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Fisher, Ph.D. covers issues currently
concerning Black Americans in
science research. Open discussion
will follow.
"POWER AND THE AB-
STRACT" CONFERENCE -
University Institute for the
Humanities Organizing Committee,
8 p.m., Amphitheater, Rachkam
(764-6330).
The weekend conference will begin
with Donald Kuspit's lecture "The
Abstract as Will to Power." A party
featuring entertainment by the Olivia
Street Stompers will follow in the
Vandenberg Room of the Michigan
League.
CANTERBURY HOUSE
MUSIC NIGHT - Canterbury
House, 9:30 p.m.-2 a.m. (665-
0606).
Hugh McGuinness will perform
traditional folk tunes and modern
political songs.

What's happening
in Ann Arbor this weekend

FRIDAY
CAMPUS CINEMA
PAT AND MIKE (George Cukor,
1952), Alt Act, DBL/ 7:00 p.m., Nat
Sci.
The usual hijinks ensue when
Katherine Hepburn, as an all-star
athelete, and Spencer Tracy, as her
manager, live a little, laugh a little...
and love a little.
THE PHILADELPHIA
STORY (George Cukor, 1940), Alt
Act, DBL/8:45 p.m., Nat Sci.
This time, Katherine Hepburn, a
love-starved heiress, is courted by
two men - her ex-husband (Cary
Grant) and a persistent reporter
(James Stewart).
QUILOMBO (Carlos Diegues,
1984), PIRGIM, 7:00 & 9:30 p.m.,
Aud A.
Asgroup of run-away African
slaves team up with American
Indians and European expatriates to
form a peaceful nation in the 1600s.
SALVADOR (Oliver Stone,
1986), AAFC, 7:00 & 9:00 p.m.,
MLB 3.
The best film of 1986 was this
brilliant, ballsy and utterly rude
account of a gonzo journalist's
experiences in El Salvador in 1980-
81. James Woods, James Belushi,
and John Savage star in this
relentless roller-coaster ride which
alternates between moments of
hilarious lowbrow comedy and
scenes of graphic horror.
PERFORMANCES
B. B. KING - Prism Produc-
tions, 8 p.m., Michigan Theater
(668-8397).
Best known now for Stand By Me,
B.B. King of Rock 'n' Roll Hall of
Fame fame will make his first Ann
Arbor appearance in five years to
strut his stuff.
NANNA HANSEN, AN EV-
ENING OF SCANDANA-
VIAN PIANO MUSIC -
Springfare '87, 8:00 p.m.,
Kerrytown Concert House, 415
North Fourth Ave. (769-2999).
Embarking on her first American
tour, Nanna Hansen focuses on
pieces by Sibelius, Carl Nielsen, and
Grieg.

J. PARKER COPLEY
DANCE COMPANY - Dance
Gallery Foundation, 8:00 p.m., 111
Third St. (761-2728).
With choreographer J. Parker
Copley, this five-woman, two-man
ensemble will perform works
including two premieres: Birds of the
Lough and Rendezvous, with music
by James Horne and Jean-Michel
Jarre, respectively.
UNIVERSITY WIND EN-
SEMBLE - School of Music, 8
p.m., Assembly Hall, Rackham
(763-4726).
R.H. Reynolds will conduct the
performance of Mozart's A Wind
Serenade, and Strauss' Suite.
TOM PAINE - Performance
Network, 8 p.m., 408 West
Washington (663-0681).
Ron Miller and Linda Kendall will
direct the drama focusing on the life
of political philosopher Tom Paine.
BARS & CLUBS
THE ARK (761-1451) - New
GrassDRevival, bluegrass.
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310) - Sharon Williams, bebop.
THE BLIND PIG (996-8555) -
Let's Talk About Girls, trash rock.
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE (996-9080) - Jeff
Dobson.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436) - Top-40 Dance Party,
DJ the Wizard.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747) - Blue Front Persuaders,
R&B dance and party.
F RTHERMORE
ATHLETICS AND ACA-
DEMICS COLLOQUIUM -
School of Education, 4:30 p.m.,
1322 School of Education Bldg (764-
9472).
J. Toner speaks on "Balancing
Intercollegiate Athletics and the
Academic Mission of Postsecondary
Institiutions."
ISSUES CONCERNING
BLACK AMERICANS IN
ACADEMICS WORKSHOP-
Organization of Microbiology and
Immunology Student/Minority
Organization of Rackham, 2:00-4:00
p.m., Anderson Room, Union (936-
0863).
Keynote speaker Albert Wheeler,
Ph.D. speaks on history and Black
American academics, and Linda

