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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout (665-8644) - The
blues-rock band Cool Flames heats
up Annie's dance floor tonight.
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Willie
D. Warren and the Brush street
Blues band hail from Detroit to
keep you cool.
The Earle (994-0211) - The Ron
Brooks Trio does that wonderful
jazz thing tonight.
The Fox's Den (662-1647) -
Stephen Dorar keeps the piano hot
with jazz.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Come
experience the top-40 stompin'
tunes of Pegasus.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Watusis are back shakin' up Joe's.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747(
- The Blue Front Persuaders slide
into town with smooth sounds.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot pounces on the 88s.
U-Club (763-2236) - The Strays
keep the new beat up at the Club.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
George Bedard and the Kingpins
play swinging hits.
University of Michigan
Early Music Ensemble with
works by J.S. Bach is conducted by
Edward Parmentir. 8 p.m. at the
Museum of Art. For more infor-
mation, call 764-0583. Free.
School of Music
Clarinet Recital in Rackham
Auditorium, 8 p.m. Call 764-0583
for more information. Free
Pigs with Wings
This is the debut performance of
the Street Light Theater, an un-
dergraduate minimalist theater
group in a revue which organizers
describe as ranging from
"mysterious biographies to for-
bidden rituals, from sexual
aggression to violent, dangerous
sea creatures." 8 p.m. in room 124
East Quad. Call 665-6828 or 764-
3685 or 996-1787 for more infor-
mation. Free.
Student Advocacy Center
For Stepping Into Tomorrow
Yolanda King and Attallah
Shabazz, the daughters of Martin
Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X,
lead an eight-member theater
group, Nucleus, in an original
collection of musical and dramatic
vignettes dealing with growing up.
Proceeds will benefit the S.A.C. 8
p.m. at the Michigan Theater $10.
Call 995-0477 or 668-8480 for more
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Veronica's Room is Ann Arbor
Civic Theater Main Street Produc-
tions' suspense-filled mystery
from the author of Rosemary's
Baby and Deathtrap, Ira Levin. 8
p.m. (338 S. Main). $4. Call 662-
7282 for details.

University Dance Department
"Dances for Small Crowds (and
people alone)" is graduate
choreographers Catherine Licht-
man and Melody Ruffin's presen-
tation of original group and solo
works. Ruffin's "Doors Beyond"
is set to the music of Laurie Ander-
son and featureV 12 dancers.
Lichtman's "Gottfredson
Meadows" is for eight dancers and
features a new score by Paul
Hodgins. These and many, many
more at 7:30 p.m. at the Dance
Building, studio A. Call 763-5460
for details. Free.
Dance Theatre 2
The Dance Theater premieres its
1984 season at the Performance
Network. Modern dance with
three premiere performances
choreographed by J. Parker
Copley, and three repetory pieces.
Call 995-4242 for more information.
Men's Softball
Universitytof Michigan softball
vs. Indiana today at 1 p.m. in the
varsitytdiamond next to Ray
Fisher Stadium. Call 763-2159 for
more information. Free.
Men's Tennis
Northwestern challenges our
guys at 2:30 p.m. The outdoor var-
sity courts next to the Univer ity
Track and Tennis Building. Call
764-0247 for more details. Free.
10th Annual Michigan Antique
Show and Sale
Featuring over 60 dealers of 18th
and 19th Century furniture from 10
a.m.-9 p.m. at Crisler Arena. $3.50
admission (includes parking).
Call 662-9453 for more information.
Guild House
P.S.N. Member Naomi Brain
speaks on the interrelationship
between military research and
minority rights at the University
for today's Noon Luncheon. Noon
at Guild House. $1.00 soup and
sandwich available. Call 662-5819
for details. Free.
University Philosophy Depar-
"The Concept of Virtue in An-
cient and Modern Ethics" is the
topic for 4th Annual Michigan
Colloquim in Philosophy. At 2:30
p.m. Princeton's John Cooper
discusses "Aristotle and the Stoics
on the Goods of Fortune," with
commentary by University
philosophy professor Nicholas
White. At 4:30 Johns Hopkins' J.B.
Schneedwind discusses "The
Misfortunes of Virtue," with com-
mentary by University philosophy
professor William Frankena.
LS&A Building. Call 764-6285 for
more information. Free.
University Reader's Theater Guild
Guild members Maureen Dolan
and Tom Underwood present an
oral adaptation of Kipling's animal
tales for "Just-so stories." Adults
$3, students $2, kids $1 at the
Michigan Union Ticket Office or at
the door. Call 663-1471-for more
Ann Arbor Art Association
Not just a dazzling array of
wines at this 2nd Annual Wine
Fest. Local restaurants will be

