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Page 8-The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, March 1, 1988

WOMEN STILL HAVE SHOT AT .500 SEASON
Cagers clawed by 'Cats

By MICHAEL SALINSKY
The Michigan women's basket-
ball team's fleeting chances of a
.500 Big Ten season were all but
eliminated Sunday, w h e n
Northwestern downed the Wolver-
ines, 70-63, at Crisler Arena.
The loss was the second in three
games for Michigan during Spring
Break. The Wolverines lost to
Michigan State in East Lansing, 79-
65 Friday, Feb. 19.
Michigan sandwiched a win be-
tween the defeats when it beat Wis-
consin, 86-51, Friday night at home.
Northwestern guard, Kelly Cole,
scored nine of her 19 points in the
last two minutes of the first half as
the Wildcats used an 11-0 run to
open up a 15-point halftime lead.
MICHIGAN closed to within
three points four times in the second
half. The last time came at 62-59 on
Tempie Brown's three-pointer with
just under four minutes remaining,
but could get no closer.
TUESDAY
NIGHT
Continue Your
Fun at the Beach at
with
Corona Club Night
1.50 bottles of Corona
1.50 shots of Cuervo Gold

The Wolverines failed to score for
over three minutes with Brown
missing the front end .of two one-
and-ones.
Michigan stayed close, though
and when it was comeback time,
Brown, Michigan's leading scorer,
took over the offensive duties.
She notched all of her 14 points
in the second half, but it wasn't
enough as Northwestern avenged its
66-64 loss to the Wolverines, earlier
this year.
"WE LET a good opportunity
slip by. We don't feel good about
it," said Michigan coach Bud Van-
DeWege.
Michigan is now 12-12 overall,
5-9 in the Big Ten with four league
games remaining. With No. 1 ranked
Iowa still on the slate, the Wolver-
ines' chances for four wins and a
.500 conference finish are very slim.
They only need to win two, how-
ever, to end with an even overall
record.
The loss was especially bitter
coming just two days after Michi-
gan's finest performance of the sea-
son. The Wolverines shot 64 percent
from the field in battering Wiscon-
sin. Brown led the way with 23

R ush .Delivery
BY JEFF RUSH
Six U.S. medals in 16 days of Winter Olympics?
Seventh place in hockey? Enough with the silliness
already. Where are the real jocks?
The United States could use one by the name of
Demers in 1992.
Jacques Demers, the current head coach of the De-
troit Red Wings, probably will be bored after his
team wins its fourth straight Stanley Cup in 1991.
Wanting to go to Albertville, France, where they
speak a language close to the one he speaks, Demers
could apply to be head coach of the 1992 U.S. hockey
team.
Now there's a challenge.
AFTER WINNING the gold medal in 1980 at
Lake Placid, the U.S. team has seen as much success
as the Red Wings (formerly known as the Dead
Things) saw before Demers' arrival.
Demers could revitalize the U.S. team the way he
has recently improved the Red Wings and the way he
previously improved the St. Louis Blues.
"But wait, der's more," Demers would say.
With Demers' success as Detroit's coach over the
previous four years, Red Wing owner and pizza
mogul Tom Monaghan would be thrilled to let De-
mers and the 1992 U.S. team practice all they want at
Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.
Whoops. Wrong guy. Monaghan probably would
call Demers a disgrace to the Red Wing uniform as a
result of that unseemly thick mustache across his up-
per lip.
AND MONAGHAN doesn't seem to want

