The University of Michigan Union October 9 to October 15, 1989
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Luncheon is served.
Share Happy Hour with your
friends and watch Beaver on
the biggest TV screen on
Live band: Abraham Nixon
UAC LaughTrack: Mike
Orenstein and Jill Washburn
New Music Night with DJ
Watch the Michigan State
game on the big screen and
Reggae Night with DJ Tom
REGGRE COMES TO THE UNION
The reggae carries you away, the sound
of the music brings you images of the
Caribbean, of Rastas, of Bob Marley.. .
Come down to the U-Club every Satur-
day night and dance to reggae with DJ
Students, faculty, and staff with valid IDs are welcome to
bring their friends, but only people with-U-M IDs may pur-
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. ID required.
On Sale Now!
Open every day
SHARE YOUR YOUTH WITH
Have you discovered Arts at
Mid-Day? Take a break from
the rush and bustle, and enjoy
music for free. Mark Strang, a
U-M music school student will
be accompanied by other
musicians to play works of
Aaron Copland. Come by the
Pendlcton Room on the
second floor of the Union this
Thursday, October 12 from
12:15-12:45. Plan to eat first
nd then come hear the music.
"A Lie of the Mind"
A play from the Ann Arbor
Thursday, October 12-
Saturday, October 14
8:00 - 1035S. MAIN ST.
Tchaikovsky, Sibelius and
Bartok. Featuring Joshua
Thursday, October 12
8:00 - HILL AUDITORIUM
Brilliant all-male a capella
Sunday, October 15
8:00 - RACKHAM AUDITO-
If you were an older person living alone or in a nursing
home, you'dprobably get lonely sometimes. It would be
tough, missig young voices, losing some independence and
feing solated andalone.
Tha t's where yqu come in. Give a few hours to an elderly
person. Brighte someone's day, jus by beitigyourself.
Work. t ithS.E.R.V.E.'s ne*Elderly Qulreach Program; sup-
ported by a grant from the Ann Arbor Area Foundation.
Volunteers will receie trai ing and even transportation.
You will have the ortunty t work in one of five agen-
cies and choose experiencesina ursing home, an Adult
Day Center, a Friendly Visitorpro ram, or creative Nursing
Share your ideas, your enthusiasm, and your youth with an
older person this year. Learn from them and let the experi-
ence reach you, too. The Mass Meeting for this new pro-
gram will be Thursday, October 19 at 7PM in the Anderson
Rooms of the Union. Join us, and make a difference in the
life of an elderly person. It will make a difference in YOUR
To find out more about the Elderly Outreach Program or
about other volunteer opportunities in the area, please stop
by the S.E.R.V.E. office, 2211 Michigan Union, or call 936-
POSTERS FROM THE ISRAEL MUSEUM
These exceptional posters from the Israel
Museum were brought in by U-M graduate
students from Israel. The display, in the
Union Art Lounge on the first floor of the
Union, is co-sponsored by Michigan Union
Arts and Programming, the Institute of
Faculty and Students on Israel, and the
Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC.
Tom Cruise, Paul Newman: Look OutI
SIGN UP NOW!
How's your 8-ball game? If you can wield a stick in a convincing
manner, we need you to defend the honor of your school. The
campus 8-ball tournament will take place this Sunday, October 15
to determine who goes to play in the main event, the Big 10 Billiards
and Bowling Tournament to be held October 28 and 29 at the Uni-
versity of Iowa. Doors open at LOAM and the tourney begins at
10:30 in the Billiards and Games Room on the second floor, What a
great onnortunitv to Dlnv on sorn fine tahI arind meet some fellow
The following agencies are conducting training/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 Medical Center
SOS Community Crisis Center