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Friday, September 20, 1985

Street party offers diverse activities

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By Michael Drongowski
H AVE YOU EVER looked at a
painting or sculpture and
mused, "Pshaw, I could do that"?
Does Edvard Munch's expressionistic
Work make you want to scream? Do
you harbor a secret - or maybe not-
so-secret - yen to arm yourself with
a freon-propelled cylinder of fire
engine red and do a number on your

living room wall? Not to worry. These
artistic urges can be vented this Sun-
day, September 22, at the Ann Arbor
Art Association's 75th anniversary
pARTy.
"The event will focus on having a
good time with art," said Marsha
Chamberlain, Art Association
Executive Director. "Attendees can
try their hand at group mural pain-
ting, graffiti fence art, origami (an
ancient Japanese art of paper sculp-

ting), banner design, fence painting,
wood sculpture, and printing their
own T-shirts."
These activities serve to highlight
the major intent of the Association -
involving the community with the
visual arts. Since its founding in 1909
the Ann Arbor Art Association has
had as its primary purpose the
welfare of the visual arts in Ann Ar-
bor. In all of its programs, the Art
Association maintains the duality of

Eclipse Jazz opens 10th season

By Marc S. Taras
H AR-RUMP Bump Bump Bomp! Har-rump Bump
Bump Bomp! Me feet can't fail me now, my feet
can't fail me now! Hoo Lawd! Ann Arbor!Wake up and
celebrate! That song has been percolating in the recesses
of my brain ever since PJ first played it for me. And bob-
bing ever nearer the surface since I heard about the Dirty
Dozen Brass Band coming to town! Hoo Lawd!
A year or two ago Madcat Ruth returned from
engagements in New Orleans. When asked what he had
heard he became very animated in his recollection of the
Dirty Dozen Brass Band. And now Eclipse Jazz has
brought them to Ann Arbor at no little expense to kick off
their 10th Anniversary season. And what a way to begin!
First there will be a parade led by the band this Sunday at
neon. That evening at 8 p.m. in the Michigan Ballroom the
fdn begins. And bring your dancing shoes folks! For this
group of players your energy is required. If you feel awk-
ward, not to worry, just get rooted and shake,. man!
The Dirty Dozen originated around 1977 as a kazoo band
and evolved relatively quickly. Last year marked their

first New York gigs, where they played two-and-a-half
weeks running at the Village Gate.
The Dozen function as an eight piece band with a reper-
toire of about 40 carefully crafted arrangements. The
band consists of baritone saxophonist Roger Lewis,
Efrem Towns and Greg Tate on tumpets, Kevin Harris on
tenor sax, trombonist Charles Johnson, Kirk Joseph on
sousaphone, Jennell Marshall on snare and Benny Jones
on bass drum. These guys carry the tradition of one of the
oldest jazz forms. The sort of bands that play at jazz
funerals - and they still do.
This traditional nature makes the Dirty Dozen Brass
Band a natural choice for kicking off the 10th season for
Eclipse. What makes them even more appropriate is their
embodiment of tradition in transition. After getting great
response to Jimmy Forrest's, "Night Train" at a funeral
the band decided that they could play almost anything.
And they do so proudly and with relish. Thrill to their ver-
sion of "Blue Monk." Dance to their nods to Miles, pop
music, even Michael Jackson.
It all starts Sunday at noon with the free parade offering
an appetite-whetter and feet-warmer. But they will be
throwin' the sawdust on the floor Sunday night at 8 p.m. in
the Michigan Union Ballroom while the Dirty Dozen Brass
Band kick it up.

