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Page 8-The Michigan Daily-Monday, April 11, 1988

Academy
Continued from Page 7
tions. So here goes:
Best Film: Personally, I think
My Life As A Dog was the tops,
but it wasn't even nominated. So I
give this one to the lush epic The
Last Emperor because the Academy
seems to like grandiose bio films.
Just look at Gandhi and Amadeus.
Best Director: In the last 35
years, only three times has the
director of the Best Film not won
this Oscar, so why go against such
odds? Bertolucci deserves it anyway.
Best Actor: I'm hoping the
Academy will surprise itself and give

the nod to Robin Williams, who
displayed true talent. But the
competition is tough with Hurt and
Nicholson who are always in the
running.
Best Female Actor: From the day
Broadcast News arrived, everyone
has been praising Holly Hunter's
performance. She won't go home
empty-handed.
Best Supporting Actor: Albert
Brooks had as much screen time as
William Hurt and at least as impor-
tant a role in Broadcast News, yet he
was nominated in this category. But
their studio probably lobbied for this
so that both men can win Oscars
instead of splitting the vote in one
category. Forgetting politics, Albert

Brooks gave the best performance of
any male star this year.
Best Supporting Female Actor:
The favorite seems to be Olympia
Dukakis of Moonstruck who stole
the show as Cher's mother. And
somewhere each year the Academy
gives an Oscar to an established
older actor; maybe Dukakis's time
has come.
Those are the major awards and
my predictions. Who the real win-
ners are we'll find out starting at 9
p.m. tonight. Whether just a popu-
larity contest or actually praise from
one's peers, the glamour and pres-
tige that accompanies one of those
little statues appeals to every-one,
filmmaker and film-goer alike.
Rua
aw
Ube
CDONjed

The Grateful Dead

return

with old, new

following

By Brian Jarvinen
One of the land's most popular
college bands arrive at Joe Louis
Arena tonight in a rare Michigan
appearance. R.E.M.? INXS? U2?
No, this band doesn't use silly
initials for its name - no one had
thought of that when these guys
got together. Yes, tonight those old
San Francisco space cadets the
Grateful Dead will get it up for
another show on their spring tour.
The Dead recently resurrected a
sputtering career with the success of
last year's top ten LP, In The Dark.
This new found popularity (which
included, for better or worse, an
appearance in the Top 40 with the
song "Touch of Grey") has brought
many new fans into the devoted
legion of Deadheads. This has
caused some tension among long

time Dead fans who resent hearing
"A lot of poor men / makin' five
dollar bill" coming out of a CD
player in a Fiero. This type of Dead
fan seems to miss the point of the
Dead's message.
In defense of the new fans,
however, one must realize that they
were not exposed to the band until
"Touch of Grey." Many of the new
converts latch onto the Dead
because they represent the '60s, the
current cool decade to pretend to
live in. Unfortunately, the children
of the materialistic '80s don't pick
up any of the '60s values from the
experience.
The Dead always have and always
will attract criticism and jeers from
people who don't understand them.
Critics bitch about lame tunes and
the band's perpetual touring that
seems to be designed to milk the

Deadheads for as much money as
possible. Indeed, following the band
can get expensive for the
Deadheads, but the Dead are on the
road due to tremendous fan demand,
not because their record company
decided it was the right time to send
the boys out.
The Dead will continue to ripple
along on their train in an unbroken
chain; they might have a touch of
grey, but a box of rain won't keep
them from truckin'around to smell
the sweet sugar magnolias. As a
wiser man than me once said,
"space is for deadheads not
warheads." You can be sure the
space around Joe Louis will be
humming when Casey Jones
careens into town tonight.
THE GRATEFUL DEAD play at
Joe Louis Arena in Detroit tonight.,

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TUESDAY LUNCH FORUM
at the
INTERNATIONAL CENTER - 603 E. MADISON
April12 at 12 noon: "A Report from the Middle East"
Speaker: Rev. Paul Dotson, Director Emeritus
of Ecumenical Campus Center
for additional information - please call 662-5529

