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Thursday, September 9, 1976


Page Three

(The University Activities Center
has gotten a new look but we're
*.:still providing the same great
...:r.Y* entertainment and services)
UAC is celebrating it's 11th year of existence with THE UAC UM ARTISTS AND LEARN ABOUT PLANNING AND PRIZES:
what we hope will be a year of challenge, enter- CRAFTSMEN'S GUILD BUst Prize-a term's ticket for one to
tainment, and learning. To start the ball in motion BOOKING LECTURES AND
UAC begins on September 9th with MEDIATRICS is once again sponsoring the Collabrative art classes ACTIVITIES . Concert Co-op concerts.
presenting: during the fall term. For more information call 2nd Prie-a term's ticket for one to t
CLOCKWORK ORANGE BLAZING SADDLES 668-7884 or come to the office located on the 2nd UAC is looking for someone to head the Future Mediotric films.
September 9 and 10 September 11, 12 Floor of the Michigan Union and pick up an appli- Worlds lecture series and Minority Affairs Council,
NATURAL SCIENCE AUD. cation. applications are available at the UAC office, 2nd
7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Tickets: $1.25 Floor Michigan Union. For more information con- THE RULES:
UAC MASS MEETING UAC IS LOOKING FOR cerning the tw groups cmt to the UAC MASS 1) Any form of exprtssion is acceptable
September 14, 15, 1 6-7 :00 p.m. MEETING September 14, 15, 16 at the Pendleton ings, songs, poems, plays, essays...)
PENDLETON ARTS INFORMATION CENTER (2nd PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARTISTS, Arts Information Center at 7:00 p.m. 2) Enter as many times as you wish; ho.
Foor Michigan Union across from pool hall) different work must accompany each entry.
Meet all the groups that form UAC and the stu- AND PEOPLE TO PUT UP POSTERS. 3) Only students on the U of M campu
dents that make UAC one of the nationally known DON'T BURY Y O U R HEAD IN BOOKS THIS Arbor) are allowed to enter. UAC Senior C
student activities centers in the country. FOR MORE INFO CALL 763-1107 TERM . . . LEARN ABOUT FINANCES . - - their assistants, UAC Committee Chai
Try-out dates for MUSKET, Soph Show and Chil- PUBLIC RELATIONS . . . WORKING WITH UAC work-study students and professiona
dren's Theatre will be announced as will usher sign OR COME TO THE MASS MEETING. PEOPLE ... HAVING FUN ... FIND OUT HOW ciated with UAC are excluded.
up for Concert Co-op and Eclipse Jazz. Our chal- _.COME TO THE UAC MASS MEETING ... 4) All entries must be received by Se
lenge to you is to come and get involved (You'd be ** 30, 1976, 6:00 p.m.
surprised what you'll learn.) UAC PRINT SHOP 5) Entry forms. can be obtained at th
A sThe UAC Print Shop provides a non-profit inexpen-Ta toffice, 2nd Floor Michigan Union.
UAC Is Sponsoring a sTheaPnseedyhpotrservidestoallnampn-p ratexpdnThe First ACContest "What Is a AC-y?" *The winner has the option to purchase t
P9sive and speedy poster service to all campus-related .1next to them.
PEOPLE'S PLAZA DANCE . . . groups. We can produce from one to three hundred neCH LE GEthY U.
WATCH FOR MORE DETAILS posters advertising your special event, dance, play OUR CHALLENGE TO YOU IS
Mediatrics resents T HE EXORCIST speech, rush activity, party, film or the services DEFINE "WHAT IS A UAC-Y?" We at UAC have started the year with en
you provide on as little as two days notice. Our
September 17 and 18-7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. prices are the cheapest in town. Throughout the years people have wondered what ment but if it is to continue we need the h,
NATURAL SCIENCE AUD. Besides printing posters the Print Shop provides a it takes for someone to work for UAC. Who are support of the student body. Because U
new service to the campus community-cutting they? What type of people are they? We thought student organization run. for and by stud
THE UAC 1976-1977 APPOINTMENT mimeograph stencils. We will cut stencils for stu- you our supporters, the people that end up with our challenge has always been to bring in tO
CALENDAR is now available at dent organizations, departments and other campus
FOLLETT'S LOGO'S MICHIGAN LEAGUE related groups for a discount price within one day. programming ideas should answer that question. entertainment and quality servicesgto y
OVERBECK'S U. CELLAR MICHIGAN UNION (We will also handle rush jobs and give greater What do you thinksnt takes for somene to be a Arbor campus. This year we challenge Y
and most UAC events . for $1.75 . limited supplies discounts to larger orders.) UAC-y? student body, to help us by GETTING INY
The University Activities Center (UAC) announces its annual
to be held 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 14, Wednesday, September 15, Thursday, September 16
in the Pendleton Arts Information Center of the Michigan Union
(2nd floor, across from the pool hall)

