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The University of Michigan Union October 16 to October 22, 1989

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T IC KE T OFF IC E
On sale now 763-TKTS :::::::::::Qpen:every day:
Vienna Chamber Philharmonic
Straight from successes in Europe on their first U.S. tour: featuring
Nigel Kennedy, violin
Sunday, October 22
4:00 - Rackham Auditorium
"The Mystery of Edwin Drood"
A musical spoof of the novel by Charles Dickens, put on by AACT
Wednesday, October 25-Saturday, October 28
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre - 8:00, also 2:00 on Saturday
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
The best in authentic New Orleans jazz comes to Ann Arbor
Wednesday, October 25
7:30 - Power Center
Pinchas Zukerman, Violin and Marc Neikrug, Piano
"Technically dazzling" and always an inspiration, this duo returns to
AA
Friday, October 27
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
New England Ragtime Ensemble
Gunther Schuller conducts this ebulient 15-piece "ragtime revival"
group
Saturday, October 28
8:00 - Power Center
James Keelangham
An "evocative and passionate" singer/songwriter from Canada
Saturday, October 28
7:30 and 10:00 - The Ark
Youssou N'Dour
The exuberant Senegalese pop star direct from Peter Gabriel's "So"
tour
Sunday, October 29
7:30 - Power Center
Bob Dylan
Singer and songwriter, Dylan is a legend of the 60s still making
waves today
Wednesday, November 1
8:00 - Hill Auditorium

Try a Non-Alcoholic Daiquairi
Find out how much fun it is to have fun without getting blitzed in the process. No longer do you
need to be on the sauce to be sophisticated or tipsy to be trendy. Alcohol is something you
can do without. To celebrate Alcohol Awareness Week and taste some smashing non-alto
holic treats, come by the U-Club Monday-Friday during Happy Hour (from 4-8). Try straight Ver-
sions of Strawberry, Peach and Lime Daiquairis, Pina Coladas, Wolverne'Punch (sounds seri-
ous...) and lots more. While you're there, note the menu, newthisfai. Try some Buffalo wings,
along with your non-alcoholic Pina Colada, and then go studywAth a clear head. What a good
idea!
New and Improved U-Club Happy Hour Menu

Fried Mushrooms
Cajun Seasoned Curly Fries
Potato Skins (3 kinds!)
Vegetarian Quesadilla
Baked Brie

Fried Mozzarella Cheese Slicks
Buffalo Style Chicken Wings
Nachos
Fresh Veggie Plate

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pool, hear music, bu ooks,
eat lunch, study, andbuy
ticets home. But it is also the
to get in touch with
organizations that can hel
YOU, and one of the most
important is the Student Or-
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Center. Did you know you can
get an internship to hone your
skills a lead For
CREDIT?

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and pick up an application at
the SODC Office, 2202 Michi-
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the improvements
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SWEATERS FROM NEPAL
ART FROM CENTRAL AMERICA
This Is the week to enjoy two very
eHotic sales. You can buy sweaters,
warm and handmade, from Nepal where
the Himalayas make for some very
wooly sheep. Also buy bags and Jew-
elry. The sale is from 10-5 daily in the
Union Hall on the ground floor. For
some more beautiful buys, uisit North
Campus Commons, also from 10-5 daily,
for a sale of sweaters and Jewelry from
Ecuador and Guatemala.

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9 . e Night inBangkok..YouWillEatWell!
bAYst he Grand Opening of a new food shop in the MUG Eateries and Commons on the
groundfloorof the Union. Bangkok III gives you the chance to try special Thai and Chinese
fond includingTod Mun (Fried Chicken Cake), Tom Yum Soup (Hot and Sour Tofu Soup),
Gang Pa (Beef Cuirry), Sweet and Sour Chicken, and Thai Iced Tea. Why brown bag it whenr
you caneat the S treats instead?
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Posters from the Israel Museum
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Have you seen this exhibit yet? These exceptional
posters are on display in the Union Art Lounge on the
first floor of the Union. The exhibit is co-sponsored by
Michigan Union Arts and Programming, the Institute of
Faculty and Students on Israel, and the Israeli Embassy
in Washington, DC.

ASPEN MUSIC FESTIVAL
SENDS US WALKER
Arts at Mid-Day is your chance to
take a break from the rush and
bustle, and!enjoygreat for
free. Puis 'hursi yOcober 19
from 12:15-12:4$; (war mezzo-so-
prano Alicia akersinging
compositio ny fiipssini, 'Barber,
and others. he wilf be accompa-
nied by M umi LaFfon. This
U-mMstu nt was a recent hit at
Aspe will wow you too.
T it the MUG or U-Club
hen come by the
fRpom on the second
the 'Union to hear the
music.

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HELP OUT BY DINING OUT

Here is the most pleasant way yet to help the needy. Be part of the 7% Solution for World Hunger Day
on Thursday, October 19. The following restaurants have agreed to donate 7% of their day's receipts to
the Food Gatherers, an emergency food provider in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area. All you have to do is
show up and eat-an enjoyable meal: they do the rest.
Afternoon Delight, Amadeus Cafe, Anie an Su Bagel etJryiicycle Jim's, Casey's Tavern,
Cousin's Heritage Inn, The Earle, Esco fier, Espress oya1Fod f Seaso acques' Patisserie,
Kerrytown Bistro, The Lord Fox, Mea Bean Caf ableF""s a Bob's, Raja Rani, Seva, Siam
Kitchens, Sottini's Sub Shop, Spaghetti Bender, W
This is the perfect time to sample some of A be d an help the ungry at the same time!
There is still time to get involved in SEI, V de y Otreach ograym.Yo will have the oppor-
tunity to work with one of five agencie a e the elderly in our community Come to the MASS
MEETING this Thursday, October 19 at,,7:00P Min e fAderson Rooifg the Uion. To find out more
about the Elderly Outreach Program oryaoi{tbr\hsunteer or e inthe area, please stop by
the S.E.R.V.E. office, 2211 Michigan Unionrcall 936-2437

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Monday-Friday, 11-2
Monday-Friday, 4-8
Monday Evening
Tuesday Evening
Wednesday Evening
Thursday Evening
Friday Evening
Saturday Afternoon
Saturday Evening

Try our impressive lunch menu

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Dig into the NEW and IMPROVED Happy Hour menu: details
below
Monday Night Football!
Live band: Frank Allison and the Odd Sox
Midweek Blues Jam
UAC Soundstage
New Music Night with DJ Tom Simonian
Watch the game on the biggest TV screen on campus!

SIGN UP NOW!

Reggae Night with DJ Tom Simonian

The following agencies are conducting training/orientation for this term during October-November.
Sign up now in the S.E.R.V.E. office and help make a difference!
Catherine McAuley Health Center
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates - for abused and neglected children)

The University Club is a private club for U-M students, faculty,
alcohoL ID required.

staff, alumni and their invited guests. Only members of legal drinking age may purchase

- U. 5w i The

Th~ U Club

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