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Cassini
Continued from Page 7
"The four of us are practically
married to each other," Madison said.
"We're like a family. There is a
chemistry between us that is very
important to the music itself."
"We always know what the others
are going to do in a performance,"
added Conway. "That comes from
working with the same people over
and over again. That's how you ma-
ture as a performing group."
Named after a 19th century Italian
violin maker, the Cassini Ensemble
has in .the past included as many as
21 musicians. Madison and Conway,
however, prefer the intimacy of a
quartet. They believe this close
interaction between performers has
much to do with the recent popular-
ity of chamber music.
"We don't want the group to get
too big," Madison said. "People like
our music because they feel they are
really part of the performance. Sym-
bhony orchestras just don't project
that interaction to the same extent.
"In a symphony, the musicians
and conductor are on stage, dressed in

tuxedos and black gowns. I think
some people are put off by that atti-
tude, that separation between the
performers and the audience. If it
were up to us, we'd wear jeans to
our performances."
Conway thinks the popularity of
chamber music can be explained in
part by the waning mystique of the
conductor. "People are realizing that,
even though there have been great
conductors and great interpreters of

near and dear to me," Conway said,
referring to something he had heard
on the radio the day before that re-
sembled Pachabel's "Canon."
"Classical music is not the type
of music you listen to while clean-
ing the house," added Madison. "It
requires more thought than that."
The Cassini Ensemble plays
pieces mostly from the late classical,
romantic, and contemporary periods,
and has a well-deserved reputation for
its interpretation of the music of

"In a symphony, the musicians and conductor are on
stage, dressed in tuxedos and black gowns. I think
some people are put off by that attitude, that separation
between the performers and the audience. If it were up
to us, we'd wear jeans to our performances."
-John Madison, Cassini Ensemble violinist

Madison likes jazz and New Age
music, but is not particularly happy
with the way the recording industry
has revolutionized these and other
musical genres. "No matter how ad-
vanced recording technology be-
comes, it will never duplicate the
energy of a live performance," he
said. "What makes the music excit-
ing is being able to hear the surface
noise, the sound of the bow being
pulled across strings."
The Cassini Ensemble has re-
leased no commercial albums, but
they do record each performance for
their own review. On the subject of
studio recording, which he considers
a "necessary evil" of the music
business, Conway is particularly
vocal.
"Modern video and audio technol-
ogy is creating a society of in-
valids," he said. "Appreciating music
requires a focused concentration on
the live event. I believe in active
participation."
And active participation in the
world of music is what the Cassini
Ensemble is all about.
"We love working together, and
we love what we do," said Madison.
"We never want to get to the point
where we view this as only a job."

Monday, October 24, 8:30 p.m., Jean Paul
(allery, North Campus

Slusser

Pozzi's Performance Art
This week the Institute for the Humanities and the School of Art
sponsors Lucio Pozzi, as part of the Artist-in Residence program.

Relentless Waltz - Music by Todd Levin, words by Lucio Pozzi
Pozzi reads his compositions to the background of
'transcendental waltz."

a

rhere will be a reception immediately following the performance.
+Tuesday, October 25, 7 p.m., Chrysler Auditorium, North
Campus

music, it is still the musicians who
are really doing most of the work."
While both musicians appreciate
their growing circle of fans, they
lament the tendency of some new
converts to mistakenly identify clas-
sical music with that indefensible
genre, muzak.
"I get furious when I hear a bas-
tardized version of some song that is

Brahms. But both Conway and
Madison are open to a wide variety
of music types, if not as performers,
then as listeners.
"I find that listening to raucous
rock and roll chills me out the
most," Conway said. "A lot of times
I need that kind of energy to be able
to focus and relax before our perfor-
mances. It cleanses my palate."

What to do with One's Imagination in this Day and Age -
lecture

A slide

Pozzi presents his own artistic methodology.

