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The Michigan Daily

Monday, February 5, 1990

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Paul should
%ave let it be
It was 24 songs into Paul Mc-
Cartney's set. Paul was treating the
Palace to some Fats Domino. I was
restless, so I went to find some food,
notepad in hand, just in case some-
thing interesting happened.
My sarcastic scribblings regard-
ing the concert sparked the curiosity
f a bored Palace worker. "What's
at for?" she asked.
"I'm reviewing this show for the
Michigan Daily."
"Of course it's going to be a
glowing report," she said.
I winced in pain.

"Oh, you're being objective?"
Perhaps Russ Gibb was only be-
ing subjective when he made the
"Paul is Dead" proclamation. But
Friday night at the Palace, the music
of McCartney and company was
about as alive as any of the animal
automatons at Disneyworld. Con-
stant sanctimonious smiles, laser
lights, and $28.50 tickets con-
tributed to the Disney atmosphere.
Before the concert, a movie
showing Paul's devolution through-
out the years was met with occa-
sional cheers from the sold-out
crowd. The film braced the audience
for the saccharine show by juxtapos-
ing images of McCartney's perfor-

mances with the Beatles and Wings
and Michael Jackson with footage of
coffee achievers like Neil Armstrong
doing his thing.
Later, during Paul's trilogy of
monumental piano/orchestral Beatles
songs - "The Long and Winding
Road," "Let It Be," and "Hey Jude"
- the lasers were retired as the audi-
ence created an old-fashioned Zippo
light show. The concert was pre-
dictable down to the last song -
"The End." Of course it would have
been ridiculous to expect the Beatles,
but it was even more ridiculous that
22,000 people bought into McCart-
ney's illusions.
Okay, so I'm being a curmud-
geon. But face it: the show was a
sham, kept afloat by the pomposity
of Paul, the dollars of an audience
for whom the Beatles are only a
memory kept alive by classic rock
radio cadavers, and the advertising
dollar of Visa. Give me Ringo's
wine coolers any time.
-Greg Baise

Musical greats
return to life
Last Friday at EMU's Pease Au-
ditorium, a fissure opened in the
time spectrum and through it came
six of the greatest female voices
blues and jazz have known. Ma
Rainey, Bessie Smith, Ethel Waters,
Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington,
Mahalia Jackson - they were all
there, each with their own right to
sing the blues. That they did with all
the emotion of their troubled lives.
In The Late, Great Ladies of
Blues and Jazz the legends were
reincarnated by the show's creator,
Sandra Reaves-Phillips. In this one-
woman show, which originated off-
Broadway, Reaves-Phillips gave
glimpses of these artists through
short monologues, dancing and cos-
tumes, but mainly through bellow-
ing, caressing, hand-clapping songs.
Instead of telling their life sto-
ries, Reaves-Phillips had the charac-

ters speak with the audience and pro-
vide glimpses of their lives: Bessie
Smith's alcoholism, Holliday's drug
use, Washington's multiple hus-
bands. The mixture of monologues
and singing blended well, with the
theme and emotion of a character's
revelation frequently extending into a
song. After delivering confessions
about being alone, Waters drew
strength from a moving spiritual
hymn; Holiday's talk of hope for
children in the world was restated in
her "God Bless the Child."
Reaves-Phillips took on the char-
acters with high energy and with a
powerful voice - the auditorium is
probably still resonating from her
more than ample moves during
Smith's "Shake Your Thang." The
highlight of the show was her emo-
tional portrayal of Billie Holiday.
Imitating her raspy voice, Reaves-
Phillips presence told the story of
Holiday's deterioration by drugs bet-
ter than anything she could have

said, and "Solitude" became a per-
sonal declaration of loneliness and
despair.
Apart from a few sound system
difficulties and Reaves-Phillips'
clich6d attempts at getting one side
of the auditorium to out-yell the
other,,.she proved that she is capable
of providing some sweet entertain-
ment on this bitter Earth.
-Brent Edwards
Scott-Heron's
storm is chilly
Reversing a current trend in his
music, and in African American mu-
sic as a whole, Gil Scott-Heron's
first show at the Ark on Saturday
night was decidedly non-political.
Instead, Scott-Heron concentrated on
the climate, or in his words, the
"vibemosphere."
In his typical Lenny Bruce meets
Langston Hughes-style opening ad-
See REVIEW, page 7

