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The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 7, 1990 - Page 17

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Big Man, Big
Saw, Loud Guitar.
In honor of Tad's second
appearance this year, the Daily
Arts staff is giving YOU a cut-out
of the man, the band and their
toys in the great outdoors. Put it
on your door while playing loud
grungy guitars like Tad does. Or
glue it (sniffing it while you
paste) to your notebook to scare
your professors. Sub Pop's
biggest group appears at Club
Heidelberg with Ann Arbor's own
Ward (bigger than Chris Cornell
and featuring members late of
the Herb Tarlicks) on Saturday
with doors opening at 10 p.m.
Show starts at10:30 p.m. Tickets
available at Ticketmaster
outlets for $8 (plus the evil
service charge) and at
Schoolkid's Records, P.J.'s, and
Play It Again. At the door, tickets
are $7.

Dead
continued from page 15
This fall will be a busy time for
the band. After the fall tour ends, at
Madison Square Garden in New York
they are off to Europe for the first
time since 1981, where in some
countries they and the Deadheads
lucky enough to be there (can you
tell I'm not one of them?) will enjoy
the pleasures of venues with less
than 10,000 people. Later in
September they will release a pew
live album, Without A Net, which
will reportedly contain songs from
this year's spring tour. After that, all
sorts of plans have been rumored
(like the rumor that had Phil leaving
the band, which turned out to be a
"bullshit lie"), it just goes to show
you won't ever know what the
Grateful Dead are going to do until
they do it.
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at 9:55. A special wel-
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follow the service.
Fellowship with us each
Wednesday at 5:30-7:00.
There is a complimentary
supper followed by dis-
cussion on the Christian
faith in a world of many
religions.
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663-9376

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