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Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) -
George Bedard and the Kingpins
play the Pig.
The Earle (994-0211) - Ron
Brooks Trio, of course.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) -
Bluegrass form Common Grounds.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
R&B from the B.F.P. (Blue Front
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Willie D. Warren and the Blues
Cruisers rip it out.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436) - It's time for the weekend
Dance Party.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- From Detriot (Rock City) it's
U-Club (763- 2236) - Get out the
lace! It's a Madonna dance party.
Windows (769-9500) - Whisper, a
top 40 duo.
Performance Network
Rachel Urist's Blueprints, a
surrealistic drama which spans
almost the entire chronology of the
Jewish experience opens tonight.
Director Stephanie Hilbert has
assembled a cast full of local
talent to complement this, the latest
of Urist's Ann Arbor productions.
The Michigan Council for the Arts
gave Urist a grant to complete this
play, you may remember an
earlier form of it from the Net-
work's "Works in Progress"
series. 8 pm at the Performance
Network, 408 W. Washington. $4,
less for students and senior
citizens. Call 663-0681.
AstroFest 143
Jim Loudon will be speaking on
Space Shuttle Missions 41-G and 51-
A. 41-G Was the first ever to
feature two women. Mission 51-A
retrieved two broken satellites.
Lecture will cover the details and
complications of both of these
missions. 7:30 p.m., Modern
Languages Building, Aud. 34. Free
For more info. call 426-5296.
Guild House
David Singer, a University
political science professorand
prominent authority on the causes
of war, will be speaking on Hard
Science vs. Hard Peace: U.S. and
World Peace. Soup and sandwich
lunch available for $1.00, otherwise
free. Noon at the Guild House, 802
Monroe. Questions? Call 662-5189.

University Office of Ethics and
John Cobb, a Claremont College
of Theology professor will lead a
series of talks, workshops and
panel discussions entitled. The
Nature and Place of Ethics and
Values in the University. 3-5 pm,
Hutchins Hall Room 120, Law
Quad. Free. Any questions? 764-
The Friends of the Museum of Art
The Friends Acquisition Event of
the University Art Miseum is a
chance for students to involve
themselves in the selection of new
museum pieces from Africa. Par-
ticipants are welcome to view,
discuss, and vote at the Annual
Friends Metting, at 7:30 pm in the
Museum, located at S. State and S.
University. Yearly membership
fee is a mere $10 for students and
senior citizens, $35 for the rest of
the world. Contact the member-
ship office at 764-0395 for more in-
University Folk Dance Club
As a part of the International
Folk Dancing Series, expressive
Bulgarian dancing will be taught.
No experience necessary; request
dances will follow the instruction
for those with budding talent.
Tonight at the Angell School gym-
nasium, 1608 S. University; 7:30-9
pm (instruction), 9:00-10:30 (dan-
cing). Only $1.50 for the whole
evening; more information is
available by calling 665-0219.

The Ark
Dave Van Ronk, the powerfully-
voiced guitarist who has been an
American folk great since the 60s
folk revival (which he helped
start), will be performing an
evening of classic blues and rag.
Ronk has also mastered the art of
singing comical songs. 8 pm at The
Ark, 637 S. Main St. $7 at the door
only. For more info, 761-1451.
Festival of Jewish Arts
Fay Nicoll, a popular New York
City based club singer will be per-
forming an evening of Jewish
songs in their original languages.
8:30 pm Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater, Michigan League, only
$7.50 for students. Call 663-3336 for
more info.
Kerrytown Concert House
Jesse Richards, a popular local
artist, will be performing an
evening of song and dance. She is
knows for her organization of the
Strategic Moves for Peace concert
series. Richards' performance will
combine the singing of jazz, pop
and women's music with her self-
style "earth dancing", which
utilizes elements of African jazz
dance, martial arts and ritual. 8
pm Kerrytown Concert House,
located at 415 N. Fourth Ave. Ad-
mission is only $5. For more info,
call 769-2999 or 995-2972.
Performance Network
Blueprints - see Friday's

Planetarium Theatre for one of
two different shows: The Stars of
Winter showing at 10:30 and 11:30,
or, for you late sleepers, The Win-
dy City will be showing at 1:30,
2:45, and 4:00. Tickets are an in-.
credibly reasonable $1 per person,
and that's not such a high price to
pay for a little nostalgia.