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The Calendar
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The calendar combines meeting, lecture, workshop, 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 5 p.m. the
Tuesday before publication. Address all information to: Marcia Bennett, publications
assistant, University Record, 412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) denotes events to which
admission is charged.
MONDAY
OCTOBER 24
Integrity.-Lesbian-gay male community open house, 8:45 pm, Canterbury
House, 218 N Division. 665-0606.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Mtg, 6:30-8:15 pm, 2275 CCRB. Begins welcome 662-
8637.
Archery--Mtg, 7-10 pm, Coliseum (corner of Fifth & Hill). 764-4084.
Tau Beta Pi/Eta Kappa Nu--Math & Sci Tutoring, 8-10 pm, UGLI Rm 307
764-6250.
Nat Resources--Coffee & cookies, 3:30-4 pm; Sem, S Kohler, "Predation Risk
& the Foraging Behavior of Competing Stream Insects," 4-5 pm, 1046 Dana.
668-7123.
CRLT--Wkshp, "Lecturing & Explaining," 6:30-9:30 pm, 109 E Madison 764-
0505.
Computing Ctr--Courses in 3001 SEB: Beginning Microsoft Word (IBM PC &
Compatibles), 8:30 am-12:30 pm; MTS Basic Skills, 1-4 pm; dBASE III, 1-5
pm; In 4212 SEB: Computer Networking Tech, 1-3 pm; In 4003 SEB,
Monday Programmers' Sem, 7-9 pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
U-M-Dearborn--Film, The Hitcher, 7:30 pm, Rec & Organiz Ctr 593-5390.
Guild House--Writers Series, 8 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189.
*HRD--Wkshp, "Self-Assessment & Career Exploration," 1-4:30 pm; "Effective
Business Writing," 2-4 pm; "Preparing For Retirement," (Faculty), 6-9 pm,
1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-7410.
*ICLE--Course, "Handling the Nonmedical Professional Malpractice Case," 1:30-5
pm, 1020 Greene St. Reg req. 764-0533.
Ctr N East & N Afr Stds--Brown-Bag Lec, M R Ghanoonparvar, "Klidar: A
Modern Epic," noon, Lane Hall Commons; Sem, J Cole, "Censorship &
Interpretation in Viceregal-Ottoman Egypt," 4 pm, Rackham W Conf Rm 4th
fl. 764-0350.
*Turner Clinic--Lec, M Evangelista, "Political Structure of Modern USSR,
Including Soviet-Western Relations," 10-11:30 am, Kellogg Aud. Reg req.
764-2556.
Faculty Women's--Drop-In Lunch, noon, Mich Union Univ Club. 764-2539.
LSA--Lec & recep, C Gans, "From Lancelet to Giraffe Patterns of Change," 8 pm,
Rackham Amphi. 764-0322.
Linguistics & Psychol--Lec, R Diaz, "The International Power of
Bilingualism," noon, 3050 Frieze. 764-0353.
MedSport--Intro session, "Smokeless," 7 pm, Med Sport. 763-7402.
Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Ctr--Panel Discuss,
"Connections Between Racism & Sexism," 7:30 pm, Mich Union Anderson
Rm 763-5865.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Prayer, study & fellowship, 7:30 pm, 1511
Washtenaw. 663-5560.
Career Plan & Place--Employer Presentation: Recruit USA, 3-7 pm, Mich
Union Welker Rm; Sem, "Choosing Your Major," 4:10-5 pm, CP&P;
Employer Presentation: Strategic Planning Associates, 7:30-9:30 pm, Mich
Union Kuenzel Rm. 764-7460.
Macromolecular Research--Colloquium, R Bloodworth, "Synthesis & Solution
Properties Of Substituted Oligo-L-Prolines, An Investigation Of Polyproline
Mutarotation," 3 pm, Chem Rm 1300
TUESDAY
OCTOBER 25
Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LAGROC)--Mtg, 8 pm,
3100 Mich Union. 763-4186.
Zen Buddhist Temple--Chanting svc, 7-8 pm, 1214 Packard Rd. 761-6520.
Tau Beta P/Eta Kappa Nu--See Oct 24.
Archery--See Oct 24.
TARDAA--Mtg, 8 pm, 296 Dennison. 763-0800.
CRLT--Wkshp, "Getting Students to Think," 3-5:30 pm, 109 E Madison Reg req.
764-0505.
Computing Ctr--Courses in 3001 SEB: Lotus 1-2-3 Basic Skills, 8:30 am-
12:30 pm; Beginning Microsoft Word (Macintosh), 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
Using an IBM PC-Compatible as a UMnet Terminal, 1-3 pm; In 4003 SEB:
Tell-A-Graf Pie & Bar Charts, 7-9 pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
U-M-Dearborn--Film, Fatal Attraction, 7:30 pm, Rec & Organiz Ctr 593-5390.
Engr--Lec, "Technology & Medicine," 3:30-5 pm, 1005 Dow Bldg 764-8482.
EECS--Sem, S Bartlett, "Dynamic Vision," 4-5 pm, EECS Rm 1303 763-9074.
*U-M Flint--Play, Greater Tuna, 8 pm, U-M Flint Thtre. 762-3431.
Guild House--Solidarity Lec, "Paradox of Social Democracy," 7:30 pm, 802
Monroe. 662-5189.
*HRD--Wkshps, "Grammar-A Modern Review," 8:30 am-noon; "Conflict
Management: Principles & Practices," 1-4:30 pm; "Teambuilding," 8:30 am-
noon; "Confidence & Self-Esteem," 1-4:30 pm, 1111 Kipke Dr. 764-7410.
Intergroup Relations--Wkshp, "Racial & Ethnic Minorities at U of M," 8-10
pm, A Lloyd Hall Red Carpet Lounge. 936-1875.
M-CARE--Open house, 5-7 pm, 650 Griswold. 936-9538.
Sch Music--Concert, Univ Symph Orchestra, 8 pm, Hill Aud. 763-4726.
Soc Women Engr--Pre-Interviews, Schlumberger, 6-8 pm, 1500 EECS 763-
5027.
Linguistics & Psychol--Lec, R Diaz, "The Self-Regulatory Function of
Preschoolers' Private Speech," 4 pm, ISR 6th Fl. 764-0353.
Turner Clinic--Mtg, M Prince, "Living Alone Creatively," 1:30-3:30 pm,
Kellogg Aud. 764-2556.
Ecumenical Camp Ctr/IntI Ctr--Lunch & forum, T Thwin, "Students
Movement in Burma," noon, 603 E Madison. 662-5529.
Women's Crisis Ctr--Fundraising Phone-A-Thon, 5:30-9:30 pm, N Ingalls
Bldg. Reg req. 761-9475.
Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Ctr--Film & Discuss, Men's
Lives, 7:30 pm, Mich Union Anderson Rm. 763-5865.
Pharmacy--Lec, R Berardi, "H2 Receptor Antagonists: A Clinical Comparison,"
7:30-9:30 pm, CC Little Rm 3554. 764-8053.

WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER 26
*Zen Buddhist Temple--Yoga & breathing class, 9:30-11 am, 1214 Packard
Rd. 761-6520.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church--Bible study, 6:30-7:30 pm; Worship, 7:30-
8 pm; Choir, 8-9 pm, 801 S Forest. 668-7622.
Tau Beta P/Eta Kappa Nu--See Oct 24.
Tae Kwon Do Club--Mtg, 6:30-8:15 pm, 2275 CCRB. Begins welcome 662-
8637.
Guild House--Faculty Brown-Bag Lunch, noon; Beans & Rice Dinner, 6 pm, 802
Monroe St. 662-5189.
Counsel Svcs--Dissertation support grp, 8:30 am, Mich Union Rm 3100 764-
8312.
Bloeng--Sem, J Stein, "Models For Prosthetic Design," 4-5 pm, 1017 Dow Bldg.
*CEW--Wkshp, "Career Decision Making: The Step Before The Job Search," 7-
9:30 pm, CEW. Reg req. 763-7080.
U-M-Dearborn--Film, Poltergeist III, 7:30 pm, Rec & Organiz Ctr 593-5390.
U-M Flint--Bring or buy lunch for top 40's music, "Suave," 11:30 am-1:30 pm,
Univ Ctr Brewery; *Concert, Univ Commun Orchestra & Symph Band, 7:30
pm, U-M Flint Thtre. 762-3431.
*HRD--Wkshps, "Communication Skills For The New Supervisor," 8:30 am-
noon; "Stress Management For Office Staff," 1-4:30 pm; "Using The Myers-
Briggs Type Indicator," 1:15-4:30 pm, 1111 Kipke Dr. "Financial Survival,"
noon-1 pm, Mich League Conf Rm 6. Reg req. 764-7410.
Intergroup Relations--Film/Discuss, Mako, 4-6 pm, Mason Hall Rm 447 936-
1875.
Intl Ctr--Std Abroad Wkshp, 4-5 pm, Intl Ctr. Reg req. 764-9310.
Sch Music--Lec, B Kinderman, 8 pm, Recital Hall. 763-4726.
Psychiatry--Grand Rounds, Case Presentations by Residents, 10:30 am, Child &
Adoles Psych Hosp Aud. 764-9527.
Ctr Russian & E Europ Stds.-Brown-Bag Lec, Y Posky, "Restructuring &
Openness in Soviet TV," noon, Lane Hall Commons. 764-0351.
Soc Women Engr--Pre-Interviews, Caterpillar Industrial, 5:15-7:15 pm, 1311
EECS. 763-5027.
Dept Rec Sports--Rockclimbing Pre-trip Mtg, 7-10 pm, NCRB Conf Rm 763-
4560.
*Turner Clinic--Senior Health Fair, 1-4 pm, 1010 Wall St; Health talks, J
Collins & N Mercer, "Reducing Cholesterol" 1:30-2:30 pm & M Solsky,
"Diagnosing Your Aches & Pains," 3-4 pm, Kellogg Eye Ctr Aud 764-2556.
*Univ Musical Soc--Lec, S Nisbett, "After Images: Writing About the
Dance," 7 pm, Rackham Amphi; "Royal Ballet of Flanders," 8 pm, Power Ctr,
764-2538.
MedSport--Wkshp on body conditioning, 7 pm, MedSport Fitness Ctr 763-
7402.
Women's Crisis Ctr--See Oct 25.
Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Ctr/Disabled Sdt Svcs--Film
& Discuss, Breaking The Silence: Rape & People With Physical
Disabilities," noon, Mich League Mich Rm. 763-5865.
Intl Progs--Coord For Circumnavigators Club Mtg, N Chalat, 7 pm, Rackham W
Conf Rm. 764-4311.
