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VOLUME 7, NUMBER 18,

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FEBRUARY 10, 19s9 MAGAZINE

PIGS AND BATTLESHIPS
(Shohei Imamura, 1966) Aud A
7:00
See Friday's listing.
THE PORNOGRAPHERS
(Shohei Imamura, 1966) Aud A
9:15
See Friday's listing.

DODES' KA-DEN (Akira
Kurosawa, 1970) 1429 Hill St.
7:15 & 9:45
Kurosawa builds his tale around
city slum dwellers, interweaving
stories of different people including
a boy who imitates a streetcar by
making the sound "Dodes' Ka-
Den".

CAMILLE (George Cukior, 1936)
MLB 3 7:00 & 9:00
Greta Garbo was nominated for
her role as this tragic heroine,
adopted from the Alexander Dumas
novel..
I'VE HEARD THE
MERMAIDS SINGING (Patricia
Rozema, 1987) MLB 4 7:00,
8:30 & 10:00
A gem from the land to the

doing some real good stuff lately,
but this started the trend. Polly gets
a new job as a secretary to a
pretensious art gaiiery owner,
eventually falling in love with her.
Intermixed are Polly's fantasies of
achieving greatness through terrific,
and terrificly humorous, exploits.
SUNDAY
OSCAR MICHEAUX, FILM
PIONEER (1981) Aud A 7:00
A documentary about Micheaux,
who made and distributed films for
the Black-only market in the '20s
and '30s. Bea Freeman ("the sepizk
Mae West") and Lorenzo Tucker
("the Black Valentino") are both
interviewed. Admission is free.
TEN MINUTES TO LIVE
(Oscar Micheaux, 1932) Aud A
7:35

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THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: Mars Needs Women (5:30-8
p.m.),
Rockabilly;
George Bedard and the Kingpins,
Swing, vintage blues.
Saturday: Robert Penn Blues Band,
Blues.
Sunday: Blues Jam (5:30-9 p.m.).
THE ARK (761-1451)
Friday & Saturday: The Golden
Ring,
Folk.
Sunday: SongSister's Valentine's
Concert (1 & 3 p.m.),
Children's Songs.

BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Ahmad Jamahl
Trio,
Jazz.
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday: Pressure Cooker,
Blues.
Saturday: Zoom and the Paybacks,
Blues.
Sunday: The Gay 90s,
Top-40.
THE EARLE
(994-0211)
Friday & Saturday: Rick Burgess
Trio,
Kazz.

MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE
(996-9080)
Friday-Sunday: Scott Larose.
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)
Friday & Saturday: First Light,
Neo-funk reggae.
U-CLUB (763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party,
DJ Tom Simonian.
Saturday: Reggae Night.
With Reggae and other Carribean
sounds and DJ Tom Simonian

CLASSIFIED A DS Call 764-0557
SSemester at Sea

ieWorid Is Still
'The Greates Classroom
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Applications are now being accepted
for the University of Pittsburgh-
sponsored Semester at Sea.
Each fall or spring 100-day odyssey
aboard the American-built S.S. Universe
literally offers you the world.
You can earn 12-15 transferable units
from your choice of more than 50 lower and
# upper division courses, while calling upon
places as culturally diverse as Japan, Hong Kong,
IndiaTurkey, the Soviet Union,Yugoslavia
and Spain.

A Flint student catches up on some reading at the Flint Student
Center. Students at the U's Flint and Dearborn campuses cope
with apathy and a lack of parking at the commuter schools.
Music
Modem Jazz Quartet bangs 37 years ofJazz to Ann Arbor
Film
The beautiful people films: Cousins, Her Alibi
Events
WCBN holds its annual fundraiser bash
Cover Story
Michigan's commuter campuses, Flint and Dearborn1
Interview
Speaking with Juius Lester1
The List
22
What's going on in Ann Arbor this weekend
Editor...................................... ........... .......................................A lyssa Lustigm an
Associate Editor........................ Andrew Mills
ra ic E itor....................................................................................................... M guel C ruz
Business Editor................................................................................................................Jein Kim
Sales M anager.......................................................................................................Jackie M iller
Special Sections Coordinatior......................................................................Lisa George

sounds and DJ Tom Simonian
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FRIDAY
THE MODERN JAZZ QUAR-
TET - Power Center, 8 pm.
Tickets $15.

SIVA-PARVATHI - Residential
College, 7:30 pm.
Free admission. Classical Indian
Dance-Ballet. By malini Sririma &
Troupe.

FRIDAY

It is a learning adventure designed to
transform students of every color, race and
creed into true citizens and scholars of
the world.
For full information, including a catalog and application,
call 1-412-648-7490. Or write Semester at sea,
Institute for Shipboard Education,
University of Pittsburgh,
2E Forbes Quadrangle,-
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
15260.
Then prepare for the
learning adventure of
your life. A
...at 'f

313 S. State
above Continental Rest.
Ph. 996-2644

BLOOD DRIVE - Give Life!
Michigan Union, Anderson Rm., 12
noon-6 pm.
"THE FALLACY OF THE
HEALTHY U.S.: A GLOBAL
PERSPECTIVE" - Feb. 10 &
11, Thomas Francis, Jr. Bldg.,
School of Public Health, Aud., 6:30
pm, starting Friday.
TABLE TENNIS CLUB - Coli-
seum, 6-8 pm.
PAUL BUNYAN BALL -
Michigan Union Ballroom, 8-12
pm.
$3.50/single, $6/double.
GERMAN CLUB HAPPY HOUR
- U-Club, 5 pm.
"WOMEN IN INTERNA-
TIONAL DEVELOPMENT" -
236 W.E., 12 noon.
Dr. Marsha Darling, King/ Chavez/
Parks Visiting Prof.
"THE GOOD WILL AND
MORAL WORTH" - 2225 An-
gell Hall, 4 pm.
Henry Allison, U of C, San Diego.
"WATCHING KID'S MINDS
AT WORK: A LIVE DEMON-
STRATION" - Dean's Confer-
ence Rm., 1211 School of Educa-

tion, 3 pm-wine, cheese, juice; 3:20
pm, talk begins.
Eleanor Duckworth, Harvard Uni-
versity.
SANKOFA - Michigan League,
Pond Rm., 9 am.
A symposium of retrospective
views on African American Art.
Napoleon Jones-Henderson, Willis
Bing Davis, Jon Onye Lockard.
SATURDAY
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL:
"1989 WRITE-A-THON FOR
HUMAN RIGHTS" - Lower
Lobby of Michigan Union, 11 am-4
pm.
DANCE QUEST: A CELE-
BRATION OF AFRICAN
AMERCIAN CULTURE. An in-
formal discussion on the manifesta-
tions of dance, as it touches the day
to day lives of African Americans.
With Dr. Pearl Primus, a
King/Chavez/Parks Visitng Scholar.
Nikki Giovanni Lounge, Mosher
Jordan Hall, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
SUNDAY
GRADUATE WOMEN:
POTLUCK BRUNCH - Guild
House,12 noon.

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DR. PEARL PRIMUS: "DANCE
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Master Class, Dance Bldg., Studio
A, 4-6 pm.
WAND: "WOMEN TRANS-
FORMING THE WORLD" -
Ann Arbor Community Center,
7:30 pm. Talk by Barbara Ransby.
"MAKING BRONZE GONGS
IN JAVA" - Recital Hall, School
of Music, 2 pm.

Cover photo by Robin Loznak

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