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The Michigan Daily- Monday, March 30, 1987-Page 5

The Ann Arbor Fire Department
is investigating yesterday's early
morning fire in East Quad. Captain
Norm Herbert said two trash cans
were set ablaze outside rooms on
second floor Hayden and basement
Cooley. No suspects have been
identified and Herbert said the Fire
Prevention investigators have been
called to investigate. Arson is
} suspected.
A University bus was hit by a
Plymouth Voyager van Friday
morning as the bus approached
North Campus, according to Dir -
ector of University Public Safety
Leo Heatley. The Ann Arbor Fire
Dept. is unsure about the cause of
the collision, which occurred at the
intersection of Bonisteel and Glacier
Road. Acting Fire Lt. Jim Wallace
Qsaid none of the bus' passengers
were hurt, but three occupants of
the other vehicle were taken to
University Hospital. Two of the
three had multiple lacerations to
their face; one was treated for leg
,;injuries and a possible broken
w wrist, as well as shock. The third
V ictim was treated for possible
internal injuries. Hospital officials
refused to discuss the injuries, but
said two of the injured had been


WCBN to address racism
during week-long series

To bring about better
understanding of racism at the
University, student-run FM radio
station WCBN will air a week-long
series on the topic, beginning
tonight at 6:00 p.m.
According to Des Preston, a
former University student and
WCBN talk show host and
commentator, a look at the
immorality of racism is not en-
"Only through a realistic under-
standing of how racism operates in
societies through history can we
understand current racism in its
perspective," Preston said.
WCBN is running the series as a

community service, in hopes that
the current tension surrounding
campus racism may be directed
towards the more subtle, unknown
aspects of the problem, according to
Preston said the station is not
running the series as a University
affiliate, or because the station is
affiliated with WJJX-AM, which
was closed in February after it
broadcasted phoned-in racist jokes.
WCBN has always addressed
minority issues, and will continue
to do so, Preston said.
The five one-hour segments will
be open discussions, with each
night's guest speaking on a
different aspect of racism.

Barbara Ransby of the United
Coalition Against Racism, and
Wayne State University English
Prof. Michael Bell have agreed to
speak on two of the segments.
Preston, former student Rick
Whealey, and LSA student Rick
Titsworth will host the segments.
Each segment will focus on a
complex analysis of racism in
general, including international and
domestic racial conflicts.
In one segment, Whealey hopes
to explore the "prankish and
immature" aspects of racism
surrounding ethnic jokes and
stereotypes. Other shows will deal
with the psychology, history and
social aspects of racism.

Heather Morrison, LSA sophomore, front, and LSA senior Peter Schap-
pack observe a snowy-white owl perched on top of the C.C. Little building
Friday. People stopped to get a look at the owl which remained atop the
building all day.

Hackers wreak havoc at

(Continued from Page 1)
The employees at the Public
Health computing center began
erasing these pictures after a user
sent a message through the Mich-
igan Terminal System message
board to all the computing centers
regarding the picture's offensiv-
eness. Masten then sent word to her
employees to contact her if the
picture was found, in order to erase
the pictures. Fewer than ten specific

incidents have been reported to her
office, she said.
MASTEN said the computing
centers are unable to protect the
MacWrite disks from being tam-
pered with, but if this continues to
be a problem, they will have to
implement costly countermeasures.
To prevent user tampering with
start-up disks, Masten said that the
monitors would have to erase and
recopy the start-up disks each time

they are turned in. She said she is
very reluctant to do this because it
would be extremely costly in
replacement software and staff
Thinking about a possible
perpetrator, Masten said, "One
would need a high amount of
computer knowledge to copy the
start-up picture on the MacWrite
disks," and the reason that there
have only been a few isolated

incidents is probably because it
took a great effort and a
considerably long time to do. She
said the start-up picture of Shields
could have been obtained through
national networks via MTS.
Stan Tsao, a monitor at the
school of Public Health computing
center, said, "In order to put (the
picture) on the screen, one must be
a professional computer
programmer or at least very

knowledgable about computers and
software." Generally, monitors do
not have the knowledge to be
capable of putting this start-up
picture on the disks, Tsao said.
But engineering sophomore
Bjorn Gustafsson, a Macintosh user
at the Public Health computing
center, disagrees. "Anyone with a
basic knowledge of a Macintosh
could have put the picture on the
disks," Gustafsson said.


