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Bars and Clubs
The Apartment - (769-4060) -
Boffo! It's the Bosco Johnson
Band!
The Blind Pig (996-8555) -
Savoy Brown, seminal 60's blues
rockers. Tickets $5 in advance at
Schoolkids and PJ's.
The Earle - (994-0211) - Jazz
with the Ron Brooks Trio.
Halfway Inn - (764-8558) -
Local Band It's Raining pours
music from their new EP.
Main Street Comedy Showcase
- (996-9080) - Paula Poundstone
makes you laugh.
Mr. Flood's Party - (995-2132)
- You read it right here in black
and white - It's the Fabulous
Checkers.
Mountain Jack's - (665-1133) -
Top 40 trio Lifeline for your dining
and dancing pleasure.
The Nectarine Ballroom - (994-
4336) - Noted local DJ Roger
LeLievre.
Rick's American Cafe - (996-
2747) - Rock with the Urbations.
Windows--(769-9500)--Come
en masse for Mass Appeal.
Music
School of Music
The University Symphony Band
and Wind Ensemble conducted by
H. Robert Reynolds will perform
an evening of music pleasing to
your ear. No charge for admission.
8 p.m. at Hill Auditorium. Call 763-
4726 for more info.
Stage
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
The Dining Room continues,
featuring the Civic Theater
Players in A.R. Burney's comedy
about the middle class from the
turn of the century, caught at
representative points in its
development, all in a single home's
dining room. Tickets are $5 in ad-
vance at the Civic Theater and at
the door. 8 p.m., Civic Theater (338
S. Main) Call 662-7282 for more in-
formation.
Performance Network
Four by Beckett continues,
featuring four one act plays by
Irish playwright Samuel Beckett.
Works included will be Krapp's
Last Tape, Act Without Words
II, What's Where, and
Breath 8 p.m. at the Perfor-
mance Network (408 W.
Washington). Tickets $6 tonight
and tomorrow, $5 on Sunday, with
a $1 discount to students and
seniors both nights. Call 663-0681
for more information.
University Dance Company
A concert of works by University
faculty choreographers set to live
performances by, among others,
Peter "Madcat" Ruth and the
University Philharmonic takes
place tonight at 8 p.m. at the
Power Center. Tickets at the door
and at the League box office, $3-$5.
Call 764-0450 for further infor-
mation.
University Professional Theatre
Program
Hot I Baltimore continues,
featuring University Drama stud-

ents in Langford Wilson's comedy
on the decline and fall of a once-
great hotel. 8 p.m. in the Frieze
Building's New Trueblood
Theatre. Tickets are $3 at the door..
Information can be had at 763-5213.
University Professional Theater
Program Special Attraction
Noted British actor Edward
Duke singlehandedly takes on all
twelve parts in P.G. Wodehouse's
comedy -Jeeves in Charge. Don't
miss this show which continues
through the 16th, 8 p.m. at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Tickets $11-15, with a 10% discount
to students and seniors, available
at PTP's League Box Office. Call
764-0450 for more information.
Speakers
Guild House Noon Luncheon
Joe Kelsey, Ann Arbor coor-
dinator for The Women's Inter-
national League of Peace and
Freedom speaks on Women and
Peacemaking. 12 noon, Guild
House (802 Monroe). Free; soup
and sandwich lunch available for
$1. Questions call 662-5189.
University Departments of In-
dustrial and Operations
Engineering, Naval Architecture
and Marine Engineering, and
Mechanical Engineering and Ap-
plied Mechanics.
Dr. Michael M. Kosterva of GTE
Labs in Waltham, Massachusetts,
will be discussing Solving the
Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication
Problem with Complementary
Models at 3:30 p.m. in the Dow
Building's room 1006.
University Centers for Russian
and East European Studies and for
Near Eastern and North African
Studies
Professor Devin Weese of In-
diana University discusses
Muslim Neighbor Relations,
followed by Rand Corporation
researcher Rosemary
Crisostomo's talk on Muslim
Minorities Inside the Soviet
Union, with a reception following.
-7:30 p.m., Rackham Auditorium.
Admission is free. Call 764-0351 for
more information.
Etc
University Astronomy Depar-
tment
The University Astronomy
Department tonight sponsors a
Visitor's Night, where laymen like
you and me can get a taste for
what's going on above our heads.
Astronomy professor Richard
Teske discusses Halley's Comet,
the film "Interplanetary Space" is
shown, and if it's clear outside,
everyone gets a chance to take a
peek thru the telescope atop lovely
ivy-covered Angell Hall. Ab-
solutely free. 8:30 p.m. at Angell
Hall Aud. A. Call 764-3440 for more
information.
University Folk Dance Club
This Friday finds the University
Folk Dance Club cutting a few rugs
in the Angell School gym (1608 S.
University). Beginning instruction
from 7:30 to 9 p.m., and request
dancing from 9 to 10:30 p.m. No
need to bring a partner, just $1.50
and yourself. Call 665-0219 for more
informaton.

