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Candidates disagree over housing issue

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not need more developments, but
there are environmental factors that
play a role in city planning. "As far
as the skyline, I want to see it kept
low," Witchie said.
Incoming city council members
will be faced with reports on the
proposed pay equity study. The pay
equity study will be. looking for
sexual discrimination in the city's
job classifications. Coleman said
the feels the city pay scale study
* will help councilmembers

reorganize the pay classifications.
She hopes to see more women and

minorities

heading

departments.
Elton said there are "bad
attitudes" among city employees
because "The city is a rotten
employer. Until that stops they
will have the same problems with
high turn over, unresponsive
employees and difficult unions, pay
equity is a little part of the
problem, but at least they are
starting on the problem."

Witchie said he would like to see
the pay equity study directed
towards investigating equal pay for
people doing equal jobs. He
believes city employers place a
value judgment on a person's job
based on education.
Both Democrats emphasized the
need to consider the human services
involved in each issue. Both agree
that federal budget cuts have
burdened the city. "I think that how
we care for the least among us
shows how we care for humanity as

a whole," Coleman said.
Elton said that our federal
government creates more hungry
people every day by cutting off
revenue sharing and increasing
military spending. This has created
more of a burden on the city, Elton
said.
Coleman has worked on several
campaigns for other public figures.
She has raised issues on campus
such as military research and
discrimination, she said.

Advisory group plagued by student resignations

(Continued from Page 1)
chow resigned and accused Joseph-
son of usurping the assembly's
:right to appoint the students.
"There exists a real fear that if
}the University administration goes
around hand-picking students with-
out MSA, they could legitimize
K their views without real student
.input," Muenchow said.

Other students on the caucus
were surprised by the resignations,
but hope that the momentum of the
council will not be hindered. The
remaining five students have been
meeting since December.
"It's unfortunate when politics
gets in the way of trying to do
something good," Duderstadt said.
At the same time, details about

Duderstadt's undergraduate initiat-
ives fund have failed to reach
University students.
Duderstadt announced last month
that he is soliciting proposals from
students, faculty, staff, and admin-
istrators on how best to improve
the entire undergraduate experience.
He has set aside approximately $1

million a year for the effort.
Duderstadt set an April 1
deadline for proposals and plans to
form a committee of students,
faculty, and administrators to help
him review the proposals by May
1, when he will announce which
ones he plans to implement and
fund with the necessary resources.

Elton Coleman
... supports pay equity ... wants more 'U' housing
TUESDAY LUNCH LECTURES
at the
INTERNATIONAL CENTER - 603 E. Madison
12 NOON
February 10: WHAT IT IS LIKE TO BE
AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALIST
Speaker: JOE GAMBORDELLO,
Journalism Fellow in Residence, UPI Chief Correspondent from London
Sponsored by the Ecumenical Campus Center
and The International Center

