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June 19, 1987 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily-Friday, June 19, 1987- Page 9

Arbor debut. Their EP "The Very
Long Fuse" was voted Best EP of
1985 by the New York Times.
It's a night for unusual thrillers
new and old at the Mich. Showing
first, at 7:30, is Hitchcock's
Spellbound, starring Grogory
Peck and Ingrid Bergman and
featurong an incredible dream
sequence designed by Salvador Dali.
This is followed, at 9:45, by Joel
and Ethan Coen's Blood Simple,
low budget film noir in the
tradition of Chandler and Spillane.
The Jazz Butcher, one of the
most innovative guitarists on the
Bitish music scene, attacks Alvin's,
5756 Cass on the Wayne State
Campus in Detroit. Butcher's sound
is somewhere between The Velvet
Underground and Robyn Hitchcock
while Alvin's is probably the best
area bar in which to see a band,
with a high stage and lots of dance
floor space. Butcher will be joined
by another guitarist and a
saxophonist....George Bedard
and the Kingpins play the Pig
Two new shows opened at the
University Museum of Art this
week. Kawase Hasui and His
Contemporaries, features wood-
block prints from the Shin Hanga

(New Print) movement in landscape
art, late 19th-20th centuries. These
colorful prints illustrate tranquil
images of natural beauty. Also
opening is Wind Songs:
Japanese Prints From the
Permanent Collection, which
features 25 more traditional wood-
block prints. See this one first as it
creates an excellant context through
which tio understand the Shin
Hanga movement.
U P C0 M I N
Saturday June 27 brings a major
music festival to the area: WEMU's
Frog Island Jazz and Blues
Festival. The boogie woogie of
Ann Arbor's own piano-man Mr.
B, the hard bop of the George
Adams quartet, the joyful calypso
sounds of the Trinidad-Tripoli Steel
Band, the gutbucket blues of Albert
King and more will all be heard
under a large tent on the banks of
the Huron River. Don't miss this
opportunity to catch the Blues
Festival craze....Also on the 27th ,
as part of the Ann Arbor Summer
Festival, a special presentation of
the 1921 silent film version of The
Three Musleteers will happen at
the Michigan Theater. The movie
will be accompanied by a live-on
stage musical prologue, intricately
staged sword fights, and a a new
musical numbeer. The Ann Arbor
Chamber Orchestra will provide
live musical accompaniment.
Showtime is 8 pm.

Rockabilly big-man Sleepy La Beef plays tonight and tomorrow night at
the Blind Pig..

The calendar combin
ference announcement
on campus. It is based
is open to all Univers
recognized by the Mic
submitted in writing b
Address all infortnat
assistant, University.
denotes events to whic
Sch Art--Demo, 'I
Slusser Gallery,
pm, Rm 2104, Art
*A A F C --Tarzan &
Forever, 9:30 pm,
*AA Summer Fes
p Reidential Ci
* -PF1in t--
grandparents &
Patterson Lake.
*Gay Liberation-
Benefit, 7 pm, A
Coffeehouse, 8 p
*Sch Music--Viola
pm, Rackham Au
Regents--Mtg, 9 as
*AAFC--Moscow D
pm, Nat Sci Aud.
*AA Summer Fest

