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MISCELLANEOUS The Michigan Daily

Monday, February 1, 1988


OFFICE AT 663-4505.
Fomer National Champs want to teach group
lessons at Yost. Call Jeff at 764-3627.
MAKE $15-20/HR. Profitable sweatshirt
concession. Sell in dorms. Fun & easy work.
Spencer 668-9179.

Dewey Redman
The Ark
Thursday, January 28
Saxophonist Dewey Redman ap-
peared in two exciting shows at the
Ark Thursday night. He was at his
warmest and most energetic. Previ-
ous Ann Arbor appearances paled in
comparison, as his tenor reigned
with sinew and sweat.
Redman authored an essay in free
jazz on alto, reminding us of his
tenure with Ornette Coleman. He
featured a Middle Eastern double reed
instrument, the musette, on an ex-
otic mood piece. At the end of both
shows, Redman returned yith his
tenor for a gospel grits 'n' gravy
gutbucket blues piece that was like
going to church on a Thursday.
Redman's band included two
young Detroiters, Rod Williams on
piano and Jaribu Shahid on bass.
They were hip-deep in fun funk all
The highlight of the show was
the big-beat drumming of Eddie
Moore. Redman's extra-large pal

than a Super



from San Francisco played on a
pared-down kit with vigor and verve.
A second set encore of Miles
Davis' bebop "Half-Nelson" had the
audience on the mat for the three

count. Bravo!

-Marc S. Taras

The Great American
Poetry Reading
Rackham Auditorium
Friday, January 29
The Great American Poetry
Reading lived up to its name Friday
night, as four contemporary poets
brought their own brand of Ameri-
cana to Rackham Auditorium.
Wendell Berry kicked off the read-
ing with his poetic narratives of the
farming life in Kentucky. His de-
scriptive poems were image-evoking
and memorable, but his humorous
country tales had the audience rolling
in the aisles. Berry's soft-spoken,
Kentucky-bred voice was most
effective in conveying his rural-life-
in-America renditions.
Berry's portraits of regional
America were followed by the intel-

lectual, dense works of Donald Hall.
He read from his soon-to-be pub-
lished but as of yet untitled book-
length poem; it cleverly parallels
past historical events with present-.
day culture. While Hall's poems
strike one with their complex theo-
ries, the numerous lofty allusions
and rapid-fire style of the poems
made his reading hard to follow and
less effective than those of the other
Sharon Olds, the newcomer of the
quartet, got the greatest audience re-
action with her racy, suggestive,
humorous comments on American
society. The crowd roared with
laughter, and for some, with embar-
rassment, at the poems about the
sexual lives of singles in America
and of the sexual life of the Pope.
On a more serious note, she was
also concerned with the plight of
race in America; one of her poems
compared the white persona of the
poem with the Black youth seated
across from her on the subway.
Other poems showed her interest, as
a mother and a poet, in family life.
These more serious looks at America
have the depth that her sexual com-

mentaries, though very funny, don't.
Nonetheless, Olds is definitely an
up-and-comer on the poetry scene.
But the master of contemporary
American poetry, Galway Kinnell,
definitely stole the show. Kinnell's
richly symbolic, psychological
works, combined with his sonorous
voice, made his reading the most
One of his first poems, "After
Making Love We Hear Footsteps,"
followed the motherhood theme of
Olds, but its richness gave Olds a
lesson in poetry. Some of Kinnell's
later poems ran long but the images
and psychological observations pre-
vented them from becoming tedious.
No matter what approach you take
in looking at America - regional,
intellectual, sociological, or
psychological - there was some-
thing for you Friday night.
-Lisa Magnino
Echo and the
Hill Auditorium
Friday, January 29
Echo and the Bunnymen hopped

into Hill Auditorium Friday night.
However, making it onto the stage
must have tired them out since they
did not move far from their positions
the rest of the night. The band's lack
of mobility surprised me (this being
my first Echo show) but apparently
it is not uncommon at their live
shows. At least they didn't play to
the floor or turn their backs to the
audience, as some British anti-fame
bands are apt to do, such as their
musical inheritors the Jesus and
Mary Chain.
As if to make up for the lack of
stage action, the band made limited
attempts at concert gimmicks. The
standard dry ice covered the stage be-
fore they emerged. A net stretched
from theback of the stage to a point
above their heads. Several odd clus-
ters of branches hung from this net-
ting giving the effect of an upside
down, colorless version of Husker
DJ's Warehouse LP cover. During
"The Killing Moon" this netting
came alive with an intense pattern of
blinking white lights - their best
effect, with the possible exception of
the occasional back-lighting of gui-
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Steve 761-6005.

