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ng shows

By Elizabeth Block
The metronome-like minds of the
madmen of Every Good Boy De-
serves Favour and WOLF were one
indication of the redundancy prevalent
in the production at the Power Center
last weekend. Both plays, illustrious
with staging and lighting, blurted out
the obvious intent of the program
within the first 10 minutes, so that it
reached a crescendo before the
accompanying music even began.
The notion of madness was very
loud, and the energy bubbled on
overload from the start. Thus there
was no dramatic peak to which the
actors could ascend.
The message of the variations-
on-a-theme of madness do-si-doing
from institution to institution was
quite clear. Its meaning screamed for
attention from EGBDF's opening,
rather than culminating in dramatic
catharsis. The most useful balance
against this initial tone of the play
was the bird-like qualities of Ivanov

(Yusef Bulos). This was a most in-
spiring highlight of the h urm an
workings on stage.
The stage was elaborate and
imaginatively used. Intermingled
with three platforms for actors was a
70 piece orchestra. Yet at one point
in the play, Alexander says, "Never
mix music with politics." Ironically,
Stoppard and Previn do just that
with the use of the languid, heavy
chords of Soviet composers
Shostakovich and Prokofiev. The
irony of the relentless, sorrowful
Soviet tunes with the absurdity in
the confines of a Soviet institution
somehow mesh in EGBDF. Yet the
play was so blatant in form and de-
liverance that a serious intake of any
theme beyond nihilism and absurdity
seems impossible.
More of the same relentless,
pounding energy prevailed i n
Nicholas Delbanco's WOLF. Al-
though stunning in form, Del-
banco's language proved a bit eso-
teric and elite for a large stage show.

Gregory's synthesized music was
innovative, yet struck a separate note
than that of the workings of the
mind of Edward, the clock collector.
The staging, set design, and
lights, however, carried much of
WOLF. Most notable was the round,
cell-like room - a metaphorical
representation of a clock - filled
with clocks. Each clock was propped
upon a shelf, roaming the
circumference of the space. In the
center sat a spinning chair on which
Edward spun his own time.
Both plays mixed tradition with
experimental forms of communica-
tion and staging, yet somehow there
existed a rift between these two.
Perhaps not only is it true that mu-
sic and politics do not mix, but it is
also true of music and poetical lan-
guage. For poetical language, if it is
quality work, can hold its own. Un-
less of course the two are composed
in tandem, rather than out of
opposition, or dissonance, as poeti-
cal language and music manifest
themselves in both EGBDF and





By Michael Fischer
On rare occasions, the most breathtaking effect of a
great concert, even beyond the performance itself, can be
the promise it reveals. Delighting a sold-out audience at
Rackham Auditorium Friday night with a brilliant
display of accomplished technical sophistication and
engaging artistic vision, classical guitarist Christopher.
Parkening provided such an elusive thrill. Watching the
effort involved as he assays a catalogue of virtuoso
touches, one can't help but estimate that ever-narrowing
gap between Parkening's current performance and
perfection -if such an ideal exists.
Beginning the concert with a set of three renaissance
lute-pieces, Parkening immediately established his
mastery of the instrument. Gliding his fingers across the
fretboard in a series of elegantly-textured, wistfully
ornate melodic figures, Parkening ended the first se-
lection with enchanting brush-strokes of harmonics.
Throughout the third offering he deftly interspersed
some tonal variations, moving his picking-fingers up-
and-down to alternate between a twangy, harpischord-
like sound and smooth, fuller-sounding notes.
But the difficult chord-changes of these dense
compositions showed at times in Parkening's somewhat

tentative approach. For all his fluid grace, Parkening
will only begin to touch on legendary status when he
can really make such pieces look truly effortless. As the
rest of his show suggested, though, such ascendancy is
not far away.
After contrasting those lute-pieces with three
Spanish style pieces, Parkening showed his interpretive
creativity, conjuring up an ornate baroque atmosphere
with a trio by J.S. Bach. In his last solo selection,
Parkening played a piece of variations on a theme by
Mozart - in a special tribute to his late mentor, Andrds
Segovia - stunning the crowd with quickly-spiralling
arpeggios. Assisting guitarist David Brandon then
brought an added dimension of texture, highlighted in
the captivating Latin stylings of the three encore duos
he and Parkening performed. In the lovely Spanish folk
song "El Pano Maruno," for instance, Brandon tapped
out a little percussion and some fiery rhythmic strums
while Parkening worked out rich melodic colors.
Unlike Segovia or perhaps John Williams,
Parkening played from sheet music throughout - mere
visual evidence of the shrinking tether on his authority.
This thrilling artist is still quite young - in his early
forties at most. It's just a matter of time, it seems, be-
fore he will fulfill the promise of sheer magic hinted at.





