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APRIL 10, 1987

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FILM
'Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol'
COVER STORY
Using animals as tools of scientific research

UNIVERSITY CONTEMPOR -
ARY DIRECTIONS ENSEM-
BLE - School of Music, 8 p.m.,
Rackham Auditorium (7634726).
Performances of Roger Reynold's
The Palace, Pierre Boulez'sEclat, and
Dashow's Mnemonics will be
featured.
J. PARKER COPLEY
DANCE COMPANY - Dance
Gallery Foundation, 4:00 p.m., 111
Third St. (761-2728).
See Friday's listing for more
details.
TOM PAINE - Performance
Network, 2 p.m., 408 West
Washington (663-0681).
See Friday's listing for more
details.
BARS & CLUBS
THE ARK (761-1451) - Uncle
Bonsai, folk-pop.
THE BLIND PIG (996-8555) -
Trees, popular harmony. I
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436) - Megafunk Dance
Party, DJ the Wizard.
WOMEN'S ACTION FOR
NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT
MEETING - 7:30, First Baptist
Church, 512 East Huron.
FU RTHERMORE
PSYCHOLOGY & RELIGION
DISCUSSION: INTERFAITH
RELATIONSHIPS - Hillel,
7:30 p.m., 1429 Hill St. (663-
3336).
Dr. Hank Greenspan of
Counseling Services will lead dis-
cussion of romantic relationships
between Jews and members of other
faiths.
ISSUES IN LIBERATION
THEOLOGY DISCUSSION
GROUP - Guild House, 7:30
p.m., 802 Monroe St. (662-5189).
Rev. Don Coleman will lead this
discussion investigating the issues
presented by Christian Based
Communities.
8TH ANNUAL BOOK FAIR
AND SALE - Ann Arbor
Antiquarian Booksellers Association,
noon-7 p.m., Michigan Union
Ballroom (995-2300).
More than thirty dealers will
feature rare, and oldsmanuscripts,
books, prints, and maps.
FIRST RUN
FILMS
ANGEL HEART
A complex and provocative
thriller in which a sleazy P.I.
(Mickey Rourke) is hired by the
Prince Of Lies (Robert De Niro) to
find a missing person. At the Fox
Village.
BEYOND THERAPY
A mousy neurotic (Julie Hag -
garty) and an overbearing homo -

sexual (Jeff Godblumstrike up an
odd relationship with a backdrop of
psychotherapy. At the State Theater.
BLIND DATE
Bruce Willis smirks through this
comedy as a man who falls in love
with his blind date while dodging her
psychotically possessive ex. At the
Fox Village.
BURGLAR
Whoopi Goldberg and Bob
Goldthwaite are a pair of zany
thieves in this zany tale of larceny
and zaniness. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
CHILDREN OF
A LESSER GOD
William Hurt is a teacher for the
deaf who falls in love with a hearing-
impaired girl in this technically
perfect adaptation of the Broadway
play. At the Movies At Briarwood.
CROCODILE DUNDEE
An Australian adventurer tries to
make it on the mean streets of New
York, attracting the interest of a
smart, independant female who is -
what else? - a journalist. At the
Movies At Briarwood.
HOOSIERS
A by-the-numbers sports feel-
good movie about a washed-up
basketball coach who gets one last
chance when he signs on as the head
of a miniscule Indiana high school
team. At the State Theater.
LETHAL WEAPON
Mel Gibson is the ultimate
killing machine, and Danny Glover
is his partner in this buddy-buddy
tale of two copsdwho sometimes
have to work outside the law. At the
Fox Village Theater.
MANNEQUIN
Andrew McCarthy is a lonely
stock boy who falls in love with a
mannequin... a mannequin who
comes to hellish life only for him!
Ahhh, she looks so good. Ahhhh,
she's made out of wood. Just wait
and see. At the Fox Village.
MORGAN STEWART'S
COMING HOME
After seven years in boarding
school, a young man comes back and
attempts to turn his parents into
loving, caring people in spite of
themselves. At the State Theater.
NIGHTMARE ON ELM
STREET II: DREAM
WARRIORS
Freddie's back in the latest
installment of the horror epic about
the gray line between dreams and
reality. At the State Theater.
POLICE ACADEMY 4:
CITIZENS ON PATROL
What could possibly be said about
the fourth installment of this much-
malinged comedy premise? Only that
it's at the State Theater.
OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE
Bette Midler and Shelley Long
are an unlikely duo who team up to
find the man who was cheating on
both of them, and get caught up in a
plot of damn-near apocolyptic pro -
portions. Peter Coyote and George
Carlin round out this screwball
comedy. At the Fox Village Theater.

PLATOON
Oliver Stone's explosive,
gripping Vietnam action epic is
every bit as good as you've heard it
is. An idealistic young man finds his
illusions shattered when he volun -
teers for duty in 'Nam. At the
Movies At Briarwood.
RADIO DAYS
Woody Allen's latest is a
biteless, disjointed reverie about his
childhood in Rockaway and the
magical part that radio played in his
life. At the Movies At Briarwood.
A ROOM WITH A VIEW
Warm, funny, and suprisingly
accessable tale of a young Victorian
girl who must decide between a
practical marrige to a real dead fish
and a fling with a morbid but
exciting young swain. At the Ann
Arbor Theater.
ROUND MIDNIGHT
Jazz legend Dexter Gordon pretty
much plays himself in this tale of
ex-patriate musicians in France. At
the Ann Arbor Theaters 1 & 2.
SOME KIND OF
WONDERFUL
The occasionally brilliant but
often patronizing John Hughes
churns out another tale of teens
trying to cut through the conformist
pressures of high school to find
themselves. At the Movies At
Briarwood.
TIN MEN
A warm, nostalgic comedy about
small-time con men in the '50s who
know the world is about to end.
Richard Dreyfuss, Danny De Vito,
Barbara Hershey.

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Interview: Union director Frank Cianciola

THE LIST
What's happening in Ann Arbor this weekend 1U

EDITOR .................... ............,......... Bill M arsh
FILM EDITOR ...---------.-- ...... ................ Kurt Serbus
MUSIC EDITOR................................ Beth Fertig
ASSISTANT EDITOR............................. Rebecca Cox
LIST EDITOR...... .................Marie Wesaw
ASSOCIATE LIST EDITOR.............Brook Snyder
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