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The Michigan Daily

Monday, February 15, 1988

Page 7






By John Shea
Special to the Daily
this straight. Sidney Poitier is 63-
years-old. And 10 years after saying
finis to a remarkable acting career
that included eight Oscar nomina-
tions and a win for 1963's Lilies of
the Field, he returns to the screen in
Shoot to Kill (now playing in the-
atres nationwide).
The action-adventure film, which
has Poitier playing an FBI agent
chasing a cold-blooded killer through
the mountains of the Pacific North-
west, is as violent as it sounds.
Whenever Screenwriter Daniel
Petrie, Jr., is not punctuating the
action scenes with blown-out eye-
sockets, he is having Poitier battle
the forces of natures. This means
jumping cars. Climbing mountains.
Pulling ropes. And fighting off
Director Roger Spottiswoode
(Under Fire), known for realism in
his films, is not big on using stunt
"I'm in good shape," Poitier as-
sures a table of reporters at a press
junket for his new film. And he is.
Despite sporting a faded brown, beat-
up cardigan sweater that hints of

September, his firm, rigid body still
cries of springtime. What's more,
the effect does not come from mir-
rors; Poitier climbs every mountain,
he pulls every rope, he jumps every
car that Spottiswoode asks him to.
And the actor does all of this with
the convincing authority of a man
half his age.
Poitier doesn't need a rocking
chair; he needs a jug of Gatorade.
"It was a very physical piece of
work," he says of the movie. "For
example, one interesting and danger-
ous sequence..." He is talking about
the scene with him and co-star Tom
Berenger confronting a bear. The
scene was simple enough - all
Poitier had to do was run by the
camera and a trainer would pull a
"trip wire" to stop the bear - but
Poitier encountered a minor prob-
"In the first take, I fell before I
got to the wire. And I fell face for-
ward. I was panicked, I must tell
you. And by the time I turn around
and look up, there he is. Fortu-
nately, a trainer was there with a
bucket of meat. Lucky for me be-
cause there was a lot of meat on the
ground," he jokes.
His soft voice, carefully and
painstakingly enunciating every syl-
lable of every word, forces you to
lean forward to be able to hear him.
But that's okay because you're al-

sharpened his tennis and golf games.
Poitier quit acting in 1977 be-
cause he had felt he did everything in
the field that there was to do. "I
didn't have that problem of having
to try to prove anything during my
career," he says. "People respected
my work enough. Therefore, at the
end of 40 films or so, I considered
myself so lucky and so fortunate that
it appeared to me to be piggish to
want anymore. I was given more
than my share. There was nothing
left undone. So to be away from it
was a natural thing."
Money, says Poitier, was not a
major issue in the decision. "I live a
very frugal life. My expenditures are
quite reasonable. I have no yachts, I
have no private planes. All I have is
a tennis racquet, some golf clubs.
My older children are gone and there
is enough money to live a good life.
I don't need to lead the Hollywood
life. All I need is to live comfort-
ably. And I have that.
"I came back partly because I
liked the script and partly because I
feel an obligation to Columbia Pic-
tures," Poitier says. Columbia Pic-
tures has financed many of Poitier's
directoral efforts, including 1980's
highly successful Stir Crazy.
Columbia offered him the lead role
of Shoot to Kill, and even though
the script bounced over to Disney's

Poitier still did the film.
Now that the film is done, Poitier
can relax a little. He has earned a
rest. And in talking to him, you un-
derstand why he took a 10=year
vacation. After climbing mountains
all his life - whether it be on
screen or off screen - Poitier can
finally stop and enjoy the view.
"There isn't a favorite," Poitier
says when asked to look back on his
film career and pick a favorite.
"There are several that I like and I
like a lot. What I thought was good
was To Sir With Love, In the Heat
of the Night, Lilies in the Field and
The Defiant Ones. Don't ask me to
pick one."
Let's get this straight. Sidney
Poitier is 63-years-old. And even
though the bulk of his days and his
work are behind him, this is not an
eulogy. Poitier is back. And later
this year, he will star with River
Phoenix (Stand by Me) in Little
Nikita. Climbing more mountains?
Maybe. But only because he wants
"Acting is very much unlike
life," Poitier reflects. "It is a game.
And I liked playing in that game.
But I was never a judge of how I
played in the game. I listened to
what (the critics and movie-goers)
said and what I heard was good.
People liked what I did. That was