Sponsored by:i
The Ecumenical Campus Center
and the International Center

Lunch Available:
$1.00 (students)
$1.50 (others)

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MO 1NDAY
April 11

Women's Okinawan Karate
pm (new stds welcome); advc
Arts Rm IM Bldg. 996-5634, 6
Christian Science Org--Mtg, 7
Integrity--Lesbian-gay male co
pm, Canterbury House, 218 NI
Turner Ctr--Intergenerational
reading classes, 10:30 am-noor
1:30-3:30 pm, 1010 Wall St, 71
United Methodist Std Fellow
study on "Romans," 6 pm; peE
pm, 602 E Huron. 668-6881.
Guild House--Writers Series, E J
Monroe St, 662-5189.
'Nursing Alumni--Recep for ne
Mich Union Kuenzel Rm.
M-CARF- Intro quit smoking se
2200 Green Rd. 763-7485.
MHRIG-Wkshp, "Current 1
Microcomputers to Microvax a
*FWaggoner Co - Rm. To reg, 7
*Fac Women's Club--Lunch
"Trying to Bring Quality
Possibilities and Obstacles,"
April 7.761-6095.
Ctr for Near East & N Afr
Zickerick, "West Germany's F
East," noon, Lane Hall Comm
Cognitive Sci & Machine In
Human Computer Interact
Workspaces," 4:15 pm, Sch Bu
Germanic Lang & Lit --Net
presents B Barnard, "Portrait o
r Intl Ctr.
Germanic Studies--Brown-ba
reading, C Derschan, 12:10 pm
Lutheran Campus Ministry--
and Politics," 7:30 pm, Mich U
LSA--Fac mtg, 4:10 pm, MLB4.
UAC--Std tea at the President's ho
Prog in Urban, Tech & Env
"Life Quality in Villages: Des
Changes," 4:30-6 pm, 506 E Li
Proj for Lang Res & Devp/R
Noblitt, "Systeme-D: WritingA
on, 10:30 am-noon; presentati
Studies in Religion/Rackham
& N Afr Studies--J NevilleI
the Georgian Versions,"4 pm,?
Inst of Sci & Technol--Sem,I
Sediments on the Competitive1
and Cladocerans,"4 pm, 30111
Career Plan & Place--Educ
wkshp, 4:10-5:30 pm, SEB Sc
Sch Music--Std recitals in Recit
pm; pianist J Di Costanzo, 8p

