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Steve Guttenberg and Eliza
By Sarah Van Tiem
Action. Suspense. Romance.
Violence. What more could an
audience want? If these are what
you crave, Curtis Hanson's The
Bedroom Window should be highly
Steve Guttenberg plays Terry
Lambert, a young architect sharing
an illicit romance with his
employer's beautiful (of course)
'vife. She witnesses an assault
from Terry's bedroom window.
Eager to play. the hero while
keeping their affair secret, and still
do the right thing, Terry goes to the
police claiming to have witnessed
the crime himself. Unpleasant
complications ensue which ulti -

By Marnie Criley been
"My Dog Picasso Flying over and h
the Peristyle at the Academy" has intern
arrived at the University of Ted R
Michigan Art Museum and no, it's Calif
not a circus act. It's the title of just Expe.
one of the works at a new exhibit at and t
the Museum entitled Transitional wher
Planes which displays university River
professors Ted Ramsey and Paul At
Stewart's creative applications of artisti
handmade paper. Stewart places his twoc
emphasis on the paper as an artistic triang
form in and of itself while Ted newg
Ramsey uses handmade paper to Boun
create those "moments when we said,t
meet edges, limits and the awar
boundaries of existence." boun
Both artists have had a great deal "metg
of experience with print and contr
ul mystery, 'The Bedroom Kron os:A
SBy Edward Benyas wThk
For an ensemble dedicated to writte
developing and performing contem - derly
porary music, a varied program is is oft
equally important as technical skill and to
and musical expression. The phoni
The movie s only failing, as far Kronos String Quartet enthus - helpe
as I'm concerned, is its annoying iastically surmounted each of these for w
stereotypes. Hanson, who also difficulties in an exciting perfor - To
wrote the screenplay, touches on all manse at the Michigan Theatre rhyth
bases - the upwardly mobile Saturday night. Ann Arbor is influe
young executive, the bored, fortunate to have had such a group nami
beautiful, rich man's wife (yes, she in its midst. twov
even shops because she's nervous), The Kronos program, featuring comp
the rightly suspicious wealthy the works of 11 different leade
husband, and the spunky cocktail composers, was ingeniously bal - quart
waitress, who though supposedly anced. The group generally played by in
not as attractive as the rich man's more serious works in the first half, two,t
wife, is emminently more sincere. saving the second portion of the heard
The ultimate test of a movie's concert for a wide array of shorter, the h
worth is economic. Is it worth the more energetic compositions. Shert
money you spend to see it? In While the quartet played with fluid "Hea
regards to this particular film, the technique and sound musicianship violin
answer is a resounding yes! In fact, throughout the evening, everyone, musi
I might even pay full price to see it both on stage and off, seemed to secor
again. have more fun with the shorter by Ji

I t(
as r
e h
ic ca

with paper
king. Paul Stewart has color and negative fields of
eaching courses in Ramsey's wood and paper designs
hy and drawing at the creates a "play between 2-
y of Michigan since1973 dimensional and 3-dimensional
eceived many national and reality" which heightens the visual
nal awards for his work. experience of his work.
sey studied papermaking in The idea behind Stewart's
ia at the Institute of work is "coalescing ideas and
ntal Printmaking in 1976 experiences of micro-imagery,
returned to Ann Arbor geologic strata, land surfaces, and
e established the Huron aerial landscapes." The palpable
dio papermill. surface, so important to Stewart, is
is point in Ramsey's brought about through the "active
reer he is concerned with shape of handmade paper" as is so
inct images, dogs and beautifully expressed in his
which is evident in his "Snowfield" and "White
ip of works, "Limits and Landscape."
es". As Ramsey himself Paul Stewart and Ted
dog is "a metaphor for my Ramsey's exhibit, "Transitional
ss of my"' limits and Planes", is located on the second
es" while the triangle is a floor of the University of Michigan
r for me as an artist." The Museum of Art and will be
between the polychromed displayed until March 1.


beth McGovern shine in the suspensef



mately lead the police to suspect
Terry of the crime. Desperate times
call for Terry to take desperate
measures, but I will reveal none of
these to ensure your viewing
The Bedroom Window passes
a crucial test that seperates the
excellent films from the good ones.
It demands your undivided attention
throughout. The suspense is
agonizing. Everything adds to the
tension. The weather is suitably
wet and rainy, or cloudy, or sunny,
or dark. The soundtrack, like that
of any good thriller, dictates the rise
and fall of our pulse rates. Hanson
turns our emotions into Silly Putty
and earns the right to do with them
what he will.

