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It's amazing how much building
a house can cost, especially when it
keeps falling down. A frustrated
Cary Grant gets to learn this the
hard way, but eventually his charm
wins everyone over, including the
house!
WINTER LIGHT (Ingmar
Bergman, 1962) Aud A 7:00
In the follow-up in the trilogy
begun with Through a Glass
Darkly, a dispirited pastor must

search for his own spiritual guid-
ance before he can help his parish-
ioners.
THE SILENCE (Ingmar
Bergman, 1963) Aud A 8:30
The last part of the Bergman's
trilogy deals with the incestuous
love-hate relationship between two
sisters. Interesting way to end a
trilogy that is supposed to have a
religious theme, but I guess that,
tells you something about how
Bergman feels about religion.

MOTHRA (Inoshiro Honda,
1961) Nat Sci 7:30
What could be more fun on a
Saturday night than seeing your fa-
vorite Saturday afternoon monster
films on the big screen. This time a
giant moth-creature gets his chance
to destroy Tokyo.
GODZILLA VS. MEGA-
LON (Jun Fukuda, 1976) Nat Sci
9:15
Godzilla, who once was a bad-
guy, became so popular that he re-

M A G A Z I N E

turns as a do-gooder and saves the
Tokyo he previously demolished.
Almost sounds too much like
"professional" wrestling.
SUNDAY
HAMLET (Laurence Olivier)
Aud A 6:30 & 9:15
If Mr. Olivier had been around a

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Friday: The Whip (5:30-8:30
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R&B, soul, and vintage rock.

George Bedard and the Kingpins,
Swing, vintage blues, and
rockabilly.
Saturday: The Suspects,
Detroit area R&B band.

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FRIDAY
JESUS CHRIST SUPER-
STAR - Power Center, 8 p.m.
Tickets: $6/$7.
SYMPHONY BAND - Hill
Aud., 8 p.m.
H. Robert Reynolds conducts
the music of Hindemith, Holst,
and Persichetti.
DANCE GUEST ARTIST
SERIES - Dance Bldg. Studio A
Theater, 8 p.m.
Lucas Hoving; tickets $10.
THAI DANCE GROUP -
Rackham Bldg, 8 p.m.
Dancers from Srinakharinwirot
University to preform The Ra-
makien.
"BASEMENT ARTS" -
Arena Stage, Frieze Bldg., 5 p.m.
- IIII
;Furthermo

A new student organization
within the Theatre and Drama De-
partment will perform Reader's
Theatre, a play based on the poems
of T.S. Eliot. Admission is free.
SATURDAY
SONIC YOUTH - St. An-
drew's Hall, 431 E. Congress, De-
troit, 10 p.m.
With special guests: Laughing
Hyenas, tickets: $12.50 in advance.
THE BUTTHOLE SURFERS
- St. Andrew's Hall, 431 E.
Congress, Detroit.
Tickets: $12.50 in advance.
THE NATIONAL TOURING'
COMPANY OF SECOND
CITY - Michigan Theater, 603
E. Liberty.
A night of comedy, tickets:

THlE ARK (761-1451)
Friday: Michele Rosewoman,
Afro-Cuban rhythms (8 & 10 p.m.)
Saturday: RED Boys,
Authentic bluegrass.
Sunday: Kate Clinton,
Feminist humorist.
$12.50 & $10.50, reserved seating.
CROISSANT CONCERT -
Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N.
4th Ave.
Music for Marimba and Trum-
pet with piano. Reservations sug-
gested; admission $8. Croissants,
coffee and juice.
OLIVER JONES, JAZZ PI-
ANIST - Kerrytown Concert
House, 415 N. 4th Ave., 7 p.m &
9 p.m.
Reservations suggested,
admission $10.
SUNDAY
FRENCH CLASSIC SERIES
- Blanche Anderson Moore Hall,
School of Music, 4 p.m.
Michele Johns plays the organ,
noels, and magnificats.

