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14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday. November 28, 1994

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AIDS AWAREN7S'

The University of Michigan, in accordance with various University Offices, will be sponsoring a
number of programs for AIDS Awareness Week. These events run from November 28 through
December 2. All programs are free and open to the public. During this time, two 12'x12' sections
from the Names Project Aids Memorial Quilt will be displayed at the Michigan Union Art Lounge.
In addition, there will be other Safer Sex Peer Education Programs offered.

11:00-4:30pm-School of Public Health
Public Health Student's Association Film Festival
3:00pm-Rackham East Conference Room
Eroticizing Safer Sex Workshop with River Houston
7:00pm-Rackham Amphitheater, 4th Floor
Key Note Speaker River Houston-Author, Poet, and Lecturer
Tuesduy-Novenmher 29
11:00-4:30pm-School of Public Health
Public Health Student's Association Film Festival
7.00pm-Rackham Auditorium
"Friendship in the Age of AIDS"with T.J.Sullivan &Joel
Goldman,
9:00pm-Alice Lloyd, Blue Carpet Lounge
"Talk to Us'-an interactive theater troop HIV/AIDS
performance and discussion

12:00pm-Location TBA
Dr. Kajanjian speaks on Clinical Trials
1:00-2:00pm-Michigan Union, Pond Room
"Everything You Always Wanted to Know About AIDS-But
Didn't Know You Were Supposed To Ask'Roni Sanlo
2:00-6:00pm-Michigan Union, Wolverine Room
Film Festival
7:00-8:30pm-Counseling Services, 3rd Floor-
Michigan Union
"HIVin My Life"-an exploration ofthepsychologicalefficts
of the virus on people living with HiVand on those who care
about them. Presentation will include educational materials,
an opportunity to talk with people living with HIV,anda
chance to talk about the effect of HlVon your life.
7:30pm-North Campus Commons
"HIV 101 "presented by Linda Zara
7:OOpm-Michigan Union Art Lounge
Candle Light Vigil and March beginning at the Union and
closing at the First Congregational Church on the corner of
State and William
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Time TBA-Nectarine Ballroom
Safer Sex Night with free condoms available

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Penn State wide receiver Bobby Engram avoids a Michigan State defender en route to a 55-yard touchdown reception.
Lions
Li.ns fingsh regular season undefeated

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STATE COLLEGE (AP) - Ki-
Jana Carter made a final push for the
Heisman Trophy with five touch-
downs and second-ranked Penn State
overcame another poor defensive per-
formance to finish the regular season
undefeated with a 59-31 victory over
Michigan State Saturday.
Penn State's victory means at least
two teams, No. 1 Nebraska and the
Nittany Lions, will be undefeated
going into the bowls. Penn State (8-0
Big Ten, 11-0 overall) is headed to
the Rose Bowl to face Oregon.
The loss was the last game for
Michigan State coach George Perles,
who was forced to resign after 12
seasons with the Spartans.
Carter gained 227 yards on 27
carries. It was his ninth 100-yard game
of the season, breaking a Penn State
record held by Lydell Mitchell, John
Cappelletti and Blair Thomas.
Michigan State used short passes
and running backs Duane Goulboume
and Scott Greene to move the ball
against the banged-up Penn State de-
fense. The Spartans also got a 100-

yard kick return by Derrick Mason.
But Penn State had an answer for
each Spartan score, and Carter con-
trolled the third quarter, scoring three
times in 14 minutes.
Mason caught a 31-yard touch-
down pass on Michigan State's first
possession to give the Spartans a 7-0
lead, but Penn State answered with
Carter's 7-yard score. After a Spartan
punt, tailback Mike Archie hit Bobby
Engram with a 55-yard pass and En-
gram made two defenders miss to
make it 14-7.
On the ensuing kickoff, Mason
got behind a wall of blockers and
faked out kicker Brett Conway on a
100-yard score that tied the game.
Penn State drove right back down
the field and scored on a Brian Milne's
1-yard dive.
After a Penn State field goal,
Michigan State used Goulbourne and
Greene to set up Chris Gardner's 23-
yard field goal to cut the lead to 24-17
at the half.
Then Carter took over. He scored
his fourth touchdown with 14:32 re-

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Ohio St. 6 2 0
MIchiga 5 3 0
Wisconsin 4 3 1.
illinois 4 4 0
Michigan St, 4 4 0
Iowa 34 1
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cushion. After the two teams ex-
changed touchdowns, Carter iced the
game with a 50-yard score.