Calen dar
The University of Michigan
Ctr for Chinese Studies--Brown-bag lec, Y Wenbin,
7eeting, lecture work- "Sino-SovietRelations," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
YnOlneenSwith CEW--Prog for Intl Women: J Rahaim, "Personal and
Professional Assertiveness," 3-5 pm, 350 S Thayer, 2nd f
ach week on campus. conf m.
sity Record calendar, Sch Music--Perf, Early Music Ensemble, 8 pm, Blanche
ity sponsored groups Anderson Moore Hall. Std recital, saxophone studio recital,
ized by the Michigan 8 pm, Recital Hall.
Mich Union Arts & Progs-Concert of the month, pianist
must be submitted in B Buszard, 8 pm, Mich Union Pendleton Rm.
uesday before publi- Romance Lang & Lit--Lec, H Turner, "The Secret
rmation to: Julie A. Argument of Metaphor in Galdos' %F2Fortunata and
Jacinta," 8 pm, Rackham W Conf Rm.
tant, University Rec- United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn-
Asterisk (*) denotes Undergrad std fellowship, "Talk from the Heart," 7 pm, 602
i is charged. E Huron. 668-6881.
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, 3100 Mich Union. 996-2396.
Museum Art--Art break, "Rites of Spring," 12:10-12:30 pm.
Fencing Club--Mtg/practice, 7:30-10 pm, CCRB small gym.
Christians in Action --Mtg, Fundamentals of Faith Series,
Club--Beg class, 7:45-8:30 8:30 pm, 1407 Mason Hall.
class, 6:30-7:45 pm, Martial WCBN (88.3 FM)-Talk show, "Closets Are for Clothes,"
68-6280. 6-7 pm; free form music, "Better Blatant than Latent," 7-8
7:15 pm, 3rd fl Mich League. pm. Call in requests to Lesbian & Gay Radio Collective,
mmunity open house, 8:45 763-3500.
Division. 665-0606. Weis Lutheran Campus Ministry--Bible disc, 7-9 pm,
Women, 10 am-noon; lip Mich Union.
n & 1-2:30 pm; writing gp, Turner Ctr--Divorce After 60, 1:30-4 pm; Creativity in
64-2556. Vintage Years," 10-11:30 am, 1010 Wall St. 764-2556.
ship/Wesley Fdn--Bible
~ace & justice fellowship, 7 W EDNESDAY
oyce & B Topol, 8 pm, 802
w nrsg grads, 4:30-6:30 pm, April 13
"Smokeless," 7-8:30 pm, Std Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, sess I, 3-5
pm, SAB, 763-4025.
Networking Solutions: Hillel Fdn--All-night candlelight vigil for Soviet Jews, 7 pm-
nd MTS," 8:30 am-5:30 pm, 8 am, Diag. 663-3336.
,64-2113. History Art--JP Getty Postdoc Fellow, B Genne, 'The Artist
& Listenp N Meima, as Collaborator: The Synthesis of the Arts in Twentieth
itheNprog',. Century British Ballet," 4 pm, Angell Hall Aud A; recep
into the Nursing Home: follows, Tappan Hall lower lobby.
11:30 am-I pm. Res req by Women's Intl Hith Grp/Intl Ctr/Family Housing-
Studies--Brown-bag lec, M Lec, J Gegenheimer-Holmes, "Bugs, Bumps, Poison and
oreign Policy in the Middle Outdoor Safety," 10 am, Vera Baits II Coman Lounge.
ons Rm. Compar Study of Soc Transform--Lec, U Frevert,
tell Lab--Colloq Series on "Constancy and Change in Gender Relations in Germany,
ion: S Card, "Information 1880-1930,"4 pm, Rackham E Conf Rm.
us Assembly Hall, Mich Rm. Career Plan & Place--See April 12.
herlands Amer Univ League *Guild House--Beans & rice dinner, 6 pm, 802 Monroe St.
f the Artist as an Ally,"8 pm, 662-5189.
Commission for Women/Women of Color Task
g colloq, German poetry Force--Mtg, noon-1:30 pm, Rackham E Conf Rm.
