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The University of Michigan Union

UNION

North Campus Commons

December 3 to December 9,1990

MICHIGAN UNION
TICKET OFFICE

Pianist Victor Borge will perform at Hill Auditorium on
Wednesday, December 5 at 8 p.m. This concert is presented by
the Office of Major Events.
Los Angeles Times critic, Mark Shulgold, said it best, "Victor
Borge is one of thee funniest people in the world - the come-
dian/pianist had the assembled multitudes, including the
orchestra, in stitches and rolling in the aisles. One couldn't
help being amazed at the man's undiminished vitality, show-
manship, and musical skills." Eight-one year old Borge falls off
the piano bench and the audience roars. He goes through a be-
wildering array of slapstick maneuvers, punctuated by salvos
of helpless laughter. Few pianists spend more time not playing
the piano than Victor Borge.
Borge has been not playing the piano for years and entertaining
audiences around the world. The Great Dane has an awareness
that a rare musical talent has earned him riches only through
laughter.
Concert tickets are available at the Michigan Union Ticket
Office. To obtain ticket information, or to charge by phone, call
763- TKTS.
Art Series
Feature Music and Dance Performances
This week, the Office of Arts and Programs is sponsoring two
performances, one instrumental concert and one dance
exhibition.
Start your week with the Concert of the Month's program of
baroque music. The Academy of Early Music will perform
seasonal pieces on recorder, viola, harpsichord, and sackbut.
The concert will be held today in the Pendleton Room at 8
p.m. There is no admission charge.
On December 6, as part of the Arts at Mid-Day series, the
University Dancers will demonstrate some choreography
from their fall term presentation. The performance will
begin at 12:15 p.m. in the Pendleton Room. There is no
admission charge.

On Sale NOW!
Call 763-TKTS
Open every day

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VICTOR BORGE
"Los Angeles Times" critic
Mark Shulgold wrote,
"[Borge]is one of the funni-
est people in the world. One
couldn't help being amazed
at the man's undiminished
vitality, showmanship, and
musical skills."
Wednesday, December 5
at 8:00pm, Hill Auditorium.
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY,
pianist
Presented by the University
Musical Society.
Thursday, December 6
at 8:00pm, Hill Auditorium.
Order tickets by PHONE
ONLY
LITTLE SINGERS OF PARIS
Presented by the University
Musical Society.
Thursday, December 13
at 7:00pm, Hill Auditorium.
Order tickets by PHONE
ONLY
THE CHIEFTAINS
"CHRISTMAS SHOW"
The "Irish Voice" noted, "...
apart from being great musi-
cians, they must also be some
of the most likeable perform-
ers around ... the true magic
of Irish culture could be
neither more beautifully nor
effectively evoked."
Saturday, December 15
at 8:00pm, Hill Auditorium.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL
SOCIETY
Order tickets for all events by
PHONE ONLY.

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THE
UNIVERSITY
CLUB
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. to8 p.m.
Tuesday Evening
Reggae and More - Music-
with DJ Creole Kid
Wednesday Evening
UAC Laughtrack: Comedy
Jam featuring Jimmy Rhodes
Jazz music from 4pm to 8pm
Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian)
served from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
T-shirt giveaway night
Thursday Evening
UAC Soundstage: First Light
Jazz music from 4 p.m. to 8
p.m.
Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian)
served from 5 p.m. to6 p.m.
T-shirt giveaway night
Friday Evening
New Music Night with DJ
Jeffrey
Saturday Evening
Live Band
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. ID required.

Dagwood 'S
Special!
This week, Dagwoods will feature a
special combination of any of their
four salads (Greek, Chef, Garden,
or Taco), plus a cup of the Soup of
the Day, and a medium soft drink
for only $4.25. Stop by Dagwoods,
located on the Ground Floor of the
Michigan Union, to enjoy this
special TODAY!
Dagwoo 's
Special!"

