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Ann Arbor Unitarian Fellowship
Robert Dise, our own graduate
student in ancient history, presents
a talk on the life and works of
J.R.R. Tolkien at 10 a.m. at the
Burns Park Cummunity Center
(1320 Baldwin). For more infor-
mation call 971-8638. Free.

Bars & Clubs

Annie's Dugout (665-8644) -
Roxanne rocks the streets for
money.
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - In
this corner - one of the hottest
blues bands in town - The George
Bedard Band.
The Earle (994-0211) - Big bad
bassist Ron Brooks and his Trio get
things going.
The Fox's Den (662-1647) -
Things sure are moving with
Stephen Dorar playing Jazz and
swing piano.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Act like
children if you feel like it 'cause
the Whiz Kids are playin top-40
tonight.
The Hill Lounge (665-3967) -
Cimmaron will play some good old
country, and country rock music.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) -
Mustard's Retreat - guitarists
Michael Hough and David
Tamulevich play blues, folk, rock,
and some originals.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Yeehah! Country swing and
ballads from Kevin Lynch and the
Cadillac Cowboys. Catch the Big
Band sound for a change - the Sun
Messengers are in town.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
You don't have to be a millionaire
to enjoy Private Sector. Do up
some electric blues with the
Detroit Blues Band.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Son Seals can do some amazing
things on his electric guitar. Great
blues, check him out.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
While you're lounging at the Gandy
Dancer, listen to Bart Polot at the
piano bar.
Second Chance (994-5350)
Follow York Road, a Techno pop
dance band from Toronto.
U-Club (763-2236) - You'll locate
some good sounds from Map of the
World.
Music
Ars Musica
Ars Musica, Ann Arbor's own
nationally known instruments en-
semble, perform an all classical
program featuring Penelope
Crawford's piano solo of Mozart's
Last Concerto and Lowell Greer
and R.J. Kelly in Beethoven's Sex-
tet for Two Horns and String Quar-
tet. As well, they will perform
Haydn's Symphony No. 7. Tickets
range in price from $5 - 11 and are
on sale in advance at the Michigan
Theater as well as at the door. The
performance begins at 8 p.m. at
the Bethlehem United Church of
Christ (423 S. Fourth Ave.). Call
662-3976.
The Ark
Tonight The Ark presents Dave
Van Ronk in concert, one of the
leaders of the folk revival during
the early '60s. Accompanying him-
self on guitar, Van Ronk is known
for his arrangements of traditional

folk and blues tunes. His work has
been influential on such greats as
Tom Paxton and Bob Dylan.
Tickets are $6 at the door. The
show begins at 8 p.m. (1421 Hill).
Call 761-1451 for more information.
Theater
Professional Theater Program
Crimes of The Heart, the 1981
Pulitzer prize-winning play by
Beth Henley, will be presented by
the national touring company
tonight and tomorrow. This cast
features several members of the
original Broadway cast. Tickets
are $14 - 18. The show begins at 8
p.m. at the Power Center. Call 764-
0450 for further information about
this play and others in PTP's Best
of Broadway Series.
Dance
University Folk Dance Club
Continuing with their Friday
classes for beginners, the Univer-
sity Folk Dance Club presents
Romanian Dances. Neither ex-
perience nor a partner is required.
Instruction runs from 8-9:30 p.m.
and actual dancing from 9:30 p.m.
- midnight. Tuition is $1.50 and
class is held in the 3rd floor dance
studio (621 E. William). For more
information call 665-0219.
Sports
Women's Basketball
Watch those Wolverine women
take on Minnesota at 7 p.m. in
Crisler Arena tonight. Tickets are
$1. Please call 763-2159 for more
basketball information.
Men's Wrestling
Muscle men do exist at this
University and today they prove
their strength against Arizona
State. 7:30 p.m. in Crisler Arena.
Tickets are $1. Call 764-0247 for
more information.
Etc
SYDA Foundation
Swami Vimarshananda delivers
the talk, "In the Company of Sid-
dhas," tonight at 8 p.m. (1552 Hill
St.). Free.
Michigan Gay Undergrads
The Michigan Gay Undergrads
present their Kick-off Bash
featuring music, dancing, and
refreshments. Held at the Law
Club Lounge, the party begins at 9
p.m. Call 763-4186.

