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20, 1989 MAGAZINE

GORILLAS IN THE MIST
(Michael Apted, 1988) Michigan
Theater 6:45
Sigourney Weaver may be
nominated for Best Female Actor
for her portrayl of Dian Fossey, a
woman who lived with mountain
gorillas in order to study them. Co-
stars Bryan Brown and a whole
bunch of Simians.
WE THE LIVING (Gofreddo
Alessandrini, 1942) Michigan
Theater 7:00 See Friday's listing.

IN THE REALM OF THE
SENSES (Nagisa Oshima, 1977)
MLB 3 7:00 & 9:10
An exlicit tale of passion that
attacks your senses. Sex, violence,
and body parts galore.
SATAN'S BREW (Rainer
Werner Fassbinder, 1976) Nat Sci
7:00
Fassbinder is Germany's answer
to John Waters. This comedy deals
with a poet and the characters in his
absurd life, including his wife, a

woman with a crush on him, a
prostitute, and a retarded brother
who dreams of having sex with
flies.
THE BITTER TEARS OF
PETER VON KANT (Rainer
Werner Fassbinder, 1972) Nat Sci
9:00
Fassbinder creates a tragi-comic
lover story based on the lives of
three lesbians, one a liberated
fashion design-r the second her
contented slave girl, and third, a
sultry model,
-Mark Shaiman

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BEST SELECTION
OF ACCESSORIES
AND JEWELRY
325 e. liberty
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Bars and Clubs
THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: The Whip (5:30-8 p.m.),
Jeanne and the Dreams,
R&B, vintage rock, funky, Motown,
soul.
Saturday: Mars Needs Women,
Rockabilly and classic rock & roll.
THE ARK (761-1451)
Friday: Joel Mabus and the RFD
Boys,
Bluegrass.
Saturday: Bichinis Bia Congo,
Dancers and drums.
BIRD OF PARADISE .
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Shirley
Horn and Her Trio,
Jazz.

Sunday: Rick Roe Quartet,
Jazz.
THE BLIND. PIG
(996-8555)
Friday & Saturday: Trinidad
Tripoli Steel Band,
Calypso, reggae.
Sunday: The Gay 90s,
Top-40 Dance Hits.
THE EARLE
(994-0211)
Friday & Saturday: Rick
Burgess Trio,
Jazz.
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE
(996-8090)
Friday & Saturday: Dennis
Wolfberg.

NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436)
Friday: Boys' Night Out II,
DJ. Roger LeLeivre.
Saturday: Top-40 Dance Party,
Various DJs.
Sunday: (5-10 p.m.) Teen Night,
DJ. John Court.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday & Saturday: Sun
Messengers,
Latin and African, blues and rock.
U-CLUB (763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party,
DJ. Tom Simonian.
Saturday: Reggae Night,
Reggae and other Carribean sounds.
With DJ Tom Simonian.

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Hill Street Forum/Celebration of Jewish Arts
Julie Heifeetz
Performance Artis
Jewish Woman/Jewish Arts Today
Saturday, January 21, 8:00 pm at Irwin Green Auditorium,;Hillel
Poet, Woman, Jew, Psychologist, Teacher. Julie Heifetzpres-
ents an upliftingprogram about the struggle for identity, for
personal and spiritual integration of the many-sided self.
She is accompanied on the guitar by Jim Klueh,a Franciscan
seminarian and composer. Tickets $5 at Hillel.
Ki.lIdoesnot necessrify endorsetheoaily's opinions or agree with its editorialpolicies
llilel

Did Proposition 48 treat Michigan basketball player Terry Mills
unfairly.

