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2 SEPTEMBER 22, 1989 MAGAZINE

THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday & Saturday: Glass, top 40,
Motown and dance music.
THE ARK
(761-1451)
Friday: RFD (Rural Free Delivery)
Band; bluegrass band.
Saturday: Jackie Torrence; story-
teller.
BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Paul
Vornhagan, straight-ahead jazz saxo-

phonist.
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday & Saturday: Tracy Lee &
the Leonards, rock-n-roll rockabilly
style.
CLUB HEIDELBERG
Friday: Anne Be Davis with the
Skapegoats on Friday.
Saturday: Herb Tarlick's with
Captain Dave and the Psychedelic
Lounge Cats.
THE EARLE
(994-0211)

Friday & Saturday: The Rick
Burgess Trio, mellow jazz.
THE NECTARINE
(994-5436)
Friday and Saturday: Top 40
Music with DJ Roger.
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday: Trinidad Tripoli, reggae.
Saturday: The Urbations, rock.
U-CLUB
(763-2236)
Friday: New music with DJ Tom
Simonian.
Saturday: Reggae night.

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Gemini - twin brother musicians
perform "Good mischief- A Musical
Celebration for the Whole Family";
includes sing-alongs, dance tunes and
songs from around the world; a fam-
ily event at Pioneer High School; 7
p.m.
Grads and Professionals Veggie

Shabbat Potluck Dinner -
Violin: Window to the Jewish
Experience; 7:30 p.m. at the
Lawyer's Club in the Law Quad;
Amy Shevrin, violinist, and Michele
Cooker, pianist will perform several
classical pieces; Call 769-0500;
sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation

DON'T BE UNINFORMEDI
READ THE DAILYI
DAILY!!!

(Tony Award, Best Play, 1986) Q by Herb Gardner Q Directed by Simon C.M. Ha
September 20-23, 1989, 8:00 p.m. Q Saturday Matinee, 2:00 p.m.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE Q Ticket Information, Call 662.7282 or 763-TKTS

Ed Klum, right, wit)
his assistant timers.

Milo Tarchinski, taking
meal cards at West Quad.

LET

YOURSELF
GO!
Opening
Night
Saturday,
Sept. 23
8:00 p.m.,
Michigan Theatre

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Books
A look at the people and politics of Guatamela.
Film
The Navigator leads the viewer along a futuristic path.
Feature
Get back to nature through local parks.
Cover Story
The people who make the University run
The List
What's happening in and around Ann Arbor. 14
ON THE COVER: CRISP operators are just a few
of the many hundreds of University workers who,
while not getting a lot of recognition, keep this
institution running day after day. See Cover
Story, Page 8.
Editors............................................................................................................ Alyssa Lustigrman
Andrew Mills
G raphics Editor ................................................................................................. M iguel Cruz
Business Manager........................................................................................... David Edinger
Sales M'vanager .............. . . . .. . ...Jnie Zap
S al e n r..................................................... ..................Sennfer Chappell
Special Sections Coordinator ...................................................................... Shelly Pl eva

Furthermore
FRIDAY
U of M Shorin Ryu Karate Club
- CCRB; 8:30 p.m.; Beginners
welcome.
Asian American Association
Welcoming Dance - Trotter
House, 1443 Washtenaw; 9 p.m. to
1 a.m.; Members admitted free $4
for non-members.
Duncan Murphy Speaks on
"Activism & the Long Haul" -
The long time member of the exten-
sive California Peace Community
will speak at a luncheon-forum;
Guild House (802 Monroe St.);
noon; vegetable soup and peanut
butter sandwiches are provided for a
$1 fee.
"Arctic todAmazon: Indigenous
Nations and the Exploitation of
Tribal Resources" - a conference
sponsored by the New England
Tropical Forest Project; runs

through Sunday call Petey Becker at
802-765-4337 for more information.
Safewalk - Nighttime walking
service; seven days a week from 8
p.m. to midnight; 102 UGLi; 936-
1000.
"Multiple Objective Optimal
Control of Linear Systems: The
Quadratic Norm Case" - a con-
trol seminar with Professor Pramod
Khargonekar; 4 p.m. at Rm. 1200
EECS.
Career Planning & Placement
programs - Kick-off Saturday
from 9 a.m. to noon; Job Search
from 9 to 10 a.m.; Resume writing
from 10:10 to 11 a.m.; Interviewing
from 11:10 to noon.
SATURDAY
Ann Arbor Record Show - trad-
ing, selling and displaying of records
and memorabilia; Elks Lodge (325

W. Eisenhower Parkway); 9:30 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m.; admission is $2.
Safewalk - Nighttime walking
service; seven days a week from 8
p.m. to midnight; 102 UGLi; 936-
1000.
SUNDAY
Bone Marrow Drive - Healthy
individuals between the ages of 18
and 55 may be tested to contribute to
the drive; sponsored by the Mitzvah
Project; at the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation (1429 Hill Street); 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
English Composition Board peer
tutors - available at Angell-Haven
and 611 computing centers.
Safewalk - Nighttime walking
service; seven days a week from 8
p.m. to midnight; 102 UGLi; 936-
1000.
Caribbean Students Association
- Mass meeting; Room 1209 in
the Michigan Union; 2 p.m.

Date Conservative C
Sunday, Oct. 8 6:45 pm 6
(Kol Nidre)
Monday, Oct. 9 9:00 am 9
5:45 pm !
All services at Hillel except * Conservati\
m Kippur Break Fast Mon
Undergrads, 8:30 pm at Hillel, 1429 Hi
Grads & Professionals, 8:30 pm at the L
Reservations due Tues. Oct. 3, $6 . If yo
mail or deliver payment by Oct. 3.
For information call 7
Hillel does not necessarily endorse the Dailys op

David Perry

Carl St.Clair

Join in the fun and excitement of
another fabulous season! 1989-90 is
a musical adventure for everyone,
not just classical music lovers.
OPENING NIGHT PROGRAM
Carl St. Clair, Conductor
David Perry, Violin
Copland: Fanfare for the Common
Man
Bruch: Concerto for Violin
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5
Call 668-8397 for ticket information
Tickets: $15 and $10, special discounts
for seniors, students, and children.

Reach 40,000 readers after class,
advertise in
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Carl sLt*ar, Musc Diecor

Cover photo by Julie Hollman

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