Retreat," switch from folk to rock
to blues. '
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Detroit's own Rhythm
Corps does up some new rock and
roll.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-The Detroit Blues Band
Spark up the joint with some elec-
tric blues.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Master bluesman Son Seals
sings and plays guitar.
Second Chance (994-
5350)-Toronto's York Road plays
futuristic dance tunes.
U-Club (763-2236)-Eclipse Jazz
presents Griot Galaxy, a four man
jazz universe.
The Hill Lounge (665-
3967)-Some down home country
music, and country rock from
Cimarron.
Music
Eclipse Jazz
Griot Galaxy, an avante-garde
jazz band, makes the trek over
from Detroit. The band, which has
had some personel changes in the
past, currently features tenor
saxophonist Faruq Z. Bey,
saxophonist Anthony Holland,
bassist Jeribu Shahid and drum-
mer Tani Tabbal. Tickets are $4
and are available in advance at
Schoolkid's PJ's used records and
the Michigan Union Ticket Office
as well as at the door. Show starts
at 9 p.m. at the U-Club.
University Musical Society
Cecile Licad, 22 year-old winner
of the Leventritt Foundation Gold
Medal Award and a student of
Rudlof Serkin, performs a
program including Beethoven's
Sonata in D, Schumann's Carnaval
and several works by Chopin.
Tickets are $6-9 and are available
both at Burton Tower and at the
door. The performance begins at
8:30 p.m. at Rackham.
Theater
Professional Theater Program
The national touring cast presen-
ts both a matinee and evening per-
formance of Crimes of'the Heart.
See Fridays listing. Showtimes
are 2 and 8 p.m.
Etc
Celebration of Jewish Arts
Octegenarian Joseph Buloff tells
stories that he has gathered
throughout eastern Europe and of
his own life as an actor on the Yid-
dish stage over half a century ago.
Buloff recently received national
recognition as the storyteller in
Warren Beatty's Reds. Student
tickets are $7.50 and others $13.50,
however tickets for the entire
season of Celebration of Jewish Ar-
ts are available for $15 and $27.
For information on advance
tickets and group discounts call
663-3336. The performance begins
at 8 p.m. at Mendelssohn Theater.
Sports
Gymnastics
Watch the co-ed gymnastics
team bend and twist in competition
against Illinois while the men's
team takes on Kent State. 1 p.m. in
Crisler Arena. Tickets are $1. Call
763-2159 or 764-0247 for more in-
formation.

Women's Swimming
All those laps pay off today at 2
p.m. as the Women's Swimming
Team strokes it out against Ohio
State. Tickets are $1 for the meet
at Mann Pool (Hoover at S. State).
More information can be obtained
by dialing 1-555-1212. . . no really
763-2159.
Men's Wrestling
Wolverines flex again when In-
diana comes to Crisler Arena at
7:30 p.m. Tickets are $1 for this
muscle-bound event. Call 764-0247
for more information.
Etc
Ann Arbor Democratic Party
Economic Development Commit-
tee
The Ann Arbor Democratic Par-
ty's Economic Development
Committee presents a Small
Business Investor Forum in an at-
tempt to bring together small
businessmen and potential in-
vestors. The program runs from 9
a.m. to noon at the Ann Arbor
Public Library. Admission is $1.
Call 662-3555 for more information.
Swingin' A's
Everyone is invited to come and
enjoy square dancing with caller
Dave Taylor of Chicago and the
Swingin' A's Dance Club.
Refreshments will be served. Ad-
mission is $6 per couple and the
dance will be held at the Forsythe
School (1655 Newport Rd.). For
more information call 663-3172 or
662-6673.-
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
The Ann Arbor Hands-On
Museum (219 E. Huron) presents a
workshop by Pete De Napoli from
10 a.m.-noon today. He will discuss
the conversion of light to elec-
tricity. Pre-registration is
required and the cost is $8. Call
995-5439 for further information.
Ann Arbor Parks Department
Learn how to build your very
own backyard ice skating rink at a
presentation by Parks Department
operations manager Jack Kerr.
The presentation begins at 10 a.m.
at Allmendinger Park. Call 994-
2768 for more information. Free.
Ann Arbor Parks Department
Enjoy six holes of golf in the.
snow and then some hot chili in the
Ann Arbor Parks Department's
"Chili" Open Golf Tournament. $5
pays for greens fees and chili. 10
a.m. at the Leslie Park Golf Cour-
se. All golf buffs call 971-9841 for
more information.
Rudolph Steiner Institute
The Rudolph Steiner Institute
presents two of the weekly art
classes they are offering this win-
ter. The first, taught by Charles
Andrade, concerns the veil
technique of water color painting
and the second is an introductory
course in German. Both courses
run for ten weeks. The painting
lecture is 10 a.m. to noon and the
German 7-7:45 p.m. at the Institute
(1923 Geddes). Call 662-6398 for
more information.
St. Aidans Episcopal Church
The Reverend Joseph A. Pelham
leads a workshop in honor of Mar-
tin Luther King Day on the causes
of poverty and human deprivation.
Pelham is currently director of the
Episcopal City Mission in Boston. A
potluck dinner will follow the

presentation. 2 p.m. at St. Aidan's
Episcopal Church (1679 Broad-
way). For more information call
761-3301. Free.
Gray Panthers of Southeastern"
Michigan
The Gray Panthers present
"How Can We Turn Around Our
Foreign Policy?", a discussion led
by Tom Hayes of the Interfaith
Council for Peace. Three-5 p.m. at
the second floor conference room
of the fire station. Call 663-5348 for
more information. Free.

