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Bars and Clubs
The Apartment (769-4060)-R&B
and Motown by the Robert Penn
Revue.
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Black
Market-the all-white reggae
band.
The Earle (994-0211)-Bob Elliot
and Bill Evans fill out the Ron
Brooks Trio.
The Heidelberg (663-7758)-Bill
Barton and Chris Gardstrom play
folk and bluegrass.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Steve Nardella and his
Rock & Roll Trio. Will they be the
last to play Joe's?
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-True blues from Grand
Rapids' Jimmy Stagger Band.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Dance to DJ Roger
LeLievre.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Lamont Zodiac leads the
Buzztones.
U-Club (763-2236)-DJ DANCE
PARTY! Sounds cool, huh?
Windows (769-9500)-Ssssssh!
Whisper is playing Top-40.
Music
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra
The Valentine Dessert Concert is
a cabaret style concert with can-
dlelight seating, a selection of
gourmet desserts, coffee and tea,
and wine and sherry too, available
for purchase. As for music there is
music by Bach, Handel and
Pickney area composer Kurt Car-
penter. 8 p.m. Michigan League
Ball Room, Tickets are $13 which
includes the dessert. Call 996-0066
for more info.
Schoolof Music
Thomas Hilbish will conduct the
University Chamber Choir and Or-
chestra in a performance of the
great B Minor Mass of Johann
Sebastian Bach, at 8 p.xh. at Hill
Auditorium. Free to the public.
Call 7634726 for more information.
School of Music
Carl St. Clair is the conductor for
an evening of music performed by
the adventurous and talented
School of Music students of the
University Contemporary Direc-
tions Ensemble. Music by contem-
porary composer John Harbison
George Crumb. No charge for ad-
mission, and the place is Rackham
Auditorium at 8 p.m. Call 763-4726
for more information.
Stage
Ann Arbor Civic Theater Main
Street Production
A restaurant reunion spurs
reminiscence of college days for
five Mount Holyoke graduates in
Uncommon Women and Others. 8
p.m., Ann Arbor Civic Theater, 338
S. Main, $5. For more info, call 662-
7282.
Performance Network
Politics, controversy, hypocrisy,
and pig-headedness! Ron Miller
directs Slawomir Mrozek's play
Vatzlav, which contains all of the
above, and much more. If this
sounds like your kind of enter-

tainment stop by the Performance
Network, 408 W. Washington at 8
p.m. $5, but students get a $1
discount! For more information
call 663-0681.
Street Light Theater
Witness what your fellow studen-
ts can accomplish as you see six
short farces and comedies that
they have written and directed, as
well as performed. The Original
Plays Festival includes tales of
convicts, ruthless women, and a
tennis player who must turn to the
occult to improve his game. 8 p.m.
at the Residential College
Auditorium, East Quad. For more
info call 662-7344 or 996-1787. Free.
Speakers
Astrofest 144
Seen any strange stars lately?
No? Well, here's your chance!
AstroFest 144 presents Strange
Stars and Possible Planets,, a lec-
ture by Jim Louden. And if that's
not enough... there will be a film,
Algol, the Demon Star. All in-
terested gazers may report to MLB
Aud. 3 at 7:30 p.m. To learn more
call 426-5396. Free.
University School of Natural
Resources
The Laird Norton Distinguished
Visitor Series presents:Intensive
Forest Management in the Lakes
States, a lecture by William
Ticknor. Ticknor is the Vice
President for corporate woodlands
of the Mead Corp. so he should
know his trees! Stop by at 1040
Dana Bldg. on E. University at 3
p.m. to learn more about our forest
friends. Free. For more infor-
mation call 763-5466.
Sports
Women's Basketball
The mighty women of Michigan.
take on Iowa for an exciting night
of hoops. Be there as the floor
heats up: 7 p.m. at Crisler Arena.
For only $1 you can get in out of the
cold and help your team roar to a
victory! For more info call 763-
2159.
Women's Swimming
The Lady Wolves battle our foes
from down the road, Eastern
Michigan University, for area
bragging rights- Join in the fun at 7
p.m. at Matt Mann Pool. Only $1
for a splashing good time.
Questions? Call 763-2159.
Etc
University Folk Dance Club
Don't have a partner? That's
okay-stop in at the Angell School
gymnasium anyway. From 7-9:30
p.m. you can learn how the Greeks
(from Greece, that is) dance, then
from 9-10:30 p.m. there's an open
dance. All this for only $1.50! 665-
0219 gets you more info.
Michigan Theater Foundation
Can't afford to go to Las Vegas
for spring break? Well, here's your
chance to get in a little gambling
anyway! The Las Vegas
Millionaires' Party includes a cash
bar, snacks, live entertainment
and of course...gambling. $5 gets
you all this plus a whole lot of fun,
so stop in at the Ann Arbor Inn
between 7 p.m. and 1 a.m. Need to
know more? Call 668-8397.

