14B . TWlichigan Daily WeekeligMagazine -Thursday, N:ber 7, 1996
A weekly list of who's
where, what's happening and
THIE aLiST1* why you need to be there..
Annie Hall (1977) Woody Allen's classic
Academy Award-winning film. Mich 5 p.m.
Brother of Sleep (1996) A brilliant compos-
er's obsession with music wrecks his life.
Mich 7 p.m.
Ransom (1996) Mel Gibson stars as a father
whose son is kidnapped in this Ron Howard
film. Nat Sci 8 p.m. Free advance screening.
Small Faces (1995) Three brothers' pranks lead
to gang warfare in 1968 Scotland. Mich 9:40.
Medeski, Martin & Wood Jazz trio hits the
Blind Pig. Doors open 9:30 p.m. $12 at the
door or $10 in advance from Schoolkids'.
The Sandbox & The Poet and the Rent
Double bill of an Edward Albee and a David
Mamet play should make this evening inter-
esting. Arena Theater (basement of Frieze
Bldg). 7 p.m. Free. 764-5350.
King Lear This year's show tackles
Shakespeare's classic. Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater, in the Michigan League. $5, $7. 7
Apartment 3A Due to monster ticket sales,
this original work by Jeff Daniels will play well
into December. Purple Rose Theater Co,
Garage Theater, 137 Park St., Chelsea. $10
to $20. 8 p.m. 475-7902.
Visiting Writers Series The University wel-
comes poet Sharona Ben-Tov. Rackham, 4th
floor, East Conference Room. 5 p.m. Free.
Nicholas Delbanco Author of more than 20
books and University professor, Delbanco reads
from his latest, "Talking Horse: Bernard Malamud
on Life and Work." Borders. 7:30 p.m. Free.
Dell;atessen (1991) When there's a short-
age of meat, a landlord decides to serve
human cutlets instead. Nat Sci 5 p.m.
The Profound Desire of the Gods (1968) This
film follows a Japanese engineer's discovery
on the island Kuragejima. Nat Sci 7 p.m. Free.
All Men Are Brothers: Blood of the Leopard
(1993) Two friends find trouble when one of
them is framed for murder. Cantonese with,
Chinese and English subtitles. Aud A 8 p.m.
Big Head Todd & the Monsters Appearing at
the Michigan Theater. Ugly Americans open
for an 8 p.m. show. $19.50 in advance at
Schoolkids' or call (810) 645-6666.
Les Arts Florissants Vocal/instrumental
ensemble dedicated to researching 17th- and
18th-century chamber music, and interpreting
operas. 8 p.m. Hill Auditorium. $20-$32 in
Moe Funk-inflected hippie vibes from New York
ensemble. Also with September 67. At the
Blind Pig. 9:30 p.m. $8 at the door or $6 in
advance at Schoolkids'.9
The Roots At St. Andrews
with special guest Jeru
the Damaja. An all-ages
show. Doors at 6 p.m.
The Sandbox & The Poet
and the Rent See
Thursday. 7 p.m.
King Lear See Thursday.
The Couch Carl Jung and
Sigmund Freud's famous
conflict set to a romantic Big Head Todd and the Monsl
comedy. Performance Michigan Theater.
Network, 408 W.,
Washington St. $9, $12, (Thursday pay-what-
you-can). 8 p.m. 663-0681.
Apartment 3A See Thursday. 8 p.m.
Creative Arts Performance A new group of
students writers, directors and actors perform
"Six Scenes in Search of the Muse." U-Club,
Union. 8 p.m. 763-3281.
Mona Simpson One of "Granta's Top Young
Novelists," Simpson reads from "A Regular
Guy." Shaman Drum. 8 p.m. Free.
The Battleship Potemkin (1925) This film is
the epic story of sailors on a Czarist ship who
commit mutiny in Russia. Nat Sci 7 p.m.
Ivan the Terrible, Part One (1944) Nikolai
Cherkassov stars as Ivan in this film about
the Czar's queststo free the Russian empire
from Eastern domination. Nat Sci 8:15 p.m.
Ivan the Terrible, Part Two (1944) The story
continues, in this second part of Einstein's
unfinished trilogy. Nat Sci 10 p.m.
Better than Ezra With Chalk Farm. Clutch
Cargo's in Pontiac. Doors at 5:30 p.m.; starts
6 p.m. (810) 645-6666.
Drivetrain with Small Change and M.K.R. 313
Records benefit concert at the Blind Pig. $5.
Harpo's. (810) 645-
s ,h THEATER
"Wake Up and Smell
the Coffee" at the
$19.50 or $15 in
f advance from
Schoolkids' 8 p.m.
The Sandbox & The
Poet and the Rent
See Thursday. 7 p.m.
ers come to town tomorrow at the
King Lear See
Thursday. 7 p.m.
The Couch See Friday. 8 p.m.
Apartment 3A See Thursday. 8 p.m.
Ray Bradbury Yes, THE Ray Bradbury will be
at Borders in his first ever book tour. 4 p.m.
