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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 5, 1988

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The Universitof Michigan Union DecmbrI 98
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STUDENT ORGAN IZATIONS
AND UNIVERSITY DEPART-
MENTS:
HOST A MEMORABLE
HOLIDAY PARTY AT THE
MICHIGAN UNION!
Superb food-
hors d'ouevres, lunch and
dinner packages
Historic, attractively ap-
pointed rooms
Convenient location
Parties from 10 persons
and up are possible
Dates are available from
now through December 21

A Rse B"-owl Mug from the
M UG
Ge ;yu very own personal-
p rivwondrfu for-keeps
Ros Bowl Mug when you
buya Ppsifor a buck and a
qatrati.ar yi of the six
re "sturants of the MUG
Eaeresand Commons. This
speialisgood only while
rupplies last, so hurry, hurry!

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EXPRENERA L K N I 4
Work in Health Care, Education, or Criminal Justice-in actual
community settings, helping real people, learning valuable skills,
and getting phenomenal amounts of satisfaction from your work.
Just register for one of 35 experiential learning projects for credit
through Michigan Union Project Community. Help in the commu-
nity and learn about life while you earn sociology or education
credits toward graduation.
Preregister at Project Community, 2205 Michigan Union, through
January 16.

We accept University Arsi iteUion
billings ,s c o teMonth:
Paoaoata in b minor by
Call us at 763-5911 to Fr Li .T szt
reserve a room, then ask Sonata,;:#10 by Scriabin
to speak to the Catering
Coordinator to help you "i 'ycb azimierz
plan your menu. loowkGraduate of the
famd Copin Conservatory
in Wayaw, Poland. He is
now a DA student at our
* yy own U ;school of Music.
7eda, December 6, 1988
.8pm Pedleton Room
The free, informal, half-hour A
If f you by Michigan Union Arts ar
For information on future pei
MICHIGA UNIN; ANIX14ACE "OR INi'ER 1989
Student organization publicity mavens, now hear 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 AdvertisingWorks (MAW) at 2202 Michigan Union
office between now and December 8 (Thursday) and enter the
lottery for the week you want.
A random drawing of the names of everybody who wants a
particular week will be held Friday, December 9. You will be
notified after that of what weeks you won.
Call MAW at 764-0436 for details.
Michign Unio
TicetOfic

Feast your eyes on some of the Most stunnngan it retg
hanicrafts you'vye ever seen at thk exhibit qfstueft,faVu ty.a .
s w~adworking.
The exihit is upofr st a eek t dythrougJ. Fday , ...:
9, so com by today! Open 9a}.Optn n room 1209 o te<Lb...
jt down the hall from the UCIUb.
The StudentWoasiop i a title oass of patct h raft-
making in the reardo the Student Activites udigItsz
Of Michigan (ian Artsand Programing. 'urntaftatT n
cOo ver today- Call us at 763 -4025 for mre inf.

Mt catMidd)
Charnb~r Music o~ Scat
Joplin Mozan ~nxi otc~r~
Enthralling, lovely aud
festive chamber music
pi~.y 'd by ~alented meu.~ ~cx
of the Rcsidcn~ial GWLy:c.
wonderful w~y to ccI&hr~c
th~ ~now.
Thursday, Dcce~obcr 8. I9~
12:15-12:45, Pendlcton 1<

f hld Ca 1 f W ..:\ tb
teaichers to imp~en:,'
nwxdayy-g chldren. ,
WyyJ Untee' yW rs wok tvja
tianed itt w 7k, eitr ..
~toef5ee'etary
Souhsid 'Saturday
TutorialProgram.: \t
'each MAth-'d$ed
ing to; Studerts ;the ,
4Ypsilant school 4ttictJd
' h rprbgaxn ns each
r(}u '. ' A Ycommtiten@Yt
354 cmstop by 205-
your student Qprgani-,
h.Qprg ildren and,
1ithe~r Qf thtese prc -;:
ic-arn ingprjt.
se p tencourIsae and
enbte student paneci
pation:in public ervjce
K eep v'watchfrtg for wars
tQ get vlvdin'h

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4rts at Midday series and other cultural programs such as the Concert of the Month are brought to
rnd Programming, whose mission is to enrich us through the arts. What better gift could you ask for?
'rformances, watch this space. For information on how you can perform, call the Michigan Union
Arts & Programming Office at 764-6498.
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STRESSED OUT? HERE'RE SOME RELIEF MEASURES!
BETWEEN FINALS AND HOLIDAYS, DECEMBER IS OFTEN NO PICNIC. READ THIS
FOR SOME POINTERS ON HOW TO MAKE YOUR LIFE A LITTLE SANER.
0f
TAKE A BREAK. SCHEDULE TIME FOR YOURSELF TO BE ALONE AND RELAX,
READ, WRITE, PLAN, THINK, DREAM. SOLITUDE HELPS REDUCE STRESS AND
RENEW YOUR ENERGY FOR DIFFICULT SITUATIONS.
RESTATE "HAVE TO'S" AS "CHOOSE TO'S." MANY THINGS YOU THINK YOU HAVE
TO DO ARE REALLY THINGS YOU CHOOSE TO DO. PUT THINGS INTO PERSPEC-
TIVE. GET SOME BREATHING ROOM.-.
MAKE TO-DO LISTS. ORGANIZE, PRIORITIZE, AND SCHEDULE THOSE CHOOSE-
TO TASKS. SET REALISTIC GOALS; THIS WILL GIVE YOU DIRECTION AND HELP
YOU AVIOD CHAOS.
TREAT YOUR BODY RIGHT. EAT A BALANCED DIET AND REGULAR MEALS; AVOIDI"
OR LIMIT DRUGS LIKE COFFEE, CIGARETTES AND ALCOHOL. TAKING CARE OF
YOURSELF ALLOWS YOUR BODY'S NATURAL STRESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO
WORK EFFICIENTLY.
THESE STRESS MANAGEMENT TIPS ARE BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE MICHIGAN
UNION STUDENT ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER, WHOSE MISSION IS TO''
HELP YOU MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR STUDENT ORGANIZATION AND LEADERSHIP'e
EXPERIENCES AND YOUR LIFE ON CAMPUS. CALL 763-5900 TO FIND OUT

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Warm
Bright
Trendy
Wooly
And just in time for the holidays.
Fill your entire Holiday shopping
list with Greek sweaters from the
Corinthian Trading Company-
ground floor, Michigan Union,
today through Friday, 1 Qam-
6pm.
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 for your bod.

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Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale Now!
Beausoliel
Cajun musicians who blend the
past with the present
Tuesday, December 6
7:30 and 10pm at the Ark
Livingston Taylor
Younger brother of James.
Acoustic guitar, piano, banjo.
Friday, December 9
8pm at the Ark
Ann Arbo.-r 1se rset

Open every day.
Service charges where applicable.
Milbr'e Burch and Ed Stivender
Two upbeat, enchanting story-
tellers
Saturday, December 10
8pm at the Ark
Child re's Concert with
Mibre r ichand Ed S tivender
Stories for the youngsters that
will delight the whole family
Sunday, December 11
1 pm and 3pm at teh Ark

This week at the University Club

'uc day the i1.
Wdrvs yth__
Thr". he8h

4-8 pm, Happy Hour
Monday Night Football on the
Big Screen & Happy Hannukah!
Reggae Night with DJ Tom
Laughtrack, sponsored by UAC
Soundstage with Juice.
Sponsored by UAC.
New Music with DJ Tom

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