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-The Michigan Daily- Monday, November 27, 1989

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The University of Michigan UnionIhf Jj7L4 November 27 to December 3, 1989

Ticket Office
On sale now
763-TKTS
Open every day

Sam Ramey
An eloquent and powerful
bass, one of the best today
Monday, November 27
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Don Cherry/Ed Blackwell
Geomusical explorers
Saturday, December 7
8:00 and 10:00- The Ark
Ronnie Gibert
Powerful, beautiful voice
combined with a whimsical,
warm performance
Sunday, December 3
8:00 - The Ark
De La Soul
Unique New York rap trio
Thursday, December 7
8:00- Power Center

Uvingston Taylor
One of today's most individu-
alistic voices and song writers
Friday, December 8
8m:00 - The Ark
Gemini Family Concert
Ann Arbor's favorite twin folk
singers
Sunday, December 10
1:00 and 3:00 - The Ark
Aulos Ensemble
Baroque ensemble with "im-
peccable intonation"
Monday, December 11
8:00 - Rackham Auditorium
"The Uon in Winter"
Wednesday, December 13-
Saturday, December 16
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

Eclipse Jazz Presents Cherry and Blackwel
The Free Jazz Revolution is coming! Two of its i , -
peter Don Cherry and drummer Ed Blackwell, formed
since the mid 1950s with that other jazz pionee, tte
Coleman, and their musical vision continues today. Cherry's
new album Art Deco received *ve stars (highest rating) from
Down Beat magazine (Octo 89) and he impressed critic
Elaine Guregian as he "def pdates the innovation
spearheaded by Ornette Co an' He pulls out his trademark
pocket trumpet and breezes rou a set of tunes that amplify
his image as the all-too-cool ja ter.
Working post-Coleman, Cherry-has explored many new
aspects of music, finding new ways to express himself with
everyone from Sonny Rollins to Lou Reed as well as his old
Coleman-band friends. He and Blackwell played together in
Old and New Dreams with other Coleman alums Charlie
Haden and Dewey Redman, and more collaborations have
followed.
Ed Black 1 h been fighting kidney disease for the past few
years, so his forming dates and recordings have been few.
He is i ealth now, so his cleverly charged drumming
can on be heard. His extraordinary talent is featured in
this uniq partnership with Cherry, bringing out the similari-
ties in the musical roots and musical futures of both.
Now you can experience the dep nd discovery inherent in
the music of jazz masters Don and Ed Blackwell when
they appear together in Ann A o aturday, December 2 at
8:00 and 10:00 at the Ark, proud pre ted by Eclipse Jazz.
Tickets are on sale now at the Mic i nion Ticket Office.
To charge by phone, call 763-TKTS.
Kara Gaunt Presents Vocal Music
Arts at Midday is the perfect mid-week break from the routine,
the chance to watch performers in musi ce (for free!)
during your lunch hour. This Thursda mber 30, hear U-
M Music School graduate student Ka Ga t who will be
singing traditional and contempora i . Eat an early
lunch at the MUG or the U-Club a come to to hear the
music from 12:15-12:45 in the Pendl oom on the second
floor of the Union.

Betsy Sundholm Wins Big
Ten
.Billards Trophy
This is the story of how a U-
M sophomore from a y=
small town in Michigan
learned to play pool at age 13
in the town bar (it was a
family-style bar), came to the
Big City to go to college,
found employment in the
Billards and Games Room of
the Michigan Union, contin-
ued to practice her 8-ball
game, and went on to fame
and fortune at the Big Ten
Billiards tournament held at
the University of Iowa. At the
tournament, she had to play
9-ball for the first time in her
life, but still beat the other
women from the Universities
of Iowa, Wisconsin, and
Illinois. She is now the
Women's 9-Ball Champion of
the Big Ten and has plans to
go to Sweden for future
competition. She is modest
about her accomplishments,
but WE are all very proud.
Congratulations, Betsy!
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Stock up Now on
Jewelry for the Holi-
days!
The Howard Wheeler jewelry
sale is taking place this week
only, November 27 through
December 2, from 10O:G0.5:010
daily in the ground floor ma
of the Union. What perfect
timing: buy gifts for al your
special (and as yet un-
bedecked) family and friends!
Part of the proceeds will
support the Arts and Pro-
gramming events line.
Student Woodworks
on Display
This week ONLY, from
November 27 through
December 2, see the Tenth
Anniversary Woodwork
Show. This is an exhibit by
the Student Woodshop, a
program that is celebrating a
decade of teaching students
how to produce beautiful and
functional wooden master-
pieces. Stop by the exhibit in
the Art Lounge on the first
floor of the Union.
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Project Community:
Where Service and Learning Intersect
This Service-Learning Program is open to U-M students.
Program areas are:
Chemical Dependency
Cri? alJustce
Health Care
Education and Organizational Leadership.

