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PERFORMANCES
FRI[DAY
"A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S
DREAM" - 8 p.m., R.C.
Auditorium, East Quad
Residential College students will
perform Shakespeare's romance.
See Review, page 6..
"EVERY GOOD B O Y
DESERVES FAVOR" AND
"WOLF"- 8 p.m., Power Center
The University Project Theater
will perform two one-act plays
directed by John Russell Brown.
Tom Stoppard's "Every Good Boy
Deserves Favor," concerns a
madman and political prisoner in a
Soviet prison hospital. Univeristy
professor Nicholas Delbanco's
"Wolf" canocerns the adventures of

a clock collector.
"CHARLOTTE: LIFE O R
THEATER? "- 8 p.m.,
Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington.
People Dancing presents an
evening ofhdancing and drama
honoring the life of painter
Charlotte Salomon.
UNIVERSITY C ON.C E R T
BAND , CHAMBER WINDS,
AND THE MICHIGAN
YOUTH BAND - 8 p.m., Hill
Auditorium
The two University bands, and
the Michigan Youth band will be
featured in a night of favorites.
CHRISTOPHER
PARKENING- 8 p.m.,
Rackham Auditorium
Christopher Parkening, one of
the coutnry's leading classical
guitar virtuosos will perform works
by Granados, Bach, Falla, and
others.

ARTISTS-8 p.m., Kerrytown
Concert House, 415 N. Fourth
Ave.
Four members of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra will perform
works from Bachman, Telemann,
Haydn, and others.
SATURDAY
"THE LESSON" AND
"TALK TO US" - 8 p.m. &
midnight, Trueblood Theatre, Frieze
Bldg.
The Hill Street players will
present Eugene Ionesco's one-act
play presenting a frightening and
humorous look at education. The
theater group's "Talk To Us" will
feature skits involving character-
audience interaction.
"KABUKI MACBETH" - 8
p.m., Michigan Theater
Shakespeare's drama becomes
transformed with Kabuki magic,

including Japanese puppetry and
costumes.
"A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S
D R E A M" - 8 p.m., R.C.
Auditorium, East Quad
See Friday, page 6 review for
more details.
"EVERY GOOD BOY
DESERVES FAVOR" AND
"WOLF"- 8 p.m., Power Center
See Friday for details.
"CHARLOTTE: LIFE OR
THEATER? "- 8 p.m.,
Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington
See Friday for more details.

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BARS & CLUBS
THE ARK (761-1451)
Friday: Norman Kennedy
Traditional ballads.
Saturday: Ahmad Jamal
Jazz pianist. See Interview, page
10.
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
83 10)
Friday & Saturday: Sharon
Williams
Jazz.

THE BLIND PIG (996-8555)
Friday: King David
Detroit reggae band.
Saturday: Trinidad Tripoli Steel
Band
Regae and calypso
THE EARLE (994-0211)
Friday & Saturday: Jeri Brown
Jazz.
HEIDELBERG COMEDY
SPORTZ (995-8888)
Improvisational comedy.
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE (996-9080)
Friday & Saturday:Mark

Sweetman
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436)
Friday: Top-40 Dance Party
Saturday: '' -40 Dance Party
Sunday: Mgafuk Dance Party
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday & Saturday: Steve
Nardella Rock 'n' Roll Trio
Rock 'n' roll and rockabilly.
U-CLUB (763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party
Saturday: Galens Medical Society
Party Night

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THEATRE
R.C. players offer a novel interpretation
of Shakespeare
A Best of Ann Arbor Ballot just for you
RESTAURANT
Sze-Chuan West serves it up hot, succulent, juicy...,
COVER STORY
The first two years in the Honors College:
Are they really worth it?
MICHmELLANY
10
THE LUST
Whatf going on in Ann Arbor this weekend.1
EDITORS...........Stephen Gregory, Alan Raul
FILM EDITOR ..... . ....... ............ ...........John Shea
MUSIC EDIT (..... .Beth Fertig
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SALES MAN .............Anne Kubek
ASSISTANT SALES MANAGER.............. Karen Brown
Cover photo by Robin Loznak
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FRIDAY
"EVALUATION RESEARCH
IN MINORITY
COMMUNITIES"- 1:30 p.m.,
Hussey Room, Michigan League
Barbara Bryan Logan, the Martin
Luther King/Cesar Chavez/Rosa
Parks Visiting Professorship
Program scholar, will speak.
PUBLIC HEALTH
STUDENT ASSOCIATION
CONFERENCE '88- 9 a.m.,
School of Publisc Health Institute,
109 Observatory
Seminars focusing on "Nuclear
Power and Public Health," and
"Delvelopment and Health in
Africa" are scheduled.
BROTHERS - 8-11 p.m., The
Guild House, 802 Monroe Street.
The alternative for gay social-
izing.
SAFEWALK - 8-11:30 p.m.,
Room 102 UGLi, 936-1000.
Night-time Safety walking ser-
vice.
VIDEO NIGHT - 7 p.m.,
University Chapel, 1511 Wash-

tenaw Ave.
All are welcome.
FREE COMPUTING CEN-
TER COURSES - 8:30 a.m.-
4 p.m.
Call 763-7630 for more infor-
mation.
SATURDAY
"FIGHTING RACISM AND
SEXISM N H-HE 1980'S -
7 p.m., RackL e- Auditorium
Angela Davis, author, activist,
and organizer will speak.
"MEET THE ARTIST -
AHMAD JAMAL" -4 p.m.,

Room 2044, School of Music
Composer Ahmad Jamal will
speak on his experiences with jazz
and probably play a bit. See
Interview, page 10.
SUNDAY
SIGN OF THE TIMES - 2-4
p.m., Michigan Union, Michigan
Room
Everyone welcome to the Dis-
abled Student Services sign lan-
guage club.

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March 24.26 a
March 27 at
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STORY_
Continued from Page 9
I guess that's a good way to be used."
"There are two dimensions here,"
Shappirio said. "The student who is
really looking at the aims of the
honors program and - in its poor-
est, worst form - those who feel
that they were an honors students in
high school and therefore should be
an honors program here and wear
some sort of special badge. That's
not what we're here for. But I'm not

going to kick someone out of Great
Books, either."
Kushigian says, "I wish we had a
perfect way to predict how theywill
perform. You know, test scores are
so bad."
Peterman says he has a workng
student's definition. "There's two
types of honors students here.
There's the really gung-ho gunner
type, for whom the college doesn't
really matter so much because
they're going to milk the most out
of everything. Then there's the kind
who just drifts along, who know
they could put more into it but just
don't." U

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