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Friday, November 30, 1979 Page 6

Calendar/ A guide to going out Films

Coming Up

Lawrence Check local theater listings for times.' Movies in L a w r e n c e change on Wednesdays and Fridays and schedules aren't determined more than a few days in advance. Consult theater ads. The Sunset Drive-In will reopen in the spring. APOCALYPSE NOW Francis Coppola's epic film about the Vietnam War starring Marlon Brando, Martin Sheen and Robert Duvall. Shows at 7 and 10 p.m. D Granada, 1020 Mass. STARTING OVER Burt Reynolds in a mostly funny movie about a divorced man and his conflicts with tugs toward his ex-wife, a new romance and the problems of starting over. D Hillcrest, Ninth and Iowa. RUNNING Michael Douglas stars in this movie about a long-distance runner. D Hillcrest, Ninth and Iowa. THE MUPPET MOVIE Miss Piggy and crew are back again in their on-the-road adventure. D Cinema Twin, 31 st and Iowa. 10 A man meets a woman and on a scale from 1 to 10, she's. . . you guessed it. Starring Julie Andrews, Dudley Moore and Bo Derek. D Hillcrest, Ninth and Iowa. THE ONION FIELD A movie based on Joseph Wambaugh's novel about the kidnapping of two L.A. policemen, starring John Savage and James Woods. D Varsity, 1015 Mass. YANKS A romantic drama about the impact of U.S. servicemen on English lives during World War II. Starring Vanessa Redgrave and Chuck Vennera. D Cinema Twin, 31 st and Iowa. SUA FILMS Admission restricted to Kansas University students, faculty and staff and their families, unless otherwise noted. Call 864-3477 for more information. Woodruff Auditorium in the Kansas Union, KU campus. D "The Innocent" (1979). Lushino Visconti's last film, completed after his death. A story about a man, his wife and his mistress. Subtitles. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. D "The Devils" (1971). Ken Russell's bizarre and extravagant film of a religious man (Oliver Reed) held captive by a sexually depraved, hunchbacked nun (Vanessa Redgrave). Rated X. Midnight Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. D "Dr. Strangelove" (1964). An end-ofthe-world comedy by Stanley Kubrick. With Peter Sellers and George C. Scott. Plus Dziga Vertov's "Soviet Toys." 2 p.m. Dec. 2. D "The Quiet Man" (1952). John Wayne plays a prize fighter who tries to lead a quiet life in Ireland after accidentally killing a man in the ring. John Ford directs and Maureen O'Hara and Barry Fitzgerald co-star. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 3. D "If I Had a Million" (1933) and "Never Give a Sucker An Even Break" (1941). The first answers its question in hilarious fashion. W. C. Fields, Charles Laughton and Gary Cooper star. The second film was Field's last. He plays a man who tries to sell an idea to a movie producer by adding every possible plot twist as he goes along. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4. D "Persona" (1967). Bergman's masterpiece about life and art revealed through an intimate look at an actress and her nurse. Starring Bibi Andersson and Liv Ullman. Subtitles. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5. D "Going Places" (1974). One of the most controversial films of 1974 follows the exploits of two young drifters who past time stealing cars, molesting women and terrorizing everyone. Directed by Bertrand Blier. Subtitles. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6. FINE ARTS FILMS Admission open to the public. All shows 9:30 a.m. Fridays at Kansas University's Bailey Hall, room 303. All programs 45-60 minutes long. D "Rembrandt Van Rijn" and "The World of Mosaic." Dec. 7.

D THEATER — A 280-voice Kansas University chorus and the KU Symphony Orchestra present Brahms "Requiem" at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at KU's Hoch Auditorium. Kirikos, bouzouki; and folk and belly dancers, 8:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. HARRY STARKERS 4708Wyandotte. D Yellow Brick Road, 9 p.m.-l a.m. Friday and Saturday. STANFORD AND SONS 5601 W. 95th. D Joey Stahl, 7 p.m.-midnight Friday and Saturday. THE POINT 1-816-531-9800917 W. 44th. D Nov. 30-Dec. 1: Bob Reeder. SIGNBOARD BAR Crown Center Hotel, Maine and Pershing. D Oleta Adams, vocalist, 9-10:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. John Lyman Quartet joined by other musicians in jazz jam from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Monday, Friday and Saturday. Women's jazz quartet, Calico, Thursdays 4:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.