, MLB 3rd fl conf rm. *Men's Athletics--Baseball, U-M vs Eastern Mich, 2 pm,
Kauper Lec, A Simon, "Faith Fisher Stadium.
Jnion Anderson Rm. Affirmative Action Ofc--Forum, "The Future for Women
at The University of Michigan," 5 pm, Mich League
ouse, 4-5:30 pm. 763-1107. Hussey Rm.
'ron Plan--Disc, F Andrews, Biol--Sem, M Zolan, "Molecular Geneics of Meiosis in the
signing a System to Monitor Basidiomycete Coprinus Cinereus," 4 pm, MLB2.
iberty, 2nd fl. Psychiatry--Codf, C Brenner: "Some Remarks on the
Romance Lang & Lit--JS Analysis of Dreams and of Neurotic Symptoms," 10:30 am-
Assistant for French": hands- noon, Child & Adoles Psych Hosp Aud; Case Presentation
on, noon, 3050 Frieze Bldg. by J Stuart, 2:30-4 pm, 2C108 Univ Hosp.
n/History/Ctr Near East Anat & Cell Biol--Sem, D Lansing Taylor, noon, 5732
Birdsall, "Gospel of John in Med SciII Bldg.
3050 Frieze Bldg. Biologic & Mater Sci--Sem, D Carlson, "Experimental
K Kirk, "Effect of Suspended Studies in Lateral Pterygoid Muscle Function and
Interactions Between Rotifers Mandibular Growth,"4 pm, 1003 Kellog Dent Bldg.
Nat Sci Bldg. Bioengr--890 sem, P Bland, 'Tissue Characterization," 4 pm,
Career Conf prep: pre-conf 1017 Dow Bldg.
.horling Aud. CEW--Black Women in Transition Res Series: MA Parker,
al Hall: soprano J Wright, 6 'The Black Family in Migration," noon-1:30 pm, 350 S
PM- Thayer.
Engl--Brown-bag lec, L Goldstein speaks on Donald Justice,
noon, Hopwood Rm, 1006 Angell Hall.
*Fac Women's Club--Spring mtg: soc hr, 11:30 am; lunch
& mtg, 12:15-3 pm, Mich League Ballroom. 995-2366.
U-M-Flint--C Proctor plays blues & ragtime, 7 pm, Univ Ctr
Brewery; *Spring concert, U-M-F Chorale & Orch, 8 pm,
St Michael's Catholic Church, 609 E 5th Ave.
Indust & Operations Engr--Sem, GL Nemhauser,
R Wilson, "Breaking Down "Evaluating Classroom Capacity and Needs: A Constrained
ers: Creative Strategies for Assignment Problem," 4 pm, 241 IQE Bldg.
of Minorities in Higher Sch Music--Std recitals: In Recital Hall: flutist A Sievert, 6
League Keffler Library; recep pm; K Thomas, tuba, 8 pm. In Rackham Assembly Hall:
, ECousinss "Compu violinistM Dilulio, 8 pm.
g, ECouins I'Cmpuing Ctrfor Near East & N Afr Studies-Lec, M Khadduri,
d Other User Services,"3 pm, "Islamic Law and International Studies," 4 pm, 100
e. Hutchins Hall.
i Ctr--Lec, P Dotson, "A Ctr for Russ & E Europ Studies--YA Jelinek:brown-bag
" noon (lunch avail, $1-std, lec, "Slovaks, Germans and Jews," noon, Lane Hall
9. Commons Rm; sem, "Getting Acquainted with
bl HIth/Others--Wilbur J Communism in Moscow: Fall 1923," 4 pm, Rackham W
ble disc on AIDS, 3 pm, Conf Rm.
Residence Hall Repertory Theatre--Perf, I Know You
& Human Behav Are, But What Am I?" 10 pm, W Quad/Newberry Wedge
& Huma BehavRm.
xiety Disorders Res, I Marks: Committee on the Econ Status of Fac--Mtg, 2:30-4:30
y of Obsessive Compulsive pm, 4079 Fleming Bldg. J Gordon,764-6564.
Stress Disorder,"9 am-noon, United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn-Mid-
nan's Bd Rm. Reg req. 764- wk informal communion svc, 9:30 pm, 602 E Huron. 668-
6881.
-Perf, Mexi fol dance Univ Lutheran Chapel--Folk svc, 9 pm, 1511 Washtenaw
rx.Coue Hall1 cafetera .Fen

