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" Facials
" Massage
" Hydrotherapy
" Body Wrap
" Hair
" Nails
" Beauty Waxing
" Gift Certificates

Three films in one. The first is
about a dancer who tries to hide his
age through his dancing; the second
concerns the relationship between a
painter and his model; and the third
tells' of a town which nearly
collapses after the local brothel
Bars adCus
THE APARTMENT LOUNGE
(769-4060)
Friday & Saturday: Glass, 7-
piece party band
THE ARK
(761-1451)
Friday: RFD Boys, bluegrass
quintet
Saturday: Don Cherry and Ed
Blackwell
BIRD OF PARADISE
(662-8310)
Friday & Saturday: Information
not available at press time
THE BLIND PIG

SCARECROW (Rolan Bykov,
1982) Hillel 7:00
A touching film about the often
cruel inter-relationships amongst
children. The story concerns Lena
and her 6th grade classmates who

(996-8555)
Friday : The Difference, original
pop
Saturday: Jeanne and the Dreams,
R&B and motown
CLUB HEIDELBERG
Friday: Map of the World, rock
and country
Saturday: Holy Cows, party 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: Kid Creole and the Co-
conuts - new wave big-band;
$17.50 tickets in advance at the
Nectarine or Union ticket office
Saturday: Top-40 Dance Party
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE
(996-2747)
Friday & Saturday: Kenny Neal,
blues harpist
U-CLUB
(763-2236)
Friday: New Music Dance Party
Saturday: Reggae Night

refer to her as scarecrow. In Russian
with subtitles.
A TAXING WOMAN'S
RETURN (Juzo Itami, 1988) Mich
Th. 9:00
See Saturday's listing.
-Tony Silber

See, Experience And Feel The Difference
We Call It Beauty, Fashion And Wellness.
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BEAUTY SPA
996-5585
206 S. Fifth Avenue (next to the Ann Arbor Theater)

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Music
Kid Creole and the Coconuts go bananas.
Film
Christmastime brings childrens' movies.
Cover Story
An inside look at the Michigan Mandate.
Feature
Alex talks Turkey from Turkeyville, USA.
The List
What's happening in and around Ann Arbor.1
President Duderstadt heralds "the Michigan Mandate,"
his plan for increased minority student and faculty
recruitment.
Editors............................................................................................................A lyssa Lustigm an
Andrew Mills
G raphics Editor..................................................................................................... M iguel C ruz
Business Manager........................ ...David Edinger
Sales Manager............................ ......................... Jennifer Chappell
Special Sections Coordinator......................................................................Shelly Pleva

FRIDAY
Ann Arbor Dance Works - 8
p.m. at the McIntosh Theatre
"Sweet Collette" & "Down in
the Basement" - Basement Arts
Theater; 5 p.m. in the Frieze Bldg.
Arena Theater
Main Street Area Association
Holiday Music Series - various
local groups perform seasonal mu-
sic on Main Street; 7-11 p.m.
"The Red Shoes" - Pioneer
Theater Guild; 7 p.m. at Pioneer
High; $3 at the door
The Big Show-UM Comedy
Company - 8 p.m. in the
Mendelssohn Theater; $3.50 in
advance at the Union; $4 at the
door
"A Christmas Carol" - Ne-
braska Theater Caravan; 8 p.m. at
the Michigan Theater; $16 in ad-
vance and at the door, 668-8397
"Old Times" - A Nother Pro-
duction; 8 p.m. at the Performance
Network; $9 ,(students & seniors
$7); 663-0681
"The Breadshop" - The Brecht

Company; 8 p.m. at the R.C.
Aud. in East Quad; $7; 744-4354
"Heart of a Dog" - 11 p.m. at
the Performance Network; $9
(students & seniors $6); 663-0681
Wind Ensemble - with Lu
Chang as a flute soloist; 8 p.m. in
Rackham Aud.
SATURDAY
"The Red Shoes" - Pioneer
Theater Guild; 7 p.m. at Pioneer
High; $3 at the door
"Heart of a Dog" - 11 p.m. at
the Performance Network; $9
(students & seniors $6); 663-0681
Handel's "Messiah" - Univer-
sity Musical Society; 8 p.m. at
Hill Aud.; $3-$10 in advance at
Burton Tower and at the door (if
available)
The Big Show-UM Comedy
Company - 8 p.m. in the
Mendelssohn Theater; $3.50 in
advance at the Union; $4 at the
door
Today's Brass Quintet - Kerry-
town Concert House Croissant

Concert; 11 a.m. at the Kerrytown
Concert House; $8; 769-2999
"Sweet Collette" & "Down in
the Basement" - Basement Arts
Theater; 5 p.m. in the Frieze Bldg.
Arena Theater
Ann Arbor Dance Works - 8
p.m. at the McIntosh Theatre
Annual Christmas Carillon
Recital - University Carillon-
neur Margo Halstead performs
Christmas music at the Burton
Tower at 7 p.m.
"Present Laughter" - the Uni-
versity Players present the noel
Coward play; 8 p.m. at the Power
Center; 764-0450
Voice Recital - Jane Wood; 8
p.m. at the School of Music's
Recital Hall
The Entire Well-Tempered
Clavier - Edward Parmentier pre-
sents the Bach piece on the harpsi-
chord; 10am-12pm and 2-5pm at
the University Reformed Church
(1001 E. Huron); audience may
come and go as they please during
the concert; $5 donation for the
local AIDS support group
Friends/Huron Valley is encour-
aged

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Young debutantes, aspiring playwrights, estra
are all making actor Garry Essendine's ife diff
Join in thefun in Noel Coward's witty, sophist
Directed by Philip Kerr
University Players
Power Center
Nov.30, Dec 1 & 2 at8 PM; Dec3 at 2 PM
Tickets are $10 and $7; Student seating is $5
at the LeaguecketOffaCe.

FRIDAY

"Phosphorus Dynamics in
Fresh Water Lakes" - Robert
Heath of Kent State speaks at
noon in Dana 1046
Duplicate Bridge Game - 7:15
in the League Studio Rm.
Protest against the war in El
Salvador - the Latin American
Solidarity Committee will hold a
protest on the Diag at noon and a
funeral procession downtown at
night
Safewalk - Night-time walking
service, Rm. 102 UGLi; 8 to
11:30 p.m.; 936-1000

"Adaptive Control Systems"
- Prof. Y.Z. Tsypkin of the
USSR Academy of Science; 5
p.m. in the Atrium
Photo exhibit of racial violence
in the U.S. - Rm. 3 of East
Engineering; 10-3
Overeaters' Anonymous -
noon to 1 p.m. in the 3d. Floor of
the Union.
Art and Holy Powers in the
Early Christian House - an ex-
hibition of Early Christian Arti-
facts; 9 a.m.-4pm at the Kelsey
Museum
Color National Artists' Book
Project - features artists' books

of more than 200 American
Women of Color; in the Slusser
Gallery; 10a.m.-5 p.m.
Women of Courage: An Exhibi-
tion of Photographs by Judith
Sedwick - portraits of 55 Black
American women; Grad. Library
North Lobby; 8am-5pm
Jules Allen and his works - a
forum; 9:30 a.m. in the Art &
Architecture Rm. 2104
Arpilleras from Peru and Chile
- distinctive fabric wall-hangings
by women from Latin America;
Residential College; 1-5 p.m.
Store Front Churches in De-
troit - Center for Afro-American
and African Studies; 200 W.
Engine.; 8am-5pm

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