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Guild House Series: Past and present

By Kathryn Johnson
The Guild House, an ecumenical
campus ministry at the University
of Michigan, was founded in 1894
by the Disciples of Christ as a
religious student center. Since that
time the Guild House has organized
several cultural and political events.
Wednesday evenings are rice and
bean dinners. On Friday afternoons,
guest speakers host luncheons
which focus on a specific socio-
political topic. Mondays are ded -

icated to the Guild House Writers
The Writers Series began in the
late '60s and was started by the
director of the Guild House at that
time, Reverend Edgar Edwards. The
Winter 1985 Guild House
Newsletter states that Edwards was
responsible for the development of
such programs as the noon
luncheons "to engage people in the
'raging dialogue'... [and] an
extensive poetry program." In fact,
Edwards enjoyed composing poetry

himself. "He would go to a local
park on the weekends and write, and
then that Monday he would show
them to me," says Hildegard
Cummings, Edwards' successor.
,Hildegard Cummings began
working at the Guild House in
1963. When Edwards passed away
in 1973, Cummings had "to fill the
void of a full-fledged director."
Since that time, Cummings has
been in charge of activities held at
the Guild House, including the
Writers Series.

When the Writers Series first
began it was called the Poetry
Series and consisted of one large
reading at the end of the semester.
At these readings, four or five poets
read from their work. Starting
in1974, these readings changed to
once a week. Later, the program
was renamed the Reading Series
when fiction writers began to
participate in the series. Today it is
referred to as the Writers Series, in
which, every Monday, two writers
of fiction or poetry, read for about

30 minutes.
These readers tend to be either
local writers or University of
Michigan MFA students. They
volunteer their time to read from
either their own works or their
translations of another's into Eng -
lish. At these readings, coffee and
wine are sold for a nominal charge..,
Tonight Kathleen Ripley Leo
and Jack Zucher will read. Leo is an
editot/publisher for Waiting for the
Apples, an anthology of poetry and
prose, a speaker at writing con -

ferences and schools and has taught
poetry classes for several years. She
has been published in literary
magazines and has two volumes of
Zucher teaches rhetoric at Oak
land University. His book Begin -
nings came out in 1982. He wort
the John Masefield Narrative Awarda
from the PSA in 1976 and many
awards from the New England
Poetry Club. His poems have been
published in many literary mag -




Project Theatre's 'Oedipus' shows classic style

''Brian McCann
,project Theatre's Oedipus is a
sltctacular tribute to Sophocles'
ore-man nightmare. Directed in
gi and theatrical style by John
Russell Brown, this version of the
2,000-year-old tragedy is given a
modern and stylized interpretation
which leaves the audience breathless
-,panting for more, yet glad the
ditty deed has been rectified
"Most people are familiar with

Oedipus 'plot: a Theban king vows
to solve the mystery of his
kingdom's woes. He discovers his
own destiny is the cause for
Greece's undoing. Prior to his 15-
year rule, Oedipus murdered a man,
who turns out to be his father, and
marries a woman, who turns out to
be his mother.
This ambitious production (few
theaters in the world dare to stage
Oedipus) is highlighted by G.W.
Mercier's bold set which thrusts
Oedipus' world into the audience.

Peter Sparling's highly stylized
choreography and Todd Levin's
percussion accompaniment, creates
an intensity for Oedipus' internal
Yet, amid the tragic brilliance on
stage are minor problems. The
prologue to the production, setting
the scene of Thebes' barren state, is
two minutes too long: a lengthy
procession of servants bearing stark
symbolic gifts.to the altar.
Also, Oedipus' realistic
appearance after he blinds himself

seems to go against the Greek grain
of symbolism. Why are we made to
see Oedipus' disfigured face, rather
than a mask like the blind prophet
Teiresias in the first scenes of the
production? This self-inflicted
blindness is too jarring, and deters
from the classical setting Brown
creates until the final 20 minutes of
the two-hour production.
As the title character, Matthew
Conlon is physically perfect for the
Theban king. His well-chiseled
features resemble an archetypal