Te 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.
:March 21
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.
Cliristian 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, 602 E Huron. 668-6881.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Aerobics. 7:30 pm, 1511
Washtenaw Ave. 663-5560.
Guild House--Writers Series, A Maue & I Gonzalez, 8 pm,
802 Monroe St. 662-5189.
Intl Ctr--1988 European Travel Series, J Dickson & B
Denman, 'The Nitty-Gritty of Travel in Europe," 3 pm, 603
E Madison. 764-9310.
Sch Art--Lec, G Kamrowski, "Reflections," 3:30 pm, 2104
Art & Arch Aud.
Ctr for Near East & N Afr Studies--Brown-bag lec, A
Khailany, "The Kurdish Struggle Against Human Rights
Abuses," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Dept of Near East Studies--Colloq, R Rammuny,
D"Samples of Proficiency-Based Arabic Teaching and
Testing," 4 pm, 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Cognitive Scl & Mach Intelligence Lab-
Commercialization of High Tech Colloq series, M
Tushman, "Technological Discontinuity, Organizational
Evolution and Executive Succession: Mini Computer
Industry as a Case in Point," 3:30 pm, E-0550 Bus Sch
Exec Educ Bldg.
Germanic Studies--Brown-bag colloq, G Dunnhaupt, "Die
Unbekannte Barockliteratur,"MLB 3rd fl Conf Rm.
LSA--The Unity of the Hebrew Bible series: DN Freedman,
"The Writings," 8 pm, Rackham Amphi; recep follows,
Rackham Assembly Hall.
Sch Music--Fac piano recital, Sonatas of Shubert, 8 pm, Sch
Music Recital Hall. 763-4726. Std recitals: carillonneur R
Waligora, 7:30 pm, Burton Tower; organist J Kyung Oh, 8
pm, Hill Aud.
Mathematics--GY Rainich lec, RM Schoen, 'The Role of
Scalar Curvature in Derential Geometry and PDE," 4 pm,
Angell Hall Aud B.
Senate Assembly--Mtg, 3:15 pm, Rackham Amphi.
Women's Studies Prog--Wkshp for undergrads, "Career
Pathways in Women's Studies," 4-5:30 pm, Rackham W
Conf Rm. 763-2047.
*Hlth Svc--3-wk prog begs, "Say No To Nicotine," noon,
Hlth Svc, 763-1320.
Arab-Amer Univ Grads/Palestine Aid
Society/Palestine Solidarity Comm i ttee-Arab-
Amer Awareness Wk: lecs, P Bullard & K Bennoune, 7 pm,
Rm 116 Hutchins Hall.
Career Plan & Place--Educ Career Conf Prep: Mock
Interview Reg, 3200 SAB.

