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Wage 8- The Michigan Daily- Monday, February 12,1990
M.F.A. grads write
serious comedy
BY JAY PINKA
IF you find refuge in literature, take momentary shelter at Guild House
tonight with Gilda Povola as she reads from her novel-in-progress, Safe
Houses. The novel, about a woman who is detatching herself from an
abusive relationship and a Vietnam vet wineseller who "lost part of his
hand while trying to save a friend... is about remembering, about the
members of our body being re-membered," Povola says.
Povola incorporates humor into Benedict's voice but the comic tone
is backed by the very serious themes of "sex, violence, and religion."
"We tend to think today that between consenting adults, sex is okay,"
says Povola. But Safe Houses refuses to ignore the "many issues of
power" it evokes in relationships. "It's the closest union to the kind of
remembering I'm talking about... but it can go the other way, be evil, be
destructive," says Povola. "The world out there is... sometimes darker
than we think."
Wright says, "I'll be reading from the first chapter of a novel-in-
progress called Lovers, and the chapter is both funny and serious, and
explores the beginnings of a love relationship."
GILDA POVOLA and CATHERINE WRIGHT will read tonight at 8:30
p.m. at Guild House, 802 Monroe.

REVIEW
Continued from page 7
Joel's band abounded with energy
and talent. Former bandmates Lib-
erty DeVitto, who provided solid
drumming, and David Eugene
Brown, who dazzled the audience
with his guitar solos, returned to
back him up. The other members of
the seven-piece outfit faithfully
recreated the recent material and
brought new life to the tracks that
catapulted Joel to stardom.
Throughout the performance, Joel
made dedications to various people
and places. After donning his accor-
dion before playing "The Downeaster
'Alexa'," he related his concern for
Long Island's baymen and for the
"disappearing beauty" of the envi-
ronment. His current single, "I Go
to Extremes" was played for a crew
member who was leaving the tour
after the show to be Madonna's road
manager. On a sadder note, Joel paid
tribute to Del Shannon, who died
last week, leading the band in a rous-
ing rendition of "Runaway."

After an hour-and-a-half set, Joel
and company took the stage for two
encores. Joining them for the first
one was Bob Seger, who sang very
mediocre vocals on "Old Time Rock
'n' Roll." Joel then returned to the
center of attention on "Big Shot,"
livening up the set by dancing on
top of his grand piano and eventu-
ally doing a cartwheel off of it. Fol-
lowing another break in the action,
the performers returned to close out
the show with "Keeping the Faith"
and "Piano Man." The audience sang
the last line of the old-time favorite
in perfect tune and then applauded
and screamed for the man who has
given us about 16 years of great mu-
sic. He deserved every bit of their
appreciation.
-Ilyse R. Schanz
Kord off-key
Kazimierz Kord, who led the
Warsaw Philharmonic in last week's
performance at Hill, began his career
not as a conductor of symphony, but
of opera. While attending the School
of Music in Cracow, Poland, he was

conductor and chorusmaster of the
Warsaw Opera, and was soon ap-
pointed to the same post in the Cra-
cow Opera. In fact, Kord's 1972
U.S. debut found him at the Met,
with a move to the San Francisco
Opera in 1973. Since then, he has
returned several times to both houses
successfully; that he doesn't go back
permanently to opera is remorseful
for opera goers, contemptible for
concert goers.
That Kord is so effective in the
opera house and so ineffective on the
concert stage is a tragedy, experi-
enced by a local audience last wreek.
The performance was not only dry
and colorless, but clouded by techni-
cal problems. Intonation floundered
at random in'the Rachmaninoff Pi-
ano Concerto No. 2 and in the
Brahms Fourth Symphony; balance
between the strings and the winds
faltered, especially during the
string/wind conversations of the
Brahms third movement; the winds
lacked finesse and richness through-
out; and each section of music pieced
together like a patchwork quilt. Kord
seemed to be waiting for opera's cus-

t
tomary mid-action applause.
The salvation was Zoltan Kocsis'
exquisite rendering of the Rachmani-
noff. His sensitivity to nuance was;
entrancing. The string section man-
aged some beautiful moments here,
and again in the Brahms.
Under Kord's unimaginative ba'
ton, however, the orchestra fell shor
of the excellence suggested by its in-
ternational fame. Perhaps Kord i
too accustomed to the buffer o
opera's pomp and grandeur. There ar4
no theatrics on the concert stage; th4
music must speak without visual o4
textual aid, and the conductor mus
translate the language for the audiw
ence. Kord either failed in his capac.
ity as translator, or was unaware tha
he was to fill this position.
-Sherrill L. Bennet