SA TURDAY
Bars and Clubs
The Apartment - (769-
4060)-More Boffo fun with the
Bosco Johnson Band.
The Blind Pig-(996-8555)-Yes,
you can get yer kicks three-count
'em-three ways with the Steve
Nardell R 'n' R Trio.
The Earle-(994-0211)-Jazz
with the Ron Brooks Trio.
Mr. Flood's Party-(995-
2132) -The Fabulous Checkers!
Mountain Jack's - ' (665-
1133)-Top forty with Lifeline.
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994-
5436)-Oohla la!! The Foxy Fren-
chmen take it off tonight!! Grown-
ups only...
Rick's American Cafe-(996-
2747)-Ann Arbor's own Urbations.
U-Club-(763-2236) -Dance par-
ty with Mr. Mystery DJ to be an-
nounced...
Windows- (769-9500)-Another
weighty performance by Mass Appeal?
Music
The Ark
An accomplished actor as well a
singer, Mr. Josh White Jr., will
perform a night of folksinging, ac-
companying himself on both 6 and
12 string guitars. Two showings
from Mr. White will take place,
7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at The Ark,
637 S. Main St. Tickets are $7 and
available at the door. Call 761-1451
for more details.
Stage
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
A.R. Burney's The Dining Room
continues. There is still time to
take in this comedy dealing with
the middle class lives of those at
the turn of the century. See
Friday's listing for more details.
Performance Network
Four by Beckett, that is, four one
act plays be Samuel Beckett, con-
tinues its run tonight at the Per-
formance Network. Look to
Friday's listing for more infor-
mation.
University of Michigan Dance
Company
A series of works by University
faculty choreographers continues.
See Friday's listing for more
details.
University Professional Theatre
Program
Langford Wilson's Hot 1
Baltimore continues tonight at 8
p.m. at the New Trueblood
Theatre. See Friday's listing.
University Professional Theater
Program Special Attraction
Jeeves in Charge, P.G.
Wodehouse's comedy continues its
run at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater tonight at 8 p.m. For more
details see Friday's listing.
Speakers
University School of Medicine
The Thirteenth conference on
Ethics, Humanism, and Medicine
runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in
two sessions. The 8:30 session ad-

dresses AIDS: Ethical, Social, and
Legal Considerations. The after-
noon session covers Physicians:
The Regulated or the
Regulators? and Ethical Con-
siderations: Prisoners as Volun-
teers in Biomedical Research.
Reservations must be made in ad-
vance. Information can be had be
calling 764-6263.
Etc
Ann Arbor War Tax Dissiden-
ts/World Peace Tax Fund
Attention: All those interested in
war-tax resistance! This month's
meeting gives you information on
how to contact Michigan
congressmen. who would be
willing to co-sponsor World Peace
Tax Fund legislation, and includes
a report from the national WPTF
steering committee. Bring a bag
lunch to the Wesley Foundation
Pine Room at 602 E. Huron at State
at noon for all the free information.
Questions? Call 663-2655.
Friends of Matthaei Botanical
Gardens
Have an artistic flair? Then stop
by the Matthaei Botanical Gardens
at 1800 N. Dixboro Rd. from 9:30
a.m.-noon to put your talents to
use. At the pressed flower
workshop you'll learn to make
stationary, bookmarks and gifts to
be sold at future fundraisers for
the Gardens. Free. Call 764-1168 for
more info.
UAC
This is your last chance this year
to join in the fun of Michigras! The
grand finale includes poker and
euchre tournaments, casinos, ar-
cades and carnival games. $4 ($3
for students-don't forget your
I.D.) gets you all this plus live en-
tertainment. This is one of the
biggies at the U. so don't be left
behind. The activities run from
8:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. at the Michigan
Union. For moreinfo call 763-1107.
University of Michigan Exhibit
Museum Planetarium
A cosmic adventure! If you are
interested in currently visible con-
stellations you won't want to miss
the video show The Stars of Winter.
Or if it's the Milky Way that cat-
ches your attention, The Cosmic
City is for you. The first video show
can be seen at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m.
and the latter at 1:30, 2:45 and 4
p.m. at the University of Michigan
Exhibit Museum. Each show is $1.
Need to know more? Call 764-0478.

