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Kent State man
to assume new
Frank Cianciola, director of the
Student Center at Kent State Univer-
sity, has been named director of the
Michigan Union. He will take office
Cianciola's appointment is part of a
comprehensive plan to transform the
building into a true center for students.
The 76-year-old Union is currently un-
No time limit has been set for com-
pletion of the construction and planning
stages, interim Union Director Suzanne.
Young said yesterday.
A CHIEF factor in choosing- Cian-
ciola, said Young, was his experience in
working with students. At Kent State,
Cianciola directed the student center
with the help of a student board.
Young said Kent State's student cen-
ter relied heavily on students for em-
ployees and provided more than 200
jobs for students.
Like the Union, Kent State' student
center aervea liquor. Young aaid that
Cianciola's experience overseeing a
center with a liquor establishment
would be helpful in his duties as Union
THIS FALL the University Cellar will
begin plans for its move to the center of
the first floor of the Union. Plans will
also begin for a student food service.
Young said the food service will sell a
variety of items in addition to regular
grilled foods such as hamburgers and
hot dogs: She suggested the service
may sell ethnic food and "good, natural
food like you get at Edens."
"I don't see why we can't try to
provide it all," she said.
Clanciola will submit to the Regents
in September a final plan of renovations
for the Union. Young said students will
definitely be part of the governing
structure of the new Union.
itThe kind of virtuosic bril-
liance audiences lust after;
with an awesome power
most pianists can only
-Chicago Sun Times
All Chopin Program:
Nocturne in D-flat, Op. 27, No. 2
Etude in C-sharp minor, Op. 25, No. 7
Sonata in B minor, Op 58
Nocturne in C-sharp minor. Op. 27, No. 1
Impromptu in A-flat major. Op. 29
Two Etudes: F major, Op. 25, No. 3
C minor, Op.25, No.12
Two Mazurkas: D major, Op.33, No. 2
C-sharp minor, Op. 30, No. 4
Ballade in G minor, Op. 23
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