Brown
... effort not enough

.Demers at UISA helm
would be exquisite
in 1992. The Pistons will have been in Auburn Hills
for four years. The Lions will have been dead for ten.
Fully prepared by its scrimmages with the NHL
champion Red Wings, the U.S. team would travel off
to France confident of winning the gold.
THE ROUGH, checking, defensive style of the
team will not go unnoticed by Olympic spectators.
The French fans will go wild.
"Voila! Dees ees dee best ting since zee Duches-
nays at Calgary," thousands of French fans will
scream.
ABC commentator Al Michaels and his new side-
kick, former figure skating champion and analyst
Dick Button, will call the championship game
against the Soviet Union.
"What do you think about the Americans' chances,
Dick?" asks Michaels.
"Oh, Al, the Russians skate exquisitely, just
exquisitely," gushes Button. "They have the funda-
mentals down pat, and when you have the fundamen-
tals down, well, you're simply unbeatable, simply
unbeatable. Why, I remember the British pair of
Torvill and Dean-"
"Uh, thank you, Dick," interjects Michaels. "On
with the game."
AFTER TWO periods the game is tied at zero,
and the U.S. team comes out pounding the Soviets
even harder into the boards.
"Oh my," mutters Button.
"Did you notice something wrong?" asks
Michaels.
"Something so minor that it's not worth com-
menting on," answers Button.
The Americans had scored, but Button was preoc-
cupied with the scoring center's falling while shoot-
ing in the goal. "He'll lose points for that."
The chants of "U-S-A! U-S-A!" fill the arena, but
soon are drowned out by "Jacques De-mers! Jacques
De-mers!"
Checking furiously, the U.S. team holds on to
win, 1-0, and the American players would drape De-
mers in an American flag and carry him around the
ice.
Too bad he's Canadian.

points. Mary Rosowski turned in her
best game ever, scoring 12 points
and grabbing seven rebounds.
Michigan's shooting performance
in its loss to Michigan State was
much more characteristic of the
team. The Wolverines shot only 42
percent against the Spartans.
The big difference, though, was
on the free throw line where Michi-
gan State scored 25 points to
Michigan's seven.

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, MEGILLAH READING SERVICE r
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 7PM AT THE MICHIGAN UNION, PENDELTON ROOM
(NOT QUITE TRADITIONAL)
7PM AT THE FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE
,r (TRADITIONAL)
Please dress for the occasion.
PURIM BASH'88'
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2A
9PM MICHIGAN UNION, BALLROOM
Featuring The Blue Meanies, Michigan's hottest dance band. Outrageous
costumes are in order. Purim drinks and munchies.-
$2 w/costume $3 w/out costume
/ K 3 Mitte

much to do with sports in downtown Detroit,
anyway. Forget tradition, where's the dough at?
Anyway, the other pizza mogul, and real Red
Wing owner Mike Ilitch, would be happy to let the
U.S. team practice at the Joe.
Hockey-happy fans would crowd the place just to
see Demers' team practice. When the U.S. team
scrimmages against the dynasty Detroit team that
Demers built, tickets will have to be sold to fans
wanting to watch the event on a closed-circuit big
screen in the Pontiac Silverdome.
Except for when the Pope or Hulk Hogan visits,
there won't be anything going on in the Silverdome

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From staff reports Kennedy led the Wolverines to an over the Yellow Jackets was high-
Michigan's men's lacrosse club opening day victory over the Gators lighted by the strong play of goalie
opened its 1988 campaign by post- last Thursday. The two attackers Rob DiGovanni.
ing convincing road victories over combined for five goals and four as- "It was a great feeling to travel all
the University of Florida and Geor- sists. that way to show them how we play
gia Tech. Saturday, the Wolverines defeated lacrosse in the Midwest," said de-

10 pm-close
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Attackers Mike Carr and Mike Georgia Tech,

16-5. The victory

fensemen Alex Gordon.