Books
'Pick of the Week' gives an inside view of West Africa
Film
Close, Malkovich engage in some Dangerous Liaisons.
Interview
TV's most loquacious basketball commentator. Dick Vitale
Cover Story
Some NCAA rules are decried as racist by athletes, coaches
Eligibility
Should first-year students be barred from playing sports?
The List
What's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend.1
Editor................................Alyssa Lustigman
Associate Editor................................................................................................Andrew M lls
. G rap hic Editor.......... ........ . .....................................................H" M iguel C u z
Business Editor................. N. . ......... .......... .................... .. .....Jein Kim
Sales Manager........................................................................................................Jackie tMiller
Special Sections Coordiinatior................................................................Lisa George

FRIDAY
MIDWEST M
CONFERENCE -- Hill
a.m.

USIC
Aud., 9

MichiganYouth.Band, Donald
Schleicher, conductor.
COLLAGE CONCERT - Hill
Aud., 8:15 p.m.

Featuring School of Music bands,
choirs, orchestras, chamber
ensembles and soloists.
SATURDAY
.MIDWEST MUSIC
CONFERENCE - Hill Aud., 9
a.m.

HILL ST. FORUM/ CELE-
BRATION OF JEWISH ARTS
- Irwin Green Aud., Hillel, 8 p.m.
Julie Heifetz, Performance Artist.
Tickets $5.
SUNDAY
EVA JESSYE AFRO-AMER-
ICAN COLLECTION
CONCERT - Rackham Lecture
Hall, 4 p.m.

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FRIDAY
U OF M ARCHERY CLUB
PRACTICE - 8-10 p.m.
For more info, call 764-4084, send
message to Archery @ UB.
U OF M TAEKWONDO
CLUB - 1200 CCRB, 6-8 p.m.
Beginners welcome.
"AN ADAPTIVE OBSERVER
FOR ON-LINE TOOL WEAR
ESTIMATION IN. TURNING"
- 1200 EECS, 4 p.m.
Control Seminar Series, Prof.
A.G. Ulsoy.
TABLE TENNIS CLUB -
Coliseum (Hill & 5th), 6-8 p.m.
First-meeting of the semester.
"AFROAMERICAN MALES
IN THE 21ST CENTURY:
ISSUES & POSSIBILITIES"
- Guild House, 12 noon.

LeFeisy Galimore, vegitarian soup
& sandwiches for $1.
BROTHERS COFFEEHOUSE
- Guild House, 8 p.m.
WRITING YOUR C.I.F. -
Career Planning and Placement
Center, Rm. 1, 12 noon-1 p.m.
INTRODUCTION TO
CAREER PLANNING AND
PLACEMENT - CP&P,
Library, 3:30-4 p.m.
SATURDAY
SATURATION SESSION -
Career Planning and Placvement
Center, Library, 9 a.m.- 12 noon.
Tips and strategies for the job
search (9-10 a.m.), resume (10:10-11
a.m.), and interview (11:10 a.m.-12
noon).

RALLY FOR CHOICE -
State Capital Bldg., Lansing, 1 p.m.
Support for abortion rights.
Assemble at Arborland Mall Under
the "A" at 11 a.m.
NAACP GENERAL
MEETING - South Quad,
Ambatamba Lounge, 1-2:30 p.m.
EAll persons encouraged to attend.
SUNDAY
HOMELESS ACTION COM-
MITTEE MEETING - Guild
House, time unannounced.
IRANIAN STUDENT CUL-
TURAL CLUB - 3050 Frieze
Bldg., 4-6 p.m.
Coffee Hour.

DAWNTREADERS
House, 7 p.m.

M almcatlons
Must be a registered UloVM student on the
AmA rbor capus during period of
eamployrmen1.
RA/RFIROIMPAJTrCter House Staff: Must
have completed mnn iof ftourtermns or its
equvalenit and 48 undergraduate credit
hours by end of spring term 1989.
Undergraduate applicants mus have at least
a 2.50 cunuiative GPA at the time of
application. Graduate students must be in
good academ standing at the time of
application.
Computer Trainers. Heed Libraris arnd
GSTA Resident Fellows have different
Mel.g1b1ityrersett.
Contact 763,3161 for additional V*r omo.

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