serving samples of their
specialties. Proceeds benefit the
Art Association. 8 p.m. (117 W.
Liberty). $15. Call 994-8004 for
The Astronomy Department
A lecture by stronomy professor
Richard Teske highlights "How
Empty is Space?" Weather per-
mitting, the lecture will be
followed by an opportunity to look
through the Angell Hall telescopes.
Children are welcome if accom-
panied by adults. 8:30 p.m. Angell
Hall Auditorium B. Call 764-3440
for information.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Willie
D. Warren brings the 12-piece
BrushaStreet Blues Band in from
Detroit for more fun.
The Earle (994-0211) - Ron
Brooks and Friends are jazzin' up
the Earle again.
The Fox's Den (662-1647) -
Stephen Dorar keeps up the
swingin' piano jazz.
The Habitat (665-3636) -
Pegasus gallops into the Habitat
with top-40.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Watusis are chaiging their style at
Joe's again.
Pizzeria Uno's (769-1744) - Off
the Street, a piano and percussion
duo brings smooth jazz your way
all night long.
Rick's AMerican Cafe (996-2747)
- Slide into Rick's and catch the
Persuaders of Blue Front.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot does that piano thing
U-CLub (763-2236) - CBN DJ
Michael Pool hosts tonight's Dance
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
George Bedard bowls you over
with the Kingpins.
The Ann Arbor Society for Musical
The Society presents Ruggiero
Ricci for a festive Benefit Evening
including Claccona by Bach,
Mephisto Waltz by Liszt, and
Caprice No. 24 by Paganini. Ricci
will also perform Beethoven's
Sonata in C minor with his son,
pianist Cian-Franco Ricci. The
concert is followed by a dinner.
Proceeds go to the society's
(scholarship program for young
artists in Ann Arbor. 7:30 p.m. at
the Women's City Club (1830
Washtenaw).- Tickets are $25. Call
663-2068 for more infomation.
The Ark
The Ark presents Josh White, Jr.
who sings a more modern style
than his folksinger father. The
concert includes his own and his
father's songs, and he accom-
panies himself on six-string and 12-
string guitars. 8 p.m. at The Ark
(1421 Hill St.). $6. Call 761-1451 for
more information.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
The Washtenaw Council for' the
Arts proudly presents David
Grisman Quartet. Grisman has

taken the mandolin from bluegrass'
to jazz. The concert includes
works from 'traditional bluegrass
to compositions by Sonny Rolins
and John Coltrane. 8 and 10:30
p.m. (Michigan Union Ballroom)
Tickets $8.50. Call 763-6922.
University Contemporary Direc-
tions Ensemble
Today Carl St. Clair conducts
Suite for Violin, Cello, and Piano
by Levines, the world premier of
Ann Arborite Richard Cam-
panelli's Sonata for Solo Piano
with soloist Jonathan Shames,
Riding the Wind IV by Harvey
Sollberger with amplified-flute
soloist Jennifer Keeney, Glenn
Gass's Breathless, a work for
saxophone and piano, and Aaron
Copland's Music for the Theater. 8
p.m. in Rackham Auditorium. Call
763-4726 for more information.
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Pat Rector directs the mystery
Veronica's Room in its final per-
formance tonight. A woman
named Susan disguises herself to
be Veronica, who died forty years
ago, and visits Veronica's older
dying sister. But once Susan en-
ters Veronica's room, she fins out
that she doesn't know whethe she is
Susan playing Veronica or
Veronica pretending to be Susan.
The audience also doesn't fully un-
derstand what's going on until the
suprising end. (338 S. Main). 8
p.m. $4 for tickets. For more in-
formation call 662-7282.
University Activities Center
UAC presents Comedy Com-
pany, Ann Arbor's only comedy
troupe. Skits include a fast-paced
pun twister, a slapstick sketch
about a father and son's traumatic
day at a department store, "The
Big Chill Street Blues," and more.
8 p.m. at Michigan Theater.
Tickets are $3 in advance at the
Michigan Theater and the
Michigan Union Ticket Office or
$3.50 at the door. Call 763-1107 for
more information.
The University East Quad Music
The Co-op presents The East
Quad No-Talent Show, a variety
show with amateur music, poetry,
skits, and whatever else comes up.
8 p.m. in the Residential College
Auditorium, East Quad. Call 971-
4792 for more information. Free.
University Dance Department
"Dances for Small Crowds (And
People Alone)" continues tonight
at 8 p.m. See Friday's listing.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
The Washtenaw Council for the
Arts sponsors the Fourth Viennese
Spring Ball tonight. Cocktails and
dinner followed by ballroom dan-
cing to Strauss waltzes and polkas,
Lehar waltzes, and more while
Carl Daehler directs. Black tie op-
tions. 7 p.m. cocktails and dinner 9
p.m.-12p.m. dancing in the
Michigan League Ballroom. $40
per person. Tables of eight may be
reserved. Call 996-0066 for more
The Ann Arbor Council for
Traditional Music and Dance
Tonight the Council presents the

