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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily -Monday, November 5, 1990

The University of Michigan Union North Campus Commons
Lii NJ.November 5 to November 11, 1990

U-M is Out for Blood -
YOURS!
By helping the community and donating blood during Alpha Phi
Omega's ninth annual blood drive, you can help the Michigan
football team beat Ohio State University (OSU). Tradition
wisdom holds that the winner of the blood battle between Michi-
gan and Ohio State University (OSU) also wins the football
game between these rivals. LET'S GO BLUE!

The

is as follows:

Monday, Nov. 5
Tuesday, Nov. 6
Wednesday, Nov. 7
Thursday, Nov. 8
Friday, Nov. 9
Monday, Nov. 12
Yuesday, Nov. 13
Wednesday, Nov. 14
Thursday, Nov. 15
Friday, Nov. 16

Bursley
Mosher Jordan
Business School
East Quad
Mary Markley
South Quad
West Quad
Michigan Union
Michigan Union
Michigan Union

3pm to 9pm
3pm to 9pm
1pm to 7pm
2pm to 8pm
2pm to 8pm
1pm to 7pm
1pm to 7pm
1 pm to 7pm
1pm to 7pm
1pm to 7pm

Planning Activities
for Spring Break
Are you daydreaming about spring
break already? It could be fun, but
you're probably worried about
overexposure to the sun, outra-
geously priced ski lift tickets, or
going home when all your friends
are still at school, right? To avoid
all these concerns, spend a unique
spring break working on a volunteer
project. You can help build a home
in Niles, Michigan, or work at a Mis-
sissippi food bank. To obtain more
information about these opportuni-
ties, please call the Project
S.E.R.V.E. office at 936-2437.

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Arrange for an
Elegant Meeting Site
Have you thought about
using the Michigan Union
for your next meeting,
conference, reception, or
formal? The Union has
many beautifully decorated
rooms in a variety of sizes,
in addition to full catering
services. Please call 763-
5911 to request additional
information or to arrange
a tour of this historic build-
ing.
Art Sale!
Art Sale!

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Double Fun This Week in the Michigan Union

TO
.Change Education in the U.S.A.
Interested in working with children? Concerned about the
decline of the educational system in the United States? Con-
sider working in the Teach For America Program, and work for
positive change in our society.
This innovative program gives the opportunity to work for two
years in areas which have a strong need for teachers, usually
rural or inner-city areas. To participate in the program, you do
not need to meet teaching certification requirements or pledge
your entire life to teaching. Project S.E.R.V.E. will hold an
informational meeting about the program on Wednesday,
November 7 from 7pm to 8:45pm. To obtain information
about the meeting location or answers to other questions, call
the Project S.E.R.V.E. office at 936-2437.

Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale NOW! Call 763-TKTS
Open every day
THE ROBERT CRAY BAND
FEATURING
THE MEMPHIS HORNS
Robert Cray has revolutionized
modern music with blends of
rock, r&b, gospel, jazz, and
blues. Wednesday, November 7
at 8pm, Hill Auditorium.
ROBIN HOOD'
Presented by the Young People's
Theater. Adopted from the
original ballads and story, this
play is for audiences of all ages!
Friday, November 9 at 7pm
Saturday, November 10 at 7pm
Sunday, November 11at 1fpm
and 4pm, Eberwhite School (On
Soule, off Liberty Street)
MELISSA ETHERIDGE
Twice nominated for a Grammy
for "Best Female Rock Vocal Per-
formance" for songs like her
passionate hit singles, "Bring Me
Some Water" and "Testify".
Wednesday, November 14 at
8pm, Hill Auditorium.
PRISM QUARTET and
CHESTER STRING QUARTET
Presented by the University
Musical Society.
Wednesday, November 14 at
8pm, Rackham Auditorium.
Order tickets by PHONE ONLY
GERI ALLEN TRIO
Presented by Eclipse Jazz. One of
the top jazz piano artists; both
powerful and exciting.
Friday, November 16 at 8pm and
10pm, The Ark.
BILLY TAYLOR TRIO
Presented by the University
Musical Society.
Saturday, November 17 at 8pm,
Hill Auditorium.
Order tickets by PHONE ONLY

