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Page 12'~- The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 6, 1989
The University of Michigan Union March 6. to March 12,1989

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ARTS AT MIDDAY:

Goldberg Varaton
Bach wrote the Goldberg Variations, it's said, fr one Count Keyserlingk,
who required musical relief nightly to overcome his insomnia.
The Variations, which are anything but sleep-inducing, are long and ex-
tremecly complicated to play. It takes beaucoup practice to play 'em well.
This Thursday, March 9 from 12:15-12:45 in the Pndleton Room of the
Union, after much practice and hard work,U- Music S~chool student Ted
Wyman will at last play Bach's Goldberg Variatios fr the Piano.
The free, inform., -hour Arts at Midday series and other totally awesome
cultural progr s4* tught to you by Michigan Union Arts and Program-
ming.J
Speclatcase Concert:

Ann Arbor
;Fiber Arts Guild
exhibit
Thesefabric-oriented folks will,
show their st uff at the North.
Campus Commons Gallery thj$
month, today through

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arf,

B3uddy Hoffy. .. qichiiieaken...
T&eBig Bopper...

Noj, no~no-not FTfATkind of earl~y music--we mean REAL early
music. Like Baroque. Mvembers of thie famous Acadey of ELarly MAusic
play harps ichordf and various ensembles, including viol~a dagamba (oh!)
and recorders in B3aroque selectos
'This H-appening willdf ray e enim, MVarh 6 ar 8pm in thle
Pendleton Wport, 9'fu an 'Union. Brughit to you by those last
remaining bastions of c ture in rld of sitcoms, M~ihigan 'Union
Arts & Programmi .
Natie. Amr<c n r ยง
Edgar Heap of Birdso' hynn/iph
will speak at a pubilecuea ah~Arhc& i
Tuesday, March 7, at :0p.Ter iVE e
following.
Heap of Birds' lecture, centirIsd AphishworkOa>=_
prisoners of war from 1870.
This presentation is csosrr 'VO
Student Services. Formoe n -co -. ~K
763- 9044.
Don't Procrastinate This Time!
It's not too early to start thinking about (gulp) Fall '89 courses!
Look into Project Community-where your learning makes a
difference.
Michigan Union Project Community offers service/learning
opportunities for credit. Call 763-3548, or stop by 2205 Michi-
gan Union.

.The North Campus CommoQns
Galleryis open allday, and is';
located4 on the second. floutr of thie
Commons. Stop by! T rr
inormation on this. show, orpon
exhibiting, call 7474
PAINTINGS AND
CONSTRUCTIONS
BY MONICA SCHERER
This month In the Art Lounge,
U-M Art School student Monica
Scherer will display her
paintings and constructions.
Scherer, a junior in Anthropology
and Southeast Asian Studies, has
entitled her show "Everything
Else."
Her work will be in the first-floor
Art Lounge today through
March 31.
Brought to you, naturally, by
Michigan Union Arts and Pro-
gramming..
AT -THE MUG
This Tuesday, March 7,
stop over to the MUG be-
tweenl11 and 2and get a
free taste or two of a
yummy specialty coffee.
Maybe it'll be amaretto this
time. Or Bavarian Choco-
late. You never know, so
just come by. Brought to
you by the Corner Market.

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ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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This internship, for the Fall '89 term, is a unique opportunity for
leaders, activists, and "org. psych." enthusiasts. It involves assisting
the Michigan Union Student Organization Development Center in
consulting with student organization members, strengthening leader-
ship skills, and putting on educational programs for other student
leaders.
There are 6 internships available.
The Internship will:
Strengthen your leadership skills
Help you gain career-related experience
Allow you to earn three credits
Pick up an internship application at the Student Organization Devel-
opment Center (SODC), Room 2202 Michigan Union, and turn it in
by March 10. Call 763-5900 for more info.

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Sunday'Dne
and
JazzJa
at theUClb

OW~every day. Sen & charges whee a*b.0
Young People's Theater presenits
Story by Norton Justen
Friay, March 3-Sunday, March 19,
Various times at 1035 S. Main

The Club-better than any of those
Ft. Lauderdale clubs, now, isn't it?

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Monday - Friday, 4-8 pm,

Boogie overdinrit
Eclipse Jamzti udy
March 12, from r Brna
the UClub. A spaghett' i
dinner, comnpletewt
tossed seeaa n gri
bread, will accumpan
the jam.
The dinner i 39;i o
buy dinner,thjazifr.
If you come :usi o h
music, it's a#dla oa
tion at 8pm attec or
And remember, theLivr Cubs
private club for studet.fcltsaf
and alumni of thWnves
Michigan, ander ivtd us
Only membrs od ea rikn
may purchase alcohl

A "nu-wave' acapella quartet
A must-see!
Tuesday, March 7
Bpm attheArk

Tuesday the 7th.
with DJ the Pip.

Wednesday the 8th.
presented by UAC.
Thursday the 9th.
presented by UAC. With "Juice"
Friday the 10th
with DJ Thorn Simonian
Saturday the 11th

Clean Up the Living Room!
Remember Mom harping on you to help her clean the
house? We won't give you an allowance, but we will pay
you to help keep your college living room--the Union-
clean.
Earn $4.50 an hour working with the Michigan Union's
custodial staff. Keep the building pretty on one of these
shifts:
Evening shift: (after 6pm, flexible starting time), on Tues-
day, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Day Shift: (after 6am, flexible starting time until lOom) on
Sunday and Monday.
We're looking for people to work in 4-hour blocks of time;
the position could continue through the spring/summer
term. Stop in to room 1310 of the Michigan Union and fill

Fokpppdre who playsguitar and
dulcimer, and has one of the best voices
in thisidom.
Thursday, March 9 and Friday, March 10
U a te Ark

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Wth Olympic world Champions
Soott Hlamilton, Debi Thomas,
RoaynSumners, and others

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Sunday the 12th.

Soprano sax~ and over 100 albums
Saturday, March 11
Spm & 10pm at the.Ark
The Elephant Show on their Birthday Tour~.
Saturday, March 11
1:00, 3:30, 5:30 at the Power Center

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