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The University of Michigan Union dJQ N North Campus Commons
February 11- February 17, 1991

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Michigan Union Ticket Office

On Sale NOW!

Call 763-TKTS

Jazz & Pop Arti
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Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet'
Presented by the University Musical Society.
Monday, February 11 at 8:00 p.m. Rackham Audiv
Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.

Winter Solstice Concert
The distinctive solo performances of three Windham Hill recording
artists, Nightnoise, Liz Story, and Philip Aaberg, set the stage for a
.memorable evening of entertainment as they present music of the
season.
Tuesday, February 12 at 7:30 p.m. Power Center.
New York City Opera National Company
The Marriage of Figaro
Presented by the University Musical Society.
Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, February 13, 15, & 16 at 8:00 p.m.
Power Center. Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.
Loudon Wainwright III
Presented by The Ark.
Thursday, February 14 at 7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. The Ark.
The Replacements
The most talked about live band of the decade.
Thursday, February 14 at 8:00 p.m. Hill Auditorium.
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Mummenschanz
Presented by the University Musical Society.
Wednesday and Thursday, February 20 & 21 at 8:00 p.m. Power
Center. Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.
Hilliard Ensemble
Presented by the University Musical Society.
Tuesday, March 5 at 8:00 p.m. Rackham Auditorium.
Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.
University Musical Society
Order tickets for all events by PHONE ONLY.

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THE Calendar
UNIVERSITY
CLUB
Monday to Friday
Lunch is served from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Happy Hour is held from
4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday Evening
Reggae and More with DJ
Creole Kid.
Wednesday Evening
UAC Laughtrack:
Tim Cavanaugh.
Thursday Evening
UAC Soundstage:
Trinidad Tripoli.
Jazz music from
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian) served from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
T-shirt giveaway night.
Friday Evening
New Music with DJ Jeffrey.
Saturday Evening
SODC party
4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
House & RB with Kuumba
9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.

Call for Nominations
Student Recogniton"Awards 1991
Nominations are being accepted for the 12th annual Student
Recognition Awards, These awards honor individuals and
student organizations who have demonstrated outstanding
leadership qualities, shown initiative, and made significant
contributions to the University and the community.
Nomination forms are available at the Student Organization
Development Center (SODC), Camipus InlformTation Center
(CIC), North Campus Commons (NCC), and Comprehensive
Studies Program offices. The nomination deadline is March 6.
To obtain more information, call Shay Willis at 763- 5900.
Nominate Students for the
GM Volunteer Spirit Award
The University of Michigan, in partnership with General
Motors, will recognize three full-time U-M students who have
displayed significant contributions to a student organization,
the student body, the U-M, or surrounding communities.
At a General Motors hosted ceremony, recipients will receive a
plaque signed by President Duderstadt and Chairman Robert
Stempel as well as five shares of General Motors Corporation
Common Stock.
To obtain an application to nominate a student (which may
include yourself) you feel is deserving of recognition, stop by
the Student Organization Development Center (SODC), Room
2202 Michigan Union.

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1991.

Also, in mid-February, SODC will have applications for the
Saturn Award, an award designed to encourage contributions
and recognize accomplishments of a U-M student team (three
or more students). The criteria for the Saturn Award includes
team initiative and enterprise, enhancement of the campus and
community environment, and achievement of goals through a
cooperative effort.
At a Saturn hosted ceremony, the winning team will receive
$1000. The winning team will also be eligible for the national
award of $5000.
To obtain more information about the recognition opportuni-
ties, please contact Beth Adler at 763-5900.

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Sunday Evening
Kuumba Live Jazz.

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.

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Learning About Your
Student Organization Account and Services
Last meeting for the semester!!
The Student Organization Accounts Service (SOAS) is presenting a
workshop to help officers and members of student organizations learn
more about the different services SOAS offers.
Some of the areas which will be covered are:
- learning about SOAS services, policies, & procedures
- understanding your financial statement
- balancing the dollars
The workshop will be:
Wednesday, February 13
Wolverine Room, Michigan Union
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
If you have any questions, please call the SOAS Office at 763- 5767.

"Java and Jazz" Features
Richmond-Whitaker Project
Sunday, February 17 marks this semester's final coffee house
for the Java and Jazz series. The Richmond-Whitaker Project,
an eight- piece modern jazz band, will perform and answer
audience questions from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Michigan
Union's Tap Room. Free coffee will be available during the
program.
Come join other students and listen to the wonderful perform-
ance of Cassius Richmond (reeds), Rodney Whitaker (bass),
Gerald Cleaver (drums), and U-M student Craig Taborn (piano).
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\Artwork N
/on Sale this Week

Making a Difference in the Community
Looking for a meaningful way to use your time? The Trained
Volunteer Corps (TVC) can match you with a volunteer work
experience based on your interests and time available. TVC has
four program divisions - The Homeless Project, The Youth at
Risk Project, The Elderly Project, and The Adult Literacy Project.
You can choose from a variety of agency settings and volunteer
individually or in a group with other U-M students. TVC will also
provide the option of small group seminars for people who would
like to share information and support with other volunteers. Call
763-3548 or stop by Room 2205 Michigan Union to obtain meeting
dates and times.
What Can One Person Do?
Admittedly, it can be frustrating realizing the limits of our
potential as just one of billions of human beings, as one species
of millions, on one planet of billions, with certain strengths and
weaknesses and time constraints and pressures ... what can one
person do?
Yet, it is empowering to recognize that within one short
lifetime, a person can contribute so much to the world. Histori-
cal figures come to mind (Martin Luther King, Jr., Ghandi,
Mother Theresa, ...), but in addition to these world-renowned
women and men, countless others make a difference in
people's lives through community and volunteer service every
day. What can one person do?
person can:
ome a volunteer at SAFE House and answer the crisis line,
provide crisis intervention, counseling, and referral services for
battered women,
- deliver meals-on-wheels to elderly people in their homes,
- provide personal care or companionship for terminally ill
people through the hospice program.
For more information about these and other service opportuni-
ties, come to the Project S.E.R.V.E. office, Room 2211 Michigan
Union, or call 936-2437.

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/This week you can purchase
African American artwork anc
posters to decorate your
room. And by making a
purchase, you will be contrib-
uting to a Delta Sigma Theta
sorority fundraiser. The sale,
which begins today and ends
Friday, February 15, is open
from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
on the Ground Floor of the
\ Michigan Union.

' Take a Lunch Break
/ with
SArts at Mid-Day 1
As another offering in the
"Arts at Mid-Day" series,
three time Hopwood poetry
award winner, Brenda
Flanagan, will read from her
newest book, "All Alone
Dancing". The reading will be
Thursday, February 14 at
12:15 p.m. in the Pendleton
Room. There is no admission
charge.

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