working with and for artists while
providing enrichment- and in-
volvement with the visual arts for
adults and young people in the com-
munity through exhibits, lectures,
classes, tours, and workshops.
These ideals echo those of the %
Association's founders, University of
Michigan faculty members employed 3
as zoologists, botanists and medical
illustrators, who wished to express
themselves creatively in a non- ]
academic manner, and share the
benefits of expression with others.
The exhibits they presented ap- 1
peared roughly four times per year
with subjects ranging from Persian
rugs to paintings to prints to thematic
shows. These thematic shows were of-
ten surrounded by great controversy,
the largest involving the im-
pressionist pieces of the 1930s. The
public was outraged at these
"strange" works and the Association PW
wa3 forced to hold public meetings to
explain the intent of their exhibition.
In 1922 the Association achieved
ron-profit, tax-exempt status and
began to bring organized exhibits
from other parts of the country to
Michigan, sponsor lectures, and
exhibit the works of local artists in
public buildings in Ann Arbor. They
also established a collection that was In celebration of their 75th anniversary, the Ann Arbor Art Association is
later donated to the University of sponsoring what it calls a pARTy on West Liberty Street between Main
Michigan Museum of Art. The and Ashley from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Association, in fact, operated out of
Alumni Memorial Hall, the present
site of the University's Museum of Art, financial contributions. for more and broader arts education
and received support from the Well established at this point, and in the primary, secondary, and
University in the form of free office, with public support to bolster their ef- college curricula, specifically
work and exhibit space, as well as forts, the Association began to lobby See ART, Page 7
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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

PEOPLE DANCING RUMMAGE SALE - support
this local dance company and get some great
deals. Beautiful men's, women's and kids' clothes,
b & w tv, as new typewriter, rugs, housewares,
books, records, appliances, furniture and radios.
Jet over to 324 Catherine St. (between Division &
5th) Sat. 8-3 Sun. 10-2. 81B0920
BIG BARGAINS - 3 family garage sale in Burns
Park area. Featuring clothes, appliances, athletic
equipment and much more. Everything priced to
sell. Saturday 9 to 3. 1115 Granger (between State
and Packard). 92B0920
ROUND TRIP FLIGHT to PHOENIX. December
24 to January 7. ONLY $250. Call 662-9146. 87B0926
'78 CHEVETTE. '79 engine, automatic. Runs well.
$900. 485-2148. 64B0923.
GIANT USED BOOK SALE at the Michigan Union
Pendleton Room on Saturday, September 21 from
9a.m.-9p.m. 67B0920
HONDA AERO - Must sell. $650 or best offer.
973-1220. 55B0927
FOR SALE HP-41CV calculator $100.00, HP-16C
$50.00, HP-32E $30.00, all perfect condition. 1-453-
6738. 42B0913

1972 DUSTER for sale. Excellent condition!
Recent Trans., Brake, Radiator Overhaul. $350 or
Best Offer. Call Mike. 662-1063. 20B0920
IBM SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER. Excellent
condition. Ten ribbons. $200. (662-1846 evenings.)
22B0920
'78 MERCURY ZEPHYR 2 drive, 79,000 miles,
stick shift. $800, 973-2282 evenings or weekends.
53B0920
WANTED: Inexpensive, used printer. Call Bill
761-9234leave message. 79B0925
1978 RENAULT Le Car. 50,000 miles. Little
rust. Runs great, looks good. Gas saver. $900.00
995-2494 after 5:00. dBtc
BIKE - Red Raleigh. New wheels, grip, lock and
cable. Small bike $50 or reasonable offer. Cindy
761-6545 after 5 p.m. NCB0925
1977 CHEVY IMPALA - Power brakes and
steering, air. Roomy and reliable. $625. Call
994-5815. 84B0927
IS IT TRUE You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through
the U.S. government? Get the facts today! Call 1-
312-742-1142. Ext. 1137A. 77B101

1973 BUICK must sell $300 or best offer. Karl
761-6740. 74B0924
1979 FORD MUSTANG V6. AC, AM/FM 50,029
miles. $2,900.761-9108 after 4:30 p.m. 76B0925
-ATTENTION STUDENTS-
Giant Flea Market
Household items, furniture, jewelry, vintage
clothing, new and old, 150 dealers. 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Fri., 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat-Sun 214 E. Michigan
at Park,:Downtown Ypsilanti 487-5890,971-7676.
cBtc