Third Annual Ann Arbor Dawn
Dance. Dance to New England-
Style contradances, Western
squares, Southern circle dances,
clog dances, the schottische, jigs,
reels, and more. Music provided
by the Top Drawer String Band,
the Sharon Hallow String Band, the
Broadway Playboys, and others.
This dance is still held in New
England to celebrate barn-
raisings, harvests, or the end of
winter. 8 p.m.-dawn (ap-
proximately 7 a.m.) Tickets $5 in
advance at Herb David's and
School kids and $6 at the door.
(Forsythe School, 1655 Newport
Rd.) Call 662-9325 for more infor-
Men's Tennis
The Univrsity Men's Tennis vs.
Iowa at 1 p.m. (outdoor varsity
tennis courts next to the University
Track and Tennis Building). Call
764-0247 for more information.
University Ukrainian Festival
Ohio University art professor
Myroslava Cizskewicz will give a
lecture on "Petrytzky and the
Avant-garde." Rackham Am-
pitheater at 3 p.m. Any questions?
Call 764-0351. Free.
University Reader's Theater Guild
The program "Just-So Stories"
continues at 2 & 8 p.m. See
Friday's Listing.
The F-stop
Veteran local photographer Tom
Xydis leads a camera-purchasing
seminar. Such topics to be
discussed will be lenses
cameratypes, flash units, tripods,
accessories, and other camera-
oriented subjects. 122 E. Liberty.
1-3 p.m. For any other information
call 663-7867.
Briarwood Mall
"Spring in Motin" will be a
fashion show of "active wear" for
juniors by Briarwood Mall mer-
chants. Briarwood Mall Grand
Court. 1 & 4 p.m. Call 769-9610 for
more information.
10th Annual Michigan Antique
Show and Sale
Continues today from 11 a.m.-9
p.m. See Friday's listing.
Parents and Friends of Lesbians
and Gays-Ann Arbor Chapter
Workshops and discussion
groups for parents, friends, and
relatives of gays will be held today
for the third annual "Exploring
Gay and Lesbian Issues" con-
ferenced. Medicalspersonnel,
educators and other helping
professionals will be on hand. The
keynote speech will be made by
Sallie Churchill, a University
social work professor. University'
Law Club Lounge, Law Quad. 9
a.m.-6 p.m. Donation up to $5
based on ability to pay. For more
information call 763-4186.