Friendshp in the Ag. . AIDS
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Two fraternity men...they never thought HIV happened to people like them, until one of them became HIV
positive. These two graduates, from Indiana, will be addressing concerns and issues relating to college relation-
ships and how to be cautious in the age of AIDS. One student at the University of Oregon said, "Not only are
these guys knowledgable on the subject, they are real life people that we, as students, can relate to...they
somehow manage to keep you laughing between the tears." Come learn how HIVhas touched their friendship
and how you can protect yourself, your friends, and your family.
This presentation is free, open to the public, and is being offered in conjunction with Aids Awareness Week.

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Interested in learning more about HIV and AIDS, and in doing something about it?
Proec Comnunitry aimucs a v nfroco dt
"Cultural and Soda! Aspet of HIV nd AIDS4

Students in this section will combine learning and service, attending weekly seminars and working to organize
and activate community groups, and raise awareness regarding HIV and AIDS.
For more information about this or any of our 35 Project Community sections, stop by the Office of Com-
munity Service Learning, 2205 Michigan Union, 8am-5pm Monday-Friday.
North Campus Commons

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UPCOMING ACTIVITIES

s-Nej s and Moudays
in Loouurdo's
Start out the week with live music
from 8-10:00pm at the Espresso Royale
Cafe. Look and Listen for Jake
Reichbert on December 4 andPaula
Denton on December 5. No charge!!
Thursdays in Lmomerdo's
Live Jazz can be heard every Thursday
evening and is presented in cooperation
with the UM School of Music Jazz
Studies Program directed by Ed
Sararth. Enjoy standard, original
compositions, and contemporary
arrangements in a casual setting. All
performances run from 8-10:00pm
and are free.

Fridays wt L@e@nrd.'s
December 2
Join Dave Sayers for some Hot jazz
that will warm your Cold December
evening. Dave, a tenor saxophonist,
and his friends will appear from
8-10:00pm, free of charge.

W.eid AIUS Day
December 1
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UM Felk Dining Club
December 6 and 13
The Club will be meeting in
Leonardo's in the lower level of the
NCC on the first and second
Tuesdays of the month at 7:30pm.
There will be an emphasis on Eastern
dane ad cl dces No parter
necessary!! Beginners and on-lookers
are welcome!!

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Mon 11128 - Thurs 12/1 11am - 4:30pm
$35 per team

Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Thurs 12/1
Tournament Dates: Sat & Sun 12/3 & 12/4

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Michigan League
Hey Students...Are you looking for a place to have an informal meeting?
Look no further-The Michigan League is the place for you! Have breakfast, lunch,
or dinner at the League while you are working on class projects, going over your notes,
or gathering with your friends. Try out the Michigan League Buffet or the League Underground!!

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ICE HOCKEY Due to renovations at Yost Ice Arena taking place in
March and April, 1995 and due to Ice Hockey being
offered during the Fall Term, a Winter Term Ice
Hockey program will not be offered.
WINTER TERM ACTIVITIES
Basketball, Racquetball - Team, Racquetball - Singles & Doubles,
Paddleball - Singles & Doubles, 3-Point Shootout,
Free Throw Contest, Swimming & Diving Meet, Relays Meet,
Mini-Soccer, Pre-Season Volleyball, Volleyball,
Table Tennis, Broomball, Cross Country Run
OFFICIATING OPPORTUNITIES
PRE-SEASON BASKETBALL clinic begins 7:00pm Mon 11/28 IMSB
WTNTE1P TERM ATFTCTATNG

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