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The University of Michigan Union LJN IcN November 13 to November 19, 1989
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Get Credit for Helping Others
"Sorry you missed it! You should have been there! ...I was sorry the Ann Arbor News could not be
present...to experience the last day of the After-School Study Program...
A lot of things were accomplished...students learned and relationships were built between people whose
paths would never have crossed were it not for the commitment of these University students...
Hands began to reach down from the windows to meet the outstretched hand of a "special" university
student-just to touch, as we all have been touched..."
(from a Letter to the Editor, The Ann Arbor News, by Wanda Montibeller, Principal, Lawton Elementary
School, Ann Arbor.)
Have you wanted to provide some service to the community, but felt that, what with studies and job, you
didn't have the time? Well, you can COMBINE studies and job through Project Community's for-credit
programs! There are options in Ann Arbor classrooms, and in after-school study programs with kids at risk
of falling through the academic cracks. Or, you might choose to assist an older adult record a "life history"
or enjoy an activity at the Day Center. Maybe you would like the challenge of coaching a child preparing for
the Special Olympics. Perhaps you have been waiting for the right time to be a hospital volunteer.
It seems like Winter Term might be the perfect time to get involved in one of them challenging programs,
right? There is even an INFORMATION FAIR where you can find out about next terms' project possibilities.
The fair is next Monday, November 20 from 6:30-7:30 in the Kuenzel Room in the Union. See you there!
"*Project Community: Where your learning makes a difference''

Women's Issues are YOUfR Issues
The worl d i s chang i ng f ast, and women are caught up ien those
changes, with new roles and attitudes to learn and accept. This
is not an easy task: sometimes women need some help, and you
can be part of that challenge. Volunteers are needed at six
service agencies in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area:

Visit the Art
Lounge for Ethnic
Diversity
This special exhibit
focuses on the influence of
dual cultuires on the

Planned Parenthood: Weekly volunteers are needed for coun- expressLon and7sty1e116
seling, referral, and office assisting. One-time volunteers expression and style of
(five to ten students would be perfect) are needed to update some U-M student artists.
some reference materials by sending d making "Arts En-Compass" fea-
phone calls. tures artworks from
students of African, Asian,
Crisis Centers (for assaulted abused women): Assa and Hispanic back-
Crisi s Center, SOS Commun Crisis Center, S.A.F.E. Ho e, grounds. Their experi-
and U-M Sexual Assault Pre ntion and Awareness Center 11 ences, as mirrored in their
need volunteers. Can you a as a program volunteer, phor art, will move you. The
and crisis counselor, peer e cator, transportation and chi - exhibit is in the Art
care provider, or clerical as tant? The last two organi - Lounge on the first floor of
tions begin their next trainingsession in January. the Union.
WIT House: A part of the Shelte sociation of Ann rb"fW
the Women in Transition House is a r4 dn~a prmfr"oc fWmno
homeless women in transition to indepen ing. Volunteers I is a montage of
are needed to help with counseling, meals, meetings, conflict ings and music. It
resolution, and any emergencies that may arise. l held In conjunction
with theexhibit on Friday,
If you are interested in more information about these or any November 17from 4:00-
other volunteer opportunities, please call the S.E.R.V.E. office 5:30 at the Art Lounge.
at 936-2437, or stop by 221 1 Michigan Union. Members of Common
Ground Theatre, including
HELPING 15 A CHAIN REACTION PASG IT ALONG Elise Bryant and Natasha
Raymond, will be accom-
panied by piano as they
present readings from
their own works followed
by reflections on culture.
Thanksgiving at NIB Refreshments will be
served.

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Mini-Mozartfest in Union Ea y Music Fe tured atI
his we 's Arts at Middayr
concert oincides with In this age of synthesizers 1
Mozartf t, that extrava- and electric flutes, we rarely1
d platinum-priced have an opportunity toI
event. If you love Mozart hear sixteenth and seven-
but are a bit short on funds, teenth century music
this is your chance to hear played on harpsicord,1
the very same composer for violas, gambas, and record-
free! U-M Music School ers. Each semester, Arts
graduate student Peter and Programming sponsors1
Collins will play piano music a Semester Special Con-
by Mozart and Brahms. He cert, a free concert with I
will be at the Pendleton very special performers. ThisI
Room on the secon oor nday, November 13, +
of the Union this T rsday, The cademy of Early
November 16, fr 12:15- Music featuring U-M music i
12:45. Visit the G or the profes or Beth Gilford, will
U-Club first and t en come prese authentic acoustic
to to hear the m ic. music t 8:00 in the Kuenzel
Roo . Find out all you ever
ted to know about
gambas: come to this con-
cert.I
TK F