Chopin. Tickets are a mere $3.50
and $2 for students available at the
door. 4 p.m. at Kerrytown Concert
Hall 415 N. 4th Ave. Call 769-5665 or
769-2999 for more information.
School of Music
Eric Becher and Robert Ponto
are the stars for a performance by
the University and Campus Band.
Program still to be announced but
no charge to attend this event at 4
p.m. at Hill Auditorium. Call 763-
4726 for more info.
School of Music
The University Gamelan En-
semble will be on stage for a sam-
pling of regional and village
gamelan styles many never heard
before locally. What is a gamelan
you ask? Good question! .It is an
ensemble of 50 bronze gongs and
bronze xylophones native to In-
donesia, and the music is a
multitude of non-harmonic
melodies built on cycles marked by
the largest gong. Sounds in-
teresting and is a freebee too. 8
p.m. at Rackham Auditorium. Call
763-4726 for more info.
University Latin America
Cultural Projects
Sotavento, a sextet from
Madison, Wisconsin, which per-
forms a repetoire of Latin
American music will be the guests
this evening. The event takes place
at the U-M School of Education
Schorling Auditorium at 610 E.
University and tickets are $4. Call
665-7812 for info.
Stage
Performance Network
Samuel Beckett's one act
play series, Four by Beckett con-
tinues its run tonight at 6:30 p.m.
For all the details see Friday's
listing.
UAC
Ann Arbor's own comedy theater
troupe, the Comedy Company, will
be performing in a dinner theater
in the U-Club. Italian buffet begins
at 5:30 p.m. Showtime is 7:30 p.m.
The combined price of dinner and
show is $5.50. For more infor-
mation call the UAC office at 763-
1107.
University of Michigan Dance
Company
Our own faculty choreographers
continue to present a series of their
works at the Power Center. See
Friday's listing for complete
details.
University Professional Theatre
Program
Hot r Baltimore Langford
Wilson's sizzling comedy continues
its run at the warm New Truebood
Theater.For the details see
Friday's listing.
Speakers
University Annual Conference of
the Holocaust
Sidra Ezrachi, Hebrew Univer-
sity (Jerusalem) literature
professor and University of
Michigan English professor anita
Norlich lead a panel discussion of
Images of the Holocaust in
Literature. The discussion begins
at 3 p.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
Free. For more information call
663-3336.

Etc
UAC
High fashion hits the campus as
UAC presents . the Michigras
Fashion Show. All the clothes are
from local merchants so you'll
know where to run out and buy
them! Take in the show at noon at
the Michigan Union. Free
Questions? Call 763-1107.
University Exhibit Museum
Planetarium
The stars are still out for you!
The Cosmic City continues at the
Exhibit Museum Planetarium. See
Saturday's listing for more infor-
mation.
Washtenaw County American Civil
Liberties Union
Do you think that your civil liber-
ties have been violated? Or have
you no idea what that means? In
either case, feel free to drop by the
First Unitarian Church, 1917
Washtenaw Ave. to have your
questions answered by the ACLU
board. Free. Call 662-1334 for more
information.

Care Series, The School of Public
Health presents a symposium, on
The Delivery of Health Care to the
Poor and Minorities: Economic
and Public Policy Aspects.
Today's speaker will be Dr. John
B. Waller, Director of the City of
Detroit Department of Health,
speaking on The Impact of
Reality upon a Vision of Social
Justice. A panel discussion
follows. The symposium takes
place in the Thomas Francis
Auditorium in the School of Public
Health II from 3 to 5:30 p.m.
T EA

academic affairs will present a
talk entitled The University -
Money Isn't Everything. Noon,
Reservations required, $6 and you
get lunch. 994-5555, ext. 213.
University of Michigan Conference
on the Holocaust
Emil Fackenheim, a Hebrew
University (Jerusalem) professor,
will present a lecture entitled
Authentic and Inauthentic Respon-
ses in the' Holocaust. 7:30 p.m.,
Hillel, 1429 Hill Street. Free. 663-
3336.
League of Women Voters
Open group discussion entitled
Conflict Resolution in Centfral
America. 7:30 p.m. Zion Lutheran
Church, 1501 W. Liberty. Free. 665-
5808.

