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Page 8-Friday, May 28, 1982-The Michigan Daily

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Mr. Ozzy Osborne, Esq., requests the pleasure of your company at his Mon-
day night concert at Crisler Arena.

Clubs/Bars
The Blind Pig (208 S. First; 996-
8555)
Madcat/Brubeck pound out their
unique blend of rock and harmonica,
Friday and Saturday.
Joe's Star Lounge (109 N. Main;
665-JOES)

Rick's American Cafe (611 Church;
996-2747).
Be among the lucky few who will
be able to say, "I heard them first!"
Ear Wiz, playing original R&B, play
Friday and Saturday.
Second Chance (516 E. Liberty;
994-5350). -
Top-40 rock from Moriah all
weekend.
Concerts
Canterbury Loft
Nada, an acoustic quartet, will
play original compositions influen-
ced by many cultures on sitar,
dulcimer, tabla drums, and others.
For visual balance, William
Pelletier's Photographic Mandalas,
a series of abstract natural images
will be shown. All weekend at 8 p.m.
with a Sunday matinee at 3 p.m.
Office of Major Events
Ozzy Osborne, the man that's
made a lot of fun at parties, will sing
his way into your heart during his
Monday concert at Crisler Arena.
Bring the family.

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Dick Siegal ano tne Ministers of
Melody will sing the praises of rapid-
fire R&B, Friday and Saturday.
Sunday, the New Prairie Ramblers
(heard regularly on radio's Prairie
Home Companion) are featured.
Mr. Flood's Party (120 W. Liberty;
995-2132)
Soul and R&B mix in the smooth,
well-knit sounds of Chicago Pete and
the Detroiters, Friday and Satur-
day. Andy Boller, keyboardist for
the Urbations, will play solo blues on
Sunday.

JAZZ on the
TERRACE
II- V - I ORCHESTRA
TONIGHT MAY 28 7-11 pm
U-Club Michigan Union
Outside-On the Terrace
SPECIAL PRICES
Happy Hour 4-7 Free Snacks

Sensati onalism winssbtet
out over'subtlety
(Continued from Page7)But "finest moment" implies there
dresses racism. The film is so self- are a lot of fine moments, and I want to
consciously anti-racist that one make it very clear that there aren't.
questions its sincerity, yet it caught me Fighting operates on pretty basic
(I claim to be very self-aware about levels. You wince and squirm when
these things) off my guard. someone gets his face shoved into a hot
In Fighting's finest moment, Ivanhoe barbecue. You feel sad when a nice guy
Washington (Yaphet Kotto), who leads dies and you see his wife crying.
his own black vigilante crew,'has ap- And, best of all, you get the un-
prehended the guys who cut off John's parallelled thrill of seeing some real
mother's finger. John is brought in to tough guys walk into a bar full of scum-
see the two suspects, the first one white bags and "clean the place up." This is
and the second one black. He walks up macho, pre-high school twaddle. Save
to the first one and growls menacingly, your $3.50 and invest it in a steel plant.
He walks over to the second one, growls With Michael Sarrazin as
at him. Then he beats him up. Everybody's Pal and Patti LuPone as
It wasn't until Ivanhoe stepped in and the obligatory wife. Directed by Lewis
pointed out the inequity thatI realized Teague. "Presented" by Dino de
myself that something was wrong. Laurentiis. Come on, Dino.

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