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Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Bop
til' you drop with the Blue Front
Persuaders.
The Earle (994-0211)-Led by
bassist Ron Brooks, it's the guess
what?-Ron Brooks Trio.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Mellow Easy Listening with
Mustard's Retreat.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Motown, funk and other
junk with Domino.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Weekend Dance Party with
DJ Roger Le Fievre.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Slip, slither, and slide with
Newt and the Salamanders.
U-Club (763-2236)-Fabulous fun
at the U-Club's Dance Party.
Windows (769-9500) -Shhh! Top-
40 with Whisper.
Music
The Ark
Frenchman Gabriel Yacoub
headlines a tradition of folkmusic
paralleled in England by Steeleye
Span and Fairport Convention. He
is a brilliant guitarist as well as an
exciting vocalist, drawing much of
his material from eclectic
traditional sources that most of his
contemporaries usually overlook.
Show starts at 8 pm at The Ark, 637
S. Main St. For ticket information
just call The Ark at 761-1451.
Stage
University School of Music, Dance
Department
Not a sequel, an equal! Perhaps
even a superior. The Senior Dance
Concert II, entitled Deadlines,
kicks off tonight. Tickets are $3,
and are available from the Dance
Department Office, call 763-5460. If
tickets remain, they will be
available at the door of Dance
Studio A the night of the concert
The concert starts at 8 pm. Con-
cerns can be alleviated by calling
763-5460.
WCBN
Live-from the . Schorling
Auditorium-it's Radio Free
Wolverine! Come one, come all,
and have your laughter broadcast
over our own WCBN as the show
kicks off its second night of
comedy. 8 pm, Shorling
Auditorium in the School of
Education Building, only $1. For
more info, call WCBN at 763-3501.
Sports
Men's Wrestling
Come one, come all. This Friday
Crisler Arena is the place to be as
Wolverine Coach, Bob Darden
leads his massive grapplers to an
intense match of physical strength
against Iowa State. Tickets are
only $1.00 for students and all
dedicated wrestling fans. Call 764-
0244 for more information or stop
by the Michigan Ticket Office on
1000 State Street.

Matthei Botanical Gardens
Eating things. We all love to do
it. We set aside special times in the
day to do it. Sometimes we do it
during relaxing woodland strolls,
and sometimes the wages of a
casual nibble are tragic. Consider
the case of young Billy Myers, who
met his fate seeking Morel
mushrooms. Perhaps, just maybe
if Billy had made the trip out to
Matthei Botanical Gardens and
learned about 6 Poisonous Plants,
he'd be with us today. Don't make
the same mistake Billy did. 10 am-
4:30pm at the Gardens, 1800 N.
Dixboro Rd. Call 995-4357 for more
information. Free.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Boogie on down to the Nectarine
Ballroom at 8:30 pm for Winter-
fest, an all campus party spon-
sored by Lambda Chi Alpha &
Coke. Have a blast and benefit the
Mott's Children's Hospital. You
may even win one of the super door
prizes given away by local mer-
chants. Tickets are available at the
door for $3, a small price to pay for
such a good time. Call Louie
Theros at 665-0778 or 761--2373 for
more information.
University Lowbrow Astronomers
Club
Skywatchers unite! It's time for
the monthly meeting of the
University Lowbrow Astronomers.
7:30 pm at the Detroit Observatory
E. Ann St. at Observatory. Call 663-
8312 when the stars are out. Free.
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Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Deny
reality with Surreal Estate.
The Earle (994-0211)-Jazz with
the Ron Brooks Trio.
The Heidelberg (663-7758)-How
easy is the listining at the
Heidelburg with Mustard's
Retreat? So easy you don't have to
ask.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)--Rub elbows with Joe when
you go to see Domino.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-It's the Saturday com-
ponent of the Nectarine Ballroom's
Weekend Dance Party with DJ
Roger Le Fievre.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Amphibians can be fun.
Newt and the Salamanders tonight
at Rick's.
U-Club (763-2236)-Ooh, it's so
new! The New Music Dance Party
tonight at the U-Club.
Windows (769-9500)-Fave Top-
40 tunes with Whisper.
Music
Office of Major Events
Motown hits Ann Arbor in a bigf
way! The Temptations and the
Four Tops invade Hill AuditoriumT
for two shows at 7:30 and 10:30 pm.
Get your tickets now at all Tickett
World outlets and at the Michigan
Union Box Office. For more infor-
mation on this really big show call
763-TKTS.