Hillel Fdn/LSA Std Govt/MSA/Others--9th Annual
Conf on the Holocaust: lec, S Heschel, 'The German-
Jewish Dialogue," 8 pm, Rackham Amphi.
Hosp Arts Prog--Recital, cellist I Shank, 12:30 pm, 1st fl
Hosp Lobby. 936-ARTS.
Sch Music--Perf, Mich Youth Symph, Mich Youth Band &
High Sch Chamber Singers, 8 pm, Hill Aud. 763-4726. Std
recital, pianist D La Rocca, 8 pm, Sch Music Recital Hall.
Ctr for Res on Learn & Teach --Wkshp, WJMcKeachie,
"Getting Students to Think," 7-9:30 pm, 1320 Kresge Bus
Lib. Reg req. 764-0505.
Cont Med Educ--5-day course begs, "Family Practice: 1988
Twelfth Annual Spring Refresher and Board Examination
Review," Towsley Ctr. Reg req. 763-1400.
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-Dr Who 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 Organizing Committee
(LaGROC)--Mtg, 8:30 pm, Rm 3100 Mich Union. 996-
Museum of Art--Art break, "Chinese Gallery," 12:10-12:30
Fencing Club--Mtg/practice, 7:30-10 pm, CCRB small
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
Latent," 7 pm. Call in requests, 763-3500.
March 23
Indust & Operations Engr--Sem, S Gatchell, "Role of
Human Factors in the Automotive Industry," 10 am, 241
IOE Bldg.
Dentistry--Prog, "Career Opportunities in Dental Hygiene," 3-
5 pm, W Quad.
*UAC--Laughtrack presents A Kothe & M Blackman, 10 pm,
*HRD-.Wkshp, "Creating an Office Procedures Manual: For
Professional/Administrative Staff," 1-4:30 pm, 1111 Kipke
Dr. Reg req@#$ 764-7410.
Arab-Amer Univ Grads/Palestine Aid
Society/Palestine Solidarity Committee-Arab-
Amer Awareness Wk: films: On Our Land, Price of Change
& El-Andalus, 7 pm, MLB2.
Career Plan & Place--See March 21; Summer of Success,
4:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB.'
Meeman Archive-Environmental Journalism Conf: at
Alumni Ctr: lec, R Cochran, "Graphic Technology and the
Use of Photographs in News Stories," 10 am. In BusSch
Hale Aud: lec, E Nalder & E Schumacher, The Bomb
Factories," 1 pm; lec, J Kay, 'Tainted Water," 3 pm; lec, S
Squires, "Indoor Air Pollution"& "What's in the Water?" 4
pm; lec, A McEachran, 'The Ashland Oil Spill: Covering
and Environmental Crisis," 7:30 pm; panel disc, "The
Impact of Environmental Journalism," 8:30 pm.
Anat & Cell Biol--Sem, E Salmon, noon, 5732 Med Sci II
Bioengr-890 sem, D Lee, "Recent Advances in Medical
Sculpture,"4 pm, 1017 Dow Bldg.
U-M-Dearborn-Film, Hoosiers, 7:30 pm, Rec & Orgs Ctr.
U-M-Flint--Women's History Month, "A Festival of
Diversity": Women's tour of Rec Bldg, 11 am & 1 pm; lec,
"Fad or Fact: What's New in Nutrition," noon-1:30 pm,
Univ Ctr Brewery; panel disc, "Minority Women in
Business," 2-4 pm, Univ Ctr Mich Rm D; panel disc,
"AIDS Update," 3 pm, Univ Ctr Happenings Rm; film,
Coalmining Women, 6 pm, 364 Univ Ctr. Pop's Cafe
presents folk musicians D & M Smith, 7 pm, Univ Ctr
Brewery. Poetry & organ perf, C Baird & M Mason,
Stations of the Cross, 8 pm, First United Methodist
Church, Redford.
Kinesiol--Sem, G Loeb, "Motor Control Problems in the
Walking Cat," 12:10-1 pm, 1260 CCRB.
Sch Music--Std recitals: flutist R Wilk, 6 pm, Sch Music
Recital Hall; violinist A Alwin, 8 pm, Recital Hall;
percussionist JP Prater, 8 pm, McIntosh Theatre.
Mathematics--GY Rainich lec, RM Schoen, 'The Role of
Scalar Curvature in Dfferential Geometry and PDE," 4 pm,
3201 Angell Hall.
Ctr for Russ & E Europ Studies--Brown-bag lec, V
Chrypinski, "Church, State and Society in Poland Today,"
noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Residence Hall Repertory Theatre Troupe--Perf, I
Know You Are, But What Am I?, 10 pm, Rm 126 E Quad.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn-
Presentation on Central Amer & its people, 8 pm; mid-wk
informal communion svc, 9:30 pm, 602 E Huron. 668-
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Mid-wk Lent svc, 7:30 pm. 1511
Washtenaw Ave, 663-5560.
Turner Ctr--Wellness Day, for appt, 764-6831; For Men
Only support grp, 7:30 pm, 1010 Wall St. Reg req. 764-
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 M Bldg.