Speakers
University Latin-American
Solidarity Committee
The Central America Week
Celebration presents Tom Fryer,
who recently returned from
Nicaragua to speak on his ex-
periences. 8 p.m. at the Michigan
Union. Free. Call 763-2028 for more
information.
Washtenaw Audobon Society
University Professor Herb
Wagner speaks on Grape Ferns,
Moon Worts and Dune Worts: The
Super Belly Plants. For all you
super belly fans this is an an-
swered prayer, so head on out to
Matthei Botanical Gardens, 1800
N. Dixboro Rd.. Get there by 7:30

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Bars and Clubs
The Apartment - (769-4060) -
Dancing tonight at the Apar-
tment's Disco Party Night.
The Blind Pig - (996-8555) -
Proof of Utah, known locally for
their disc "A Dog, A Dodo and a
Fool."
The Earle - (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville at the keyboard.
Mr. Flood's Party - (995-2132)
- Look out for Killer Trout!!!
The Nectarine Ballroom - (994-
5436) - The Stud Club - avant
garde music with DJ Galen Davis.
Rick's American Cafe - (996-
2747) - The Microtones, Ska from
Traverse City.
Stage
What She Thinks and Landscape
with Robert Ashley, are the two
videos that will be presented this
evening from the Music with Roots
in the Aether series. There will
also be a live performance of an of-
fbeat piano concerto by Sandy
Ryder and Ruth Bradley at 8 p.m.
Speakers'
University of Michigan
Deborah Dwork a visiting
history professor, will present a
lecture entitled Children During
the Holocaust. A speech will also
be given by a Holocaust survivor.
7:30 p.m. 1429 Hill St. Free. 663-
3336.
University of Michigan English
Department
Martin Esslin, a Stanford
University English professor, will
present the eighth lecture on the
Irish novelist, playwright and poet,
Samuel Beckett. The lecture is en-
titled Beckett and Infinity, and will
be presented at 4 p.m. at the
Rackham East Conference Room.
It is free and more information can
be obtained by calling 764-6330.
University School of Public Health
As part of. the Martin Luther
King Jr. Commemorative Health

Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig - (996-8555) - The
Variables make x equal y
The Earle - (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville on the ivories.
Mr. Flood's Party - (995-2132)
Private Sector tonight.
Mountain Jack's - (665-1133)
Lifeline plays top 40.
The Nectarine Ballroom -- (994-
5436) - Gay dance night featuring
high-energy dance music with DJ
Roger LeLievre. .
Rick's American Cafe - (996-
2747) - Rockin' ska with BFA.
U-Club - (763-2236) - Reggae
Dance Party with CBN DJ Tom
Simonian.
Windows-(769-9500)-Mass Ap-
peal should appeal to all.
Music
Ann Arbor Public Library
Handel and Bach Week is the
event, a program celebrating the
300th birthdays of the two com-
posers is the event. Music historian
Richard LeSueur, head of the
Library will talk, and a chamber
music performance will be given
by a University music student
string quartet with harpsichordist
James Frey. No charge for ad-
mission, 7 p.m. at the main branch
of the library in the Ann Arbor
Public Library basement meeting
room. 343 S. 5th Ave. Call 994-2333
for more info.
Kerrytown Concert Hall
The only American string quar-
tet to win top prizes in both the
Munich and the Portsmouth inter-
national competitions is made up
of Indiana University-South Bend
music professors and they will be
the evenings guests in a recital of
music by Mozart, Bartok and
Mendelssohn. 8 p.m. at the
Kerrytown Concert Hall, 415 N. 4th
Ave., and tickets are priced at $8,
$5 for students. Call 769-2999 for in-
fo.
Stage
University of Michigan English
Department
' A poetry reading by Garrett
Kaoru who is an award winning
poet. He will read from his work
Yellow Light which deals with
origins and their search for them. 4
p.m., Rackham West Conference
Room. Free. 764-5272.
Speakers
Citizen's Trust Lunch and Learn
Billy Frye, University of
Michigan's vice president for

E N p.m. for this free lecture. Call 995-
4357 for more information.

Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig-(996-
8555) -Reggae Dance Party
featuring Shangoya from Min-
nesota.
The Earle-(994-0211)-Larry
Manderville plays your favorites.
Mr. Flood's Party-(995-
2132)-You don't need to be bright
to see the need to see Al Hill and
the Headlights.
Mountain Jack's - (665-
1133)-Lifeline plays danceable
top 40.
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994-
5436)-Domino, Detroit-based
Motown-influenced band.
Rick's American Cafe-(996-
2747)-Sez here that Al Hill and the
Headlites are playing at Rick's,
too...
U-Club-(763-2236)-You think
you're funny? Prove it at Laugh
Track.
Windows-(769-9500)-Whisper
rocks way hard.
Music
Women's City Club
Soprano Norma Gentile and for-
tepianist Marianne Ploger per-
form songs by Mozart, Reichart,
Haydn and Beethoven. Oriana is a
group of Academy of Early Music
musicians and Gentile and Ploger
are members of this fine group.
10:30 a.m. at the Women's City
Club, 1830 Washtenaw Avenue.
Tickets are $4, and $2.50 for
students. You can call 663-7962 for
more info.
University Conference on the
Holocaust
The popular local multi-
instrumentalist folk duo of Laszlo
and Sandor Slomovits will perform
East European popular songs and
cantorial works, accompanied by
readings from Hasidic tales of the
Holocaust. A reception will follow
the performance and tickets are
available by calling the Hillel of-
fice at 663-3336. 8 p.m. at the-Hillel
Foundation, 1429 Hill St.
University Musical Society
The National Symphony Or-
chestra of Washington D.C. under
the supreme leadership of world-
reknowned musician Mstislav
Rostropovich, will make their first
Ann Arbor appearance in perfor-
mance of music by Beethoven and
Shostakovich. How can it be
missed? It simply can not! Tickets
range from $8-$18 and available at
BurtonTower and at the door. Call
665-3717 for more details on this hot
item.

Old Fourth Ward Association
Grill the candidates on the future
of the city, and that of the Old
Fourth Ward, 7:30 p.m. in the
Community High Media Center.
Free. Call 761-4751 for more infor-
mation.
Bars and Clubs
The Apartment- - (769-
4060)-Jazz and Jam Session.
The Blind Pig-(996-
8555)-Radio King and his All Star
Soul Band dish out first-rate R&B
and more.
The Earle-(994-0211) -Larry
Manderville at the keyboard.
Mr. Flood's Party-(995-
2132)-Back at last-George
Bedard and the Bonnevilles.
Mountain, Jack's -- (665-
1133)-Lifeline lays out top 40.
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994-
5436)-UAC benefit with DJ J.
Barry.
Rick's American Cafe-(996-
2747)-Surreal Estate transcends
your reality.
U-Club--(763-2236)-Acoustic
and amplified (loud) performers
tonight at Soundstage.
Windows-(769-9500)-Yipes!
It's Mass Appeal
Music
American Guild of Organists Bach
Marathon
The American Guild of Organists
will honor J.S. Bach, born three
hundred years ago today, in a
"Non Stop Bach" marathon.
Location: First Congregational
Church, 608 East William at State.
Free admission 761-7712.
Michigan Union Arts Programs
Violinist Sharon Harmon joined
by pianist John Hess will be
featured at Music at Mid Day
playing works by Bartok and
Chausson. Hear these music
students perform in the Michigan
Union Pendleton Room at- 12:15
p.m. Admission, complimentary.
763-5900.
Stage
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
The Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Main Street Production will
feature The Dining Room at 8 p.m.
See Friday's listing.
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Bars and Clubs
Del-Rio Bar-(761-2530)-Jazz,
proffered by Paul Vornhagen and
Friends.
Mr. Flood's Party-(995-
2132)-Get on the line to see John-
ny Jones and the Phones. -
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994-
5436)-Star Tracking, hosted by
noted local promoter Les Harvey.
Music
Kerrytown Concert Series
Let's all go and hear a piano
recital by local pro Andrew Ander-
son in performances of music by
Carter, Bach, Schumann and

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