he second half opened with
ons of a score by Philip Glass
en for the film, Mishima. Ten -
played by Kronos, this work
en neo-classic in its simplicity
onality. In addition, the homo -
ic texture of parts of the work
d to illustrate the minimalism
hich Glass is so well known.
conclude a concert marked by
mic intensity, jazz and folk
ences, minimalism, and dy -
c contrast, Kronos presented
works written by California
poser Steve Riffkin. Group
:r David Harrington led the
et into Riffkin's Opus 50 s
toning, "A one, a two, a one,
three..." The audience then
d a cleverly arranged medley,
highlight of which was John
ba's rendition of Elvis in
artbreak Hotel", played on
n. The intensity of the Kronos
cians in playing Riffkin's
nd arrangement, "Purple Haze"
mi Hendrix, no doubt kept the

audience wondering whether the
string players would destroy their
instruments during the performance.
The quartet was more intro -
spective during the first half of the
concert. Dynamic variation and
poly-rhythmic complexity charac -
terized the works of Ben Johnston
and Bela Bartok. Sandwiched
between the Johnston and Bartok
quartets was Jon Hassel's Pano Da
Costa (Cloth from the Coast). The
only sour note of the concert,
Hassel's piece was disappointingly
long and decidedly lacking in
variety and innovation. Fortunately,
the instrumentalist's rhythmic
clarity and brilliantly executed
dynamic contrasts made Bartok's
String Quartet No. 3 the intel-
lectual focal point of the first half.

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January 19
A-Squares-Dance lessons, 7-8:30 pm, Ballroom, Mich
Union. 665-5794.
U-M-DBN-Woman's Ctr, support group for separated &
divorced women, 11:30 am, 30 CAB. 593-5147.
Gay Liberation-Lesbian-Gay Male Community Open
House. 8:30 pm, Canterbury, 218 N Division St. 665-
0606, 763-4186.
Russ & E Europ Stds-Lec, W Kerr, "What Happened in
Chernobyl?"7 pm, Aud B, Angell Hall.
Senate Assembly-Mtg, 3:15 pm, Rackham Amph.
Commemoration of a Dream-Unity March, noon, S
Univ/Washtenaw to Diag; 1 pm, rally in Diag; 7 pm,
closing ceremony, Trotter House. 747-8973.
Inst for Humanities-Slide/lec, K Hubbell, "The Architect
and Mr Heidegger," 7:30 pm, Rackham Amph. 662-
22809, 764-6330.
CEW-Scholar Luncheon, noon-1:30 pm, 350S Thayer.
Ne E & N Afr Stds-Brown bag lec, B Ben-Baruch, "Capi-
talism in the Land and Labor Markets of Palestine and
the Origins of the Arab-Jewish Conflict, " noon, Lane
Hall Commons Rm. 764-0350.
Hillel-Lec, T Frymer-Kensky, "Women in Jewish Law, "
7 pm, 1429 Hill St. 663-3336.
Sch Art-Lec, D Ichiyama, "Contemporary Japanese
Package Design, "2104 Art & Arch Bldg.
Sch Nursing-Dr. Martin Luther King Birthday Celebra-
tion, 3-6 pm, Alumni Ctr.
Adult Lifestyle Prog-Fitness Over Fifty, 9 am, Briarwood
Mall (main door between Sears and Hudson's). 764-
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beg welcome, 6:30-8:15 pm,
2275 CCRB. 665-7399.
Women's Okinawan Karate and Self-Defense Club-Beg
class, 7:15-8 pm, Martial Arts Rm, IM Bldg. 763-5362.
Intl Ctr-Lec, "Getting Organized & Documented for
Your Trip to Europe," noon, 603 E Madison. 764-
Career Pin# & Plcmt-Lec, "Interviewing," 4:10-5:30 pm,
Whitney Aud, Sch Educ. Regis: 764-7460.
Botanical Club-Lec/slides, P Kangas, "Forests of Puerto
Rico, "8 pm, 1800 N Dixboro Rd. 475-7801.
Computing Ctr-Courses, J Sweeton, "Getting Started
with MTS, Pt 1, " 3-5 pm, 2065 Frieze Bldg; "Monday
Programming Seminars (APL), " 1013 NUBS. Regis:

Career Ping & Plcmt-Pre-interview pres, 7 pm, 35 Angell
Hall. Lec, "Preparing for Medical School," 4:10 pm, &
Pre-Conf workshop, "Career Conference for Minority &
Disabled Students," 4:10-5:30 pm, 3200 SAB. 764-
*CEW-1st of 4-sess workshop, "Step Before the Job
Search," 9:30 am-noon, 350 S Thayer St. Regis: 763-
Women in Tech Soc/CEW-Panel disc, M Levy & E Cof-
fin, "Technology in the Humanities, "3-5 pm, Rackham
Assem Hall. 763-7080.
Ecum Camp Ctr/Intl Ctr-Lec/*lunch, J Dickson, "Work
Opportunities Abroad, " noon, 603 E Madison St. 662-
Hillel-Dialogue, W Wurzburger & E Lipman, "Will There
Be One Jewish People in the Year 2000?" 7:30 pm, 1429
Hill St. 663-3336.
Inst for Humanities-Lecs/disc/slides, R Nisbett, D Hof-
stadter & G Olson, "The Mind and The Abstract, "7 pm,
Rackham Amph. 662-2280, 764-6330.
*Cont Legal Educ-Course, "How to Successfully Handle
a Personal Injury Case Under $50,000," 9 am-5 pm, Ann
Arbor Hilton Inn, 610 Hilton Blvd. Reser: 761-7800.
*Eclipse Jazz-Lec, M Taras, "Introduction to the History
of Jazz Through the Perspective of the Drummer,"
7:30-9:30 pm, Mich Union. 763-0046, 995-0736.
Mus Art-Art Breaks, "Modern Master Drawings," 12:10
Psychobiol-Colloq, K Berridge, "Syntax in Action: Con-
trol of Behavioral Sequence," 12:30-2 pm, 1057 MHRI.
Med Ctr-Mastectomy disc grp, 1:15 pm, Rm BIH101,
Med Ctr. Regis: 763-9953.
Christians in Action-Mtg, 8:30 pm, Wolverine Rm, Mich
Union. 994-6126, 769-4157.
Engr-Lec, T Sarkar, "Application of the Congregate
Gradient Method to Electromagnetics," 4 pm, 1301
EECS Bldg.
Computing Ctr-Course, B Blue, "Learning to Use the
MTS File Editor Pt I, "7-9 pm, 4003 SEB. 747-2424.
Chinese Stds-Brown bag lec, H Junyan, "China's Foreign
Trade and Capital Policy, " noon, Lane Hall Commons
Rm. 995-2104.
January 21
Age Concerns Council-Mtg/*lunch, noon-1:30 pm, Rms
4 & 5, Mich League. 763-7080.
AIESEC/Intl Bus Club-Mtg, 5:15 pm, K1310 Kresge
Oral Biol-Lec, R Corpron, "In Vivo Remineralization of
Enamel Lesions, "4 pm, 1033 Kellogg.
U-M-DBN-Cultural Events concert, Cassini Ensemble, 8
pm, Henry Ford Estate-Fair Lane. 593-5555.
U-M-Flint--Poetry reading/workshop, H Scott & J Dan-
iels, 7 pm, Univ Ctr Brewery. 762-3200.
Mich Gay Union-Soc/disc grp, 9 pm, Guild House, 802
Monroe St. 7634186.
Visiting Writers Ser-Poetry reading, R Wilbur, 4 pm,
Rackham Aud.
Prog Judaic Stds-Colloq, A Norich, "Autobiographical
Imagination: I J Singer, I B Singer & Esther Singer
Kreitman, "4 pm, Rm 2050, Frieze Bldg. 763-9047.
Christian Bus Fellowship-Kauper Lec, W Diehl, 4:30 &