Greek god. His performance,
however, seems too one-sided. As a
character, Oedipus changes
dramatically in the course of the
play, but on stage Conlon merely
shows diifferent levels of anger
which leaves the audience
sympathizing with Oedipus'
situation, rather than the
Strongest among Brown's
ensemble is Betty Miller as
Jocasta, Oedipus' wife/mother.
Miller gives an earthy, sensual

performance, heightened by her
low, resonant voice. Jocasta's
sorrow for her son and the physical
change she makes in reaction to
their new relationship is one of the
highlights of the evening.
Project Theatre's Oedipus
affirms the credibility of the
professional performance group's
second season. The production
takes chances, dares to be
unconventional, yet pays tribute to
one of the world's classic theatrical




Calen dar
of The University of Michigan

The calendar combines meeting, lecture work-
shop and conference announcements with
other events happening each week on campus.
It is based on The University Record calendar,
and is open to all University sponsored groups
and organizations recognized by the Michigan
Student Assembly. Items must be submitted in
writing by 5 p.m. the Tuesday before publi-
cation. Address all information to: Julie A.
Brown, publications assistant, University Rec-
ord, 412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) denotes
events to which admission is charged.
&e6er 3
A-Suares-Pius level sq dancing, 8:30-10 pm, Mich Un-
ion. 665-5794.
Elec Engr-Comp Sci-Lec, L Maloney, 5 pm, 3427 EECS
Career Ping & Plcmt-Library tour, 4:10 pm. Disc, "Resu-
mes for Creative Fields," 4:10; both in 3200 SAB,
Guild House-Writers Ser, K Leo & J Zucker, readings,
8 pm, 802 Monroe.
*HRD-Workshop, K Clifford, CEW & J Clifford,
"Overcoming Obstacles with Foreign Visitors, "8:30 am-
noon. 764-7410.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defence Club-Begin-
ners, 7:15, IM Bldg, Martial Arts Rm. 763-3562.
LSA-Faculty mtg, 4:10 pm, MLB Aud A.
Stds in Religion-Lec, G Gutierrez, "Reflections on Lib-
eration Theology, "8-10 pm, MLB 3. 764-4475..
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beginners welcome, 7-9 pm,
CCRB Martial Arts Rm. 665-7399.
*Student.Woodshop-Woodfinishing Workshop, 12-4 pm
& 6-10 pm, SAB. 763-4025.
Women's Res Club-Lec, S Chang, "The Writer and So-
ciety in Seventeenth Century China, "7:45 pm, Rackham
W Conf Rm.
Ne E & N Afr Stds-Brown Bag Lec, R McCleary, "A
Graeco-Roman Survival of the Booth ofAnubis, "noon,
Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Computer Vision Res Lab-Sem, L Maloney, "Color Cor-
rection Algorithms in Human Vision," 5 pm, 3427
EECS Bldg.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshop, dBASE III PLUS,
Part II, 1-5 pm, 3001 Sch Ed Bldg. 747-2424.
Sch Music-Stdt Recital, Dr of Mus Arts Piano Perf Ser,
8 prh, Recital Hall. 763-4726.
Sch Ed-Lec, D Angus, "Accreditation and National Re-
form: Two Routes to School Improvement, "4:30-6 pm,
Tribute Rm, Sch Ed. 747-2444.
Computing Ctr-Course, P Smith & TEXTEDIT Consul,
"Writing and Customizing TEXTEDIT Macros," 3-5
pm; "Monday Language Seminars (ICON), " 7-9 pm,
1013 NUBS. Register: 747-2424.
Chemistry-Inorg Sem, T Rauchfuss, "Molecular Metal
Sulfides, A Main Group-Transition Metal Interphase, "4
pm, 1200 Chem Bldg.
NASA Ctr of Excell-Talk, M Sivak, "Human Factors Is-
sues and Automobile Brake Lights, "3:30 pm, 107 Aero-
space Engr Bldg.