School of Music
Come hear the exciting solo
pianist Tania Fleischer. 8 pm,
School of Music Recital Hall, Free.
For more information, call 763-
4726.
Stage
The Ark
Sometime mime O.J. Anderson
heads the cast of An Evening With
Cole Porter, a revue dedicated to
the brilliant composer and lyricist
who wrote "Anything Goes" and
"Night and Day", The Easy Street
Players have been touring with
this show, and it is a delightful
alternative for people passing up
the louder stuff. 8 pm at the Ark.
Tickets are $8.50, and are available
through the Ark, Schoolkid's, and
Herb David Guitar Studios. Call
761-1451 for the answers to your
questions.
University School of Music, Dance
Department
The Senior Dance Concert II con-
tinues their performance of
Deadlines. Hop over to Dance
Studio A at 8 pm to catch this lively
evening of dance and entertain-
ment. Tickets are available in ad-
vance from the Dance Department
Office or at the door for $3. Need
more info? Call 763-5460.
Sports
Men's Basketball
The tough Fighting Illini invade
Crisler Arena for some high-action
Big Ten basketball. These two
nationally ranked teams battle it
out for conference bragging rights.
Be there at 4 pm to cheer the
Wolves to victory! Tickets are $6 at
the door. For more information
call 764-0244.
Men's Wrestling
For those of you with an in-
satiable appetite, more exciting
wrestling action against Northern
Iowa will take place on Saturday,
February 9th. Tickets are only
$1.00 for students and all dedicated
wrestling fans. For more infor-
mation stop by the Michigan
Ticket Office on 1000 State street or
call 764-0244.
Women's Indoor Track
Whether you're a fan of indoor
track or women's athletics it will
be worth your while to get up for
the 9 O'clock Wolverine-Nike Open
this morning. Coach James Henry
will bring his athletes to the Track
and Tennis Building on 1000 S.
State street and the tickets are
only a dollar. For more infor-
mation call 764-0244.
Etc
The Asian American Association
Need to start the New Year
again? A Lunar New Year
Celebration will be held at Stock-
well Hall from 7 p.m. until 1 a.m. The
festivities will include creative
skits, ethnic cooking, entertain-
ment by Charlie Chin, as well as a
semi-formal dance. For $5 in ad-
vance or $6 at the door you can join
in all the fun!
Matthei Botanical Gardens
The Matthei Botanical Garden
does not want to see you die from

eating poisonous plants (like poor
Billy Myers!). They beg you to
drop by at the Gardens at 1800 N.
Dixboro Rd. to learn about six of
these poisonous beauties. Any time
between 10:30 am and 4 pm is fine
to attend this free event. Call 995-
4357 for more information.
University Exhibit Museum
Astronomy is an ancient science,
and one in which our knowledge
continually expands by leaps and
bounds with every new advance.
Learn about our galaxy and its
relationship with the universe in
The Cosmic City. Or, if you prefer
to stick to more local matters, The
Stars of Winter is a video show
with live narration about the con-
stellations seen in the winter sky.
10:30 and 11:30 am (The Winter
Sky), 1:30, 2:45, and 4 pm (Cosmic
City), University Exhibit Museum,
Geddes at N. University, only $1.
For more info, 764-0478.

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Bars and Clubs
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Star Tracks with fab DJ Les
Harvey.
U-Club (763-2236)-All you can
eat Italian Buffet and Three
Stooges Films beginning tonight at
5:30.
Music
The Latin American Solidarity
Committee
No need to compromise! Help
those in Central America and help
yourself to the tropical sounds of
Amigo, Detroit's own latin jazz
ensemble. Swing on down to Rick's
at 8 pm for a good time and some
goodwill. Tickets are available at
the door or in advance from
Schoolkids Records for $5. For
more information call 763-9033.
University Musical Society
This is the Guarneri Quartet's
second program of the Beethoven
quartet cycle which the group star-
ted last fall at Rackham
Auditorium. This concert will
feature the Quartets in D Major
Op. 18 No. 3; F Minor. Op. 95; and
A Minor, Op. 132. The group itself
is composed of Arnold Steinhardy
and John Dalley, violinists; David
Soyer, cellist; and Michael Tree,
violist. Tickets range in price and
may be obtained at Burton Tower.
4 p.m. at Rackham Auditorium.
Call the University Musical
Society at 665-3717 for more infor-
mation.
University School of Music
Tired of guitar strings? Give
your ears a break and enjoy the
smooth sounds of the Violint
Students Recital. The concert will
be held at 2 pm in the School of
Music Recital Hall, and the eventI
is free. For more details call 764-7
0593.
University School of Music
The blare of car horns getting on
your nerves? Let Kevin WauldronI
soothe your sorrows away as he
presents his Trumpet Recital.
He'll be at the School of Music
Recital Hall at 4 pm and he won't
charge you a cent for admission.
To learn more call 764-0593.

