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The University of Michigan Union North Campus Commons
October 8 to October 14, 1990

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EARN
at the Michigan
Union and NCC
If spending money is disap-
pearing too quickly this se-
mester, the Michigan Union
and North Campus Com-
mons (NCC) may have the
answer to your financial
dilemma.
Michigan Union Food Serv-
ices is hiring students for the
following positions:
stockkeepers, grill workers,
waitpeople, and door hosts.
The Union is also looking for
students to fill positions of
computer programmer,
custodian, and graphic artist
trainee. If you would rather
work at NCC, the positions of
student building manager,
set-up person, cashier, cook,
busperson, or office assistant
may meet your needs.
Stop in the Michigan Union,
Room 1310, or the North
Campus Commons Business
Office and apply today for the
position of your choice.
Show your
billiards skill in
tournament play

Special Luncheon Offerings
from NIB
The NIB Eateries, at 300 North Ingalls Building, offer
daily lunch specials for just $2.95. The special offer-
ings for this week are:

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Monday: Lasagna
Tuesday: Meatloaf and Mashed Potatoes
Wednesday: Macaroni and Cheese with Ham
Thursday: Spaghetti and Meatballs

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Come in for today's lunch special! The NIB Eateries
are open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Wan t to Become a
More Effective
Leader?
Fowng are three tips from
the Student Organiaion De
velopmnent Center (SODC) to
improve your leadership
style.
'I Be Buoyant. Keep your
thinking fle xible. R ules ruts
mnd routines have ruined
many leaders.
2) Admnit Your Own Mis-
takes. A wise leader honestly
admits his or her own mis-
takes and corrects them in
humility. The leader never
gvs alibis orblamnes others
leaders have assumed
responsibility tor the mis-
takes of subordinates.
3) Bc Active. The dynarmc
leader is her or his own self-
starter. The effective Iader is
awas open to inspiration
and in tuition. and then -
translates t hought into action,
And being activse DOE S NOT
mean beng aggresive.
Fo r more tips about effective
lead ersh ip, come by the
SODC, Room 22U2 Michigan
Umon thof eice wich exst'
to help you make the most of
yur U-M ex per iences.

The U Club Calendar

Monday to Friday
Lunch is served from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Monday to Friday
Happy Hour is held from 4
p.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday Evening
House Music with PC Pro-
ductions
Wednesday Evening
UAC Laughtrack:
Tony Hayes
Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian)
served from 5pm to 6pm.
Thursday Evening
UAC Soundstage:
Homewreckers
Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian)
served from 5pm to 6pm.
Friday Evening
New Music Night with DJ
Tom Simonian
Saturday Evening
Live Band: Anne Be Davis

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Enjoy PanitGere Winston
Solo pianist George Winston will perform his Summer Show at Hill Auditorium
on Sunday, October 21 at 7:30 p.m. This concert is presented by the Office
of Major Events.

The - held
on Sun. - r 14 in the
Billiards and Game Room.
Registration begins at 11
a.m. and is followed by a
warm-up session. The
tournament starts promptly at
noon.
The winner of the campus
tournament will represent the
University at the Big Ten
Tournament, hosted by the
U-M, on October 27 and 28.

View Artwork iView00. -' Dtural-Racial
Inspired by oup's Creation
Native American
and Middle Eas Gain a different pers e of the U-M through the
Cultures writings and coll °,xhibited in the Art Lounge, First
Floor, Michigan nion. Members of the U-M's Multi-
Discov a archeological Cultural-R eal Group created the work to express their
treasures hidden on the thou and feelings of being at the U-M. Come in the
Ground Floor of the Michi- Lunge to catch the exhibit before it ends on October
gan Union on Tuesday and . The exhibit is o ' ' igan Union building
Wednesday, October 9 an hours. .
10. Ketaca will be selli
t-shirts, jewelry, an asks - e an Art Break thi ursday
featuring ancient bol
and artwork fr e As part of the Arts at Mid-day ,the University Players will present the
American, Egyptian, and premiere of 'August Snow " en by Reynolds Price rformance will
Middle Eastern cultures. be Thursday, October1 12:15 p.m. in the P eto~n Room. Admission is
Stop by the sale to acquire free.
the prfect addition to yur
pe yo The play dep young ma ' uple trying to work toward deeper com-
collection. mitments to other. bile, their relationship is being jeopardized
with conflic frien family.
"August Snow idirected by Richard and Ann Klautsch.

Enjoy Brunc
Before
Saturday's Game
To ensure you re fortified to cheer
louder and longer than the Spartan
fans, come feast at the U-Club s
brunch. On home footbaH game
days, the U-Club, on the First Floor
of the Michigan Union, serves
brunch beginning two and onehalf
hours beore game time.
T his special brunch includes
breakfast entrees, pastries, muffins,
fresh fruits, juices, cheeses,
assor ted salads, pastas, vege-
tables, desserts, and a variety of
beef, chicken and seafood dishes.
The brunch is priced at $8.95 per
person. For reservaons please
cal 763-4648.

Winston began recordin aamin and has since completed three solo
piano albums:-"Autumn (1980), -i into Spring"-(1982), and 'December'
(1982). Other solo piano albums are in the planning, including themes of the
spring/summer season, the enchanted forest, and the sock hop. Presently,
Winston is concentrating on the live performance and is recording other musi-
cians who have inspired him for many years on his own label, Dancing Cat
Records.
Concert tickets are available at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. To obtain
ticket information, or to charge by phone, call 763- TKTS.

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The Computing Site-aNrt-Gam]
open for student u:'.T aj t'
re n tly in sta lled a ra:et npl i M a ,
ment installation omplete,1
able. 1 J

us Commons (NCC) is
of the machines cur-
hes. When the equip-
iser spaces will be avail-

The computing sit fst'Icatetoti e lower level of the new
wing of NCC (Noiheast-Entrancer-h-urs of operation
are: 7 a.m. tygpa m day hrough F and 11 a.m. to
11 p.m. Sa And-Sn dy T hh will be modified
during bre periods ofheU-M academic calendar.

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