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The University of Michigan Union March 12 to March 18,1989
UNION

ack reads
The U-Club is planning to
expand its horizons this week-
end, past reggae and past rock,
past folk guitars and past
comedians...to poetry. Prof. Bert
Hornback, one of the giants of
literature on campus, will
appear twice to read the poetry
of William Butler Yeats, that
quintessential Irish poet. This is
the same Bert Hornback who ap-
pears each Christmas as Charles
Dickens to read "A Christmas
Carol" to great acclaim. This
time he will interpret, not imper-
sonate, Yeats. He will appear
with Fran Norton, who will sing
Irish ballads. Join them at the U-
Club on the first floor of the
Union on Friday, March 16th at
5:30 and again on Saturday,
March 17th at 8:00. Hornback
does not mean for this to be a
boisterous, brawling St. Patrick's
Day event so much as a hushed,
evocative, perhaps mystical,
Irish event. Make this your
alternative to green beer and
raucous hilarity!
frientWooshop
Do you know that the Student
Woodshop, a well-equipped
cabinet and furniture making
facility, is right nearby in the
Student Activities Building at
Maynard? But before you start
creating masterpieces, you
should know how to create them
safely. So the Woodshop is
sponsoring two more safety
classes on Wednesday, March
14th and Thursday, March 15th,
both from 3-5 pm. Call Kurt
Vosburgh at 763-4025 for more
information.
Pool ournament
to Benefit the
Handicapped
This is a really generous event
and fun besides! People
Understanding the Severely
Handicapped (PUSH) will
sponsor a benefit pool tourna-
ment on March 17th in the
Billiards and Games room on the
second floor of the Union. Can
you wield a cue? Or are you.
better at cheering on someone
who can? Then you can take
part. To find out more, call
Perry at 930-1932.
Children's Art Com-
memorates Jerusalem
Prize-winning paintings by
twelve children are being dis-
played now on our campus.
These paintings are the result of
a worldwide competition to
select children's art which would
honor the 20th anniversary of
the reunification of Jerusalem.
Sponsored by Arts and Program-
ming, the Institute of Faculty
and Students on Israel, and the

Israeli Embassy in Washington,
DC, this inspiring show will
appear from now to March 28th
in the Art Lounge on the first
floor of the Michigan Union.
Jewelry Sale Brightens
Winter Blahs
Hang in there: winter is about
over. Meanwhile, how about
some lovely jewelry for that
certain someone (or yourself, its
OK) to make the days seem
brighter? Jewelry is for sale on

WELCOME BACK to the
following students who par-
ticipated in Project
S.E.R.V.E.'s Service Spring
Break:
Jenny Bastress
Geoffrey Birmingham
Maria Dell'Isola
Paula Dunn
Orville Erickson
Dan Godston
Erica Hawkins
Doug Healy
Monique McGee
Tiffany Nguyen
Bill Orlowski
Paul Schenkel
Jennifer Walters
These students spent the
week working with Habitat
for Humanity, an interna-
tional organization dedicated
to the elimination of poverty
housing,
in both Kalamazoo and
Niles, Michigan. Their effort
is greatly appreciated by the
families who will benefit
from their service.
If you are interested in
getting involved in a one-
time service project, consider
registering for "Into the
Streets," a campus-wide day
of service on Saturday, April
7. For more information
contact the S.E.R.V.E. office at
936-2437 or stop by 2211
Michigan Union.

Student Organization Development Center Winter
1990 Workshop Series
Not For Leaders Only
The Student Organization Development Center (SODC)
presents its 1990 Winter Workshop Series. You are invited to
attend one or all of our workshops. To reserve your space,
please call the SODC office at 763-5900, Monday - Friday from
8am - 5pm. This week's workshop:
Women:Assert Yourselves!
March 14
4 - 6pm
North Campus Commons
South East Room
Talented, lots of ideas, and you want to be recognized for your
contributions? This workshop focuses on the basics of asser-
tiveness training and creative approaches that have been
especially helpful to women who want to learn how to become
positively assertive.
Student Recognition Awards, 1990
The University will present the eleventh annual Student
Recognition Awards in April to individuals and student
organizations who have demonstrated outstanding leadership
qualities, shown initiative, and made significant contributions
beyond the classroom to the University and the community.
These are the only campus-wide awards which acknowledge
the important contributions which students make in their
cocurricular activities.
This is the last week to submit nominations. The deadline for all
nominations is March 16. To get an application, or to find out
more, stop by the Student Organization Development Center,
2202 Michigan Union or call 763-5900 with questions.

Bass Players Appear in
Pendleton Room
Noontime break this Wed nes-
day: first have some lunch at
the MUG or the U-Club, and
then stop by the Pendleton
Room on the second floor of the
Union. Each week, Arts at Mid-
day presents some very special
programs, and thi& time we will
hear an ensemble of string bass
players from the V-M School of
Music. The group wil per for m
Thursday, March 15 from 12:15-
12:45. This free concert is the
perfect accompaniment to your
one-hour noon vaca on.
North Campus Com-
mons has a Jazz Beat
Every Wednesday, incuding
this one, u y can enjoy jazz with
your lunch at North Camp us
Commons. Classy, jazzy
sounds echo from the atium
every Wed nesday noon when a
U-M Music School student jazz
ensemble will perform. You man

"Resound ing Winds"
Echo Through U nion
The Concert of the Month
highlights young talent from~ ths
area, often playing musice
don't hear routinely, played in
an exciting new way. Thi
month's concert features a
saxaphone quartet from the U-M
School of Mulin. The "hResound
ing Winds" is corn prised ofi n
sicians Helen Hailer, De'nise Fet,
Eric Wilson, and (Cha ries Yo un,
They wvilI play mnusc of Deussen-
cs, Willis, and thers when
they appear on Tsvuesday. Marh
13th at 8I:OQ in the Pendleton
Room. This is y cur chanc to v
hear the saxaphune in alI its
splendid variety, tor' free.
Earn Money: Set up
Conference Rooms
The Michigan Union Scheduling
Office is in need of student
employees to set up conference
rooms. The following shifts are
aaiable: Mondays 8m n,

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