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Theater

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - The
Beer Vault Watusies, Ann Arbor's
band with many names, performs
various tunes from their musical
repertoire.
The Earle (994-0211) - Those
bad boys of Jazz, the Ron Brooks
Trio, play many old favorites and
some new ones as well.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) - 12-
string guitarist and folk singer
Gary Amadon does his thing for
the audience.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Joe's party of all parties. The last
weekend for Joe's at this location
features the same band that star-
ted it all - Blue Front Persuaders.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Former B.B. King backup vocalist
Odessa Harris is featured in Sonny
Freeman and the Unusuals, a
Detroit area blues band.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436) - WIQB D.J. Randy Z spins
the tunes for the Nectarine crowd.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Detroit's Buzztones are in town
for a weekend stint. This Motown
sounding band was named one of
the best in town last year.
U-Club (763-2236) - Marty Ross
(Menjo's in Detroit) appears as
part of the High Energy D.J.
Series.
Music
The Ark
Guiness pub sing. An endless
amount of beer and song will be
flowing at The Ark and bringing
with it a crowd all starting at 8
p.m. at 637 S. Main Street. Tickets
are $7.00, $6.00 for members. Call
761-1451 for more information.
Eclipse Jazz
Abbey Lincoln: sponsored by the
Washtenaw Council for the Arts.
Kalamazoo-bred Lincoln, one of
the most versatile jazz performers
today, performs with the same
band this evening that appeared on
her latest LP album. The band in-
cludes pianist James Weidman,
bassist Mark Johnson and drum-
mer Billy Johnson. Lincoln also of-
fers a free workshop Saturday af-
ternoon at 4 p.m. in Trotter House,
1443 Washtenaw Ave. The concerts
are at 8 and 10:30 p.m. at the U-
Club in the Michigan Union, 530 S.
State. Tickets are -$7.50 and
available at the Michigan Union
Ticket Office, Schoolkids, P.J.'s
Used Records, Where House
Records, and all other Ticket
World Outlets. For more infor-
mation you can call 763-2071.
Joe's Star Lounge
The Blue Front Persuaders and
the last weekend party continue,
see Friday's listing.
Kerrytown Concert House Benefit
Bloom & Morris and Friends
continues. See Friday's listing.

Ann Arbor Civic Theater
The Key Exchange continues.
See Friday's listing.
Black Sheep Theater
Suddenly, Last Summer con-
tinues, see Friday's listing.
Sports
Women's Field Hockey
Come cheer on the stickers while
they battle the women of Kent
State at Ferry Field. This is one of
those many unsung athletic con-
tests that doesn't create a scalping
problem because it's free to
everybody. Call 763-2159. Starting
time is 11 a.m.
Women's Volleyball
Come take a seat and watch
while our women spike the
Buckeyes of Ohio State. Starting
time is 7 p.m. at CCRB. No Cost.
Call 763-2159.
Etc
Ann Arbor Parks Department
A canoe instructional clinic
especially designed for those who
have always wanted to learn, but
never took the initiative. An hour
of instruction is followed by an
hour of free practice. All equip-
ment is provided for the $7.50
charge and all instructors are cer-
tified. From 10 a.m. to noon at the
Gallup Park Canoe Livery. For
further information call 668-7411.
Clinton Fall Festival
See Friday's listing. Among
special activities for today are hot
air balloons, various music and en-
tertainment performances, and a
street dance from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Fourth Avenue People's Food Co-
op
An orientation meeting for new
employees or those who would like
to learn more about the Co-op
movement, the present state of Co-
ops, and shopping at Co-ops. 8:3-
10 a.m. at the People's Food Co-op
(212 N. Fourth Ave.) No cost, but
membership dues are $12 a year.
Need info? Call 994-9174.
Kitchen Port
A special treat for all of you off
campus dwellers - a demon-
stration of northern Italian veal
and rice dishes. EMU English
professor John Pisoni plays Julia
Child for no cost at all to you. Be at
the Kitchen Port in Kerrytown
from 11 a.m. to noon to catch all
the fun. Call 665-9188.
A TUR A Y
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Rock
with those fun lovin' boys, The
Beer Vault Watusies. Vocalist Dan
Mulholland will make sure you
don't forget these guys.
The Earle (994-0211) - Ron
Brooks, Bob Elliot, and Bill Evans
compose the Ron Brooks Trio, a
sensational jazz group.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) -
Country and folk good old boy Greg

Amadon appears along with his 12-
string.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
The very last weekend at this
location so don't miss it. The first
band to play at Joe's will also be
the last - the Blue Front Per-
suaders.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Detroit blues band, Sonny
Freeman and the Unusuals will
keep you hot all night long.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436) - Dance the night away with
WIQB D.J. Randy Z.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Detroit's best, the Buzztones,
come to rock the town with their
Motown sound.
U-Club (763-2236) - Abbey Lin-
coln. See Music.
Music
The Ark
Second Annual Fall Pub Sing. All
from the British Isles, John Rober-
ts, Tony Barrand with special
guest Peter Bellamy will entertain
you with loud and enjoyable
"chorusy" songs. They call 'em
Beer Halls in Germany and Pubs
in England. They will be serving
Guiness Stout, Bass Ale and Harp
Beer too.