University Natural Resources
Club
A Paul Bunyan look-alike con-
test, "Jack 'n' Jill" bucksawing,
and match-splitting contests. Now
where can you find all of these
events in one place? Only at the
annual Paul Bunyan Ball! You can
also square dance to the sounds of
Ann Arbor's own Lil Pigheads.
Sound like your kind of evening?
Then head out to the Michigan
Union Ballroom between 8 p.m.
and 12:30 a.m. $3.50 or $6 a couple.
For more info call 763-5967.
Bars and Clubs
The Apartment (769-
4060)-Wow! It's a Top40 Dance
Party.
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Jump
with the Fabulous Checkers.
The Earle - (994-0211)-Gosh-oh-
golly-gee-o, it's the Ron Brooks
Trio.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Chris Bardstrom and Bill
Barton, pholk phenomenon.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Steve Nardella shuts
down the Star Lounge.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Stomp with the Jimmy
Stagger Band.
The Nectarin Ballroom (994-
5436)-Plymouth's own Elvis Dave
resuscitates the King night.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Big boppin' with the Buz-
ztones.
Windows (769-9500)-Top 40
from Whisper.
Music
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra
Valentine Dessert Concert, 8
p.m., see Friday's listing for more
details. Call 996-0066 for infor-
mation.
Eclipse Jazz
This will be the Ann Arbor debut
of jazz vocalist Bobby McFerrin
McFerrin will perform at The Ark,
637S. Main Street at 8 p.m. Tickets
are $7.50 and are available at
Schoolkids Records, P.J.'s Used
Records, Michigan Union Ticket
Office and all other ticketworld
outlets. Call 763-TKTS for more
details.
School of Music
Recently retired professor of
piano Benning Dexter will give the
premiere of a set of Piano Preludes
by Pulitzer Prize winning and
School of Music faculty member
composer Leslie Bassett. Other
music will include that of George
Crumb and John Harbison. No
charge for admission 8 p.m. at
Rackham Auditorium. Call 763-
4726 for more on this.
Stage
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Main
Street Production
Uncommon Women and Others
continues. Tickets are 5 dollars
both in advance and at the door.
Civic Theatre, 338 S. Main. Show
begins at 8 p.m. Call 662-7282 for
more information.
Performance Network
Vatzlav continues at the Net-
work. See Friday's listing.

Street Light Theater
The Original Plays Festival
continues. See Friday's listing.
University Activites Center
Starbound is UAC's annual cam-
puswide talent show featuring
vocalists, instrumentalists, bands,
dancers and maybe a trained dog
act, if we're lucky. You can all be a
part of it by turning up at Men-
delssohn Theatre in the League at 8
p.m. Admission is a mere three
bucks to catch some of the hottest
talent on campus. Questions? Call
763-1077.
Sports
Men's Gymnastics
Our men's tumblers take on the
Badgers of Wisconsin in head to
head gymnastic competition in
Crisler Arena at 7 p.m. One dollar
will buy you thrills, chills and high-
flying action. Questions? Call 764-
0247.
Men's Swimming
Our tankers hope to sink Ohio
State today at 3 p.m. at Mann Pool.
Your one-dollar admission fee can
help them out. Be there. Call 764-
0247 for more info.
Etc
Friends of the Matthei Botanical
Gardens
The Friends of the Matthei,
Botanical Gardens sponsor a
workshop today on the art of
pressed flower arrangement. The
event is free and all are welcome.
Matthei Botanical Gardens, 1800
N. Dixboro. For more information,
call 764-1168.
Latin American Culture Project
The Latin American Culture
Project tonight sponsors a Car-
nival Dance Party in East Quad's
Half-Way Inn. Wear a costume!
Admission is $4 (includes an over-
flowing abundance of refreshmen-
ts). All welcome-the fun begins at
8:00 p.m.
University Exhibit Museum
Planetarium
The Exhibit Museum presents
two audiovisual shows, The Stars
of Winter and The Cosmic City.
Each presentation costs a mere
dollar. Children under 5 will not be
admitted. The Stars of Winter runs
at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m., The
Cosmic City at 1:30, 2:45, and 4
p.m. Information can be had by
calling 764-0478.
University Juggling Club
University Juggling Club offers
free juggling lessons to all comers
to their meeting today in Anderson
Rooms C and D of the Michigan
Union. No experience is needed,
and it's absolutely free. So trot
over at 4 p.m., plan to stay til 6,
and you may well be on your way
to the Kennedy Center.