GROOVE
Continued from page 7
Maybe this is the next big thing, or
perhaps just a blatant rip-off of the
classic P-Funk. But until Urban mu-
sic finds a new direction, these varia
tions on the old themes will do quit
nicely.

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MONDAY
FEBRUARY 12
Tae kwon do Club-Mtg (beginners welcome), 7-8:30 pm, 2275 CCRB,677-
3135.
Shorln-ryu Karate-do Club-Practice (beginners welcome), 7:30-8:30 pm,
CCRB Small Gym, 747-6825.
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.
Tau Beta Pi-Free tutoring in lower level math, sci & engr courses, 8-10 pm,
UGLi Rm 307.
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.
CRLT-TA Wkshp, "Getting Students To Think," 3-5:30 pm, Mich Union
Kuenzel Rm, reg req, 763-0162.
U-M-Flint-Panel/discuss, "Multicultural Perspectives on Black History," A
Flores & J Susaki, 2 pm, Univ Ctr Happenings Rm, 762-3353.
Hillel-Black-Jewish Relations, "My Father: Boxer & Bridge to a New Alliance,"
J Louis Barrow, Jr, 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill St, 769-0500.
*HRD-Wkshps: Written Communications Seminar, 9 am-4 pm, 1111 Kipke Dr,
reg req, 764-7410.
*Comput Ctr-Wkshps: MS-DOS Basic Skills, 9 am-noon; Monday
Programmers' Seminars, 7-9 pm; Excel Basic Skills (Mac), 8:30 am-12:30 pm;
Word Columns and Tables (Mac), 1-4 pm; Creating Tables with TEXTEDIT, 1-3
pm; 3001 SEB; Begin Word, Part 1 lec/demonstration (Mac), 6-8 pm, 611
Church St; reg req 763-3700.
Mus Art--Colloq, M Uhlig, 5 pm, Tappan HallRm180.
Ctr Near East & N Afr Stds-Brown-bag lec, "The Contextualization of a
.Modem Persian Short Story," noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm; Colloq, "On the
Early Development of the "Jihad," 4 pm, 3050 Frieze; Ottoman Hist Wkshp,
"Albanian Archives on the Young Turk Movement," S Hanioglu, 7 pm, LSA
Rm 4050; 764-0350.
Slavic Lang & Lit-Summary and discuss, 7-8:30 pm, 2231 Angell Hall, 764-
5355.
Career Plan & Place-Writing Cover Letters, 4:10-5 pm, CP&P Conf Rm; Intl
Careers for US Citizens, 4:10-5:30 pm, 25 Angell; 764-7460@#$ CSMIL-
Seminar, "Economic Change, Cultural Change, and Global Democratization," R
Englehart, 3:30 pm, 6050 ISR, 747-4948. I
Chem-Seminar, "Structure and Function of Blue Copper Proteins and C-Type
Cytochromes: Defines the Roles of Protein-Protein and Protein-Metal
Interactions," D Detlefsen, 4 pm, Rm 1640.
*HRD-Wkshps: Shopping for Jobs, noon-1 pm, Mich League Rms 4 & 5; reg
req, 764-7410.
Biology-Seminar, "The Evolutionary Ecology of Cognitive Architecture," L
Real, noon, Nat Sci Bldg 4th fl Conf Rm, 764-2443.
Ctr Human Growth & Devp-Lecture, "Black Male Economic and Family
Role Functioning During the Transition to Marriage," L Chadiha, 3 pm, Soc
Work Ctr Conf Rm, 764-2443.
Near East Stds-Colloq, "Conflicts of Interest in Historical Linguistics: When
Methodologies Clash," G Schramm, 4 pm, 3050 Frieze.
Undergrad Math Prog Ofc-Discussion, "Summer Math: Math Related Jobs &
Research for Summer," 5:10 pm, Undergrad Math Commons.
Undergrad Math Club-Lecture; A Ryba, 4 pm, 3201 Angell Hall, 995-4013.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Handbell choir, 8:30 pm, 1511 Washtenaw, 663-
5560.
TUESDAY
FEBRUARY 13
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.
Karate Club-Practice, 8:30-10 pm, CCRB Martial Arts Rm, 697-2420.
Asian American Women's Journal-Mtg, 5 pm, South Quad Afroamer
Lounge, 764-1747.
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.
*Dept Rec Sports-Pre-trip mtg, spring break trip to Cumberland Island, 7
pm, NCRB Conf Rm, reg req, 764-3967.
Career Plan & Place-Choosing Your Major, 12:10-1 pm, CP&P; Employer
Presentations: Nestle Foods Corp, 6-8:30 pm, Mich Union Kuenzel Rm; Public
Interest Research Grp, 6:30-8:30 pm, Angell Hall Rm 2013; Writing and
Formatting Your Resume on Comput, 7:10-8:30 pm, Alice Lloyd; 764-7460.
Biopsychology-Colloq, "Can an Orienting Stimulus Enhance Visual Search
Performance?" G Reeves, 12:30 pm, MHRI 1057, 761-7936.
Ctr Chinese Stds-Brown-bag lec, "Joint Research Project on State Enterprise
Behavior: Post-Tiananmen," R Gordon, noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm, 936-
1603.
*CEW-Wkshp: Career Decision Making: The Step Before the Job Search, 9:30
am-noon, CEW, reg req; Life After the PhD, 4-5 pm, Rackham E Conf Rm;
998-7080.
CRLT-TA Wkshp, "Motivating Students to Learn," 6:30-8:30 pm, 109 E.
Madison reg req, 763-0162.
EECS-Colloq, "Next Generation Quality Control in Manufacturing," S Wu, 3:30-
5 pm, EECS 1200, 747-2045.