After a 10 year break, Sidney Poitier is back in the newly re-
leased film 'Shoot to Kill.' When asked what he has been doing
for the past decade, Poitier says, "I have been improving myself.
I have been extending myself. I have been broadening ..."

ready leaning forward from the very
presence of the man. And at the
same time you are asking why he
left the screen, you are wondering
what has brought him back. He
waxes philosophical over both ques-
When asked what he has been

doing for the past decade, Poitier
says, "I have been improving my-
self. I have been extending myself. I
have been broadening ... you know,
they call them the productive years."
Among other things he has written
an autobiography called This Life,
directed some feature films, and has


Pictures division,

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 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.
February 15
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 League.
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. 668-6881.
Intl Ctr--1988 European Travel Series (brown bag), J Dickson
& B Denman, "Surviving & Thriving in Europe," noon,
603 E Madison.
Guild House--Writers Series, J Dworkin & S Normolle, 8 pm,
802 Monroe St. 662-5189.
*HRD--3-sess wkshp begs, "Graphics: The Workshop," 8:30
am-noon, 1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-7410.
Arch & Urban Plan --Lec Series, A Perez-Gomez, "Perspective:
From Illusion to Delusion," 8 pm, Rackham Amphi. 764-
Blood Donor Coord Council--Blood drive, 11:30 am-5:30 pm,
Rm G1320 Towsley Ctr Dining Rm & Mich League
Hussey Rm. For appt, 936-6325.
Ctr for Near East & N Afr Studies --Brown-bag lec, O Siblani,
"The Lebanese Presidential Elections of September 1988,"
noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm. 764-0350.
Ctr for Res on Learn & Teach --Wkshp, RB Kozma, "Using
Computer Simulations in the Classroom," 7-9:30 pm, 109
E Madison. Reg req. 764-0505.
M-CARE-Film & disc, Midwife: With Woman, 7:30 pm, M-
CARE Hth Ctr, 2200 Green Rd. 763-7485.
Germanic Studies--Brown-bag colloq, D Miller, "Why Goethe's
Science?" 12:10 pm, MLB 3rd Fl Conf Rm.
Compar Study of Soc Transformations/W Europ Studies-Le,
PM Thane, "Ambiguities of Motherhood in British State
Policy, 1900-1945," 4 pm, 451 Mason Hall.
*Faculty Women's Club--Lunch & Listen prog, S Isaacs
Nisbett, 11:30 am-i pm, Mich League Mich Rm. Res req
by Feb 11. 761-6095.
U-M-Flint--Lec, G Moss, "Afro-American History," 7 pm, Univ
Ctr Mich Rm D.
Sch Music--Perf, Univ Symph Orch with Music Concerto
competition winners, 8 pm, Hill Aud. 24-Hr Music Line,
Sch Nat Resources/Mich Botanical Club--Lee, G Armstrong,
"The Interesting History and Exciting Future of the U-M-
Madison Arboretum: The Maturing Idea of Ecological
Restoration," 7:45 pm, Botan Gdns, 1800 N Dixboro.
Senate Assembly--Mtg, 3:15 pm, Rackham Amphi.
*Cont Med Educ--3-day wkshp begs, "Twelfth Annual Advances
in Emergency Care: Tricks and Tools of the Trade, New and
Old," Towsley Ctr, Reg req. 763-1400.
Anthro--Brown-bag slide/lec series in Ethnology, J Watanabe,
"Children of the Mother Earth: Revolution, Repression and
Redemption in a Guatemalan Mayan Town, 1981-1988,"
12:10-1 pm, 3058 LSA.
Computing Ctr--Courses: In Rm 4212 SEB: Macintosh Basic
Skills Lec/Demo, 9-11 am; Comp Networking Tech, pt 3,
1-3 pm. In Rm 3001 SEB: Macintosh System Utilities, 1-3
pm; Lotus 1-2-3, pt 2, 1-5 pm. In Rm 4003 SEB: SPIRES
Database Devp, pt 3, 1-5 pm; Monday Programmers' Sem
(C Minicourse 3) (no reg req), 7-9 pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
Career Plan & Place--Mtg, On-Campus Recruiting Prog, 6-7:30
pm, MLB3; pre-reg for Summer Job Fair, 3200 SAB.
Chem--Inorg sem, RP Messmer, "Valence Bond Theory from
Molecules to Superconductors," 4 pm, Rm 1200 Chem

