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October 27, 1989 - Image 23

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THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday: Private Sector, modern
dance-oriented R&B
Saturday: The Whiptones, R&B
and soul
THE ARK
(761-1451)
Friday: Laketown Buskers; old-
time music
Saturday: James Keelaghan,
Canadian singer and songwriter
Furthermore IDAY
"Ojibwa Basket Making: The
Tradition Lives On" - exhibit
at the U-M Exhibit Museum open
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Safewalk - Night-time walking
service, Rm. 102 UGLi; 8 to
11:30 p.m.; 936-1000
Employer Presentation - Don-
aldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, noon-1
in the Union Pond Rm.
Senior Portraits - 8:30-5 at the
UGLi's 2d floor; no appointments
necessary
Internship Openings for winter
semester - at the Student Orga-
nization Development Center; call
763-5900
Pound House Children's Cen-
ter Benefit Book Sale - just
mention to a cashier at Border's
Book Store Pound House when
making a purchase and the center
will receive 21% for its library
Evolution and Human Behav-
ior Program - Kristen Hawkes
of the U of Utah discusses "Sex
Differences in 'Sharing' and their
Association with the 'Division' of
Labor Among Modern Hunter
Gathers..."; 4 p.m. in Mason Rm.
t 429
ROTC Haunted House - 7
p.m. to 1 a.m. at North Hall; pro-
ceeds to UNICEF and Mott's
Children's Hospital; $2
PERM PACK PLUS
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BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Happy Hour
with Gail Barker and the Cat's
Meow; regular show Suzanne
Lane and Friends
THE BLIND PIG
(996-8555)
Friday: Frank Allison and the
Odd Sox
CLUB HEIDELBERG
Friday: The Opossums, local
rock band; eclectic style; Jugglers
& Thieves open

Saturday: Shock Therapy, hard-
rock
CUB'S AC
(665-4475)
Friday & Saturday: dancing with
a DJ
THE EARLE
(994-0211)
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: Jeanne and
the Dreams, danceable R&B, mo-
town etc.
MAINSTREET COMEDY
SHOWCASE
(996-9080)
Friday & Saturday: John Riggi;
$10
U-CLUB
Friday: New Music Dance Party
Saturday: Reggae Night

"Henri Vever: Islamic Art and
the Politics of Taste" - Dr.
Glenn Lowry, Curator of Near
Eastern Art at the Smithsonian's
Sackler Gallery and Freer Gallery;
4:30 p.m.; Angell Aud.D
Overeaters' Anonymous -
noon to 1 p.m. in the 3d. Floor of
the Union.
SATURDAY
"Brightest Stars"/"Earth Visi-
tors" - U-M Exhibit Museum
Planetarium; the two audiovisual
shows are held at 10:30 & 11:30
a.m. ("Brightest Stars") and 2,3 &
4 p.m. ("Earth Visitors"); at the
U-M Exhibit Museum.
Safewalk - Night-time walking
service, Rm. 102 UGLi; 8 to
11:30 p.m.; 936-1000
Halloween Dance - sponsored
by Asian American Association
and the Korean Students Associa-
tion; 9:30-1:30; Trotter House; $4
Halloween Party - 9 p.m. to ?;
at the Dance Gallery Studio; $10
donation to the Gallery Founda-
tion
"Ojibwa Basket Making: The
Tradition Lives On" - See Fri-
day's listing.
"Autumn Stars" - a look at
the current night sky in the U-M
planetarium; shows at 10:30 and
11:30 a.m.; $1.50; at the U-M
Exhibit Museum

"Earth Visitors" - looks at the
kinds of objects which have and
may have visited the earth from
space; at 2,3 and 4 p.m.; ages 5
and up; $2; at the U-M Exhibit
Museum
"Earth Visitors" - See Satur-
day's listing.
Safewalk - night-time walking
service; Rm. 102 UGLi; 8 p.m. to
1:30 a.m.; 936-1000
Saalam-Shalom - Middle-East
dialogue group; 7 p.m. in the
Union
Northwalk - North campus
night-time safety walking service;
Rm. 2333 Bursley; 8 p.m. to 1:30
a.m.; or call 763-WALK
Michigan Student Assembly
Health Issues Commission -4
p.m. in Union Rm. 3909
Residential College Writers'
Meeting - 2 p.m. in East
Quad's Green Lounge
Turner Lecture Series - Larry
Benson speaks on "Chronology
and Cause of Expansion and Cr
traction of Great Basin Lakes dur-
ing the Late Quaternary"; 4 p.m.
in Chem 1640
Chess Club - 1-5 p.m. in the
Michigan League
Coalition for Democracy in
Latin America - open house;
12-5 p.m.; Union Rm. 419
"Ojibwa Basket Making: The
Tradition Lives On" - See Fri-
day's listing.

FRIDAY
"Step Right Up" - Patricia
Plasko, choreographer/dancer pre-
sents a concert of six works; at the
Trueblood Theater; $8 adults, $6
for students; 8 p.m.
Phoebe Neville - Dance Bldg; 8
p.m.; call 763-5460
SATURDAY
"Step Right Up" - Patricia
Plasko, choreographer/dancer pre-
sents a concert of six works; at the
Trueblood Theater; $8 adults, $6
for students; 8 p.m.
Maxwell street Klezmer Band
- 8:15 at the Irwin Green Aud.,
Hillel; Chicago-style blues; ad-
mission includes hors d'oeuvres,
dessert & beverage; $18 and $10
for students and seniors; call 769-
0500
SUNDAY
"Step Right Up" - Patricia
Plasko, choreographer/dancer pre-
sents a concert of six works; at the
Trueblood Theater; $8 adults, $6
for students; 8 p.m. and 2 p.m.
Michigan Chamber Players
Series - 8 p.m. in the School of
Music's Recital Hall; free;
Mozart, Beethoven etc.
Ann Arbor Cantata Singers -4
p.m. at the First Congregational
Church (S. State); $10

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Above Steve's Ice Cream
663-7012

No Appointment
Necessary!

RUFF HEWN
T H E F A T H E R O F T R U E A M E R I C A N W E A R.

Ruff Hewin draws inspiration for its Autumn/Winter 1989 collection for men
and women from the rugged lifestyle of the great mountain camps from '
the Adirondaks along the Blue Ridge to the Great Smoky Mountains. The spirit
of adventure is epitomized in this "Ruff, outdoor America look.
Warm wool is woven into one of the "must have"jackets of the season-the
Navaho-inspired blanket jacket which sports a soft, leather-lined collar and

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