Psychobiol PhD Disser Defense-Lec, J Roberts-Lewis,
"Modulation of the Dopamine & Calmodulin Sensitive
Second Messenger System in Rat Forebrain by Ampheta-
mine Administration," 9-11 am; Colloq, I Whishaw,
"Neuroetholigical Analyses of Cortical Function in the
Rat, " 12:30-2 pm, 1057 MHRI.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Lec, "Choosing Your Major," 4:10
pm, 25 Angell Hall.
Computing Ctr-Course, B Blue, "Introduction to Tell-A-
Graf, "7-9 pm, 1013 NUBS. Register: 747-2424.
*U-M-Flint-Documen film fest, Streetwise, 8 pm, Univ
Ctr Kiva. 762-3431.
Kelsey Mus/W Europ Stds/Classical Art & Archeaol-
Lec, D Manacorda, "2,000 Years of Urban Archaeology
in Rome: The Crypta Balbi and Its Environs, "7:30 pm,
Kelsey Mus, 435 S State St.
November 5
*Mus Art-Lec, N Maurer, "Contemplative Eye and In-
ner Vision: The Theme of Enlightenment in the Work of
Odilon Redon, " 7 pm, UMMA, 525 S State. Members
*AAFC-petulia, 7 pm, & John & Mary, 9 pm, MLB.
Anat & Cell Biol-Sem, D McDevitt, "Lens Development,
Lens Regeneration and the Crystalline, " 12:05 ;pm,
5723 Med Sci 11 Bldg.
AIESEC/Intd Bus Club-Mtg, 5:15 pm, K1310 Kresge
CRLT-WORKSHOP, A Storey, "Speaking Skills," 7-9
pm, CRLT, 109 E Madison St.
*CEW-Counseling grp, "Working Women: Making the
Most of It,, 7-9:30 pm, 350S Thayer St. 763-7080.
Communic-Brown bag lec, M Traugott, "Mass Media
Effects in Political Campaigns," Marsh Sem Rm, 2035
U-M-DBN-Film, Month Python's Meaning of Life,
7:30 pm, ROC. 593-5390.
Dissertation Support Grp-Mtg, 8:30-10 pm, 3100 Union.
Ext Svc-Annual Mtg Fire Control, register: 7:45 am,
Holiday Inn-West.
*HRD-Workshop, B Dahlmann, "Time Management:
For Professional/Administrative Staff," 8:30 am-noon.
Workshop (Pt I), P Baxter & C Lilly, "Counseling Skills
for the Lay Professional," 1-4:30 pm, HRD Ctr, 1111
Kipke Dr. 764-7410. (Pt II: Thurs).
Hillel-Caucus, W Mula & R Brawer, "Dialogue Toward
Coexistence& Struggle for Peace in the Middle East,"
7:30 pm, 218 Hutchins Hall; Law Sch.
Union of Stdts for Israel-Symposium, "Volunteers for Is-
rael," 6:30 pm, Sm Soc Hall, Hillel. 663-3336.
Info & Library Stds-Symposium, R Fleming, "Higher
Education via Telecommunication: Friend or Foe," 8
pm, Rackham Amph.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops: "Macintosh Sys-
tem Selection," 10 am-12:30 pm; "Microsoft Multiplan
for IBM PC-Compatible Microcomputers, Pt I," 8:30
am-12:30 pm, 3001 Sch Ed Bldg. 747-2424.
Sch Music-Stdt recital, J Averett, Clarinet, 8 pm, Re-
cital Hall Concert, Early Music Ensemble, E Parmen-
tier, 8 pm, Moore Hall. 763-4726.
Mech Engr & Appl Mech-Lec, A Kerstein, "Pair-Ex-
change Model of Turbulent Premixed Flame Propaga-
tion,"4 pm (coffee: 3:45 pm), 2281 GG Brown Lab.
Mich Gay Union-Soc/disc grp, 9 pm, Guild Hse, 802
Monroe St. 763-4186.
Russ & E Europ Stds-Brown bag lec, O Johnson, "New
# Communications Technology and Eastern Europe,"
noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Stdts of Objectivism-Disc, "Free Will vs Determinism,"
8 pm, Rm C, Mich League. 663-5589.'
Sci Fic Club/Stilyagi Air Corps-Mtg, 8:30 pm, Mich
League Conf Rm. 994-8419.
Tae Kwon Do. Club-Practice, beginners welcome, 7-9 pm,
Martial Arts Rm, CCRB.
Turner Geriatric Clin-Health Fair, 1-4 pm, 1010 Wall St.
Taubman Prog in Amer Inst-Lec/disc, K Cantor, T Ful-
kerson & A Smith, "Breaking into Advertising and
Public Relations," noon-1:30 pm, Kuenzel Rm, Mich
*Hill St Cinema-Red Balloon & The Red Shoes, 7 pm,
1429 Hill St. 663-3336.
Rackham/Sch Pub HIth-Course, J Joseph & D Ostrow,
"Psychosocial and Behavioral Aspects of the AIDS
Epidemic, " 4-6 pm, Rackham Amph. Disc, 7:30-9 pm,
Sch Pub HIth, Aud .
Sch Ed-Video reviews of exemplary software, 9-10:30 am,
Tribute Rm, Sch Ed Bldg.
Outing Club-Mtg, 8 pm, 447 Mason Hall. All welcome.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Disc, "Resumes for a Technical
Position," 4:10 pm, 3200 SAB. Lec, "The Business
School Application Process," 4:10 pm, MLB Lec Rm 1.
Computing Ctr-Course. P Smith, & TEXTEDIT Consul.