for the Macintosh, 1-3 pm. In Rm 2065A Frieze Bldg: Intro
to TEXTEDIT, pt 5, 1:30-3 pm. In Rm 4003 SEB: Writing
& Using Editor Procedures, 7-9 pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
Mechan Engr & Applied Mechanics--MEAM & EECS sem, B
Tongue, "1CM: A New Method of Nonlinear System
Analysis," 3 pm, 1131 GG Brown Bldg.
Sch Art--Lec, M Jackson, "Ice Windows: Inuit Drawings and the
Imagination," 7:30 pm, Grad Sch Bus Admin Hale Aud;
recep follows, Museum Art.
Ctr for Chinese Studies--Brown-bag lec, V Kamsky, "Doing
Business in China," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Career Plan & Place--Grad Sch Application Process, 4:10-5 pm;
Summer of Success, 4:10-5 pm; pre-reg for Summer Job
Fair, 3200 SAB. Employer presentation, Transamerica Life
Co (acturial sci, math & stat majors), 7-9 pm, Mich Union.
Biopsychol--Colloq, F Silverstein, "Role of neurotransmitters in
Hypoxic Ischemic Brain Injury," 12:30 pm, Rm 1057
Blood Donor Coord Council--Blood drive, 7 am-7 pm, Rm
G1320 Towsley Ctr Dining Rm & Mich League Hussey
Rm. For appt, 936-6325.
Chem--Colloq, LS Brown, "Kinetics and Dynamics of Surface
Chemical Reactions," 4 pm, Rm 1300 Chem Bldg.
Sch Educ--ML King symp, CD Moody, 2 pm, Sch Educ
Tribute Rm.
Sch Bus--See Feb 15.
*U-M-Flint--Spotlight Series, Jubilation! Dance Co, 8 pm, U-
M-Flint Theatre. 762-3431.
Intl Ctr/Ecumenical Campus Ctr--Lunch Forum, J Bock,
"Mexico," noon (lunch avail $1-std, $1.50-other), Intl Ctr,
603 E Madison. 662-5529.
Kelsey Museum--M Rodziewicz, "Alexandrian Wall Painting," 5
pm, Rm 180 Tappan Hall; recep follows, Kelsey Museum.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn --Undergrad std
fellowship, "Talk from the Heart," 7 pm, 602 E Huron.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Shrove Tues Mardi Gras pancake supper,
6 pm, 1511 Washtenaw Ave. 663-5560.
TARDAA-British Sci Fi Fan Club--Mtg, 8-11 pm, 296
Dennison Bldg.
KarateClub--Beg practice, 7:30-8:15 pm; adv class, 8:20-10
pm, Martial Arts Rm CCRB.
Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LaGROC)--
Mtg, 8:30 pm, Rm 3100 Mich Union. 996-2396.
Museum of Art--Art break, "Dream Keepers," 12:10-12:30 pm.
Fencing Club--Mtg/practice, 7:30-10 pm, CCRB small gym.
Christians in Action--Mtg, Fundamentals of Faith Series, 8:30
pm, 1407 Mason Hall.
WCBN (88.3 FM)--Talk show, "Lesbian & Gay Radio
Collective," 6:30 pm; free form music, "Better Blatant than
Latent," 7 pm. Call in requests, 763-3500.
February 17
Devp & Communication Committee--Mtg, 3-5 pm. For loc,
Committee on Economic Status of Fac--Mtg, 2:30-4:30 pm,
4079 Fleming.
Human Values in Med--Brown-bag lec, S Payton, "Should
Cigarette Advertising Be Banned?" noon, Med Sci II S Lec
Bioengr-- Sem, J Jenkins, "Computer Analysis of
Electrocardiographic Signals," 3:45-5 pm, 1017 Dow Bldg.
Computing Ctr--Courses: In Rm 3001 SEB: MS-DOS for Hard
Disk Users, 10:30 am-12:30 pm. In Rm 4212 SEB: Comp
Networking Tech, pt 4, 1-3 pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
Anat & Cell Biol/Neurosci--Sem, JP Merlie, "Regulation of
Acetylcholine Receptor Gene Transcription," noon, 5732
Med Sci II.
Biol & Mater Sci--Sem, B Burt, "Diet and Dental Caries," 4
pm, Rm 1033 Kellogg Dental Bldg.
Blood Donor Coord Council--See Feb 15.
Chem--Org sem, R Gopalaswamy, "Structure and Synthetic
Utility of Zinc Ester Enolates," 4 pm, Rm 1300 Chem
Bldg; analytic sem, DA Lustig, "Protein Sequencing by
Fourier Transform--Mass Spectrometry," 4 pm, Rm 1200
Chem Bldg.
CEW--*Job Hunt Club, noon-1:30 pm, Basement Conf Rm;
Black Women in Transition series: C Cohen, "Black
Support of the President: Approval by Policy Evaluation or
Party Tradition?" noon-1:30 pm, 350 S Thayer' 763-
U-M-Dearbor-*Perf, The Rafael String Quartet, 8 pm, H Ford
Estate-Fair Lane Music Rm. Stds free. 593-5087; film, Full
Metal Jacket, 7:30 pm, Rec & Orgs Ctr.
Engl Dept--Visiting Writers Series: fiction reading, G Wolff, 4