Latin Amer Solidarity Committee --Mtg, 8 pm, 2435
Mason Hall.
Ctr for Jap Studies/Cinema Guild--New Films From
Japan '88 series, Sorekara, 9 pm, Mich Theater.
THURSDAY
April 14
MHRI--Vision Lunch Sem, U Drager, 2055 MHR.
*Sch Music/Theatre & Drama--Univ Players presents
Angel City, 8 pm, Trueblood Theatre. 764-0450.
*Gilbert & Sullivan Society--Perf, The Gondoliers, 8
pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. 761-7855.
Std Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, sess II, 3-5
pm, SAB, 763-4025.
*Sch Music/Musical Theatre Prog--Perf, On the Town,
8 pm, Power Ctr, 764-0451.
Hillel Fdn--Holocaust (Yom Ha'Shoa) Commemoration, B
Mednicki, 4 pm,339 E Liberty, Suite 200.
*United Jewish Appeal--Closing bash, 8 pm, Mich Union
Ballroom.
Career Plan & Place--See April 12.
Compar Lit--Lecs: F Zeitlin, 'The Poetics of Desire: Nature,
Art and Imitation in LongusDaphnis and Chloe," 1:30 pm,
Rackham Amphi; R Gasche, "Theory: Necessity or
Frivolity?" 3:30 pm, Rackham Amphi; VY Mudimbe,
"Something Like Reading Waving Margins," 7:30 pm,
Angell Hall Aud A.
Atmos, Oceanic & Space Sc --Sem, J Bishop, 3:30 pm,
2231 Space Res Bldg.
Museum Anthro--Brown-bag lec, T Judice Gamito, "Algrave
Northeast--Persistence of Forms of Settlement and
Subsistence Economy (An Ehnoarchaeological Approach),"
noon, 2009 Mus Bldg.
Biol & Genetics Grp--Sem, T Schupbach, "Maternal-Effect
Mutations in Drosophila Melanogaster Which Effect the
Development of the Egg,"noon, 1139 Nat Sci Bldg.
Ctr for Afroamer & Afr Studies--Mini-course 324, Black
Educational Achievement Over the Life-Course: VP
Franklin, 'The Talented Tenth: Afro-American Intellectuals
in the Twentieth Century,"4-6 pm, 140 Lrch Hall.
Computer Vision Res Lab--Sem, M Sridhar, 3437 EECS
Bldg.
Compar Study of Soc Transform--Brown-bag lec, R
Northrup, "Structure and Subjectivity in Bourdieu and
Giddens," 12:10-1 pm, 4051 LSA.
Cognitive Sel & Machine Intell Lab--Colloq Series on
Human Computer Interaction: B Curtis, "Empirical Studies
of the Software Design Process," 4:15 pm, Sch Bus
Assembly Hall, Mich Rm.
Evol & Human Behav Prog--Sem, R Foley, "Raising the
Dead: Paleobiological Perspectives on Human Social
Behavior," 4 pm, Rackham E Lec Rm.
U-M-Flint--Short Film Flicks, Abbott and Costello Meet
Frankenstein & others, 4 & 5:30 pm, Univ Ctr Brewery;
*film, Three Men And A Baby, 7 & 9:15 pm, Univ Ctr
Kiva.
HRD--Ofc support staff grp mtg, S Johnson, "Taking Time to
Take HRD Classes," noon, Mich League Rm 4.
Sch Music--Fac recital, E Parmentier, organ & harpsichord, 8
pm, Blanche Anderson Moore Hall. Std recital, pianist D
Shaffer-Gottschalk, 8 pm, Recital Hall.
Mich Union Arts & Progs--Arts at Midday, Brecht Co,
Death of Herod, 12:15 pm, Mich Union Pendleton Rm.
Ctr for Near East & N Afr Studies--Lecs: F Rhissassi,
noon, 1603 Haven Hall; M Khadduri, "The Doctrine of
Jihad," 4 pm, 150 Hutchins Hall.
Ctr for Russ & E Europ Studies/Sociol/Study of
Soc Transform--Lec, K Jasiewicz, "Political Conflict in
Poland: Sociological Interpretations," 4 pm, Lane Hall
Commons Rm.
Acad Affrs Advisory Committee--Mtg, 1-3 pm, 4079
Fleming Bldg. C Stoffle, 764-9356.
Financial Affrs Advisory Committee--Mtg, 4-5:30 pm,
3019 Fleming Bldg. JL Miller, 764-9472.
*Cont Med Educ--2-day course begs, "Annual Postgraduate
Course in Obstetrics and Gynecology: Challenges and
Changes of the 1980s," Towsley Ctr. Reg req. 763-1400.
Women's Okinawan Karate Club--See April 11.
Museum Art--See April 12.
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 April 12.
*Mich League--Intl night, Switzerland, 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-
8018.
UAC/Impact Jazz--Dance wkshp, 7-8:30 pm, Mich Union
Anderson Rm.
Palestine Solidarity Committee (formerly Nov 29th
Committee for Palestine}--Mtg, 7 pm, Rm 4203 Mich
Union.
Turner Ctr--New Tech Series, D Gates, 10-11:30 am, Kellogg
Aud, 990 Wall St
FRIDAY
April 15
*Phys Educ/Adult Lifestyles Prog-Perf, dance grp New
Moves, 8 pm, Slauson Sch, 1019 W Washington.
Astronomy--Visitors' Night: lec, RG Teske, "Cooling Gas in
Galaxy Clusters: Are We Witnessing the Birth of Nearby
Galaxies?" & film, Exploring the Milky Way, 8:30 pm,
Angell Hall Aud B; observatory open following prog til 11
pm.
Sch Music/*Theatre & Drama--See April 14.
*Gilbert & Sullivan Society--Centennial celebration,
8:30 pm; perf, The Gondoliers, 10 pm, Mendelssohn
Theatre. 761-7855.
Economics--Lec, BR Bergmann, "Race Justice, Gender Justice
and Affirmative Action,"4:30 pm, Lorch Hall Aud.