Ballot proposals
Future of state-funded abortions is up to the voters.
County races
Area to get first female circuit court judge.
U.S., State House races
The incumbents have the upper hand in both.
Presidential, U.S. Senate races
Bush vs. Duke: the showdown approaches.
The List
What's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend. 1 4

ball stadium and the
Huron River.
In Security...
24 hour security
guard, surveillance
monitors and new
pass card entrance
system.
Studios and 1 Bedroom1
Models Open Daily
663-1530
Tower Plaza
Condominiums
555 East William
Ann Arbor
Sales by
Triad Realty Associates

BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Jack
Brokenshaw Quartet,
Jazz.
Sunday: Rick Roe & Rodney
Whitaker Duo,
Versatile Jazz.
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday: Drivin' Sideways (6-8:30
pm),
Country, rockabilly, and vintage
rock & roll.
Frank Allison and the Odd Sox,
Stories put to creative melody.
Saturday: Kristi Rose and the
Midnight Walkers,
Honky-tonk and rock & roll.
Sunday: The Gay '90s.
THE EARLE (994-0211)
Friday & Saturday: Rick
Burgess Trio,
Jazz.
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE (996-9080)

FRIDAY
WOMEN'S TEA - Women's
Crisis Center, 306 N. Division,
5:30-7 p.m.
All women are invited to this
alcohol-free get-together.
THE FIRST INTERNA-
TIONAL GAMES NIGHT -
International Center, 603 E. Madi-
son, 7-9 p.m.
Pictionary internationalized:
learn about other countries through
games.
GERMAN CLUB HAPPY
HOUR - U-Club, 5 p.m.
"REPENSER L'HISTOIRE
NATIONALE: UNE AP-
PROCHE DE LA SINGU-
LARITE FRANCAISE" -
Fourth floor Commons, MLB,
3:10 p.m.
Lecture by visiting Prof. Andre
Burguiere, Dept. of History.
FORCE 10 OVERLAND
EXPEDITIONS - International
Center, 12 noon-1:30 p.m.
THE ESSENCE OF THE
SPIRIT RECEPTION -
Michigan Union Art Study Lounge,
first floor, 4-6 p.m.
Asian American Art Exhibit,
keynote speaker: Cynthia Yao. Ev-

eryone welcome.
"ETHICS AND EXPERI-
ENCE" - 2225 Angell Hall, 4
p.m.
Dept. of Philosophy presents
Cora Diamond, University of Vir-
ginia.
"AN, EVENING WITH LU-
CAS HOVING" - Dance Bldg.
Studio A, 1310 N. University Ct.,
8 p.m.
Discussion, film, and perfor-
mance, presented by Lucas Hoving.
Admission $10.
Play for $1 if you're a student;
$2 for everybody else. Call Steve
at 764-4648 for more information.
"PINK FLOYD THE WALL"
- Angell Hall, Aud. B, 8 p.m. &
10 p.m.
Showing both on Friday and
Saturday, tickets only $3.
"ALTERED PERSPEC-
TIVES ON THE RACIAL
QUESTION" - Guild House,
12 noon.
About bigotry in Australia.
BENEFIT FOR GUILD
HOUSE - Unitarian Church, 8
p.m.
U. Utah Phillips plays, tickets:
$8.

SATURDAY
DAWNTREADERS - Guild
House, 7:30 p.m.
Mental Health Consumers &
Advocates weekly meeting.
SHOTOKAN KARAT-E
CLUB OF MICHIGAN -
CCRB Martial Arts Rm., 3-5 pm.
LESBIAN COFFEEHOUSE
- Blossom Foods Restaurant, 8
p.m.-12 a.m.
An evening for lesbians to
gather and enjoy music and re-
freshments. Small donation re-
quested.
BLUE VELVET - MLB, Aud.
3, 7 p.m.
David Lynch film with discus-
sion by Ronald Benson, M.D., and
Ira Konigsberg, Ph.D. $4 Dona-
tion, tickets available at Michigan
Union Ticket Office.
SUNDAY
A2MISTAD - Guild House,
7:30 p.m.
APO SERVICE FRATER-
NITY - Michigan League, Hen-
derson Rm. Pledge Meeting 6
p.m., Chapter Meeting 7 p.m.
See FURTHERMORE, Page 16

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