*HRD-Wkshps: Managing Diversity: A Program for Supervisors and Managers,
8:30 am-4:30 pm; Nutrition: What Are the Facts? 8:30 am-noon; Financial
Planning: Principles and Applications of Long-Term Investing, 5:30-7:30 pm;
1111 Kipke Dr; Proposal Writing, 9 am-noon, ISR Rm 1340; reg req, 764-
7410.
*C'ni,. C r-.. uns- . Ma,,ntoch aci Rill t1-4 m. Lou .-23

SMES-Membership mtg, "Encountering Racism/Sexism in the Workplace," K
Goins & B Moultrie, 6:30-8:30 pm, 1500 EECS, 764-3017.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Life Light Bible study, 10 pm, 1511 Washtenaw,
663-5560.
Women's Rugby-Practice (beginners welcome), 8 pm, Coliseum, 995-0129.
UCAR-Discussion, "Breaking the Links of Oppression: Israel, South Africa,
Central America & US Foreign Policy," M Khoury, M Zulu & A Ramos, 7 pm,
Hutchins Hall Rm 100, 764-2228.
WEDNESDAY
FEBRUARY 14
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.
Tae3kwon do Club-Mtg (beginners welcome), 7-8:30 pm, 2275 CCRB, 677-
3 135.
Shorin-ryu Karate-do Club-Practice, 8:30-9:30 pm, CCRB Martial Arts Rm,
747-6825.
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.
Tau Beta P-Free tutoring in lower level math, sci & engr courses, 8-10 pm,
UGLi 4m 307.
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.
Fac/Grad Research-Seminar, "Controversies at the Interface of Population and
Environmental Studies," G Simmons, D Gates, J Burchfield & G Ness,.7:30-9
pm, SPH I Rm 3026, 764-7516.
Univ Hith Svc-Wkshp, "Condom Sense," noon-1 pm, UHS Rm 301, 763-
1320.
Commission for Women-Mtg, C Copeland, noon-1 pm, 2553 LS&A, 747-
4849.
Women of Color Task Force-Brown-bag discuss, "Effective Speaking,"
noon-1 pm, Mich League Michigan Rm, 936-3326.-
Career Plan & Place-On-Campus Recruitment Prog Info Session, 8:10-9 am,
Angell Hall Aud A; Interview Lec, 5:10-6 pm, 1040 Dana; Employer
Presentation: Macy's, 7-9 pm, Mich Union Kuenzel Rm; 764-7460.
Asian Sdt Coalition-Mass mtg, 7 pm, Mason Hall Rm 2413, 761-8237.
BioEngr-Seminar, "Why Would Somene do Biology in Space," W Hymer, 4-5
pm, 1017 Dow Bldg.
*Matthaei Bot Gdns-Course begs, "Trees and Shrubs in Winter," W H
- Wagner, 7-9 pm, Bot Gdns, regreq, 998-7061.
*CEWWkshp: On Being a Dual Career Couple, 7-9 pm, CEW, 998-7080.
Chem-Seminar, "New Methods for the Preparation of Nitrogen-Containing
Compounds," M A Ciufolini, 4 pm, Rm 1640.
U-M-Dearborn-Film begs, "The Abyss," 7:30 pm, Rec & Organization Ctr,
593-5390.
Film & Video Stds-Film, "The Man with the Movie Camera," 7 pm, Angell
Hall Aud C, 764-0147.
Fac Women's Club-Lecture, "The Magic of Gilbert and Sullivan," B J Pooley,
8 pm, Rackham Amphi.
*HRD-Wkshp: Communicating Across Difference: From the 'Melting Pot' to the
'Salad Bowl,' 8:30 am-4:30 pm, 1111 Kipke Dr, reg req, 764-7410.
