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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 17, 1988

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The University of Michigan Union October 17 to October 23, 1988
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NATIONAL COLLEGIATE

BXESwl
More box-making craziness from
the Box Man himself, and just in
time for holiday giving! He's the
one The Daily wrote such a nice
article about a couple of weeks
ago.
Student Woodshop Wednesday
Workshop
with Garry Venable
October 19, 6:30-10:3Opm
$5.00 registration fee
The Woodshop, a part of the
Michigan Union Office of Arts &
Programming, is located on the
Thompsoo St. side of the SAB.
Call 763-4025 for details.

October 1988
Schedule of events

ALCOHOL

Eigth Ball
Tournament'
Winners:

AWARENESS WEEK

Partner?

NATIVE
AMERICAN
MONTH
"More Than Bows and Ar-
rows"
Movie and Disussion
Ambatana Lounge, South
Quadrangle
Tuesday, October 18, 7pm
Native American Stories and
Legends
with Christine Reed
Couzens Hall Library
Wednesday, October 19, 8:15
Pm
Native American Stories and
Folklore
with Duane Niatull'
Seely Lounge, Oxford H- ous-
ing
Thursday, October 20, 8:30)
pml
"A Native American Indian
Speaks"
Movie and discussion
Wedge Room, West Quad-
ra ngle
Thursday, October 20, 7:(X)
Fireside Poetry Reading
131ue Lounge, Stockwell
Sunday, October 23, 7:00 )pm
f
"The Forgotten American"
Movie and discussion
Amubatana Lounge,, South
Quiadrangle,
Thuirsdav, COctober 27,
7:00 'pnu.
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Sponsored by Housing-Spe-
cial Programs and the Resi-
dence H--alls in cooperation
with Michigan Union
Minority Student Services.

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once gaip2 2 ;
time.

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alumni oT eU2 K v ,
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Its true!'Yo cnt co: '<a na toh eago n.
Besides thHayHrsneU> ea0wtrew2
films, d°. cusos00th'o aorcaa > w<:
1320 for f.4e e< 2~ rrhsec
The Some"m' D "'> >H.
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Tom Gustafson
and
Chris Ahn
LSA junior Chris Ahn won the
women's competition and LSA
senior Tom Gustafson, the
men's, in the Michigan Union
Billiards and Games Room
Eight Ball Tournament held last
Sunday. The two will go on to
represent U-M in the Big Ten
Pool Tournament at Purdue
University on October 29.
Arts in the Union
October's Theme:
GEa
The Art of
Accompaniment z
Music at Midday
Thursday, October 20, 1988
12:15-12:45, Pendleton Room
Grande Duo Concertante for
Clarinet and Piano by graduate
School of Music students.
Clarinetist Kelly Burke, DMA
(Doctor of Musical Arts), and
pianist Neil Kurtz come to U-M
from the Eastman School
Music in Rochester, NY.,~
Music at Midday happens every
Thursday from 12:15-]12:45 in
the Pendleton Room. Enjoy an
informal, pleasant interlude of
wonderful live music performed
by talented U-M Music School
students.
For information on future
performances, watch this space.
For information on how you can
perform, call the Michigan
Union Arts &a Programming
Office at 764-6498.

IProject SERVE's
Volunteer of the Week:
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*"I can't ieve this. 1 have to
read a hundred pages by
*Wednesday. What a drag."
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Imagine what a drag it would be
*to not be able to read at all. ;
Listen to these scary facts: ;
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" 23 million adult Americans are ;
functionally illiterate. They lack ;
skills above a fourth-grade level.;
They probably can't even read a;
pill bottle. ;
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"*35 million more can't read ;
beyond an 8th grade level. So;
much for understanding the ;
newspaper.
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' over 800,000 people in
:Michigan alone can't read. ;
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" over 12,000 people in Washte-
naw County-more than 11 % of
the people-are functionally
illiterate.
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. This is Campus Literacy
;Awareness Week across the.
county. The purpose of the*
:week, so designated by Project
:Literacy U.S., is to make college
:students-us-aware of the .i
:problem of illiteracy in our own,
:backyards.
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:There are dozens of ways to .i
:help fight illiteracy, from actually
:teaching someone to read, to
:doing promotional work or
' helping out at anti-illiteracy
w organizations. Interested? Call
Michigan Union Project Commu-
nity/Project SERVE at 763-3548.
:Or come by 2205 Michigan Un-
ion.,
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Project SERVE (Students in Education- u
ally Rewarding Volunteer Experiences).
ais a new project of Michigan Union
S Project Community which is set up to i
i encourage and enable student
i participation in public service.s
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The University Club presents
Monday - Friday, 4-8 pm
Tuesday the 18th:
Wednesday thel9th: 10 pm.
Thursday the20th: 10pm.
Friday the 21 st: 9:30 pm.
Saturday the 22nd, 9:30 pm.

Happy Hour
Reggae Night
with DJ Tom Simonian
Laughtrack,
sponsored by UAC
Soundstage: Vicious Hippies and
Wavy Gravy, sponsored by UAC
New Music Night
with DJ Tom Simonian
Club Night (New Music / House)
with DJ the Pip

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

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Be the first on your block to
sport the latest Sweaters,
Bags and Jewelry from NEPAL
The genuine article! Not some
pseudo-imported stuff from a
store with a bunch. of movie
props laying around. You
know who we mean.
Lost Horizon Imports will be
selling their wares in the
ground floor mall, Michigan
Union, October 17-21.
Sale proceeds benefit Michi-
gan Union Arts and Program-
ming, the folks who bring the
light of art into your life and

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Nlichi can Union'Ticket Off-ice
On Sale Now!
Billy Bragg
P~ost-punk protest balladeer
Monday, October 17, 7:30 at the Power Center
Coil Scott leron
J azz/rock songwriter of "Johannesburg"'
Friday, October 21, 8pm at Mendelssohn
hill Street Forurn Present~s
Yoramn Boker Mime Troupe
Mime Artists use pantomime to
comment on life in Israel
Saturday, October 22, 8pm at Mendelssohn
Sandra Lee Storer
in "Diehards 3, Ark 0, Top of the 6th"
A Women's Slow Pitch Softball Fantasy
Saturday, O}ctober 22,
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark

Open every day.
Service charges where applicable.
Prince
1988 Tour in the Round
WVednesday, October 26, 8pm.
at Crisler Arena
Ossian
From Glasgow. Fiddle, harp, flute guitar,
Scottish pipes, tinwhistle and vocals.
Friday, October 28,
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
From England
Richard Thompson and his band
and Loudon Wainwright Ill
An evening of sizzling Celtic rock and
wacky son- s by two top performers.
Saturday, October 29,
8pmn at the Power Center
The Magic of David Copperfield
His celebrated illusions will astound,
mystify and thoroughly entertain.
Sunday, October 30
in andIom at the' Powe~r Cente~r

! zAnoNjw DEvF LOPMENT
iNTERNSHIPS
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October 17, 4pm in Room 1209 Michigan Union
Studet OranAztio Dveot Cener iaP vsinh suent rganiaiosemes
sten thening your leaderhi sils aputingo dctoa porm o te
student leaders. Come to the Mass Meeting today to learn more about this exciting
opportunity, or call 763-5900.
I8f you can't make the Mass Meeting but would still like to apply, pick up an
application from The Student Organization Development Center at 2202 Michigan
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