The Calendar
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MONDAY
FEBRUARY "5

Tae kwon do Club-Mtg (beginners welcome), 7-8:30 pm, 2275 CCRB, 677-
3135.
Christian Sci Organization-Mtg with readings, 6:15 pm, Mich League.
Canterbury House-Lesbian-gay men's community open house, 8:45 pm, 218
N Division, 665-0606.
Northwalk-North campus safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, Bursley Rm 2333
or 763-WALK.
Safewalk-Safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, UGLi Rm 102 or 936-1000.
AI Lab-Lecture, "A Qualitative Physics Sampler," K Frobus, 4 pm, EECS 1500,
747-1761.
*HRD-Wkshps: POP Session 1: The U-M Job Market, noon-1 pm, Mich League
Rms 4 & 5; African-American & Anglo Communication & Culture Seminar:
Part I, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, loc tba; 764-7410.
*Comput Ctr-Wkshps: dBASE IV, Part 1, 8:30am-12:30 pm; Monday
Programmers' Seminars, 7-9 pm; Begin Word, Part 2 (Mac), 1-4 pm; Intro to
TEXTEDIT, 1-3 pm; 3001 SEB; Comput Netwk Tech, 10 am-noon, 4212 SEB;
reg req, 763-3700.
*ICLE-Course, "Estate Planning with Revocable Grantor Trusts," 9 am-5 pm,
1020 Greene St, reg req, 764-0533.
Near East & N Afr Stds-Ottoman Hist Wkshp, "Intro to the Archives on the
Ottoman Empire," S Hanioglu, 7 pm, LSA Rm 4050; brown-bag lec,
"Fundamentals of Israeli Consciousness," A Komem, noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm; 747-0350.
Slavic Lang & Lit-Lecture, Lina Kostenko, 7-8:30 pm, 2231 Angell Hall,
764-5355.
Sch Music-Composers Forum, 8 pm, RH; Campus Chamber Orchestra, 8 pm,
Hill Aud; 763-4726.
Univ Hosp-Volunteer Info mtg, 7-8 pm, Univ Hosp Rm 2C108, 936-4327
Women's Research Club-Lectures, "Gender and Sexuality in Florentine
Renaissance Palaces," P Simons & "Trying to Muzzle the Hounds: Exploring
the Permissible Limits of Freedom of Speech on Campus," E K Cole, 7:30 pm,
Rackham Amphi, 663-8768.
Tau Beta P-Free tutoring in lower level math, sci & engr courses, 8-10 pm,
UGLi Rm 307.
Hillel-Israel's Culture & Politics as Reflected in Its Popular Music: Avi Hadari,
7t30 pm, 1429 Hill St, 769-0500.
Mich Intl Politic Econ Grp-Lecture, "Explaining Radical Economic Policy
Change in Japan: The Case of the US-Japan Beef and Citrus Trade Deal," A
Porges, 8 pm, Rackham W Lee Rm
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Handbell Choir, 8:30 pm, 1511 Washtenaw, 663-
5560.
Near East Stds- -Lecture, "The Scripturalization of the Cult in the Second
TemplePeriod: the Case of the Purification (hata't) Offering," G Anderson, 4
pm, 3050 Frieze.
Career Plan & Place-Job Search lec, 4:10-5 pm, 1250 CCRB; Opportunities
in Social Change, 5:10-6 pm, CP&P Lib; 764-7460.
TUESDAY
FEBRUARY 6
German Lang & Lit-Informal gathering, Kaffeestunde, 4-5:30 pm, MLB 3rd fl
Conf Rm, 764-8018.
WCBN/Lesbian & Gay Radio Collec-Public affairs talk show, "Closets
are for Clothes," 6-6:30 pm, 883 FM, 763-3500 or 3501.
LaGROC (Lesbian & Gay Men's Rights Organizing Committee)-
Mtg, 7:30 pm, Mich Union Rm 3100, 763-4186.
Iranian Sdt Cultural Club-Mtg, a non-political, non-religious group, 7:45
pm, Mich League, 662-8933.
Northwalk-North campus safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, Bursley Rm 2333
or 763-WALK.
Safewalk-Safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, UGLi Rm 102 or 936-1000.
*Alumni Assoc--Lecture, "Give Us This Day Our Daily Wit," M McBride,
10:30 am, Mendelssohn Thtre 973-1384 or 426-5867.
CRLT-TA Wkshp, "Lecturing and Explaining," 6:30-9:30 pm, 109 E Madison,
reg req, 763-0162.
Ctr Chinese Stds-Brown-bag lec, "Ming, Qing, and Current Views of the
Miao," N Diamond, noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm, 936-1603.
Engr-Colloq, "Modeling and Control of Metal Cutting Processes," A G Ulsoy,
3:30-5 pm, 1200 EECS; Lecture, "Global Changes, Effects as Seen from the
Physical Scientist's View," T M Donahue, 7:30 pm, Chrysler Ctr Rm 165;
Lecture, "Global Changes, Effects as Seen from the Social Scientist's View," H
K Jacobson, 9 pm, Chrysler Ctr Rm 165; 763-5666.
Visit Writers Series-Poetry reading, R Hass, 4 pm, Rackham Amphi.
Faculty Women's Club-Mtg of Brd of Director, 9-11 am, Inglis House.
Gifts of Art-Jazz & Contemporary Dance, Jazz Dance Thtre, 2 pm, Univ Hosp
Lobby 1st fl, 936-ARTS.
*HRD-Wkshps: How to Live with the Space We Have, 9 am-noon; Supervision
Skills for Ofc Stf, 1-4:30 pm; Women: For Your Safety-Adventure Spirit
Training, 5:30-9:30 pm; 1111 Kipke Dr; Grant Seeking, 1:30-4:30 pm, ISR
Rm 1340; reg req, 764-7410
*Comput Ctr-Wkshps: MS-DOS Basic Skills lec/demonstration, 1-3 pm, 611
Church St; MTS Editor Patterns Part 1, 1-3 pm; MTS Editor Patterns Part 2, 3-
5 pm; Cricket Graph Basic Skills, 1-4 pm; Begin Word, Part 1 (IBM PC &
Compatibles), 8:30 am-12:30 pm; HyperCard Scripting, Part 2, 9 am-noon;
3001 SEB; Comput Conf lec/demonstration, 7-8:30 pm, MLB Aud 3; reg req,
763-3700.
Inst Humanities-Brown-bag lec, "Disciplinary Perspectives of Thinking and
Writing,".B Morris, noon, 1524 Rackham; Demonstration, "New Computer
Music Excerpts," J Barriere, 4 pm, 1524 Rackham; 936-3518.
Mich Union-Concert of the Month Baritone T Young with S Gathman8 nm. I

