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CLASSIFIED ADSI Call 764-0557

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Spring concert
UAC/Amazin' Blue present
Satcirday, A pril I, 1989
M ic hig a Un ion Balroom
8:00 P.M.
Ticks available at Michigan Union Ticket Office
Ticks:$2.00
Call 763-TKTS for more info

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MAGAZINE

Bars.and Clubs-
THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: Whip
Blues and Rock
Saturday: George Bernard and The
Kingpins
Country Rock
THE ARK
(761-1451)
Friday: RFD Boys
Bluegrass
Saturday: Riders in the Sky
Cowboy Music
BIRD OF PARADISE
(663-8310)

Friday & Saturday: Barbara
Morrison and The Ron Brooks Trio
Jazz.
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday: Frankie Allison & The Odd
Sox
Rock 'n Roll
Saturday: Trinidad Tripolie Steel
Band .
Reggae
THE EARLE
(994-0211)
Friday & Saturday: Rick Burgess
Trio
Jazz

NECTARINE BALLROOM'
(994-5436)
Friday: Boys Night Out
Saturday: Top-40 Dance Part
Sunday: Teen Night (5-10 p.m.),
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday.& Saturday: The Urbations
Blues and Rock
U-CLUB
Friday: New Music Dance Party,
DJ Tom Simonian
Saturday: Reggae Night
Reggae and other Carribean sounds
with DJ Tom Simonian

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VOLUME 7, NUMBER 24

MARCH 31,1989

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FRIDAY
Calvin College Orchestra - Free
spring tour concert at Slauson Junior
High School, 1019 W. Washington,
8 p.m.
R.C. College Players - "Daphne,"

and "Mother and the Criminals," two
original one-act farces, March 31-1,
8 p.m., $3.00 admission.
SATURDAY
Fool's Day Follies - Variety
show, 8 p.m., Michigan Theater.

Fall Creek and The Repairman -
Local Focus Concert Series, 8 p.m.,
UMHE Copper Chimney Lounge,
$3.00/ $2.00 (students) at door.
SUNDAY
Alice in Wonderland - String
Puppet Theater, marionette version,
2-3 p.m., free admission.

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Kinko's for quality,

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Women's Glee Club
presents its
Annual Spring Concert
with
*Madrigals Harmonettes
*a 60's medley eM Songs

Interim head coach Steve Fisher plans on taking his players to
the top of the NCAA Finals this weekend in Seattle.
Film
Take off to a world of fantasy with Baron Munchausen.
Music
The too-hip New York sounds of Lou Reed come to town.5
Interview
Congresswoman Pat Schroeder speaks on women and politics.
Cover Story
The Battle at Seattle - Michigan takes it to the Final Four.
The List
What's happening in Ann Arbor.
Editor.................................................Alyssa Lustigman
Associate Editor ... N....... ..N..N....... .... N...........................................:N......Andrew M ills
Graphic Editor..........N...........................IMiguel Cruz
Business Editor...N.NN......................... ...... .... .................Jein Kimn
Sales M anager...N.. .... N ........... . ......................... .....J.............ackie M iller
Special Sections Coordinatior-..-..................... ..............Lisa George

FRIDAY
Anthony Appiah - "Idealization
and Psychological Theories."
Cornell Univeristy, 10:30 a.m.,
3020 East Engineering.
Control Seminar - Prof. Spillios
Fassios, "The Suboptimum
Maximum Likelihood System
Identification Method and its
Application to Experimental Modal

Analysis," MA & AM Dept., 4:00
p.m., Rm 1200 EECS.
SATURDAY
Michigan Economic Society -
Wine and Cheese party, 4-7 p.m.,
140 Lorch Hall Atrium.
Table Tennis Club Practice
Meeting - 6-8 p.m., at the
Colliseum, Hill and S. Fifth.
Beginers welcome.

Michigan Chess Team - 1 p.m.,
basement of Michigan League.
Everyone welcome, call 764-8857
for more info.
"Tales of Wisdom, Humor, and
Enchanmant" - Susan Danoff,
Detroit Institute of Art. Contact DIA
for time, Saturday and Sunday.
SUNDAY
APO Service Fraternity Pledge
meeting, 6 p.m. Chapter meeting, 7
p.m. in Michigan Union.

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March 31
Rackham
Auditorium
8:00 PM
Students $3.00
Tickets available
at the door.

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$1 ,188 AIR: includes airare tointra.
11,150 LAND PRICE
$2,338 TOTAL PRICE'
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men. add M,00, pAlso includes: All brea.fast&E
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WEEKEND/ MARCH 31,1989

WEEKEND/ MARCH 31,1989

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