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dance duet. Dance Building. 2:45
p.m. $10 non-dance majors at the
door (master class,) $5 non-dance
majors at the door (lecture-demo.)
763-5460.

Various Basement Arts participants
write, direct and perform this fraz-
zled one-act play. Audience involve-
ment adds to the fun and excitement
to the show. 10 p.m. Free. 764-6800.

A LTERNATIVES

Saturday
CAMPUS CINEMA
Breathless (1959) One of the many
masterpieces from director auteur
Jean Luc-Godard. Nat Sci. Auditorium.
10 p.m. $4.
The Lady Shanghai (1948) Or how I
spent my summer vacation between
sophomore and junior year. Nat. Sci.
Auditorium. 8:30 p.m. $4.
Paying the Price: Killing the Children
of Iraq (2000) A new documentary
from director Alan Lowery. Michigan
Theater. 2 p.m. Free.
Rope (1948) This movie is so good,
and it deserves to be seen on the big
screen. See how Alfred Hitchcock can
make a movie with less cuts than it
takes Michael Bay to show a space-
ship launch. Nat Sci. Auditorium. 7
p.m. $4.
Woman on Top See Friday. Michigan
Theater. 5, 7 & 9 p.m. $5.50.
MUSIC
Paradime Paradime brings hip-hop to A2
with the help of Hush and the Disregarded.
Blind Pig. 9:30 p.m. $5.
Mustard Plug Ska band invades Detroit
with help from Blue Meanies and Ultimate
Fakebook. St. Andrew's. 431 E. Congress
St., Detroit. 8 p.m. $10-12.
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Arie Lipsky starts his first
season with a piece entitled "The
Power of Music." Solo pianist Angela
Cheng joins the orchestra with
Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5,
"The Emperor." Michigan Theater. 8
p.m. $17-30. 668-8397.
THEA TER
Some Natural History-Chris Doyle
See Thurs. Media Union. 12-6 p.m. Free.
764-0395.
The Maiden's Prayer See Friday.
Performance Network. 120 E. Huron.
8 p.m. Thurs-Sat. 2 p.m. Sun. $20 Fri-
Sat, $17 Thurs and Sun. $3 discount
for seniors; group rates available.
663-0681.
Attack of the Killer 24-hour Theatre

Ken Wachsberger See Friday. Barnes
& Noble Bookstore, 3245 Washtenaw.
2. p.m. Free. 677-6475.
The White House Collection of
American Crafts See Thursday.
Twentieth Century Gallery, Museum
of Art. Free. 764-0395.
Sunday
CAMPUS CINEMA
The Color of Paradise See Thursday.
Michigan Theater. 3:30 p.m. $5.50.
Rebels With A Cause (2000) Sorry
kids. no James Dean here. Michigan
Theater. 7 p.m. $5 (students).
Woman on Top See Friday. Michigan
Theater. 5, 7 & 9 p.m. $5.50.
MUSIC
Itzhak Perlman World-renowned classi-
cal violinist performs with accompani-
ment by Rohan De Silvia. Hill Auditorium.
4 p.m. 764-2538.
Original Brothers and Sisters of Love
Folky rock band performs songs glorifying
the Great Lakes State. Arbor Brewing
Company. 8:30 p.m. Free.
The Complete Bach Organ Works
James Kibbie will be playing the organ in
observance of the 250th anniversary of
the composer's death. Blanche Anderson
Moore Hall, School of Music, E.V. Moore
Building. 1100 Baits Drive. 4 p.m. Free.
764-0583.
THEATER
Some Natural History-Chris Doyle
See Thurs. Media Union. 12-6 p.m. Free.
764-0395.
The Maiden's Prayer See Friday.
Performance Network, 120 E. Huron.
8 p.m. Thurs-Sat. 2 p.m. Sun. $20 Fri-
Sat, $17 Thurs and Sun. $3 discount
for seniors; group rates available.
663-0681.
ALTERNA TIVES
Keith Taylor and John Knott Authors
read from their collection of local
writers, "The Huron River: Voices

Prospective sorority members sign up to participate in this fall's rush.