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Following the brief mass meeting UAC committees will meet individually to further inform you about their activities. An active interest, time and energy se
as the needed skills for any of the UAC committees, which provide outlets for a diversity of interests. Chairpersons have been selected to head the differ
committees. They are in the process of forming/enlarging their committees to work on:
a lecture series which brings famous speakers to campus to discuss a committee who's function on campus is to help provide minority Last year homecoming was revived, hoping to continue a ne
the topic-the future of planet Earth; coordinated by UAC and programming on campus. tradition on the Michigan campus we're looking for hard workii
th egah eatet h eisi atof a larer proect rather zany people to make up a committee to work on activiti
the Geography Department, the series is part f rgr Pr1ec * TRAVEL- such as telephone-booth stuffing.
which includes a geography course, lecture series and conference
festival. UAC/Travel sends students all over the world on international " ECLIPSE JAZZ-
charter flights as well as providing reduced fares for travel within E
" CONCERT CO-OP- the United States. Just formed less than a year ago, Eclipse Jazz is made up of st
brings big-name acts to the U of M. Student participation in dents interested in bringing jazz to Ann Arbor. Students do c
concert production includes ushering, publicity and a voice in the"MEDIATRIC- the booking, publicity, ushering, and more.
selection of concert talent. Some of the films being shown this term: Blazing Saddles, Young " UAC IS IN DIRE NEED of artists,
* SOPH SHOW- Frankenstein, many more recent releases.
i O HSauu HteO upiha-t as n cesaeYaeup*A Dphotographers, and poster putter-uppers!!!
is a unique theatre group in that its cast and crews are made up " ARTISTS AND CRAFTSMEN- GUILD- Compensation is offered in return!!!! For more info call 763-11
of all sophomores and freshpeople, offering the development of sponsors six art fairs during the year. With a membership of over or come to the meeting.
skills in acting, directing, producing, promotion and finance. 600 artists and craftspeople, the guild was founded with thehob-Uoffering a ticket service to m
" MUSKET- ject of advancing interest and participation in the arts throughout University ICKET CNTcAps.fen aytrice to m
has planned a fall prduction of Camelot as well as another all- the State of Michigan.ty actes on cpus. peond-F
campus musical this winter. The productions are entirely student- " SPECIAL EVENTS-
supervised. Last year Computer Match Dating evolved from Special Projects, " There is a new committee being formed which is in need of
" CHILDREN'S THEATRE- bring your ideas in no matter how insane or sane; it could become chairperson to head it:
This theatre group is only three years old; however thtir previous a UAC event. Mini-concerts-a new series of concerts to be held in the Uni
shows "100 Acker Wood" and "Free To Be You and Me" have " SPECIAL PROJECTS- Ballroom. Again, participation is needed in the areas of publici
proved to be high successes playing to sold-out audiences. This is A prction
another area of theatre to be explored. People are needed to coordinate inter-UAC projects. ushering and the selection of talent.
* NOTE-People are needed to head these committees. If you are interested, come by a nd pick-up an application.
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