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Page 14 -- The Michigan Daily -- Monday, September 26, 1988

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111 MI 26 - October 2, 1988

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FORGET PHYSICS!
LEARN THE BASICS OF
WOODTURNING

Vanguards
for
Change
Enhancing leadership, com-
munity, and personal devel-
opment are the goals of the
Residence Hall Government
Leadership Conference,
entitled, "Vanguards for
Change," to be held this
Saturday, October 2. The y
conference, for Hall Gov-
ernment officers, representa-
tives, and their staff advisors,
will consist of sessions on
leadership topics including
running effective meetings,
conflict management, and
ethics in student leadership.
Dr. James Chaffers, U-M
Professor of Architecture and
Urban Planning, will be the
keynote speaker. Chaffers,
highly committed to commu-
nity development and social
responsibility, is the author
of the essay "Diversity, Crea-
tivity and the University,"
which has been cited as a
model philosophical view of
this important social issue.
The Residence Hall Confer-
ence, sponsored by the
Michigan Union Student
Organization Development
Center, the Housing Divi-
sion, and the Residence Halls
Association, is open only to
Residence Hall government
members; however; many of
the sessions offered will be
available to a wider audience
during February's campus-
wide Leadership Conference.
Watch this space for details
as the event approaches.

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The four apartments which make up the Union's CocurN
ricul r' rograms cluster are holding a joint Open House
's Friday, Sept. 30 from 2-5 pm for everybody in the Uni-
versity community.
The Cocurricular Programs offices-Arts & Programming,
Minority Student Services, Project Community/Project
SERVE, and the Student Organization Development
Center-invite you to pause in your hectic Friday afternoo
and get refreshed:
Refresh your memory. Learn the new office locations-
they've changed from last year.
Refresh your body. Hors d'ouevres andliquid refresh-
ments will be served.
Refresh your out-of-classroom life. Scads of information,
resources, programs and advice are available through
these four offices. Find out how they can help you nourish
you in your life outside the classroom.
oin us, and the other active, involved U-M students who
fr uent our offices this Friday afternoon!
Hit the secd floor of the Union and you'll see the signs.

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Sometimes he goes in
circles, sometimes he
stands in circles, but
his specialty is turning
wood into circles.
Come and learn how.
Student Woodshop
Wednesday Workshop
with Brian Newell
September 28, 7-10pm
$5.00 registration fee
The Woodshop, a part
of the Michigan Union
Office of Arts & Pro-
gramming, is located
on the Thompson St.
side of the SAB. Call
763-4025 for details.
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POOL SHARKS:
TOURNAMENT
PREREGISTRATION

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Art Exhibits
at the Union
Works by Members
of the Ann Arbor
Fiber Arts Guild
Through October 14
in the University
Club
David Sheffler:
Drawings and Pa-
perw orks
October 3-31
in the Art Lounge
The Fiber Arts ex-
hibit is open 11:30-
1:30 M-F, and 4pm-
lam Tues. - Sat.
Sheffler's exhibit is
open daily from 7am
-lam. Both are pre-
sented by the
Union's Office of
Arts and Program-
ming, 764-6498.

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BEGINS SATURDAY

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Monday - Friday, 4-8 pm
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Wed. Sept. 28, 10 pm
Thursday, Sept. 29, 10pm
Friday , Sept. 30, 9:30 pm
Saturday , Oct. 1, 9:30 pm

Happy Hour

To be announced
Laughtrack, sponsored by UAC
Soundstage: Big Box of Nines,
sponsored by UAC
New Music Night
with DJ Tom Simonian
Club Night (New Music/ House)
with DJ the Pip

The University Club Is a private club for U-M students,
faculty, staff, alumni and their invited guests. Only mem-
bers of legal drinking age may purchase alcohol.

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Prekegistration be-
gin) October 1, 1988
for Vie Michigan
Unio\Billiards and
Games\Room's Pool
TournanNnt, which
will be Suhday, Octo-
ber 9 at 10:Nam.
This tournament will
serve as thelqualify-
ing tourna ent to
:round up 1
finalists forithe Big
Ten Pool Tot inament
at Purdue iversity
on October 19.
To registerst

T I C K E
Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale Now!
Marvin llamlisch
Author of "The way We Were", "A Chor
Wednesday, September 28
8:00 pm at Hill Auditorium
Randee of the Redwoods
MTV regular, mime, standup comic and s
Friday, September 30
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
Eclipse Jazz Presents
Carla Bley and Steve Swallow
Legendary jazz composer and brilliant pia
Tuesday, October 4
8 and 10 pm at the Ark

T 0 F F IC E
Open every day.
Service charges where applicable.
Christine Lavin
us Line". Singer/songwriter with offbeat outrageous
humor and satirical edge
Saturday, October 8
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
tory teller. Peter Bellamy
From England. Master of the concertina.
Tuesday, October 11
8pm at the Ark

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Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats and magicians
Non-stop entertainment for the whole familyt
Wednesday, October 12
7pm at the Power Center

the Billiards and
Games Room, sec-
ond floor, and sign
up. Registration
costs a mere $3.00;
only registered U-M
students in good
academic standing
are eligible.

Liz Story
Classically trained jazz-inspired Novux/RCA
recording artist
Wednesday, October 5
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark

The Smithereens
New Jersey's greatest rock band
Thursday, October 13
8pm at the Power Center

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