The Calendar
of The University of Michigan

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 S 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.
February 1
Women's Okinawan Karate Club--Beg class, 7:45-8:30
pm (new stds welcome); adv class, 6:30-7:45 pm, Martial
Arts Rm IM Bldg. 996-5634, 668-6280.
Christian Science Org--Mtg, 7:15 pm, 3rd Fl Mich
Integrity--Lesbian-gay male community open house, 8:45
pm, Canterbury House, 218 N Division. 665-0606.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn-
Bible study on "Romans," 6 pm; study grp,
"Homosexuality & the Church," 7 pm, 602 E Huron.
Intl Ctr--1988 European Travel Series (brown bag), J
Dickson & B Denman, "Custom Tayloring Your
European Trip," noon, 603 E Madison.
Society Women Engrs--Pre-interviews: Digital Equip
Corp, 3-5 pm, 1001 EECS Bldg; Sanders Assocs, a
Lockhead Co, 4-6 pm, 1200 EECS Bldg. 763-5027.
CEW--Recep & panel disc for women stds, "Survival Tactics
that Work," 7-9 pm, 350 S Thayer. Everyone welcome.
Cognitive Scl & Mach Intelligence Lab--Colloq
series, Human Computer Interaction, B Shneiderman,
"User Interface Design for an Electronic Encyclopedia,"
4:15 pm, Sch Bus Assembly Hall, Wolverine Rm.
*Health Svc--"Say No to Nicotine," noon-1 pm, Mon &
Thurs for 3 wks, Pre-reg advised. 763-1320.
S Quad--Film, Eyes on the Prize, 8 pm, S Quad Ambatana
Lounge; disc follows.
E Quad Music Co-op--Fundraiser, 4-day tape sale, 9 am-4
pm, Haven Hall Fishbowl.
Res Club/Women's Res Club--Joint mtg, M Levy,.
"What Research Means to an Artist or Designer" & H
Pijanowski, "The Evolution of an Artist's Creative
Process," 8 pm, 4th Fl Rackham Amphi.
Ctr for Res on Learn & Teach--Wkshp, W Colbum,
"Effective Lecturing," 7-9:30 pm, K1320 Kresge Bus Lib.
Reg req. 764-0505.
Ctr for Near East & N Afr Studies--Brown-bag lec, K
Bardakjian, "A Cursory Glance at Current Armeno-Turkish
Relations," noon Lane Hall Commons Rm. 764-0350.
Computing Ctr--Courses: In Rm 4212 SEB: Basic
Concepts of Programming (reg req), 9-11 am. In Rm
3001 SEB: dBASE III Plus, pt 2 (reg req), 1-5 pm. In Rm
4003 SEB: Monday Programmers' Sem, 7-9 pm. 763-
Career Plan & Place--Sharpening Your Interview Skills,
4:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB; Creative Resumes, 4:10-5 pm,
3200 SAB; Job Search Lec, 6-7:30 pm, 1250 CCRB.
Anthro--Lec Series in Ethnology, S Kan, "Old Ritual in a
Changing World: Tlingit Potlatch in the 1980s," 12:10-1
pm, 3058 LSA Bldg.
Guild House--Writers Series, H Suyemoto & K Taylor, 8
pm, 802 Monroe St. 662-5189.
U-M-Dearborn--Black History Awareness: Perf, Omowale
dancers, 11 am-1 pm, Univ Mall stage; film, Eyes on the
Prize, 1:30-3:30 pm, Univ Mall Concourse.
U-M-Flint--Black History Month: dance by Bichini bia
Congo & lec by V Ferrao, 6 pm, Univ Ctr Mich Rms.
February 2
S Quad--See Feb1.
*Read & Learn Skills Ctr--6-wk wkshp begs, "College
Reading & Study Skills," 3:30-5 pm, Acad Resource Ctr,
2nd Fl UGLI. 763-7195.
Mechan Engr & Applied Mechanics--Sem, S Gendin,
"Ethical Issues in Animal Experimentation," 4 pm, Rm
2277 GG Brown Bldg.
Nov 29 Committee for Palestine/Gent Union
Palestine CtSI--T C- Fc ;l .7 TC f&K nnnnr