Women's Rugby-Practice (rookies welcome), 8-10 pm, the Coliseum, 995-
0129.
WEDNESDAY
FEBRUARY 7
WCBN-Radio talk show, "Womyn's Rites and Rhythms," 6-6:30 pm.
AIESIC-General mtg, 6 pm, Bus Admin Bldg Rm 1273, 764-2906.
Tae kwon do Club-Mtg (beginners welcome), 7-8:30 pm, 2275 CCRB, 677-
3135.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church-Bible study, 6:30 pm; worship, 7:30-8:30
pm; 801 S Forest, 668-7622.
MSA-Intl Sdt Affrs Commission mtg, 6:15 pm, Intl Ctr Rec Rm, 663-4547.
Canterbury House-Service, "Women Worshipping in the Christian Tradition,"
7 pm, 218 N Division, 665-0606.
Northwalk-North campus safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, Bursley Rm 2333
or 763-WALK.
Safewalk-Safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, UGLi Rm 102 or 936-1000.
Linguistics-Colloq, "Features of Priestly Sanskrit," 4 pm, 3050 Frieze.
Tau Beta Pi-Free tutoring in lower level math, sci & engr courses, 8-10 pm,
UGLi Rm 307.
Chem-Seminars, "Lanthanides in Organic Synthesis," M Rozema, 4 pm, Rm
1640; "One Ion Source-Many Solutions," T Covey, 4 pm, Rm 1650.
Civil Engr-Seminar, "Numerical Simulation of Soil-Vapor Extraction
Systems," K Rathfelder, 12:30-1:30 pm, 2305 GG Brown, 763-1464.
Comparative Lit-Lecture, "Theory and History in Girodet's "Sleep of
Endymion", T Crow, 8 pm, Rackham E Conf Rm, 764-0112.
U-M Dearborn-Films beg, "Dead Calm" and "A Clockwork Orange," 7:30 pm,
Rec & Organization Ctr, 593-5390.
Hillel-Consider Mass Mtg, 7 pm, Mich Union Pond Rm, 995-9185; Jewish
Peace Lobby, 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill St, 769-0500.
*Film & Video Stds-Lecture, "Rin-Tin-Tin in Berlin: American Film Interests
in the Weimar Film Industry," J-C Horak, 4 pm, Rackham W Conf Rm; Film
screening, 7 pm, Angell Hall Aud C; 764-0147.
*HRD-Wkshps: Intro to Career Planning, 8:30 am-noon; The Art of Diplomacy:
Saying "No" with Ease, 9 am-noon; Stress Control for Mgrs, 1-4 pm;
Supervision Skills for Ofc Stf, 1-4:30 pm; 1111 Kipke Dr, reg req, 764-7410.
*Comput Ctr-Wkshps: Intro to TEXTEDIT, 1-3 pm, 3001 SEB; Comput Netwk
Tech, 10 am-noon, 4212 SEB; reg req, 763-3700.
Kinesiology-Seminar, "Creating a Wellness EnvirLonment Implementing
Wellness Programs and Curricula," N Schmottlach, 12:10-1 pm, Dental Sch
Rm 1033, 763-0498.
Sdts of Objectivism-Business mtg, 8 pm, Dominick's, 996-4141.
Slavic Lang & Lit-Lecture, Lina Kostenko, 7-8:30 pm, 2231 Angell Hall,
764-5355.
SNR-Lecture, "Restoring A Regional Heritage: The Use of Native Vegetation in
Landscape Design," G Wilhelm, 5 pm, 1046 Dana Bldg.
Univ Age Concerns Council-Lunch/discuss, "Washtenaw County Council
on Aging:" A Resource for All," N Orel, noon-1:30 pm, Mich League Mich
Rm, 998-7080 or 764-3425.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Choir rehearsal, 7:30 pm; Holden Village Vespers, 9
pm; 1511 Washtenaw, 663-5560.
*Univ Musical Soc-Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, 8 pm, Hill Aud, 763-
TKTS.