-by Steve Blonder


The Calendar
of The University of Michigan

Arab-Amer Univ Grads--Lec, P Findley, "The Role of the
Israeli Lobby in U.S. Foreign Policy," 7:30 pm, Aud, Lorch
Hall. 769-2776,764-5011.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr --Courses: "Programming In dBase
III PLUS, Pt I," 8:30 am-12:30 pm; "MS-DOS Hard Disk
Skills," 1-3 pm; "Programming in dBASE III PLUS, Pt I,"
8:30 am-12:30 pm, & "MS-DOS Hard Disk Skills," 1-3
pm, 3001 SEB. Regis: 747-2424.
Sch Ed--Lec, R Glaser, "Expertise, Knowledge & Instruction,"
4 pm, 1322 SEB. 763-2374.
*U-M-Flint--Concert, Jazz Ensemble Concert & Dance, 7
pm, Mich Rms, Univ Ctr. 762-3377. *Perf, Bell & Shore
(country/folk duo), 7 pm, Univ Ctr Brewery. 762-3350.
Biol--Lec, W Hauswirth, "Transcription in Animal & Plant
Mitochondria," noon, 3056 Nat Sci. Colloq, J Alcock,
"Sexual Selection & The Consequence of Male Size
Variation in Insects," 4 pm (coffee: 3:30 pm, 2111 Nat Sci),
Lec RmlI, MLB.
Arch & Urban Ping --Lec, A Senkevitch Jr, "The Stalinist
Wedding Cake' Tall Buildings in Postwar Moscow & Their
New York Antecedents," 8 pm, Rackham Amph.

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.
March 30
Christian Sci Org--Mtg, 7:15 pm, 3rd Fl, Mich League.
Gay Liberation--Lesbian-Gay Male Community Open House,
8:30 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N Division. 665-0606,
Guild House--Writers Ser, L Davis & C Lahey-Dolega, 8 pm,
802 Monroe. 662-5189.
Ne E & N Afr Stds--Brown bag lec, A Mayer, "Why Study
Islamic Law?" noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm, & lec, 'The
Study of Law in Islamic Civilization," 4 pm, W Conf Rm,
Rackham Bldg. 764-0350.
Sch Pub Hith--Disting lec ser, S Altman, "Impact of a
Changing Medical Payment System on Technological
Innovation & Utilization," 4 pm, SPH I. 764-8093.
Tau Beta Pi--Tutoring svcs, lower level math, science &
engr, 7-11 pm, 307 Undergrad Lib; 8-10 pm, 2332 Bursley
Hall, & Main Dining Rm, S Quad. 764-6250.
Tae Kwon Do Club--Beg welcome, 6:30-8:15 pm, 2275
CCRB. 665-7399.
Visiting Writers Ser--Lec, C Curtis, 4 pm, E Conf Rm,
Rackham Bldg. 764-0475.
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club--Beg
class, 7:15 pm, Martial Arts Bldg, IM Bldg. 763-3562.
A-Squares--Sq dancing, 8:30-10 pm, Mich Union. 665-5794.
Comp Vision Res Lab--Sem, S Haynes, "Qualitative
Vision--Successive Refinement," 5 pm, 3427 EECS. 764-
*Cont Legal Ed --Course, "Handling Damages in a Personal
Injury Case After Tort Reform," 1-5 pm, Weber's Inn.
Regis: 769-2500.
Mech Engr & Appl Mech--Sems: R Rabbitt, 'Three
Dimensional Acoustic Waves in the Ear Canal & Their
Interaction With the Tympanic Membrane," 2:30 pm (coffee:
2 pm, 2269 GG Brown), 1005 Dow & O Richmond,
"Deformation Process Modelling," 4 pm (coffee: 3:30 pm,
Rm 2269), Rm 2281, GG Brown.
MLK/Rosa Parks Prog--Sem, G Loury, "Informational
Externalities in the Presence of Preferential Selection,"
12:10-2 pm, Smith Sem Rm, 201 Lorch. 763-1490.
Comp Ctr--Course, "Monday Programming Seminars (C++),"
7-9 pm, 1013 NUBS. Regis: 747-2424.
Microcomp Ed Ctr--Courses: "Microsoft Word for IBM PC-
Compatible Microcomputers, Pt II," 8:30--10:30 am; "MS-
DOS Basic Skills," 1-4 pm; "Microsoft Word for IBM PC-
Compatible Microcomputers: Style Sheets," 10:30 am-
12:30 pm, 3001 SEB, & "Introduction to Microcomputers,"
1-3 pm, 4003 SEB. Regis: 747-2424.
March 31
Cog Sci & Mach Intell Lab--Brown bag lec, J Larkin,
"Interfaces to Intelligent Tutors," noon, C-2420B Bus Ad.
CRLT--Workshop, K Zinn, "Programming & Problem Solving
With Logo," 7-9 pm, 120 W Engr. Regis: 764-0505.
Campus Bible Study--Mtg/disc, 7 pm, Rm C, 3rd Fl, Mich
League, 349-4981.
Engl Country Dancing--Dancing, "Gopher Baroque," 8-10
pm, Mich Union. 663-0744.
Intl Ctr/Ecumen Ctr--Lec, T Roach, "A Perspective from a
Member of the Board of Regents--Classified Research,"
noon, 603 E Madison. 662-5529.
*U-M-Flint--Sem, "Domestic Violence," 7-9 pm, Aud,
McLaren Hosp. Regis: 762-3294,239-0520.
Geol Sci--Turner Lec Ser, J Valley, "The Role of Fluids in
Granulite Facies Matamorphism: Revisited," 4 pm, 4001
CC Little. 764-7543.
Hist Art--Lec, N Bryson, "Women/Painting/Pompeii," 7:30
pm, Aud D, Angell. 764-5400.
Hisman . _ nwth& T 2 vn --Se N Cameron "Long aTerm