SR Suleiman, "A Double Margin: Reflections on Women
Writers and the Avant-Garde in France," 3:30 pm, Rackham
Amphi.
Guild House--Forum, D Jones, "Sexual Harassment on
Campus and in the Workplace," noon (lunch avail, $1), 802
Monroe St. 662-5189.
Molec Evolution & Population Genetics--Sem, J
Palmer, "Transfer of Genes from Chloroplast to Nucleus,"
noon, 3056 Nat Sci Bldg.
Kelsey Museum--*Spring membership dinner mtg: dinner, 6
pm, Exec Residence dining rm, Sch Bus; lec, M Garrison,
'The Kelsey Excavations at Carthage, 1987," 1540 Exec
Residence, Sch Bus. Non-dinner participants welcome. 764-
9304.
CEW -Prog for Intl Women: JS Reynolds, "Educated Women
in Developing Countries," noon-1:30 pm, 350 S Thayer,
2nd fl confrm.
U-M-Dearborn--Lec, F Garland, "Flourescence Studies of
Muscle Proteins,"3 pm, Classroom-Admin Bldg.
*U-M-Flint--Film, Three Men And A Baby, 7 & 9:15 pm,
UnivCtr Kiva; perf, Three Sisters, 8 pm, U-M-F Theatre.
For res, 762-3230.
Sch Music--Fac recital, carillonneur M Halstead, 7 pm,
Burton Tower, perf, Univ Choir, 8 pm, Hill Aud; perf,
Wind Ensemble, 8 pm, Rackham Aud, Std recitals: harpist
A Sunnarborg, 6 pm, Recital Hall; violinist R Arado, 6
pm, McIntosh Theatre; tenor R Roberts, 9 pm, Rackham
Assembly Hall; trumpeter D Duncan, 8 pm, Recital Hall.
Ctr for Near East & N Afr Studies-End of year party, 4-
6 pm, 144 Lane Hall. Bring appetizer or treat.
Govt Rels Committee--Mtg, 3:30-5 pm, President's Conf
Rm, Fleming Bldg. R Strang, 764-5176.
Tenure Committee--Mtg, 1 pm, Rackham W Council, 2nd
fl. J Gindin, 764-5303.
Ofc Minority Affrs/Sch Soc Work--Lec, C Chavez, 'The
Grapes of Wrath,"noon, Mich Union Pendleton Rm.
Overeaters Anonymous--Mtg 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--Scavenger Hunt, 7 pm, 1511
Washtenaw Ave, 663-5560.
United Methodist Std Fellowship/Wesley Fdn--
Fairwell party for chaplain interns, 602 E Huron. For time,
668-6881.
Turner Ctr--Writing grp, 10 am-noon; peer counselors mtg,
1-3 pm, 1010 Wall St. 764-2556.
Gay Liberation--Brothers coffee house, 8 pm, Guild House,
802 Monroe St. 763-4186.
SATURDAY
April 16
*Sch Music--Spring concert, Women's Glee Club, 8 pm,
Rackham Aud.
*Sch Music/Theatre & Drama--See April 14.
*Gilbert & Sullivan Society--Perf, The Gondoliers, 2 &
8 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. 761-7855.
*Sch Music/Musical Theatre Prog--See April 14.
*Hill St Cinema--Film, Quadrophenia, 9:30 pm, Nat Sci
Aud.
*AAFC--Films: Vixen, 7 & 10:20 pm; Thundercrack, 8:15
pm, MLB4.
Botanical Gdns--Friends pressed flower wkshp, 9:30 am, Rm
125, 1800 N Dixboro.