U-M Flint-Visit Writers Series, H Hadhubuti, 7 pm, UCEN KIVA, 762-3200.
Career Plan & Place-Summer Job Search, 6:10-7 pm, CP&P Lib; Advertising
Careers: A Professional Point of View, 2:10-3 pm, Mich Union Kuenzel Rm;
Writing & Formatting Your Resume on Comput, 7:10-8:30 pm, East Quad;
764-7460.
THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 8
Socially Active Latino Sdt Assoc-General mtg, 7:30 pm, Angell Hall Rm
221, 973-1161.
Northwalk-North campus safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, Bursley Rm 2333
or 763-WALK.
Safewalk-Safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, UGLi Rm 102 or 936-1000.
Tau Beta P-Free tutoring in lower lev.el math, sci & engr courses, 8-10 pm,
UGLi Rm 307.
Arch & Urban Plan-Lecture, "Designing for Diversity: City Planning and
Political Reform in Chicago in the 80s," E Hollander, 8 pm, Chrysler Aud,
764-1301.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op-Films, "Jacques Lacan," 7 pm; "Freud," 8:15 pm;
MLB 4, 769-7787.
CRLT-TA Wkshp, "Preparing Graphics for Instructional & Professional
Presentations," 7-9:30 pm, Angell Courtyard Comput Classrm #444A, reg req,
763-0162.
Engr-Seminar, "Mathematics of Modems," R Calderbank, 4-5:30 pm, 1200
EECS, 763-5666.
Evol & Human Behav Prog-Lecture, "Growth and Mortality-Risk Tradeoffs:
Implications for Ontogenetic Shifts in Ecology," E Werner, 4 pm, Rackham E
Lec Rm, 936-2526.
Visit Writers Series-Fiction reading, C See, 5 pm, Mich Union Pendleton
Rm.
U-M Flint-Lecture, "Media Stereotypes Versus Realities of American
Minorities," R Chrisman, 2:30 pm, Classrm-Ofc Bldg Rm 207, 762-3353;
Brown-bag lec, "Affirmative Action at U-M-Flint-How are We Doing?" A
Hamilton, Superior Rm, 762-3085.
Hillel-Israel Info Days, 10 am-4 pm, 1429 Hill St; Happy Hr, 5-8 pm,
Dominick's; Jewish Spiritual Traditions, 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill St; 769-0500.
*HRD-Wkshps: Writing it Right, Part I: Grammar, 8:30 am-noon; Managing
Performance Improvement, 8:30 am-noon; Women: For Your Safety-Adventure
Spirit Training, 5:30-9:30 pm; 1111 Kipke Dr, reg req, 764-7410.
*Comput Ctr-Wkshps: Intro to Comput, 10 am-noon, 611 Church St; MS-DOS
for Hard Disk Users, 9 am-noon; dBASE III PLUS/dBASE IV, Part 2, 1-5 pm;
Course of Action Basic Skills, 8:30 am-12:30 pm; 3001 SEB; reg req, 763-
3700.
Intl Ctr-Discussion, "Friendship or Romance: How Do You Tell? Stages in the
Dating Process in the US," noon, Intl Ctr, 747-2303.
*ICLE-Course, "Choice of Business Entity for New and Operating Businesses,"
noon-5 pm, 1020 Greene St, reg req, 764-0533.
Med Chem-Seminar, "Discovery and Structure Relationships of a New Series of
Heterocyclic HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors," B Roth, 4 pm, 3554 CC Little.
Mus Anthropology-Brown-bag lec, "Prehistoric Maize: What to do and what
not to do with it," S Dunavan, noon-1 pm, Nat Sci Mus Rm 2009, 764-0485.
Mich Union-Arts at Mid-day, Electronic Music Compositions, S M Newby,

