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ANN ARBOR'S
BEST SELECTION
OF ACCESSORIES
AND JEWELRY
325 e. liberty
995-4222

that one was serious, and one
wasn't. And now the serious one
demands payment.
BETTY BLUE (Jean-Jacques
Beiniex, 1986) MLB 3 7:00 &
9:15
Betty Blue is a domineering
type who is very frightened inside.
She lives and loves a man who is a
struggling writer, and with her help
he overcomes the struggle, but
Betty's inner turmoil never ends. A
tough film to watch, about a
woman who doesn't like to see life
the way it is, but a film that says
something.

VOLUME 7, NUMBER 16

Huey Long. Broderick Crawford
won an Oscar for his portrayal of
the meglomaniac. Appropriate film
to play at inauguration time.
MEET JOHN DOE (Frank
Capra, 1941) MLB 4 9:00
When a newspaper reporter,
Barbara Stanwyck, loses her job,
she concocts a story about a
desperate man about to commit
suicide due to the plight of the
nation. When the pressure hits,
Gary Cooper is hired to play the
fictitious John Doe. Strong
comment about the media and about
mob behavior.
MONTY PYTHON AND
THE HOLY GRAIL (Terry
Jones and Terry Gilliam, 1975)
Nat Sci 7:00, 8:40 & 10:20
To anyone who hasn't seen this

film, I have onlyaone word for you:
NI!. The boys take a stab at King
Arthur and his knights, and radiate
jokes about the Round Table.
SUNDAY
MEDEA (Pier Paolo Pasolini,
1971) AudA 7:00&9:00
Pasolini likes to adapt classic
storiesrto film, such as The
Canterbury Tales and The
Decameron. This time he tries a
story from Greek Mythology,
casting opera queen Maria Callas as
a murderess, poisoner, sorceress,
arsonist, and heroine.
METROPOLIS (Fritz Lang,
1926) Michigan Theater 6:30
A visionary, science fiction film
that is a statement against
capitalism. Some amazing special
effects, especially for back then, and
a robot that looks quite like C3PO.
The film is highlighted by live
organ accompaniment on the Barton

organ by theater organist V
extraordinaire John Lauter. f
DEAR AMERICA:
LETTERS HOME FROM v
VIETNAM (Bill Couterie, 1988) p
Michigan Theater 8:30
A new twist on last years trend of
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Hill Street Forum/Great Writers Series
Julius Lester
My Journey To
Judaism
Tuesday, February 7,8:00 pm,
Irwin Green Auditorium Hillel
Julius Lester is currently a Professor of Judaic Studies and formerly a
Professor of Afro-American Studies at the University of Massachusettes. A
civil rights activist and media personality during the '60s, he has authored
15 books, including Lovesong: Becoming a Jew. Lester is the recipient of
numerous awards.
Hillel does not necessarily endorse the Dailys opinion or agree with its editorial policies.

ALL THE KING'S
(Robert Rossen, 1949)
7:00

MEN
MLB 4

Extremely powerful film about a
man who was extremely powerful.
Based on the life (and death) of

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Riders in the Sky will appear at the Twelth Annual Ann Arbor
Folk Festival this weekend.
Restaurants
The Real Seafood Co. is for real
Film
A behind the scenes look at TIree Fugitives
Music
Joan Jett will rock the Michigan Theater this Saturday
Books
The perfect novel for the 80s- well, almost
Cover Story
The Twelfth Annual Ann Arbor Folk Festival comes to town
The List
What's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend1
Ediitor..............................................................................................................Alyssa Lustigman
Associate Editor.................................................................................................Andrew Mills
raphic Editor....................................................................................................... iguel rz
Buinsiness Editor......................................................................................................Jein l Kim
Sales Manager.......................................................................................................Jackie Miller
Special Sections Coordinatior.................................................................Lisa George

THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: Mars Needs Women (5:30-
8 p.m.),
Rockabilly, rock & roll.
George Bedard and the Kingpins,
Swing, blues, rockabilly.
Saturday: The Conquerroot Blues
Band,
Blues.
THE ARK (761-1451)
Saturday: 12th Ann Arbor Folk
Festival,
Hill Aud., 6 p.m.
Sunday: Homegrown Women's
Music Series,
Jazz.
BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Rick Roe
Ensemble,
Jazz.