Soc Work Stu Union--Panel disc, "Social Work: New
Directions & Future Challenges," 6:30 pm, E Conf Rm,
Rackham. 668-1529.
Soc Work --Pres/disc, N Amide, "The Welfare Agenda in
Washington," 12:15 pm, 3065 Frieze.
TARDAA/Dr Who Fan Club --Mtg, 8 pm, 296 Dennison
Bldg. 763-2646.
Tau Beta Pi--Tutoring svcs, lower level math, sci & engr, 7-
11 pm, 307 Undergrad Lib. 764-6250.
World Hunger Ed-Action Comm--Mtg, 6 pm, 4202 Mich
Union. 663-4301.
MLK/Rosa Parks Prog--Lec, G Loury, "The Problem of
Political Discourse Among Afroamericans," 4-5:30 pm,
Lorch Aud. 763-1490.
Stdts of Objectivism --Disc, "Conflicts of Interest,"
(reading: "Conflicts of Men's Interests" from Ayn Rand's
The Virtue of Selfishness), 8 pm, Welker Rm, Mich Union.
Comp Ctr--Course, "Special Topics in TeX," 7-9 pm, (2nd of
2), 4003 SEB. Regis: 747-2424.
Intl Ctr/Peace Corps--Prog, "Bringing the World Back
Home: A Peace Corps Celebration," 7:30 pm, Ann Arbor
Pub Lib, 343 S 5th Ave. 764-9310.
Christians in Action--Mtg, meet at Mich League at 7:30
pm for transportation to EMU. 764-8766.
Microcomputers Ed Ctr--Courses: "BC Desktop," 3-5 pm,
4003 SEB,,& "Lotus 1-2-3, Pt II," 1--5 pm, 3001 SEB.
Regis: 747-2424.
Psy cho biol--Colloq, F Adams, "Sources of DA Metabolites in
CSF," 12:30-2 pm, 1057 Ment Hth & Res Inst. 747-0933.
Chinese Stds--Brown bag lec, W Idema, "Classical Chinese
Drama,"noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm. 995-2104.
Mich Communicative Disorders Clin--Class, "Lip
Reading," 11 am, 1010 Wall St. Regis: 764-2556.
Human Proj Latin Amer --Lec, J Vandermeer, "Problems
(many) & Solutions (few) in Nicaragua's Agricultural
Development," 7:30 pm, Anderson Rm, Mich Union, 764-
Sch Art --Lec, J Leonard, "Romanticism, Vulnerability &
Twins," 7 pm, 2104 Art & Arch Bldg.
AIESEC/IntI Bus Club --Ntg, 5:15 pm, K1310 Kresge
Bldg. 747-2232,
Bioengr--Lec, D Dickie, "Regional Density Distribution in
Human Vertebrae," 4 pm (coffee: 3:30 pm), 1017 Dow.
Women in Sci Prog--Videotape, Careers in Physics &
Astronomy, noon, 350 S Thayer. 763-7225.
Disser Support Grp--Mtg, 8:30-10 am, 3100 Mich Union.
U-M-DBN--Film, Bachelor Party, 7:30 pm, Rec & Org Ctr.
Dent--Sem, R Carresse, "Regeneration in Periodontal Therapy,"
4 pm, 1033 Kellogg.
*Cinema Guild--Summer Paradise, 7 & 9 pm, Aud A,
*Mediatrics--Play It Again Sam, 7:30 & 9:15 pm, MLB 3.
*AAFC--What Do You Say to a Naked Lady, 7 pm & Sex
Kittens Go to College, 8:45 pm, Nat Sci.
Mich Gay Union --Soc/disc grp, 9 pm, Guild House, 802
Monroe. 763-4186.
Indust & Oper Engr --Sem, W Yang, "Duality Theorems in
Plasticity," 4pm (coffee: 3:30 pm), 241 IOE Bldg.
Nursing Hist Soc--Lec/*dinner, L Strodtman, "Elba Morse:
Fifty Years of Nursing Leadership," 8 pm (dinner: 7 pm),
Weber's Inn. 662-7444.
Russ & E Europ Stds--Brown bag lec, J Hatch, "Social &
Political Stability in Society Industry During NEP," noon,
Lane Hall Commons Rm. Lec, C Bogdan, "Eastern Europe
& the Relations Between the Superpowers," 4 pm, E Conf
Rm, Rackham.
Nat Resources--Sem, E Le Cren, "Perch & Pike in
Windermere: A 45-Year Study in Population Ecology,"
noon, 2032 Dana.
*Women's Tennis--vs Mich State, 3 pm, Track & Tennis
Sci Fic Club/Stilyagi Air Corps--Mtg, 8:30 pm, Conf
Rm, Mich League. 994-8419.
Tau Beta Pi--Tutoring svecs, lower level math, sci & engr, 7-
11 pm, 307 Undergrad Lib; 8-10 pm, 2332 Bursley Hall,
Red Carpet Annex of Alice Lloyd Hall & Main Dining Rm,
S Quad. 764-6250.
Tae Kwon Do Club--See March 30.
WCBN (88.3 FM)--Prog, "All Things Reconsidered," 6:30
pm. 763-3500.
WELS Lutheran Campus Ministry --Lenten worship svc,
7:30 pm, 1360 Pauline. 662-0663, 761-6362.
MLK/Rosa Parks Prog--Lec, G Loury, "Why Should We
Care About Group Inequality?" noon-2 pm, 104 W Engr.