Creative Arts Performance See Friday. 8
WOMEN'S CLUB HOCKEY TAKES 'U' BY STORM
By Jordan Field something and some old guy came over to us and said, Are you
Daly Sports Writer girls the wives of the hockey players?' Our bags and equipment
It's 7:30 Friday night. were right at our feet; we couldn't believe it. We told him no, we
Game time. aren't the wives, and he stared at us and said, 'Oh, you must be
From the lockerroom appears a blur of maize and blue. Led by the figure skating club then, right?' Stuff like that really bothers
the captain, each skater speeds onto the ice. The game clock on the me. The fact that we play hockey was like some big joke to him."
overhead scoreboard ticks away; the momentary battle is about to To the dismay of the team, that wasn't the only time someone has
begin. The fire of a warrior can be seen in each Wolverine's eyes. downplayed the seriousness of women playing ice hockey. Kate
Game time. Winder, as well asjuniordefenseman Jen Sutherlandhasbeen play-
Each hockey team takes its final lap ing in men's leagues for most of her life.
around its half of the rink as the final horn And despite being at the same, if not a
sounds, signaling the beginning of the bat- We tol him no higher level than many men she faced, she
tIe. This is it. War. Head to head. Team to felt they were not taken seriously.
team. Woman to woman. w e are 't the "Not to say that all do, but most of the
Yes, woman to woman. people that give us a hard time are
For the first time in recent memory, the wives guys," Kate said. "There seems to be
University has a women's hockey team. three different types of responses I've
And although it is not yet a varsity sport, a - Nelse Winder, gotten from guys. One is, 'Whatever,
collegiate women's hockey league has women's hockey defenseman who cares? She is just another player on
been established, and the team hopes it is the ice. It's not a big deal' The second
only a matter of time until the19-member team will be recog- is, 'Oh a girl, she's not ugly - hey, baby, what are you doing
nized as a varsity team by the University. after practice?' Then there is the type of jerk that says 'A girl,
Some of the team's members have never played ice hockey let's see what she can do' and - POP - checks you into the
before, and some have been playing for many years. There are boards. Well, guess what - POP --hegets checked right back."
freshmen and seniors and even a few that aren't Michigan stu- Be warned, guys.
dents. But they all share one common quality - a love for the "Sophomore year in high school, I think I was second on the WARREN ZINN/all
game of hockey. And now they all have something almost more team in penalty minutes," Kate said. "There was this one time, Top: The women's club hockey team enters their lockerroom after practice.
important than the love - a chance to play the game. where this guy had just picked on me and stepped up one too Below: Dana Goldberg does push-ups during practice as punishment for mess-
Last year four people, Kate Pinhey, Sue Edwards, Camille many times. We were right in front on my bench at the time, and Ing up a drill.
Hutchinson and Bill Petrere, organized the club team. Pinhey is See HOCKEY, Page 5B W ARRESSN/ail
the team's current head coach, and Hutchinson, currently a for-
ward on the team, is the team's treasurer.
Edwards is the president of a separate women's hockey league
in Detroit and is no longer affiliated with the University team.
Petrre, a hockey enthusiast and father of the team's assistant. . .
coach, Jenny Petrere, also worked with current team cap tain Kate
Winder to help establish the Central Collegiate Women's Hockey
Association. Michigan is one of eight universities that fields a
women's hockey team in the CCWHA. With that work completed,
the tam feelsthe next step is a matter of making the team known.
"Most people don't even know we exist?' sophomore defense-
man Catie Grasso said. "So many people, when they hear we
play hockey, they think I mean field hockey. And when I say,
'No, ice hockey,' everyone is always like, 'Oh wow, women's ice
hockey, I never knew there was such a thing.
"But there is - I'm a woman and I play hockey."
Winder, a senior center, has the same problem.
"No one can'believe that we play hockey; it is always such a
shock to them," she said. "The other day, some guy said to me,
'That's cool that you play hockey. Is it with pads and every- /
thing?' Well of course it is, you idiot. It's ice hockey."
Defenseman Nets Winder, Kate's younger sister, told a story ':'
about a similar conversation one evening after practiceZ-Z >
"Practice had just ended, and we had already changed out of. >
our uniforms," she began. "We were having a team meeting or
C AM U S C I N E M A Blockheads (1938) Private Laurel is found at
Animania This six-hour Japanese animation fest his trench post 20 years after the World War 1
features "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure" and "Heisei armistice. Sheraton 3 p.m.
Tanuki Gassen Ponpoko." MLB 3 5 p.m. Free.
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M A G A Z I N E
Weekend Magazine Editors: Greg Parker Elan A. Stavros
Weekend Magazine Photo Editor: Kristen Schaefer.
Writers: Dean Bakopoulos, Melanie Cohen, Jordan Field, Hae-Jin Kim and Elizabeth Lucas.
Photographers: Jully Park, Damian Petrescu, Jonathan Summer and Warren Zinn.
Cover photographs by Warren Znn: Tqp: (Right to left) Women's hockey assistant captain and goalie Christi Vedejs,
captain Kate Winder and forward Flan Campbell. Bottom: Captain Kate Winder concentrates during practice.
Arts Editors: Brian A. Gnatt and Joshua Rich.