Macros, 1-5 pm. In Rm 2065A Frieze Bldg: Intro to
TEXTEDIT, pt 1, 1:30-3 pm. In Rm 4003 SEB: MTS
File Editor, pt 1, 7-9 pm. Reg req, 763-7630.
Career Plan & Place--Conducting the Long-Distance Job
Search, 4:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB; Business Opportunities
with a Liberal Arts Degree, 4:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB; On-
Campus Recruiting Prog mass mtg, 6-7:30 pm, MLB3.
Biopsychol Area--Colloq, E Smith, "History of Cognitive
Science," 12:30 pm, Rm 1057 MHRI.
U-M-Dearborn--Black History Awareness: film, Eyes on
the Prize, 11 am-1 pm, Univ Mall Concourse; fac grp
disc, "Detroit: Myth & Reality," 1:30-3:30 pm, Gabriel
Richard Ctr.
Sci Res Club--Mtg, JA Turner, "Drug Research and
Development in Industry," 7:30 pm; DE Cole, "The
Automotive Industry: An Era of Dramatic Change," 8:30
pm, Chrysler Ctr Aud.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn-
Undergrad std fellowship, "Talk from the Heart," 7 pm,
602 E Huron. 668-6881.
TARDAA-British Sci Fi Fan Club--Mtg, 8-11 pm,
296 Dennison Bldg.
Karate Club--Beg practice, 7:30-8:15 pm; adv class, 8:20-
10 pm, Martial Arts Rm CCRB.
Lesbian & Gay Rights on Campus (LAGROC)--
Mtg, 8:30 pm, Rm 3100 Mich Union. 763-4186.
Museum of Art--Art break, "Shoowa Textiles," 12:10-
12:30 pm.
Fencing Club--Mtg/practice, 7:30-10 pm, CCRB small
Christians in Action--Mtg, Fundamentals of Faith Series,
8:30 pm, 1407 Mason Hall.
February 3
S Quad--See Feb 1.
Nrsg History Society--Lec, PA Kalisch, "History and
Politics of Nursing," 6:30 pm (tray dinners avail, 5:30
pm), Mich League Dining Rm 4.
*CEW--Brown-bag Job Hunt Club, noon-1:30 pm, 350 S
Thayer. 763-7080.
*M-CA R E--Low-cholesterol cooking class, J Gabriel, 7 pm,
M-CARE Hlth Ctr, 650 Griswold, Northville. 344-1777.
Union Arts & Prog--Concert of the Month, harpists J
Lang & C Dueis, 8 pm Mich Union Pendleton Rm. 764-
E Quad Music Co-op--See Feb 1.
Indust & Opr Engr --Sem, RM Freund, "A
Generalization/Extension of Karmarkar's Algorithm for
Inequality Constrained Linear Programs Based on
Projective Centering of Polyhedra," 4 pm, 241 IOE Bldg.
Std Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, sess I, 3-5
pm, SAB, 763-4025.
Computing Ctr--Courses: In Rm 3001 SEB: Banyan Vines
Administration, 1-5 pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
Statistics/Biostatistics--Sem, R Carroll, "The Effect of
Estimating Weights in Iletercscedastic Regression
Models," 4 pm, 451 Mason Hall.
Career Plan & Place--Resumes for Those Who Think
They Have No Work Exper, 4:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB;
Medical Sch Personal Essay, 4:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB; Intro
to CP&P, 4:30-5 pm, 3200 SAB; Summer of Success, 6
pm, 3200 SAB; Career Conf for Minority Stds & Stds
with Disabilities, 10 am-noon & 1:30-5 pm, Mich
*Guild. House--Beans & rice dinner, 6 pm, 802 Monroe St.
Residential Coll--Reading, J Levin, 7:30 pm, E Quad
Benzinger Lib.
*Men's Athletics--Basketball, U-M vs Iowa, 8 pm, Crisler
Arch & Urban Plan--Lec series, R Mark, "Structural
Archaeology: Reinterpreting the Structure of Historic
Architecture,"8 pm Rackham Amphi. 764-1300.
U-M-Dearborn--Black History Awareness: "Black History
Game Show," 11:30 am, Univ Mall. Film, Living
Daylights, 7:30 pm, Rec & Orgs Ctr.
Ctr for Jap Studies/Cinema Guild--New Films from
Japan '88 Series, Final Take, 9 pm, Mich Theater, 603 E
*ICLE-Video course, "Use and Abuse of Interrogatories,".1-
5 pm, 1020 Greene St. 764-0533.
Sch Music--Univ Choir, 8 pm, Sch Music Recital Hall. 24-
Hr Music Line, 763-4726.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn--Mid-
week informal communion svc, 9:30 pm, 602 E Huron.
Turner Ctr--Wellness Day, for appt, 764-6831.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church--Worship, 7:30-8 pm,
801 S Forest, 668-7622.
rticart:-nnC..n ...rt .rm o.- o 10-mll1f1 Mich