SATURDAY

CAMPUS CINEMA

TRADING PLACES (John
Landis, 1983), Alt Act, DBL/7:15
p.m., MLB 4.
A hilarious, beautifully paced
comedy about a snobby executive
(Dan Akroyd) and a small-time con
artist (Eddie Murphy) who are forced
to trade places on the whim of
Akroyd's all-powerful bosses.
Eventually, the two pawns get
together and plot an elaborate
revenge. -
BEVERLY HILLS COP (Martin
Brest, 1984), Alt Act, DBL/9:30
p.m., MLB 4.
Sloppy, exceedingly unfunny
comedy about a Detroit policeman
(Eddie Murphy) who trails his
friend's killers to the West Coast.
STRANGER THAN PARA-
DISE (Jim Jarmusch, 1984), Med,
7:30 & 9:40 p.m., Nat Sci.
Notable for it's gutsy, innovative
style and not much else, Jarmusch's
loving tribute to nihilsm basically
proves how far he's come with
Down By Law. Not a bad movie,
jusLexceedingly overrated.
CHARIOTS OF FIRE (Hugh
Hudson, 1981), Hill St., 8:30 &
10:50 p.m., Hill St.
Two British runners - a Scottish
minister and an angry young Jew -
train for the 1924 Olympics in this
slowly-paced, beautiful film which.
pulled a suprise upset by taking the
Oscar for Best Picture of the
Year,1981.
BLUE VELVET (David Lynch,
1986), C2, 7:00 & 9:00 p.m., MLB
3.
Everything you've heard about it
is true, except for the bad stuff. Two
teens find that beneath the Leave It
To Beaver veneer of their suburban
world lurks horror and perversion
unimagined. This brilliant, hilarious,
and disturbing film is highlighted by
the maniacal performance of Dennis
Hopper.
FACES OF WOMEN (Desire
Ecare, 1985), PIRGIM, 7:30 & 9:30
p.m., Aud D.
A raucous, erotic look at the link
between politics, feminism, and

tradition in Africa.
DANISH FILM . FESTIVAL,
Scandinavian Studies & Germanic
Languages & Lit., 4:00, 7:00, &
9:00 p.m., Aud A.
At 4:00,The Traitors,a flick
about loyalty and honor during
WWII; at 7:00,Thunderbirds, about
friendship; at 9:00,A World Full Of
Children, which portrays sterility and
marriage.
PERFORMANCES
UNIVERSITY CONTEMPOR-
ARY DIRECTIONS ENSEM-
BLE - School of Music, 8 p.m.,
Rackham Auditorium (763-4726).
The ensemble will perform Ted
Machover'sElectric Etudes for 'cello
and computer generated taped tapes
and Roger Reynold's The Serpant-
Snapping Eye and Transfigured Wind
II.
"CLASSIC JAZZ" CONCERT
- Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra, 8
p.m., Michigan Theater (668-8397).
Jazz vocalist Koke McKesson will
guest perform with the Ann Arbor
Chamber Orchestra and a local jazz
trio. Carl Daehler will also lead the
orchestra in Joplin's Maple Leaf
Rag, Stravinsky's Ragtime, and
Ibert's Divestissement.
UNIVERSITY MEN'S GLEE
CLUB - School of Music, 8 p.m.,
Hill Auditorium (764-1448).
Patrick Gardner will direct the
choir in a program af jazz, spirituals,
and traditional Michigan songs. The
Friars will also perform.
J. PARKER COPLEY
DANCE COMPANY - Dance
Gallery Foundation, 8 p.m., 111
Third St. (761-2728).
See Friday's listing for more
details.
TOM PAINE - Performance
Network, 8 p.m., 408 West
Washington (663-0681).
See Friday's listing for more
details.
BARS & CLUBS
THE ARK (761-1451) - Uncle
Bonsai, folk-pop.
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310) - Sharon Williams, bebop.
THE BLIND PIG (996-8555) -
Urbations, dance rock.
HALFWAY INN (761-7497) -
Death of Samantha, Bloodsport
rock.
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE (996-9080) - Jeff
Dobson.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436) - New Music Dance
Party, DJ Mike Baker.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747) - Blue Front
Persuaders, R&B dance and party.
FURTHERMORE
ATHLETICS AND ACA-
DEMICS COLLOQUIUM -
School of Education, 9:00 a.m.-4:00
p.m., 1322 School of Education
Bldg, (764-9472).
V. Nordby will speak on "The
Governance of Intercollegiate
Athletics," J. Gilmour on "Study of
Crisis--The Len Bias Case," W.