WCBN
University student run radio
station WCBN finishes its annual
88:3 hour on air fundraiser with a
dance party featuring quite a
diversity of musical styles.
Watusies, Reggae, Rock 'n Roll,
African Jazz, and acoustic warm-
ups are only some of the featured
material and proceeds go to
benefit camputs broadcasting.
Cash bar will be available. 8 p.m.
till 1 a.m. at The Mich. Union Ball
Room. Tickets.are $4 and more in-
fo is available by calling 763-3501.
University Musical Society
Katia and Marielle Labeque are
duo French pianists (sisters also).
They are widely regarded by many
critics as the finest classical duo
piano team in the world today and
they will be here in Ann Arbor.
Program will include music by
Brahms, Ravel, Stravinsky and
Gershwin, so get your tickets now,
while they last. Prices range from
a mere $5 to only $10 for the finest
seats, and tickets are available at
Burton Tower. For more info, call
the University Musical Society at
665-3717.
School of Music
Eric Becher will conduct the
University Band. Program will be
announced 4 p.m. at Hill
Auditorium, no charge. Call 763-
4726 for more info.
Ann Arbor Symphony Band
The Symphony Band of Ann Ar-
bor is comprised of more than 60
volunteer local musicians, and
they will be performing their
second concert of the season along
with guest trumpeter Dan Wagner.
Music will include selections by
Vaclav Nelhybel, Schumann, Ben-
nett and The Big B, Beethovep. No
charge for an afternoon of fine
music. 3 p.m. Slauson Inter-
mediate School 1019 W.
Washington St. Call 994-2314 or 971-
2099 for more on this scoop.
Stage
Performance Network
Vatzlav continues at the Net-
work. 6:30 p.m. See Friday's entry.
Speakers
Washtenaw County American Civil
Liberties Union
This monthly meeting will afford
any and all interested parties an
opportunity to question the board
of the ACLU on civil liberties
issues. 7:30 p.m. at the First
Unitarian Church, 1917
Washtenaw. Call 662-1334 for an-
swers. Free.
Sports
Women's Basketball
Hard-hitting, heavy, hot, hoop-
ball action tonight as Michigan
takes on the Golden Gopherettes of
Minnesota. 7 p.m. at Crisler Arena.
Dial 763-2159 for more information.
Etc
Planned Parenthood of Mid-
Michigan
The community is invited to tour
Planned Parenthood's new
headquarters facility. The Open
House will feature tours by agency
Board and Staff members. A-6