S Quad--See Feb1.
*Read & Learn Skills Ctr --6-wk wkshp begs, "College
Reading & Study Skills," 3:30-5 pm, Acad Resource Ctr,
2nd F1 UGLI; intro mtg to 4-wk wkshp, "Academic
Writing," 7 pm. For loc, 763-7195.
*MYSTIC/Minority Std Svcs/Ctr for Afroamer &
Afr Studies--Common Ground Theatre Ensemble, The
People Could Fly, 8 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre, 763-8587.
Union Arts & Prog--Arts at Midday, L Spriggs on
ZAPPA, a new campus dance/musical, 12:15 pm, Mich
Union Pendleton Rm. 764-6498.
Museum Anthro--Brown-bag lec, J Brown, "If It's
Thursday, This Must Be Kenya: The Acheulean of the
High Plains of Kenya," noon, Rm 2009 Museums Bldg.
Ctr for Res on Learn & Teach--Wkshp, G Williams, R
Ridley & D Elliott, "35 mm Slide Production," 7-10:30
pm, Mich Media, 400 4th St. Reg req. 764-0505.
E Quad Music Co-op--See Feb 1.
Sch Art/Sch Music/Coll Engr/Coil Arch & Urban
Plan--Slide lec, SA Brixey, "Phenomena Art:
Synthesizing Art with Physics, Astronomy, Cosmology
and Dance," 7:30 pm, Art & Arch Aud
*UMS--Pre-concert lec, J Lesenger, "Rossini in Seville," 7
pm, Rackham Bldg; perf, NYC Opera Nat Co, Barber of
Seville, 8 pm, Power Ctr, 764-2538.
Std Woodsh op--Safety class for new shop users, ess II, 3-
5 pm, SAB, 763-4025.
Atmos, Oceanic & Space Sc--Sem, M Sanford
Sillman, "A Model for Regional-Scale Photochemical
Production of Tropospheric Ozone,"3:30 pm, 2231 Space
Res Bldg.
Evolution & Human Behav Prog--Lec, B Irons, "What
Explains Variations in Population Growth Among the
Yomut: Environmental Resistance or Social Regulation,"
3:30 pm, Rackham E Lec Rm.
Hillel Fdn--hlappy Hr, 5-7 pm, Mich Union Wolverine Rm;
"--'JAP': Ethnic Slur or harmless Fun?" perf by Talk to
Us & lec/disc by G Spencer, 7:30 pm, Mich Union
Pendleton Rm; Israeli Folk Dancing, instruc, 7:30 &
open dancing, 8:30-10 pm, 339 E Liberty. 663-3336.
Computing Ctr--Courses: In Rm 3001 SEB: Lotus 1-2-3,
pt 2, 8:30 am-12:30 pm; dBASE III Plus, pt 1, 1-5 pm.
In Rm 4212 SEB: Intro to Computing, 9-11 am. In Rmn
2065A Frieze Bldg: Intro to TEXTEDIT, pt 2, 1:30-3 pm.
In Rm 4003 SEB: MTS File Editor, pt 2, 7-9 pm. Reg
req 763-7630.
Career Plan & Place--Investigating Careers in the Not-