Kerrytown Concert House Benefit
Bolcom & Morris and friends.
Mezzo-soprano Joan Morris and
pianist William Bolcom, the very
famous Ann Arbor husband and
wife .team are accompanied by
other musicians as they perform
their rendition of 19th century and
early 20th century pop tunes. The
benefit is being put on for the
newly opened Kerrytown Concert
House at which the benefit itself
takes place. The newly remodeled
Victorian house contains a cham-
ber music recital hall and four
professional rehearsal studios. This
will be the first time the house is
open for the public. Show time is 8
p.m. at 415 N. Fourth Ave. Limited
seating costs $25 and reservations
are strongly advised. If you want
more information, call 761-7647.
Joe's Star Lounge
This is one special happening !
The Blue Front. Persuaders, the
first band to play at Joe's when it
opened will now also be the last to
play at this location. At some
currently unannounced future date
Joe's will be re-opening at a new
location. This promises to be the
bar happening of the fall. See also
Bars & Clubs. Cover is $3 at 109 N.
Main St. Starting time is 9:30. For

other information call 665-JOES.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts.
The Comic Opera Guild, a staged
concert of favorite operaetta
scenes and solos will be presented
featuring scenes from "The
Student Prince," "Orpheous in the
Underworld," "Die.Fliederma us,"
and others. Performers are mem-
bers of the guild with guest soloists
to be announced. Produced and
directed by Tom Petiet. 8 p.m. at
the First Presbyterian Church,
1432 Washtenaw Avenue. Tickets
are $5.00 and available at the door.
Phone 665-6074 for more infor-
mation.
Theater
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Frank Gerken Foster directs
The Key Exchange, a witty drama
of contemporary lifestyles. The
setting is Central Park, the
weekend meeting place of three
young bicyclists. The cast includes
Thom Johnson, Pam Meters, and
Jeff Schneider. Showtime is 8 p.m.
at the Theater, 338 S. Main St.
Tickets are $5, for more infor-
mation call 662-7282.
Black Sheep Theater
Tennessee Williams' classic

southern drama, Suddenly, Last
Summer is being performed. The
story is about the tensions between
a rich southern matriarch, her
emotionally troubled daughter-in-
law, and a doctor. The dialogue is
vintage Williams. Curtain goes up
at 8:15 p.m.. at 138 E. Main in Man-
chester. Tickets cost $6 for studen-
ts and senior citizens, $5 for
children, and $7 for everybody
else. If you desire more infor-
mation call 482-7000.
Sports
Women's volleyball
Come to the CCRB and watch the
female spikers take on the women
of Indiana at 7 p.m. No cost. Call
763-2159 for info.
Etc
Ann Arbor Art Association
"Wearables." The association is
presenting their 3rd annual
showing of various hand crafted
clothing as selected from 21
various Michigan artists. This
unique show provides the grace
and charm of a fashion show as
well as the ambience of an art
exhibit. All items are available for
purchase after the show which is
chaired by Michigan First Lady,
Paula Blanchard. It all happens at
the Ann Arbor Inn Ballroom at 8:30
p.m. and costs $12. For infor-
mation call 994-8004.
Clinton Arts Festival
Many, many great things going
on here. Activities include over 100
various exhibitors, a street band at
night, refreshments, and a demon-
stration on lost arts from pioneer
days. The event runs all day from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the street
dance going from 8:30 p.m. to 1
a.m. This all goes on in Clinton, MI
which is about 30 miles west of
Ann Arbor on U.S. 12. If you can
get a ride, go for it cause it's free.
For more information, call (517)
456-7872.
Expressions
The bi-weekly meeting for this
discussion group. Tonight's topic :
Orwell's 1984: Is It Here and How
Can I Tell When To Get Out of a
Relationship. Discussion takes
place at First Unitarian Church
(1917 Washtenaw) at 8 p.m. and
costs $3.50. Come early because
there is no admission after 8:45.
Call 665-7041 during evening hours
if you need more information.
University Astronomy Depar-
tment Visitors' Night
Lecture by University
Astronomy Professor John Laird
entitled "Black Homes." If the sky
is clear after the presentation,
visitors will be allowed to look
through the Angell Hall telescope.
It all begins at 8:30 p.m. in Angell
Hall Auditorium B. No cost. If you
want info call 764-3400.
University Folk Dance Club
Romanian dances tonight. In-
struction for beginners, then
general dancing after that. 8:30
p.m - Midnight at 3rd Floor Dan-
ce Studio (621 E. William) $1.50.
For more information call 665-0219.

