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REBEL WITHOUT A
CAUSE (Nicholas Ray, 1955)
Aud A 7:30
James Dean is the angry young
man who was a symbol of the '50s
and has continued to be so. The
film co-stars Natalie Wood, Sal
Mineo, and Dennis Hopper.
RACING WITH THE
MOON (Richard Benjamin, 1984)
Aud A 9:30
War in never easy, especially
when you are in love and about to
enter the service. Sean Penn and

Nicholas Cage star as the high
school friends who are soon to go
overseas in 1942.
SUNDAY
BLOOD SIMPLE (Joel Coen,
1983) MLB 4 8:30
One of the more original films
of the past few years. From the
same people that brought you
Raising Arizona, this earlier film is
about a murder in a rural Texas
community, which wreaks havoc

on everyone still alive.
VOYAGE TO ITALY
(Roberto Rosellini, 1954) MLB 4
7:00
A failing marriage between Ingrid
Bergman and George Sanders is
rekindled when they are touched by
another couple that existed long
ago. Shows you what a trip to Italy
can do for you.
L'AVVENTURA (M. Anto-
nioni, 1960) MLB 4 8:30
Decadence among Italy's postwar
upper class. Started new trends in
Italian cinema, an is among Anto-
nioni's more important works.
-Mark Shaiman

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THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: Private Sector (5:30-8:30
p.m.) and Tradewinds,
Local blues, rock.
Saturday: The Suspects,
Detroit area R&B band.
THE ARK (761-1451)
Friday: Ossian,
Scottish folk music.
Saturday: Richard Thompson,
English folk rock.
Loudon Wainwright,
Humorous folk.
Sunday: Patty Larkin,
Love songs.

BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Sunday: Betty Carter,
World's greatest singer.
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday & Saturday: Tracy Lee
and the Leonards,
Local rock.
Sunday: The Gay '90s.
THE EARLE (994-0211)
Friday & Saturday: Rick
Burgess Trio,
Jazz.
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE

(996-9080)
Friday & Sunday: Ken Sevara.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436)
Friday: Top 40/Progressive Party.
Saturday: Top 40 Dance Party.
Sunday: Hi-NRG.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday & Saturday: Trinidad
Tripoli Steel Band,
Sultry, high energy calypso and
reggae.
Sunday: No Right, No Wrong,
Rock.
U-CLUB (763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party.
Saturday: Club Night.

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No need to make reservations; Norman's here. See Page 5.

The University Players present
TALK RADIO
by Eric Bogosian
"Tak Radio does not waste words or tme. Though the background
is radio, the eveningbecomesvisual and viceral
- MWGussow, New York Times 1987
l s- C cTruebId Theatre
October 20,21, 22, 27, 28,29 at 8 pm,
October 23,-30 at 2 pm
Generai admission $7; students $5 with ID at
The League Ticket Office in the Michigan League
Charge your tickets by phone 764-0450

Record Reviews
William Ackerman is as good as granola.
Film
Beware scary celluloid afoot this Halloween.
Cover Story
The controversy surrounding human sociobiology.
Restaurant
Metzger's Black Forest Inn: Ausgezeichnet! 1 2
The List
What's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend. 1 4
EDITOR ... ...... .............................Stephen Gregory
ASSOCIATE EDITOR..................................Brian Bonet
BUSINESS MANAGER............................................Jein Kin
SALES MANAGER...................... .Jackie Miller
SPECIAL SECTIONS COORDINATOR.........Lisa George

FRIDAY
MARTHA BOWERS AND
HANK SMITH - Master class
(for observation only), Dance
Building Studio A Theater, 2:30-4
p.m. Lecture/performance ($4 Ad-
mission), Dance Studio A Theater,
8 p.m. All tickets sold at door.

SCHOOL OF MUSIC
EARLY MUSIC CONCERT
SERIES -- Prof. Edward
Parmentier performs music for
harpsichord. Blanche Anderson
Moore Hall, 8 p.m. Admission
free.

SATURDAY
"THE COLOR IS RED" -
Featuring Chicago's Chi-Town Jazz
Dance. Detroit Institute of Arts
Youtheatre, 11 a.m. General
admission $4.
CELLIST GIVES MASTER
CLASS - Karen Buranskas in-
structs, School of Music Recital
Hall, 1 p.m.

FRIDAY
PSI CHI MOVIE NIGHT -
Psychology Honors Society Movie
Night and Pizza. "Mosquito Coast,"
7 p.m. "Harold and Maude," 9
p.m., Ostafin Rm., West Quad.
"THE CASE OF THE
PUERTO RICO - HART-
FORD 15" - Forum, Castro and
Yvonne Melendez, Guild house,
802 Monroe, noon.
"iTHE COLOR PURPLE" -
Guild House, '8p.m. Free Adms-
sion.
POLE SCI INFORMAL
MIXER --- For Poli Sci Faculty
and interested students, Poli Sci
Lounge, 6th floor Haven Hall, 4
p.m.
POUND HOUSE BOOK
SALE - At Border's, Oct 28-30.
All proceeds to benefit Children's
Center.

DEMOCRATIC CAM-
PAIGN '88 ISSUES FO-
RUM -School of Public Health,
12-1 p.m. Sponsored by PHSA &
PHSAD.
UNIVERSITY BRIDGE
CLUB - Michigan League, Stu-
dio Room, 7:15 p.m.
Play bridge for $1 if you're a
student; $2 for everybody else. Call
Steve at 764-4648 for more infor-
mation.
HAUNTED HOUSE - North
Hall, 7 p.m.- 12 pm..$2 admission.-
SA TURDAY
SWING CONFERENCE .
(STUDENT WOMEN'S INI-
TIATIVE GROUP) - East
Quad, Rm. 126, 12-5 p.m.
"BLOOD SIMPLE" - MLB 4,
8:30 p.m. Highly acclaimed
thriller.

"RECOVERING THE SELF
'88: GETTING OUT FROM
UNDER RELATIONSHIP
ADDICTION WORKSHOP"
-- Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday
from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., FriendsMeet-
ing House, 1420 Hill St. Cost is
$115 for weekend and includes a
workbook.
HAUNTED HOUSE - North
Hall, 7 p.m.-12 p.m. $2 admission.
SUNDAY
A2MISTAD - Weekly meeting,
7:30 p.m.
ZETA PHI BETA SOROR-
ITY, INC. RUSH TEA -
,Mosher Jordan, 2-4:30 p.m.
INDIAN AND PAKISTANI
AMERICAN STUDENTS
COUNCIL - MUG, 7 p.m. Is-
sues affecting South Asian Ameri-
cans will be discussed.
APO SERVICE FRATER-
NITY -MEETING - Michigan
Union, Pendelton Room, (pledge
meeting) 6 p.m. and (chapter meet-
ing) 7 p.m.

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