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dant in laughs and outrageousness.
The roots of Monty Python were
planted here.
LOOK WHO'S TALKING
(1989) Aud A 9:00
A special showing of the new
John Travolta film, featuring the
voice of Bruce Willis. That's all we
know.
WHO FRAMED ROGER RAB-
BIT (Robert Zemeckis, 1988)
Mich Th. 5:00

The movie that sent the film
world reeling last year is a techno-
logical dynamo of animation-live
action mixing. Bob Hoskins stars
in the spy films spoof which also
features legends like Bugs Bunny,
Betty Boop, and Mickey Mouse.
Fun for everyone.
THE CROWD (King Vidor,
1928) Mich Th. 7
Who hasn't called this one of
the greatest silent films of all time.
The classic drama of the few happy

and many not-so-happy days of a
hard-luck couple. With live organ
accompaniment.
STOP MAKING SENSE
(Jonathan Demme, 1984) Mich Th.
9:10
The highly acclaimed rock
movie takes a very unique look at a
very unique band, the Talking
Heads. For lovers of David Byrne
and oversized suits, this is a must.
-Tony Silber

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Music
John Lee Hooker revs up the blues.
Film
Strong acting marks In Country, Johnny Handsome.
Features
Daily Editor-in-chief reflects on Israel.
Cover Story
The abortion battle goes to the Supreme Court.
The List
What's happening in and around Ann Arbor.1
Above, pro-choice advocates converged in Lansing at a
rally for abortion rights. See Cover Story, Page 8.
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THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: Rubber Pen, blues band
Saturday: The Whip, blues and
rhythm and blues
THE ARK
(761-1451)
Friday: John McCutcheon on the
hammer dulcimer; shows at 7:30
and 10
Saturday: Gamble Rogers, comic
and guitarist
Saturday: Cherish the Ladies (an
all women Irish group performing
traditional Irish and dance)
performs at 7:30 and 10
PerformalCes
FRIDAY
Celtic Harp House - local
harper Laurel Emrys plays Celtic
harp music, also singing and sto-
rytelling, tickets are $6; call 665-
5579 for more information
UM Wind Ensemble - Program
to be announced; 8 p.m. at
Rackham Lecture Hall; admission
fire
Lafayette String Quartet - fea-
tures works that incorporate popu-
lar Scottish melodies; following
the concert visitors may view the
museum's current exhibit of pho-
tographs from Scotland; a part of
the UM Museum of Art Chamber
Concerts Series; 8 p.m. at the
Museum of Art; call 763-1231 for
ticket information
"Hamletmachine" - T h e
University Players present Heiner
Mueller's interpretation of a
postmodern "Hamlet"; 8 p.m. at
the Trueblood Theater; $5 for stu-
dents, $7 for non-students
"Trane Beyond the Blues" -

8 p.m. at the Performance
Network, a celebration of Jazz
great John Coltrane written by an
Ann Arborite;tickets $9 (students
& seniors $6); call 663-0681
"A Lie of the Mind" - the
award-winning play by Sam
Shepard will be performed at the
Ann Arbor Civic Theater at 8
p.m.; tickets are $6; 662-7282
"Code Red" Improvisational
comedy - 10 area comics per-
form at the Heidelberg Restaurant;
8:30 p.m.; $6
Dance Jam at the People
Dancing Studio - an alternative
to the bar scene; smoke-free and
no alcohol; begins at 10 p.m. at
the People Dancing Studio; $2
donation
SATURDAY
Croissant Concert - music for
flute and piano with Detroit
Symphony Orchestra flutist
Jeffrey Zook and pianist Michele
Cooker; program includes

BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Ron Brooks
Trio, straight-ahead jazz
THE BLIND PIG
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Friday: The Urbations, rock and
rhythm and blues
Saturday: Scott Morgan,
traditional rock; The Cult Heroes
open
DEL RIO
(761-2530)
Sunday: Paul Vornhagen and
Rick Burgess & Friends
THE EARLE

Mozart's Sonata in C; croissants,
juice and coffee served; 11 a.m. at
the Kerrytown Concert House; $8;
769-2999 for reservations
"Hamletmachine" - see
Friday's performance listing; 8
p.m.
"Trane: Beyond the Blues" -
see Friday's listing; 8 p.m.
Code Red - see Friday's listing;
8:30 p.m.
SUNDAY
"Hamletmachine" - see
Friday's listing; 2 p.m.
The Cassini Ensemble - local
chamber ensemble opens its sea-
son at 2 p.m. in the Kerrytown
Concert House; $8 & 12 (students
and seniors, $5)
"Trane: Beyond the Blues" -
see Friday's listing; 3 p.m.
"The Fisherman and His
Wife" - The Goodtime Players
present an original musical com-
edy based on the fairy tale; an in-
troduction to theater for children;
2-3 p.m. at Stone School Aud.,
2800 Stone School Rd.; $4 for
adults, $3 for children

(994-0211)
Friday & Saturday: The Rick
Burgess Trio, mellow jazz
THE NECTARINE
(994-5436) Friday & Saturday:
pop music with DJ Roger
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Friday : The Hun Tunes, rock
Saturday: The Chisel Brothers,
rhythm and blues
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE
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Friday & Saturday : Jack
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FRIDAY
"What is Narrative
Architecture?" - James Wines,
'founder of SITE Projects, Inc.
speaks at 5:30 p.m. in the
Mendelssohn Theater
"Marketing Violence for
Children" - The Guild House
noon forum features a talk by
Pound House Children's Center

Exec. Dir. Joan Horton; noon at
the Guild House
"A Knowledge System
Environment for Natural
Resource Management" - an
artificial intelligence seminar at
School of Natural Resources at
noon
"Womyn's Afternoon Tea" -
happy hour alternative sponsored
by the Women's Crisis Center/U-
M Lesbian Programs Office; 5:30-

7 p.m. at the First Congregational
Church (213 N. Emmet)
Impact Jazz Dance Auditions
- auditions for the student-run
dance troupe (aimed at begin-
ners/intermediates) are from 6-8
p.m. in the CCRB Dance Rm.
Shorin Ryu Karate Club - 8:30
p.m. at the CCRB; beginners wel-
come
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service, seven days a week, 102
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Weekend/October 6,1989

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