Dentistry--Prog, "Career Opportunities in Dental Hygiene, 3-
5 pm, E Quad.
*Hth Svc--See March 21.
MHRI--Vision lunch sem, D Schneeweis, "Photoreceptor
Coupling in Turtles," 12:15-1:30 pm, 2055 MHRI.
Computer Vision Res Lab--Sem, P Besl, "Range Imaging
Sensors and Range Imaging for Automated Geometric
Modeling,"3437 EECS Bldg.
*Arch & Urban Plan/Conf Dept--4-day symp/festival
begs, Preserving Wright's Heritage. To reg, 764-5305.
Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Ctr--Bagging
the Rape Culture disc series, panel, "Sexism at the 'U':
Have Things Improved?" noon, Rm 2444 Mason Hall. 763-
Arab-Amer Univ Grads/Palestine Aid
Society/Palestine Solidarity Committee-Arab-
Amer Awareness Wk: lec, J Zogby, "Ethnic and Minority
Emergence in the 1988 Election," 7:30 pm, Angell Hall
Aud D.
Career Plan & Place--Reg mtg, Educ On-Campus
Recruitment Prog, 5:10-6:30 pm, 3200 SAB.
Residential Coll--AIDS: An RC Forum: keynote address, R
Dunne, "AIDS: A Disease of Human Beings, "4 pm, E Quad
RC Aud; recep, 5 pm, RC lobby; round table open disc,
7:30 pm, 126 E Quad. 763-0176, 761-7723.
Atmos, Oceanic & Space Sci--Sem, H Shinagawa, "The
Interaction of the Solar Wind with Venus and Mars," 3:30
pm, 2231 Space Res Bldg.
Engr--750 Sem, B Hajek, "Routing in Interconnection
Networks,"4 pm, 1200 EECS Bldg.
Sch Art--Slide lec, MO Doner, 4-5:30 pm, Angell Hall Aud
Ctr for Afroamer & Afr Studies--Mini-course 324, Black
Educational Achievement Over the Life Course: EG Epps,
"Correlates of Academic Achievement Among Black Youths
in Urban America," 4-6 pm, 140 Lorch Hall.
*A AFC--Films: Les Biches, 7 pm; Diabolique, 9 pm, MLB4.
F3U-M-Dearborn--See March 23.
Evol & Human Behav Prog--Sem, E Cashdan, "Culture
As Information: Customary Prices in Tribal Trade," 4 pm,
Rackham E Lec Rm.
U-M-Flint--Short Film Flicks Old-Time Comedy Festival,
Marx Bros & Keystone Cops, 4 & 5:30 pm, Univ Ctr
Brewery; *fim, Roxanne, 7 & 9:15 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva;
debate, "Should the Personal Behavior of Political
Candidates by Exposed by the Media?" 7:30 pm, Intl Inst.
*Hillel Fdn/LSA Std Govt/MSA/Others--9th Annual
Conf on the Holocaust: perf, People Dancing, Charlotte, 8
pm; lec/disc follows with choreographer, Performance
Network, 408 W Washington.
Inst for Humanities--3-day Conf begs, "Theatre and Society
in the Classical World," 1-5:30 pm, Rackham Bldg.
Info & Lib Studies/Alumni Society--3-day prog begs,
20th Annual Alumni-I-Residence Prog, 10 am, Mich
League Lib.
*Sch Music Opera Theatre-Opera, Coronation of Poppea,
8 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. 764-0450. Sd recital, double
bassist G Gwynn, 8 pm, Sch Music Recital Hall.
Mich Union Arts & Progs--Arts at Midday, pianist K
Brzozowski 12:15 pm, Mich Union Kuenzel Rm.
Mathematics--See March 23.
Ctr for Near East & N Afr Studies/Dept of Near
East Studies/Prog in Compar Lit--Conf, Literature
in the Contemporary Middle East: A Window Into Reality:
panel, "Cultural Context of Literature," 10 am-noon; panel,
Interactions of Literature and Society," 1-5 pm; recep, 5
pm, Rackham W Conf Rm.
Ctr for Res on Soc Org--Brown-bag lec, B Cole & D
Deskins, "The Impact of Automobile Plant Location on
Black Employment," 12:10-1 pm, 4051 LSA.
Acad Affairs Advisory Committee--Mtg, 1-3 pm,
Regents' Rm.
Women's Okinawan Karate Club--See March 21.
Museum of Art--See March 22.
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 22.
*Mich League--Int night, Provincial France, 4:30-7:30 pm,
The League Buffet.
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. 764-
UAC/Impact Jazz--Dance wkshp, 7-8:30 pm, Mich Union
Anderson Rm.
*Univ Lutheran Chapel--Dollar dinner & devotions, 6 pm;
basic Lutheran doctrine, 7:30 pm, 1511 Washtenaw Ave.
Palestine Solidarity Committee (formerly Nov 29th
Committee for Palestine)--Mtg, 7 pm, Rm 4203
Mich Union.
March 25
*UAC-Musket presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat, 7 & 10pm, Power Ctr. 763-1107.
Philosophy--Lec, T Scanlon, "Promises and Practices," 4 pm,
MLB 1.
Entrepreneurs Club--Mtg, 6 pm, 439 Mason Hall.
*Dept Dance--Perf, Eccentric Identities, 8 pm, Studio A
Dance Bldg,763-5460.
Prog in Urban, Technol & Eviron Plan--Sem, S
Daniel, "Recreation Values vs Economic Impact," 4 pm,
506 E Liberty 2nd fl Conf Rm.
Arab-Amer Univ Grads/Palestine Aid
Society/Palestine Solidarity Committee--Arab-
Amer Awareness Wk: display, "MiddleCEastern Handcrafts
and Palestinian Embroidery," 7 pm, Mich Union Rm 1209.
Career Plan & Place--Educ Resume Bk Deadline: Submit
100 copies to CP&P, 3200 SAB.
*Residential Coll--AIDS: An RC Forum: play, As Is, 8
pm, E Quad Residential Col Aud. 747-4367.
Biol--Ecol sem, C Galen, "Evolution of Floral Traits: Insights
from an Alpine Wildflower Polemonium Villosum," 4 pm,
1139 Nat Sci Bldg.
Sch Art--Artist's recep & lec, R Weisberg, 6-8 pm, Sch Art
Slusser Gallery.