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.
TUESDAY
March 1
Ctr for Res on Learn & Teach--Wkshp, K Zinn, "Using
Personal Computers for Classroom Records," 7-9 pm, 120
W Engr Bldg. Reg req,764-0505.
Sci Res Club--Mtg, LL Brinkley, "Extracellular Matrix and the
Shape We Are In" & DB Clewell, "Plasmids, Transposons
and Streptococci," 7:30-10 pm, Chrysler Ctr Aud. 763-
0145.
Intl Ctr--"Work in Britain and Ireland": Info table, 10 am-3 pm,
Mich Union MUG area; mtg, N Meaney, 4 pm, 603 E
Madison. 764-9310.
Ctr for Chinese Studies--Brown-bag lec, M Oksenberg, 'The
Structure of the China Field," noon, Lane Hall Commons
Rm.
*Maternity Fitness Prog--Class begs, 7:30 pm, Northville M-
CARE Hith Ctr. Reg req. 764-3293.
Union Arts & Progs--Pow Wow preview, S Dakato Indian
Drum Troupe, noon; Concert of the Month: B Casad &
mixed-media event, 8 pm, Mich Union Pendleton Rm.
Biopsychol--Colloq, H Heffner, "Role of Primate Auditory
Cortex in Hearing," 12:30 pm, Rm 1057 MHRLI
Computing Ctr--Courses: In Rm 4212 SEB: Preparing Data for
Transfer Btwn Applications & Computers, 8:30-11:30 am;
HyperCard Demo, 1-3 pm. In Rm 3001 SEB: Microsoft
Word, pt 1 (IBM PC-Compatibles), 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
MTS Visual Editor, 10:30 am-12:30 pm; Lotus 1-2-3, pt 2,
1-5 pm; Microsoft Word, pt 2 (Macintosh), 1-5 pm. In Rm
2065A Frieze Bldg: Intro to TEXTEDIT, pt 7, 1:30-3 pm.
Reg req. 763-7630.
Society Christian Engrs--Lunch & talk, 11:30 am, 1014 Dow
Bldg.
CEW--CEW Scholar brown-bag lunch, noon-1:30 pm, 350 S
Thayer, 763-7080.
Intl Ctr/Ecumenical Campus Ctr--Lunch forum, N Harper, 'The
Russian Orthodox Church Celebrates 1000 Years of Faith,"
noon (lunch avail $1-std, $1.50- other), Intl Ctr, 603 E
Madison. 662-5529.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn--Undergrad std
fellowship, "Talk from the Heart," 7 pm, 602 E Huron..
668-6881.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Dollar dinner & devotions, 6 pm;
"Family' Bible study, 7 pm; choir, 8 pm, 1511 Washtenaw
Ave. 663-5560.
TARDAA.British Scl 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 Rmn CCRB.
Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LaGROC)-Mtg,
8:30 pm, Rm 3100 Mich Union. 996-2396.
Museum of Art--Art break, "Inuit Drawings," 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 pm; free form music, "Better Blatant than

