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SEPTEMBER 23, 1988

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THE APARTMENT
LOUNGE (769-4060)
Friday: Robert Penn Blues Band,
Blues and Motown favorites
Saturday: The Conquerroot Blues
Band,
Traditional and original blues
THE ARK (761-1451)
Friday: RFD Boys,
Local bluegrass
Saturday: Guy Clark,
Country
BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310)
Friday & Saturday: Suzanne

Lane and the Larry Manderville
Trio,
Jazz
THE BLIND PIG (996-8555)
Friday: The Difference,
Local rock
Saturday: Blue Front Persuaders,
Local R&B

THE EARLE
Friday &
Burgess Trio,
Jazz

(994-0211)
Saturday:' Rick

NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436)
Friday: Top-40 Progressive Dance
Party
Saturday: Top-40 Dance Party
Sunday: Hi-NRG Dance Party
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday & Saturday: The
Samaritans,
Reggae
U-CLUB (763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party
Saturday: Club Night
SATURDAY
TWO SINGING SESSIONS
- 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m., Rudolf Steiner Institute,
1932 Geddes.
Dina Soresi Winter covers a wide
range of music from songs for kids
to opera. Brown bag lunching is
suggested, and cider and tea will be
provided.

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FRIDAY
BAIRD CARILLON
RECITAL - 7 p.m., Burton
Memorial Tower.
University Carillonneur Margo
Halsted and organist Phillip
Burgess perform.

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EARLY MUSIC CONCERT
- 8 p.m., School of Music Recital
Hall.
The three sonatas of Johann Sebas-
tian Bach for viola da gamba and
harpsichord will be presented in a
faculty recital.

OPEN 24 HOURS
540 E. Liberty
761-4539

OPEN 7
Michigax
662-1

Eight Men Out is just one of a slew offilms coming this fall.

Record Reviews
Motley Crie, move over. Slayer's going to kill you.
Film
Autumn's a great time for falling leaves, celluloid.
Cover Story
Photo essay: a look at an Ann Arbor housing project.
Mich-ellany
Sheala Durant's debut column.
The List
What's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend. 4

FRIDAY
"WORKFORCE 90" - 8 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m., Washtenaw Commu-
nity College, 4800 E. Huron Drive.
Two hundred Washtenaw County
leaders from the fields of business,
education, labor and government
address the question: How can edu-
cational, business, labor and gov-
ernmental leaders best work to-
gether to provide the skilled work-
force needed by Washtenaw County
employers to be competitive in an
international marketplace in the
1990s? Call 763-9757 for more in-
formation.
CONTROL SEMINAR - 4
p.m., ECS Room 1301.
Professor S. Lafortune presents a
lecture entitled "On Controllable
Languages in Supervisory Control
of Discrete Event Systems."
"THE INDISPENSABILITY
INTERVIEW,from Page 12
you could do.
R: Right, you're absolutely
right, and that holds true for a lot of
things. There's very little power
here. I think the greatest amount of
power I have as representative for
Minority Student Services is
knowing who to go to, knowing
who to use as a resource. We want
to make it easier for the students to
get to those who will do something
for them. This is such a huge place;
it's always better when you can
say, "Hey, that's over there." I
know a senior who didn't know that
a lot of these resources existed until
this year. So I say, boy, that really
opens my eyes to fact that although
we're around, a lot of people don't
know were around, and the same
thing holds true for a lot of the re-

OF SIN" - 4 p.m., MLB Lec-
ture Room 1.
The Department of Philosophy and
the University present a lecture by
Graeme Forbes of Tulane Univer-
sity.
VIDEO AND GAMES
NIGHT - 7:30 p.m, University
Lutheran Chapel, 1511 Washtenaw.
SATURDAY
"A CONFERENCE ON IN-
CINERATION"- 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Wayne County Intermediate
School District Auditorium, 33500
Van Born Road, Wayne.
A major, solid waste recycling
community policy conference will
be held to discuss the environmen-
tal threats posed by the Detroit in-
cinerator. Admission is free. Call
567-6165 for more information.
THIRD ANNUAL TROTTER

HOUSE MINORITY STU-
DENT PICNIC - 3 to 8 p.m.,
William Monroe Trotter House,
1443 Washtenaw.
Games will be available, and ham-
burgers, hot dogs, and other picnic
foods will be served. There is no
charge to attend.
SUNDAY
"EXPLORE YOUR WORLD"
TRAVEL EXPOSITION - 1
p.m. to 4 p.m., Plymouth Road
Mall.
"ELECTION '88: CON-
GRESSIONAL CANDI-
DATE(S) FORUM" -
7:30 p.m., St. Aidan's/Northside
Church, 1679 Broadway.
Women's Action for Nuclear Dis-
armament presents a forum with
Senator Lana Pollack and possibly
Representative Carl Pursell. Call
761-1718 for more information.
MICHIGAN VIDEO YEAR-
BOOK MASS MEETING -
7 p.m., Anderson Room, Union.

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EDITOR........................................................Stephen Gregory
ASSOCIATE EDITOR ............................................Brian Bonet
BUSINESS MANAGER..............................................Jein Kim
SALES MANAGER ..............................................Jackie Miller

sources on this campus.
One of my biggest concerns for
Black students on this campus is
for them to become good con-
sumers. And I consider every stu-;
dents on this campus to be a con-
sumer, and those who are successful
are the greatest consumers.
W: When you say, "consumers"
what do you mean?j
R: You're paying. You're pay-
ing for your education. Some peo-
ple come here and take whatever's
in front of them, but the most suc-
cessful student is taking advantage
of every resource that is available
on this campus. It is amazing to
watch some students take advantage
of the resources, and you see others
sit back. I'm really into students
being good consumers and taking,
advantage of all the resources on
this campus.

DURANT,from Page 13
poorly managed school systems,
and boycott crack houses.
Just because the situation doesn't
have a direct impact on you doesn't
mean that it won't later on. As one
person put it to me, "Do you buy a
fire alarm after a fire comes in your
house?"
Oh yeah, don't forget to pray a
lot.
You know, Lincoln allegedly
freed the slaves. That was ourfirst
liberation, but education has al-
lowed many of us to advance from
sharecropping and cleaning white
people's houses to getting educa-
tions. Hence, education is our sec-
ond liberation, and we should work
to see that all Blacks are "liberated."

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