November 6
Amer Statistical Assoc-Lec, D Freedman, "Regression
Models for Adjusting the Census, "8 pm, Hale Aud, Sch
Bus Ad. Coffee: 7:30 pm.
Mus Art-Art Break "Portraits," 12:10 pm.
*Sch Music/Ann Arbor Dance Works-B De Young & M
Pabalis, "Night Turns," 8 pm, Sch Music, McIntosh
Theater. 763-5460.
*Brecht Co-Perf, Top Girls, 8 pm, Residential Coll Aud,
E Quad. 995-0532.
*Cinema Guild-Pather Panchali, 9 pm, Aud A, Angell
Career Ping & Plcmt-Library tour, 4:10 pm, 3200 SAB.
CRLT-Workshop, G Williams, "Preparing Graphics for
Instructional Presentations," 7-10:30 pm, Mich Media,
400 4th St. Register: 764-0505.
Cognitive Sci & Machine Intel-Colloq, R Thaler, "Does
Ownership Affect Value? An Experimental Investiga-
tion, "4 pm, Mich Rm, Bus Ad Bldg.
U-M-DBN-Film, Monthy Python's Meaning of Life, 7:30
pm, ROC. 593-5390.
Eng-Critical Theory Coloq, G Pellon, "Jose Lezama
Lima's American Practice of Reading. and Writing,"
8 pm, W Conf Rm, Rackham Bldg.
Ext Ss-Annual Mtg Fire Control, register: 8 am, Holiday
His House Christian Fellowship-Fellowship & Bible
study, 7:30-9 pm, 925 E Ann St.
*HRD-Workshop, D Nystrom, "Career Planning," 1-
4:30 pm; P Baxter, "Counseling Skills for the Lay Pro-
fessional, " (Pt II), 1-4:30 pm, HRD Ctr, 1111 Kipke Dr.
*Info & Library Stds-Symposium, "Information Access
in the 21st Century: A Symposium on Policy Issues in
Knowledge and Information Access," 9 am-5 pm, The
Ann Arbor Inn. Register: 763-2281.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship-Mtg, 7 pm, 2231 An-
gell Hall.
Japanese Stds-Brown bag lec, M Jarret & D Stanczak,
"Graduate Student Financial Aid Information, " noon,
Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club-Begin-
ners, 7:15, Martial Arts Rm, IM Bldg.
*Mich League-Intl Night, China, 4:30-7:30 pm, The
League Buffet.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshop, "Basic Concepts of
Local Area Networks, 1-5 pm, 4003 Sch Ed Bldg. Work-
shops: "Spreadsheeting with Microsoft Excel, Pt I,"
8:30 am-12:30 pm; "Lotus 1-2-3, Pt II," 1-5 pm; "Pro-
gramming in dBASE III PLUS, Part I," 8:30 am-noon,
3001 Sch Ed Bldg. 747-2424.
*Exhibit Mus-Astron slide pres, "The Universe of Dr.
Einstein," 7:30 pm, TAM Rm, 4th Fl, 1109 Geddes Ave.
*Eclipse Jazz-Concert, Earl Klugh, 8 pm, Hill Aud. 763-
Ne E & N Afr Stds-Lec, K Cragg, "Religion and the
Middle East: Faulted or Defaulting?-Our Mutual Re-
sponsibilities, "4 pm, 2011 MLB.
Res on Econ Devp-Sem, H Bernstein, "Ideologies of the
Agrarian Crisis in Africa, " 12:30-2 pm, CRED Conf
Rm, 361 Lorch Hall.
Stdt Intl Meditation Soc-Intro lec, 8 pm, TM Ctr, 528
W Liberty St.
Scottish Country Dancers-Intermeds, 8 pm, Forest Hills
Comm Ctr, 2351 Shadowood St. 769-4324.
Univ AA-Mtg, noon 3200 Mich Union.
Union Arts & Prog-Concert, N Palmer, pianist, 12:15 pm,
Mich Union Pendleton Rm.
UAC/Impact Jazz-Free dance workshops, 7-8:30 pm,
Mich Union Ballroom. All welcome.
Women's Crisis Ctr-Type-a-thon benefit, 6 pm, Cleary
College. 994-1244, 761-9475.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Lec, "Planning Ahead for Sum-
mer Jobs and Internships"; Library tour, 4:10 pm, 3200
Computing Ctr-Course, A Palms, "Basic Concepts of
Local Area Networks, " 1-5 pm, 4003 SEB; B Blue, "In-
troduction to Tell-A-Graf (2nd sess)," 7-9 pm, 1013
NUBS. Register: 747-2424.
*U-M-Flint-Documen film fest, In The Year Of The Pig,
8 pm, Univ Cfr Kiva.
Amer Statistical Assoc-Lec, D Freedman, "Regression
Models for Adjusting the Census, " 8 pm, Hale Aud,
Bus Ad Bldg. Refresh: 7:30 pm.
Sch Art/Sch Ed/Prog in Amer Culture-Lec, W Ewald,
"Portriats and Dreams: Photographs and Stories of Ap-
palachian Children, " 7 pm, Art & Architec Aud, N
Chemistry-Phys chem sem, M Kaplan, "Experimental
Studies With Energetic Heavy Ion Beams, " 4 pm, 1200
Chem Bldg.
Adopt A Political Prisoner of Apartheid-Mtg, 6:30 pm,
111 W Engr. 764-7075.
November 7
Anat & Cell Biol/Cell & Molecular Biol Prog-Lec, J
Krachenbuhl, "Processing and Sorting of the Poly-
meric Immunoglobulin Receptor in Epithelial Cells, "
12:05 pm, 5732 Med Sci II.
Biostatistics/Pub Hth/LSA-Sem, D Freedman, "Data
Snooping and Goodness of Fit, " 4 pm, Aud A, Angell
*Brecht Co-Perf, Top Girls, 8 pm, Residential Coll. 995-
*Cinema Guild-Prix De Beute, 7 & 9 pm, Aud A, Angell

