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Arts

The Michigan Daily Friday, A

Clubs/Bars
The Ark (1421 Hill; 761-1451)
Traditional music and original
songs performed by Richard and
Maureen DelGrosso will be featured
Fridaynight.
The Blind Pig (208 S. First; 996-
8555)
The Falcons dish out a fast dan-
cing frenzy of R&B, rock, and
Motown. Friday.

Joe's Star Lounge (109 N. Main; 665-'
JOES)
Hard-hitting R&B and rock by one
of the area's best, the Urbations.
Friday and Saturday. The Lost
World String Band plays traditional
American music on Sunday.
Mr. Flood's Party (120 W. Liberty;
995-2132)
You say you want a fun time? You
say you want good R&B? Can you
say Blue Front Persuaders? Sure, I
knew you could. Friday and Satur-
day.
Rick's American Cafe (611 Church;
996-2747)
Jelly Roll Blues Band rolls into
Rick's on Friday and Saturday.
Second Chance (516 E. Liberty;
994-5350)
Dr. Hop and the Headliners will

play covers, parodies, and lots of
other stuff all weekend.
Concerts
Ars Musica
Allsix Brandenburg concertos will
be performed by the renowned Ars
Musica group. This production will
feature original instrumentation in-
cluding the use of a natural horn
rather than a trumpet in the second
concerto. Sunday and Monday. Call
662-3976 for more information.
Eclipse Jazz
On Sunday, a concert to benefit
Eclipse's free outdoor summer con-
cert series will be held at Rick's
American Cafe. Local bands
Footloose, Astralight and the
irrepressible Peter 'Madcat' Ruth
are featured. For more information
call 763-5924.
Saturday, Eclipse presents Old &
New Dreams at Rackham
Auditorium. The ensemble has
played with Ornette Coleman and,
like him, practices a free-form style
of jazz known as harmolodics. Call
763-5924.
Radio
WCBN - Radio Minus One
WCBN premieres a show that will
feature live call-in performances
from listeners. If you want to sing
solo with the Beatles as back up
band, or play the John Mitchell role
in the Watergate hearings, tune in to
88.3 FM Fridays, 7p.m.

May 21, 1982 Page 7
Dead Men' has old
movie magic galore
cavorts with these classic film stars in
By Richard Campbell a film based on the detective-spy-ad-
venture films of the '40s.
A MONG THE stars of Steve Mar- Playing the part of Rigby Reardon,
tin's latest picture, Dead Men debonair private eye and all-around nice
Don't Wear Plaid, are Humphrey guy, Martin gets hooked on a case, in
Bogart, Ray Milland, Charles classic detective film style, .when a
Laughton, and Vincent Price. mysterious women, Rachel Ward, fain-
Not a bad cast for a movie made in ts in his office.
the '80s. Like most films of this genre, the plot
Thanks to the technical wizardy of is fairly insignificant. What is impor-
the men behind the camera, Martin See MOVIE, Page 8
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* DAILY EARLY BIRD MATINEES-Adults $1.50
DISCOUNT IS FOR SHOWS STARTING BEFORE 1:30

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MON-TUES-THURS-FRI at 7:55 ONLY
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"A MASTERPIECE...
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