*H R D--Info Series, "Transportation Services," 8:30-10:30 am,
1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-7410.
Kelsey Museum--Lec, JE Harris, "Mummies of the
Pharoahs," 8 pm, Angell Hall Aud B; recep follows, Kelsey
Sch Music--Perf, Wind Ensemble, 8 pm, Rackham Assembly
Hall. 763-4726.
*Sch Music Opera Theatre--See March 24.
Music History/Musicology--Lec, E Rosand, "Monteverdi
and the Libertines: A Context for L'Incoronazione di
Poppea," 3:30 pm, Sch Music Blanche Anderson Moore
Ctr for Russ & E Europ Studies--Lec, G Grabowicz,
"Perestroika in Ukraine: Reflections from Recent Visits to
Kiev," 4 pm, Rackham E Lee Rm.
Committee on Econ Status of Fao-Mtg, 2:30-4:30 pm,
4079 Fleming Bldg.
Ctr for S & Southeast Asian Studies--Slide lec, RA
Salisbury, 'The Makalu Everest Traverse," noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm.
*Urban Plan Alumni Society--Wkshp/mtg: "Planning in
the Real World: Issues in Small Towns and Urban
Neighborhoods," 2:30 pm, Art & Arch Bldg; dinner, 6 pm,
Second Ward Bldg (Ashley St by Fleetwood Diner). 63-
Overeaters Anonymous--Mtg for bulimics (others
welcome), noon, 3rd ft Mich Union (by Counseling Svcs).
Chinese Christian Fellowship--Bible study,. 7:30 pm,
3150 Glacier Way, 761-7503.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Pizza & Euchre Night, 7 pm, 1511
Washtenaw Ave, 663-5560.
*United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn-
Wesley Night at the Movies, 6:30 pm, 602 E Huron. 668-
March 26
*UA C-See March 25
Std Devp OrgCtr--Women's Leadership Inst, "Women
Lal:skil uding sess & panel disc, L Pollack, AM
Coleman, D Green & J Meyers, noon-4 pm, Mich Union
Kuenzel Rnm. 763-5900.
Std Woodshop--Safety class for New Shop Users, sess I,9-
11 am, SAB, 763-4025.
*Dept Dance--See March 25.
Women's Action for Nul Disarm (WAND)--Lec, .C
Levin, "Where We Are Going in Arms Control,"8 pm, Sch
Publ M1th Aud.
*Arab-Amer Univ Grads/Palestine Aid
Society/Palestine Solidarity Committee-Arab-
Amer Awareness Wk: Arab Cultural Night, Mich Union
Anderson Rm.
Sch Art--BFA show recep, 7-9:30 pm, 3rd f Rackhamn
*AAFC--Films: Hollywood Shuffle, 7 & 10 pm; She's Gotta
Have It, 8:30 pm, MLB3.
U-M-Flint--MSBOA Solo & Ensemble State Festival, all
day, U-M-F Theatre. 762-3377.
*Hillel Fdn/LSA Std Govt/MSA/Others--9th Annual
Conf on the Holocaust: perf, People Dancing, Charlotte, 8
pm, Performance Network, 408 W Washington.
*Kelsey Museum--Mini course, Unwrapping the Past:
Secrets of the Ancient Mummies: Tour of Kelsey Mus
exhibit, "Egyptian Mummies: Ancient Cult and Modem
Science," 10 am, Tappan Hall Rm 180.764-9304.
*Sch Music Opera Theatre--See March 24.
Sch Music--Std recitals in McIntosh Theatre: trombonist P
Naslund, 4 pm; flutist M Rachmiel, 6 pm; pianist V
Agbabian , 8 pm.
*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.
*Nat Sci Museums-Children's wkshp, "Kayaks, Totems &
Adobes--North America's Native People": ages 4-6, 10 am-
noon; ages 7 & up, 1:30-3 pm, NatSci Mus, comer Geddes-
Washtenaw. Reg req. 764-0478.
Karate Club--Practice, 3-5 pm, CCRB small gym. All
March 27
*UAC-Musket presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat, 4 pm, Power Ctr. 763-1107.
Hillel Fdn/MSA/VP Std Svcs/Others--40th Annual
Israel Conf Day, 10 am-4:30 pm, Rackham Bldg.
Std Woodshop--Safety class for New Shop Users, sess II, 11
am-i pm, SAB. 763-4025.
*Dept Dance--Perf, Eccentric Identities, 3 pm, Studio A
Dance Bldg, 763-5460.
Hgsp Arts Prog--Reading, vintage writers, "Poetry, Stories
and Reminiscences," 2:30 pm, 1st fl Hosp Lobby. 936-
Sch Music--Guest recital, clarinetist J Polley, 2 pm,
McIntosh Theatre. 763-4726. Std recital, violist J
Crumrine, 4 pm, McIntosh Theatre.
*Sch Music Opera Theatre-Opera, Coronation of Poppea,
2 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. 764-0450..
Museum of Art--Tour, Docent's Choice, 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.
Zen Buddhist Temple--Meditation svcs: in Korean, 10-
11:30 am; in English, 5-7 pm, 1214 Packard. 761-6520.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church--Worship, 10 am, 801 S
Forest. 668-7622.
Chinese Christian Fellowship--Children's & adult
Sunday sch, 2 pm; worship, 3 pm, 3150 Glacier Way. 761-
Wels Lutheran Campus Ministry--Bible Study, 8:45 am;
worship, 10 am, 1360 Pauline Blvd. 662-0663.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Palm Sun breakfast, 9 am; Bible
study, "Book of Revelation," 9:30 am; Worship svc &
procession of palms, 10:30 am;supper, guest spkr, J
Panning, 6 pm, 1511 Washtenaw Ave. 663-5560.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn--Coll
std Sundav sch 10:45 am: *cnll std hmnch 12:15 nm 602






