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What's happening
in Ann Arbor this weekend

FRIDAY

CAMPUS CINEMA

CRY, THE BELOVED
COUNTRY (Zoltan Korda, 1951),
AAFC, DBL/7:00 p.m., MLB 4.
Sidney Poitier stars in this early
attempt to depict the wretched living
conditions suffered by blacks under
the Aparthied Policy.
LOST IN THE STARS (Daniel
Mann, 1973), AAFC, DBL/9:00
p.m., MLB 4.
A musical remake of "Cry, The
Beloved Country" with a rather
unusual score.
TERMINATOR (J. Cameron,
1984), Med, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m., Nat
Sci.
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as an
amoral android who comes from the
our future to change, his past in this
taunt, exciting action film. One heck
of a good time.
PINK FLAMINGOES (John
Waters, 1971), C2, DBL/7:00 &
10:20 p.m., MLB 3.
Divine is back, and John Waters has
got her, in this cult classic about a
woman(?) who vies for the title of
"Filthiest Person In The World."
With Tab Hunter (yes, the Tab
Hunter).
ERASERHEAD (David Lynch,
1977), C2, DBL/8:50 p.m., MLB 3.
This pretentious, artsy-fartsy (read
bo-o-o-o-ring) film is totally
incoherent and should be witnessed
only by people who will gather at
an all-night cafe after seeing it and
smoke clove "sigarets" while
discussing Lynch's use of sym -
bolism and pretending they liked it.
All others, keep clear.
STOP MAKING SENSE (J.
Demme, 1984), MTF, 7:00,,
9:00, & 11:00 p.m., Mich.
One of the best concert films ever
made. Demme perfectly captures the
unbridled energy of Talking Heads
without the use of quick-cuts and
other methods that make most videos
so irking.
PERFORMANCES

Hammersmith: Prelude and
Scherzo; Hanson's Lande; and
Mendesohn/Boyd's Overture for
Winds, and others.
DOONESBURY - University
Musical Theater Department, 8
p.m., Trueblood Theater, Frieze
Bldg. (764-0450).
Tim Millett directs University
Musical Theater students in Gary
Trudeau and Elizabeth Swados's hit
musical adaptation of the popular
comic strip.
SEPTEMBER DANCES IN
EXILE - September Dances, 8
p.m., Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington ( 663-0681).
Several University dance faculty
members will perform various
modern dance pieces, including a
"harpsichord boogie" choreographed
by Gay Delanghe, and Peach Pie and
Passages by Cathy Lichtman.
OPERETTA BY THREE:
THE MUSIC OF VICTOR
HERBERT, SIGMUND ROM -
BERG AND JEROME
KERN- 8 p.m., 415 N. Fourth
Ave. (769-2999).
University School of Music
graduate Joann Gustafson will
perform songs by Herbert, Romberg,
and Kern. She will be accompanied
by local pianist John Jarrett. Wine
reception will follow the
performance.
WOODY HERMAN AND HIS
THUNDERING HERD
-University Musical Society, 4
p.m., Power Center, (764-2538).
This swing-era band will perform
both classical and jazz pieces
including works by Gershwin and
Thelonius Monk. Richard
Stoltzman will be a guest soloist.
'NIGHT MOTHER- Ann Arbor
Civic Theater Main Street
Production, 8 p.m., 338 S. Main
St. (662-7282).
This drama by Marsha Norman
explores the relationship between a
woman committing suicide and her
mother. Pat Rector and Wendy
Wright star and Neil Alexander
directs.
BARS & CLUBS
THE ARK (761-1451) -
Footloose, jazz-tinged bluegrass,
folk, and country.
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310) - Rick Roe Trio, jazz.
BLIND PIG (996-8555) -
Drivin' Sideways, country and
rockabilly.
THE EARLE (994-0211) -- Rick
Burgess Trio, jazz.