Del Rio (761-2530) - Local ar-
tists gather 'round to entertain.
Halfway Inn (764-8558) - Enjoy
brunch to the acoustic sounds of
local artists as they perform
everything from classical to folk.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Trees kicks things off with folk and
jazz while Neil Woodward follows
up with blues.
Old Town (761-9291) - Local
musicians invade Old Town tonight
with original jazz and folk.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot can't stop ticklin' those
U-Club (763-2236) - The First
Ann Arbor Festival of Latin
American Folk Music. See Sunday
First Presbyterian Church
Mozart's Requiem will be per-
formed during the Sacred Music
Series at the First Presbyterian
Church while Donald Bryant direc-
ts the Chancel Choir. Soloists are
sopranos Julia Broxholm and
JoAnne Desmond, contralto Sally
Carpenter, tenor Ray Shuster, and
bass Philip Pierson. The orchestra
consists of members of the Ann
Arbor Chamber Orchestra and in-
strumentalists from the
congregation. 9:30 a.m. (portions
of the Requiem) and 11 a.m. (com-
plete Requiem). Call 662-4466 for
more information. Free.
The University Campus Orchestra
Conductor Johan van der Merwe
will lead the Orchestra through
works by Dvorak, Prodofiev,
Beethoven, Mozart, and
Schumann. The Orchestra con-
sists of non-music major students.
4 p.m. in Hill Auditorium. Call 763-
4726 for more information. Free.
The University Puerto Rican
Association/University Latin
American Culture Project
Witness the First Ann Arbor
Festival of Latin American Folk
Music tonight. Roy Brown, one of
the most famous Latin American
musicians in the United States, will
perform songs concerning social
and political themes. Grupo
Merlin, a quartet from Argentina,
will also perform traditional music
and songs of South America. Also
Guatemalan Carlos Monsanto per-
forms traditional Central
American marimba music. 7 p.m.
at the University Club in the
Michigan Union. Tickets are $5 in
advance and $6 at the door. For
more information, call 665-7812.
Dance Theatre 2
The 1984 season premiere con-
tineus. See Friday's listing.
Men's Baseball
Double header of University
baseball against Eastern
Michigan. Come to Ray Fisher
Stadium at 1 p.m. Admission $2.
Call 764-0247 for details.
Men's Softball
Softball will be played against
Indiana today. Varsity softball
diamond next to Ray Fisher
Stadium. 1 p.m. Call 763-5189 for
information. Free.
University Ukrainian Festival
A demonstration will be given
about Ukrainian folk costumes and
discussion of the traditions they
illustrate by the University
Ukranian Club. Lane Hall, Room

200 (204 S. State). 7 p.m. Call 764-
0351 for information. Free.
Joe's Star Lounge
"Open Mouth Poetics" is the in-
formal and friendly occasion for
poets and short-fiction writers to
sample their works on a live
audience. Come enjoy this enter-
taining and instructive reading.
All are invited to read or listen at
Joe's Star Lounge (109 N. Main).
For more information call 662-8370
or 665-JOES. Free.
Ann Arbor Track Club
The Briarwood Run is today.
There will be 5 km (3.1 mile), 10
km (6.2 mile), and 20 km (12.4
mile) open runs along rural roads
and rolling hills. Awards will be
given to overall winners and for.
top five male and female finishers
in various age divisions. There
will also be a 20 km Open Team
Championship that goes to the
declared team with top three
finishers, and Neighborhood/Cor-
porate Team awards go to team
with most participants finishing in
all events. Merchandise drawings.
Southwest corner of Briarwood
Mall. 9 a.m.. Entry fee is $8 ($13
with long sleeve T-shirt). Call
either 769-9610 or 665-7052 for more

Guild House
In their continuing series of
poetry readings, Guild House will
present Michael Mueller and Dana
McCrossin. The reading will begin
at 8 p.m. For more-information
call 662-5184. Free.
University Department of Ger-
manic Languages and Literature
Professor D. Kohnstann from the
University of Leiden will lecture on
the topic "Twenty Years of Early
Childhood: Education and
Psychology in the Netherlands."
The 'talk is sponsored by the
University's Department of Ger-
manic Languages and the
Netherlands-America University
League. 8 p.m., International Cen-
ter. For more information call 763-
6865. Free.


Room at 12:15 p.m. Call 763-5900
for details. Free.
University Baseball
Spring is here as the Univesity
baseball team challenges Wayne
State at 3' p.m. in Ray Fisher
Stadium. For more information cal
University Softball
The Wolverines take to the
mound against Eastern Michigan
University. The game starts at 1
p.m. on the varsity diamond next
to Ray Fisher Stadium. For more
information call 763-2159. Free.
The Residential College, the Dance
Department and the East Quad
Music Co-op
These groups join forces to
present a multi-media event en-
titled "Between Meetings: A
Multi-Media Concert". There will
be one solo and three group dances
presented. Sherry Kohn is the
choreographer and her dances are
accompanied by original music
composed by Bill Potter. There
will also be film presentations: The
action starts at 8 p.m. in the RC
auditorium.-For more information
call 764-3456. Free.
The University English Depar-
The Department will hos Bren-
dan Galvin, whose works include
"Atlantic Flyway" and "Winter
Oysters" for today's poetry
reading. Galvin is also an English
professor at the Center Connec-
ticut State University. The reading
will begin at 4 p.m. in the Rackahm
West Conference Room. For more
information call 764-5272. Free.


Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Steve
Newhouse solos with country folk
and rock tonight.
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville brings you sweet and
wonderful solo piano.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Don't miss Joe's Video Dance Par-
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- George Bedard and the Kingpins
roll you over with rockin' tunes.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
David Meyer plays sweet piano for
your entertainment.
Second Chance (994-5350) - The
Cult Heroes bring their popular
street rock to the Chance.
U-Club (763-2236) - Come jam to
the Reggae Dance Party.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Al Hill's Blues Band keeps the
night hot.
The Ark
John Sebastian is best known as
the main songwriter and lead
singer of the Lovin' Spoonful, that
had such hits as "Summer in the
City" and "Do You Believe in
Magic?" He also made a surprise
performance in the Woodstock
festival during the summer of 1969.
Tonight he will appear as a solo ar-
tist, with his trusty guitar and
autoharp. Come to The Ark (1421
Hill St.). Tickets are $8.50. Per-
formance time is at 7:30 and 9:30
p.m. Call 761-1451 for further in-
Performance Network
"Works in Progress" is staged.
and directed readings of new plays
by local playwrights. Followed by
an audience discussion with
author, actors, and director.
Tonight's performance will be
Debra Fitch's "Henry I: Leaves in
the Wind." Performance Network
(408 W. Washington). 7 p.m.
Tickets are $2. Call 663-0681 for
more information.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville entertains with piano
The Fox's Den (662-1647) -
Pegasus brings you top-40 won-
The Habitat (665-3636) -
Pegasus brings you top-40 won-
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Green on Red offer neo-
psychadelic punk to all you L.A.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Radio King and hid All-Star
Band bring you wild rock.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot whips up some mar-
velous piano tunes.
Second Chance (994-5350) - The
Band plays tonight. See Tuesday
U-Club (763-2236) - Bring your
bikini to tonight's Beach Party"
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Come enjoy the country & western
group High Sierra.
Prism Productions
The Band is here! One of the
most critically acclaimed bands of
the late '60s and early '70s, the
group has only recently got back
together since a break up in 1976.
Composed of four original mem-
bers (Levon Helm, Rich Danko,
Richard Manuel, and Garth Hud-
son) and the Cate Brothers Band,
the group can be expected to play a
very complex set filled with old
favorites as well as new efforts.
9:30 p.m. at the Second Chance.
Tickets are $12.50. For more
information call 99-MUSIC.
The Ark
Holly Near, one of the best-
known feminist
singer/songwriters appears. Here
to raise t money for the United
Campuses to Prevent Nuclear
War, Holly will no doubt put on a
good show playing all different
types of music including rock,
reggae, and folk as well as selec-
tions from her most recent album,
Speed of Light. Show is at the
Michigan Theater. Tickets are
$8.50-11.50. Call 761-1451 for more
Michigan Union Arts Programs
University Music School
graduate pianist Amy Rose per-
forms music from different coun-
tries as part of the International
Series. It's at the Union Pendleton

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Bars & Clubs

The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville gives you more piano.
The Habitat (665-3636) -
Pegasus stomps with top-40 hot
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
The Sun Messengers play cool jazz.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Fast Tracks speeds your way
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot plays solo piano.
Second Chance (994-5350) - Pin-
ckney rock & roll with Ripper.
U-Club (763-2236) - Come get
the last laugh at Laugh Track.
Mr. Flood's Party (996-2132) -
The Slang swings with mid-'60s
University School of Music
Gustav Meier conducts the
University SymphonyOrchestra,
the University Choir, the Univer-
sity Chamber Choir, and the
Dicken School Children's Choir in
Songs of Innocence and Experien-
ce: A Musical Illumination of the
Poems of William Blake. This
symphony-oratorio, written by
University Music Professor Bill
Bolcom, is making its U.S. debut
after making its world debut at the
Stuttgart Opera in West Germany
in January. 8 p.m. at Hill
Auditorium. Call 763-4726 for
details. Free.

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