March 22
*Men's Athletics--Baseball, U-M vs Grand Valley, 2 pm,
Fisher Stadium.
Dentistry--Prog, "Career Opportunities in Dental Hygiene, 3-
S 5 Markley Hall. 10-wk prog begs, "Weight Watchers
' At Work," noon, Rm G311 Sch Dent.
Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Ctr-Mass
nmtg, 7:30 pm, Mich Union Welker Rm. 763-5865.
' Int Ctr/Ecumenical Campus Ctr --Lec, N Harper, "Some
e' Beginnings of Christian Faith in Kievian-Rus," noon, Intl
S Ctr, 603 E Madison. 662-5529.
Biopsychol--Colloq, B Oakley, "Chemical Senses," 12:30
pm, 1057 MHR.
Ctr for Chinese Studies--Brown-bag lec, W Shaoren,
Sino US Relations," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
I Ctr for Jap Studies--Publ forum,. Intl Auto Indust Conf,
'e "The Auto Industry Ahead; Who's Driving?" 1-5 pm,
Rackham Aud.
~Arab-Amer Univ Grads/Palestine Aid
Society/Palestine Solidarity Committee-Arab-
Amer Awareness Wk: lec, J Shaheen, "Arab Stereotypes--
Problems and Solutions," 8 pm, Mich Union Pendleton
r Rm
Career Plan & Place--See March 21.
Turner Ctr--Disc, M Eichstadt & B Zaret, "Benefits Available
through TIAA Hth Insurance," 10 am-noon, 1010 Wall St.
* 764-2556.
Kelsey Museum/Prog in Classical Art &
' Archaeology--Lec, O Soffer, "Ceramics Before Pots,
a Ground Stones Before Grain: Moravian Mammoth Hunters




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