From the Watershed." Shaman Drum
Bookshop. 3 p.m. Free. 662-7407.
The White House Collection of
American Crafts See Thursday.
Twentieth Century Gallery, Museum
of Art. Free. 764-0395.
Monday
CAMPUS CINEMA
The Color of Paradise See Thursday.
Michigan Theater. 7:30 p.m. $5.50.
Steamboat Bill Jr. (1927) This movie
is good, but it is nowhere near as
awesome as a biopic of Ricky "The
Dragon" Steamboat would be. Let's
get on the horn with that one
Hollywood. Michigan Theater. 6 p.m.
$5.50.
Woman on Top See Friday. Michigan
Theater. 7 & 9 p.m. $5.50.
Wonderland 41959.)_LSo.rry Jids, no
Alice here. Michigan Theater. 9:30
p.m. $5.50.
MUSIC
Oopapada Jazz group is playing in
conjunction with the Ann Arbor Blues
& Jazz Festival. Firefly Club. 8 p.m.
665-9090.
The Bird of Paradise Orchestra Award-
winning in-house band performs for
four hours. Bird of Paradise. 9pm. $5.
THEA TER
Some Natural History-Chris Doyle
See Thurs. Media Union. 12-6 p.m. Free.
764-0395.
A LTERNA TIVES
Simon Singh Author reads from "The
Code Book." Borders Books & Music.
7 p.m. Free. 668-7652.
Sonya Pouncy and Merrit Taylor Host
authors lead the bimonthly Guild
House Writers Series, with an open
mic following. Guild House, 802
Monroe. 995-1956.
Richard Tillinghast Reads The profes-
sor reads from his latest collection of
poetry "Six Mile Mountain." Shaman
Drum Bookshop. 8 p.m. Free. 662-
7407.
The White House Collection of
American Crafts See Thursday.
Twentieth Century Gallery, Museum
of Art. Free. 764-0395.
Tuesday
CAMPUS CINEMA
Annie Hall (1977) Woody Allen's
Academy Award winning masterpiece.
Michigan Theater. 7 p.m. $5.50.
How Green Was My Valley (1941)
Greenest valley in the world is the
San Fernando Valley, and it ain't even
close. Life is lush there, believe you
me. Michigan Theater. 4:10 p.m.
$5.50.
Woman on Top See Friday. Michigan
Theater. 6:45 & 8:45 p.m. $5.50.
Wonderland See Monday. Michigan
Theater. 9 p.m $5.50.
MUSIC
Paul Keller-Cary Kocher Quartet
University Music professor and bassist
Keller co-leads this four person jazz band.
Bird of Paradise. $5. 662-8310.

Rushee gives msights
on how to dress for
( U
'U'sorority success
By Jackie Reitzes going to parties?
For the Daihy LL: It depends. For mixers, some-
thing casual, like jeans and a sweater,
As the fall semester begins to take and as you narrow down the houses,
shape, many freshmen find them- it gets dressier and dressier, like a
selves in the midst of the hectic activ- skirt and a sweater. Not as fancy as
ities of rushing sororities andfraterni- prom dresses, though.
ties. In order to make a good first TMD: Who is it most important to
impression, the right clothes are a impress when you go to a party?
necessity. Talking to Lauren LL: People in the house. officers, I
Lomaskv, a freshman rushing this guess. If you dress nice. it shows you
fall, shed some light on this all care.
important issue. TMD: How long does it take you
to get ready?
The Michigan Daily: Is rushing LL: An hour.
stressful in terms of there being pres- TMD: How many pairs of shoes
sure to look good? do you have with you at school.'
Lauren Lomaksy: A little, it's LL: Twelve.
important to make a good first TMD: Are there differences
impression, but first impressions are between here and where you are from
really based in the conversations you in terms of the way people look?
make. LL: It's more casual in college.
TMD: Where did you shop this TMD: If you could have any
fall for back to school fashions? celebrity's wardrobe, whose would
LL: J.Crew, Banana Republic and you take?
Urban Outfitters. LL: Gwynneth Paltrow or Sarah
TMD: What do you wear when Jessica Parker.

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Amy (Jennifer Morrison
mansion in "Urban Lege
Joan Osborne She had a
mid '90s and now she's b
material. Clutch Cargo's,
Pontiac. 8pm. $17.50-20.
Altan Although it's hard
understand some peopleN
accents, lead singer and1
Ni Mhaoaigh sings in Gae
to complicate matters. A
dler, a bouzouki, guitar a
and you have this influent
Ireland. Michigan Theate
$31. 763-TKTS.
University Symphony 0r
overture to Prometheus t
and Flute Moon written t
renowned composer Brig
some of the highlights of
mance. Hill Auditorium. 8
0583.
THEATER
Some Natural History-
See Thurs. Media Union.
764-0395.
A LTERNA TI VES
Rebecca Goldstein Aut
her latest book "Propert
Borders Books & Music.
7652.
Ruth Vanita Author and
Montana Professor rea
book Same-Sex Loveh
Readings from Literatui
History." Shaman Drun
p.m. Free. 662-7407.
The White House Colle
American Crafts See T
Twentieth Century Gal

Courtesy of Mercury Record,
"What If God Was One of Us?" Joan Osborne poses the question at Clutch
Cargo's on Tuesday.

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