Video Night. Not just MTV
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Without a doubt, it's Killer Trout!




Bars and Clubs

The Apartment (769-4060) - On
Que plays Motown and R&B.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Sneal out to see the P.F. Flyers.

Ann Arbor Council for Traditional
Bill O'Connor and Friends put
folk zing into swing with the help of
the ann Arbor Council For
Traditional Music Guaranteed
dancing and whooping-it-up, all for
a small donation. Be at 826 W.
Huron at 8 pm and call 769-1052 if
you've got any questions.

Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) -
Private Angst pounds powerfully.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Local Stars Map of the World.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
The brand-new Detroit Fumes play
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436) - High Energy Dance Music.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- BFA, the ska band from Win-
Washtenaw Council for the Arts-
Academy of Early Music
The Academy of Early Music
presents an evening of Baroque
works for a small ensemble which
will feature Academy members. It
all begins at 8 at the Kerrytown
Concert House, 415 N. Fourth Ave.,;
and is absolutely free. Questions?
Call 769-2999.

Netherlands-America University
University political science prof-
fesor Samual Eldersveld lectures
on Basic Tends in Dutch and
American Party Politics, spon-
sored by the Netherlands-America
University Leaugue. The presen-
tation is free and will begin in the
University International Center,
603 E. Madison, at 8 pm. Call 763-
6865 for more information.
Women's International League for
Peace and Freedon
The Women's International
League for Peace and Freedom
presents University physics
professor Dan Axelrod lecturing on
America's Secret Nuclear
Strategy at 7:30 pm in the Ann Ar-
bor Public Library's meeting room
(343 S. Fifth Avenue). Absolutely
Free and socially relevant.

Main Street Comedy showcase
From Detroit! Comedian Stuart
Mitchell brings his madcap mix of
musical parody and funny stuff to
Ann Arbor. 9 pm, above the
Hiedelberg. $5. Call 996-9080 for
more stuff.


are available on subsequent nights
with your ticket stub, so there is no
excuse not to be there. At the Per-
formance Network, 408 W.
Washington. Call 663-0681 to find
out what you need to know.

Marlboro comes from Rudolf
Serkin's Vermont summer com-
munity for chamber musicians.
Their program will include
Mozart, Beethoven, and Dvorak.
Performance is at 8:30 pm,
Rackham Auditorium. Tickets
range from $5-10, and are available
at Burton Tower and the door. Call
665-3717 for more information.


Buzztones: Buzzing at the Blind Pig on 1





Bars and Clubs

The Blind Pig (996-8555)
fave Steve Nardella and his Rock &
Roll Trio.
The Earle (994-0211) - Fun with
the Ron Brooks Trio.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) -
Common Gounds plays bluegrass
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Bop to the Blue Front Persuaders.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Wilie D. Warren finishes out his
two-night stand.
The-Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436) - Everybody's working for
the Weekend Dance Party.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Motown's mighty Domino.

Men's Basketball
The Wolverines try to dunk the
Iowa Hawkeyes. 9 pm at Crisler
Arena. $6. Call 764-0247 to know
Student Pugwash -
YOU ASKED FOR IT - you got
it! Yes, it's a Nuclear Disar-
mament Game Simulation.
Today's topic is Salt III; Space-
Age Weapons. This is fun for the
whole family... a must do. For
more information, contact Shelly
at 996-0939 or Vishram at 761-6914.
University Exhibit Museum
Okay, let's be honest. When was
the last time you went to see a
planetarium show? Well here's
your big chance to relive some old
memories. Bring your sweetheart
to the University's own Ruthven

Ann Arbor Unitarian Fellowship
A Lecture by Richard Whaley of
The Soy Plant, titled, The Current
Political Situation in America. 10
am Burns Park community cen-
ter, 1320 Baldwin. Free. Call 971-
University Exhibit Museum -
Can't make any of the Saturday
showings? Well lucky for you the
Exhibit museum has Sunday
showings too. Showings of The
Windy city will be at 1:30 pm, 2:45
pm. and 4 pm this afternoon.
Tickets are still only $1 and are
available the day of the show.
Washtenaw County Parks and
Recreation Department
Buds, bark and twigs will be
your clues during a Tree Iden-
tification Walk led by a park
naturalist. Dress to face capricious
Mother Nature, and bring a
magnifying glass. No need to
bring any money though - it's
FREE. Meet at Park Lyndon
South, N. Territorial Rd. at 10 am.
You may call 973-2575.
1 3 AY
Bars and Clubs
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -

Guild House
Guild House presents a poetry
reading featuring local and
regional poets. This week's
reading begins at 8 pm at Guild
House, 802 Monroe. If you're in-
terested in participating in future
weekly readings, call 662-5189. As
always, the readings are free.
MichiganhBotanical Club- Huron
Valley Chapter
Dr. Richard Tucker will be
speaking on Environmental
Pressures and Policies in India's
Himalayan Mountains 7:45 pm at
Mattheai Botanical Gardens, 1800
North Dixboro Rd. Free. For
More info, call 764-1168.


Washtenaw Council for the Arts'
Performance Network
The Performance Network
opens Video week, a series of video
and performace pieces. Tonight's
featured artist is John Sinclair,
best known for political activism in
the 1960s, reading selected poetry
from a number of source and ac-
companied by the Motor City Blues
Scholars (which includes members
of the Urbations.) Student discoun-
ts are availableon the 3 dollar ad-
mission, and additional discounts

Botticelli Game Players
On this, as on every Tuesday, the
Botticelli Game Players met in the
Michigan League. To join in on the
fun, be there at noon across from
the cafeteria. You'll find thatthe
game, besides honing your trivia
skills, is absolutely free.



Bars and Clubs
The Appartment (769-4060) -
Jam Session with the Bugs Beddow
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - The
Buzztones burn into the B.P..
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
The Persuasions. See Music.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Wham-bang, it's the Slang.
The Nectarine Ballroom ( 994-
5436) - once again, GAlen DAvis!
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747) -
- Jump over to Rick's for the
Fabulous Checkers.
U-Club (763-2236) - Soundstage.
Joe's Star Lounge
The Persuasions, Brooklyn's
finest a capella quartet bring their
dazzling street-corner sound to the
club that would not die. Fans of
tight harmony don't even want to
think about missing this one. 9:30
pm at Joe's. Tickets are available
through Schoolkid's, R.J.'s, The
Union Ticket Office, and Ticket-
world Computer Zones. Call 665-
JOES for more material.
Michigan Union
Music at Mid Day features the
Prism Saxophone Ensemble, a trio
of University students presenting
music to munch by. 12:15 pm at the
Pendleton Room, Michigan Union.
Free. Questions? Call 763-5900.
Main Street Comedy Showcase
Stuart Mitchell provides the
laughs, see Wednesday's listing.

Performance Network
Video Week Tonight: Winners of
the Michigan Media National
Student Video Festival, and a per-
formance piece for actor and com-
puter. 8 pm at the Network, 408
West Washington. $5. Call 663-0681
for more information.
Hillel Foundation
David Harris, the deputy direc-
tor of the American Jewish Com-
mittee's International Relations
Department speaks on The Con-
dition of World Jewry: in Arab
Countries. 7 pm at Hillel. Free.
Call 663-3336.
Men's Basketball
Our hoopers battle the mighty
Michigan State Spartans. 7:30 pm
at Chrisler. $6. Call 764-0247.
Michigan League
Gosh-golly, it's that time
again...International Night returns
with a fun-filled night of food and
culture from South America. 5-7
pm at the League. Meals range
around six to eight dollars. Call
764-0446 for more information.
University of Michigan Folk Dance
Larry Weiner leads a workshop
on the folk dances of Southeastern
Europe. The first session, for ad-
vanced dancers, kicks off at 8 pm
at the Michigan Union. Wear soft-
soled shoes. Only five bucks. For
more information call Margaret

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Bars and Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) -
O.K.,Rastas; It's a Reggae Dance
Joe's Star Lounge (664-JOES) -
Get the message from the Sun
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
George Bedard reunites with the
Bonnevilles for a night of down-
home music.
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436) - DJ Galen Davis.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- East Lansing's Bop Harvey.
U-Club (763-2236) - Laugh
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The Slang: Banging Thursday at Mr. Flood's

6 Weekend/Friday, January 18, 1985


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