*U-M-Dearborn-Children's 1890s parties, 10 am, noon &
2:30 pm, H Ford Estate-Fair Lane. Res req. 593-5590.
*U-M-Flint-Perf, Three Sisters, 8 pm, U-M-F Theatre. For
res, 762-3230.
Sch Music--Std recitals: In Recital Hall: saxophonist K
McOlgan, 2 pm; mezzosoprano R DeBoer, 4 pm; soprano C
Connors, 8 pm. In McIntosh Theatre: clarinetist A Kats, 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.
764-0478.
*Nat Sci Museums--Children's class, "Digging Into
Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life": ages 4-6, 10 am-noon; ages
7 & up, 1-3 pm, Nat Sci Mus, comer Geddes-Washtenaw.
Reg req. 764-0478.
Karate Club--Practice, 3-5 pm, CCRB small gym. All
welcome.
*Lesbian-Gay Law Stds --Dance, 9 pm, Law Lounge, 551
S State. 763-4186.
SUNDAY
April 17
*Outdoor Rec Prog--Horseback riding trip, 10 am-4 pm.
Reg req, 764-3967.
*Sch Music/Theatre & Drama--Univ Players presents
Angel City, 2 pm, Trueblood Theatre. 764-0450.
*Gilbert & Sullivan Society--Perf, The Gondoliers, 2
pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. 761-7855.
*M-CARE-Spring Fun Run: 1 mile walk, 9:30 am & 10 k
run, 10 am, Maybury State Park, Northville. 349-0203.
*Sch Music/Musical Theatre Prog--Perf, On the Town,
2 pm, Power Ctr, 764-0451.
Botanical Gdns--Nature walk, "Identifying Blood Root and
Hepatica," 2pm, conservatory steps, 1800 N Dixboro. 763-
7060.
*U-M-Flint--Perf, Three Sisters, 2:30 pm, U-M-F Theatre.
For res, 762-3230.
Sch Music--Perf, Univ Band/Campus Band, 4 pm, Hill Aud.
Std recitals: clarinetist K Schreiber, noon, McIntosh
Theatre; tenor C Eversole, 4 pm, Recital Hall; pianist B
Patterson, 6 pm, McIntosh Theatre.
Museum Art--Tour, "Rights of Spring," 2 pm.
*Ruthven Planetarium Theatre--Show, "Voyager 2 at
Uranus," 2, 3 & 4 pm. Loc 4th fl Nat Sci Mus, cor--ner
Geddes-Washtenaw. 764-0478.
Zen Buddhist Temple--Meditation svecs: 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

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Recruitment and Retention
Education," 4-5:30 pm, Mich I
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Hosp Info Svcs--MCMUG mtg
Center Education Programs an
Ford Amphi. Everyone welcon
Ecumenical Campus Ctr/Int
Report from the Middle East,'
$1.50-other), Intl Ctr. 662-552
Inst Gerontol/Educ/Sch Put
Cohen Symposium roundta
Rackham Bldg.
MHRI--See April 11.
Psych iatry/Psych ol/Evol
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"Phenomenology and Etiolog
Disorder and Post-Traumatic
Clinical Fac Ofc Bldg, Chaim
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' Couzens Hall Residence Sta
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