For-Profit Social Change Sector, 4:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB;
Law Sch Personal Essay, 4:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB;
Interview Lec, 4:10-5:30 pm, 1040 Dana Bldg. Employer
presentation, Universal Amer Sch,;Kuwait (teaching pos
overseas), 5 pm, Aud 1202 Sch Educ. -
U-M-Dearborn--*Black History Awareness, Keynote
address, B Hooks, 7:30 pm, Rec & Orgs Ctr (free to UM-
D fac, staff & stds). Film, Living Daylights, 7:30 pm,
Rec & Orgs Ctr._
Engl Dept--Visiting Writers Series, R Ford, 4 pm, Rackham
*U-M-Flint--Film, The Color Purple, 7 & 9:40 pm, Univ
Ctr Kiva.
Sch Music--Jazz Combos from Jazz Studies Dept, 8 pm,
Rackham Aud, 24-Hr Music Line, 763-4726.
*Cont Med Educ--F3-day course begs, "Advances in the
Management of Infectious Diseases: Update." Res req.
Women's Action for Nucl Disarm (WAND)--Mtg, 6-
7:30 pm, Mich Union (ck at desk for rm).
Inter Varsity Chirstian Fellowship--Mtg, T
Trevethan, 7 pm, Mich League Henderson Rm.
Women's Okinawan Karate Club-See Feb 1.
Museum of Art--See Feb 2.
Intl Ctr--World Travelers' (brown-bag) Lunch Break, noon,
603 E Madison.
Alcoholics Anonymous-Mtg, noon, 3rd Fl Mich Union
(by CounselingSvs).
Karate Club--See Feb 2.
*Mich League-Intl night, India, 4:30-7:30 pm, The League
Agape Campus Fellowship--Nondenom Bible study, C
Hawthorne, 6:30 pm, S Quad Ambatano Lounge.
Germanic Lang & Lit--Conversational German club,
"Kaffeestunde," 3:30-5:30 pm, MLB 3rd Fl Conf Rm.
Ctr for Res on Soc Change--Brown-bag lec, M Whyte,
"The Second Time Around: Remarriages of Detroit-Area
Women," 12:10-1 pm, 4051 LSA Bldg.
February 5
S Quad--See Feb1.
*MYSTIC/Minority Std Svcs/Ctr Afroamer & Afr
Studies--See Feb 4.
Mary Markley Hall--Symp, Focus on You: N Klein,
"Personal Wellness: A Positive Approach for the Future,"
6 pm, SPH Thomas Frances Aud II; recep follows, M
Markley Concourse Lounge. 764-1154.
Botanical Gdns--Lec, S Taylor, "Recovering Michigan's
Endangered Species," 7:30 pm, Aud, 1800 N Dixboro.
Museum Art--Chamber Series Concert, 8 pm, Museum
Art. 996-0066.
E Quad Music Co-op--See Feb 1.
Folkdance CIuh--Intru. 8 nm & renuet dancing -11

