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Clubs/Bars
The Blind Pig (208 S. First; 996-8555)
Foot-stomping country with
George Bedard and the Bonnevilles,
tonight and tomorrow night.
Joe's Star Lounge (109 N. Main;
665-JOES)
Jazz with a distinctly latin beat
from Melodioso, tonight and
tomorrow night. Sunday features
Baal.
Mr. Flood's Party (120 W. Liberty;
995-2131)
Trees will branch out their per-

Second Chance (516 E. Liberty;
994-5350)
The Teen Angels try their hand at
Motown, the Beatles, and Top-40 all
weekend.
Theater
University Players
The Happy Huntsman, a wild and
wooly comedy about love and
jealousy plays at the Mendelssohn
Theater through Sunday.-
The $4 Revue is a cabaret-style
mish-mash of old jokes, old songs,
and old costumes. Fun for all and a
cash bar for the rest. Performances
follow The Happy Huntsman at ap-,
proximately 10:30 in the Michigan
Room at the League. Call 764-0450
for information on both shows.
Concerts
Sinewave Sessions
On Saturday and Sunday,
Sinewave Sessions will feature the
music of Gerard Pape. Beginning
with a presentation of six com-
positions written over the past year,
the program will conclude with Life-
Death Sounds, a music theater piece
that uses texts from the Tibetan
Book of the Dead and Joyce's
Ulysses. For more information call
665-0606.

The Michigan Daily-Friday, June 18, 1982-Page 9
Assistants wrote parts
of Kosinski's novels

NEW YORK (UPI) - Jerzy Kosinski,
prize-winning author of such best
selling novels as The Painted Bird and
Being There, received "compositional
help" from assistants who wrote parts
of, his books, the Village Voice said
Wednesday.
Kosinski was in Paris and
unavailable for comment on the article
entitled "Jerzy Kosinski's Tainted
Words," but he was quoted in the Voice
as saying, that not a single word is not
mine.
Barbara Mackey, an assistant hired
by Kosinski to help on the novel Devil
Tree is quoted by the Voice as saying,
"He would give me a sentence, talk
philosophy, then come out with an idea
that he wanted crystallized in a
paragraph, page or chapter.
"The ideas were all his - I think he is
a brilliant thinker, central in the world
and in America culture - but the words
were often mine," Mackey was quoted
as saying.
"All I did was put it in English."
Richard Hayes, an assistant hired by
Kosinski for his 1979 book, "Passion
Play," said Kosinski dropped an
"exotic passage" in front of him and
told him to "poeticize this sex."
While both Hayes and Mackey-rejec-
ted the idea that they were
"collaborators" the Voice said their

formances tonight and tomorrow
night. A mixture of accordion and
piano music ranging from Cajun to
blues from Steve Wethy on Sunday.
Rick's American Cafe (611 Church;
996-2747)
The Falcons play all sorts of tunes,
anything that wilmake you dance.
Tonight and tomorrow night.

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Records--
not-so-sugar-free pop, give a listen to
Haircut One Hundred - pelican West. -Jom Komie

"Pelican West' (Arista)
Haircut One Hundred is one of the big
names in the new Anglo-funk
movement, the latest wave headed our
way from England. There's more to
Haircut One Hundred than just a fad
and a great name, though. These clean-
cut lads are clearly connoiseurs of fine
pop music. The group plays a sort of
mellow, Latin-tinged funk-pop, with an
emphasis on smooth vocals.
Their songs remind me of the A.M.
radio music I used to listen to in junior
high about the trials of being a teenager
in love. Their hit single, "Love Plus
One," is a delightfully danceable three
minutes of pure summer pop. Pelican
West, their first album, is not quite up
to the standards of "Love Plus One,"
which is fortunately included on the
album.
Despite the group's funk aspirations,
they sound best when they stick to pop;
as with "Fantastic Day." Their funk is
too tame - it lacks the sexual audcity
of Prince, the bravado of Rick James,
or the tightness of ABC. These boys are
just too nice for funk, but their sugary
sweetness isa plus when it comes to pop
music. So if you're in the mood for some
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work amounted to "compositional
help."
"I would say instead that I combined,
fileted, elevated or amplified his
language - that I invested it with a cer-
tain Latinate style that was sometimes
more Hayes than Kosinski," Hayes is
quoted as saying.
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