Ctr for Near East & N Afr Studies/I'urkish Studies Colloq/Sch
Music--N Yasar & I Ozgen, "An Evening ofClassical
Turkish Music," 8 pm, Rackham Amphi. 763-5840.
Ctr for Res on Learn & Teach--Wkshp, TL Schwenk, 'Teaching
Clinical Problem Solving," 7-9 pm, 109 E Madison. Reg
req. 764-0505.
Ctr for Russ & E Europ Studies--M Hauner: brown-bag lec, M
Hauner, "What is Asia to Us? Russian Ideology and Present
Geopolitical Constraints," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm;
lec, "The Meaning of Czech History," 4 pm, Rackham EB
Lec Rm.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn--Ash Wednesday
informal communion svc, 9:30 pm, 602 E Huron. 668-
Turner Ctr--Wellness Day, for appt, 764-6831; Alzheimer's
disease family support grp, 10 am-noon, 1010 Wall St; For
Men Only support grp, 7:30 pm, 1010 Wall St. Reg req.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church--Worship, 7:30-8 pm, 801 S
Forest, 668-7622.
Dissertation Support Grp-Mtg, 8:30-10 am, 3100 Mich Union.
Karate Club--Senior practice, 6:30-8:30 pm, Martial Arts Rmn
IM Bldg.
Mich Gay Union--Soc/disc grp, 9 pm, Guild House, 802
Monroe St, 763-4186.
Romance Lang & Lit--French conversation club, "La Parlotte,"
3-5 pm, MLB 4th Fl Commons. Everyone welcome.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Ash Wednesday svc with communion,
7:30 pm, 1511 Washtenaw Ave. 663-5560.
February 18
CEW--Women in Sci, Panel disc, "What to Do With a Science
Degree: Academic Alternatives," 4-5:30 pm, Rackham E
Conf Rm 4th Fl. 763-7225.
Atmos, Oceanic & Space Sci--Sem, EG Fontheim, 'The Solar
Wind Interaction with the Venus Exosphere,"3:30 pm, 2231
Space Res Bldg.
Amer Assoc of Univ Profs--Chpt mtg, WC Birdsall, CF
Lehmann & H Prince, "Impending Financial Problems at
the University," noon, Mich League Mich Rm..
Computing Ctr--Courses: In Rm 3001 SEB:, Microsoft Word,
pt 2 (Macintosh), 8:30 am-12:30 pm; Banyan Vines Admin,
8:30 am-12:30 pm; Microsoft Word, pt 1 (IBM PC-
Compatibles), 1-5 pm. In Rm 2065A Frieze Bldg: Intro to
TEXTEDIT, pt 6, 1:30-3 pm. In Rm 4003 SEB:
Formatting a Rackham Dissertation with TeX, 3 pm; Using
Prog Function Keys in MTS, 7-9 pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
Clements Lib/Antiquarian Book Soc--Lec, W Spawn, 'The Art