Bars & Clubs
Del Rio 1761-2530)-Jazz groups
from around town play it up.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Read some of your poetry
or just listen. Come hear Trees, a
folk/jazz duo-you'll love the vocal
harmonizing.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Everyone needs some
privacy-come check out Private
Sector.
Old Town (761-9291)-Acoustic
jam sessions start around dinner
time.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Piano with heart fron Bart
Polot.
Second Chance (994-5350)-A
load of great electro-pop music
from York Road.
Music
Ars Musica
Ars Musica repeats its perfor-
mance from Friday. Tonight's
show begins at 8 p.m. See Friday's
listing.
Sports
Women's Swimming
Northwestern attempts to out-
stroke those speedy female swim-
mers at 1 p.m. in the Matt Mann
Pool (Hoover at S. State). Tickets
are $1. Information is available at
the following number: 763-2159.
Women's Basketball
Come watch the dribblin' gals as
they confront Wisconsin at 2 p.m.
in Crisler Arena. Tickets are $1 for
this major event and information
is available at 763-2159.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-Country and jazz guitarist
George Bedard gets together with
boggie/blues pianist Mr. B.
The Earle (994-0211)-Piano
playing with sting from Larry
Manderville.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-King Kong and the Cons
play ska, reggae. . . and everything
a dancer could ask for.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Bluesy singer/guitarist
Neil Woodward entertains.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Get yourself cleaned up and
go see the Wet Shavers-contem-
porary pop and new wave.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-While you're relaxing at the
Gandy Dancer listen to David
Mayer tickle the ivories.
Second Chance (994-5350)-The
Rite's progressive rock is
right-check'em out.
Etc
Canterbury Loft/Michigan Student
Assembly/LS&A student gover-
nment
Starting today course schedules
are available for courses on dif-
ferent aspects of social change for
human liberation. The courses are
free and last for six weeks. - These
classes don't start until January 29
so there is still plenty of time to
register. Pick up schedules at
Canterbury Loft and the Michigan
Union Information Desk and for
more information call Canterbury
Loft at 665-0606.
Michigan Union
Turn your dorm room or your
apartment into the Louvre at the
Art Prints and Posters sale at the
Union. Posters and reproductions
are available of works by many of
the world's greatest artists. 9
a.m.-5 p.m.

Ann Arbor Art Association
The Art Association, the oldest in
Ann Arbor and one of the oldest in
the state, begins its winter term of
studio art classes today. Classes in
the visual arts media will meet on-
ce a week for three hours during
the eight-week term (ceramics and
weaving classes have ten-week
terms). Local and regional
professional artists instruct adults
as well as youths and preschoolers.
Tuition for classes ranges from
$40-50 for eight and ten-week ter-
ms. Further information can be
obtained by calling the Art
Association at 994-8004. The Art
Association is located at 117 W.
Liberty.
University Museum of Art
The Museum is sponsoring an
"Art and Music Tour to Vienna''
May 24-June 6 for all those in-
terested in living comfortably,
eating wickedly and enjoying the
wonderful museums in Vienna. and
the surrounding area. This "Grand
Tour" falls during the Vienna
Festival and should prove a won-
derfully cultural experienced for
all music and art lovers. Call the
University Museum at 764-0395 for
further information about reser-
ving a space in the program.

Rudolf Steiner Institute
Tonight's weekly lecture is on
the topic of "The 'Saturn' Period of
Earth Revolution." The Series is
conducted by Ernst Katz and takes
Rudolf Steiner's point of view on
anthroposophy. You need not be
familiar with Steiner's material,
but the topics will follow infor-
mation in Steiner's book An
Outline of Occult Science. The
series is held at 8 p.m. (1923 Ged-
des). Call 662-6398 for more infor-
mation. Free.
Performance Network
The Performance Network
sponsors a weekly series on the
combination of video tape and live
performances. Tonight one-hour
videotape, entitled "Potatoe
Wolf," is a tape created by the
Collaborative Arts Project's
Public Access TV series in New
York. The tape will be followed by
a reading of poetry by local-poet
Jim Gustavson. Admission is $2 for
the series at the Network (408 W.
Washington). Call 663-0681 for
more thorough information.