Get in the Holiday
Spirit: The Needy
Need YOU!
As December approaches, help
spread some much-needed
holiday cheer. Many local
groups and agencies can use
your help, once or often. Keep
reading:

Earn two, three, or four credits in Sociology 389 or Education 317. ARBOR HOSPICE: This is a
personalized nursing service
An override is needed for enrollment. for the terminally ill, and it
eeds to raise money to
Stop by for more information at the office, 2205 Michigan Union, support its activities. You can
Monday - Friday from 8 - 5. serve as a Dollar Day Volun-
teer b going to local busi-
nesses and collecting money, or
you can s various mall site
events whic also raise money
and visibility for this loving
and essential group.
SALVATION AM: What
would the holidays be without
bells ringing next:to red
kettles? You can}fe a bell
ringer, or help wit holiday
food and toy distri ution,
holiday present apping, or
canned goods so ng. All these
activities ben t the under-
The Michigan Leadership Conference: privilege d all are more
For Movers and Shakers an ever.
NEIGHBORHOOD SENIOR
Students at the University of Michigan have a unique opportu SERVICES: This organization
nity to learn what may take others many years of trial and helps senior citizens live
error. They can receive professional guidance on how to indepdently. Volunteers are
enhance their leadership skills and personal development, needed for holiday gift prepara-
valuable lessons which will last a lifetime. tion and delivery, the prepara-
tion, planning and serving of
The Student Organization Development Center (SODC) is holiday meals, and transporta-
sponsoring the Sixth Annual Mchigan Leadership Conference: tion.
Aspirations and Inspirations on Saturday, January 20, 1990 in".
the Michigan Union. This day-long conference is geared OTOR MEALS OF ANN
towards emerging or current leaders, and will present many day, a hot
sessions to enhance personal and group-leadership growth. meal is delivered to elderly
Some of the topics which may be covered at the small-group or immobilized person o
sessions are: How to Publicize my Organization/Activity; How to cannot prepare meals or t
Motivate my Members; Humor in Leadership; Running Effective out easily. Help out by m *ng
Meetings; Combining Cultures; "Talk to Us"; Developing a some tray favors or holiday
Successful Image; Preventing and Dealing with Burnout; gifts to brighten up the live of
Campus to Career; and Ethics in Leadership. The keynote these clients.
speaker will be Dayna Eubanks, a Detroit television anchor
person. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES:
Registrations are being taken now at the SODC office, 2202 elithoa holiay partnd
Michigan Union. Register early and save money! The fee for the area would ly if your
the conference is $15 but for those who register by December group, osmall, would
20, the fee is only $12. (Your fee includes materials, refresh- pl party, some singing, an
ments, and the keynote luncheon.) Since only 350 people can arand crafts project, or
participate, and many thousands of U-M students are leaders ything else to celebrate the
now or intend to be leaders in the future, it is a good idea to holiday season. Plan some fun
register early and assure yourself a place at this important and with children, adolescents, or
very helpful conference. senior citizens.

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For more information (and to
volunteer!) please call the
S.E.R.V.E. office at 936-2437,
or stop by 2211 Michigan
Union.
HELPING IS A CHAIN
REACTION:
PASS IT ALONG

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How to Have Your Very own Banner!

Monday-Friday, 11-2
Meet at the U-Club for
luncheon
Monday-Friday, 4-8
Happy Hour: when food,
drink, TV and friends
"t n^r^ " -^ r%~ ^"

Thursd
UAC S

The very best way to let everyone on campus know what is happening
to have a huge banner over the steps of the Unio student
rganization is having an event in the Union durin
oudlike to reserve this most prestigious spot for
collow the1 ure. Get an applicati fl h
_ dv tis' r W) office, i '. 'ion, ai etun it bv
k d D d enter the lottery for the week whe' s'our event
taking pl . dom drawing of the names of groups who want a
particular ,December 11. u will then be
notified ow yo ed in the lottery7 at 764-0436 for
details and GOOD LUCK! (Remember that MAW also contracts for
other advertising-type services. Contracting for next term begins
December 1.)

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Reggae Night v J Tom
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