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THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: George Bedard and the
Kingpins,
Vintage blues and rockabilly.
Saturday: 66 Spy,
Latino/Caribbean sound.
THE ARK (761-1451)
Friday: RED Boys,
Bluegrass.
Saturday: Christine Lavin,
Folk.
Sunday: Free Hot Lunch,
Folk.
THE BEAT (663-7758)
Friday: The Folkminers,
Local rock 'n' roll.
Saturday: Frank Allison and the
Odd Sox,
Local rock 'n' roll.

BIRD OF PARADISE (662-
8310)
Friday & Saturday: Larry
Nozero Quartet,
Jazz.
THE BLIND PIG (996-8555)
Friday: Second Self,
Rock 'n' roll.
Saturday: First Annual Blind Pig
Blues Fest,
See story, Page 4.

NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436)
Friday: Top-40/Progressive Dance
Party.
Saturday: Top-40 Dance Party.
Sunday: Hi-NRG.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday & Saturday: Blue Front
Persuaders,
Local R&B.
Sunday: The Taj,
Local Reggae and calypso.
U-CLUB (763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party.
Saturday: Club Night.

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FRIDAY

B.B. KING - 7:30 p.m., Michi-
gan Theater
One of the leading blues guitarists
plays his thing. See story, Page 4.
UNIVERSITY BANDS - 8
p.m., Hill Auditorium
Both the University Symphony
and Concert Bands will perform

under the direction of Associate
Director of Bands Donald Schleicher.
SATURDAY
MEMOIRS OF AN EVERY-
DAY WAR - 7:30 p.m., East
Quad Auditorium
Personal stories of four people
forced to take extraordinary risks in
defense of their rights.

SUNDAY

RECITAL - 4:30 p.m., St.
Paul's Episcopal Church, 711 S.
Saginaw St
Harpist Lynne Aspnes, duo-
organists Brampton smith and John
McGovern, and tenor Steven
Kronour will perform.

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1,000 Airplanes will play at the Michigan Theater Saturday.

Independent study to trace develop-
ment of new music legend Mitch Easter
(producer of R.E.M., Game Theory,
Velvet Elvis) and his band Let's Active.
Aural examination of new Top 2 col-
lege radio record Every Dog Has His
_ay required. Class field trip made to
Let's Active's uocomina tour

Music
Blues legend B.B. King, set to sizzle at the Mich.
Films and Performances
Sci-fi theater set to the music of Philip Glass.
Cover Story
A first-person account of fraternity rush.
Mich-ellany
Interview: 'U' Prof. Buzz Alexander.1
The List
What's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend. 1

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IVETTE PERFECTO -
"POLITICAL PRISONERS
IN THE U.S." - 12 p.m.,
Guild House, 802 Monroe
Weekly, informal, lunchtime
presentation and discussion of topi-
cal campus issues. Bring your lunch
or eat vegetable soup and peanut
butter sandwiches ($1).
TRUE BLUE RALLY - 12
p.m., Diag
Wear blue and gold and get fired
up for a big win over Michigan
State! Sponsored by the Student
Alumni Council.
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF
PERESTROIKA - 3:30 p.m.,
CRED Conference Room, 361
Lorch Hall
Harry Magdoff of the Monthly
Review discusses Perestroika at a
Political Economy Seminar.
TONI MORRISON - "UN-
SPEAKABLE THINGS UN-
SPOKEN: AFRO-AMER-
ICAN PRESENCE IN AM-
ERICAN LITERATURE" -4
p.m., Rackham Lecture Hall
The University and the Depart-
ment of Philosophy presents
Pulitzer prize winner Toni Morrison
as part of the Tanner Lecture on
Human Values. Free to the public.

CONTROL SEMINAR - 4
p.m., EECS Room 1301
Dr. George Rizzoni presents a
lecture entitled, "Application of
Failure Detection Filters the
Diagnosis of Sensor and Actuator
Failures in Electronically Controlled
Engines."
OUTING CLUB MEETING -
6 p.m., Mason Hall Room 2439
The outing club is planning their
bike trip. For further information
contact John Ivanko at 665-1330.
GRADS AND PROFES-
SIONALS VEGGIE SHAB-
BAT POTLUCK DINNER -
7:30 p.m., Lawyer's Club in the
Law Quad
All are invited to the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation's first potluck of
the year. Call 769-0500 for more
information.
CINEMA SERIES -
"WALLSTREET" - 8 p.m.
The entertaining, yet thought pro-
voking cinema series presents
"Wallstreet," a timely box-office
blockbuster about a professional area
many University graduates will
someday enter. Free. Intermission
and discussion afterwards if anyone
is so inclined.

SATURDAY
OPEN SAILING - 9 a.m.,
Baseline lake
TheUniversity Sailing Club has
open sailing every Saturday. Call
426-4299 for further information.
SYMPOSIUM ON THE
TANNER LECTURE - 9:30
a.m., MLB Auditorium 4
Toni Morrison, Amiri Baraka,
Hazel V. Carby, and Eric Foner hold
a symposium on Friday's Tanner
Lecture. Free to the public.
SUNDAY
CROP WALK - 1:30 p.m.,
West Side United Methodist Church,
900 S. 7th
Help the Interfaith Council for
Peace and Justice raise money for the
hungry.
SHEILA TOBIAS- "THE
PEOPLE'S GUIDE TO NA-
TIONAL DEFENSE" - 7:30
p.m., St. Aidan's/ Northside
Church, 1679 Broadway (near north
campus)
Women's Action for Disarm-
ament and Physicians for Social
Responsibility present this
slideshow and talk that objectively,
unflinchingly examine the military
industrial complex. Call 761-1718
for further information.

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Book by
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Professors John Leckie & Mitch Easter-Producers.
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EDITOR .. ...... ...................................Stephen aGregory
ASSOCIATE EDITOR......................Brian Bonet
BUSINESS MANAGER..........................................Jein Kim
SALES MANAGER ...............................................Jackie Miller

Co-choreographed
Directed and choreographed by Tim Milett, Zac
Music directed by4J
Production based on orig
October 13,14,
October 16
Mendelssohn
Tickets are $10 and $7; stu
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Cover Photo by Robin Loznak

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