Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 24, 1990
The University of Michigan Union .NIO7 4North Campus Commons
September 24 to September 30, 1990
VOLUNTEER FAIR - TOMORROW!!
Arts at Mid-day
Spend your Lunch Break
Enjoying Hispanic Culture
While you eat lunch this Thurs-
day, you can fill your eyes with
the. splendor of Latino creativity
and showmanship. The new
Hispanic fraternity, Sigma
Lambda Beta, will present a one-
act play titled Los Vendidos ,
This play, written by Luis Valdez,
intertwines comic and satiric
moments. This Thursday per-
formance, sponsored by the Arts
and Programming Office, will
begin at 12:15 p.m. in the
Pendleton Room. There is no
Protect yourself from the
weather of the season
24 throu|'28. Proceeds
from the sale will benefit
programs at NCC.
Dust off you ks d
bowling ba the
campus bi g
soon. Tourna nners
will participate in the Big
Ten Billiards and Bowling
Tournament, scheduled for
October 27 and 28, here in
If you want to compete for
fame and glory, please call:
Gina at 996-9004
Men's Bow .
Ed at 665-4j
Betsy, Doug, or Raj
at 764-6498 or 763-5786
Arts & Programming staff
with Movie Star
Still haven't completed those fin-
ishing touches on your new
place? Brighten your room with
the stars from Iconographics
movie poster sale, presented by
the Arts and Programming
Office, which runs from 9 a.m. to
6 p.m., September 24 through
30. Cheer up your walls with a
shot of James Dean or Marilyn
Monroe, or take your pick from
lconographics wide array of
movie memorabilia including
classic and current publicity
stills, lobby cards, and more.
Michigan Union Ticket Office
On Sale NOW!
Open every day
Elie Wiesel Wallenberg Lecture
A benefit for the Celebration of Jew-
ish Arts, Wiesel is a Nobel Peace
Prize winner, University of Boston
Professor, and author of 30 books.
Tuesday, September 25 at 8:00pm,
Queen Ida & The Bon Temps
A mixture of traditional Cajun music,
reggae, and calypso with dixieland,
blues, Latin, and rock. Tuesday,
September 25 at 7:30pm and
10:00pm, The Ark..
The Pontiac Comedy Caravan
Featuring Jerry Seinfeld
This show features comedian Jerry
Seinfeld, voted "Best Male Stand-
up Comedian" at the 1988 Comedy
Awards. Portions of the proceeds
go to benefit Students Against
Drunk Driving (S.A.D.D.). Presented
by University Activities Center and
Major Events. Thursday, September
27 at 8:00pm, Power Center.
The Nashville Bluegrass Band
and Fairfield our
The Nashville Bluegrass Band
mixes bluegrass and gospel music,
along with the gospel music of the
Fairfield Four. Friday, September28
at 7:30pm and 10:00pm, The Ark.
Mr. B and The Legendary Roy
Ann Arbor's world-renowned blues
and boogie pianist, Mr. B., will be
joined by legendary Detroit
drummer Roy Brooks. Saturday,
September 29 at 7:30pm and
10:00pm, The Ark.
See article on this page.
Sunday, September 30 at 7:30pm,
This virtuoso guitarist, singer, and
songwriter is an innovator of the
steel-string guitar. Friday, October
19 at 8:00pm, Power Center.
She has Bette Midler's outrageous
humor and Tom Lehrer's satirical
edge. Saturday, October 20 at
7:30pm and 10:00pm, The Ark.
This new-age pianist is best known
for his albums "Autumn", "Winter
into Spring", and "December".
Sunday, October 21 at 7:30pm,
Volunteer Through Project S.E.R.V.E.
They need you now! And s ly yqhave a flours a week to give them.
Through Project S.E.R.V.E., y i can.work withore than 150 community agencies and
social action gr Some gtups ll requ 'on-going commitments while others
will sponsor one- e projects.
The easiest was to lea about al and their o ortunities is to attend the
Volunteer Opportunities F t edtomorr ptember 25, from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. on the Diag (rain da eptem th). Meet resentatives from more than 50
organizations that need v eers. Le w you can give as little as one hour a week
to help someone in need, m ab self and others in the process.
Get involved! Stop by the
Fair tomorrow on the Diag.
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Fest ive Brun ch
As the cold weather envelopes
Ann Arbor, head for the Michi-
gan Union before Saturday's
game.-The U-Club serves
hit f ho ecr on
assorted salads, pasta
tables, desserts, and a variety of
beef, chicken and seafood dishes.