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Jenkins on "Student Athlete
Recruitment--The View from the
High School," and H. McLaughlin
on "Adjustments in the Lives of
Student Athletes." Last will be a
general discussion of "Student
Development and Intercollegiate
Sports."
"POWER AND THE AB-
STRACT" CONFERENCE -
University Institute for the
Humanities Organizing Committee,
9 p.m., Amphitheater, Rachkam
Aud.(764-6330).
Saturday's conference begins with
by Mary Ann Doane's lecture "The
Abstraction of a Lady", and Laura
Kipnis' "Praxus Interruptus: The
Poliics of Postmodernism". Re-
sponse to the lectures will follow.
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DANISH FILM FESTIVAL,
Scandinavian Studies & Germanic
Languages & Lit., 2:00, 3:40, &
5:15 p.m., Aud A.
At 2:00, Beauty And The Beast,
in which a father has trouble dealing
with his maturing daughter; at
3:40,The World Of Buster, where life
is seen through the eyes of a young
boy. At 5:15,Samson And Sally, a
cartoon about a whale searching for
Moby Dick. All are free.
PATHS OF GLORY (Stanley
Kubrick, 1957), CG, DBL/7:00
p.m., Nat Sci.
A stunning anti-war film, still
leagues ahead of most of the
thematically similiar material that
has come out since. Three innocent
scapegoats are put on trial for
cowardice after a disastrous battle
during WWI, and Kirk Douglas must
defend them against an already
decided jury.
GRAND ILLUSION (Jean
Renoir, 1937), CG, DBL/8:40 p.m.,
Nat Sci.
Fantastic film showing the
futility of war through the eyes of a
French pilot and the various
characters he meets while being held
prisoner by the Germans. French
with subtitles.
WOMEN'S ANIMATION, Alt
Act, 7:30 p.m., EQ.
A collection of women's car-
toons, including The Yellow Wall -
paper. Free.
LORD OF THE RINGS (Ralph
Bashki, 1978), MTF, 5:00 & 7:40
p.m., Mich.
A hobbit gets ahold of a magical
ring which: catapults him into a
confrontation with the ultimate evil.
Animated.
APARAJITO (Satyajit Ray,
1956), AAFC, DBL/7:00 p.m., Aud
A.
Apu leaves his impoverished
Indian family to go to college in
Calcutta. The second installment in
the Apu trilogy.
THE WORLD OF APU
(Satyajit Ray, 1959), AAFC,
DBL/9:00 p.m., Aud A.
Apu finally settles down and has
a child. Apu trilogy No. 3.

METZGER'S BLACK
FOREST INN
(203 E. Washington at 4th Ave.;
668-8987)
Ann Arbor's oldest restaurant. Serves
lunch and dinner daily except Monday.
Prime Rib--Prime Steaks--Seafood--
German Cuisine. Full service bar and a
delightful Bavarian atmosphere. Dinners
from $5.95 to $8.75. We will validate
city parking lot tickets for car port
adjacent.