Men's Camp Club--Social for gay & bisexual male sdts, 9-11 pm, E Law Quad
Cook Rm. 763-4186.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Holden Village Vespers', 9 pm, 1511 Washtenaw 663-
5560.
Career Plan & Place--MBA Progs: Prep & App, 4:10-5 pm, CP&P; Employer
Presentation: The Rand Corp, 4-5 pm, CP&P Conf Rm. 764-7460.
Sdt Woodshop--%1*Wkshp, A McViccar, "How To Make Kaleidoscopes Of
Wood," 7-10 pm; "Safety Class For New Shop Users Pt 1," 3-5 pm, SAB 763-
4025.
Chem--Sems, S Weber, "Bioanalytical Chemistry: Using Chemistry &
Photochemistry to Increase Selectivity," 4 pm, Chem Rm 1200; P McDougal,
"Asymmetric Synthesis Via Carbanions," 4 pm, Chem Rm 1300.
Mich Sdts Objectivism--Discuss, "Hierarchical Relationships Of The
Fundamentals Of Objectivism," & Taped Lec, L Peikoff, 7:30 pm, Mich Union
Crofoot Rm. 996-4141.
Medicinal Chem--Lec, A Albert, "The Selectivity Of Drugs," 3-4 pm, C C Little
Rm 3554.
Christian Fac & Staff Fellowship-.Discuss & prayer, noon, Mich League
Rm 6. 662-6889.
Biol/Ofc Minor Affrs--Sem, J Graves, "Adult Density Effects On Drosophila
Melanogaster Selected For Postponed Senescience: The Longevity-Flight
Correlation," 4 pm, MLB Lec Rm 11.
THURSDAY
OCTOBER 27
United Coalition Against Racism--Mtg, 6 pm, Mich Union. 936-1809.
*Zen Buddhist Temple--Intro Meditation Course, 6:30-8:30 pm, 1214 Packard
Rd. Reg req. 761-6520.
Archery--See Oct 24.
Tau Beta Pi/Eta Kappa Nu--See Oct 24.
*Mich League--Belgium & Netherlands, 4:30-7:30 pm, League Buffet.
Ctr Japanese Stds--Brown-Bag Lec, P Berry, "Manga Utopias: Private
Fantasies In Public Places," noon, Lane Hall Commons. 764-6307.
Arch & Urban Plan--Lec, J Valerio, "Ambiguity," 8 pm, Chrysler Aud 764-
1315.
Mus Art/Friends UMMA/Hist Art--Lec, G Goldner, "Formation of The
Collect of Drawings at The J Paul Getty Mus The Early Years," 7:30 pm, Hale
Aud.
Computing Ctr--Courses in 4212 SEB: MS-DOS Basic Skills Lec/Demo, 10:30
am-noon; Intro to Computing, 1-3 pm; In 3001 SEB: MS-DOS for Hard Disk
Users, 1-3 pm; Tell-A-.Graf Special Topics, 7-9 pm. Reg req 763-7630.
U-M-Dearborn--See Oct 26.
Evolution & Human Behav--Sem, C FitzGibbon, "The Evolution of Group
Living: The Overriding Importance of Predation," 4 pm, Rackham E Lec Rm
936-2526.
U-M Flint--Mckinnon Plaza Dedication, 10:45 am, Univ Ctr Courtyd; Bring or
buy lunch for Halloween Special, 11:30 am-12:30 pm; *Film, Dirty Dancing,
7 & 9:15 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva. 762-3431.
*HRD--Wkshp, "Dealing With Troubled Employees," 9 am-noon; "Success As A
Leader," 8:30 am-noon; "Preparing For Retirement" (Staff), 1:30-4:30 pm,
1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-7410.