Guild House Campus Ministry-Forum, B Bryant & P
Engelbert, "Organizing- and the Farm Crisis," noon,
Guild House, 802 Monroe St. *Lunch avail.
*HRD-Workshop, J Sauls & D Nystrom, "Advanced
Word Processing, " 8:30 am-noon, 1050 Ad Serv Bldg,
DSC Training Rm. Register: 764-7410.
*HRD-Follow-up consult on Career Planning wkshp, D
Nystrom, by appt only. 764-7410.
International Students Fellowship-Mtg, 7 pm. 9944669.
Housing Bureau for .Seniors-Mtg, 3-5 on, Zion Luth
Church, 1501 W Liberty St.
Korean Christian Fellowship-Bible study mtg, 9 pm,
Campus Chapel. 747-0120.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops: "Basic Condepts of
Microcomputer Spreadsheeting," 1-3 pm; "Introduction
to Microcomputers," 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 4003 Sch Ed
Bldg. Workshops: "MS-DOS Basic Skills, 10 am-12:30
pm; "Microsoft Word for IBM-Compatible," 1-3 pm,
3001 Sch Ed Bldg. 747-2424.
Sch Music-Stdt Recital, C Rehkopf, Violin, 8 pm, Re-
cital Hall.
*Sch Music-Play, "Oedipus by Sophocles," 8 pm, Men-
delssohn Theatre. 763-4726.
Sch Music-Concert, Wind Ensemble, H Reynolds, 8 pm,
Rackham Bldg. 763-4726.
.Printing Svcs-Open house, noon-6 pm, 1919 Green Rd.
Philosophy-Tanner Lec on Human Values, D Bennett,
"The Moral First Aid Manual, "4 pm, Rackham Amph.
S & SE Asian Stds-Lec, G Narayana, "Spirit Worship in
the South Coastal Karnataka (India), " noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beginners welcome, 5-7 pm,
sm gym, CCRB.
Turner Geriatric Clin-Love Intimacy & Aging Grp, 10 am-
noon, 1010 Wall St. 764-2556.
*Women's Volleyball-Vs Ohio Stat, 7:30 pm, IM Bldg.
Lesbian Network-Women's tea, 5:30-7 pm, Women's
Crisis Ctr, 306 N Division St. 761-9475, 763-4186.
Rackham/Sch Pub Hth-Course D Jenness, "Scholarly
and Research Challenges of AIDS for the Social Science
Community,." 4 pm, F Robbins, "The 'Projected Im-
pact of AIDS on American Health and Society, " 5 pm,
Aud II, Sch Pub HIth.
*U-M-Flint-Family times, 5-10 pm, Rec Bldg. Kids' rec,
7-9 pm, Activity areas 1-2. 762-3441.
*U-M-Flint-Documen film fest, The Times Of Harvey
Milk, 8 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva.
November 8
*AAFC-What's New Pussycat?, 7 pm, & The Party, 9
pm, Nat Sci Bldg.
