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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 28, 1988

The University of Michigan Union November 28 to December 4,1988

Way to Get
Involved!

OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Meet Buffy
m m m m m m m m m m m - m- - m- m m- - Sainte Marie

ROSE BOWL TOUR

This week we don't have a
" specific program or project for
you, or a special person to
honor; however,.. .
We want to thank you. You
folks really have been listening!
Because you read the Back
Page, and because you care
about other people, those in
need have really benefited from
your help so far this term.
When Patric McFarlane needed
volunteers, you responded.
When Washtenaw Literacy
needed help, you responded.
National Student Hunger and
Homelessness Week was a
fruitful venture because of
YOU. And these are just some
of the opportunities you're
taking advantage of through
Project SERVE.
So thanks! And keep helping
people. You won't believe the
incredible difference you can
make in someone's life, and
how much you will learn and
grow from the experience.
Project SERVE (Students in
Educationally. Rewarding
Volunteer Experiences) is a
service-learning project of
Michigan Union Project Com-
munity which is set up to
encourage and enable student
participation in public service.
Keep watching this space for
ways to get involved in the
community!
Call Michigan Union Project
Community/Project SERVE at
763-3548 or stop by 2205
Michigan Union if you or your
student organization is inter-
ested in making a difference in
the world.
NVESIT
CLUB

TICKETS ON SALE Now!
THE WDLvER E WLONCE AGAIN REPRESENT THE BG T H E E
JA U JOIN T HEFUNON THE OF FICIALUNE FMC R
BOWL TOUR<
SPACKAGE NLUDESA GAME TICKET, A COMPLETE GAME DA PACKAG, 'RAN-
PORTAT|ON, SEATING TOGETHER FOR THE U-M CONThNGENT, AND S X N GHTS A
ThE MAHH QOT TL ANGELEs-AIRPORT. TALSO!NCLUDE A KN SJW ONAL
A7 VITLES, SU'H AS TH E TOOTH ToURNAMENT OF RcrE. PA R A
You CAN A - ATTEND A MCHIGAN NEW YEAR'S EvE A t . .
RALL.Y AND THE MCHIGAN MARCHING BAND.

Meet singer, songwriter and
Native American activist Buffy
Sainte Marie at the Michigan
Union this Tuesday, November
29 from 3:00-4:30 in the
Wolverine Rooms. This
reception is sponsored by
Michigan Union Minority
Student Services.
Ms. Sainte Marie has written
songes as diverse as "Piney
Wood Hills," "Universal
Soldier," and "Up Where We
Belong" (for the movie An
Officer and A Gentleman).
Blacklisted during the Johnson
administration along with Eartha
Kitt and others, Ms. Sainte
Marie's efforts on this continent
are focused on the struggles of
Native American people of the
United States and Canada.
Buffy Sainte Marie has insights
that are devastatingly honest and
capable of spellbinding an
audience.
After you meet her, go see her
show at the Ark. See the Ticket
Office listing on this page for
details.

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C: O ILST-D... S-rA-R/FACJ AEO A1_

KH LF O MH ,r MHGANU UNNTCKE OFFICE
TOUR PRICES:
$799 PER PERS, TRE C _
$837 ERPERSON, COUBL s. CUPA05 Y
$988 PE R PERSON, S NGL E 055 PANY
LAND ONLY TOUR PRICES
(.0R THSE WTH THER OWN TRANSPORTATON 'TO CAL F ORMA
$299 PER PERSON TR P__ OCCUANCY
$347 PER PERSON, DOU..BLE CCUAN>
$498 PER PERSON, SNGE OCCIKANC
TOUR OFFICE HOURS:
9AMI-6 TODAY THROUGH DCE veER 2 P K .. v, v:-a
0 ONS? CALL 663-7510

Real World Experience
in Schools, Prisons, Hospitals
Take one of 35 experiential learning projects for credit through
Michigan Union Project Community. Help in the community
and learn about life while you earn sociology or education
credits toward graduation.
Preregister at Project Community, 2205 Michigan Union.