University School of Music
Sunday is a day to relax, and
what a better way to relax than to
take in a little classical music?
Martha Schimelpfenig will present
a Double Bass Recital at 6 pm in
the School of Music Recital Hall.
It's free, and so is more infor-
mation at 764-0593.
University School of Music
The Horn Students of the Music
School will present a recital in the
School of Music Recital Hall at 8
pm. Come hear the culmination of
many hours of hard work and
dedication (what were you doing
while they were practicing?). Call
764-0593 for more information.
Free.
Stage
The Ark
Heaven knows! Anything goes.
This afternoon is an excellent op-
portunity to become acquainted, or
get reacquainted with one of
America's greatest composers, as
An Evening With Cole Porter
becomes an afternoon, 3 pm.
Tickets are only $7.50 for the
matinee. See Saturday's listing.
Sports
Men's Gymnastics
The mighty Wolverine tumblers
take on the Spartans of Michigan
State and the Golden Flashes from
Kent State. The action's always hot
when we take on our rivals from
East Lansing, and a team that
claims to be the Golden Flashes
has got to have spunk! Catch the
excitement down at Crisler Arena
at 1 pm for only $1! Questions? Call
764-0244.
Etc
Friends of Matthei Botanical Gar-
dens
Do people tell you that you have
a green thumb? Or maybe only
your plants talk to you? If this is
the case you should go to the
meeting of the Friends of Matthei
Botanical Gardens at 3 pm in the
Botanical Gardens Auditorium.
The Garden is located at 1800 N.
Dixboro Rd. Questions? Call 995-
4357. Free.
Matthei Botanical Gardens
Still afraid of making the same
fatal mistake as Billy Myers? It's
not too late! Journey over to the
Botanical Gardens at 1800 N. Dix-
boro Rd. to gather some in-
teresting facts about Six Poisonous
Plants. If you need more infor-
mation call 995-4357. The journey's
free, too! The plants are available
between 10:30 am and 4 pm.
University Exhibit Museum
Learn about the exciting secrets
of our galaxy and the universe in
which we live, in The Cosmic City.
An audio visual show; it's sure to
leave you "starry-eyed". 1:30,
10:45, and 4 pm, University Exhibit
Museum, Geddes at N. University,
only $1. Questions? Call 764-0478.
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Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Mike
Heron DJ's tonight at the Pig.

The Earle (994-0211)-Larry
Manderville, keyboardist extraor-
dinaire.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES -Video Night tonight at
Joe's. Cool! Cool!
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-The Stud Club-avant-
garde new music with Detroit DJ
Galen Davis.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Don't wait-go see Surreal
Estate!
Music
School of Music
Here's a chance to hear F. Neely
Bruce, pianist perform a recital of
his own works and music for the
piano by other American com-
posers! Mr. Bruce is a visiting
professor this semester at the
school of music, teaching two
classes of American Music:
American Music since 1920 and
American Piano Music. The recital
will definitely be an interesting one
at that, as Bruce is a well known
pianist and composer in his own
right. 8 p.m. Recital Hall of the
School of Music, Baits Drive off of
Broadway, North Campus. Free of
charge, so you all come now! Call
763-4726 for more information.
T UiE D AY
Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Luther
"Guitar Junior" Johnson, former
associate of Muddy Waters, per-
forms tonight.
The Earle (994-0211)--Larry
Manderville performs tonight
from 8to 10 pm.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Lose your direction?
Check out Map of the World.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Fab high-energy dance
music with Rubaiyat DJ Roger Le
Fievre.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-B.F.A., ska from Windsor
(that's in Canada...) tonight.
U-Club (763-2236)-Reggae
night! Reggae Night!
Windows (769-9500)-Top-40, an
ancient art form, performed
tonight by Whisper.
Music
The Ark
Deirdre McCalla will perform.
Deidre McCalla is a
feminist/singer/songwriter all in
one, so it should be an enjoyable
evening. Tickets are $5 for mem-
bers $6 for non-members. 8 pm at
The Ark, 637 S. Main St. Call 761-
1451 for more info.
School of Music
New World String Quartet: This
well known and masterfully
polished ensemble gave a concert
in January at Rackham
Auditorium and here they are
again returning for what will
definitely be another spectacular
evening of string music. 8 p.m. at
Rackham Auditorium is the place,
so please don't miss your chance to1
hear this top quartet. No charge
for admission-for more on this
event, call 763-4726.