*Comput Ctr-Wkshp: Using Macros with TEXTEDIT, 1-3 pm, 611 Church St,
reg req, 763-3700.
Inst Humanities-Brown-bag lec, "Drama in the Soviet Union," M Shatrov,
noon, 204 Lane Hall, 936-3518.
InterDisciplinary Prog on Working Life-Brown-bag lec, "The
Contingency Approach of Trade Unions in Ghana: Strategic Implications for
Trade Unions in America," J Ofori-Dankwa, noon-2 pm, ISR Rm 6050, 764-
0492.
Mus Art-Art Video, "David Hockney," noon, Mus Ai, 764-0395.
Psychiatry-Lectures, "Schizophrenia: Cortex, Diencephalon or Brain Stem?"
10:30 am, CAPH P3231; "Approaches to the Brain in Schizophrenia," 2:30
pm, MHRI 1057; C N Karson, 764-9527.
Ctr Russian & E Euro Stds-Brown-bag lec, "The Role of the Arts in
"Perestroika," M Shatrov, noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm, 764-0351.
Sdts of Objectivism-Audiotape & discuss, "Love and Philosophy: Aristotlian
vs Platonic," 8 pm, Mich Union Rm 2209, 996-4141.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Choir rehearsal, 7:30 pm; Holden Village Vespers, 9
pm; 1511 Washtenaw, 663-5560.
THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 15
Socially Active Latino Sdt Assoc-General mtg, 7:30 pm, Angell Hall Rm
221, 973-1161.
Karate Club-Practice, 7:30-9 pm & 9-10 pm, CCRB Small Gym, 697-2420.
Tau Beta Pi-Free tutoring in lower level math, sci & engr courses, 8-10 pm,
UGLi Rm 307.
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.
*Dept Rec Sports-Lessons, Beginner I & U Cross-Country Skiing, 7-8:30
pm, Mitchell Field, reg req, 764-3967.
Career Plan & Place-Summer Job Search, 4:10-5 pm, CP&P Conf Rm;
Employer Presentations: Camp Walden, 10 am-3 pm, Mich Union Crofoot Rm;
Hewitt Assoc, 6-7:30 pm, Mich Union Terrace Rm; CNA Insurance, 6:30-8:30
pm, Mich Union Kuenzel Rm; Principal Financial Grp, 7-9 pm, Mich Union
Wolverine Rm; 764-7460.
Alpha Phi Alpha-Lecture, "Salute to African-American Women" J Lee, 8 pm,
Rackham Aud, 764-5017.
Chem-Seminar, "Laser Multiphoton Ionization-Dissociation Mass
Spectrometry, T Barstis, 4 pm, Rm 1640.
CR LT-TA Wkshp, "Preparing Graphics for Instructional & Professional
Presentations," 7-9:30 pm, Angell Courtyard Comput Classrm 444A, reg req,
763-0162.
Evol & Human Behav Prog-Seminar, "A Case Study of Tradition and Social
Learning in Norway Rats," B G Galef, 4 pm, Rackham E Lec Rm, 936-2526.
EECS-Seminars, "Robust Control: Intro to the Gap Metric," M C Smith, 4-5
pm, EECS 1005; "Trellis Coded Modulation for Optical Communications," J
Modestino, 4-5:30 pm, EECS 1200, reg req; 747-2045.
Visit Writers Series-Fiction reading, R McKnight, 5 pm, Mich Union
Pendleton Rm.
U-M-Flint-Brown-bag lec, "The History of Sports in America," 12:30 pm,
Superior Rm, 762-3085.
Gifts of Art-Piano concert & traditional Japanese vocals, E Popovich, 12:30