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Sch Art--Lec, N Stokes, "How Landscape Architecture,
Lithography & Study in Germany Have Influenced Artistic
Evolution," 7:30 pm, 2107-8 Art & Arch Bldg.
Comp Professionals for Soc Responsibility --Mtg/lec,
A Vander, "Working to Stop the Nuclear Arms Race:
Essential Facts & Messages," 7:30 pm, Henderson Rm, 3rd
Fl, Mich League. 763-5875, 994-3726.
U-M-DBN--Concert, Vocal Choral Ensemble, 8 pm, Music
Rm, Henry Ford Estate-Fair Lane. 593-5555. Film,
Bachelor Party, 7:30 pm, Rec & Org Ctr. 593-5390.
*Exhibit Mus--Prog, "The Universe Game," 8 pm, 1109
Geddes. 764-0478.
His House Christian Fellowship--Bible study, 7:30-9
pm, 925 E Ann, 663-0483,665-0775.
Japanese Stds--Brown bag lec, L Hamilton, "Jasnese
Children & Elementary School," noon, Lane Hall Commons
Rm. 764-6307.
UAC/Impact Jazz--Dance workshop, 7-8:30 pm, Ballroom,
Mich Union, 763-1107.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship--Mtg, 7 pm, 126 E
*Mich League--Intl Night, Greece & Turkey, 4:30-7:30 pm,
The League Buffet.
Sch Music--Recital, Flute Master Class, 10 am, Recital Hall.
*Play, The Adding Machine, 8 pm, Trueblood Theatre.
Mus Art--Art Breaks, "Maggie Citrin," 12:10 pm.
Ment Hith Res Inst --Vision Lunch Sem, C Mistretta,
"Development of Salt Taste Receptive Fields," 12:15-1:30
pm, 2055 MHRI. 764-0573.
Russ & E Europ Stds--Brown bag lec, W Morawski, 'C'an
Socialism Be Saved in Poland?" noon, 4051 LSA & lec,
"Industrial Democracy in Central Europe," 4 pm, Lane Hall
Commons Rm.
Scottish Country Dancers--Beg: 7 pm; intenned/advanced:
8 pm, & soc: 9 pm, Forest Hills Comm Ctr, 2351
Shadowood. 996-0129.
Stu Intl Meditation Soc--Into lec, 8 pm, 528 W Liberty.
Tau Beta Pi--Tutoring svcs, lower level math, sci & engr, 7-
11 pm, 307 Undergrad Lib. 764-6250.
Turner Clin--Mtg, "Living Better With Your Hearing Loss,"
10 am-noon, & support grp mtg, "Older Gay/Lesbian
Adults," 6:30 pm, 1010 Wall St, 764-2556.
Univ AA--Mtg, 3200 Mich Union (non-smoking), St Mary's
Ed Ctr (smoking). 764-8312.
WELS Lutheran Campus Ministry --Disc, "Living In
Grace," noon, Mich Rm, Mich Union. 662-0663, 761-
Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club--See
March 30.
Comp Ctr--Courses: "Using Your Student Request Account,"
7-9 pm, 120 W Engr, & "The Operation of Secondary
Communications Processors," 7-9 pm, 4003 SEB. Regis:
Union Arts Prog --Arts at Mid-Day, T Datsko, multi-arts
prog on Ecuador, 12:15 pm, Pendleton Rm, Mich Union.
Stu Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, Sess II, 3-5
pm, SAB, 763-4025.
Evol & Human Behavior--Lec, J Alcock, "Steven J Gould
& Evolutionary Biology," 2:30 pm, 2053 LSA.
*Zen Buddhist Temple --Intro course, "Zen Meditation &
Practice," 6:30--8:30 pm, 1214 Packard. 761-6520.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr--Courses: "Microsoft Word for IBM
PC-Compatible Micros, Pt I," 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
"Learning to Use the Macintosh with MacWrite &
MacPaint," 1-4 pm; "Programming in dBASE III PLUS, Pt
I," 1-5 pm, & "Basic Concepts of Local Area Networks," 1-
5 pm, 3001 SEB. Regis: 747-2424.
Environ Law Soc/Nat Resources--Lecs, T Anderson & R
Stroup, "The New Resource Economics: Towards
Privitazation of Public Lands Management;" C Runge, "The
Publicization of Private Lands;" A Weissner, "FederalPublic
Lands Issues: The Alaskan Wilderness Experience," & R
Gorte, "The History of Public Lands Management," 2-4:30
pm, Rm 250, & symposium, "Is This Your Land: The
Future Management ofPublic Lands,"7-9:30 pm, Rm 100,