Galleries Lawrence LAWRENCE ARTS CENTER 843-9444 Ninth and Vermont. D Oz Willie: photographs. D Second Annual Holiday Customs Exhibit, through Dec. 14. "Snowflake" tree on display until Dec. 22. ART AND DESIGN GALLERY Art and Design Building, Jayhawk Boulevard, KU. D "Fruit Crate Art," Nov. 18-30. D "Works on paper: Women's Caucus for Art."Dec. 2-Jan. 11. 7E7 GALLERY 842-9326 7 E. Seventh. D Eighth Annual Printmakers show, featuring Myrna Burks, lithographs; Judi Geer Kellas, serigraphs; Karen Schory, etchings; and John Talleur, woodcuts. Dec. 1 -Jan. 9. Opening 3:30-5 p.m. Dec. 1. LAWRENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY 843-3833 707 Vt. D Brian Davis, mixed media; Aggie Beynon, enamels; and Pam Carvalho, native grass arrangements. Through December. LANDIS GALLERY 843-6141 918 Mass. VALLEY WEST GALLERIES 841-1870 2112-A W. 25th (Holiday Plaza). D Rock painting by Yvonne Markley. Artist's demonstration 1 -4 p.m. Dec. 2. D New works by Barbara Kastner. Through Dec. 22. PRESBYTERIAN MANOR 1421 Kasold. D Jan Gaumnitz, paintings, through December. LAWRENCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Third and Maine. KANSAS UNION GALLERY 864-3477 Kansas Union, KU campus. HAND AND EYE (I) 803 Mass, (in the Casbah). MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING Fourth and Maine. D Fabric wall hangings by Gwen Whittlesly. Through December. THE GALLERY 841-3217 745 N.H. (Marketplace). D Holiday Preview by gallery members. Dec. 1-Jan. 4. Opening 2-4 p.m. Dec. 1. • D Grace Carmody, metalsmithing. FRAME WORKS , 842-4900 Holiday Plaza. .' ROY'S CREATIVE FRAMING AND GALLERY < 711 W. 23rd (Malls). j D Watercolors by Sherry Slaymaker ' Brejcha, through Dec. 8. PEN AND INC ART SUPPLIES GALLERY 841-1777 623 Vt. D Illustrations by John Naughtin, Dec. 1-31.

Reggae king Bob Marley and his Wallers perform Thursday night at Kansas University's Hoch Auditorium. The show gets under way at 7:30 p.m. Local band Pat's Blue Rjddim is the warm-up act.

Night Life Lawrence LAWRENCE OPERA HOUSE/7th SPIRIT CLUB 642 Mass. Opera house: live entertainment several nights a week; balcony: private club, music; cellar: private club, music. Sunday performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Other days, doors open at 8 p.m. Opera house: D Nov. 30: Southern Fried. D Dec. 1: Alchemy. D Dec. 5: Buzzcocksand Ultravox. D Dec. 7,8: The St. Louis Sheiks. D Dec. 14,15: Pat's Blue Riddim. PENTIMENTO COFFEEHOUSE-CAFE 841-7027 611 Vt. Food and local entertainment. Shows usually start at 8 p.m. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. D Nov. 30: Allen Cook, Elliot Golden and Steve Pritchard. D Dec. 1: Paul Bylaska, Mim and Don Carlson and John Andrews. D Dec. 2: Heartspace and Paul Reneau. D Dec. 5: Ariva Berger and Ben Curtit. D Dec. 6: Maria Sanchoz. G.P. LOYD'SWEST 841-8848 Hillcrest Shopping Center (below J. Watson's). Ninth and Iowa. Disco. Beer. PAUL GRAY'S JAZZ PLACE 843-2644 926 Mass, (upstairs). Beer, soft drinks. Open 8 p.m.- midnight Thursday, Friday and Saturday. D Nov. 30: The Gaslight Gang. D Dec. 1: Red Rodney. D Dec. 4: Monty Alexander. OFF-THE-WALL HALL 841-0817 737 N.H. Beer, live entertainment, usually beginning at 8 or 9 p.m. D Dec. 1: Headquarters, Lawrence's crisis intervention center, celebrates its 10th birthday, beginning at 8 p.m. Music by Terry Walton and others. D Dec. 6: Beth Scalet. THE CONGO BAR 842-9409. 520 N. Third. Beer, live music, dancing.

SERGEANT PRESTON'S OF THE NORTH 843-7644 815 New Hampshire. Private club. Sandwiches. SHILOH'S 842-941023rd and Haskell. Private club. Country and western music. Dance floor. CARRIAGE LAMP 842-9470 711 W. 23rd (Malls). Private club. BULLWINKLE'S 843-2000 806 W. 24th. Private club. Disco. ELDRIDGE HOUSE CLUB 841-4666 Seventh and Massachusetts. Private'club. SHENANIGANS 841-4600901 Miss. Private club. Disco. MINGLES 842-7030 2222 W. Sixth (Ramada Inn). Private club. Disco. THE FLAME 843-9783 801 N.H. Private club. THE FORT 843-9793 508 Locust (North Lawrence). Private club. THE HIDEOUT CLUB 843-9851 530 Wis. Private club, with entertainment. G.P. LOYD'S 841-2745 Seventh and Massachusetts. Private club. Disco. 'THE SANCTUARY 843-9703 1401 W. Seventh. Private club. CORRAL CLUB 842-3345 2112-EW. 25th (Holiday Plaza). Private club. RUSSELL'S EAST 841 -3530 3400 W. Sixth. Private club. FLAMINGO CLUB 843-9800 501 N. Ninth. Private club. Dancers.