Sci Fic Club/Stilyagi Air Corps-8:30 pm, Mich League
Conf Rms. 994-8419.
Tae Kwon Do Club-See Jan 19.
Intl Ctr-Lec, "Custom-Tailoring Your European Trip,"
noon, 603 E Madison St. 764-9310.
CRLT-TA Workshop, A Storey, "Speaking Skills, "3:30-
5:30 pm, 109 E Madison St. Regis: 764-6840.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Lec, "Is an MBA for You?" 4:10
pm, 3200 SAB. Lec, "Resume Writing," 4:10-5:30 pm,
1520 Dana, SNR. 764-7460.
Bioener-Sem, H Wang, "Advanced in Bio-Process Engi-
neering, "4 pm (coffee: 3:30 pm), 1017 Dow Bldg.
*Hill St Cinema-Lenny Bruce Performance Film, 8 pm,
1429 Hill St. 663-3336.
Computing Ctr-Course, L Burns, "Network Services on
Campus, "3-5 pm, 4003 SEB. Regis: 747-2424.
January 22
*AAFC-The Blot, 7 pm; The Bride Wore Red, 9 pm,
MLB 3.
.*U-M-Flint-Film, Out of Africa, 7 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva.
*Mich League-Intl Night, S Amer, 4:30-7:30 pm, The
League Buffet.
MHRI-Vision Lunch Sem, X Martin, "Ocular Beta-
Blockers: Which Mechanism of Actions?" 12:15 pm,
2055 MHRI.
Mus Art-Art Breaks, "Modern Master Drawings," 12:10
Sch Music-Piano Accompanying Recital, M Rose, 8 pm,
Recital Hall.
*Exhibit Mus-The Universe Game, 8 pm, Planetarium,
1109 Geddes Ave.
Space Physics Res Lab-Sem, T Shyn, "Electron Impact
Excitation Cross Section Measurements of Atmospheric
Gasses, "3:45 pm, 2231 Space Res Bldg.
Scottish Country Dancers-Beg, 7-8 pm; intermed, 8-9 pm;
social, 9-10 pm, Forest Hills Comm Ctr, 2351 Shado-
wood. 996-0129.
Turner Clinic-1st of 6 workshops, J Merritt & K King,
"Refresher Course and Update on Diabetes And The
OlderAdult, "2:30-3:30 pm, 1010 Wall St. 764-2556.
Mich Union Prog-Arts at Mid-Day, D Scott, piano; I
Boruzcko, flute; D Kuhli, Drum, & A Lounsberry, bass,
12:15, Pendleton Rm, Mich Union.
Univ AA-Mtg, noon, 3200 Mich Union (non-smoking),
St Mary's Educ Ctr (smoking). 764-8312.
Women's Okinawan Karate and Self-Defense Club-See
Jan 19.
Strategic Planning Club-Lec, D Cole, "Future Planning
Issues in Auto Industry, " 4:30 pm, Wolverine Rm, As-
sembly Hall.
Marketing Club-Membership mtg, 4:30 pm, Rm 1270,
Bus Sch.
Med Ctr-Lumpectomy Disc Grp, 1:15 pm, Rm B1H101,
Med Ctr. Regis: 763-9953, 936-4300.
Engr/Bus Admin/Sci & Tech-Mgmt of Tech Lec Ser, L
Bement, "Technology Management in a Competitive
World: Roles & Expectations, "4:15 pm, Rm 165, Chrys-
ler Ctr.
Engr-Lec, G Was, "Novel Structure Formation with Ion
Beam Mixing, "11:30 am, 1017 Dow Bldg.
CRLT-TA Workshop, B Black, "The Feedback Lec-
ture, "6:30-9:30 pm. Regis: 764-6840.
College Republicans-Mass mtg, 7:30 pm, Pond Rms,
Mich Union. 764-6022.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Lecs, "Choosing Your Major,"
4:10 pm, 2001 MLB, & "The Job Search," 4:10-5:30 pm,
Lec Rm 1,MLB. On-Campus Recruiting Mass Mtg/Info
Sess, 4:30-5:45 pm, MLB 4. 764-7460.
Rackham Grad Sch/Pharm-Sem, G Amidon, "Oral De-
livery of Peptides: Prospects and Limitations, " 4 pm,
3554 C C Little. 747-2224.
Computing Ctr-Course, B Blue, "Learning to Use the
MTS File Editor Pt II, " 7-9 pm, 4003 SEB. Regis: 747-
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship-Mtg, 7 pm, 126 E Qr