Sch Art--Presentations: A Samuels, "The Exploratory Design
Laboratory," 7 pm, & C Clipson, "The Competitive Edge
Project," 8 pm (social hour: 6 pm), Rm 2107-8.
Slides/painting demo, L Cheng, 7:30 pm, 2104 Art & Arch
Bldg. 764-0397.
Bus Ad--Disc, C Jones, "Advertising," 1:30 pm, Exec Lounge,
Assembly Hall Bldg. 764-1365.
U-M-DBN--Colloq, K Danna, "Cellular Transformation by
SV40 Deletion Mutants," 2:30 pm, 144 CAB. 593-5277.
*AAFC--Pumping Iron. 7 pm, & Pumping Iron II: The
Women, 8:45 pm, Nat Sci.
*Cinema Guild--Every Man For Himself, 7, 8:40 & 10:15
pm, Aud A, Angell.
Folk Dance Club--Intl folk dancing, 8-11 pm, Anderson Rm,
Mich Union. 665-0219 (eves).
Korean Christian Fellowship--Bible study, 9 pm,
Campus Chapel, 747-0120.
Sch Music--Recitals, J Jackson, piano, 8 pm, & J Zook,
flute, 6 pm, Recital Hall. Dance recital, senior concert, 8
pm, McIntosh Theatre. *BFA/MFA dance concert,
"Patterson, Grad, Weiser & Thornton Dance," 8 pm,
McIntosh Theatre. 763-5460. *Play, The Adding Machine,
8 pm, Trueblood Theatre. 763-4726.
*Univ Musical Soc--Concert, Chamber Orchestra of Europe,
S , HillAud. Tick s:764-2538.
x S & j Aa ~d - Ic i es, S as'nt7 "Yvanas in
esten n ,aian, naneH'al Commosan 'P.
Tae Kwon Do Club--Beg welcome, 6-8 pm, 1200 CCRB.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr--Courses: "Lotus 1-2-3, Pt I," 8:30
am-12:30 pm, & "FinalWord II, Pt I," 1-5 pm, 3001 SEB.
Regis: 747-2424.
*U-MFlint--Family Times, 5-10 pm, & Kid's Rec, 7-9 pm,
Activity Areas 1 & 2, Rec Bldg. 762-3441.
April 4
Sch Art--Lec, C Diaz, "Unknown Landmarks," 7:30 pm, 2nd
Fl, Photo Studio, Art & Arch Bldg. 764-0397. Receps:
BFA Degree Show, 7-9 pm, Rackham Galleries & Slusser
*Eclipse Jazz--Benefit concert, The Afromusicology
Ensemble, The Les Bloom Grp & The New Testaments,
7:30, The Ark. 763-0046,764-4875.
*Exhibit Mus--Prog, "The Universe Game," 2 & 3:15 pm, &
film, Sky Rambles, 10:30 & 11:30 am, 1109 Geddes. 764-
*Cinema Guild--The Gods Must Be Crazy, 7 & 9 pm, MLB
*Medlatrics--Marconi, 7:30 & 9:30 pm, Nat Sci.
Sch Music--Recitals, J Talleda, piano, 2 pm; D Klein, violin,
4 pm; P Lee soprano, 6 pm, & F Ward, baritone-bass, 8