Career Plan & Place--Wkshp, "Sharpening Your Interview Skills," 1:10-2 pm,
CP&P; Employer Presentation: Bain & Company, 7-9 pm, Mich Union
Anderson Rm; Employer Presentation: The May Company, 7-8:30 pm, Mich
Union Pendleton Rm. 764-7460.
*Brecht Co--Preview to Play, Drums In The Night, 8 pm, 701 E Univ St. 995-
0532.
Sdt Woodshop--"Safety Class For New Shop Users Pt 11, 3-5 pm, SAB 763-
4025.
Chem--Sem, W Hehre, "The Impact Of Computers On The Development Of
Chemical Sciences," 4 pm, Chem Rm 1200.
Canterbury House/Hillel--Lec, S Scholnick, "Conversations On The Book Of
Job," 8 pm, MLB Aud 2. 665-0606.
WCBN--Publicity Mtg, 7:30 pm, Basement SAB. 668-8397.
Medicinal Chem--Lec, A Albert, "The Selectivity Of Drugs," 3-5 pm, C C Little
Rm 3554.
Arts & Prog--Piano music, K Walwyn, 12:15 pm, Mich Union Pendleton Rm.
UAC--*Band, "Holy Cows," 10 pm, Univ Club; Dance Wkshp, 7-8:30 pm, Mich
Union Anderson Rm. 763-1107.
Romance Lang--Reg for Colloquium, 1-4 pm, Rackham Assembly Hall; 3-day
Colloquium begs, Nineteenth Century French Stds, 1:30 pm, Rackham 4th Fl.
764-5386.
Friends Of Siddha Yoga--Intro Siddha Meditation Prog, 7:30-9 pm, 615 E
Huron. 994-8840
FRIDAY
OCTOBER 28
Ctr Japanese Stds--Film, Early Spring, 7 pm, Lorch Hall Aud.
Tae Kwon Do Club--Mtg, 6-8 pm, 1200 CCRB. Begins welcome. 662-8637.
*AAFC--Films, The Parallax View, 7 pm; The President's Analyst, 9 pm, MLB
Aud 3. 769-7787.
CSSEAS--Brown-Bag Lec,'R Baier, "May I Have This Trance, A Sundanese
Musician Glosses Musical Tuning," noon, Lane Hall Commons.
Computing Ctr--Courses in 3001 SEB: Macintosh Basic Skills, 9 am-noon;
MTS Basic Skills, 9 am-noon; dBASE III Plus, 1-5 pm; Courses in 4212 SEB:
Basic Concepts of Database Management,.0 am-noon; Basic Concepts of
Spreadsheeting, 1-3 pm. Reg req. 763-7630.
U-M-Dearborn--British Film, Kind Hearts & Coronets, 8 pm, Admin Bldg
Classrm 138. 593-5000.
Evolution Psychol/Psychiatry--3-Day Conf begs, 8:30 am, Bus Admin
Bldg. Reg req. 936-2526.
*U-M-Flint--Film, Dirty Dancing, 7 & 9:15 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva 762-3431.
Guild House--Forum, K Richards, "Altered Perspectives on the Racial Question,"
noon, 802 Monroe. 662-5189.
Hosp Arts Prog--Arts Choral Concert, 12:30 pm, Hosp Lobby 1st fl 936-
ARTS.
*HRD--Wkshps, "Editing Techniques," 1:30-3:30 pm; "Travel Office Policies &
Procedures," 8:30 am-noon, 1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-7410.
Dance Dept--Observ dance class, 2:30-4 pm; *Lec/Perform, M Bo'ers, 8 pm,
Dance Bldg Studio A Thtre. 763-5460.
*Sch Music--Play, Univ Players, Talk Radio, 8 pm, Trueblood 764-0450. Early
Music Concert, E Parmentier, 8 pm, Blanche Anderson Moore Hall. 763-
4726. *Concert, Symph, Jazz & March Band, 8 pm, Hill Aud 763-2556.
Nuclear Engr--Refreshments, 3:30 pm; Colloquium, F C Difilippo,
"Determination of Kinetic Parameters Using Stochastic Methods In A