Michigan Association for Children
and Adults with Learning Disabilities
Various, donated items are
placed for sale for the group's fall
benefit sale. The sale takes place
at 2578 Packard from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
If you would like to donate items
for sale, please call 973-9179.
Stilyagi Aircorps/Science Fiction
and Fantasy Wargamers
The yearly science fiction con-
vention "Con-Densed" is being
held at the Michigan League. This
years convention includes films,
workshops, a computer exhibit,
and discussions as well as various
merchandise for sale. The featured
guest is Ann Arbor resident Robert
Asprin, author of the thieves World
series and The Big Wars in ad-
dition to many other science fiction
classics. The convention runs from
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and costs $3 to at-
tend. Call 761-9538 for information.
Bars and Clubs
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Pete Falkenstein heads the new
R&B band - P.F. Flyers.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436) - Fun and dancing tonight
and every night.
Music
Kerrytown Concert House Benefit
A variety of cabaret and con-
temporary popular songs will be
performed by mezzo-soprano Joan
Morris and pianist William
Bolcom, a very popular enter-
taining Ann Arbor husband and
wife team who are the country's
leading scholar/performers of 19th
century and early 20th century
American popular song. Bolcom
and Morris will be joined by
various friends for this inaugural
benefit concert of the Kerrytown
Concert House. 8 p.m. at the
Kerrytown Concert Hall, 415 N.
Fourth AVe. Tickets are $25 and
seating is limited so reservations
are suggested. Call 761-7647.
Michigan Union Arts Programs
Heinrich Schuetz sing-along; All
singers are welcome and invited to
participate in a rehearsal from 4 to
6:30 p.m. and in an informal per-
formance at 7:45 p.m. of two
polychoral motets by early
baroque composer Heinrich
Schuetz. Interested string and
sackbut players are also welcome,
modern pitch (A440) is used. All
are invited to listen. 4-9 p.m.,
Michigan Union Kuenzel Room. No
charge for admission. Phone 769-
7458 for more information.
University School of Music
The American Trio, which is
composed of violinist Charles Av-
sharian, cellist Jerome Jelinek,
and pianist Joseph Gurt, will per-
form an evening of chamber
music. Avsharian and Jelinek are
professors at the School of Music,
and Gurt is a professor at Eastern
Michigan University. The
program will include:
Beethoven's Trio in B Flat Major

(The-"Archduke"), and Brahms'
Piano Quartet, which will include
guest violist Donald Mcnnes. 4
p.m., at Rackham Auditorium.
There is no charge for admission.
For information call 763-4726.
Etc
Ann Arbor News/American Lung
Association
Four separate events compose
the 5th annual Big Ten Road Race.
A 5 mile and a 10 mile run through
Ann Arbor as well as a 2 mile
run/walk through downtown. In.
addition there will be a one hour
aerobic dance-a-thon. There will
be ribbons awarded to all par-
ticipants. Everything kicks off at
the Track and Tennis Building
parking lot at 8:15 a.m. Fees are
$9 (runs) and $7 (run/walk) before
the day of the event and $10 and $8
on Sunday. Register at. the ALAM
office at 1925 Pauline Plaza between 9
a.m. and 8 p.m. till Sundayand on
Sunday between 6:15 and 7:30 a.m.
Call 995-1030 for more information.
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-George Bedard and Mr. B.,
two of Ann Arbor's performers
groove together for a night of
amazing improv.
The Earle (994-0211)-The man
himself, Larry Manderville, jazzes
up a storm.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Back at you again for
another night good times and dan
cing.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747) -TBA
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Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) -Killer
Trout, local R&B great, appears.
Come on down and dance to the
rhythms and watch your blues go
away.
The Earle (994-0211) -Larry
Manderville on piano.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Dance, dance, dance the
night away.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747) -TB A
U-Club (763-2236) -TBA
Music
The Ark
Preston Reed, a virtuoso master
will manipulate guitars with
unequalled artistry and skill. Con-
cert begins at 8 p.m. at the Ark, 637
S. Main Street. Tickets are $600,
$5.00 for members. Call 761-1451
for more information.
University School of Music
The formidable University Sym-
phony Orchestra under the skilled
baton of Maestro Gustav Meier
will present a concert at Hill

Non-Fiction: plays Thursday at the Blind Pit

Auditorium beginning at 8 p.m.
The program will feature Weber's
Overture to "Oberon", Dvorak's
Symphony No. 8, and. Yen-
juin/Zuchian's The Moon Mirrored
in Twin Brooks for string or-
chestra. No charge for admission.
All are welcome! Call 763-4726 for
more information.
LA D1I.
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-TBA
The Earle (994-0211)-Jazz
pianist Larry Manderville pounds
the ivories.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Fun and dancing at Ann
Arbor's newest nightspot.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747) -TBA
U-Club (763-2236) -Laugh track
night. Funny guy Tim Lilly will be
in town to make everybody laugh
their sorrow away.
THURSDA
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Truth,
fact, or Non-Fiction?
The Earle (994-0211)-Mr. Larry
Manderville, local Jazz pianist,
appears.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
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night of the week.

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