pm, Recital Hall. *Play, The Adding Machine, 5 & 9 pm,
Trueblood Theatre. Dance recital, senior concert, 8 pm,
McIntosh Theatre. *Concert, Women's Glee Club, 8 pm,
Rackham Aud. 665-7408.
MLK/Rosa Parks Prog--Lec, B Medicine, "Current
Religious Revitalization Movements on the Great Plains," 4
pm, 2021 LSA. 764-7274, 764-2156.
U-M-Flint--Auto Industry Open House, 1-4 pm, Happenings
Rm, Univ Ctr. 762-3350. '*Toqueville Symposium: "A
Fortnight in the Wilds," 11 am; lec, A Schessinger,
"Toqueville, Democracy & the Bicentennial of the U.S
Constitution," 1 pm, & lec, R Reeves, "An American
Journey," 2:30 pm, Hyatt Regency Hotel.
Friends of Siddha Yoga Dham --Into prog, Mandali, "The
Perfect Inner & Outer Posture," 3:30-5 pm, 1420 Hill St.
Nov 29 Comm for Palestine--Lec, J Hunter, "Israeli
Military Involvement in Central America: The Iran-Contra
Affair," 7:30 pm, Lorch Aud. 764-5011.
Zen Buddhist Temple--Into lec, S Murray, "Zen Buddhism
in North American--History, Philosophy, Practice," 7 pm,
1214 Packard. 761-6520.
Dent--Dental Hth Day, 9 am-4 pm, Sch Dent. 763-3376.
April 5
*U-M-DBN-Concert, Concord String Quartet, 7:30 pm,
Henry Ford Estate-Fair Lane. 563-4399.
*Exhibit Mus--See April 4.
*Cinema Guild--King Lear, 7 & 9:30 pm, Aud A, Angell.
His House Christian Fellowship--Bible study/meal, 6-8
pm, 925 E Ann, 663-0483, 665-0775.
Sch Music--Recitals: D Fest, saxophone, noon; H Schmidt,
clarinet, 2 pm; S Kronour, tenor, 4 pm; I Boruszko, flute, 6
pm; M Rose, piano accompanying, 8 pm, Recital Hall.
Recitals: P O'Donnell, piano, noon; S Gray, voice, 6 pm,
McIntosh Theater & P Femandez, organ, 8 pm, Moore Hall,
& 9 pm, Hill Aud. Fac Buxtehude Ser, R Glasgow, organ,
4 pm, Moore Hall. Concert, Univ Campus Orch, 4 pm,
Hill Aud. *Play, The Adding Machine, 2 pm, Trueblood
*Univ Musical Soc--Concert, G Karr/dbl bass & Eliot
Fisk/guitar, 4 pm, Rackham Aud. Tickets: 764-2538.
Mus Art--Docent tour, "Portraits of Women," 2 pm.
Stdts of Objectivism--Lecs 10: "The Philosophy of
Objectivism" (intro), Rm P1004, & "Understanding
Objectivism" (advanced), 7:30 pm, Rm P1006, Bus Sch.


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