Page 12 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 2, 1989
The University of Michigan Union October 2 to October 8, 1989
(17o1me t the aJ~ir and Go out as a Volunteer)
By just volunteering some of your time, you can learn what it is like to be out in the real world. You will
become a stronger, smarter, more sensitive person. You will help people, feel needed, learn about people,
know you are important. This Thursday, October 5, from 1 -4pm, come to the Service Opportunities Fair in
the Union Ballroom. Meet representatives from approximately 50 community service agencies and social
action groups that need volunteers. They need YOU!
S.E.R.V.E. is sponsoring this second annual Service Opportunities Fair because U-M students have a long
tradition of caring about social issues and helping others. Follow in some famous footsteps: get
involved! To find out more about volunteer opportunities in the area, please stop by the S.E.R.V.E. Office,
2211 Michigan Union, or call 936-2437.
See you on Thursday!
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763-TKTS Open every day
On Sale Now
The following agencies are conducting train ing/orientation for this
term during October. Sign up now in the S.E.R.V.E. office and help
make a difference!
University of Michigan
SOS Community Crisis Center
McAuley Health Center
CSS Parent Aide Program
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Prevaifing 'ITnds Blokw through fUnion
Come hear music by Poulenc, !Berio, and oth~ers pliayed'by the fPrevailing "Ri~nds 'Ensemble - M~usic for Scholof
M~usic Students. 2The group includes Peter !Pasztor, piano;,!lfiary Fieldclari net; Msichiele Groff fluite; 5ennifer
Sumaoc, oboe; Mary fKrtjqer, Frenchi horn; and 5'vark.Cliague, bassoon. tisl free concert will be hld this
JIhursday, October 5, from 12:15 - 12:45. Pla.n to eat first and then come to the Pendlheton m1~om on the
second floor to enjoy thle music.
North Campus Commons
is There for You
Here are the hours at the Commons:
eat good food, buy art supplies and
books, study, meet friends. Even go
to the bank...
Building hours: Monday - Friday
Saturdays 9am -11 pm
Sundays Noon - 10pm
Visit The Common Denominator
(you don't need your calculator to
enter: it's the snack bar). In addition
to their regular features, you can buy
a burger built to your own specifica-
tions, try their new salad bar, eat a
fresh muffin, or just drink some
coffee and read the paper.
Snack Bar - Monday - Friday 7am -
Breakfast served 7am-11lam
Saturdays 9am - 10 pm
Breakfast served 9am - 11am
Sundays 12 noon - 9pm
Monday through Friday, l0am-5pm in the Union Mall on the
ground floor. Proceeds benefit the Office of Arts and Program-
ming, striving to keep culture alive and well on campus.
Before you head on over to the Stadium fornsv
game against Wisconsin, visit the Univers yCib '
great brunch. Treat your folks or your best f ~"
Union's Heritage Buffet anytime from 11 to A
Artspace Workshops Start NOW
Artspace workshops begin this week. Are your registered? Of
course you want to develop some new skills or brush up on
some old ones. If you forgot to sign up, some late registrations
MAY be accepted. Run, don't walk, to the phone and call 662-
3382 before its...too late.
"A Lie of the Mind":::::.
A play from theAnn Arbor ivic Theater ..:.
through Otober 14::
1035 S.-Main . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Joh Meutceon... ... .. ..........
Whether on fiddle banjo, hammer dulcimer, guitar o jawharp, ::
McCutcheon' s energetic virtuosity is breathtaking.
73pm,& lOpm i:The Ark ::...........
:Michiael W Smnith..:::::: :::::::..............
The Renaissance man, of contemporary Christan musc, Smith is
joned by special .guests, Margaret ~echer and Renee.Garcia. ;
Saturday October 7 .:::;... ... ... ..
Guarneri String Quartet:.......................
The Uniersity Musical SocietyChamber uic Season commences2
with thesfdur masterful musicians. pformizgHydn'sQartet Op
50, No.' 6; Lutoslawski's Quartet (1965); and:Schiiaanns F1=major**
Quartet, Op.41r No.:2 . .. :. ..:
Saturday October T ::' :7::::::
Gamble Rogers : :::::::::::........................... .
A teller of' tall tales, spinner of fatastic s9tris,.Gable is a AN*;e:
poet-witer-musican 'who denies ay ctegry~except, perhap,tatof
:folk performier. :: : :: ::: ::::
:Saturday, October 7 ::::
730th& 10imThe Ark :.::::::... . .......
Atlanta Symphony Oce
Atop-notch, Grammy;ward-inning~erisentble wih its: new V:
condutct'or' and'violiniist:Bell, a sesation bfaaeiy~into'tis: twen~ties, :
performing'iTchaikoysky's Suite No:.3 Te Siiui'sViln:Cocet6,
and Bartok's Suite from "Tihe: Miraculous:MandarinY: " . ::: '..