*Ann Arbor Dance Works-DeYoung/M Pabalis, "Night
Turns," 8 pm, Sch Music, McIntosh Theater. 763-5460.
*Brecht Co-Pefr, Top Girls, 8 pm, Residential Coll Aud,
E Quad. 995-0532.
Cricket Club-Practice, 4 pm, Mitchell Field. 763-8216.
Cont Med Educ-Course-Pt I, "Advanced Cardiac Life
Support," (Pt II: Sun), 7:40 am-5 pm, Towsley Ctr.
*Eclipse Jazz-Perf, Toshiko Akiyoshi, 7:30 & 10 pm,
ARK, 637 S Main. 763-0046.
*Univ Musical Soc-Perf, The King's Singers, 8 pm, Hill
Aud. 764-2538.
Sch Music-Stdt Recital, M Wilder, Clarinet, 2 pm, & D
Coppen, Piano, 8 pm, Recital Hall.
*Sch Music-Play, "Oedipus by Sophocles, " 8 pm, Men-
delssohn Theatre. 763-4726.
*Exhibit Mus-Astron slide presentation, "The Universe
of Dr. Einstein," 11:30 am, 2 & 3 pm, TAM Rm, 4th Fl,
1109 Geddes Ave.
Philosophy-Symposium on Tanner Lec, 9:30 am, Rack-
ham Amph.
*Women's Volleyball-vs Indiana Univ, 7:30 pm, IM Bldg.
*Hill St Cinema-Planet of the Apes, 7 & 9 pm & mid-
night, 1429 Hill St.
Student Woodshop-Safety ciss/new shop users, Sess I,
9-11 am, SAB. 763-4025
November 9
Mus Art-Docent tour, "Frank Cessara: Paperworks," 2
*Brecht Co-Perf, Top Girls, 8 pm, Residential Coll Aud,
E Quad. 995-0532.
*Cinema Guild-Cops, The Blacksmith, Soldier Man, His
Royal Slyness & All Aboard, 7 pm, MLB 4. Gun Crazy, 9
pm, MLB 4.
Cont Med Educ-Course-Pt II, "Advanced Cardiac
Life Support," 8 am-5 pm. 763-1400.
*Hillel-Engl-Celebration of Jewish Arts Ser, Fiction
reading, A Oz & Tamir, 8 pm, Rackham Aud. 663-
*Sch Music-Play "Oedipus by Sophocles," 2 pm, Men-
delssohn Theatre. 763-4726.
Sch Music-Concert, E Parmentier, Harpsichord & Organ,
4 pm, Moore Hall. Concert,."Basically Beethoven," 4
pm, Recital Hall; Recital, Horn Studio Recital, 8 pm,
Recital Hall. 763-4726.
*Exhibit Mus-Astron slide pres, "The Universe of Dr.
Einstein," 2 & 3 pm, TAM Rm, 4th Fl, 1109 Geddes Ave.
WELS Lutheran Camp Ministry-Worship, 10 am, 1360
Pauline Blvd.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Worship, 10:30 am, 1511 Wash-
tenaw Ave.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church-Worship, 10 am, 801 S
Forest St.
Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament-Panel disc,
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November 4