MOUNTAIN JACK'S (665-
1133) - Billy Alberts, easy
listening.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436) - Top-40 Dance Party,
DJ the Wizard.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747) - (Bop) Harvey, reggae.
SPEAKERS
BRUCE LEVIN - "Conditions
for the Maintenance of Transposons
and Plasmids in Bacterial
Populations," 4 p.m., 3011 Natural
Science.
ANN MONOYIOS AND
LAWRENCE MCDONALD -
lecture/demonstration on 18th
century performance practice, School
of Music, 3 p.m., Recital Hall.
DOUGLAS RICHSTONE -
"Are There Supermassive Black
Holes in Nearby Galaxies?"
Astronomy Department Visitors
Night, 8:30 p.m., Angell Hall,
Auditorium B.
SATURDAY
CAMPUS CINEMA
THE WILMAR 8 (Mary Beth
Yarrow & Julie Thompson, 1980),
EQFS, 7:00 p.m., EQ126.
Documentary about eight women
bankers who went on an 18-month
strike to protest sex-discrimination.
LAST TANGO IN PARIS
(Bernardo Bertolucci, 1972), CG,
7:00 & 9:20 p.m., MLB 3.
Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider
explore all the possibilities of a
totaly primitive, totally sexual
relationship. English and French
with subtitles.
RASPUTIN (AGOINA) (Elem
Klimov, 1976), AAFC, 7: 00 &
9:10 p.m., Aud A.
Yes, it's the monk they couldn't
kill, zanier than ever in this
controversial (it was banned in
Russia) docu-drama. Russian with
subtitles. Ann Arbor premier.
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING
TO ST. MATTHEW (Pier Paolo
Pasolini, 1964), C2, 7:00 & 9:30
p.m., Nat Sci.
An extraordinarily dull version of
the new testament, marked by a
gritty, almost documentary-like
reealism. Italian with subtitles.
A M A D E U S (Milos Forman,
1984), MTF, 7:00 & 10:00 p.m.,
Mich.
A spectacular telling of the life of
Mozart and Salieri, the man who
tried to destroy him for his
brilliance. "Rock me, Amadeus...
00.
TO CATCH A THIEF (Alfred
Hitchcock, 1955), Alt Act,
DBL/7:00 p.m., MLB 4.
Someone is pulling off some
spectacular robberies using the
famous technique of retired cat-
burgalar Cary Grant, and he's gst to
put a stop to it to prove his
innocence. With Grace Kelly.
NORTH BY NORTHWEST
(Alfred Hitchcock, 1959), Alt Act,
DBL/ 8:45 p.m., MLB 4.
Someone is spying and killing
ambassodors using Cary Grant's
name, and he's got to put a stop to it
to prove his innocence.

CROISSANT CONCERT -
Kerrytown Concert House, 11 a.m.,
415 N. Fourth Ave. (769-2999).
Pianist Penelope Crawford and
friends will performw/orks including
parts of Mozart's Quartet in G-
minor, Schubert's Shepherd in the
Rock, and Leclair's Violin Duo.
PENELOPE CRAWFORD
AND FRIENDS -Kerrytown
Concert House, 8 p.m., 415 N.
Fourth Ave. (769-2999).
Clarinetist Lawrence McDonald,
Stephen Marvin, and Ann Monoyois
join Crawford in works by Mozart
and Schubert. Followd by a wine
reception.
SPYRO GYRA- Eclipse Jazz, 8
p.m., Power Center (763-0046, or
763-TKTS).
This jazz sextet presents their
high-energy, rythmic blending of
progressive jazz with rock, reggae,
salsa, and African sounds.
'NIGHT, MOTHER - Ann
Arbor Civic Theater Main Street
Productions, 8 p.m., 338 'S. Main
(662-7282).
See Friday's listing for details.
DOONESBURY - University
Musical Theater Department, 8 p.m.,
Trueblood Theater, Frieze Building
(764-0450).
See Friday's listing.
SEPTEMBER DANCES IN
EXILE - September Dances, 8
p.m., Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington (663-0681).
See Friday's listing.
1986 INTERNATIONAL
ORGAN PERFORMANCE
COMPETITION - School of
Music, 10 a.m., Blanche Anderson
Moore Hall, & 1:30 p.m., Studio
2110 School of Music (764-0594).
The final round of this prestigious
competition will include
performances by Michael Bloss,
John Charron, Claudia Dumschat,
Ruth E. Hurlburt, and Louise Craig
Wilson.
BARS & CLUBS
THE ARK (761-1451) - OJ
Anderson, "talking mime."
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310) - Ron Brooks Trio with
Betty Joplin, jazz.
BLIND PIG (996-8555) - George
Bedard and the Bonnevilles, honkey-
tonk and rockabilly.
THE EARLE (994-0211) - Rick
Burgess Trio, jazz.
MOUNTAIN JACK'S (665-
1133) - Billy Alberts, easy
listening.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436) - New Music Dance
Party, DJ Jacqui O.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747) - (Bop) Harvey, reggae.
FURTHERMORE
THE UNIVERSE OF DR.
EINSTEIN - University Museum
of Natural History Planetarium,
11:30 a.m., 2 & 3 p.m., Geddes at
N. University.
Audio-visual showcase of
Einstein's work in astronomy.