Student
Woodshop
Creations
Exhibited in
the Michigan
Union
Two exhibits highlighting
the work of the Student
Woodshop will be dis-
played in the Michigan
Union:
Room 1209
Monday, Dec.3 3 p.m. to
6 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 4: 9 a.m. to
9 P.M.
Wednesday, Dec. 5
through Friday, Dec. 7: 9
a.m. to 6 p.m.
Art Lounge
Wednesday, Dec. 5
through Thursday, Jan.
10: Regular building hours
These exhibits represent
the work of students and
staff of the Woodshop, the
best of the Fall term.
Room 1209 will have on
display pieces ranging
from furniture to smaller
vessels, boxes, and sculp-
tural pieces. The Art
Lounge exhibit will show
primarily two-dimensional
work including photo-
graphs of the woodshop
and students at work
creating their pieces.

Time to Update Your I
Sweater Collection
Add another exotic
sweater to your collec-
tion - or start your
exotic sweater collec-
tion today. Corinthian
Trading Company is
offering Greek sweaters
for sale this week in the
Michigan Union, Ground
Floor. The sale will run
today until Friday from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Volunteer... What you get back is immeasurable!

Becoming a
Volunteer
This is it - the time has comel
You have been waiting for your
opportunity to enroll in a really
different, alternative course,
right? Project Community can
be the course to fit your prefer-
ences.
Project Community is a service-
learning course offering credit in
Sociology 389 and Education
317 with more than 40 place-
ments in the following areas:
Chemical Dependency, Criminal
Justice, Education, Environ-
mental Advocacy, Health & Spe-
cial Populations, and Preschool.
So what's so different about this
course offering?
How about the following:
" participating in small group
seminars, one each week -
working in the community,
providing that extra some
thing to children or adults who
can benefit from your caring
" setting the group's agenda
in a student-led (NOT
faculty-led) group
" exploring possible career
opportunities
" earning academic credit or
not
And transportation is provided to
and from the volunteer sites.
To obtain more information
about this unique opportunity,
stop by the office, Room 2205 in
the Michigan Union, from
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Enrollment overrides
will be given.

HELP WANTED:
Volunteers to Work on Community
Service Projects
Holiday Volunteer ActivitIes
Would you like to channel some of
your holiday spirit into volunteer
activities? There are many choices
for you this month. You might want
to arrange 4holidayoct for a
local senior citizens' d-center.
Kids livi i family housing
and t ncalh inprojects also
greatly te holiday parties. If
your group oesn't lve a lot of
time but you would still like to help,
you may want to assist the
Salvation Army wrapping presents.
If any of these ideas sound
interesting or if you would like to
hear more ideas, call the Project
S.E.R.V.E. office (936- 2437) or
stop by (Second Floor, Michigan
Union).
S.E.R.V.E. Week Mass Meeting
Sign up to become involved next
semester - work to coordinate a
week's worth of activities which will
focus the attentgn of t9 campus
on community srvice.Some of the
projects which yod can4rork
include plaqning ailbThe
Streets" day, arrnging ket
drive, and invitinfor the
week. An informa meeting will
be held on December 4 at 8:00 p.m.
in the Michigan Union's Crowfoot
Room.
Spring Break Volunteer
Opportunities
Work on something besides a tan
during this spring break. Project-
S.E.R.V.E. is coordinating two
different projects: building a home in
Niles, Michigpn, and working with
the homele$ in Ne/fk City. An
informatio l meetingr both of
these cts b deh

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If you're ready to develop the skills and knowledge you need to
function effectively as a leader, both on campus and throughout
your career, this class is for you. First and second-year stu-
dents who are interested in beginning or continuing their lead-
ership training are invited to register for the Leadership Devel-
opment Class.
Earn three academic credits through the Sociology Department
while learning personal management skills (such as stress
management) and organizational management skills (for
example, meeting management). Class size is limited to 25
people, so HURRY! Come by the Student Organization Devel-
opment Center (SODC), Room 2202 Michigan Union, or call
763-5900 to obtain more information.

Plan Your
Winter Term
Ad Campaigns
with MAW
Today is the first day of
contracting for the Winter
term at the Michigan Adver-
tising Works (MAW). Stop
by the office to obtain a new
brochure. Plan your adver-
tising early and let us help
you design your promotional
campaigns. Also, Union
banner lottery applications
are available for Winter term.
All M.A.W. services may be
used by recognized student
groups and university de-
partments. M.A.W. is located

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