*Women's Athletics--Basketball, U-M vs Minnesota,
7:30 pm, Crisler Arena.
*Men's Athetics-Swimrning, U-M vs Iowa, 7 pm, Matt
Mann Pool.
AstroFest 180--Prog, J Loudon, "The Supernova in the
Large Magellanic Cloud, One Year Later," 7:30 pm,
MLB3. 426-5396.
U-M-Dearborn--Black History Awareness, campus picnic,
11 am-2 pm, Rec & Orgs Ctr. Colloq, GL Dunifer, "The
Search for Superconductivity Heats Up," 3 pm,
Classroom-Admin Bldg. Univ Preview Day, 2:30 pm,
Univ Mall, Res req, 593-5100.
*U-M-Flint--See Feb 4.
*HRD--Info Series, "Payroll Office and Timekeeping
Procedures," 8:30-10:30 am, HRD Ctr. 764-7410.
Ctr for S & Southeast Asian Studies--Lec, J Warren,
"Placing Women in Southeast Asian History: The Case of
Oichi and the Study of Prostitution in Singapore
Society," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Overeaters Anonymous--Mtg for bulimics (others
welcome), noon, 3rd Fl Mich Union (by Counseling
Chinese Christian Fellowship--Bible study, 7:30 pm,
3150 Glacier Way, 761-7503.
Gay Liberation--Brothers coffee house, 8 pm, Guild House,
802 Monroe St. 763-4186.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn-
Film, The Color Purple, meet at church 6:30 pm to
carpool, 602 E Huron St. 668-6881.
February 6
S Quad--See Feb1.
*MYSTIC/Minority Std Svcs/Ctr Afroamer & Afr
Studies--See Feb 4.
Mary Markley Hall--Symp, Focus on You: 18 interactive
wkshps, 10 am, 1 & 3:30 pm, M Markely Hall; rec prog,
10:30 pm-1:30 am, CCRB. 764-1154.
*Outdoor Rec Prog--Beg cross country ski lessons, 10:30
am-12:30 pm; intermediate skating lessons, 2-4 pm,
Radrick Farms Golf Course. 764-3967.
*Armenian Stds Cultural Assoc--HYE HOP Dance, 8
pm, St Nicholas Greek Church, 414 N Main. 665-3267.
*E Quad Music Co-op--Beg Tech Sem, 1 pm, E Quad
Basement Tyler Classroom. To reg, 764-2601.
*Hill St Cinema--Jewish Film Series, Poor Butterfly,
7:30 & 9:30 pm, MLB3.
*Women's Athletics--Swimming, U-M vs Indiana, 1 pm,
Matt Mann Pool; gymnastics, U-M vs Illinois State, 8
pm, Crisler Arena.
*Men's Athletics--Hockey, U-M vs Western Mich, 7:30
pm, Yost Arena.
Museum of Art--Dream Keepers: A Celebration of Afro-
American Art, story tellers S McCoy & R Lawson, 2-4
pm, Museum Art.
TARDAA-British Sci Fi Fan Club--Mtg, noon, Rm
296 Dennison Bldg@#$ 764-4655.
*Nat Sc Museums--Children's workshop, "The Earth, Its
Rocks and Minerals": ages 7 & up, 1-3 pm. Reg req. 764-
*Ruthven Planetarium Theatre--Shows: "A Starry
Night," 10:30 & 11:30 am;."Voyager 2 at Uranus," 2, 3
& 4 pm. Loc 4th Fl Nat Sci Mus, corner Geddes-
Washtenaw. 764-0478.
Karate Club--Practice, 3-5 pm, CCRB small gym. All
February 7
*MYSTIC/Minority Std Svcs/Ctr Afroamer & Afr
Studies--Common Ground Theatre Ensemble, The
People Could Fly, 4 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre, 763-8587.
*Ecumenical Campus Ctr/Ethics & Religion-
Poetry perf, S Ozer & H Nawash, "From Shards of Broken
Dreams to Fragments of Hope,"7 pm, Kerrytown Concert
House, 415 N 4th Ave.
*Outdoor Rec Prog--Beg cross country ski lessons, 10:30
am-12:30 pm & 2-4 pm; beg skating lessons, 2-4 pm,
Radrick Farms Golf Course. 764-3967.
*Women's Athletics--Basketball, U-M vs Iowa, 7:30 pm,
Crisler Arena.
*Men's Athletics--Basketball, U-M vs Iowa, 2 pm, Criser
*AAFC--Films: Weekend 7 pm; Two-Lane Blacktop, 9 pm,
Botanical Gdns--Nature walk, "Plant and Animal Survival
in Winter," 2-3:30 pm, meet on steps of Conservatory,
1800 N Dixboro. 763-7060.
Sch Music--Campus Chamber Orch, 3 pm, McIntosh Aud.
24-Hr Music Line, 763-4726.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn--Coll
std Sunday sch, 10:45 am; *coll std brunch, 12:15 pm;
Prog Committee mtg, 1:15 pm, 602 E Huron. 668-6881.
Disabled Std Svcs--Sign lang club, "Signs of the Times,"
2-4 pm, Mich Union Mich Rm. Beg-adv welcome. 763-
Museum of Art--Tour, "Dream Keepers," 2 pm.
*Ruthven Planetarium Theatre--Show, "Voyager 2 at
Iran_" 2 . '& r A nm no Ath F1 Nt Sri Mn rnmer




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