CAMPUS CINEMA
THE WILD ONE (Laslo Benedek,
1954), AAFC, DBL/7:00 p.m., Nat
Sci.
Marlon Brando leads a motorcycle
gang that terrorizes a small town in
this once-banned classic. "What are
you rebelling against, Johnny?"
"Whaddaya got?"
THE WILD ANGELS (Roger
Corman, 1966), AAFC, DBL/8:30,
Nat Sci.
One of the first and most con -
troversial biker films of the late
'60's. Peter Fonda, Bruce Dem, The
Hell's Angels, and Nancy "Boots"
Sinatra.
DR. NO (Terence Young, 1963),
MTF, DBL/5:00 p.m., Mich.
The first of the Bond flicks, in
which Sean Connery must take on a
master villain in Jamaica.
GOLDFINGER (Guy Hamilton,
1964), MTF, DBL/7:5 p.m., Mich.
This time, 007 must stop a gold-
crazed madman from robbing Fort
Knox. Any movie with a character
named Pussy Galore has to be worth
checking out.
CESAR (Marcel Pagnol, 1936),
CG, DBL/7:00 p.m., MLB 4.
The final chapter of Pagnol's
Waterfront Trilogy wraps everything
up in that happenin' Marseilles
fishing town.
LAC AUX DAMES (Marc
Allegret, 1934), CG, DBL/9:15,
p.m.,MlB 4.
A young lifeguard woos a wealthy
man's daughter while his jealous ex
tries to blow the whole deal.
THE BUSINESS OF HUN -
G E R (Robert Richter), BFS,
DBLP7:30 p.m., Aud A.
Documentary about the causes and
possible cures for world hunger.
CONTROLLING INTEREST:
THE WORLD OF THE MUL -
TINATIONAL CORPORA -
TION (Calf. Newsreel, 1978), BFS,
DBL/8:00 p.m., Aud A.
Say, just what is a multinational
corporation? Watch this documen -
tary, which includes examples from
Brazil, Chile, and the U. S., and find
out.
PERFORMANCES
DOONESBURY - University
Musical Theater Department, 2
p.m., Trueblood Theater, Frieze
Bldg., (764-0450).
See Friday's listing for details.
CHAMBER MUSIC SO -
CIETY OF LINCOLN
CENTER.- University Music
Society,4 p.m., Rackham
Auditorium (764-2538).
This extremely popular six-
member ensemble will perform
works by Poulenc, Mozart, Bartok,
and Faure.
SEPTEMBER DANCES IN
EXILE - September Dances, 4
p.m., Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington (663-0681).
See Friday for further details.
26TH ANNUAL CONFER -
ENCE ON ORGAN MUSIC -
University School of Music, 8:30
p.m., School of Music Organ
Recital Hall.
Dennis Schmidt, minister of

FINE DINING
laudles (314 S. Fourth A ve.
U 662-8485)
Ann Arbor's favorite downtown haunt.
Specializing in B-B-Q baby back ribs,
large selection of chicken entrees, dinner
salads, hot and cold sandwiches, bur-
gers, beer, wine and cocktails. Open I1
a.m.-lI p.m. Mon.-Thurs., bar 'til mid-
night. Fri. and Sat. II a.m.-midnight,
bar 'til I a.m.; 4-10 p.m. Sunday, bar
'til I I p.m.
Real Seafood Co.
(341 S. Main St.; 769-5960)
Excellent fresh seafood dishes served in
a casual accommodating setting. Raw
bar and fresh catch featured daily along
with beer, wine and cocktails. Open
11:30 a.m.-ll p.m. Mon.-Thurs., bar
'til midnight; Fri. and Sat. 11:30 a.m.-
midnight, bar 'til- I a.m.; 4-10 p.m.
Sun., bar 'til l I p.m.
METZGER'S BLACK
FOREST INN
(203 E. Washington at 4th A ve.;
668-8987)
Ann Arbor's oldest restaurant. Serves
lunch and dinner daily except Monday.
Prime Rib-Prime Steaks-Seafood-
German Cuisine. Full service bar and a
delightful Bavarian atmosphere.Dinners
from $5.95 to $8.75. We will validate
city parking lot tickets for car port