FOR RENT

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Malayan chiefs
6 Latvian city
10 China or glass
follower
14 Avoid by
artifice
15 Don't give-
16 "- first
you don't..."
17 Massenet
opera
18 Way to
communicate
20 Communi-
cated, in a way
22 Sends a
warning
23 - Grey
Chaplin
24 Central
Russian city
25 Dresses by
designer Juan
27 - the switch
31 Steiger
32 Weather word
34 Islamic sect
35 Nimbus
37 Covered
colonnades
39 Classify
40 Ticket tear-off
41 Aunt, in
Augsburg
43 Teacher's org.
44 Term on
campus
47 Way in
49 "... them -
.hills"
50 London
apartment
51 Radiant energy
unit
54 Having certain
limits

2 Jai -
3 Igbo telegraph?
4 Handsome
youth
5 Governing
bodies
6 Assess
7 Angered
8 Sal, for one
9 Wisdom unit?
10 Radio, British
style
11 Distant,
poetically
12 Completely
engrossed
13 Numerical
endings
19 Gaiety
21 Wears well
24 Founder of the
Ottoman
Empire
25 Kind of roots
26 Course
27 Like stadium
crowd
28 Sound-spelling
advocates
29 Buenos -
30 Informal
farewells

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48
51

Aquatic animal
Encouraging
- of life
Overshadow
Scat!
Dances to a
Latin beat
Dugouts
Illumination
unit

52 Protagonist
53 Pearl Buck
heroine
54 Artist Charles
- Gibson
55 Near East ruler
56 Head, to Henri
57 Welcome sight
in Piccadilly
59 Sandhurst inst.

FEMALE SPACE AVAILABLE Right on campus
(338 E. Jefferson) in quiet, 13-member cooperative
$258/month includes food, all utilities, laundry,
newspapers, etc. 996-5956 88C0920
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Share double in
3 bedroom bi-level apartment. 3 blocks from both
Medical and Central. $179/month. Call evenings
357-3219. 82C0925
PARKING - CAMPUS: South University and
Forest. 761-9635 or 761-7400. 21c0918
THE FOREST APARTMENTS - One efficiency
now for rent. Includes heat and water. Completely
furnished. For more information 483-7232 or
996-3582. 54C0930
BEAUTIFUL ROOM available for female in
2-bedroom apartment on East Williams. Ideal
location, 2 blocks from Diag. Apt. has high
ceilings, wood floors, plenty storage, good
security. Call662-0174. 6000920
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

MIX-INS. Pop, juice, candy, gum, munchies and
everything you need from the drugstore. Village
Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFct
END OF SUMMER SALE at the MUSEUM GIFT
SHOP. Wall decoration for the Dorm room, Ethic
craft, minerals, fossils, and much more! EXHIBIT
OF NATURAL HISTORY. N. University and
Geddes 764-0480. 5OF0920
W. ARMAND FUZZI - Had a wonderful time in
the Windy City. Love you much. - Private
Dancer. 75F0920
ALL YOUR COSMETIC needs at the Village
Apothecary. 1112 S. University. cFtc
1979 CAMARO BERLINETTA. Asking $3,600 or
best offer. V-8, automatic, 8-track, AC. Call
995-0320 after 6 p.m. 37F0926
IF YOU'RE GAY, or think you might be, and are
male, and would like to join a group led by
trained gay facilitators and talk with men like
yourself about "coming out" to yourself, to the
gay community, or to non-gay people, please call
763-4186 or 662-1977 weekdays. 75F0927
YOUR ORGANIZATION
NEED MONEY?
Campus group needed to sell 1985-86 Student
Directories.
Liberal Commission
Easy Selling
Call Nancy McGlothlin at Student Publications,
764-0550, between 10 a.m, and 4 p.m., M-F.
ENJOY going to Parties? Enjoy taking photo-
graphs? Do both and make $4-$8/hour. No equip-
ment necessary. The Picture Man 994-3914
Monday-Friday 10-5. 46F0920
WORKSHOP FOR SINGLE MEN AND WOMEN.
September 27-29. "Creating New Relationships."
Residential experential skill - practice weekends
with Bob Blood Ph.D., Margaret Blood M.A. $35
registration plus sliding scale professional fee.
769-0046. 52F0926
WRITERS' BLOCK
CURED
Send $2 for catalog of over 1 6,000 topics
to assist your writing efforts and help you
defeat Writers' Block. For info., call TOLL-
FREE 1-800-621-5745. (In Illinois, call 312-
922-0300) Authors' Research, Rm. 600-N
407 S. Dearborn, Chicago, IL 60605.
STUDENT SERVICES
FOREIGN STUDENTS: Recently Published,
GUIDE TO GREENCARD FROM F/J/H/M VISAS.
Free details: Immigration Publications, P.O. Box
515991, Dallas, TX 75251. 02G0925
BIKE REPAIR - Tired of leaving your bike at
other shops for weeks at a time? We guarantee
One Day Repair Service. Student Bike Shop 607
S. Forest at S. University. 662-6986 next to
Village Corner. 33G0926

WANTED - Bus boys for luncheon/dinner at the
mudbowl. Call Scott 668-8949. 68H0924
MEDICAL ASSISTANT. Physician's office, family
practice and weight reduction. Nursing major or
minor preferred. Part time, Ypsilanti. 483-8338.
73H1001
HOUSECLEANING. 1 year experience. 761-9040
Caren. Graduate students preferred. 71H1001
TV TECHNICIAN. Full or part time. 665-5788
days. 18H0920
BUSBOYS NEEDED by sorority lunches and/or
dinners. Call 761-1220. 83H0925
BUS HELP WANTED in Sorority House. Set up
and waiters. 5-7 p.m. 996-8313. 80H1002
NORMAL MEN ages 18-40, non-smokers, no "hay
fever" needed for study of effects on lung function
of temperature and humidity at General Motors
Environmental Research Chamber, Warren, MI.
Study involves five, non-consecutive 12 hour days
with temperature and humidity varying from 60F
and 15% humidity to 95F and60% humidity; and,
an initial evaluation at the Pulmonary Division,
University of Michigan Hospitals. Compensation
of $400.00 upon completion of study. Call Ann
Stevens at 764-9522, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., M-F. A joint
UM-GM research project. 77H0919
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is looking for energetic
students seeking experience in advertising sales.
Applications are available at the Student Publi-
cations Bldg., 420 Maynard St. Call Dawn
Willacker at 764-0554 for details. dHtc
WALLET THINNING? Earn up to and beyond
$10/hr. quickly and easily. Set your hours. Work
alone or with friends. No experience necessary.
Interested? Then call 764-8716 or 764-8725. 34H0920
SUMMER JOBS! National Park Co.'s. 21 Parks -
5,000+ Openings. Complete Information $5.00.
Park Report. Mission Mountain Company 651 2nd
Avenue WN, Kalispell, MT 59901. 74H0927
FEDERAL, STATE, & Civil jobs now available.
Call 1-619-565-1657 for info. 24 hrs. 25H0920
MAUDE'S RESTAURANT seeking energetic,
hard working individuals for part time line cook,
pantry and dish positions. Will pay for experience
or train the right person. Please apply between
2-5 p.m., 314 S. Fourth Avenue, Ann Arbor.
39HJ927
ENJOY going to Parties? Enjoy taking photo-
graphs? Do both and make $4-$8/hour. No
equipment necessary. The Picture Man 9943914
Monday-Friday 10-5. 47H0920
MAKE MONEY AND HAVE FUN selling T-shirts
from International bars and taverns. Write or call
Passport Internationale, 159 Rutledge, Charleston,
SC 29403 51H0920
WORLD'S GREATEST JOB. Telephone inter-
viewers needed for marketing research firm.
Some typing necessary, computer terminal ex-
perience helpful. Part-time hours, day and evening
flexibility. Must have own transportation. $3.50/
hour to start. Call Neal & Associates, 973-9033
9a.m.-1 p.m. 49H0920
"WORK for academic credit or volunteer at the
Pound House Children's Center this Fall. Located
at Hill and East University. Come over for a visit
or call 764-2547 for more information." 40H0920
"HARDEE'S, HIRING for all shifts. $50 bonus
for day employees after 30 days of work when you
bring in this ad. Benefits include free uniforms,
paid breaks, discount meals, and terrific working
environment. See manager at 175 N. Maple for
more details." 43H0926
WANTED - 2 high energy seniors or juniors to
sell customized sportswear to fraternities and
sororities, can earn $150/evening. CallHBecky
484-4768. 61H0923
WANTED - Someone to drive my car from Ann
Arbor to Portland, Oregon area; approximately
October 11th. 665-6436. 56H920
HELP WANTED

WORK STUDY STUDENTS - needed for ad-
ministrative duties at Art Organization/Gallery,
For more information call 662-3819. Ask for
Judith. 66H0923
DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED - part time
shifts available, days and nights. Call China on the
Run at 994-3151. 36H0925
MISCELLANEOUS
FREE HIDE-A-BED couch. Yellow, vinyl. 6'4'x
You must haul. 995-0636. 78M0920
SPARE ROOM? Student-artist needs compli-
mentary studio. Will consider any offer. John
761-8048. 48M0921
BUSINESS SERVICES
A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
any service, first visit only. Call 662-2544 for ap-
pointment. cJtc
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
**20% Discount - 1st paper!! "*
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letter
theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-524
cJtc
THE NEW SCHOOL OF PIANO
First lesson complimentary. 994-0371 .
cJ1211
TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
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ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
DALI JAMES AHOY
ACID OLIVE RAVE
MEMO LINER CREW
SPL ITT I NGHAI RS
AHS EON
SORTS T1AG MEA A
A MO C A P 0TE BO0N
E GO P E R ILS I DE A
M A RGE YID S U SE RS
A RC A G T
A V ID I N GOT N E R
R I DE LOO S E C LA W
P LA N E N TER T YP E
9120/85

DORM DOINGS

HEY, FIRST SOUTH! We're going to East Quad
1985 Quaddieball Champs! Game I Saturday
3:15 p.m. - Love, Vicki.
PSI UPSILON VOLLEYBALL BASH - Saturday,
1000 Hill. All day tournament among Michigan
fraternities. $2 donation. Food and refreshments.
Proceeds to Ronald MacDonald House-Ann Arbor.
WANTED: Girls Hall Volleyball Team to play
guys hall volleyball team. Leave message for Jim
London at Alice Lloyd front desk. 764-1172.
WENDY - Good Luck on Van Tyne and with your
first semester here at U of M. Have fun!!
Love, Bill and John.
CRETINS of Marley Elliot - Hello from Plas,
Jefe, Sir Cretin, the Rambi, and Sherma!!
KAREN S. - Hey Cuz!! Welcome to U of M! Good
Luck with your first year. Love, Melanie. Call me!
761-7633.
TARDA', Ann Arbor's Doctor Who Fan Club, will
hold its mass meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 24th;
East Quad Rm. 124,8 p.m.
KATHY RAGE - Enjoy your first big year at the
big "U", B-School, and Markley life!! Smel.
HEY GINA! This Ballantine's for you! Charlie!
Kick ___! 5th Hamilton, you're tops! Love,
Margie.
HEY, EAST QUAD! Big Meeting for Halloween
Party Monday, September 23 8:30 p.m. Greene
Lounge! Get involved in the biggest best bash
ever!
THETA DELTA CHI Little Sisters Happy Hour.
Saturday evening, 5:30-8:00, 700 S. State. Learn
.....61 ------n ~ann-A nvfr

TICKETS
WANTED: Football tickets for Maryland games
Call NOW - Jim 663-3873. 86Q0926
SELLING: Maryland - Michigan football tickets.
Reasonable prices. Call JIM 663-3823. 85Q0920,
FACE VALUE tickets for sale - Maryland,
Wisconsin, Indiana, Purdue ONLY. 973-9582. *
cQtc
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for UM football tick-
ets. Call 973-6327. cQtc
WANTED - To purchase Wisconsin football
tickets in groups of 3, located between the 20's.
Call 668-6704. 72Q0920
WANTEDI
Uot M
SEASON TICKETS
need 4 sets
call 313-585-6464
ROOMMATES
ROOMMATE WANTED: Non-smoker to share 2
bedroom Apt. in Pattengill condo unit. Mostly
furnished. Patio Balcony, pool, heat & water
included. If interested call Bruce - 662-2831.
9050928

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home football games. Call after 6 p.m. 626-0048.
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