Henry Butler and Alvin
Batiste: Jazzmen
These two artists combine
the best of clarinet and
piano in jazz that will sear
your sou's piano is
"acco plished nd color-
ful" a Batiste's larinet is
"rich akd far re hing."
Both ira roots back
to New Orleans, and they
met there at Southern
University. While Batiste
became a jazz educator
and joined Ornette Cole-
man's group (and did BOTH
jobs successfully), Butler
studied with Cannonball
Adderly and earned a
Master's Degree at that
ed institution to
our north, 'chigan State.
Henry Butler as cut two
albums, Fivi Around and
Vill hat have been
en stically received.
Alvin Batiste's album, Bayou
Magic, has also met with
rave reviews. Listen to the
critics: "Mr. Butler revels in
fluency and facility, splash-
ing chords all over the
keyboard and streaking
through solos with machine-
gun articulation" (New York
Times) and "(Batiste is) a
modern mast arinet,
his music strfches fr the
roots of Ne Orleans adi-
tion to the utting ed e of
contempor "
(Down Beat). Batiste tells
how he became interested
in music. At an Easter
parade in New Orleans,
The guys passed by playing
that slow parade beat,
(and) I got a ripple in my
blood." He was so en-
tranced following the band,
fin fact, that he fell into the
canal.
Come hear some REAL jazz
when Henry Butler and Alvin
Batis appear together in
A Ar r on Saturday,
ovemb r 18 at 8:00 at the
A , pro ly presented by
Ecli Jazz. Tickets are on
sale now at the Michigan
Union Ticket Office. To
charge by phone, call 763-
TKTS.

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time, but usually going to
qranTcn 's melt an Tlha e the day with all those other
geop~le a)'your egnce! NIB Eateries and Com-
mons in th ildin offering a special Thanks-
iving bu oo ber 15 at noon. Get in the
n}ood ea y, r Th st key-and-trimmings with
yosur frie .-
Be Thankful for this Elegant Buffet!
The U-Club on the first floor of the Union has never been a
place to go for ho-hum food, but they are really outdoing them-
selves this year with their Thanksgiving buffet. Every day
between 11:00 and 2:00 for a week, from November 15 through
November 22, they will offer a very special chance for you to
savor the warm, rich aromas, the wonderful flavor of home
cooking, and the joyful spirit of Thanksgiving...and they do all
the work! Join with your staff and colleagues (the more the
merrier: the U-Club can handle large groups) for this early and
elegant Thanksgiving dinner.

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Step Right up and
Get Your
Ecuadorian
Sweater
How many of your friends
can honestly say that they
have a beautiful hand-
made sweater from Ecua-
dor? This is the perfect
chance to buy one for
yourself and several for less
fortunate friends and rela-
tives who will not have a
chance to visit this sale. It
is being put on by Elegant
Passage and sponsored by
Arts and Programming from
10:00-5:00 every day this
1h0 d'^^-of

On sal ow\
7 -K
" Lysistrata
The ancient Gr cla
comedy of a

" Mozartfest
Ten fortepiano concertos by
the world's best in three con-
certs
Thursday-Saturday, Novem-
ber 16-18
8:30 - Rackham Auditorium

Novembe 24 11, -18 *Squeeze
8:00 - Ann r ic Theater Pop rock with a lyrical twist,
opening with Katrina and the
* Ethan Caninaves
Best-selling author of "un ay, November 17
lievably good" storie - -Hill Auditorium
peror of the Air PP\i
Tuesday, November Henry Butler and Alvin
7:30 - Hillel Batiste
Great ' z r clarinet and
Jerome Badanes p
Novelist ('The Final Opus of Sa yldy, ember 18
Leon Solomon") of the Jewi . an 0:00 - The Ark
experience Al . ree workshop (for info
Thursday, November 16 all 763-0046.)

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Here are just SOME examples of the feast: start with oysters and weeA 0onLthe grouUU
clams on the half shell or mini-quiche; then move on to the the Union.
salad bowl or mandarin oran g:and sesame saladsFor, he
course, enjoy carved roast tdrkey, roast - u --t
pineapple, served withsdine rice pilaf florevtind ~~
medley with (of couse) cranberry sauce If y6 1Ihavroom
there i p pkini e or StrawberriesiebecFa alogw hyou
coffeq or hoi sice4 cider. All this hr only1$8.95 eson!
Yog- ighywant e threepr our Thapks givn sthisyear
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day-Fr , 11-,Friday Evening
Gather for lunch at the U-Club New Musio ight Oith DJ Tom
Simoniar
Fond Friday,
Find tr happ'Hess (with TV Saturday Afternoon
and munchiu 4pnWatc n-Mmop up e
at Happy HouT
b* est TV scrn on campus
Monday Evening
Hey Di*! It's Monda :light trd venin
Football! R /ght witDJ Tom
-imorn
EvayE ing
M(%:"Heathers, 9:00
W nesday Evening 4
U~ Laugh k with Tim ***The University Club is a
Cavanaugh private ub for U-M students
faculty taff, alumni and their
Thursda Evening invd guest. Only member of
UASoundstage: TBA le drinking age mWypurcW
3alcoho ID required * *

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S a m n A n R am o iu
Mon mber 27
8:00 - uditorium

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