U-M-DBN-Lec, K Street, "Recent Developments in Spec-
troflourometry, 2:30 pm, 144 CAB. 593-5277. Medieval
film ser, The Court Jester, 7:30 pm, 138 CAB. 593-
*U-M-Flint-Film, Out of Africa, 7 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva.
Spotlight Ser, J Holmes Dancers, 8 pm, U-pM-Flint
Theater. Tkts: 363 Univ Ctr, 762-3431.
Folk Dance Club-Intl folk dancing, 8-11 pm, Mich Union.
Korean Christian Fellowship-Bible study mtg, 9 pm,
Campus Chapel. 747-0120.
Sch Music-Accompanying recital, C Lee, soprano, & T
Camburn, piano, 8 pm, Recital Hall. Collage Concert,
8:15, Hill Aud.
Women's Basketball-vs Northwestern, 7:30 pm, Crisler
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beg welcome, 6-8 pm,
1200 CCRB.
Grad Christian Fellowship-Lec, j Sire, "Christ and the
Modern Mind, "7:30 pm, Kuenzel Rm, Mich Union.
Engr-Colloq, P Turinski, "Nuclear Fuel Management
Optimization PWRs, " & D Looze, "The Value of Tar-
get Acceleration Estimates for Air-To-Air Guidance,"
3:45 pm (refresh: 3:30 pm), White Aud, Cooley Bldg.
Guild House-Forum, A Downing, "One Person's Per-
spective on Nicaragua, "noon, 802 Monroe St. 662-5189.
Newman Ctr-Audio-visual tour, "In the Footsteps of St
Augustine," 7:30 pm, 331 Thompson St. 994-6340.
Linguistics-Lec, P Beddor, "Perceptual Motivations for
Phonological Patterns, "noon, 2050 Frieze Bldg.
Hist & Anthro-Colloq, N Dirks, "The Ethnohistory of an
Indian Kingdom, "4 pm, 2021 LSA Bldg.
S & SE Asian Stds-Lec/slides, N Dirks, "The Theater
State? Princely Politics in South India, "noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm. 747-2082.
January 24
*AAFC-Man of Flowers, 7 & 9 pm, Nat Sci Bldg.
*U-M-Flint-Music school benefit concert, New Reforma-
tion Jazz Band, 8 pm, U-M-Flint Theater. Tkts: 762-
*Exhibit Mus-Family Show, "The Brightest Stars," 10:30
& 11:30 pm, & The Universe Game, 1:30, 2:45 & 4 pm,
Planetarium, 1109 Geddes Ave. 764-0478.
*Hockey-vs Mich State, 7:30 pm, Yost Ice Arena.
*Men's Gymnastics-vs Wisc, EMU, 7 pm, Crisler Arena.
*Women's Gymnastics-vs Wisc, Northern Ill, 7 pm, Cris-
ler Arena.
*Women's Swimming/Diving-vs Ind Univ-univ Wisc, 2
pm, Mann Pool.
*Grad Christian Fellowship-Conf, J Sire, "Christ in the
Marketplace of Ideas, "9:30 am-3 pm, MLB 3.
Rec Sports-X-country ski lessons; beg I & II, noon-1:30
pm; beg I& intermed, 2-3:30 pm, Radrick Farms Golf
Course. 764-3967.
Gay Liberation-Alumni mtg, 5 pm, Pond Rm, Mich
Union. 763-4186.
*Hill St Cinema-A Clockwork Orange, 7 & 9:30 pm,
1429 Hill St. United Jewish Appeal Kickoff Blitz, 9 pm,
Univ Club. 663-3336.
January 25
Zen Buddhist Temple-Beg course, "Zen Meditation &
Practice," 8:30 pm, 1214 Packard Rd. Regis: 761-6520.
Ethics & Religion-Film, Fundi: The Story of Ella Baker,
7:30 pm, & "Legacy of a Dream, "4 pm, Aud B, Angell
His House Christian Fellowship-Bible study/meal, 6-8
pm, 925 E Ann St. 663-0483.
Mus Art-Docent tour, "Modern Master Drawings," 2 pm.
*Exhibit Mus-The Universe Game, 1:30, 2:30 & 4 pm,
Planetarium, 1109 Geddes Ave. 764-0478.
*Univ Musical Soc-Perf, Ridge String Quartet, 4 pm,
Rackham Aud.
Students of Objectivism-Course (lecs 2), "Philosophy of


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