Hall Aud A; recep follows, Tappan Hall lower lobby.
*HRD --Wkshp, "Processing Research Grant & Contract
Materials," 1:30-4:30 pm, 1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-
7410.
Biostats/Stats/Sch Bus--Sem, JO Berger, "Robust Bayesian
Analysis," 4 pm, 451 Mason Hall.
Bioengr--890 sem, G McPherson, "Bioengineering in an
Industrial Setting," 4 pm, 1017 Dow Bldg.
Hillel Fdn--Purim Megillah reading svecs: "Not Quite
Traditional," 7 pm, Mich Union Pendleton Rm;
"Traditional," 7 pm, Friends Mtg Housen(dress
appropriately). *Purim Bash '--88, 9 pm, Mich Union
Ballroom (costumes please).
*Men's Athletics--Basketball, U-M vs Northwestem, 8 p.m.,
Crisler Arena.
MHRI--Sem, F Estivariz, "N-Terminal POMC Peptides and
Adrenal Mitogenesis," 12:30 pm, Rm 2055 MHRI.
Botanical Gdns-Lec, MG Price, "Botany of Antique Postcards,"
7-9 pm, Rm 125, 1800 N Dixboro. 763-7060.
Kinesiol--Sem, M Ramey, "A Design of the Long Jump: A
Biomechanics Approach," 12:10-1 pm, Rm 1260 CCRB.
Polish History Club/Copernicus Endowment Fund--Lec, J
Morkowski, "Examples of Polish Culture and History from
the Polish Museum in Rapperswil," 7:30 pm, 3050 Frieze
Bldg.
Ctr for Russ & E Europ Studies--G Stokes: brown-bag lec,
"Literacy, Cognition and the Function of Nationalism,"
noon, Lane Hall Conf Rm; lec, "Nineteenth Century Serbia-
-So What?" 4 pm, Rackham W Conf Rm.
CEW--Job hunt club, noon-1:30 pm, basement, 350 S Thayer.-
763-7080.
U-M-Dearborn--Film, Stakeout, 7:30 pm, Rec & Orgs Ctr.
Indust & Operations Engr--Sem, F McDonald, "Best Case
Performance of Probabilistic Methods for Detecting
Necessary Constraints," 4 pm, 241 IOE Bldg.
*ICLE-Video, Homeward Bound Series, "Major Federal Income
Tax Changes Affecting Real Estate," 1-4 pm, 1020 Greene
St. Reg req. 764-0533.
Sch Music/Ctr for Jap Studies--Perf, Pro Music Nipponia, 8
pm, Rackham Aud.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn--Mid-wk informal
communion svc, 9:30 pm, 602 E Huron. 668-6881.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Mid-wk Lent svc, 7:30 pm. 1511
Washtenaw Aye, 663-5560.
Turner Ctr--Wellness Day, for appt, 764-6831; For Men Only
support grp, 7:30 pm, 1010 Wall St. Reg req. 764-2556.
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.
764-8312.
Karate Club--Senior practice, 6:30-8:30 pm, Martial Arts Rm
PM 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.
Campus Chapel--Evening prayers, 9:30 pm, 1236 Washtenaw
Ct. 668-7421.
Psychiatry--B Garfinkel: conf, 10:30 am-noon, Child & Adoles
Psych Hosp Aud; sem, 2:30-4 pm, MHRI Waggoner Conf
Rm.
THURSDAY
March 3
Sch Nat Resources --Landscape Arch Prog open house:
reg/orientation begs 9:30 am, 1036 Dana Bldg; ends with
social, 6:30-10:30 pm, Botan Gdns, 1800 N Dixboro. To
reg, 764-1404.
Career Plan & Place-Investigating Organizations & Employers,
4:10-5:30 pm, 3200 SAB; Summer of Success, 6 pm, 3200
SAB; Becoming a Professional: A Head Start, 7-9 pm,
Trotter House.
Germanic Lang & Lit--Netherlands Amer Univ League lec, M
Brouwers, "Feminism and Literature," 8 pm, Intl Ctr, 603 E