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The
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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.
MONDAY
February 9
Cog Sci & Mach Intel Lab--Colloq, E Hildreth,
"Computational Studies of Visual Motion Analysis," 4:15
pm, 1018 Bus Ad Bldg. 747-4948.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Underwriting positions, Continental
Insurance Co, 7-9 pm, Kuenzel Rm, Mich Union. Career
Ping & Plcmt--Progs, "Introductory Practice Interviewing,"
3200 SAB; "Resumes for the International Student," 221619
Art & Arch; "Preparing for the Summer Job Fai'r," 4:10 pm,
Lee Rm 1, MLB, & "Resume Writing," 6-7:30 pm, B115
MLB. 764-7460.
U-M-DBN--Omowale Cultural Soc, W Afr music, drums &
dancing, 11 am-1 pm, Univ Mall concourse, & film,
Mandela, cont showings 2:30-4:30 pm, 2022 Univ Mall.
593-5390. Lee, D Merrifield, "Forces of Change," 5 pm,
Fairlane Club, 19000 Hubbard Dr. 593-5160.
Ethics & Religion--Films, Merton (Thomas): A Film
Biography, & Allan Boesak: Choosing for Justice, 4 pm,
Aud B, Angell Hall.
Guild House--Writers ser, B Greminger & C Sheldon,
readings, 8 pm, 802 Monroe St. 662-5189.
LSA --Disting Sr Fac Lec Ser, S Eldersveld, "National
Bureaucrats & Politicians, Elites in Conflict & Consensus
at the Apex of the System;" 8 pm, Rackham Amph.
Sch Music--Concert, percussion ensemble, E Becher,
conductor, 8 pm, Hill Aud.
Black History Mo--Black Art Exhibit, 3-5 pm, 1209 Mich
Union. 764-6498.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club--Beg
class, 7:15 pm, Martial Arts Rm, IM Bldg. 763-3562.
Russ & E Europ Stds--Lec, A Nove, "Reform: What
Reform?" 4:30 pm, 200 Lane Hall.
*Zen Buddhist Temple--Beg course, "Zen Meditation &
Practice," 9:30-11:30 am, 1214 Packard Rd. 761-6520.
Ne E & N Afri Stds--Brown bag lec, D Smith, "The
Foreign Correspondent in the Middle East," noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm. 764-0350.
A-Squares--Sq dancing, 8:30-10 pm, Mich Union. 665-5794.
Christian Sci Org--Org mtg, 7:15 pm, 3rd Fl, Mich League.
665-4128.
Computing Ctr--Course, "Using the MTS Message System
& Remote Mail," 1-3 pm, 4003 SEB. Regis: 747-2424.
Gay Liberation--Lesbian-Gay Male Community Open
House, 8:30 pm, Canterbury, 218 N Division. 665-0606,
763-4186.
LSA--Fac mtg, 4:10 pm, Aud 4, MLB.
Microcomp Ed Ctr --Workshops, "Macintosh Operating
System," 10:30 am-12:30 pm; "MS-DOS Basic Skills," 6-9
pm; "Programming in dBASE III PLUS, Pt II," 1-5 pm, &
"Lotus 1-2-3, Pt I," 8:30 am-12:30 pm, 3001 Sch Ed Bldg.
Regis: 747-2424.
Tau Beta Pi--Tutoring for 100- & 200-level math, sci & engr
courses, 8-10 pm, 307 Undergrad Lib.
Tae Kwon Do Club--Beg welcome, 6:30-8:15 pm, 2275
CCRB. 996-8422.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club--Beg
class, 7:15 pm, Martial Arts Rm, IM Bldg. 763-3562.
Stdts of Objectivism --Disc, "The Nature of the
Corporation," (Readings: "Man's Rights" from Ayn Rand's
The Virtue of Selfishness & Robert Hessen's "A New
Concept of Corporations: A Contractual & Private Property
Model"), 8 pm, 1205 Bus Sch. 663-5589.
Society Women Engrs--Pre-interview, Chevron, 5-7 pm,
1078 E Engr; ESL, Inc, 7-9 pm & Engr & Lockheed
Missles & Space, 4-6 pm, 3513 E Engr 763-5027.
CRLT--TA Workshop, J Kulik & B Black, "Designing &
Grading Tests," 6:30-9 pm, 109 E Madison St. Regis: 763-
2396.
C hem --Sem, G Girolami, "Low-Valent Organometallic
Derivitives of the Early Transition Elements as Catalytic
Models & Ceramic Precursors," 4 pm, 1200 Chem Bldg.
764-7315.
Inst for Humanities--Conf, K Hubbell, 'The Architect & Mr
Heidegger," 7:30 pm, Rackham Aud. 662-2280.
Biology--Sem, K Fryxell, "An Opsin Gene That is Expressed
Only in the R7 Photoreceptor Cell of Drosophila," noon,
3011 Nat Sci.
TUESDAY
February 10
Biostats/Stats--Lec, M Zelen, "Length-Biased Sampling in
Biomedical Applications," 3:30 pm (coffee: 3 pm, M4034