Mus Art-Art Break Portraits, 12:10 pm.
*CEW-Job Hunt Club, noon-1:30 pm, 350 S Thayer.
CSHPE-Res Colloq Ser, J Stark, "The National Post-
secondary Research Agenda: Governance-Teaching and
Learning, "4-5:30 pm, Rackham E Conf Rm.
Sch Dent-Sem, J Featherstone, "Current Concepts of
Enamel Remineralization, " noon, G-311 Dent Res Inst.
Ecuman Campus Ctr-Lec, K Cragg, "Islam, Christianity
and the Middle East, "noon, Intl Ctr, 603 E Madison St.
*Lunch avail.
Engi-Visiting Writers Ser, T Parkinson, 4 pm, Rackham
W Conf Rm. 764-5272.
*HRD-WORKSHOPS: J' Sweeton, "MTS: Programs &
Services, " 8:30-11 am, & "Introduction to MTS, "
8:30 am-noon. MEC IBM Lab, 3001 Sch Ed Bldg.
Course (Pt I), P Baxter, "How to Achieve Success:
How to Get What You Really Want," 8:30 am-noon,
(Pt II: Nov. 11). Workshop, G deBock, "Conflict Man-
agement: Principles and Practices, " 8:30 am-4 pm,
HRD Ctr, 1111 Kipke Dr. 764-7410.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshop, "IBM PC & IBM-
Compatible Microcomputer System Selection," 1-3 pm,
4003 Sch Ed Bldg; "dBASE III PLUS, Part I," 1-5 pm,
3001 Sch Ed Bldg. 747-2424.
Sch Music-Concert, Univ Orch, Y Cohen, 8 pm, Hill
Aud. 763-4726.
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