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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 12, 1988

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The University of Michigan Union December 12 to December 18
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Planning to

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broke after the
holidays?
Probably. Start
Winter Term off
right!
Earn money!
. . .and have a
great social life,
-- exciting and fas-
cinating interac-
tions with
people, and free
admission to the
U-Club if you
qualify to work
for Michigan
Union Food
Services! Lots of
different kinds of
positions are
available. Call
936-2702 or
come to Room
2400 Michigan
Union Monday
through Friday,
8am-Spm, for an
interview!
An equal
opportunity,
affirmative
action employer.
Michigan
Advertising Works,
Holiday
Schedule

Michigan Advertising
Works, 2202 Michigan
Union, will be closing for
the term December 14 at
5pm. They will reopen
January 5, 1989 at 9am.

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EARN THREE CREDITS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM NEXT TERM THROUGH
PROJECT COMMUNITY'S SERVICE/LEARNING PROGRAMS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE,
HEALTH CARE, CONSUMER ADVOCACY, AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
MICHIGAN UNION PROJECT COMMUNITY IS A 27-YEAR-OLD SERVICE-LEARN-
ING PROGRAM AT U-M WITH A COMMITMENT TO BOTH COMMUNITY SERVICE AND
TO STUDENT LEARNING. THE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES ARE RICH, STIMULATED
BY THE COMMUNITY SERVICE EXPERIENCE AND THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM
(SEMINARS, READINGS, WRITINGS) BACK ON CAMPUS. MOST STUDENTS RE-
CEIVE CREDIT ON A MANDATORY CREDIT/NO CREDIT BASIS FOR SOCIOLOGY
' 389; STAISFACTORY/UNSATISFACTORY FOR EDUCATION 317 IS AN OPTION
FOR STUDENTS SELECTING PARTICULAR SCHOOL PLACEMENTS.

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FUTURE BUSINESS &
COMMUNITY LEADERS:
THIS INTERNSHIP'S
FOR YOU
The International Leadership
Center is seeking undergrads
who have completed their
junior year by June 1989 to
participate in a paid intern-
ship-10 weeks of strength-
ening leadership skills. The
objective is to help you
accept major leadership
responsibilities earlier in your
career and handle them more
effectively.

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THERE ARE STILL SEVERAL OPEN FIELD PLACEMENTS. STOP BY PROJECT
COMMUNITY AT 2205 MICHIGAN UNION, MONDAY - FRIDAY, 8-5, 763-
3548.
PROJECT COMMUNITY -WHERE SERVICE AND LEARNING INTERSECT.

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The primary criterion is that
the student have an "out-
standing potential for leader-
ship." The intership takes
place in various parts of the
country, and participants
receive a $2500.00 scholar-
ship, and most expenses are
underwritten by corporate
sponsors.
To fill out an application and
get more information, see
Julie at the Michigan Union
Student Organization Devel-

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PART OF THE YEAR-LONG LUNCHEON DISCUSSION/ADVENTURE SERIES EN-
TITLED "UNDERSTANDING AND CHALLENGING OUR ISMS," THIS WEEK'S DIS-
CUSSION, RACISM & ETHNOCENTRISM, WILL BE HELD IN DINING ROOMS 4 AND
5 OF THE LEAGUE. FREE COFFEE, TEA AND HOT CHOCOLATE WILL BE PRO-
VIDED; BRING YOUR LUNCH OR BUY IT THERE.

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JOIN US IN OUR QUEST TO INCREASE OUR AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING
OF OUR HUMAN CONNECTEDNESS!
TODAY, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12 FROM 12-1:30.
THIS PART OF THE SERIES WILL BE FACILITATED BY THE INTERNATIONAL
CENTER. THE SERIES IS SPONSORED BY THE MICHIGAN UNION STUDENT OR-
GANIZATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER,'MICHIGAN UNION MINORITY STUDENT
SERVICES, AND SEVERAL OTHER UNIVERSITY STUDENT SERVICES OFFICES.

opment Center, room 2202.
- -Or call 763-5900.

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ROAST BEEF AND
SALMON AND LEMON CHICKEN, MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY
HALIBUT AND CAJUN CHICKEN, TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
HONEY-GLAZED BABY CARROTS, VEGETABLE MEDLEY,
BROCCOLI WITH CHEESE SAUCE
RICE PILAF, BAKED POTATOES WITH SOUR CREAM, LINGUINI ALFREDO
SALAD BAR:
TOSSED SALAD WITH ASSORTED DRESSINGS, AMBROSIA, PASTA SALAD
ASSORTED SALADS AND RELISHES
FOR DESSERT:
APPLE DUMPLINGS WITH BAVARIAN CREAM, CHOCOLATE CAKE,
PECAN PIE, CHEESECAKE
MONDAY-THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19-22, 1988, 11:30AM-1:30PM,
$6.95 PER PERSON. CALL 763-4648 FOR RESERVATIONS.

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Cheer on the Wolverines
with a Rose Bowl Cup
from the MUG
Get your very own per-
sonalprivatewonderful-
for-keeps Rose Bowl
Souvenir Cup when
you buy a Pepsi for a
buck and a quarter at
any of the six restau-
rants of the MUG Eater-
ies and Commons. This
special is good only
while supplies last, so
hurry, hurry!

The Michigan Union Student
Organization Development
Center (SODC) is set up to
help you.make the very most
out of your student organiza-
tion experiences and to help
you prepare for the future by
being the best leader pos-
sible. Organizational consult-
ants are available from 8-5
Monday through Friday to
help you. Call 763-5900, or
stop by 2202 Michigan Union.

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T I C K E T
Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale Now!
Chenille Sisters
2nd Fantastic Really Big Concert
Sold out last year, buy tickets early
Saturday, December 17
8pm at the Michigan Theatre
Song Sisters' Holiday Concert
Chris Barton and Julie Austin
A special concert for children
Sunday, December 18
5pm and 7pm at the Ark
From England
John Roberts and Tony Barrand
Renowned for old pub songs,
bawdvsongs, ballads, and humor-
ous recitations.

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Open every day.
Service charges where applicable.
The 12th Ann Arbor Folk Festival
With John Prine, David Bromberg,
John Hartford, Riders in the Sky,
Heather Bishop, Clive Gregso and
Christine Collister, James
Keelaghan, Mustard's Retreat,
Footloose, and the Folktellers
Legendary Musical Event!
Saturday, January 28, 1989
6pm at Hill Auditorium
Eclipse Jazz Presents
Modern Jazz Quartet
The premier concert ensemble in
jazz, now in their 36th year
together

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