p.m., 3100 Professional Dr. Call
Karen at 973-0710 for more infor-
mation.
University Exhibit Museum
How many times have you said
to yourself, "Gee, I sure wish I
knew more about the Milky Way
galaxy, but there's no place to go."
If you've said it a lot, you should go
see the audio-visual show The
Cosmnic City. 1:30, 2:45, and 4 p.m.
at the Exhibit Museum, Geddes at
N. University. $1. Call 764-0478 for
more information.
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Bars andClubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Le
Club Sputnik takes off.
The Earle (994-0211)-88 keys
manipulated by Larry Mander-
vile.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Packing clout, it's Killer
Trout!
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Motor City DJ Galen Davis
spins 'em.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-The Slang is happening.
Music
School of Music
University Concerto Competition
Winners, soloist winners of the un-
dergrad and grad performance
competitions are to perform with
the University Symphony Or-
chestra. Don't miss out. 8 p.m. at
Hill Auditorium, free. Call 763-4726
for more info.
Washtenaw Council for The Arts
Steve Newhouse, Ann Arbor's
ragtime, country, folk and blues
urban cowboy entertainer will be
performing foot stompin' tunes at 8.
p.m. at 826 W. Huron Street.
And...there's plenty of parkin'.
Small donation is requested. Call
769-1052 any time or 663-3537
evenings, for more information.
Stage
Eyemediae Video Showcase
Tonight, Music with Roots in the
Aether. Video works featuring
Alvin Lucier's Bird and Person
Dying, Music for Solo performer,
and Outlines of Persons and
Things. Also, former Folobex
guitarist Chris Gerard improvises.
8 p:m. at Kerrytown Concert
House, 415 N. Fourth Ave. $3. Call
662-2410 or 769-2999 for more in-
formation.
Speakers
Guild House
Let us go then, you and I, While
the evening is spread out upon the
sky, Like a patient etherized upon
a table...to the poetry reading at
Guild House, 802 Monroe. Free.
Call 662-5189 for more information,
or to volunteer your poetic ser-
vices.
University Center for Continuing
Education of Women Re-Entry
Brown Bag Lunch
Today's Brown Bagger features
a panel discussion with women
who are juggling careers,
education, and motherhood. All in-
vited. Noon-1:30 p.m. at CEW, 350
S. Thayer. Free. Call 763-1353 for
more information.

Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Paint
the town with All Fall Down.
The Earle (994-0211)-At the
ivories, Larry Manderville.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-The Slang is talkin' atcha.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-High Energy Dance Music
with Roger Le Lievre.
Rick's American Caf (996-
2747)-Wanna hear a band?(Go
Fork It Over.
Windows (769-9500)-Top-40
from Whisper.
Music
University Musical Society
Yehudi Menuhin will conduct the
reknowned Royal Philharmonic
one of the great musical
collaborations of the University
Musical Society's 1984-85 season.
Their program is to include works
by Bernstein, Delius, Elgar and
Tchaikovsky. How can one miss
this spectacular evening? Tickets
range from $8418 and available at
Burton Tower. Call 665-3717 for
more info.
Stage
The North Country Opera Com-
pany
If you like the folk sounds that
come out of Ann Arbor you won't
want to miss Songs from the North
Country: Selections from the
Musical Plays of Jay Stielstra.
Folk singers and musicians from
the area come together to make a
live recording of Ann Arbor native
Jay Stielstra's musical plays. The
show begins at 8 p.m. at The Ark,
637% S. Main. Tickets are $4 at the
door and in advance form
Schoolkids', Oldtown Bar, and
Herb David Guitar Studio. For
more info call 761-1451.
Speakers
University of Michigan English
Department
If you enjoy contemporary fic-
tion you won't want to miss this
reading by Southern Illinois
English professor Philip Graham.
Graham's collection of short
stories, The Art of the Knock, was
published in 1984...you can't get
more contemporary than that! 4
p.m., Rackam West Lecture
Room. Free. For more info call
764-5272.
WLE DN E*01D A Y
Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Hey,
pookas! Tonight it's Bop Harvey.
The Earle (994-0211)-Hands of
Larry Manderville.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Fusion from Fast Tracks.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Steve King and the Dittilies
rock you up.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-From the Cherry Capital,
Skyscrapers.
U-Club (763-2236)-Laugh Track.
Windows (769-9500)-Flyin' high
with Whisper.
Music
University Musical Society
The Netherlands Wind Ensem-