of Black Children's Academic Skills," 4-6 pm, 140 Lorch
Hall.
Union Arts & Progp--Arts at Midday, T White & P Stowell play
Handel, 12:15 pm, Mich Union Pendleton Rm.
Computing Ctr--Courses: In Rm 3001 SEB: dBASE III Plus, pt
2, 8:30 am-12:30 pm; Excel, pt 1, 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
Macintosh System Utilities, 1-3 pm; Using IBM PC-
Compatible as a UMnet Terminal: PCTIE or WINDOW, 1-3
pm; Using the MTS Message System, 3-5 pm. In Rm 4003
SEB: Text Formatting with LaTEX, pt 2, 9-11 am. In Rm
2065A Frieze Bldg: Intro to TEXTEDIT, pt 8, 1:30-3:30
pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
Comparative Study of Soc Transform--Brown-bag lec, S
Humphreys, J Paige & H Wright, "Michael Mann's Theory
of Power,from the Beginning," 12:10-1 pm, 4051 LSA.
U-M-Dearbon--See March 2.
Evol & Human Behav Prog--Sem, M Dow, "Assignment
Models for Group Interaction Data: Examples from
Chimpanzees and Stumptail Macaques," 4 pm, Rackham E
Lec Bldg.
Museum Anthro--Brown-bag lec, JE Silva, "Doing Archaeology
on the Pacific Coast: Taxi Cabs, Dogs, Skulls and Ancient
Remains in the Chillon River Valley, Peru," noon, 2009
Museums Bldg.
U-M-Flint--Gay/Lesbian Awareness Day: info table, 10 am-4
pm, 3rd Fl Univ Ctr; films, Pink Triangles & Word Is Out,
5 pm, Rm 364 Univ Ctr; panel disc, 7 pm, Univ Ctr Mich
Rams.
Ctr for Jap Studies--Brown-bag lec, R Sharf,"Tantric Training
of a Japanese Hosso Priest," noon, Lane Hall Commons
Rm.
*ICLE--Course, "Anatomy for Lawyers," 9 am-4 pm, 1020
Greene St. Reg req. 764-0533.
Sch Music/Ctr for Jap Studies--Perf, Pro Music Nipponia & U-
M Percussion Ensemble, 8 pm, Rackham Aud.
MHRI--Vision lunch sem, P Hitchcock, "Dendritic Growth of
Ganglion Cells in Goldfish Retina," 12:15-1:30 pm, 2055
MHRL
Trotter House/Career Plan & Place--Wkshp, "Becoming a
Professional: Opportunities for Minority Students," 7-9 pm,
Trotter House.
Turner Ctr--Support grp, "Living Better With Your Hearing
Loss," 10 am-noon, 1010 Wall St. 764-2556.
Women's Action for Nucl Disarm (WAND)--Mtg, 6-7:30 pm,
Mich Union (ask for rm at desk).
Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship--Mtg, L Erikson, "Spiritual
Warfare," 7 pm, Mich Union Kuenzel Rm.
Women's Okinawan Karate Club--See Feb 29.
Museum of Art--See March 1.
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 March 1.
*Mich League--Intl night, Greece, 4:30-7:30 pm, The League
Buffet.
Agape Campus Fellowship--Nondenom Bible study, C
Hawthome, 6:30 pm, S Quad Ambatano Lounge.
Germanic Lang & Lit--Conversational German club,
"Kaffeestunde," 3:30-5:30 pm, MLB 3rd Fl Conf Rm. 764-
8018.
UAC/Impact Jazz--Dance wkshp, 7-8:30 pm, Mich Union
Anderson Rmn.
*Univ Lutheran Chapel--Dollar dinner & devotions, 6 pm; basic
Lutheran doctrine, 7pm, 1511 Washtenaw Ave. 663-5560.
Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LaGROC).-Mtg,
"Community Coalition," 6:30 pm, 3100 Mich Union. 996-
2396.
FRIDAY
March 4
Sch Nat Resources--Landscape Arch Prog open house:
reg/orientation begs 8:30 am, 1040 Dana Bldg. To reg, 764-
1404.
Germanic Lang & Lit --Lec, A Menhennet, "Shakespeare and
Grillparzeras Historical Dramatists," 4:10 pm, Rackham E
Lec Rm.°
History Art/Ctr for W Europ Studies/LSA --Sem series, Topics
in the Art of PP Rubens, JR Martin, "Rubens and the Italian
Baroque," 4 pm, Tappan Hall 180.
Campus Coalition for Women/E Quad Rep Assembly--
Women's Weekend 1988: Keynote address, R Bayard Smith,
8 pm, E Quad Residential Coll Aud..
Anth roRackham,-Colloq, R Bauman, "Performance-Centered
Approaches to the Ethnography of the United States," 4