Tihe UO ub Calendar

Two art sales this week offer shoppers a wonderful variety of items.
Jah First will sell incense, jewelry, and other afrocentric wares. The
vintage clothing company, Right to the Moon Alice, will be selling
overcoats of cashmere, wool, Harris tweed, camel hair, and even
sharkskin. The sale will run from Monday, November 5, through
Friday, November 9, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Ground Floor of
the Michigan Union. Stop by today and discover the treasures.
Award-Winning

in Concert
Winner of Grammy Awards and worldwide platinum albums, The Robert Cray
Band Featuring the Memphis Horns will perform on Wednesday, November 7
at 8:00 p.m. in Hill Auditorium.
In just a few years, The Robert Cray Band has revolutionized modem music.
Drawing on the group's backgrounds in rock, r&b, gospel, jazz, and blues,
they have successfully made music of pure emotion and invincible soul -
and brought it to millions of people. Now also featuring the Memphis Horns,
their artistic and commercial triumph continues in the 1990's with their new
release, "Midnight Stroll".
Considering the status of the legendary Memphis Homs (trumpeter Wayne
Jackson and saxophonist Andrew Love were direct participants in countless
number 1 hits with Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding and continued nonstop
to more recent projects with superstars like Steve Winwood and Keith
Richards) their decision to devote their full-time energies to The Robert Cray
Band is one of major significance.
Tickets for this show, presented by the Office of Major Events in cooperation
with WDET, are on sale now at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. To obtain
ticket information or to charge by phone call 763-TKTS.

Is Your Student
Organization
Account Activated?
if your student organization has
not been recognized by the MSA
and you have not submitted your
new organization form to the
Student Organization Account
Services (SOAS), it is NOT too
late to do so for the 1990-91
school year. Stop by the MSA
Office (Room 3909 Michigan Un-
ion) for a registration form and s.
then come to SOAS (Room
G51,3, Michigan Union) to open
an account.
SOAS is open Monday through
Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. If you have any questions
about the reactivation process,
please call SOAS at 763-5767.

ionday to Friday
Lunch is served from 11am to 2pm
Monday to Friday
Happy Hour is held from 4pm to 8pm
Tuesday EvenIng
House Music with PC Productions
Wednesday Evening
lAC Laughtrack: Tim Slagle
Jazz music from 5pm to 7pm
Free pizza (regular and vegetarian)
served from 5pm to 6pm
T-shirt giveaway night

Thursday Evening
UAC Soundstage: Juice
Live jazz music from 5pm to 7pm
Free pizza (regular and vegetarian)
served from 5pm to 6pm
T-shirt giveaway night
Friday Evening
New Music Night with DJ Jeffrey
Saturday Evening
Live Band: The Difference
The University Club is a private club for U-M.
students, faculty, staff, alumni, and their
invited guests. Only members of legal drink-
ing age may purchase. alcohollrequired.

Trained Volunteer Corps:
Creating a Better World
Would you like to work with other U-M students to serve those who are
vulnerable in our community? Join the Trained Volunteer Corps (TVC) and
build the foundation of an organization dedicated to serving the needs of illit-
erate adults, youth at risk, homeless people, and elderly people in need of
support.
The TVC is a new way for students to make a difference in someone's life by
working with an individual one to one. TVC staff will provide the supportive
environment and the hands-on training you need to do the job well.
The TVC will meet this Wednesday, November 7, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in
Room 4050 of the LS&A Building. Please call the TVC at 763-3548 if you

ROYAL WINNIPEG BALLET
Presented by the University
Musical Society.
Monday, November 19 at 8pm,
Power Center.
Order tickets by PHONE ONLY
COMMISSIONED
Detroit gospel recording artists
fill Power Center with an
evening of great gospel.
Saturday, November 24 at 8pm,
Power Center.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL
SOCIETY
Order tickets for all events by

Is the holiday gift-giving season approaching too
quickly? If your spending money has disappeared this
semester, the Michigan Union and North Campus Com-
mons (NCC) may have the answer to your financial
dilemma.
Michigan Union Food Services is hiring students for the
following positions: cashiers, catering and wait person,
and opening person. The Union is also looking for stu-
dents to fill positions of set-up person and cust-lian. If
you would rather work at NCC, the positions of bus per-
son, cashier, cook, office assistant, set-up person and stu-
dent building manager may meet your needs.
Stop by Room 1310 in the Michigan Union or the North
Campus Commons Business Office and apply today for

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