pm, Univ Hosp Lobby 1st fl, 936-ARTS.
Galens Med Society-Lecture, "Heart Disease in the Young: Past and Future,"
A Nades, 4 pm, Towsley Ctr Sheldon Aud, 665-7091.
*HRD-Wkshns: Writing it Right. Part 1: Grammar. 8:30 am-noon: The

Intl Ctr-Discuss, "The Broken Heart: Handle With Care," noon, Intl Ctr, 747-
2303.
Ctr Japan Stds-Brown-bag lec, "From Subject to Citizen: Press, People &
Politics in Meiji Japan," J L Huffman, noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm, 764-
6307.
*ICLE--Course, "Fundamentals of Asset-Based Financing," noon-5 pm, 1020
Greene St, reg req, 764-0533.
Labor Stds Ctr-1990 Black Men in Unions Institute conf begs, Holiday Inn
West, 764-0492.
Lesbian-Gay Male Prog-Organizational mtg for grad sdts, 9 pm, loc tba,
763-4186; Massage therapy for gay/bisexual men, 8-10:30 pm, 1402 Hill St,
662-6282.
Med Chem-Seminar, "The Discovery & Development of Natural Products from
Marine Sources as Potential Antineoplastic Drugs," M V Emonds, 4 pm, 3554
CC Little.
Mus Art-Art Break, Objects of Special Interest, 12:10-12:30 pm, Mus Art, 747-
2067.
*Mich League-Intl Night, Russia, 4:30-7:30 pm, League Buffet.
OIT-Faculty Seminar, WIS-Ware, 7-9 pm, 1600 SEB, 763-3700.
SNR-Lecture, "The Human Dimensions of Global Change," T M Donahue, 7:30
pm, Bot Gdns.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Lutheran doctrine class, 7 pm; Reading Greek, 8:30
pm; 1511 Washtenaw, 663-5560.
Vision Lunch-Seminar, "Visual Pigments and Metameric Color Matching," M
Alpem, 12:20 pm, 2055 MHRI, 764-0573.
FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 16
Caribbean Sdt Assoc-Happy hr, 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.
Acad Women's Caucus-Brown-bag lec, "A New Approach to Teaching Fist
Year Chemistry," S Ege, noon-1:30 pm, Mich League Rms 4 & 5, 936-3326.
Anthropology-Colloq, "The Teor of Montezuma," J Hill, 4 pm, 4560 LS&A.
Astron-Colloq, "What Are Gamma-Ray Bursts?" J Wang, 4 pm, Dennison Rm
807 (refreshments,. 3:30 pm, Dennison Rm 845).
Ann Arbor Film Co-op-Films, "WR-Mysteries of the Organism," 7 & 10
pm; "Man is Not a Bird," 8:30 pm; Angell Hall Aud A, 769-7787.
CSMIL-Coloq, "Groupware: Some Architectural Models & Unsolved Problems,"
C A Ellis, 3:30 pm, EECS Rm 1301, 747-3110.
CSSEAS-Lecture, "Prof Dr Ing B J Babibie and the Indonesian Military-
Industrial Complex," T Shiraishi, 12:10 pm, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Ethics & Religion-Seminar, "Activism, Opposition, and Gender Relations in
Egypt," A Marsot, 7:30 pm, First Methodist Church, 764-7442.