Vision Lunch-Seminar, "Regeneration of Optic Nerve," S Easter, 12:20 pm,
2055 MHRI, 764-0573.
Career Plan & Place-Intro to CP&P, 4:30-5 pm, CP&P Lib; Employer
Presentation: First National Bank of Chicago, 7-9 pm, Mich Union Wolverine
Rm; 764-7460.
FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 9
Caribbean Sdt Assoc-Happy Hour, 6-10 pm, Mich Union Rm 1209, 764-
5040 or 769-2703.
Tae kwon do Club-Mtg (beginners welcome), 6-8 pm, 1200 CCRB, 677-
3135.
Lesbian-Gay Male Prog-Mtg, "Black Gay Men Together," 8 pm, Mich
Union Rm 3200, 763-4186.
Safewalk-Safety walking svc, 8-11:30 pm, UGLi Rm 102 or 936-1000.
Anthropology-Colloq, "The Battle of Senses: A Study in Eclectical
Semantics," 4 pm, 4560 LS&A.
Astron-Lecture, "The Cosmic Quark-Hadron )chase Transition and Primordial
Nucleosynthesis," C Alcock, 4 pm, Dennison Rm 807.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op-Films, "Cruel Story of Youth," 7:30 pm; "The Cool
& the Crazy," 9:15 pm; MLB 4, 769-7787.
*Women's Athlet-Basketball, U-M vs Indiana, 7:30 pm, Crisler Arena, 763-
2159.
CSSEAS-Lecture, "A Visit to Panini's Birthplace," P Hook, 12:10 pm, Lane
Hall Commons Rm.
Copernicus-Lecture, "The Unique Path of Polish Art, Culture, and Politics," T
Chrzanowski, 8 pm, Rackham Amphi, 747-2237.
Engr-Colloqs, R Hull, 3:30 pm, 1504 Dow Connector; "Recent Results in
Plasma Source Ion Implantation," J Conrad, 3:45 pm, White Aud; 763-5666.
EECS-Seminar, "Adaptive Control of Robot Manipulators," M W Walker, 4 pm,
EECS 1200, 747-2045.
Hillel-Grads & Young Professionals Veggie Shabbat Potluck, 7:30 pm, Lawyers
Club, reg req, 769-0500.
Film & Video Stds-Film screening & appearance, St Clair Bourne, 7 pm,
Lorch Hall Aud, 764-0147.
*HRD-Wkshps: Editing Techniques, 10 am-noon; Mail Handling, 8:30 am-2:30
pm; 1111 Kipke Dr, reg req, 764-7410.
*Comput Ctr-Wkshps: MTS Editor Procedures, 1-3 pm; Lotus 1-2-3 Basic
Skills, 8:30 am-12:30 pm; 3001 SEB; Basic Concepts of Data
Communication, 1-4 pm; Intro to Authoring Systems, 10 am-noon; 611
Church St; reg req, 763-3700.
LSA GSTA-Seminar, "Lecturing and Explaining," 3 pm, LSA Rm 4051; Social
hr, 4 pm, Mich Union U Club; 763-0624.
Mus Art-Slide present, M Uhlig, 10 am, Sch Art Rm 2222; Chamber concert, 8
pm, Mus Art.
Philosophy-Lecture, "Propositional Quantification," M Richard, 4 pm, 2408
Mason Hall, 764-6285.
Sch Music-Performance, University Choir & Chamber Choir, 8 pm, Hill Aud;
Concert, Wind Ensemble, 8 pm, Rackham Aud; 763-4726.
*Zen2Buddhist Temple-Intro6Zen Meditation retreat begs, S Sunim, 6:30 pm,
1214 Packard Rd, reg req, 761-6520.