Kansas City COSTELLO'S GREENHOUSE RESTAURANT 85th and Ward Parkway. D Julie Weaver, pianist, 8:30 p.m.12:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. RUSTY SCUPPER 421 W. 14th. n Joe Utterback Trio, 7-11 p.m. Wednesday-Friday. GRECIAN GARDENS 7703 Prospect. n Don Lipovac, accordion; George w^m

The University of Kansas School of Fine Arts Presents the

BRAHMS' "REQUIEM " Performed by the COMBINED CHOIRS AND CHORSUS James Ralston, Conductor

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Zoos Topeka TOPEKA ZOO 1-272-5821 635 Gage Blvd. (Gage Park). Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. every day; buildings open at 10 a.m. Open until 6 p.m., Sundays and holidays except New Year's and Christmas. Tropical rain forest, gorillas and more.

Kansas City KANSAS CITY ZOO 1-816-333-7405 Swope Park. Meyer Boulevard at Swope Parkway. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except New Year's and Christmas.

Dance Lawrence CONCERT D Dec. 7-8: The University Dance Co. presents a fall concert of contemporary, classical modern and jazz styled dances at 7:30 p.m. both nights at KU's Hashinger Hall, 1632 Engle Road. FOLK DANCE International folk dancing 7:30-10:30 p.m., Fridays at Kansas University's Robinson Gymn, room 173.

Sports Lawrence KANSAS UNIVERSITY JAYHAWKS Basketball. Allen Fieldhouse, KU. D Dec. 1: Doubleheader with KUWayland (women's) at 5:15 p.m. and KUNevada at Reno (men's) at 7:35 p.m. D Dec. 8: San Diego State (men's). D Dec. 12: Doubleheader with .KUNorthwest Oklahoma State (women's) at 5:15 p.m. and KU-Kentucky (men's) at 7:35 p.m.

Kansas City KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Football. Arrowhead Stadium, Truman Sports Complex. 1-70. D Seattle. KANSAS CITY KINGS Basketball. Until further notice, games will be at Memorial Hall. Ticket information at 816-421-2999. D Nov. 30; Seattle. D Dec. 2: Boston. D Dec. 5: Detroit. D Dec. 12: Portland.

Music Lawrence Concerts

REGGAE D Bob Marley and the Wallers, at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6, at KU's Hoch Auditorium. Also Pat's Blue Riddim Band and Robert Zohn and Betty Wright. Ticket informaMACKLER-KLEBAN GALLERY 5010 Main. tion: SUA box office, Kansas Union. D R. C. Gorman, lithographs, stone and RAMSEY LEWIS metal sculpture. D Ramsey Lewis performs at 8 p.m. Dec. 5 in KU's Hoch Auditorium. Opening UMKC ART GALLERY act: the Joe Utterback Trio. Ticket in50th and Holmes (UMKC campus). D "Through the Looking Glass," an ex- formation: SUA box office, Kansas Union. hibit of three-dimensional floating images CHORAL made with lasers. Dec. 2-30. D A 280-voice Kansas University chorus THE LAWRENCE GALLERY presents Brahms' "Requiem," at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 2 at Hoch Auditorium. 901 Westport Road. D Group show, ceramics. CIVIC CHOIR THE MORGAN GALLERY D The Lawrence Civic Choir presents its 5006 State Line. annual fall concert at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7, at D Terry Allen, collages and drawings. the First United Methodist Church, 946 Vt. Through Dec. 1. Tickets at the door. DOUGLAS DRAKE GALLERY CONTEMPORARY MUSIC 4500 State Line. D Opus presents an evening of contemD Paintings by Larry Poons. porary music, with laser lights and special UNITARIAN CHURCH effects. At 8 and 10 p.m. Dec. 7 and 8, at 4500 Warwick. the Lawrence Arts Center. D Joan Foth, recent watercolors. PIPE ORGAN MASTERCLASS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER D Masterclass by Marilyn Mason, 8201 Holmes. university organist and chairman of the

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D Annual art-poetry invitational, through Jan. 6. ART RESEARCH CENTER 922 E. 48th. CHARLOTTE CROSBY KEMPER GALLERY Kansas City Art Institute, 4415 Warwick. L'OMEGA 4001 Broadway (Westport). D Clarice Cliff, ceramics.