Japanese Stds--Brown bag lec, W Gray, "How Chinese is
China's New Civil Code?" noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
764-6307.
Camp Bible Study--Disc, 7 pm, Rm C, Mich League. 349-
4981.
U-M-DBN--Career Strategies Panel, E Bolling, noon, 2022
Univ Mall.
593-5390.
*Black History Mo--Soul Food Dinner, 4:30-6:16 pm,
Mosher Jordan Cafeteria.
Eclipse Jazz--Lec, G Dahlberg, "Art Blakey & His Music,"
7:30-9:30 pm, Anderson Rm, Mich Union. 763-0046.
Intl Ctr/Ecumen Camp Ctr --Lec, J Gombordello, "What
Its Like to Be an International Journalist," noon, 603 E
Madison St. 662-5529.
*U-M-Flint--Comedy Connection, MC, D Gray, 8 pm, Univ
Ctr Brewery 762-3431.
Human Growth & Devp --Sem, M Johnston, "Mechanisms
of Early Brain Injury," noon, 10th Level Commons, 300
NIB.
Microcomp Ed Ctr--Workshop, "dBASE III PLUS, Pt II,"
1-5 pm, 3001 Sch Ed Bldg. Regis: 747-2424.
Med Ctr--Mastectomy isc C,noon-1:15 pm, BH101 Med
Ctr. 763-9953.
*Musical Soc--Concert, K"TeKanawa, soprano, 8 pm, Hill
Aud. Tickets:764-2538. -
Taubman Ctr--Prog in Amer Institutions, G Sells speaks on
experiences in TV news broadcasting, noon, Kuenzel Rm,
Mich Union. 763-4783.
Visiting Writers Ser--Reading, T McMillan, 4 pm, E Conf
Rm, Rackham Bldg.
*U-M-Flint--Comedy Collection, Steve O, R Mulliger & D
Gray, 8 pm, Univ Ctr Brewery. 762-3350.
Armenian Stdts Cultural Assoc--Study break, 9-11:30
pm, upstairs at Charlie's. 747-8740.
Society Women Engrs--Pre-interview, Rockwell Intl
Avianics, 7-9 pm, 1078 E Engr. 763-5027.
Psychobiol--Colloq, C Butter, "Components of Attentional
Disorders in Brain Damaged Patients," 12:30-2 pm, 1057
MHRI. 747-0933.
CRLT--TA Workshop, A Storey, "Speaking Skills," 6:30-8:30
pm, 109 E Madison St. Regis: 763-2396. Workshop, G
Williams, R Ridley & D Elliott, "35mm Slide Production,"
7-10:30 pm, 400 4th St. Regis: 764-0505.
Mich Gay Union --Soc/disc grp, 9 pm, Guild House, 802
Monroe St. 763-4186.
B i of ogy--Sem, D Friedman, "Punctuation in Gene Expression:
The End of The Message," noon, 1139 Nat Sci.
WEDNESDAY
February 11
Anatomy & Cell Biol--Sem, K Christensen, "A Paris
Sabbatical," 12:05 pm, 5732 Med Sci I.
AIESEC/IntI Bus Club--Mtg, 5:15 pm, K1310 Kresge
Bldg. 747-2232.
Bioengr--Sem, B Palsson, "Cellular Bioengineering: Basic
Principles & Potential Applications," 4 pm (coffee: 3:3(
pm), 1017 Dow Bldg.
Career Ping & Pemt --Progs, "Career Conference for
Minority & Disabled Students-Information Day," 10 am -
noon & 1:30-5 pm, Mich League; "The Law School Essay,"
& "Designing a Resume: Layout & Printing Options," 4:10
pm, 3200 SAB. 764-7460.
Women in Sc Prog--Mtg/disc, 4 pm, CEW, 350 S Thayer.
763-7225.
Commission for Women--Mtg, noon-1:30 pm, W Conf
Rm, Rackham Bldg 763-3645.
Disser Support Grp--Mtg, 8:30-10 am, 3100 Mich Union.
764-8312.
U-M-DBN--Film, Poltergeist & Poltergeist II, 7:30 pm, Rec
& Org Ctr.
593-5556.
Dentistry--Sem, P Caufield, "Epidemiology of Streptococcus
mutans Infections," 4 pm, G-390 Dent Res Inst.
U-M-Flint--Stdts for Black Achievement film, Vanishing
Family-The Crisis in Black America, 4 pm, 762-3353, &
poetry reading, X Kennedy & H Malone, 7 pm, Univ Ctr
Kiva. 762-3200 after 3 pm. *Play, '37-'87, by Collective
Playwrights Workshop of the Labor Theater Project, 8 pm,
U-M-Flint Theater. 762-3230.
*Sch Dance--Intl Dance Workshop, 12:45-4 pm (two classes),
Studio A, Dance Bldg, 1310 N Univ Ct. 763-5460.
*Cont Legal Ed--Course, "Building a Probate Practice," 9
am-5 pm, Weber's Inn, 3050 Jackson Rd. Regis: 769-2500.
Sch Music--Recital, J Oh, organ, 8 pm, Moore Hall, & M
Rose, piano, 8 pm, Recital Hall.
Mech Engr & App Mech --Sem, J Chen-Lehigh,
"Boiling," 4 pm (coffee: 3:45 pm), 2281 G G Brown Lab.
Biostats/Stats--Sem, M Zelen, "Waiting Times, Clinical
Problems & Counting Processes," 4 pm (coffee: 3:30 pm),
1443 Mason Hall.
Sci Fic Club/Stilyagi Air Corps--Mtg, 8:30 pm, Conf
Rm, Mich League 994-8419.
Tau Beta Pi--See Feb 9.
Tae Kwon Do Club--See Feb 9.
WCBN (88.3)--Prog, "All Things Reconsidered," 6:30 pm,
(WJJX 650 AM) 763-3500.
Russian & E Europ Stds --Brown bag lec, M Evangelista,
"Soviet Responses to Star Wars," noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm.

