Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 30, 1989
The University of Michigan Union October 30 to November 5,1989
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Your Student Organization
can Come Alive!
You are involved with a group that has a great cause, a good
messa;e, but the group seems to be just kind of sitting on hold.
Things are a bit blah. What to do? Call in some professional
Organizational Consultants! You don't have the big bucks?
Not to worry! Help is at hand, right in the Union...for FREE!
The Student Organza tion Development Center (SODC) with
its staff of Organizational Consultants exists for one reason: to
help make your cocurricular experience at Michigan as suc-
cessful as possible. Stop by the office at 2202 Michigan Union
Is any weekday from 8-5 or you can call for an appointment.
SODC has a full list of their services and can give you lots more
And just look at these handouts.
Motivating your Members Delegating Responsibility
nt Team Building Recruiting New Members
Organizational Goalsetting Dealing with Crises-.
Group Decision Making Conflict Management
Program Planning Running Effective Meeting
Organizational Budgeting Fundraising
On sale now 763-TKTS Open every day
The Oyster Band
"Gritty" New Wave English folk-rock quintet
Tuesday, October 31
8:00 - The Ark
Bob Dy an
Singer/songwriter legend of the 60s still making
Wednesday, November 1
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
eed v luntkeers to staff Pan:e
n fo parents (especially
feel frustrated and iane.
Hear this magnificent orcnestra
in its Ann Arbor debut.
Thursday, November 2
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
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Center for dhe Prev
Social Services and the Exchang
lion of Child Abuse offer Parenct
Call the S.KR.VX Itf(fice to find
The Department of Sa :1r P::
Program which provides sup; j
to parents referred through. Vr
needed so parents can attend
3rdb Wednesdays of each amori
a leion ii to children in albuse,
know if you can help.
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New Art Exhibit Displays
s pnU-M's EarienlcgDiversity
vies>. Cihuld care s
gs on the 1stand T Art Lounge on the first floor of the Union is featuring a
SSt n wmulticulturaldisplay. The Arts En-Compass Exhibit
A e p v includes the artworks of some U-M American student artists
tuns Lt SR X /from African, Asian, and Hispanic backgrounds. The exhibit
explores the influences of different heritages in the artistic ex-
pression. Stop by some time soon and be moved by the experi-
ences of your fellow students as mirrored in their art.
Culture Invades Dorms with Arts Posters
This is your chance to become the owner of one or more fine
arts posters which will be on sale from October 30 to Novembei
I in the round floor mall of thoe Ini n Thcse re beautiful
One of the world's most elegant guitar players.
Sunday, November 5
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
The ancient Greek classic comedy of sex and war
November 2-4, 9-11, 16-18
8:00 - Ann Arbor Civic Theater
H ~Iping is a h .i i\U>~ct ) ~:
artistic, cultural, educational, inspirational, famous, and decor
tive. Bring some beauty to the walls of that cubbyhole you cal
home and buy a poster (or two). Sponsored by Arts and
Hear the "searing intensity"
of this young guitar virtuoso
Monday, November 6
8:00 - Rackham Auditorium
Ian Anderson's eccentric and
English rock band
Saturday, November 11
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
WHO IS HE?
Tuesday, November 14
7:30 - Hillel
Dine out at NIB
NIB is the North Ingalls Building (old St. Joe's, if you have been
around town for a while) and the NIB Eateries and Commons
offers a special luncheon buffet on Wednesdays. Why walk all
the way to State St. or farther when you can dine in? Try us!
ii arc.; L
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I en tortepiano concertos by
the world's best in three concerts
Take a ode in ~i. ~er to B r i Ii
It could rain or snow (or quake?) this Saturday
afternoon, so you need a good pre-game brunch
before you head over to the Stadium to see the
Wolverines demolish the Purdue Boilermakers.
Come by the U-Club for their special Football
Brunch from 11-2. Here are just a few of the pos-
sible goodies: eggs and sausage, pasta salac,
sliced roast beef, rice pilaf, choco ate tiousse and
Wolverine punch. Now you can face anything!s
Dine at the JUCIu >'>
for'un Elgant Lunch ' -
Lunch at the U-Club is out of the ordinary axnd must
be sampled to be appreciated. This restaurant, on the-
first floor of the Union, is the place to meet your spe--
cial friends and associates for a well-prepared and
well-served meal. There are flowers on the table aid
waitstaff who know how to serve you without drop-
ping the forks.
Imagine enjoying these treats: Cajun Crawfishbor
Fried Zucchini for an appetizer, then a Chicken Salad,
Supreme, moving on to the Pasta Primavera or Tout;
Almondine or Char-Broiled Swordfish, ending up /
with Southern Pecan Pie with Chantilly Sauce. Thiso
does NOT sound like all those other places!
Drop by the U-Club some day soon from 11:30 to 1:30
weekdays. Call 763-4648 for reservations. This is a
private club for students, faculty, staff, and alumni
and their invited guests. Only members of legal
drinking age may purchase alcohol.
Join ut foriunch: you'll
love it! (Details nearby)
Happy Hour: TV, food, drink, friends, etc.
Monday Night Football
Live band: TBA
. Wednesday Evening
New>Music Night with DJ Tom Simonian
The biggest TV screen on campus + you +
Purdue = good times for all
Reggae Night with DJ Tom Simonian
Parkening Carries on Segovia Legacy'
Unquestionably one of the world's preeminent virtuosos °.
the classical guitar, Christopher Parkening has become a'
legend as he, in turn, continues the tradition of his teach R
and mentor, the great Andres Segovia. Segovia describ
his student as "a great artist-one of the most.brilliant q9
guitarists in the world."
Mr. Parkening's concerts and recordings cover a span of
.over twenty years and have received the highest and mo
consistent worldwide acclaim from the public and criticse i
alike. In 1977, his album Parkening and the Guitar recei &I
a Grammy nomination for Best Classical Recording. HisA ,
most recent release with soprano Kathleen Battle, P
of Their Company, was called "one of the ten best classic
recordings of the year" by Time magazine and was a
Grammy finalist. He recently performed with Placido
Domingo on the nationally broadcast Live from Lincoln
Center, and appeared on the Today Show, the Tonight .
Show, 20/20, and CBS Sunday Morning.
Christopher Parkening will appear in Ann Arbor on Sunda
November 5 at 8:00 in Hill Auditorium, proudly presented
the Office of Major Events. Tickets at $16.50 and $13.50
are on sale now at the Michian Union Ticket Office. To
charge by phone, call
Dy a: A Legend in His Own Time
in the rmidst of a tour in support of his new album, Oh Mercy,.
Dylan ViSIts Ann Arbor. He will appear This Wednesday,
Novernber 1t at 8:00 in HP Auditorium.
The University Club is a private club for U-M stu-
dents, faculty, staff, alumni and their invited guests.
Only members of legal drinking age may purchase
alcohol. ID required.