CEW--Brown-bag sem/disc, K Kappinen-Toropainen, "Fit
Between Sex Role Otientation and the Gender Composition
of the Occupation," noon-1:30 pm, Conf Rm, 350 S
Thayer. 763-7080.
U-M-Dearbmi--Lec, R Sacks, "Strategies for Ultrafast Gas
Chromatography," 3 pm, Classroom-Admin Bldg; film,
Raiders of the Lost Ark, 7:30 pm, 138 Classroom-Adminr
Bldg.
*Edipse Jaz&-Lec/demo, L Bowie, 4 pm, Rm 2044 Sch Music;
perf, Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy, 8 pm, Rackham Aud.
763-TKTS.
*HRD--Info series, "Mail Handling," 8:30 am-2:30 pm, 1111
Kipke. Reg req. 764-7410.
*ICLE--See March 3.
*Sch Music/Ctr for Jap Studies--Perf, Pro Music Nipponia, U-
M Percussion Ensemble & U-M Contemporary Directions
Ensemble, 8 pm, Orch Hall, Detroit. 883-3700.
Tenure Committee-mtg, 1 pm, Rackham W Council, 2nd Fl.
Ctr for S & Southeast Asian Studies--Slide lec,-W Spink, "The
Loves of Krishna," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
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.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn --Potluck dinner,
6:30 pm, 602 E Huron. 668-6881.
Gay Liberation--Coffee house, "Brothers," 8 pm, Guild House,
802 Monroe St. 764-4186.
SATURDAY
March 5
*Ctr for New Work/Rackham Grad Sch--Conf, Philosophy &
Work, 8 am-6 pm, Mich Union Keunzel Ran. 762-3386.
*Hill St Cinema--Mash, 8 & 10 pm, Nat Sci Aud.
Campus Coalition for Women/E Quad Rep Assembly--
Women's Weekend 1988: Art & advertising exhibit, noon-5
pm, Rms 124 & 126 E Quad (to submit art, 764-0618).
Panel disc, "Women & Advertising," 3 pm, E Quad
Benzinger Lib, Movies by women directors: Working Girls,
Real Genius & Men, 7 pm, Rm 126 E Quad.
Amnesty Intl--Write-A-Thon for Human Rights, 11 amA pm,
Mich Union lower lobby.
*Women's Athletics--Tennis, U-M vs Miami of Ohio, 10 am,
Track & Tennis Bldg.
*AAFC-Film, Down B yLaw, 7 & 9 pm, MLB4.
Armenian Studies Prog--Symposium 88: Whither Armenian
Studies? Themes & Perspectives, 1-5 pm, Mich League
Henderson Rm; recep follows. 747-2237.
*Kelsey Museum--Mini course, Unwrapping the Past: Secrets of
the Ancient Mummies: MA Leveque, "Then and Now:
Analysis, Preservation and Conservation of Mummies," 10
am, Tappan Hall Rm 180.764-9304.
*Major Events--Family show, Sharon, Lois & Bram, 1 pm,
Power Ctr, 763 -TKTS.
Museum of Art--Family prog, Contemporary Enuit Drawings:
slide/lec & wkshp, DR Piqtoukun & E Atkin, "Stone-
Carving and Print-making," 2-4 pm, Museum Art.
*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, comer Geddes-Washtenaw. 764-0478.
Karate Club--Practice, 3-5 pm, CCRB small gym. All welcome.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn--Couples
fellowship, 7 pm, 602 E Huron. 668-6881.
SUNDAY
March 6
*Hillel Fdn--AIPAC Political Leadership Training Sem, 9 am-6
pm. For loc, 996-5944.
Campus Coalition for Women/E Quad Rep Assembly--
Women's Weekend 1988: Coffee house, perfs by women
dancers, poets & musicians, 2 pm, E Quad Halfway Inn (to
perf, 764-0618).
Botanical Gdns--Nature walk, "Early Signs of Spring," 2 pm-
3:30 pm, meet on Conservatory steps, 1800 N Dixboro.
763-7060.
*Women's Athletics--Tennis, U-M vs Notre Dame, 9 am, Track
& Tennis Bldg.
Mich Alliance for Disarmament--Mtg, 7:30 pm, 439 Mason
Hall. 995-0183.
Museum of Art--Tour, "Inuit Drawings," 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.

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