ble will present a program which
will include music of Krommer,
Possio, Rummel and Rossini. 81
p.m. at Rackham Auditorium.1
Tickets are $8 and available at
Burton Tower. Call 665-3717 for
more info.1
Netherlands America University1
League
Jan Krosenbrink and Maria
Rose, a viola and piano duo will
perform for no charge a concert of
works by Eccles, Bach, Faure and
Brahms. 8 p.m. at the new
Kerrytown Concert Hall 415 N.
Fourth Ave. Call 763-6865 or 769-
2999 for more information.
Stage
Main Street Comedy Showcase
Have you always dreamed of
becoming a stand-up comedian? If
so you won't want to miss Open,
Mike Night at the Main Street
Comedy Showcase. They give you
a chance to do your own thing or to
just sit back and enjoy the routines
of professionals from Detroit. The
show begins at 9 p.m. at 215 N.
Main above the Heidelberg.
Tickets are $2 at the door.
Questions? Call 996-9080.
The North Country Opera Com-
pany
Songs from the North Country:
Selections from the Musical Plays
of Jay Stielstra continues tonight
at 8p.m. See Tuesday's listing.
University of Michigan_
Professional Theater Productions
University Players
The Crucible, a play written by
former Michigan Daily writer,
Hopwdod Award winner, and
University of Michigan graduate,
Arthur Miller opens tonight. If
that's not enough for you...the
play, which deals with the Salem
witch trials, also won a Tony
Awvard. The show begins at 8 p.m.
at the Power Center. Tickets are
$3-$5, and are available at the door
or in advance from the Michigan
League Box Office. Call 764-0450
for more info.
T H UR S A Y i
Bars and Clubs
The Apartment (769-
4060)-Jam session with Sherman
Mitchell, Paul Vornhagen and
Friends.
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Show
'em you give a dang, go see the
Slang.
The Earle (994-0211)-Larry
Manderville, solo keyboard ar-
tiste.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Rockin' Awesome Good
Times with George Bedard and the
Bonnevilles.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Screaming sheekness and
lots of fun with DJ J. Barry.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Skyscrapers perform, a
Travers City band that covers
everything from soul to bar band
stomp.
U-Club (763-2236)-Soundstage,
spotlighting local performers.
Windows (769-9500)-Wow! It's
Whisper at Windows!
Music
Music at Mid Day
Kathy Canfield, a University of
Michigan music student, will play

a varied program featuring
Strauss and others, on the French
horn. The Michigan Union Arts
Programs will sponsor this Music
at Midday feature which begins at
12:15 p.m. in the Michigan Union
Pendleton Room. Admission, com-
plimentary. 763-5900.
The Ark
Michael Cooney, Barry O'Neill,
Joe Hickerson and special guest
Davey Jones will entertain you all
for one marvelous evening of
musical jest and fun. Tickets are $6
and available at the door. 8 p.m. at
The ARK, 637 S. Main Street. Call
761-1451 for more details.
Prism Productions
Roomful of Blues. And that's
what it'll be when a swinging horn-
led R&B outfit from Providence
Rhode Island performs a com-
bination of classic rhythm and
blues! 9:30 p.m. at Rick's
American Cafe. 611 Church Street.
Tickets are $7 and are obtainable
at Schoolkids', P.J.'s Used Recor-
ds and at the door too! Call 996-2747
for more details.
Kerrytown Concert House
Pianist William Bolcom and his
wife mezzo-soprano Joan Morris
will give a recital of Bolcom's own
compositions of cabaret songs for
recording by RCA. The show takes
place at the Kerrytown Concert
House, 415 North Fourth Avenue.
Reservations, a requirement.
Tickets $10. For more info: 769-
2999.
Stage
University of Michigan
Professional Theater Productions
University Players
The Crucible, Arthur Miller's
fantastic tale of the Salem witch
trials continues its run tonight. See
Wednesday's listing.
Michigan Theatre Foundation
Harvey Fierstein's.Tony Award-
winning hit, Torch Song Trilogy
opens tonight at the Michigan
Theatre. The play centers on the
trial and tribulations of a New
York City drag queen. ierstein's
sensitive portrayal has drawn
raves universally from critics.
Michigan Theatre, 8 p.m. Tickets
range from $9.50 to $23.50.
Questions? Call 668-8397.
Speakers
University of Michigan Center for
Continuing Education of Women
Local psychologist Shirley Hat-
chett speaks on Age and Racial At-
titude Change among Black
Americans. The lecture is just one
in a series on Adult Development.
Noon-1:30 p.m. at CEW, 350 S.
Thayer. For more information call
763-1353. Free.
Citizens Trust Lunch and Learn
Are you afraid that someone has
their finger on the wrong button in
your local nuclear power plant? If
so you should come hear Detroit
Edison chief executive officer
Walter McCarthy, Jr. speak on The
Future of Nuclear Power. The lec-
ture, including lunch, begins at
noon at the Campus Inn. The lunch
will cost $6, and reservations must
be made by February 18 by calling
994-5555 ext. 213.

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Bars and Clubs
The Apartment (769-4060)-On
Que has Top-40 for you.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES) -So long Joe... see you soon?
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-From the land of oranges
and Disneyworld, it's Jaxmyth.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Follow the footsteps, we're
Star Track-ing.

10 Weekend/Friday, February 15, 1985

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