George Lawner, Conductor

Phyllis Brill and Antonio Perez, Soloists SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2,1979 3:30 p.m. HOCH AUDITORIUM

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organ department at the University of Michigan, 9 a.m.-noon Dec. 3. At KU's Swarthout Recital Hall.

Recitals PIANO D Student recital by Kim Soleski at 8 p.m. Nov. 30 in KU's Swarthout Recital Hall. ALTO SAXOPHONE • D Carol A. Issac in a student recital at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 1 in KU's Swarthout Recital Hall. VIOLA D Sally Shumway in a student recital at 8 p.m. Dec. 5 in KU's Swarthout Recital Hall. CHAMBER MUSIC D A student ensemble presents a chamber music recital at 8 p.m. Dec. 3 in KU's Swarthout Recital Hall. KANSAS UNIVERSITY CARILLON Campanile on Memorial Drive, KU campus. Tours by appointment with Albert Gerken, university carillonneur. Best places to listen: 100-200 feet away from campanile and away from other buildings; Marvin Grove (between campanile and Spencer Museum of Art) recommended. Recitals 3 p.m., Sundays and 7 p.m., Wednesdays except holidays.

Kansas City Concerts D Dec. 1: Muddy Waters, Uptown Theater. D Dec. 1: Kenny Loggins, Memorial Hall. D Dec. 8: Styx, Municipal Auditorium. D Dec. 10, 11: The Grateful Dead, Memorial Hall. D Dec. 19: Rose Royce, Uptown Theater. , KANSAS CITY PHILHARMONIC Performances at the Music Hall in Municipal Auditorium, 1310 Wyahdotte. Maurice Peress, music director and conductor. For information;, call 1-816-8429300. The regular season begins Oct. 30. Preconcert lectures on the composers and their music will be presented in the lobby 30 minutes before all performances. Also, Saturday night "pops" performances. D Dec. 8: Mason Williams and the Bluegrass Band, a "pops" concert. D Dec. 17- 19: "A Christmas Carol," by Charles Dickens, at the Music Hall. WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE FINE ARTS PROGRAM Performances at Gano Hall on the college's Liberty campus; the Music Hall in Municipal Auditorium, 1310 Wyandotte; and the Lyric Theatre, 11th and Central. D Nov. 30: Renata Scotto, soprano, the Metropolitan Opera's reigning diva, performs at the K.C. Music Hall.

Food Lawrence AZTEC INN '842-9455 807 Vt. Mexican. LA TROPICANA 843-9860 434 Locust (North Lawrence). Mexican, home-cooked. ELDRIDGE HOUSE DINING ROOM AND CLUB 841-4666 Seventh and Massachusetts. KANSAS UNION 864-4596 (building information). Jayhawk Boulevard, KU campus. Cafeteria, deli, soup and salad bar, Hawk's Nest, Prairie Room. PENTIMENTO CAFE 841-7027611 Vt. H.B. QUIRK'S 842-2292 2600 Iowa. Prime rib, crepes, quiches. GREENBRIAR'S DELI 841-8271 Holiday Plaza (25th and Iowa). Cheese, meat. CAMPUS HIDEAWAY 8 4 3 - 9 1 1 1 106-W N. Park ( o f f Masachusetts Street). Italian. DRAKE'S 843-0561 907 Mass. Cafe; breakfast and lunch. Also bakery. CASA DE TACO 843-9880 1105 Mass. Mexican. EL MATADOR 843-9741 446 Locust (North Lawrence). Mexican, home-cooked. CORNUCOPIA 842-9637 1801 Mass. Crepes, omelettes, salad bar, home-made bread. MASS STREET DELI 842-6565941 Mass. Sandwiches, salads, desserts. HARVEST 842-6730745 N.H. (in the Marketplace). Omelettes, sandwiches, soups for lunch; gourmet menu evenings. CASTLE TEA ROOM 843-1151 1307 Mass. Beautiful old house; slow-paced, intimate atmosphere. CARRIAGE LAMP 842-9470 7(1 W. 23rd (Malls Shopping Center). Food, drinks. CATHAY RESTAURANT 842-4976 2104-D W. 25th (Holiday Plaza). Oriental. ROYAL PEKING RESTAURANT 841-4599 711 W. 23rd (Malls Shopping Center). Oriental. DON'S STEAK HOUSE 843-1110 2176 E. 23rd. Steak and seafood. G'S BARBECUE 841-3402 Sixth and Maine; also next to

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