Wednesday, July 15, 1992 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly-7
THIS WEEK IN ARTS
Dave Mosher and Bill O'Connor, perform at the Liberty Park
Plaza's free lunch time concert. Tuesday, noon to 1 p.m.,
corner of Liberty and Division, Free.
Marcia Ball, Austin's queen of keyboards tickles the fancy of
the Ark. Saturday, 7:30 and 10 p.m., Ark, $11.75 at the
Uncle Chunk, Dave Gould and company (this time includ-
ing former members of Captain Dave and the Psychedelic
Loungecats, ibid and the Footnotes, and Flashback) have a new
band. Gould swears, "This time it's for real!" As in groovy, we
assume. Saturday at WCBN's Benefit in West Park; Tues-
day night at the Blind Pig.
Dodes' Ka-Den (dir. Akira Kurosawa, 1970), is the fourth
film in the Center for Japanese Studies "Ghost Story" series. In
this film, colorful fantasy and bleak reality confront an unfortu-
nate band of shantytown dwellers. The film drove its director to
attempt suicide! A must-see. Friday, 7 p.m., Lorch Hall, Free.
Matisse, a film portrait of the artist. Today, noon, Museum
of Art Audio Video Room, Free.
Realist Prints: Then and Now (1970), the nature of illusion
and abstraction. Through July 26, Museum of Art, Free.
Hanging scrolls by Josef Hampl, a blend of Western sewing
with Asian forms. Through August 16, Museum of Art, Free.
Summer Invitational Exhibition, presents work by recent
alumni of the School of Art's MFA Program. Through July 31,
Monday through Friday noon to 4 p.m, Art and Architecture
Miss Firecracker Contest presented by the Ann Arbor Civic
Theater. Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sun-
days at 2 p.m. until July 19. Tickets are $7.
The Tropical Pickle, Written by the local boy Jeff Daniels.
For showtimes and ticket information call 475-7902.
Let "Ole Talk" tell you some warm and witty stories in Once
Upon an Island. Tomorrow through Saturday 8:00 p.m. and
Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the Performance Network, $10
general admission, $8 students and seniors.
LaRon Williams' creative, uplifting versions of African-
American folk tales. Saturday noon and 2 p.m., Sunday 2
p.m., Performance Network, $5 adults and $3 for children.
THE OFFICE OF MINORITY AFFAIRS
Part Time: 15-20 hours per week $ 6.65-$ 7.40 v
Assist with reconciling statement of accounts. Assist with the preparation of
monthly financial reports. Review and report on transactions for correct classifi-
cation and appropriateness of expenditures, oversee and manage database for funded
outside programs and events. Assist the Budget Analyst with special projects.
Enforce budgeting policies and procedures.
Business School student with one to two years business, accounting or budgeting
background. Good interpersonal skills. Attentive to details. Oral and written
communication skills a plus. Some experience with the use of Macintosh computer,
preferably with Excel, Filemaker Pro and Graphs.
The application may be picked up at the Office of Minority Affairs front desk be-
tween the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm. If you have any specific questions please
refer them to Mrs. Alida Walker, Budget Analyst, at 936-1055.
July 1992 through August 1993
Equal Opportunity Employer
DEADLINE TO APPLY IS FRIDAY, JULY 24,1992
Continued from page 6
as a man with such self-assured drive
The cast more than lives up to the
characters they play. Watrin as played
by Noiret (the projectionist in Cinema
Paradiso) bumbles, yet has all the an-
swers. His puckish facial expressions
and carefully raised voice, especially in
the scene where he and Archambaud
discuss Watrin's loss of his wife during
the bombing, add depth to the reformed
cynic's character. And though
Depardieu's performance as Leopold
is somewhat affected, the force of his
personality's character alone makes
Uranus well worth the time.
Uranus opens Friday at the Michi-
Gerard Depardieu, costumed as Leopold, consults with director Claude Berri on the set of Uranus.
Make A Difference In A New Student's Life
Z X'1Y Op4'
The University Mentorship Program
needs students who are juniors and
seniors during the 1992-1993
We need students who are knowl-
edgeable and caring. We need
mentors who are commited to
enriching the First Year Michigan
Experience for new students who
begin in the fall.
The process is a small group
mentoring. The junior or senior will
mentor 3 - 6 first year students,
alongside a co-mentor who will be a
faculty or a staff member. This
University Mentorship Program, out of
the Office of Academic Affairs, asks
for your participation for the academic
year 1992-93, but we need your
enthusiasm and commitment NOW!
Please complete this ad by July 17
and send it to Pat Soellner Younce
3000 Michigan Union, Ann Arbor, MI
48109-1349, or call 764-6413 or MTS
Pat with this information.
YES!! I want to be a mentor!
Please enroll me in the University Mentorship Program!
_____________________ LQIMale  Female
School or College
Department or Concentration
University Affiliation: [ Faculty L staff Q student
optional: L African American ] Asian Q Caucasian Hispanic Native American O ther
While we can't guarantee spefic group preferences, we will do our bestt accommodate your request If you are interested in amentoring group with
any particular academic, extraaurricular, ethnic or social characteristics, please let us know below: