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ENTERTAINP
(Continued from Page 9) AAFC
monica-University School of Music Aafs
These two University Music School A band of wealthy aristocrats pur-
ensembles perform works composed sue their own iterests with
by an alumnus of the School, George disastrous results. A vitriolic look at
Crumb, who is recognized as one of the conflict between wealth, power,
our country's leading composers. Carl and happiness. French with subtitles.
ourount.'s l eadi cts t m usical ex- Nat. Sci., 7:00 p.m. only, $2.00/single,
St. Clair directs thismuiaex $3.00/double.
travaganza which will end with a Th dTnDrum (Volker Shlondroff,
monumental composition requiring 1979) MTF
the assistance of four other conduc- A shocking story of a little boy
tors. 8 p.m. at Hill Auditorium. Free. Oskar who, terrified of the adult world
For more information, call 763-4726. ^ ad n'r

I ENTS
WEDNESDAY

Campus Cinema
Days of Heaven (Terrence Malick,
1978) CG
Three urban migrants find work
with a rich Texas farmer whom they
believe to be dying. The Texan farmer
falls for the migrant woman, and a
passionate love triangle ensues. The
country's harsh grandeur is captured
brilliantly on film, making this movie
a visual masterpiece of exquisite
lyricism. Starring Richard Gere, Sam
Shepard, and Brooke Adams. Aud. A,
7:00 p.m. and 9:05 p.m., $2.00.
LeCorbeau (Henri-Georges Clouzot,
1943) AAFC
A spine-tingling thriller about a
town terrorized by a series of vicious
poison-pen letters that drive some
townspeople to crime and suicide. An
examination of denunciation, mass-
hysteria and fear during WWII Nazi
occupation of France. French with
subtitles. Nat. Sci., 8:45 p.m. only,
$2.00/single, $3.00/double.
Lumiere D'ete (Jean Gremilion, 1942)

of sex, violence anadHitier s rising
Nazisin, refuses to grow after the age
of three. A wonderful adaptation of
Gunter Grass's famous novel. Ger-
man with subtitles. Mich., 8:00 p.m.
only. $3.00, $2.50/students, seniors.
The Toughest Job You'll Ever Love
An account of three Americans in
Asia, Africa and South America
working for the Peace Corps. Former
Peace Corps volunteers will be on
hand to answer questions. Inter-
national Center, 7:30 only. Free.
LaVictoria (Peter Lilienthal, 1973) C2
A partially-staged documentary of
the political situation in Chile in the
spring of 1973.The plot centers on Mar-
cela, her everyday life as a member
of the politically indifferent middle-
class and her gradual change to
political consciousness and the
Socialist movement. Based on her ex-
periences of social injustice. The film
ends with the colorful promise of hope
with the election of Unidad Popular on
March 4, 1973. MLB 3, 7:30 p.m. only.
$2.00.

NOVEMBER SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
EVERY MONDAY: GELEN DAVIS' STUD CLUB 0
EVERY TUESDAY: ROGER "NIGHT FEVER" LELIEVRE
with
HIGH ENERGY DANCE MUSIC
EVERY WEDNESDAY: LADIES NIGHT
FREE ADMISSION AND PRICE DRINKS 'TIL MIDNIGHT
with
STEVE KING AND THE DITTLIES
EVERY THURSDAY: DRINK SPECIALS
with
D.J. DR. BUBBA "T".
$ EVERY FRIDAY
$1 HAPPY HOUR - 4-7:30 with D.J. LES HARVEY
NIGHT: TOP FORTY with D.J. "THE WIZARD"
EVERY SATURDAY
DOMINO
E SUNDAY NIGHT:
MEGA FUNK with D.J. "THE WIZARD"
FOR FURTHER INFO: 994-5360

Bars and Clubs
The Ark-(761-1451)- Open Mike
night.
Bird of Paradise-(662-8310)-The
Ron Brooks Trio jazz the night away.
The Blind Pig-(996-8555)-Robyn
Hitchcock. See Performance.
The Earle-(994-0211)-Relax with
Larry Manderville.
Mr. Flood's Party-(996-2132)-The
joyful sounds of Bob Cantu and
Joyhouse.
Mountain Jack's-(665-
1133)-Musician-comedian Don
Dowland.
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994-
5436)-Steve King and the Dittilies.
Rick's American Cafe-(996-
2747)-The sky's the limit with
Skyscrapers.-,
U-Club-(763-2236)-UAC 's Laugh,
Track.
Performance
Robyn Hitchcock-Prism Produc-
tions
Modern British rocker Hitchcock
brings his unique style to Ann Arbor.
This former leader of the Soft Boys
has been doing will with his latest
album Fegmania. 9:30 p.m. at The
Blind Pig, 208 S. First. Tickets are
$8.50 in advance at Schoolkids', P.J.'s
and The Blind Pig, and at the door. For
more details call 996-8555.1
Vienna Symphony Or-1
chestra-University Musical Society
Wolfgang Sawallisch conducts this
world-famous orchestra in a tribute toi
the Strausses-Johann Sr. and Jr.,1
Josef, and Richard. Selected works,
will include Johann Sr.'s Radetzky
March, and Josef's The Dragonfly. 8
p.m. at Hill Auditorium. Tickets are
$8-$18 in advance at Burton Tower and
at the door. For more info. call 665-
3717.
Campus Cinema1
For Your Eyes Only (John Glen, 1981)
MED
James Bond (Roger Moore) is off to
Greece to recover a top-secret British1
naval device. Along the way he bumps
into a mysterious man involved in in-1
ternational smuggling and a beautiful
woman bent on revenge. Nat. Sci, 7:151
p.m. and 9:30 p.m., $2.50.
Jacob Von Gunten (Peter Lilienthal,
1971) C2
Jacob von Gunten's education is an
exercise in compliance and subor-
dination.,At the Institute Benjamenta
in Berlin, a school for domestic ser-
vants, there is no education
system-there is only a single lesson
offered repeatedly; the instructory
are either asleep or dead and the
pupils find nothing unusual in this
situation. MLB 3, 7:30 p.m. only. $2.00
donation requested.
The World According To Garp
(George Roy Hill, 1982) MTF
Author John Irving takes a cameo
role in this absurdist comedy of lust,
mortality and fate. Starring Glenn
Close and Robin Williams as Garp.
Mich, 7:00 p.m. only.
$3.00/single/double, $2.50/students,
seniors.
Hotel New Hampshire (Tony Richar-
dson, 1984) MTF
The plot revolves around a hotel
owner, his family and friends, and the

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crazy activities in which they become
nvolved. Based on John Irving's best-
selling novel. Starring Jodie Foster,
Beau Bridges, Nastassja Kinski, and
Rob Lowe. Mich., 9:30 p.m. only, $3.00
/single/double, $2.50/students,
senors.
THURSDAY-

Bars and Clubs
The Ark-(761-1451)-Guitarist
Nancy Vogl.
Bird of Paradise-(662-8310)-The
Ron Brooks Trio is back.
The Blind Pig-(996-8555)-See it all
with Map of the World.
the Earle-(994-0211)-Larry Man-
derville on the keyboard.
Main Street Comedy
Showcase- (996-9080)-Live from
Chicago it's Ed Fiala.
Mr. Flood's Party-(995-
2132)-Rockbilly with The Wild
Woodys.
Mountain Jack's-(665-
1133)-Laugh and sing with Don
Dowland.
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994-
5436)-It's a Dance Party!
Rick's American Cafe-(996-
2747)-Fasten your seatbelts.it's Fast
Tracks.
U-Club- (763-2236)-Soundstage.
Performance
Evita-UAC MUSKET
Don't cry for me, Argentina... the
turbulent and true story of Eva Peron,
the wife of former Argentine dictator
Juan Person, is brought to life by a
cast of mostly non-theater majors.
University musical theater major
Doug LaBrecque directs MUSKET'S
own version of Weber & Rice's Tony-
winning pop-opera. 8 p.m. at the
Power Center. Tickets are $5.50-$6.50
in advance at the Michigan Union
Ticket Office, all Ticketworld outlets,
and at the door. For more infor-
mation call 763-1107. To charge tickets
by phone, call 763-8587.
Judy's Gourmet Plays -University
Streetlight Theater.
Imagine eleven short plays writ-
ten, directed, and performed by this
university-student group. The plays to
be performed include: Mom Returns
from the Horse Races," featuring
poetic fights and complicated palin-
dromes; Fred, a drama about four
restless youths all named Fred;
Goodnight Nurse, a comedy about a
hospital where wackiness abounds;
The Women with Very Long Arms, a
play rich in slapstick humor; The
Knave of Hearts, a rhyming domestic
drama with jolly music and brilliant
stage effects; and Thumbelina: A
Short Tale, a domestic drama of
youth's striving for independence.
Show begins at 8 p.m. at the Univer-
sity Residential College Auditorium,
East Quad. Admission is free. Call
665-5479 for more information.
Michael W. Smith-University Office
of Major Events
After playing in Amy Grant's band
for two years, pop-rocker Smith has
decided to go it alone-with some
pleasantly surprising results. His first
solo album has been nominated for
Grammy awards in white gospel
music. Smith is also in contention for
several Dove awards, including best
songwriter, instrumentalist, male
vocalist, and song of the year. The

show opens featuring white gospel R-
& B singer Kathy Troccoli. The per-
formance will begin at 8 p.m. at the
Hill Auditorium. Tickets are $9.50-
$11.50 in advance at WhereHouse
Records, Michigan Union Ticket Of-
fice, all Ticketworld outlets and at the
door. Call 7638587 for more information or
to charge tickets.
Performance
Music at Mid Day-Michigan Union
Arts Program
University music student Sharon
Kleinhuizen tickles the ivories in her
own sparkling program. The perfor-
mance features the works of Debussy,
Beethoven, and Chopin. 12:15 p.m. at
the Michigan Union Pendleton Room.
Free. Call 764-6498 for more infor-
mation.
Blackmail (Alfred Hitchcock, 1929)
C2
Hitchcock's first talking picture is a
first-rate thriller about a Scotland
Yard detective and his sweetheart
who arrange to silence a blackmailer.
With an exciting chase scene around
the rooftop of the British Museum.
Nat. Sci., 7:00 p.m. only. $2.00/single,
$3.00/double.
Destiny (Fritz Lang, 1929) C2
A young woman is given three
chances to save the life of the man she
loves. Each scene is played in a dif-
ferent location, and the film ends in
the usual, exciting Lang fashion. Nat.
Sci., 8:30 p.m. only. $2.00/single,
$3.00/double.
Citizen Kane (Orson Welles, 1941) CG
Perhaps the greatest achievement
in American cinema, this film still
remains technically dazzling. Welles
bends time and perception as a repor-
ter tries to piece together a portrait of
Charles Foster Kane, who is a thinly
veiled form of William Randolph
Hearst. The film brilliantly touches
upon a variety of themes, from the
corrupting power of wealth to the
vanity of human wishes. Aud. A, 7:00
p.m. and 9:15 p.m., $2.00.
The French Lieutenant's Woman
(Karel Reisz, 1981) MTF
In this film-within-a-film, Jeremy
Irons and Meryl Streep portray Vic-
torian lovers and are having an affair
themselves. Meryl Streep is stunning
in her portrayal of Sara Woodruff, a
19th century Englishwoman, and as
Anna, the 20th century actress who
portrays Sara in the film. Mich., 7:00
p.m. and 9:15 p.m., $3.00,
$2.50/students, seniors.
Putney Swope (Robert Downey, 1969)
Alt. Act.
Putney Swope, as the film-
mannered token black man in his ad-
vertsing firm, is suddenly transfor-
med into the chairman of the board of
Truth and Soul, Inc. A riotous outbur-
st of all the fantasies that Downey
repressed during his doomed career
in the advertising world. MLB 4, 7:30
p.m and 9:15 p.m., $2.50.
Simon (Marshall Brickman, 1980)
Hill. St.
A couple of mischevious geniuses
decided to experiment on an addled
professor (Alan Arkin). They brain-
wash him into thinking he's ar alien
and watch as he preaches about the
problems of the world. Hill St., 7:00
p.m. and 9:00p.m., $2.00.

12 Weekend/Friday, November 8, 1985

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