763-2396. Workshop, H Yaniv & D Geister, "Authoring
Computer-Based Tutorials & Simulations," 6-10 pm, 2230
E Engr. Regis: 764-0505.
StuWoodshop--Safety class for new shop users, Sess I, 3-5
pm, SAB 763-4025.
Chem--Sem, S Ward, "Enantioselective Conjugate Addition
Reactions," 4 pm, 1300 Chem Bldg. 764-7315.
Biostats--Lec, M Davidian, "Variance Function Estimation in
Heteroscedastic Regression," 3:30 pm (coffee: 3:30 pm Rmn
M4034), 4332 SPH I. 764-5450.
THURSDAY
February 12
Mus Anthro--Brown bag lec, L Fisher, "Magdalenian Sites
and Swiss Lakeshore Archaeology," noon, 2009 Museum
Bldg.
*AAFC-4 Wouldn't Want to be a Man, 6:30 pm; The Loves of
the Pharaoh, 7:45 pm, & Forbidden Paradise, 9:30 pm, Aud
A, Angell Hall.
*The Brecht Company--Perf, The Firebugs, 8 pm,
Residential Coll Aud Tickets: Mich Theater & 995-0532.
Univ Fac Women--Lec/*lunch, B Reed, "Women in
Leadership Roles," 5:30 pm, Conf Rm 4, Mich League.
761-4320.
Career Ping & Plcmt--Progs "Polishing Your Resume to
Perfection," & "Investigating Organizations & Employers,
Pt 1," 4:10 pm, 3200 SAB; "Interviewing," 4:10 pm, Le
Rm 1, MLB. 764-7460.
U-M-DBN--Open forum, "Unique Experiences of Black
Students," noon-3 pm, Gabriel Richard Ctr. Keynote
address, D Gregory, 7:30 pm, Rec & Org Ctr 593-5390.
Black History Mo--Black Med Assoc exhibit/film, Malcolm
X, 7 pm, & *Soul Food Dinner, Alice Lloyd Hall. Arts at
Mid-day, Afro American music program, "The Eva Jessye
Collection," speaker, B Shea, 12:15, Mich Union.
*U-M-Flint--Film, Kiss of the Spider Woman, 7 & 9 pm,
Univ Ctr Kiva 762-3431. Play, '37-'87, by Collective
Playwrights Workshop of Labor Theater Project, 8 pm, U-
M-Flint Theater. 762-3230.
His House Christian Fellowship--Bible study, 7:30,9
pm, 925 E Ann St 663-0483, 665-0775.
*Sch Dance--Intl Dance Workshop, 11 am-2:15 pm (three
classes), Studio A, Dance Bldg, 1310 N Univ Ct. 763-
5460.
Japanese Stds--Brown bag lec, Y Ota, "Shamanism in Japan,"
noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm. 769-2892.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship --Mtg, 7 pm, 126 E
Quad. 668-6358.
*Cont Legal Ed--Course, "Building an Estate Planning
Practice," 9 am-5 pm, Holidome-Holiday Inn, 2900 Jackson
Rd. Regis: 665-4444.
Mich League--Intl Night, Japan, 4:30-7:30 pm, The League
Buffet.
Microcomp Ed Ctr--Workshops, "Basic Concepts of Word
Processing," 3-5 pm, & "Introduction to Microcomputers,"
6-8 pm, 4003 Sch Ed Bldg. 747-2424.
Sch Music--Concert, Symph Band/Concert Band, 8 pm, Hill
Aud. 763-4726.
Black History Mo--Black Awareness Workshop, 6 pm,
Stockwell Dorm Lounge 995-1725.
Sch Music--Recital, C Lee, soprano, 8 pm, Recital Hall.
