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Parker reaffirms talent with acoustic approach
raham Parker his nose - his songs get exposed includes at least one new composi- making.) Parker's moral outrage eclipses his
ive! Alone in America for the finely crafted works that they tion, as well as "Don't Let It Break Judging solely from this docu- melodic sensibilities. A line like
CA Records are and always have been. You Down" from last year's ment - that is, ignoring Parker's "They'll never let any nigger in,
More than a live album, Live! "comeback" The Mona Lisa's Sister. mediocre records from the first half Why do you think its called the
Parker's music has always been works as a miniature retrospective of Live! closes with "A Change is of this decade - one can safely con- White House?" makes you want to
oted in early rock and rhythm & Parker's critically praised, Billboard- Gonna Come," his second Sam dude that Parker is one of the best reach for a feather and a bucket, but
lues, so the solo acoustic approach ignored career. The fourteen songs Cooke cover in as many albums. (Is out there. If he falls short of the top luckily he concentrates on personal
- . o a-k f lb i far this nattern merely an invitation to rank that includes Elvis Costello, politics, mostly. -Mark Swartz

Michigan
Continued from page 8
"We have been getting the ball
inside a little more to Mills. If they
don't double-team him, he has to
make a power move and score,"
Fisher said.
Rumeal Robinson has been his
usual self, scoring points, finding
the open shooters, and playing
strong defense. Robinson is second
in the tournament with assists,

averaging 8.3 per game.
Demetrius Calip has stepped in to
give the Wolverines the ball-hand-
ling guard they were searching for.
Told by ex-coach Bill Frieder to
consider transferring, Calip came in
against North Carolina and held Jeff
Lebo to only two free throws after
Lebo had scored a quick 17.
Mark Hughes, Mike Griffin, and
Loy Vaught also have played key
roles for Michigan, which has never
before played a game in April. I

clinchingvictory over Georgetown.
In the backcourt, Phil Henderson
and Quin Snyder play the shooting
and point guard positions. Snyder, a
resident of Seattle, will be hosting
dinner for the Duke entourage before
the Final Four starts.
Seton Hall,
Continued from page 9
points for his career.
The third cog in the Pirate attack
comes from New York -

Brooklyn,to be exact. John Morton,
the Hall's leading scorer at 17.3
points per game, has been somewhat
shut down in the tournament, but
has scored 30-plus points on seven
different occasions this year.
Daryll Walker, the second-leading
rebounder in the tournament at 10.3
per game, is the Hall's other
forward. He is only 10 points away
from the 1,000 point plateau. Gerald
Greene is the final Pirate starter.
Adding to the wide assortment of

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is a surprising one. Thle expectation
might be that his music would lose
its punch without drums cracking
and horns blasting. But as Parker
strips down - managing to keep the
ever-present shades planted firmly on

are ta en rom asuMs gongus aU
back as Howlin' Wind, his debut
from 1976, and include two tracks
from the classic Squeezing Out
Sparks album, a decade old but still
in working condition. The album

Cooke's fabulous discography? A
demonstration of hip tastes? Parker's
unspectacular singing style certainly
doesn't gain anything from the
comparisons he seems insistent on

John Hiatt, and Paul Westerberg,
then at least he can be mentioned in
the same breath as Lou Reed and
Billy Bragg.
Like Reed and Bragg, sometimes

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run ar'ound
Before you shop Briarwood, why not enter the
Briarwood Run.
Events include a 1 mile walk along with 5, 10 and
20K runs. And all proceeds benefit children of
Washtenaw County through the Galens Medical
Society, the University of Michigan medical students
volunteer services. Last year the Run raised nearly
$10,000 for this cause.
For more information, call 769-9610, or stop by the
Briarwood Office to pick up an entry form.

Baron
Continued from page 4
cameos by Sting and the famed Ital-
ian actress Valentina Cortesa (Juliet
of the Spirits, Day For Night) who
is Queen to Robin Williams' King.
A lot has been written about the
cost of this film, but from what I
can see every penny went into what
is on screen. Last year's fantasy film
Willow also cost nearly $50 mil-
lion, but it pales in comparison to
Baron Munchausen.Willow was a
hackneyed ripoff of every George
Lucas film and, even at its worst,
Baron Munchausen isnever trite.
The Adventures of Baron
Munchausen is playing at Showcase
Cinemas.
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Ilinois
Continued from page 8
The rest of the starting line up
includes Nick Anderson, Lowell
Hamilton, and Steve Bardo, the
team's defensive specialist. Marcus
Liberty, who started while Gill was
out, also plays a key role.
If there is one "weakness" on this
Illinois team, it is the outside

shooting, where Gill has been the
only consistent scorer.
Indiana won the Big Ten this
year, but a strong finish helped sec-
ond-place Illinois capture the top
seed in the Midwest regional. The
Illini went to work from there,
knocking off McNeese State, Ball
State, Louisville, and Syracuse to
earn a berth in Seattle.

The Battle in Seatt
Duke v. Seton Hall, Saturday, 5:42 p.r
Michigan v. Illinois, Saturday, 8:12 p.n
Championship Game, Monday, 9:12 p.
All games in the Seattle Kingdome

Duke
Continued from page 9
Brickey, a 6-foot-5 junior, who
jumps center and played in the mid-
dle a fair amount last year. So far in
the tournament, he has averaged 12.3
points and 6.3 rebounds a game,

with a high of 21 points against
Minnesota.
Ferry'saproteg6, Christian Laet-
tner, starts at center for the Blue
Devils. Laettner was the one who
scored 23 points and stymied his
fellow first-year performer, Alonzo
Mourning, in Duke's Final Four-

Michigan 1988-89 Team Statistics
Including NCAA Tournament
Field Goal-Attempts 1259-2197, 57.3
3-Pt Field Goal-Attempts 187- 395, 47.3
Free Throws-Attempts 525-717, 73.2
Rebounds- Offensive, Defensive 378, 927;
Assists 703
Points, Average per game 3230, 92.3

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