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The University of Michigan Union March 20 to March 26, 1989
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ARTS AT MIDDAY
Music of Boatwright and Hovanhess
This Thursday, March 23 from 12:15-12:45, U-M Music School students A. Louise Toppin, soprano,
violin, will perform music by Boatwright and Hovanhess.
Howard Boatwright, American violinist, composer, and conductor, is best known for reviving modali
using modern harmonies. Hovanhess is a prolific American composer of Armenian/Scottish descent;l
ancient church music and national songs.

'onica McCormick,
old church music
rks, too, make use of

The free, informal, half-hour Arts at Midday series is a great way to make yourself a more well-rounded person. Culturally speak-
ing. Whereas, if you skip lunch and come, maybe you won't be so well-rounded. Arr, arr, arr. This and other enriching cultural
programs are brought to you by Michigan Union Arts and Programming.

T TAKE CREDIT
in the community
How would you like to tutor children from a low-income housing
project, or provide companionship to children hospitalized with cancer,
or lead weekly discussions with adult or juvenile offenders?
It was Martin Luther King who said, "Everyone can be great, because
everyone can serve."
Through Michigan Union Project Community you can give of yourself
to another, be rewarded personally, academically, and with credits.
Project Community. Where your learning makes a difference.
Michigan Union Project Community offers service/earning opportuni-
ties for credit. They're having an Information Fair March 29 from 6:30-
7:30 in the Kuenzel Room at the Union. Stop by. Or call 763-3548, or
come by the office at 2205 Michigan Union.
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TODAY'S YOUR LAST CHANCE!
Nominate Outstanding Seniors for Honor
The Senior Leader Brunch, a special event honoring seniors
who have been involved in cocurricular activities, is by invita-
tion only. The invitations are given out based on the decision
of a Selection Committee, which is made up of students,
faculty, staff, and alumni.
The Selection Committee decides which seniors get honored
based solely on the nomination forms you send in.
So nominate a senior you're proud of. Proud of yourself?
Nominate yourself.
The Senior Leader Brunch is a time to celebrate and recognize
dedicated students for all the hard work, real-world learning,
successes and disappointments that go along with being ac-
tively involved on campus. It's the University's last chance to
thank these departing students for their commitment and
enthusiasm.
Thank a deserving senior you know. Nomination forms are
available at the CIC desk in the Union, North Campus Com-
mons, and the Student Alumni Council; they' re due back by
5pm TODAY!
The Brunch is April 21. It's sponsored by the Michigan Union-
based Committee for the Graduation. If you have any ques-
tions, call Barbara at Michigan Union Minority Student
Services at 763-9044.

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Fiber Arts
at
North Campus
Commons
The folks from the Ann
Arbor Fiber Arts Guild will
show their stuff at the North
Campus Commons Gallery
all this month, through
March 27.
The North Campus Com-
mons Gallery is open all day,
and is located on the second
floor of the Commons. Stop
by! For information on this
show, or on exhibiting, call
764-7544.

HOW TO USE
Oif Finishes on 'Wood
Oitfinishes aregreat for begin-
ning woodworkers, because they
are darn near idiot-proof Let
Fred'Wiman, the 'Woodshop'
Coordinator, show you the
techniques for making this simpfe
finish fook awesomey profes-
sional andotherwise spiffy. 'this
and other PTursday 'Wood's/wps
are only a buck Such a bargain!
This qTursday, March 23, 6-8pm
in the Michfgan Union Student
'Woodshop. Located in the back
of the Student Activities 'Buil-
ing.
For de tais andaful workshop
schedule, catf the Student
'Wooshop at 763-4025.

Jam to Fine
JAZZ Over Spaghetti
at the U Club!
Boogle over dinner with
Eclipse Jazz this Sunday,
March 26, from 5-10pm at the
U Club. A spaghetti dinner,
complete with tossed salad
and garlic bread, will be
served from 5-7pm. The Jazz
Jam starts at 8pm.
The dinner is only $3.95; a
great price. If you buy dinner,
the jazz is free. If you come
just for the music, it's a dollar
donation at 8pm at the door.
And remember, the University
Club is a private club for
students, faculty, staff, and
alumni of The University of
Michigan, and their invited
guests. Only members of
legal drinking age may
purchase alcohol.

"Everything Else:"
Paintings and Constructions by Monica Scherer

This month in the Art Lounge, U-M Art School student Monica Scherer is displaying her paintings and constructions.
Scherer, a junior in Anthropology and Southesast Asian Studies, bases her work on a variety of themes. Many of her pieces center on themes
and social problems concerning Southeast Asia.
Her work will be in the first-floor Art Lounge today through March 31.
Brought to you, naturally, by those bastions of civilization in a world of MTV, Michigan Union Arts and Programming.

this w e e k
at The University Club
Monday-Friday, 4-8pm,
Happy Hour
Tuesday the 21 st
Club Night with DJ the Pip.
Wednesday the 22nd
Art School Party
Thursday the 23rd
Soundstage, with First Ught.
Presented by UAC.
Friday the 24th
New Music with DJ Tom.
Saturday the 25th
Reggae Night with DJ Tom
Sunday the 26th
Jazz 'n' Jam with Eclipse Jazz
The University 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.
Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale Now!
Open every day.
Service charges where applicable.
Summer Festival Winter Warm-Up
Elle Fitzgerald
A legend in her own time
Saturday, March 25
8pm at Hill Auditorium
Eclipse Jazz Presents
Bennie Wallace
Tenor saxophone from post-bop
expressionism to quiet romanticism,
Bennie's technique and robust
soulfulness carry his music to original
improvisational heights.
Friday, April 7
8 and 10 pm at the Ark
Elvis Costello with Nick Lowe
Singer/songwrter hailed as the lone
exemplar of pop's more traditional
impulses
Friday, April 21
8pm at Hill Auditorium
Cris Williamson and Teresa Trull
Singer/songwriter Cris performs music of
varied styles-light rock, folk, jazz and
blues. Teresa presents an electrifying
fusion of rock, pop and jazz with a dash
of classical and country.
Magnificent duo show.
Friday, April 21
8pm at the Power Center
Gemini with the Good Mischief Band
Gemini's first Power Center family
cncert to kick off their nationat tour

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You Think FINALS'LL Be Tough
Yeah, you have a lot to do right now, right? Studying for finals, preparing, resumes, figuring out what you're going to do this
summer.... Take a minute, though. Take a minute and think about children (you were a child once, remember?) who, because of
their disabilities, may never be able to go to college.%
Emotionally disturbed children need all the help they can get to be a success in this world, like you are. York Woods Center is an
inpatient hospital treatment program that takes care of emotionally disturbed children and adolescents.
Take a few hours and help York Woods take care of these children. Here's what they need:
Activity Coordinators/Organizers. For children aged 5-13 or 13-17. Could include arts and crafts, trips, exercise, etc.
Volunteer Brothers/Sisters. To provide friendship and role modeling to children and adolescents aged 5-13 or 13-17. Could include
shopping, dining out, walks, sports, movies, etc.
School Library Aide. To assist in development of a computerized library system and with other library duties, and to develop
programs in drama and poetry.
For more info on this and other ways you or your student organization can serve the community, call Project SERVE at 763-3548,
or come in to 2202 Michigan Union.
Project SERVE (Students in Educationally Rewarding Volunteer Experiences) is a service-learning.
project of Michigan Union Project Community which is set up to enable and encourage student participation in public service. Keep
your eye on this space for ways to get involved in the community.

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