*Play, The Miser, 8 pm, Trueblood Theater. 763-4726.
Med Ctr--Lumpectomy Disc Grp, noon-1:15 pm, BlH101
Med Ctr. 763-9953, 936-4300.
*Exhibit Mus--The Universe Game, 8 pm, Planetarium,
1109 Geddes Ave 764-0478.
Stu Struggle for Soviet Jewry--Pres, "Plight of Soviet
Jews," noon, Diag
Musical storyteller--R Charlestein, 7:30 pm, Pendleton
Rm, Mich Union. 94-4350.
Stu Intl Meditation Soc --Intro lec, 8 pm, "Transcendental
Meditation Technique," 528 W Liberty. 996-TMTM.-
Scottish Country Dancers--Beg, 7-8 pm;
intermeds/advanced, 8-9 pm; social, 9-10 pm, Forest Hills
Comm Ctr, 2331 Shadowood. 996-0129.
Tau Beta Pi--See Feb 9.
Turner Clinic--Workshop, "Refresher Course & Update on
Diabetes & the Older Adult," 2:30 pm, 1010 Wall St. 764-
2556.
Univ AA --Mtg, noon, 3200 Mich Union (non-smoking), St
Mary's Ed Ctr (smoking). 764-8312.
Univ Fac Women--Lec/*buffet, B Reed, "Women in
Leadership Roles," Conf Rm near buffet, Mich League.
764-1148, 763-2336.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club--See
Feb 9.
Russian & E Europ Stds--COMECON Symp, Z
Fallenbuchl, "The Mechanism of Integration: Present &
Future Needs;" E Gucwa-Lesny, 'The New Program of
Scientific & Technological Development of CMEA
Countries: Goals & Challenges;" NBochniarz, "Integration
in Agriculture: Trade, Forms of Cooperation," & P
Kotelnicki, "Foreign Trade and Fiscal Integration," 2-5:30
pm, E Conf Rm, Rackham Bldg.
Germanic Lang & Lit--Lec, R Lippi, "Variation Leading to
Change in Rural Alemannic," 4:10 pm, W Conf Rm,
Rackham Bldg.
Atmospheric & Oceanic Sci--Sem, T Gombosi, "High
Speed Plasma Flows in the Atmospheres of the Earth &
Comets," 4 pm (coffee: 3:45 pm), 2231 Space Res Bldg.
746-3606.
Rackham/Pharm--Sem, L Watring, "Studies on the
Mechanism of Cytotoxicity of TCN, an Antitumor
Adenosine Analog," 4 pm, 3554 C C Little Bldg 747-2224.
Bioengr--Symp, poster pres, 10 am-1 pm, Towsley Ctr.
Grad Christian Fellowship--Mtg, 7 pm, Rm D, Mich
League. 668-6358.
Society Women Engrs--Pre-interview, Aerospace Corp, 1-4
pm, 143 Chrysler Ctr. 763-5027.
Acad Women's Caucus--Lec/*lunch, P Ocker, "A Current
Picture of Women's Athletics at Michigan," noon, Mich
Rm, Mich League. 764-1105.
Hillel--Dialogue, "Judaism, Christianity & Islam," 7:30 pm,
Islamic Ctr, 2301 Plymouth Rd. 663-3336.
Mental Hth Res Inst--Vision Lunch Sem, T Weymouth,
"Knowledge-based Computer Vision Techniques," 12:15-
1:30 pm, 2055 MHRI. 764-0573.
Stu Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, Sess II, 3-5
pm, SAB 763-4025.
Chem--Sem, R Laibowitz, "Electron Transport in Percolating
Gold Films," 4 pm, 1200 Chem Bldg. 764-7315.