Women's Rugby-Practice (rookies welcome), 7-9 pm, the Coliseum, 995-
0129.
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 10
*Exhib Mus-Planetarium show, "Brightest Stars," 10:30 & 11:30 am, Exhib
Mus, 763-4190.
Safewalk-Safety walking svc, 8-11:30 pm, UGLi Rm .102 or 936-1000.
Asian Sdt Coalition-Collage film series cont, "Sewing Woman," 7 pm;
"Loose Pages Bound," 7:15 pm; "A Great Wall," 8:15 pm; Lorch Hall Aud,
761-2486.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op-Film, "Blue Velvet," 7:30 & 9:40 pm, MLB 3, 769-
7787.
*Women 's Athlet-Indoor Track and Field, "Red" Simmons Invitational, time
tba, Track & Tennis Bldg, 763-2159.
CEW-Wkshp, "You and the Academic Culture," 9 am-12:30 pm, Rackham E Conf
Rm, 998-7080.
Engr-Dr Charles G Overberger Retirement Symposium, 9 am, W H Dow Lab Rm
1 800-Aud, 763-5666.
Hillel-Film, "The Brother from Another Planet," 7 & 9:15 pm, 1429 Hill St,
769-0500.
Film & Video Stds-Informal mtg, St Clair Bourne, 10 am-noon, MLB Lec
Rm 2, 764-0147.
Faculty Women's Club-Dinner Dance, 6:30 pm, Mich League.
Mus Art-Symposium, "Twelve Artists from the German Democratic Republic:
The East German Art Scene," 2-5 pm, Angell Hall Aud B; lecture, "Painting
from the German Democratic Republic," P Selz, 7:30 pm, Angell Hall Aud B;
reception, 8:30-10 pm, Mus Art.
Slavic Lang & Lit-Symposium, "Lina Kostenko, the Poet and the Thinker,"
9 am-noon & 2-5 pm, Rackham Amphi; Poetry reading, 8 pm, Rackham
Amphi; 764-5355.
*RLSC-Saturday Write sessions beg, 10 am-noon, 1610 Washtenaw, reg req,
998-7195.
SUNDAY
FEBRUARY 11
Wels Lutheran Campus Ministry-Worship svc, 10 am, 1360 Pauline Rd,
transport provided, 662-0663 or 761-6362.
*Ballroom Dance Club-Dance lesson, 6-7 pm, dancing, 7-9 pm, 3275
CCRB ($1 with CCRB pass), 668-8423.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church-Worship, 10 am, 801 S Forest, 668-7622.
Univ Reformed Church-Worship, 10:30 am, 1101 E Huron, 662-3153.
Canterbury House-Holy Eucharist, 5 pm, St Andrew's Episcopal Church;
dinner, 6 pm, 218 N Division; 665-0606.
Iranian Sdt Culture Club-Coffee hr & movie, 2-4 pm; Persian lang classes,
4-6 pm; 3050 Frieze, 662-8933.
Northwalk-North campus safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, Bursley Rm 2333
or 763-WALK.
Safewalk-Safety walking svc, 8 pm-1:30 am, UGLi Rm 102 or 936-1000.
Women's Athlet-Basketball, U-M vs Ohio State, 5 pm, Crisler Arena; Tennis,
U-M vs Miami of Ohio, 11 am, Track & Tennis Bldg; 763-2159.
Eclipse Jazz-Java & Jazz Coffeehouse. Eddie Russ Duo. 4-7 pm. Mich Union

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