University Communications
Department
Producer/writer of the hit TV
series "Loveboat" Henry Coleman
is on campus to lecture all you
aspiring TV producers. Coleman, a
former University student, presen-
ts this Stasheff lecture today from
2-4 p.m. in MLB lecture Room. For
further information, call 763-3399.
Free.
Hopwood Awards
The Hopwood Awards Ceremony
will be held tonight in honor of all
those. talented freshman and
sophomores who competed in the
essay, poetry and fiction contests.
Outstanding literary ability is
recognized as the Awards are
distributed at 4 p.m. in Rackham
Auditorium (915 E. Washington).
Call 764-6296 for information. Free.

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Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211)-Old hand
Larry Manderville will be playing
some piano.
The Habitat (665-3636)-The
Whiz Kids always do a bang up
job-they'll keep you dancing with
their Top-40 stuff.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Life Boys has a new
image, and a new name-Disband.
Their contemporary rock really
moves.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)--Kathy Moore and Stephanie
Ozer won the WEMU jazz contest.
The vocalist and pianist will be
playing a wide variety of music in-
cluding funk and Motown.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Dance a few with Excadu.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot hits the right
keys at the piano.
Second Chance (994-5350)-You
don't have to be good to see Saint, a
rock 'n roll band from Detroit.
They'll be playing their own stuff.
Etc
University Center for Continuing
Education of Women
CEW sponsors a Report Series
on Issues in Adult Development by
visiting scolar Paula
Pietromonaco. Noon-1:30 in 2nd
floor conference room at the CEW
building (350 S. Thayer). Call 763-
1353 for more information. Free.
University Victorian Semester
Tuesday Videotapes
The university will sponsor
weekly videotapes on Victorian
subjects using period photos,
engravings, paintings, literature,
etc. Every Tuesday the half-hour
videotapes will be shown twice
during lunch, noon and 12:30 p.m.
You're invited to bring your own
lunch while you enjoy the series in
the Angell Hall basement, room to
be announced. Call 764-6366 for
more information. Free.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211) - Cool man
Larry Manderville tends the piano
bar.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Come
hear the Whiz kids top-40 dance
music. Don't bring the kids.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Check out some rippin' rockabilly
from the Rockaholics.-
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
It's worth going across town to
check out the Crosstown Blues
Band.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Listen to some R&B - it will be
played the old fashion way by Lou
McBlue and the Rhythm Revue.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot is always sweet on the
keyboards.
Second Chance ( 994-5350) -
Detroit's own Salem Witchcraft
will play all of your favorite Top-40
tunes.
U-Club (763-2236) - Don't miss
Laugh Track, these comics will
make your day.
Sports
Men's Basketball
Ohio State attempts to outdo our
talented dribblers and hoopsters at
8 p.m. in Crisler Arena. Call 764-
0247 for more information on this
exciting sports event.
Etc
University International Center
If you're planning a trip to
Europe this year then this meeting
is for you. This meeting entitled .
"Getting Organized and Documen-
ted for Tour Trips to Europe," is
the first in a series of four
meetings that are devoted to
helping you get the most out of
your European experience.
Tonight's topics are passports,
visas, air fares, youth hostels and
more. The European Travel Series
is held in the International Center
recreation room (603 E. Madison,
in West Quad). Call 764-9310 for
more information on this free
series.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville is playing some of the
best piano in the land.
The Fox's Den (662-1647) -
Swing along with pianist Stephen
Dorar.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Get
yourself in a tizzy with the Whiz
Kids and their Top-40 dance music.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Aluminum Beach is pure dance
music - enjoy.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Let the Influence get you going.
They'll be playing danceable rock
including Motown and current hits.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Get a good start on your evening
with solo piano from Bart Polot.
Second Chance (994-5350) -
Salem Witchcraft's Top-40 con-
tinues to keep people under a spell.
U-Club (763-2236) - Soundstage
is a must see. Tonight it's the
Evaders and the Untouchables.
Etc
University Victorian Semester
Lecture Series
University of Toronto English
Professor Michael Millgate lec-,
tures on "In Pursuit of Thomas
Hardy" today at 4 p.m. for the Vic-
torian Semester Lecture Series.
Professor Millgate is recognized as
one of the most accomplished Har-
dy scholars in the world and has
authored a major autobiography
as well as a critical study of Hardy.

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The Blind Pig (996-
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The Earle (994-0211)-Ron
Brooks and his trio give it another
go at the Earle tonight.
The Habitat (665-3636)--The
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