138 Classroom Ad Bldg. 593-5556. Lee, P Kissinger,
"Electrochemistry & Liquid Chromatography Techniques for
the Study of Metabolism," 2:30 pm, 144 CAB. 593-5277.
*U-M-Flint--Family Times, 5-10 pm, Kid's Rec, 7-9 pm,
Activity Areas 1 & 2, Rec Bldg. 762-3441. Play, '37-'87,
by Collective Playwrights Workshop of Labor Theater
Project, 8 pm, U-M-Flint Theater. 762-3230. Stdts for
Black Achievement music, "A Night of Jazz," 9 pm-
midnight, Univ Ctr Brewery. 762-3353.
*Sch Dance--Intl Dance Workshop, 12:45-2:15 pm
(lec/demo), Studio A, Dance Bldg, 1310 N Univ C. 763-
5460.
Folk Dance Club --Intl folk dancing (live music), 8-11 pm,
Basement Studio, Mich League. 665-0219 (eves).
Korean Christian Fellowship--Bible study mtg, 9 pm,
Campus Chapel 747-0120.
Microcomp Ed Ctr--Workshops, "Microsoft Word for IMB-
PC Compatible Microcomputers, Pt I," 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
"Microsoft Word Version 3.0 for IBM-PC-Compatible
Microcomputers: New Features," 1-5 pm, 3001 Sch Ed
Bldg, & "Basic Concepts of Spreadsheeting," 10:30 am-
12:30 pm, 4003 Sch Ed Bldg. 747-12424.
Sch Music--Recital, D Parsons, piano, 6 pm, Recital Hall.
*Play, The Miser, 8 pm, Trueblood Theater. Concert,
Symph Band/Concert Band, 8 pm, Hill Aud. 763-4726.
*Musical Soc--Concert, Guameri Quartet, 8 pm, Rackham
Aud. Tickets: 764-2538.
Philosophy--Lec, J Haugeland, 'The Same Only Different," 4
pm, W Conf Rm, Rackham Bldg. 764-6285.
*Women's Basketball--vs Mich State, 7:30 pm, Crisler
Arena.
*Hockey--vs Alaska-Fairbanks, 7:30 pm, Yost Arena.
S & SE Asian Stds --Lec/slides, K Benitez, 'The Pabasa:
Pasyon Singing as Cultural History in the Philippines,"
noon, Lane Hall Commons Rt 747-2082.
Tae Kwon Do Club--Beg welcome, 6-8 pm, 1200 CCRB.
996-8422.
Phys Ed/Sports Mgmt & Communic/Intercoll
Athletics--Lecs, J Behee, 'The Black Athlete at Michigan:
The Early Years," & panel disc, "The Black Athlete at
Michigan: The Current Years," 1-3 pm, Rackham Amph.
Lesbian-Gay Law Stdts/Mich Gay Union--Valentine
Dance, 9 pm, Law Lounge; 551 S State. 763-4186.
Mus Art--Lec/recep, E Maurer, "Max Ernst. Beyond
Surrealism," 7:30 pm, Hale Aud. 764-0395.
SATURDAY
February 14
*AAFC--Lonely Hearts, 7 & 9 pm, Aud A, Angell Hall.
*The Brecht Company--See Feb 12.
*U-M-Flint--Play, '37-'87, by Collective Playwrights
Workshop of Labor Theater Project, 2:30 & 8 pm, U-M-
Flint Theater. 762-3230. Black History Mo Labor Awards
Prog, 7-10 pm, Happenings Rm, Univ Ci. 762-3353.
Black History Mo--Dance, "Quiet Storm," 10 pm,
Ambatana Lounge, S Quad.
Sch Music--Recital, R Schwarz, percussion, 8 pm, Recital