DINING
AND
DRINKING

The Chef
recommends:
Casual Dining

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The Oldest Pizzeria
in Ann Arbor, with Delicious
Italian Dinners & Salads.
"VOTED BEST PIZZA IN
ANN ARBOR BY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY"
Restaurant & Bar
512 East William, Ann Arbor
663-3379

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Italian Restaurant
BEST ITALIAN FOOD
(Ann Arbor News, '85)
HOMEMADE PASTAS
665-0444 - Take out
300 Detroit St. at Catherine

The Sandwich
j & ice Crearn
. v ide arietyo f
muffins, and
other baked goods
along with Ann Arbor's widest selection
of ice cream, tofutti and frozen yogurt.
215S. STATE 662-6336
OPEN 7 DAYS & EVENINGS

PARTHENON
RESTAURANT
FINE GREEK FOOD
" Gyros & Shish-kabob sandwiches
" Mousaka - Pastistsio - Dolmades
" Spinach pie - Gyros plate
" Liquor, Beer Wine
" Special Cocktail Menu
COMPLETE CARRY OUT SERVICE
226 S. Main at Liberty, Ann Arbor
Hrs:M-Thur I1 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri-Sat I1 a.m.-IlI p.m.
Sun 12 noon-10 p.m.

Free Delivery
(Limited Area)
761-8611

BROADWAY
FRIED CHICKEN
& BARBEQUE
All Dinners $1.00 Off
All Sandwiches .50 Off
With This Ad
1151 Broadway

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1 M nde3I 662-8485
I 314 S. Fourth A ve.
Ann Arbor's favorite downtown
haunt. Specalizingi B-B-Q baby
back ribs, large selection of chicken
" entrees, dinner salads, hot and cold
sandwiches, burgers, beer, wine and
cocktails. Open 1I a.m.-I 1 p.m.
Mon.-Thurs., bar 'til midnight, Fri.
I and Sat. I1 a.m.-midnight, bar 'til
I a.m.; 4-10 p.m. Sunday, bar,
'til IIp.m.
* Real Seafood Co.
341S. Main St., 769-5960
Excellent fresh seafood dishes
* served in a casual accommodating
setting. Raw bar and fresh catch
featured daily along with beer,
wine and cocktails. Open 11:30 -
I a.m.-1 p.m. Mon.-Thur., bar 'til
midnight; Fri. and Sat. 11:30 a.m.-
midnight, bar 'til I a.m.; 4-10 p.m.
Sun., bar 'til 1I p.m.

GUS'S
PIZZERIA
665-5800
SAVE $3.00 WITH OUR
SEMESTER SPECIAL:
for a large
(14inch)
$5*7 pizza with
any 2 items
Come visit us inside
Dooley 's or we'll deliver
FREE

(A Premier Deli Since 1896)
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
" Pizza, Salad Bar, Homemade Soups
" Deli Deluxe & Submarine Sandwiches
" Free Delivery
: Complete Catering Available
(Party Trays Our Specialty)
211 S. State, Ann Arbor, MI
662-9611

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Ann Arbor's Only Rib House

Prime Ribs
Beef Ribs
BBQ Chicken

Spare Ribs
Short Ribs
Baby Back Ribs

Vegetarian, Seafood and
Sandwich Menu A vailable
114 E. Washington, Ann Arbor,
663-3900

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808 S. STATE ST.
Next to Pizza Bob's
" Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
" Burgers, Sandwiches, Salads
" Mexican Dishes
" Chicken, Shrimp &
Fish Dinners
Open daily 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

MANIKAS
RESTAURANT
307 S. Main St. - 663-7449
Serving breakfast, lugich and
dinner. Open daily 7:00 a.m. to
9:00 p.m.; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
to 8:00 p.m. Beer, wine, and
liquor. Specials every day.

"BEST NEW RESTAURANT ...
-1986 Ann Arbor News Restaurant Poll
Located in the new
Holiday Inn West Holidome
and Conference Center
2900 JACKSON RD.
665-4444
Reservations Suggested

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