EECS-Seminar, "Observers for Nonlinear Discrete-Time Systems," J W Grizzle,
4 pm, EECS 1200, 747-2045.
Folkdance Club-Intl folkdancing, 8-9 pm lessons, 9-11 pm requests, 1608 S
Univ, 663-3885.
Film & Video Stds-Film & appearance, C Billops, 7 pm, Lorch Hall Aud,
764-0147.
Gay Liberation-"Brothers" coffee house, 8 pm, 802 Monroe St, 763-4186.
*HRD-Wkshps: Editing Techniques, 10 am-noon; The Financial Admin of
Federal Grants, 8:30-11:30 am; 1111 Kipke Dr, reg req, 764-7410.
*Comput Ctr-Wkshps: MTS Basic Skills, 9 am-noon; MTS Intermediate
Skills, 1-4 pm; Word Style Sheets & Outlining (Mac), 9 am-noon; 3001 SEB;
Basic Concepts of Spreadsheeting, 10 am-noon, 611 Church St; reg req, 763-.
3700.
*Inst Humanities-Play begs, "Onwardl Onward Onward!" 8 pm, Trueblood
Thtre, 936-3518.
*Labor Stds Ctr-1990 Black Men in Unions Inst conf registration, 9-10:30
am, Holiday Inn West, 764-0492.
LS&A GSTA-Seminar & social hr, "Effective Lecturing," 3 pm, LS&A Rm
4051, 763-0624.
Lowbrow Astron-Mtg, 7:30 pm, Detroit Observ.
Sch Music-Concert, Symphony Band, 8 pm, Hill Aud, 763-4726.
*Univ Musical Soc-Concert, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, 8 pm, Rackhari
Aud, 764-2538.
Women's Stds Prog-Colloq, "Indigenous Feminist Movements in the African
Diaspora," N Haniff, 1:30 pm, 236 West Engr, 763-2047.
Women's Rugby-Practice (beginners welcome), 7 pm, Coliseum, 995-0129.
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 17
*Exhib Mus-Planetarium show, "Brightest Stars," 10:30 & 11:30 am, Exhib'
Mus, 763-4190.
Karate Club-Practice, 3-5 pm, CCRB Small Gym, 697-2420.
Safewalk-Safety walking svc, 8-11:30 pm, UGLi Rm 102 or 936-1000.
Asian Sdt Coalition-Collage film series cont, "Made in China," 7 pm; "The
Fall of the I-Hotel," 7:30 pm; "Illusory Thoughts," 8:30 pm; Lorch Hall Aud,
761-2486.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op-Films, "Pandora's Box," 7:30 pm; "The Devil is a
Woman," 9:30 pm; MLB 3, 769-7787.
*Women's Athlet-Gymnastics (co-ed), U-M vs Wisconsin, 7:30 pn, Varsity
Arena, 763-2159.
U-M-Dearborn-Maple Tree Tapping, 10 am, Environmental Std Area, 593-
5556.
Film & Video StdsInformal mtg, C Billops, 10 am-2 pm, MLB Leo Rm 2,
764-0147.
Hillel-Film, "Sammy and Rosie Get Laid," 7 & 9 pm, 1429 Hill St, 769-0500.
*Univ Musical Soc-Opera begs, New York City Opera Natl Co, 8 pm, Power
Ctr, 764-2538.
Minority Sdt Svcs-Latino Sdt Talent Night, 7-9 pm; Baile Dance with Latin
Disco Productions, 9 pm-1 am; Trotter House, 763-9044.
SUNDAY
FEBRUARY 18
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.

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