Sunday: Rick Roe Quartet,
Jazz.
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday: Frank Allison and the Odd
Sox,
Stories set to music.
Second Self,
Rock & roll.
Saturday: Blue Front Persuaders,
R&B.
Sunday: The Gay 90s,
Top-40.
THE EARLE
(994-0211)
Friday & Saturday: Rick
Burgess Trio,
Jazz.

Friday-Sunday: Gary Lazer.
NECTARINE BALLROOM
(994-5436)
Friday: Boys' Night Out II,
DJ Roger LeLievre.
Saturday: Top-40 Dance Party,
Various DJs.
Sunday: Teen Night (5-10 p.m.),
DJ John Court.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Saturday: Jeanne and the Dreams,
Funky, R&B, Motown.
U-CLUB (763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party,
DJ Tom Simonian.
Saturday: Club Night,
New Music, hip hop, Euro-beat,
funk.

THE CROWNIN
Solid symbol of the rugged
is the patented TriplockR wi
Precision tooled, tough as I
screws down on the Oyster
hatch. It seals this stylish, 1
Submariner"-Date down tc
protection. The self-windin
is crafted in stainless steel
Fliplock bracelet.
Only at your Official Rolex

MAINSTREET
SHOWCASE
(996-9080)

COMEDY

For Exam Preparation,
" Learn to Anticipate the
" Improve Your Test-Ta
. Use Your Study Time
" Achieve Your Maximu
N Test Preparation

.."0&.K II ...us..
SATURDAY
ALL THE KING MEN - MLB
aud. 4, 7 p.m.
Dir. Robert Rossen.

MEET JOHN DOE - MLB
Aud. 4, 9 p.m.
Dir. Frabk Capra.
"STRANGE INTERLUDE" -
Rackham Amphitheatre, 7 p.m.

$6/person.
SUNDAY
MICHIGAN CHAMBER
P L A Y E R S - Recital Hall,
School of Music, 8 p.m.

U

FRIDAY
NORTH WALK - North Campus
Safety Walking Service, Sun.-Thur.
9 p.m.-1 a.m..
Call 763-WALK, or stop by 3224
Bursley.
S A F E W A L K - Night-Time
Safety Walking Service, 8 p.m.-
11:30 p.m., 7 days/week.
Call 936-1000 or stop by 102
UGLi.
TABLE TENNIS CLUB
PRACTICE MEETING -
Colliseum, Hill & S. 5 th, 6-8 p.m.
Beginners welcome.
U OF M TAEKWONDO
CLUB - 1200 CCRB, 6-8 p.m.
Beginners welcome. Tim Frye at
662-8637.
EMPLOYER

PRESENTATION: CAMP
BNAI BRITH - Michigan
Union, Kuenzal Rm., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
"I'M OKAY? YOU'RE
OKAY?: HOW WOULD FEEL
AFTER A NUCLEAR
EXCHANGE?" - Guild House,
12 noon.
Art Vander, M.D. Vegitarian soup
and sandwiches for $1.
"TESTAMENT" - Guild House,
8 p.m.
Refreshments, no admission fee.
LAST DETAIL - MLB Aud. 3,
7 p.m.
Director Hal Ashby.
FIVE EASY PIECES - MLB
Aud. 3, 9 p.m.
Director Bob Rafelson.
INTERNATIONAL TEA -
Martha Cook Bldg., 3:30-5 p.m.

"CUBIC MODIFICATION
LAW FOR ROBUST MODEL
REFERENCE ADAPTIVE
CONTROL SYSTEMS" -
1200 EECS, 4 p.m.
Prof. Fathi M. A. Salam, MSU.
ASIAN AMERICAN
STUDENT-FACULTY-
STAFF RECEPTION -
Penidelton rm. Michigan Union, 4-
6:30 p.m.
SATURDAY
DAWNTREADERS - Guild
House, 7 p.m.
SUNDAY
HOMELESS ACTION
COMMITTEE - Guild House, 6
p.m.

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JEWELRY AND F
1113 SOUTH UNiVERS

Cover drawing by Kevin Woodson

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WEEKENO/JANUARY 27 1989

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