PERFORMANCES

Dining and Drink

SUNDAY

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ANGELO'S RESTAURANT

CASUAL DINING

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Casual Dining
In the Heart of the U-M Campus.
FEATURING:
".charbroiled steaks
" searood
" Mexican entrees
" 2 lb. Gourmet hamburger
" Largest Beer Selection Uptown
Ashley's, 338 S. State, Ann Arbor 996-9191
"BEST NEW RESTAURANT.. ."
-1986 Ann Arbor News Restaurant Poll

AFTERNOON DELIGHT
One of Ann Arbor's most popular break-
fast spots featuring freshly baked muf-
fins, Belgian waffles, Eggs Benedict,
blintzes and omelettes. Lunch and din-
ner specialties include homemade soup,
huge sandwiches, salads, stuffed baked
potatoes, lasagna, quiches and crepes.
Also frozen yogurt shakes, sundaes and
ice cream specialties. Beer and wine.
251 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI 665-7153
Hrs: M-F 8-8. Sat. 8-5. Onen Sunday.

PARTHENON
RESTAURANT
FINE GREEK FOOD
" Gyros & Shish-kabob sandwiches
" Mousaka - Pastistsio - Dolmades
" Spinach pie - Gyros plate
" Liquor, Beer Wine
" Special Cocktail Menu
COMPLETE CARRY OUT SERVICE
226 S. Main at Liberty, Ann Arbor
Hrs:M-Thur !1 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri-Sat I1 a.m.-l p.m.
Sun 12 noon-10 p.m.
Free Delivery
(Limited Area)
761-8611
BROADWAY FRIED
CHICKEN & BARBEQUE
All Dinners $1.00 Off
All Sandwiches .50 Off
With This Ad
1151 Broadway

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fordinner?
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Gr&AL 1$5.00 off dinner
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SFIRITS & SAV X W S Mon-Sat after

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on South Main Street.
Experience Brandy's -
Featuring Authentic Mexican
Specialties & American Favorites.
GREAT FOOD AT
AFFORDABLE PRICES.
Restaurant & Bar
326 South Main St., Ann Arbor; 663-5555

MANIKAS
RESTAURANT
307 S. Main St. - 663-7449

Located in the new
Holiday Inn West
2900 JACKSON RD.
665-4444
Reservations Suggested

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Open daily 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Sun-
day 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Beer, wine,
and liquor. Specials every day.

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UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY
AND CONCERT BANDS -
University School of Music, 8 p.m.,
Hill Audiorium (763-4736).
Donald Schleicher will conduct the
bands in Gabrieli's Canzona per
Sonare No. 2; Holst's

. The Oldest Pizzeria
i Ann Arbor, with Delicious
Italian Dinners & Salads.
"VOTED BEST PIZZA IN
ANN ARBOR BY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY"
Restaurant & Bar
512 East William Ann A,,,r,,o; i.6M

995-0232
700 Packard
UNDER NEW
OWNERSHIP

LEFKOFSKY'S DELI
(A Premier Deli Since 1896)
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
* Pizza, Salad Bar, Homemade Soups
" Deli Deluxe & Submarine
Sandwiches
* Free Delivery
" Complete Catering Available
(Party Trays Our Spialty)
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100 E.
tI00 E. Catherine at Glen - 668-9538
Open 6 a.m.- 4 p.m. weekdays, 6 a.m.-3
p.m. Sat., 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Sun. Serving
breakfast all day, lunch, and dinner.
Featuring homemade bread and raisin
toast. Favorites for over 30 years.

Pizza - Pizza
Monday - Tuesday
Buy one pizza.-rget
the second-pizza FRFE

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