252CfDriven System," 3:45 pm, Cooley Bldg White Aud. 764-4260.
Vision Training Prog--Sem, S Miller, "Bovine Pigment Epithelium: Apical &
Basolateral Membrane Transport," noon-1:15 pm, 2055 MHRI 764-0573.
Ctr N East & N Afr Stds--Colloquium, N Micklewright, "Images of Istanbul:
19th Century Ottoman Painting & Photography," 3:30 pm, 270 Tappan Hall.
764-0350.
Ctr S & SE Asian Stds--Brown-Bag Lunch Lec, D Basu, "The Many Narratives
of Mallabir: A Life History Of A Calcutta Gangster," 12:10-1 pm, Lane Hall
Commons. 767-2082.
Women's Crisis Ctr--See Oct 25.
Anthropol--Colloquium, A K Ramanujan, "On South Indian Women's Tales," 4
pm, 4560 LSA.
Univ Lutheran Chapel--Halloween Party, 7:30 pm, 1511 Washtenaw 663-
5560.
*Brecht Co--Play, Drums In The Night, 8 pm, 701 E Univ St. 995-0532.
Black Med Sdts--Lec, S Gary-Smith, "Toward Health & Empowerment: Black
Women's Health Issues Are Community Issues," 7 pm, Ford Amphi.
Women's Athletics--Hockey, 3:30 pm, football bldg or adjacent field 763-
5668.
Medicinal Chem--Lec, A Albert, "The Selectivity Of Drugs," 3-4 pm, C C Little
Rm 3554.
EECS--Sem, L Zaremba, "Mutual Interrelations & Possible Applications Of
Differential Games To Various Modern Control Theory Problems," 4 pm EECS
Rm 1311
SA TUJRDAY
OCTOBER 29
*Exhibit Mus Planetarium--Shows: "Star Talk," 11:30 am; "Voyager 2 at
Uranus," 2 & 3 pm, Mich Exhib Mus 4th fl, corner Geddes-Washtenaw.
*Ofc Major Events--Concert, R Thompson & Band & L Wainwright, 8 pm,
Power Ctr. 763-TKTS.
*Sch Music--Play, Univ Players, Talk Radio, 8 pm, Trueblood 764-0450.
Sdt Women's Initiative--Conf, noon-5 pm, 126 E Quad. 994-3577.
*Dept Rec Sports--Rockclimbing trip, 7:30 am-6 pm, NCRB Conf Rm 763-
4560.
*Univ Music Soc--Concert, "Leonard Bernstein & The Vienna Philharmonic
Orchestra," 8 pm, Hill Aud. 764-2538.
*AAFC.-Films, The Magician, 7 pm; Through A Glass Darkly, 8:45 pm, Nat Sci
Aud. 769-7787.
*Brecht Co--See Oct 28.
*Women's Athletics--Hockey, 1 pm, football bldg or adjacent field 763-5668.
Sch Art--Open recep for photo exhib by P Davis & sdts, 4-6 pm, Sch Art Slusser
Gallery. 764-0397.
UAC--College Bowl Tournament, 11 am-6 pm, N Camp Commons. 763-1107
SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
Zen Buddhist Temple--Korean svc, 11 am-12:30 pm; Meditation svc, 5-7 pm,
1214 Packard Rd. 761-6520.
*Exhibit Mus Planetarium--Show: "Voyager 2 at Uranus," 2 & 3 pm, Mich
Exhib Mus 4th fl, corner Geddes-Washtenaw. 764-0478.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church--Worship, 10 am, 801 S Forest 668-7622.
SUNDAY
OCTOBER 30
Canterbury House--Worship, 5 pm; Supper, 6 pm; Discuss, E Meyer, "Spiritual
Journeys," 7 pm, 218 N Division. 665-0606.
*U-M-Dearborn--Violin Perform, G Taylor, 7:30 pm, Henry Ford Estate-Fair

Lane, 563-4399. *Tour, "Devil's Night Rendezvous," 6-9 pm, Main Entrance

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