Speakers
Center for Chinese Studies
The Brown Bag Lunch series
presents Professor Carl Cohen and
his presentation entitled, An
American Philosopher in China.
Professor Cohen recently was the
guest of the Beijing Institute of
Philosophy, and will recount his
experiences, observations, and
adventures. Noon at the Commons
Lane Hall. Free. Call 764-6308 for
more information.
Student Organization Develop-
ment Center
"Groups That Play Toghether,
Stay Together" is the theme of this
workshop which focuses on team-
work. As part of their extremely
successful Winter Leadership
Series, the Student Organization
Development Center is sponsoring
this workshop on increasing the
ability of leaders to motivate and
satisfy group members. Strategies
to increase the productivity and
commitment of members will be
explored. Come to the Union from
6:30-8:30 pm for this invaluable
free workshop. For more infor-
mation call 763-5900.
Etc
Botticelli Game Players
Come join the Botticelli Game
Players in an afternoon of name-
guessing trivia. A Tuesday
tradition, all are invited. Noon,
Michigan League (small rooms
across from the cafeteria), free.
Center for the Continuing
Education of Women
Every Tuesday, all are welcome
to attend the Job Hunt Club.
Meetings begin at noon at 350 S.
Thayer, and is free unless you wish

to purchase materials, which are
$3. For more information, call
CCEW at 764-6555.
Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-Reggae tonight with Dr.
(not Mr.) T.
The Earle (994-0211)-Larry
Manderville once again tickles the
ivories.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Mustard's Retreat WILL
relax and soothe you with their
easy listening.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Good times, lotsa beer,
with George Bedard and the Bon-
nevilles.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Throw down with DJ J.
Barry.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Sometime after last light,
go catch First Light.
U-Club (763-2236)-Big fun
tonight at Laugh Track.
Windows (769-9500)-Top-40 with
Whisper.
Music
The Ark;
Hoot Night is The Ark's weekly
Talent Night in which members of1
the audience are invited to share'
their talents with all. 8 p.m. at The
Ark, 637 S. Main. Tickets are only
$1 for non-members and there is no
charge for members. Call 761-1451
for more information.
UM School of Music
Enjoy a relaxing evening of1

music with Linda Gilbert, who
performs an Oboe/English Horn
Recital tonight. Performance
begins at 8 pm at the School of
Music Recital Hall. For more in-
formation call 764-0593. Free.
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Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-Buddy Guy, who formerly
performed with Junior Wells, jams
tonight at The Pig.
The Earle(994-0211)-Mellow
keyboard sounds tonight at the
Earle with Larry Manderville.
The Heidelberg (663-7758)-Easy
listening with Mustard's Retreat.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-The Sun Messengers from
Detroit illuminate Joe's.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Freak with chic and unique
DJ J. Barry.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-The Headlights shine.
U-Club (763-3326)-Soundstage,
with up and coming local acoustic
and rock performers.
Music
Michigan Union Cultural
Programs
Do something different with your
sweetheart this Valentine's Day:
invite a little romance into your
lunch hour! As part of their Music
at Midday series the Michigan
Union Cultural Programs will
feature "A Valentine's Special".
The fun begins at 12:15 in the Pen-
dleton Room of the Michigan
Union.
JTR Productions
Dance-funk band Mtume ("Juicy
Fruit") visits Ann Arbor tonight.
The show starts at 8 p.m. at the
Michigan Theater, and tickets are
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