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May 19, 1989 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 19,1989-Page 10
Continued from p.9
"So American." Although not quite the major label
deal initially reported (Metal Blade is distributed by
Enigma, which is in turn often distributed by Capitol),
the future promises high times back in the U.S.A.
While The Junk Monkeys' energetic records demand
volume, real Marshall products are required to fully
appreciate the band's sound. Yes, that means you
should see them live. This band plays tight, hard, fast,
loud, strong, etc.
And when radio starts debuting new Junk Monkeys

singles in the future, you will recognize them by Dave
Bierman's unique lead vocals, the way you can distin-
guish Paul Westerberg's songs, no matter how slow.
Bierman doesn't attempt any performance art tricks,
nor does the band. Instead, they walk up on the stage,
move the hair out of their eyes, and blast away until a
string breaks, they get tired, or they tire you out.
Today is summer, next week will be too, and soon
the rest of the country will discover Detroit's latest
nugget of Amboy rock. Hurry, before you'll need a
THE JUNK MONKEYS appear Monday night at The
Beat, 215 N. Main, along with guests Mondo Sinatra.
Cover is $4, and the show begins at 10:30.


The band has already recorded their them on the considerably larger stage Japanese actorEiji Okada comes to and 9 p.
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of The University of Michigan

rhe calendar combines meetingeaure workshop and conference,announcements
by the MichiganStuden Assembly: Item must be submtted in writing by S p a the
Tusday before pubcationadebin tbrn aeiuMacinet,puatio
assisant, University Record, 412 MaynardSt Asterisk () denotes events to which
MAY 19
Lesbian-Gay Male Prog-Mitg, "Black Gay Brothers United," 8
pm, Mich Union Rm 3200. 763-4186.
Gay Liberation--Brothers Coffee House, 8'pm, 802 Monroe St.
Sch Art-Gallery Eve, 5-9 pm; Recep Undergrad Sdt Show, 7-9.
pm, SlusserGallery. 764-0397.
*ICLE-Video course, "How to Create & Advise a Smal
Corporation," 9 am-4:30 pm, 1020Greene St. Reg req. 764-
*Coat Med Educ-2-day course begs, H K Soong, "Recent
Advances in Comea External Disease & Cataract," 7:45 am,
Kellogg Eye Ctr. 763-1400.,
Lowbrow Astron-Mtg, 7:30 pm, DetroitObserv. 434-5668.
Mich Soc Toxicot-Sympos, "Mechanisms of Toxicity:
Implications & Applications In Toxicology" 8 am, Sch Publ
HlthIIAud. 764-5410.
Regents-Mtg, 9 am, Fleming Bldg Regen sRm.
Biomed Research Council-Forum, J Dick & A Bradley,
"Transgeaic Animal Models of Disease," 1:30-5 pm, Ford
Amphi. 763-4086.
Acad Women's Caucus-Mtg, E Royster, noon-1:30 pm, Mich
League Rms 4 & 5. 747-1386.
*HRD-Wkshp, "Proposal Writing," 8:30-11 am, 11l Kipke Dr.
Reg req. 764-7410
MAY 20
*Botan Gdns-Conservatory Tour, 1 & 2 pm, 1800 N Dixboro.
Res req, 763-7061.

U-MDearbern-Environ Std Community Organic Garden Tour,
10am,Std Area Entrance. 593-5338.
MAY 21
Univ Lutheran Chape-Bible Std, 8 am; Worship, 9 am 1511
Washtenaw. 663-556
MAY 22
Canterbury, House--Lesbian-gay men's community open
house, 8:45 pm, 218 N Division. 665-O606.
Biomed Research Council-Distinguish Fac
Lectureship, P Ward, "Inflammation & Tissue Injury," 4
pm, Rackham Amphi. 763-4086.
Ctr Research Learn & School-Lec, F Newmann,
"What is Authentic Academic Achievement in High
School," 4-6 pm, SEB Rm 1211.
*HRD-Wkshp, "Preparing For Retirement" (Faculty), 6-9
pm, 1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-7410
MAY 23
Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee
(LaGROC)-Mtg, 8 pm, Mich Union Rm 3100. 763-
Ctr Human Growth & Devp-Brown-Bag Sem, H
Stevenson, "It All Adds Up," noon, CHGD Commons.
*HRD-Wkshps, "Stress Management For Office Staff," 1-
4:30 pm; "Writing It Right Pt 1: Grammar-A Modern
Review," 8:30 am-noon, 1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-
Solidarity-Discuss, P Kenney, "Solidarnosc & the Current
Situation in Poland," 7:30 pm, Guild house. 665-2709

MAY 24
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Supper, Devotions & Activities,
6 pm, 1511 Washtenaw. 663-5560.
*CEV-Wkshp, "Career Decision Making: The Step Before
the Job Search," 7-9:30 pm, 350 S Thayer. Reg req.
*HRD-Recep for D Zondi & M Shuenyane, 3:30-5:30 pm;
Wkshps, "Personal Wellness: Your Game Plan For Life,"
8:30 am-noon; "Developing A Positive Team Attitude For
Office Staff," 1-4:30 pm, 1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-
Psychiatry-Conf, C Nemeroff, "Platelet Receptor Binding
Studies In Psychiatry," 10:30 am, Child & Adoles. Psych
Hosp Aud; Sem, "Corticotropin-Releasing Factor (CRF)
Play A Role In Affective Disorders Or Anxiety Disorders:
Preclinical & Clinical Studies," 2:30 pm, Child & Adoles
Psych Hosp ConfRm 3rd fl. 764-9527.
*Minor Affrs/Coalition. Concerned Hispanics-
Hispanic Leadership Conf begs, 1 pm, Mich Union. 764-
MAY 25
*Mich League-Amer Heritage Nght, New Orleans, 4:30-
7:30 pm, League Buffet.
Sailing Club-Mtg/Sailing Instruct, 7:30 pm 311 W
Engr. 995-1042.
*Zen Buddhist Temple-Intro Zen Meditation Course, V
Samu Sunim & S Murray, 6:30-8:30 pm, 1214 Packard Rd.
Reg req. 761-6520.
Gifts of Art-Concert, Brass Quintet, 12:30 pm, Hosp
Courtyd 936-ARTS.
*HRD-Wkshps, "Preparing For Retirement" (Staff), 1:30-
4:30 pm; "Writing It Right Pt I11: The Mechanics,"
8:30 am-noon; "The Art & Science of Influencing," 1-4:30
pm, 1111 Kipke Dr. Reg req. 764-7410.
*Turner Clinic-Prog, J Paige, "Coffee & Politics In
Central America," 10-11:30 am, Kellogg Eye Ctr Aud.
Reg req. 764-2556.
Vision Lunch-ARVO Recapitulation, 12:20 pm, 2055'
MHRI. 764-0573



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