:8pm Hill Auditorium: ::: :::::::
"..frsh, 'recise, almost unalloed' Lasre" s the Nini York Times.
depiction of this American. almale a :cappkla :enembnl ta:in j~st a
deilcade has beome one of the worlds imost: widely"acclaimtid choral:
Sunday'Octoer 15 :::::::......
8pm' JRackham Auditorium
Vienna Chamber Philharmoniic ..
After successes in Europe and'japan these 20:tring playrs now make
their first 11.x. tour : . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... . . . ..
4pm IRakham Auditorium:::::
A .Nw Orleans jazz odyssey. presented by Eclipse. jazz .::::::
.The Mysteryof EtwinDrop:.:::::' ;2.2 ::::......
IBroadWe ssovityiursef, 'sih ht riisial2f 1986prniisetb:be
v. rnqexein for theatr2gors.::::::: . . . .
0.inchas iukerrnan.. . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . .. . . . .
.Zukermran along toth pianist Marc Neikrug rtirnbfo:their secont:
:.rhday, October27 .2k> 2:222:::::::
Alievocative. singer and' tunesmnith :n:the mold . of:tn. Rgerrd
John Goka,' Keehan. is Cada' veas s i 'tr.:::2
:Saturday ; O ctober .28 :: : : :''''......: : :::: :: . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....................... .
Y7u30pm2& N'0um T::e:Ark.................. . ... .........
:Iancult'ural work ~music, has' captiatedaudiencs aroind the'lobe,
most 'recehtly during the Amnesty Internatoal ."Human Rights. Now
7:30pm owerCenter :::::::::::...................
Did you know that any MSA-recognized group can meet in an ele-
gantly appointed Michigan Union or North Campus Commons room?
You and your organization members do not have to meet in your dorm
room (like sardines) or in a vacant lot (it gets cold soon). Some rooms
have fireplaces, some are historically significant, all are convenient to
everyone on campus. You can even get catering, AV services, and
directional signs for a fee.
Have your next meeting, party, retreat, or Important gathering In a
Michaan Union or North Campus Commons meeting room. To
Last year, 574 walkers raised
$41,054 for the hungry. This
year, on Sunday, October 15,
you can walk too and help
Join with hundreds of other
community members in the 15th
Washtenaw County CROP
Hunger Walk. This 10K walk will
raise funds for overseas relief
projects in the Phillippines,
Senegal, and El Salvador as
well as for the Ann Arbor Hunger
Coalition, Brown Chapel A.M.E.
Food Pantry, Friends Huron
Valley Food Pantry (for people
with AIDS), Ypsilanti Salvation
Army, and Women in Transition
Registration for the walk will
begin at 1:30pm at Bethlehem
United Church of Christ, 42 .
Fourth Avenue, near campus.
Your friends can walk with you
or they can sponsor you: pick up
a Sponsor Packet at the
S.E.R.V.E. Office, 2211 Michi-
gan Union. This is a very REAL
way to help the hungry!
Michael W. Smith Presents
a. t * IS~
Christian rocker Michael W. Smith
with special guests Margaret Becker
and Renee Garcia will rock the
house and praise the Lord this
Saturday, October 7. Smith has
receiy ,numerous awards and
mu bEIimation as a singer,
keybo"rd player, and song writer.
He has won a Grammy Award and
two Doves and released some gold
He is truly the Renaissance man of
contemporary music. His anthems
like "How Majestic is Your Name,"
recorded by Sandi.Pti brought him
church and choral tnsc fame while
his mainstream hits by Amy Grant
such as "Find a Way" and "Stay for a
While" have become Billboard and
Top 40 hits. He sings tender ballads
but also belts out hard-driving rock
Come see Michael W. Smith tis
Saturday, October 7 at 8:00pm in
Hill Audit n. Tickets are on sale
now at tomN Ihigan Union Ticket
Office and ou can charge them by
calling 763-TKTS. This is a Major
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Monday - Friday, 11a-pm
S Luncheon is served
Happy Hour with all your
faves on the biggest TV
screen on campus,
K>Monday Night Football on
the big screen
Live band: The Bliss
New Music Night with DJ
Watch the game on the
TH RE E
This is the last week to see
the art exhibit in honor of
Hispanic Heritage Month.
See works by Dora Gonzales-
Baggett, Hector Perez, and
Vito Valdez, all displayed in
the Union Art Lounge on the
first floor of the Union.
Co-sponsored by Michigan
Union Arts and Programming
CONCERT-OF THE MONTH:
Ron LaFohd, Baritone >
The-first 1eJsday-of \e~ph month is
special at the ,Pendleton Room.
This is your' chanlce to see and hear
exciting young performers from U-M
and the community; fortree.
This month, on Tuesday, October
3, you can hear Rost;LaFond,
baritone, 'accomipaid by Mitsumi
LaFond, presentng slections from
opera and other works.
They arm both in the graduate
Saturday evening , Reggae Night with DJ
/' >, Tom Simonian _