The brunch is priced at $8.95
per person. For reservations,
please call 763-4648.
For more information (and to l
Michigan Union, or call 936-2437.
iteer) stop by the Project S.E.R.V.E. Office, 2211
ROCK AND ROLL WITH JOE JACKSON
British-born Joe Jackson will perform on Sunday, September 30
at 7:30 p.m. at the Power Center.
It takes only a moment to identify the unique songs and the
voice of Joe Jackson. "Steppin' Out" and Is She Rey Going
Out With Him" remain classic Jackson songs.
Jackson first emerged at the height of the 1979 pop-new wave
explosion. Since then, he has experimented with reggae, big
band jazz, and more exotic hybrid syles.
Gary Graff, critic for the DETROIT FREE PRESS, wrote, "simply
put, Joe Jackson's concert Saturday nig (August 13, 1989) at
the Royal Oak Music Theater was the rock'n'rol style perform-
ance to hit town this year".
Tickets for this show, presented by the Office of Major Events,
are on sale now at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. For ticket
information or to charge by phone call 763-TKTS.
Learn About Account Services
for Your Group
Student Organization Account Services (SOAS) would like your group
to open (or reactivate) their SOAS account.
The first step in the process it to register your organization with
Michigan Student Assembly (MSA) and receive recognition by MSA.
This recognition is valid from September 1 of one year through
September 30 of the next year, so your organization must register with
MSA at the beginning of each school year. Registration forms are
available in the offices of SOAS (Room G513) and MSA (Room 3909).
Once your SOAS account is open, you may want to relearn the
account services available to your group. SOAS's workshop on the
in's and out's of using account services can assist you with your
Workshops will be held in the Michigan Union's Wolverine Room on:
September 25: 2:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 6:30pm
October 4: 2:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 6:30pm
If you have any questions, please call the SOAS Office at 763- 5767.
The U-Club unveils its new
menu TODAY. Some of the
new dishes include Orient
Express hicken and
spin } Ielt
sa ich, fao-
also ad ea mart"
meals to their luncheon
Stop by the U-Club to sample
new menu offerings or enjoy
your old favorite dishes -
like the wonderful salad bar.
The U-Club serves lunch
Monday through Friday from
11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The University Club is a private
club for U-M students, faculty,
staff, alumni, and their invited
guests. Only members of legal
drinking age may purchase alcohol.
the Arts of Hispanic Culture
Fill your eyes and ears with the splendor of Latino creativity
and showmanship at Friday's Arts Extravaganza (10 a.m. to 10
p.m.), the climax of Hispanic Heritage Month's activities.
Come to understand and participate in the spirit of Latino
culture as you view the artwork of Nora Mendoza and Raron
Hill in the Art Lounge. The Art Lounge is also the site for
video presentations (to be shown throughout the day) and a re-
ception at 5 p.m.
The Pendleton Room is the performance site for Friday's
activities. You'll be enchanted by Christina Barroso's Mexican
folkloric dances (2:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.), stirred by Nancy
Leinonen's classical music (3:30 to 4:00 p.m.), and intrigued
by Dan Sanchez's classical guitar performance (6:00 p.m. to
6:30 p.m.). Following the performance of Groupo Venezuela
(7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.), Sandra Cisneros will read poetry-with
David Labios, Leticia Diaz-Perez, and Israel de Jesus.
Dance crowns the activities Friday evening. Dama Maria Del
Carmen, Grupo Espana, will offer a performance workshop at
8:30 p.m. in the Pendleton Room. Del Carmen, flamenco and
classical dancer, was recently awarded "Lazo de Dama", the
highest honor bestowed to a foreign national. Finally, you can
get on the dance floor and lambada or limbo to the rhythms of
Salsa Night with d.j. Leticia Diaz-Perrez.
Hispanic Heritage Month events are sponsored by Arts and
Programming and Minority Student Services. Please stop by
either of these office for more information about the Hispanic
Heritage Month events.
For new officers, starting their group's activities for the year
can be a stressful experience. The survival skills workshops
will provide answers to questions like:
"How does a group get recognized by MSA?"
"How do I establish an account with SOAS?"
"Where do I go to reserve a meeting room?"
The workshop will be held on Thursday, September 27 from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Kuenzel Room.
To register for "Survival Skills for Student Organizations",
please stop by the Michigan Union office of one of the work-
shop's sponsors: MSA (Room 3909), SOAS (Room G513),
SODC (Room 2202), and Scheduling (Room 1400).