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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 3, 1988

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The University of Michigan Union

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October 3 to October 9,1988

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BANDSA W
BOXE S
You can Make
Nobody knows boxes like Gary
and bandsaw boxes are cleverly
simple and affordable. Come
learn about this technique
before the holiday rush.
Studient Woodshop Wednesday
Workshop
Octber 5, 740p
$5.00 registrationfee0
The Woodshop, a part of the
Michigan Union Qffice of Arts
& Programming, is located on
the Thompson St. side of the
SAB. Call 763-4025 for details.

October's Theme: The Art of Accompaniment
A RTS I THE UNION
The special art of piano accompaniment has been
mastered by several of this month's musicians, most
students pursuing rs of Musical Arts (DMA)
from the University. The special talent of accompa-
niment," says Shirle Smith, Arts Programs Coordi-
nator, "involves one Artist being able to communicate
with the other on a vkry complex level, so that both
may be able to corvey the mood of the piece they
are performing with grace and unity."
Take a quiet halt hour from your trudges through
campus to enjoythese incredibly talented perform-
ers.
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CON E RT OF T HE MONT H
"Songs by Youhg Singers", Admission Free
Tusday, October4, 8pm in the Pendleton Room
Songs in a variety of stys by some of Ann Arbor's
best singers, including several U-M School of Music
students. The specifics ofithe program for the eve-
ning are being kept under 'wraps-expect a pleasant
surprise! a/}
The Concert of the Month is presented, of course,
every four weeks and features some of our best
student musical talent in hour-long, informal and
most enjoyable presentations.
MUSIC T MIDDAY
Thursday, October 6, 1988
12:15-12:45pm, Pendleton Room
"Music for Voice and Piano"
Laura Lamport accompanied by Alan Smith, Doctor
of Musical Arts
A variety of musical selections emphasizing the
ability of singer and accompanist to perform in har-
mony with one another.
Music at Midday happens every Thursday from
12:15-12:45 in the Pendleton Room. Enjoy a very
informal, pleasant interlude with us-you'll find it
much more profitable than is a half-hour in front of
the (shudder) television set!
For information on future performances, watch this
space. For informationon how you can perform, call
the Michigan Union Arts & Programming Office at
764-6498.

Leaders pStyles
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Designed fo people inVd iC 0
studcet cranzaions, th .
will teach you more about your
own leadership style, and you
will gruw to understand and
apprcecate other styles. Several
different instruments and quos-
tionnaires will be used as a basis
$10.00. Register at the Michi-
an Union Ticket Office, M4F,
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The minicourse, part of UAC's
Minieourse series, is eospon
sored by the Union's Student
Organization Development
Center. A whole series of
noncredit (but fun and enrich-
Ingi) classes are available. See
the Michigan Uinin Class
ScheduIe, available at the CC
desk or Ike Mlchigan Union
Ticket Office in ihe Union.

Lee Iacocca
Should Have it So Good
Executive

Project S.E.R.V.E.
Volunteer of the Week:
Gail Silberman

Meeting
R ooms Free
to Student
Organizations
You and your organization
members no longer have to ren-
dezvous in the diag or
somebody's crowded apart- a
ment-meet in comfort and style
in the Union's meeting rooms.
All convenient and attractively
appointed, some furnished with
antiques or afireplace, most
with historical significance-the
Union's meeting rooms are the
envy of Fortune 500 companies!
Any MSA-recognized student
organization can reserve these
rooms at no charge. Use them
for meetings, parties, retreats,
or gatherings of any kind. Serv-
ices including complete cater-
ing, AV equipment, and direc-
tional signs are available for a
fee.
To reserve a room, stop by the
Michigan Union Scheduling
Office, Room 1400, 8am-Spm..

Reconstructing houses
and working on a shelter
for the homeless isn't in
the LSA Course Guide,
but Gail Silberman learned
a lot from it. Silberman, a
senior majoring in Sociol-
ogy and Women's Studies,
has been involved in the
College Democrats, the
Involved in Michigan
Political Action committee,
the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry, and the
Student Alumni Council.
She has also been in-
volved in Alpha Phi
Omega, the national
service fraternity.
It is through Alpha Phi
Omega that Gail began
her work for homeless
people in Ann Arbor.
Because of her efforts to
renovate and reconstruct
housing for those with no
homes, Gail is highly
deserving of the Volunteer
of the Week position. She
also was the University's
finalist for the nationwide
1988 Robinson Humani-
tarian Award, given to
undergraduate students
who are exceptionally in-
volved in community
service.
Gail's work with homeless
people has made life
worth living for several
Ann Arbor residents. It
has also given her life
more meaning.
Project SERVE (students
in Educationally Reward-
ing Volunteer Experi-
ences) is a new project
being developed at the
Union to encourage and
enable student participa-
tion in public service. To
find out how you can add
meaning to your life and
others', call Project Com-
munity/Project SERVE at
763-3548 or visit us at
2205 Michigan Union.

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Eight a ment
Preregistr
Ends Satur
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Preregistration ends at
midnight October 8,
1988 for the Michigan
Union Billiards and
Games Room's Eight
Ball Tournament, which
will be Sunday, October
9 at 10:30 am. Winners
of this tournament will
go on to the Big Ten
Pool Tournament at
Purdue University on
October 29.
To register, stop by the
Billiards and Games
Room, second floor, and
sign up. Registration
costs a mere $3.00; only
registered U-M students

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P U. rJ r t
Monday - Friday, 4-8 pm
Tuesday the 4th:
Wednesday the 5th:
Thursday the 6th:
Friday the 7th:
Saturday the 8th:

Happy Hour
U-M Water Polo Club Fundraiser
10 pm, Laughtrack, sponsored by
UAC
10pm, Soundstage: Reggae with
First Light, sponsored by UAC
9:30 pm, New Music Night with
DJ Tom Simonian
9:30 pm, Club Night (New Music
and House) with the Pip

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TI C:K*..ET:.OFFICE
Michigan Union Ticket Offkt pein every dray:
On Sale Now! :....Service charges wheejaplicable.
.r J?.e$ Jaz Presents Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats and magicians,.
Carla Bley and Steve Swallow . Nn-stop entertinimenLt fr th whole family!I
Legendary jazz compser ansi'nfltxtartnst Wedn~esday, October 12.
Tuesday, October 4....................pm at th Power Center
The Smithereens
Liz Story.:.dw Jersey's greatest rock band
Classically trained ;jammi iredpw 2RA IhuasdCy, oberl
reco rding artist at the Power Center
We dnes8.ayOctober ~
Si ron writer wi6hf eat >::g*s > 1..:::t f4Arneria
htnrrand satirical edge~o4fy tbr1
atudY Octobr 8 ..nd AtheArk
7;3.0 and 1.Qpm at ahe Ark
Deter 1e44any a i4
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LET STATE EAT LIKE SPARTANS
BEFORE THE GAME, WOLVERINES DINE IN STYLE AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB!
Take the folks-or your friends-even those from Moo U-to
Michigan Union's Heritage Buffet this Saturday before the
MSU game!
Devour these delights before watching the Wolverines devour
the Spartans:
Chicken marengo, stuffed pork chops, quiche, assorted salads,
linguine alfredo, and desserts, including cheesecake and apple
dumplings.
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