Hall. *Play, The Miser, 5 & 9 pm, Trueblood Theater.
763-4726.
*Exhibit Mus--The Universe Game, 1:30, 2:45 & 4 pm, &
The Brightest Stars, 10:30 & 11:30 pm, Planetarium, 1109
Geddes Ave. 764-0478.
*Philippine-Mich Club--Valentine's Day Party, 7-11:30
pm, Georgetown Country Club. 665-0172, 971-6903.
*Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament--Benefit
dance, "Give Peace a Dance," 8 pm, Mich Union Ballroom.
Tickets: Schoolkids Records, CTC ticket outlets or 994-
6268.
*Women's Gymnastics--vs Mich State, 1 pm, Crisler
Arena.
*Women's Indoor Track--Wolverine Open, 11 am, Track &
Tennis Bldg.
*Hockey--See Feb 13.
*Men's Swimming--vs Ohio State, 3:30 pm, Mann Pool.
*Men's Gymnastics--vs Iowa, 1 pm, Crisler Arena.
*Hill St Cinema--Seven Samurai, 7:15 & 9:50 pm, 1429
Hill St. 663-3336.
Gay Liberation--U-M alumni mtg, 4 pm, Pond Rm, Mich
Union (stdts, fac & staff welcome). 763-4186.
SUNDAY
February 15
*AAFC--Rockaby, 7 pm; Theatre, 1957, 8:10 pm, & Film,
1965, 8:35 pm, Nat Sci.
Zen Buddhist Temple--Meditation svc, 5-7 pm, 1214
Packard Rd. 761-6520.
*The Brecht Company--Perf, The Firebugs, 2 pm,
Residential Coll Aud Tickets: Mich Theater & 995-0532.
Ethics & Religion--Film, Les Madres: Mothers of the Plaza
De Mayo, & Union Maids, 7:30 pm, Aud B, Angell Hall.
764-7442.
U-M-Flint--Family Times, noon-8 pm, Kid's Rec, 2-4 pm,
Activity Areas 1 & 2, Rec Bldg. 762-3441. Lec, L Jones
& G Evanoff, "From Sitdown to Shutdowns: Pioneer
Unionists Talk About 1937 and 1987," 1 pm, 225
Classroom Ofc Bldg. 762-3230. *Play, '37-'87, by
Collective Playwrights Workshop of Labor Theater Project,
2:30 pm, U-M-Flint Theater. 762-3230.
His House Christian Fellowship--Bible study/meal, 6-8
pm, 925 E Ann St 663-0483, 665-0775.
Black History Mo--SISTER fashion show, 6 pm, Stockwell
Dorm Lounge.
Exhibit/lec--"Women in the Arts," J Taylor-Pickett, 3-5 pm,
Mich Union.
Sch Music--Recitals, stdts of L Stout, hom, 8 pm, Recital
Hall. Fac Buxtehude Ser, M Mason, 4 pm, Moore Hall.
Concert, Michigan Chamber Players, 4 pm, Rackham Aud.
*Play, The Miser, 2 pm, Trueblood Theater 763-4726.
*Major Events --Concert, Survivor, 7:30 pm, Hill Aud.
Tickets: Mich Union Ticket Ofc, Ticket World/Ticket
Master & 763-TKTS.
*Major Events--Play, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Natl
Theater of the Deaf, 7:30 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre.
Tickets: Mich Union Ticket Ofc, Ticket World, 763-TKTS.
Mus Art--Docent tour, 'Transitional Planes," by Stewart &
Ramsey, & "Modern Master Drawings," 2 pm.
*Exhibit Mus--See Feb 14.

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