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Presbyterian Church.
DONALD BORD - "UV
Astronomy in th Era of IUE,"
Astronomy Department Visitor's
Night, 8:30 p.m., Auditorium B,
Angell Hall.
FURTHERMORE
ANTHROPOLOGY COLLO-
QUIUM -- Center for Japanese
Studies, South and Southeast Asian
Studies, and Department of
Anthropology, 4:30 p.m.,
Auditorium A, Angell Hall.
Robert Smith, Richard Pearson,
and Walter Edwards will each speak
on various topics in anthropology,
including Japanese ethnology and the
Okinawa.
GRADUATE AND PROFES-
SIONAL STUDENT
SHABBAT POTLUCK -
Hillel, 7 p.m., 1429 Hill Street
(663-3336).
The dinner will be followed by a
Professor Arthur Mendel speaking on
"Adam and Eve and You and Me."

What's happening
in Ann Arbor this weekend

FRIDAY

CAMPUS CINEMA
COLONEL REDL(Istvan Szabo,
1985), AAFC, 7:00 & 9:30 p.m.,
MLB 4.
Klaus Maria Brandeur plays a pre-
WWI Hungarian military officer
who's promising future and dreams
of glory end amidst accusations of
spying and homosexuality. A little
slow, but worth it.
TESTAMENT (Lynne Liptman,
1983), Alt Act, DBL/7:00 p.m., Nat
Sci.
A (naturally) depressing post-
holocaust story about a woman who
must watch her children, freinds, and
world slowly die of radiation
poisoning. Jane Alexander and
William DeVane.
ATOMIC CAFE (K. & P.
Rafferty, 1982), Alt Act, DBL/9:15
p.m., Nat Sci.
A collection of early government
propoganda films on nuclear war that
inspires the same sense of
ridiculousness as "Reefer Madness."
Duck and cover!
MONTY PYTHON AND THE
HOLY GRAIL (Terry Gilliam &
Terry Jones, 1975),
MTF, DBL/7:30 p.m., Mich.
The Python dudes take-off Arthur
and his knights as they hoof it in
search of the Grail. The funniest
movie ever made.
LIFE OF BRIAN (Terry Jones,
1979), MTF, DBL/9:15 p.m., Mich.
This time, the Python dudes do a
number on the life of Christ. The
second funniest movie ever made.
THE STATE OF THINGS
(Wim Wenders, 1982), C2, 7:30 &
9:15 p.m., MLB 3.
A grim and perceptive comedy
about the art of filmmaking.
ZELIG (Woody Allen, 1983), Med,
7:30 and 9:00 p.m., Aud A.
A picture perfect spoof of a '20 s
documentary. Woody plays a man
who, lacking a true identity of his
own, takes on the form of whomever
he happens to be close to at the
time, and winds up becoming an
icon of the Jazz Age.
PERFORMANCES
BLACK ORCHID THEATER
PERFORMANCE - Black
Orchid Theatre Coffee House Series,
8 p.m., The Halfway Inn, East Quad
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(995-0773).
This performance, originally
scheduled for October 17, will
include dance pieces by Lee
Muffelman and Mary Bachtal, and
poetry readings by Felicia French.
THE ITALIANS' GIFT -
Kerrytown Concert House, 8 p.m.,
415 N. Fourth Avenue (769-2999).
Baroque Oboist Grant Moore and
harpsichordist Robert Utterback will
perform works by Localetti, Bach,
Vivaldi, and Telemamn. The
program is designed to show how
18th century Italian composers' gift
for melody and counterpart influenced
the major 18th century German
composers. A wine reception will
follow the performance.
IAN HOPSON - School of
Music, 8 p.m, Rackham
Auditorium (763-4726).
This British born University of
Illinois music professor has
performed with orchestras and in
recital throughout the U.S. and
Europe as both pianist and
conductor. His program will include
Hummel's Sonata in E-flat major,
Beethoven's Sonata in F minor
("Appasionata"), six Chopin etudes
and six Chopin/Godowksy etudes.
BILL GAITHER TRIO -
Office of Major Events, 8 p.m., Hill
Auditorium (763-8587).
This 25 year-old widely recorded
trio will perform contemporary
gospel music such as their best
known "He Touched Me," "The King
is Coming," and "Because He
Lives."
THE ARK (761-1451) - Ossian,
folk.
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310) - Sharon Williams, modern
bebop.
THE BLIND PIG (996-8555) -
Sleepy Lafeef, rockabilly, country,
blues, and gospel.
THE EARLE (994-0211) - Rick
Burgess Trio, jazz.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436) .- Top-40 Dance Party,
DJ the Wizard.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747) - Lonnie Brooks, blues
and rock.
SPEAKERS
DONALD BORD - "UV
Astronomy in the Era of IUE,"
Department of Astronomy, 8:30
p.m., Auditorium B, Angell Hall.
DR. ALI MAZRUI - "Africa
and World Peace," 7:30 p.m., First

