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WHO FRAMED ROGER
RABBIT (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.
LOVE ME TONIGHT
(Rouben Mamoulian, 1932) Lorch
7:00
Some call this the greatest
musical ever made. Maurice
Chevalier plays the lonely tailor

who falls for the beautiful princess
(Jeanette MacDonald). Along the
way they sing some memorable
numbers that will keep you
humming all the way home.
WHITE BIRD WITH BLACK
SPOT (Yuri Llyenko) Hillel 8:30
Drama about two brothers with
opposing views, set in Romania on
the eve of World War II. Director
Lleyenko acheived international
fame as the cinematographer for
Paradjanov's Shadows of Foreign
Ancestors.
BABY, IT'S YOU (John
Sayles, 1983) Aud A 7 & 9

Roseanne Arquette and Vincent
Spano star in the classic middle
class Jewish girl meets working
class Italian Catholic boy story. Set
in a 1960 New Jersey neighborhood
where Spano is known as The
Shiek, the two live out their
romance throughout the turbulent
high school years.
HOMAGE T O CHAGALL
(Harry Rasky, 1977) Hillel 7 &
9:15
A visual film tributing the work
of the great 20th Century master,
Marc Chagall. The Russian-born
painter's work is shown in an
innovative round the world
exhibition. Also includes a rare
interview with the artist.
-Tony Silber

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OPEN EVERY NIGHT THRU Oct.31
7:00 - 11:00 pm
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left on Merritt -1 1/2 miles
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IF MY FRIENDS COULD
SEE ME NOW!
THE GREAT SONGS OF CY COLEMAN
Directed by Brent Wagner
Choreographed by Tim Millett
Musical Direction by Jerry DePuit
Conducted by Edward Sarath

Above, speech cards from President Johnson's "Great
Society" address, which he gave 25 years ago at the
University. See story, Page 8.
Film
Tom Selleck acts serious in An Innocent Man.
Music
The Red Hot Chilli Peppers spice up the stage.
Features
Head home again with Alex About Town.
Cover Story
LBJ and the Great Society
The List
What's happening in and around Ann Arbor. 1 4

THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: Luna Park; local quartet
plays original contemporary rock;
4:30 -8:30 p.m. and The Conquer-
roots Blues Band, blues and blues-
rock band
Saturday: Idyll Roomers, local
rock and blues band
Sunday: Blues Jam
THE ARK
(761-1451)
Friday: The RFD Boys; blue-
grass; 8 p.m.
Saturday: Lou and Peter Berry-
man; funny songwriting; 8 p.m.
BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Terformar1Ces
FRIDAY
The Uptown String Quartet -
all-female ensemble; free concert
as part of King/Parks/Chavez Vis-
iting Professor Program; 8 p.m.
in the Recital Hall
The U-M Symphony Band - a
varied program of music either
written or transcribed for the band;
8 p.m. at Hill Auditorium; no
charge
"A Lie of the Mind" - the
award-winning play by Sam Shep-
ard will be performed at the Ann
Arbor Civic Theater at 8 p.m.;
tickets are $6; 662-7282
"The Pure of Heart" - 5 p.m.
in Arena Theater; a Basement Arts
Production free
SATURDAY
Claritha Buggs - will perform a
partial re-creation of Marian An-
derson's 1939 Lincoln Memorial

Friday & Saturday: Terry
Lower, Paul Keller, Patty
O'Connor and Pete Siers; jazz; for
happy hour Gail Barker and the
Cat's Meow; jazz
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday & Saturday: Otis Rush;
blues guitar great with back-up by
the Steve Nardella Rock 'n' Roll
Trio; 9:30 p.m.; $8 at the door
only
DEL RIO
(761-2530)
Sunday: Paul Vornhagen and
Rick Burgess & Friends
THE EARLE
(994-0211)

A song and dance extravaganza
featuring music from Barnum,
Sweet Charity, and On the
Twentieth Century, as well as
Coleman's popular hits.

recital at 3 p.m. in Recital Hall.
a part of the American Music In-
stitute symposium
"The Pure of Heart" - 5 p.m.
in Arena Theater; a Basement Arts
Production free
U-M Symphony Band - Schle-
icher conducts the Band in a typi-
cal; a part of the American Music
Institute symposium; 4 p.m. at
the School of Music's McIntosh
Theatre; a part of the American
Music Institute symposium
Contemporary Directions
Ensemble - performing concert
music of 1939; with guest pianist
Steven Silverman; 8 p.m. Rack-
ham Auditorium; a part of the
American Music Institute sympo-
sium '
U-M Jazz Repertory Ensemble
- featuring James Dapogny as
leader and pianist; performing
swing band classics; 10:15 in the
School of Music's McIntosh The-

Friday & Saturday: The Rick
Burgess Trio, mellow jazz
THE NECTARINE
(994-5436) Friday: pop music
with DJ Roger LeLievre
Saturday: Top-40 Dance Party
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday & Saturday : Duke
Tomato; rock and blues band
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE
(996-9080)
Friday: Brian Regen; $12; shows
at 8:30 and 11 p.m.
Saturday: Brian Regen; $12;
shows at 7, 9, and 11 p.m.
U-CLUB
(763-2236)
Schedule not available
SUNDAY
Chanticleer - all-male, a capella
ensemble; 8 p.m. in Rackham
Aud.; Tickets: $10, $14, $18, $20
"Trane: Beyond the Blues" -
see Friday's listing; 6:30 p.m.
Mrythala Salazar (pianist) -
performs several sonatas as well as
other pieces; 4 p.m. at the Kerry-
town Concert House, 415 N. 4 th.
Ave.; tickets are $8 & $12, stu-
dents and seniors for $5; reserva-
tions suggested at 769-5545
Huron Valley Greens Benefit
- an afternoon and evening of
musical entertainment in celebra-
tion of World Food Day; 8 p.m. at
the Ark; $9 minimum donation;
761-1451
Skylark - Ann Arbor Council for
Traditional Music and Dance
House Concert; the local trio fea-
tures a variety of styles; 8 p.m. at
atre; a part of the American Music
Institute symposium
1745 W. Stadium at Alhambra.

Musical Theatre Program,
The Jazz Ensemble
Power Center
October 19, 20, 21 at 8 PM;
October 22 at 2 PM.
Major sponsorship provided by
Digital Equipment Corporation
and Zenith Data Systems.
Additional funding provided by
the Wamer-Lambert Company.
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Furthermore
FRIDAY
Sukkot services and celebra-
tion -6:40 p.m. at Hillel
"Dialectics of Tradition and
Modernity in Muslim Soci-
eties" - the journal Compara-
tive Studies in Society and His-
tory holds a three-day conference;

sessions today will be held from
4-6 p.m. and 8:30-10 p.m. in the
East Conference Rm. of the Rack-
ham Bldg.
Safewalk - Night-time walking
service, Rm. 102 UGLi; 8 to
11:30 p.m.; 936-1000
Friday Evening Study Group of
Rudolph Steiner - group meets

to discuss Rudolf Steiner's lecture
cycle "Planetary Spheres and Their
Influence on Man's Life"
SATURDAY
Ann Arbor Coalition to Defend
Abortion Rights Picket - the
group will picket the state-wide
Right-to-Life Convention; meets
at'the cube at 4 p.m. for directions
and transportation

V Tickets are $10 and $7.
Student seating $5 with ID
at the League Ticket Office.
Call 764-0450.

Cover Photo courtesy the Lyndon Baines Johnson
Library, Austin, Texas

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