Funky Jewelry
For Sale!
Come see Howard Wheeler and
his mod, mod jewelry in the
Michigan Union mall, ground
floor, today through Friday, No-
vember 28-December 2.'
What a timely sale! Buy all
your holiday gifts from Howard.
Sale proceeds benefit Michigan
Union Arts and Programming,
the folks who bring you the
light of art to enrich your life,
and the glory of fashion to adorn
your bod.

THE MICHIGAN
UNION BOARD OF
RII'RESENT ATIVES
.. A .E Li U TO.
The Michigan Union
Board of Representatives
is composed of 13 gradu-
ate and undergraduate
student members, and
faculty, staff, and alumni
representatives. The
Board is responsible for
recommending policy and
serving as an advisory
panel to the Director of the
Michigan Union/Student
Programs and North
Campus Commons, Frank
Cianciola.
This year, the Board has
divided up into several
committees to investigate
the programs, services and
facilities provided by the
Michigan Union
" North Campus Com-
mons. As the Commons
has recently become a part
of the Michigan Union,
one committee is investi-
gating the current and
future use of that growing
facility. Space allocation
in the Commons' new
addition is a primary
concern of that committee.
" Union Life Member
Program. This committee
is exploring ways to
refurbish this time-hon-
ored tradition.
" The University Club.
The possibility of ex-
panded activities for this
organization are under
consideration, as well.
We're always looking for
input about any issue in-
volving the Union. If
you'd like to talk to us,
contact us through the
Office of the Director, 763-
5750.
The Michigan Union
Board of Representatives,
1988-1989
Student Representatives
Daniel Berke
Kermitt Brooks
Lowell Cantor
Charles Dudley
Rob LoPrete:
Brian Newell
Erin O'Grady,
Anne M. Pearson
Keith Wilkey
Peter Berman, UAC Rep-
resentative

Alumni Representatives
Matt Neumeier
George Cavender
SACUA Representatives
Mike Marich
Professor Pauline Steele
Vice President for Devel-
opment Representative
Julie Prohaska

Pool Sharks-
Nine Ball Tournamen
Every Wednesday at 7:30
pm in the Michigan Union
Billiards and Games
Room, pit your skill
against other wily players
in the famous Nine Ball-
Tournaments.
Rules: Race to five, single
elimination; 1 foul ball in
hand, $5.00 entry fee.
Open to all students. For
more info, call 763-5786.
Alley Sharks:
Join the Bowling Team!
It's not just for people on
Miller Beer commercials,
you know. Bowling is fun,
and it takes more skill than
you'd think! But it's fun for
beginners, too. Meet new
people, have a great time.
Go to tournaments, partici-
pate in a Michigan-Ohio
collegiate league. It's
good exercise, too!
Anybody who's a U-M
student andis interested
in bowling can participate.
Meetings take place at
Colonial Lanes din Indus-
trial Drive. Call 764-6498. ,
VITVVVVVV

I A A AA A A A

This Week at the U-Club
Monday & Tuesday , 4.8 pm
Happy H our
Monday the 2$th (Ion ight! ):
Mvonday Night FootbalI on the '
Big Screen
Tuesd ay t he 29th:
WResd a tn 3h:
UAe LU pyinK t ! h ,
T hersay the 1st:
Satellite

Wis~U
$4 i~ '
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Arts in the Union
Music at Midday: Chamber
Music of Scott Joplin, Mozart
and others
Enthralling, lovely and even
fun chamber music played by
talented members of the
Residential College. A wonder-
ful way to start December!
Thursday, December 1, 1988
12:15-12:45, Pendleton Room
The free, informal, half-hour
Arts at Midday series and other
cultural programs are brought
to you by Michigan Union Arts
and Programming, whose
mission is to enrich us through
the arts. And it's about time
somebody cared enough about
us to do this.
For information on future
performances, watch this space.
For information on how you
can perform, call the Michigan
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Banner Space
for Winter 1988
Student organizations, listen to
this! If you're having an event
in the Union during Winter 1988
and you'd like to reserve banner
space for the front of the Union,
we're doing things differently
this year.
Instead of signing up on a first
come, first served basis, just
come to the Michigan Advertis-
ing Works (MAW) office at
2202 Michigan Union between
now and December 8 and enter
the lottery for the week you
want.
A random drawing of the names
of everybodywho wants a
particular week will be held
December 9. You will be
notified after that of what weeks
you won.
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