of Book Binding," 3 pm, Clements Lib.
E ngr--Apollo Comp Sem: M Mayes, "Direction of
Workstations"; B Schimpf, "COS: Corporation Operating
Systems "; P Levine, "NCS: Network Computing
Systems," 1-2:30 pm, Rm 143 Chrysler Ctr. 763-2174.
Ctr for Res on Econ Devp--Sem, A Moudden, "Economic
Growth and Political Marginalization of Industrial Elites in
Morocco," 12:15 pm, 361 Lorch Hall.
Museum Athro--Brown-bag lee, KW Weslery, "Cross-Cultural
Archaeology: West African Perspectives on North America
Research," noon, Rm 2009 Museums Bldg.
C hem --Sem, R Temme, "Passivation of Recombination
Centers on Semiconductor Surfaces by Photoelectrochemical
Etching," 4 pm, Rm 1200 Chem Bldg.
W Quad/Oxford--Evening of Jazz, 8 pm, Wedge Rm W Quad.
U-M-Dearborn--Film, Full Metal Jacket, 7:30 pm, Rec & Orgs
Evol & Human Behav--Speaker series, R Paul, "Linking
Biological and Cultural Anthropology: The Emory
Experience," 4 pm, Rackham E Lee Rm.
U-M-Flint--Booked for Lunch Series, L Welshans, "Murder
Mystery Presumed Dead by S Thuron," 12:15 pm (bring
lunch), Univ Ctr Superior Rm; Three Stooges Film
Festival, 4 & 5:30 pm, Univ Ctr Brewery; film, IHave a
Dream followed by lec, F Wilson, 4-6 pm, Rm 261
Classroom-Offc Bldg; Coll Satellite Network presents
"Election --'88: Democrats," 7:30 pm, WFUM Ch 28
Studio. Res req. 762-3431.
Inst for Humanities/Arch & Urban Plan--Symp on Theater &
Community: lee & panel disc, J Dillon, 4 pm, Trueblood
Aud, Frieze Bldg; recep, 5:30 pm, Rm 1512 Rackham Bldg;
lec & panel disc, S O'Connor, 8 pm, Trueblood Aud.
*HRD--Wkshp, "Safer Self Concepts," 5-7 pm, HRD Ctr. Reg
req, 764-7410.
Intl Ctr/Ecumenical Campus Ctr--N Campus Forum, S
Pollock, noon (tray lunch avail), N Campus Commons
Valley Rm.
Ctr for Jap Studies--Brown-bag lec, I Tymi, "Information and
Decision Structure in a Japanese-Type Management: The
Case of Quality Control Circles and Just-in-Time Delivery
Systems," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
*ICLE-Video wkshp, "Drafting Contracts and Litigating Cases
Under Article 2," 9 am-noon & 1:30-5:15 pm, 1020 Greene
St. Reg req. 764-0533.
MHRI--Vision Lunch Sem, A Geller, "Effects of Field Size,
Contrast and Retinal Eccentricity on Visual Acuity in the
Viewing of Interference Fringes," 12:15-1:30 pm, 2055
Tu74DT 7IhA (';7'

Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship--Mtg, T Trevathan,
"Guidance,"7 pm, Mich League Henderson Rm.
Women's Okinawan Karate Club-See Feb 15.
Museum of Art--See Feb 16.
Intl Ctr--World Travelers' (brown-bag) Lunch Break, noon, 603
E Madison.
Alcoholics Anonymous--Mtg, noon, 3rd Fl Mich Union (by
Counseling Svcs).
Karate Club-See-Feb 16.
*Mich League--Intl night, Canada, 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 F1 Conf Rm. 764-
UAC/Impact Jazz--Dance wkshp, 7-8:30 pm, Mich Union
Anderson Rm.
*Unly Lutheran Chapel--Dollar dinner & devotions, 6 pm; basic
Lutheran doctrine, 7 pm, 1511 Washtenaw Ave. 663-5560.
February 19
Govt Rels Committee--Mtg, 3:30-5 pm, Fleming Bldg
President's Conf Rm.
Tenure Committee--Mtg, 1 pm, Rackham W Council, 2nd Fl.
Computing Ctr-Courses: In Rm 3001 SEB: Excel, pt:2, 8:30
am-12:30 pm; MTS Visual Editor, 1-3 pm. In Rm 4003
SEB: Basic Concepts of Word Processing, 9-11 am. In Rm
4212 SEB: Intro to Computing, 1-3 pm. Reg req, 763-
Folkdance Club-Instruc, 8 pm; request dance, 9-11 pm, Mich
Union Anderson Rm.
Anthro--Colloq, RA Paul, "Beyond Freud's Moses,"4 pm, 4560
LSA Bldg.
Sch Med--Alternatives in Med Lee Series, D Jacobs, 'The
Science of Breath: The Art of Stress Management and
Relaxation," noon, 2747 Furstenburg Med Sci II.
U-M-Flint--*Film Stakeout, 7 & 9:15 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva; Coll
Satellite Network presents "Election --'88: Republicans,"
7:30 pm, WFUM Ch 28 Studio. Res req. 762-3431.
*HRD--Info Series, "Travel Office Policies & Procedures," 8:30
am-noon. Wkshps: "Stress Management for Office Staff,"
8:30 am-noon; "Assertiveness Skills for the '--80s," 8:30
am-noon, HRD Ctr. Reg req, 764-7410.
Communication--Lec, J MNeely, "Blacks in Mass Media
Professions," noon, 2050 Frieze Bldg.
Sch Music--Std recitals: earilloneur J Fowles, 7:30 pm, Burton
Tower; organist L Schou, 8 pm, Hill Aud.
Physicians for Soc Responsibility--Lee series, M Einhom,
"Verification: Myth or Reality?" noon, 2748 Furstenburg
Med Sci Bldg II.
*Ofc Major Events--Perf, George Thorogood & the Delaware
Destroyers, 7:30 pm, Hill Aud. 763-TKTS.
Overeaters Anonymous--Mt for bulimics (others welcome),
noon, 3rd Fl Mich Union (by Counseling Svcs).
Chinese Christian Fellowship --Bible study, 7:30 pm, 3150
Glacier Way, 761-7503.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Video Night, 7 pm, 1511 Washtenaw
Ave. 663-5560.
Gay Liberation--Coffee house, "Brothers," 8 pm, Guild House,
802 Monroe St. 764-4186.
February 20
*Women's Athletics--Track, Mich Open, 10:30 pm, Track &
Tennis Bldg.
U-M-Dearborn--* 1890s Children's parties, 10 am, noon & 2:30
pm, H Ford Estate-Fair Lane. Res req. 593-5590; lec/walk,
"Maple Tree-tapping," 10 am, entrance to Environmental
Study Area. 593-5277.
Turner Ctr--Book Club, 2-3:30 pm, for loc, 764-2556.
Museum of Art--Dream Keepers--A Celebration of Afro-
American Art: storytellers S McCoy & R Lawson, 2-4 pm,
Museum Art.
*Ruthven Planetarium Theatre--Shows: "A Starry Night," 10:30
& 11:30 am; "Voyager 2 at Uranus," 2, 3 & 4pm. Loc 4th
Fl Nat Sci Mus, corner Geddes-Washtenaw. 764-0478.
Nat Sci Museums--Children's wkshp, "Furs, Feathers & Scales:
Michigan Animals": 1-3 pm, ages 7 & up, Nat Sci Mus,
corner Geddes-Washtenaw. Reg req. 7640478.
Karate Club--Practice, 3-5 pm, CCRB small gym. All
February 21
Museum of Art--Tour, "Dream Keepers," 2 pm.
*Ruthven Planetarium Theatre--Show, "Voyager 2 at Uranus,"
2, 3 & 4 pm. Loc 4th Fl Nat Sci Mus, comer Geddes-
Washtenaw. 764-0478.
Nat Sci Museums--Children's wkshp, "Furs, Feathers & Scales:
Michigan Animals": 1:30-3:30 pm, ages 4-6, Nat Sci Mus,



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