e. C!alendfar
o The University ofMichigan
*E xhibit Mus--Family Show, Summer Illusions, 11:30
es meeting, lecture workshop and con- am. 1109 Geddes, 764-0478.
is with other events happening each week Gay Liberation--Pride Week: Ecumenical Svc, 10 am,
on The University Record calendar, and West Park. Rally, 11 am, & march, noon, Federal
ity sponsored groups and organizations Plaza (Liberty at 5th). Solstice Festival, 1-8 pm, West
-higan Student Assembly. Items must be Park. 994-5403, 763-4186.
y 5 p.m. the Tuesday before publication. *Rec Sports--Canoe Clinic, 1-4 pm, Conf Rm, NCRB.
Reser: 763-4560.
ion to: Julie A. Brown, publications Stu Woodshop --Safety Class for new shop users, Sess
Record, 4/2 Maynard St. Asterisk * I, 9-11 am, SAB, 763-4025.
h admission is charged. *AA Summer Festival--Concert, "An Evening with
Dave Brubeck," 8 pm, Power Center. 764-0594.
ron Forging," 1-5 pm, court outside JUNE 21
8. FAA Summer Fest--Perf, The Brecht Co, Baal, 1 pm,
& slidelec, 'Metal Forging," 7:30-9 Residential Coll Aud, 701 E Univ. 995-9532.
t& Arch Lec Hall, 764-0397. Zen Buddhist Temple--Meditation Svc, 5-7 pm, 1214
His Mate, 7:30 pm, & Jase is Jane Packard. 761-6520.
MLB 4. Stu Woodshop--Safety Class for new shop users, Sess
stival--Perf, The Brecht Co, Baal, 8 II, 11 am-1 pm, SAB. 763-4025.
og Aud, 701 E Univ. 9950532. *AA Summer Festival--Children's Day at the
rug (1 wk), Elderhostel (for Festival, 'Famous People Players,' 2 pm, Power Ctr.
grandchildren), Fresh Air Camp, 764-0594.
7-2-3200. Lord of Light Lutheran Church--Worship, 10 am, 801 S Forest,
-Pride Week: Awards Dinner/AIDS 668-7622
inn Arbor Inn. 994-5403, 763-4186. M
m, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763- MONDAY
Congress Mock Audition, 1:30-3:30 JUNE 22
d., Concert, 8:30 pm, Hill Aud. 764- *AA Summer Festival--Perf, J Parker Copley Co & People Dancing--
Whitley Setrakian & Dancers, "Double Date for Dance," 8 pm, Power
m, Regents' Rm, Fleming. Ctr.764-0594.
Gay Liberation--Lesbian-Gay Male Community Open House, 8:30 pm,
Canterbury House, 218 N Division. 665-0606, 763-4186.
Computing Ctr/MEC--Courses; In Rm 3001 sEB: Lotus 1-2-3 Pt 1,
oes Not Believe in Tears, 6:45 & 9:30 8;30 am - 12:30 pm; dBASE III Plus Pt 2, 1 - 5 pm; Excel Pt 1, 1 - 5
pm. In Rm 4212 SEB; Basic Concepts of text Processing, 10;30 am -
--See June 19. 12:30 pm; Macintosh Basic skills Lec/Demo, I - 3 pm. In Rm 4003

SEB; Computer NetworkTechnology Pt 3, 7 - 9pm. Registration req:
Macrolecular Res Ctr --Colloq, S Huang (U-Connecticut), "Recent
Studieson Biodegradabe Polymers," 4 pm, 1300 Chem Bldg.
AA Summer Festival --Top of the Park; AA Brass Quintet, 7 pm;
Film, Deathtrap, 10 pm.
Computing Ctr/MEC--Courses: In Rm -3001 Microsoft Word Pt 1, 8;30
am - 12:30 pm; MS-DOS for Hard Disk Users, 1 - 3 pm; Microsoft
Word Pt 2, 1 - 5 pm. In Rm 4212 SEB: Intro to Computing, 10:30 am
- 12:30 pm. In Rm 4003 SEB: Writing & Using Editor Procedures, 7 -
9 pm. Registration req: 747-2424.
Mech Engr-Applied Mech--Sem, K Morman Jr (Ford Mo Co), "Non-
Linear Viscoelastic Constitutive Equations for Rubber-Like Solids &
Liquids Basedon a Generalized Strain Measure," 2 pm, 1005 Dow Bldg.
Coffee, 1:30 pm, 2260 GG Brown Bldg.
Job Hunt Club--Support grp, "Writing Your Resume & Cover Letter,"
noon - 1:30 pm, CEW 350 S.Thayer. 763-7080.
Gay Liberation--Pride Week, see June 22. Also, memorial vigil, 10 pm,
Regents' Plaza.
*AA Summer Festival--Colla Family Marionettes, 8 pm,
Mendelssohn Theatre. 763-TKTS. Free entertainment: Top of the Park
events incl Trio Elegante (harp, flute, double bass), 7 pm; Fils,Fistful
of Dollars, 10 pm.
Student Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, Session I, 3 - 5
pm, SAB. 763-4025.
Mich Gay Union --Soc/disc grp, 9 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe St.
763-4186. Also, Pride Week, see June 22.
WCBN (88.3 FM)-"AllThings Reconsidered,"6:30 pm.
*AA Summer Festival--Colla Marionettes, see June 24. 763-TKTS.
Free entertainment; Top of the Park events incl U-M Gilbert &
Sullivan Society All-Star Revue, 7 pm; Film, Red shoes, 10 pm.
Student Woodshop--Safety class for new shop users, Session II, 3 - 5
pm, SAB. 763-4025.
Computing Ctr/MEC--Courses: In Rm 3001 SEB: MS-DOS Basic
Skills (IBM), 9 am - noon; MacDraw, 10am - noon; Microsoft Word
Pt 2 (IBM-PC), 1 - 3 pm, Microsoft Word Style Sheets (IBM-PC), 3 -
5 pm. Registration req: 747-2424.
*Gay Liberation--Pride week, Polyester, 7 - 9 pm, MLB. 994-5403,
Michgian League--American Heritage Night, Alaska, 4:30 - 7:30 pm,
The League Buffet.

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