SATURDAY

CAMPUS CINEMA
THE MOON IN- THE
GUTTER (Jean-Jacques Beinex,
1985), CG, 7:00 & 9:20 p.m., Aud
A.
A stylish thriller about a
dockworker who, while doing some
amateur sleuthing, becomes involved
with a rich, mysterious woman
(Nastassia Kinski). From the director
of "Diva."
DOWN AND OUT IN
BEVERLY HILLS (Paul
Mazurski, 1985), MTF, 7:00, 9:00,
and 11:00 p.m., Mich.
Nick Nolte, Richard Dreyfuss,
and Bette Milder do their best with a
silly, pretentious, and utterly
unfunny script about a dirty bum
who meets the filthy rich.
THE DISCREET CHARM OF
THE BOURGEOISIE (Luis
Bunuel, 1972), C2, 7:00 & 9:00
p.m., Nat Sci.
It's French, it's black, it's surreal.
What more could you ask for?
PARIS, TEXAS (Wim Wenders,
1984), Alt Act, 7:00 & 9:30 p.m.,
MLB3.
Harry Dean Stanton returns from
four years in the desert to confront
his past and possible future.
Screenplay by Sam Shepard.
PURPLE ROSE OF CAIRO
(Woody Allen, 1985), Med, 7:30 &
9:00 p.m., MLB 4.
Mia Farrow plays a waitress who
goes to the movies to escape her
abusive husband and Depression-era
world, but gets more than she
bargained for when a sauve character
in the film steps into the real world
and tells her he loves her.
PERFORMANCES
BANDORAMA 1986 - School
of Music, 8 p.m., Hill Auditorium
(763-2556).
This popular event shows what the
University bands are all about in one
evening. Featured are the Marching
Band, Jazz Band, Symphony Band,
and Concert Band. Special
appearance of the Friars from the
Men's Glee Club is also included.

UNIVERSITY JAPANESE
MUSIC STUDY ENSEMBLE
- School of Music, 8 pm., School
of Music Recital Hall, North
Campus (764-6527).
William Malm will direct
performances of traditional Japanese
Koto music, including pieces for
solo koto and drum. Koto dance,
performed by Heidi Durning, will
also be a highlight of the program.
CHAMBER MUSIC FOR
OBOE, TENOR, AND PIANO
- Kerrytown Concert House, 8
p.m., 415 N. Fourth Ave. (769-
2999).
Three nationally known local
artists, pianist Ellen Weckler, oboist
Harry Sargous, and tenor Stanley
Cornett, will perform Granados"s
Valses Poeticos and Vaughn
William's Blake Songs. A wine
reception will follow.
OPEN STAGE POETRY
READING - Nikki's All-Night
Cafe, midnight-5 a.m., 1205 S.
Fourth Ave. (665-9540).
All types of poets are invited to
come read their poems at this
monthly reading which usually draws
a full house, and lasts until dawn.
BARS & CLUBS
THE ARK (761-1451) - Utah
Phillips, folkteller and humorist.
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310) - Sharon Williams, modern
bebop.
THE BLIND PIG (996-8555) -
SLeepy LaBeef, rockabilly, country,
blue, and gospel.
THE EARLE (994-0211) - Rick
Burgess Trio, jazz.
MAIN STREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE (996-9080) - Berry
Crimmons.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436) - New Music Dance
Party, DJ Jacqui 0.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747) - Lonnie Brooks, blues
and rock
MEETINGS
NAACP MONTHLY
MEETING - 1-2:30 p.m.,
William Monroe Trotter House.
SUNDAY
CAMPUS CINEMA
THE MANXMAN (Alfred
Hitchcock, 1929), CG, DBL/7:00 &
9:45 p.m., Nat Sci.
A man learns that his best friend
is the father of his child. Whatever
shall he do?
THE VIKING (Varick Frissell,
1931), CG, DBL/8:35 p.m., Nat
Sci.
A violent love triangle explodes
during an arctic seal hunt.
PERSONAL DECISIONS
(1985), BFS, DBL/7:30 p.m., Aud
A.
An examination of women who have
made the decision to abort their
babies.
THE SILENT SCREAM, BFS,
DBL/8:00 p.m., Aud A.
The highly controversial anti-
abortion film that depicts abortion
through ultrasound imaging. Could
change your mind.

SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE
(George Roy Hill, 1972), Hill St.,
8:00 p. m., Hill-St.
A man is caught in a continual
time-loop that catapults him back
and forth from a German P.O.W.
camp to life in the suburbs to an
inhabited planet. Based on the novel
by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
BROADWAY DANNY ROSE
(Woody Allen, 1984), Med, 7:30 &
9:00 p.m., MLB 4.
Woody plays a down-and-out
talent agent who gets caught up with
gangsters.
PERFORMANCES
ANN ARBOR SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA - Washtenaw
Council for the Arts, 3:30 p.m.,
Michigan Theater (994-4801).
This 58th season opener for the
orchestra will be conducted by David
Mairs. The program is highlighted
by guest pianist Eckart Selheim's
performance of Beethoven's Piano
Concerto No. 4. Also performed will
be the Overture to Rossini's "The
Barber of Seville," and Elgar's
"Enigma Variations."
GRETCHEN BROMAN ANN
ARBOR CONCERT FOR
TRADITIONAL MUSIC AND
DANCE HOUSE CONCERT
- Washtenaw Council for the Arts,
8 p.m., 826 W. Huron (769-1052).
This local artist, performing
traditional British Isles and American
ballads, and some originals, will
focus on Halloween, with a repetoire
of songs about vampires, witches,
magic, and fairy folk. Also
guaranteed will be lots of sing-
alongs and drop-in guests.
BARS & CLUBS
THE ARK (761-1451) -
- Mustard's Retreat, humorous and
footstomping music.
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310) - Larry Fuller Trio, jazz.
MAIN STREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE (996-9080) - Open
Mike Night.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436) - Mega Funk Dance
Party, DJ the Wizard.
FURTHERMORE
BIDS NOT BOMBS
AUCTION - Amistad
Construction Brigade, 12:30 p.m.,
The Unitarian Church, 1917
Washtenaw (761-7960).
A variety of items, including a
professionally guided canoe tour in
Northern Michigan, and a discovery
flight lesson at the Ann Arbor
Airport, will be auctioned off to help
the funding of a thirty person trip to
Managua, Nicaragua in January.
ROCK BACK THE RENT
PARTY - Ann Arbor Tenants
Union, 8 p.m., Rick's American
Cafe (996-2747).
The Sun Messengers will be
playing at this benefit for the New
Demoncratic Movement and the Ann
Arbor Tenants Union.

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FINE DINING
aUdS (314 S. Fourth A ve.
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 I I
a.m.-I I 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.-II 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 I 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
adjacent.

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In the Heart of the U-M Campus.
FEATURING:
" charbroiled steaks
. seafood
" Mexican entrees
" :lb. Gourmet hamburger
* Largest Beer Selection Uptown
Ashley's, 338 S. State, Ann Arbor 996-9191

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. Open Sunday.

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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 II a.m.-10 p.m. Fri-Sat I1 a.m.-ll p.m.
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