The University of Michigan Union
North Campus Commons
April 15 to April 21, 1991
On Sale NOW! Call 763-TKTS
Open every day
Tony! Toni! Tone!
Presented by the Office of Major
Events. Come hear the funk
sound that blends old-time soul
with fresh urban beats.
Thursday, April 18 at 8:00 p.m.
Butch Thompson Trio
Presented by the University
Musical Society. Saturday April
20 at 8:00 p.m.
Order tickets by PHONE ONLY.
University Musical Society Orde
tickets for all events by PHONE
TONY! TONI! TONE!
Tony! Toni! Tone! will have you
dancing fast and slow, as well as
listening and thinking during their
performance at Hill Auditorium
on Thursday, April 18 at 8:00
p.m. This concert, which features
a funk sound that blends old-
time soul with fresh urban beats,
is sponsored by the Office of
Growing up in Oakland, Califor-
nia, these guys payed all kinds
of gigs from Saturday night
blowouts to Sunday morning
services. By the time they
graduated from high school,
Tony! Tonil Tone! were accom-
Their first big break was in the
summer of 1985 when the group
became the backup band for
fellow Oakland native Shelia E.
The group ended touring with
Shelia when she opened for
Lionel Richie in America and
Prince in Japan.
Tonyl Tonil Tonel toured arenas
and stadiums throughout the
summer of 1988 and into 1989
as part of the Bud Superfest. As
the months went by, they
performed with nearly every big
name in contemporary R&B:
Bobby Brown, New Edition, Kid
'n' Play, Salt 'n' Pepa, Heavy D,
Levert, Stephanie Mills, Peabo
Bryson,The Whispers, Karyn .H
White, and Patti LaBelle. By the
summer of 1989, Tony! Toni!
Tonel were cutting virtually
everybody else on the bill.
."Bands like New Edition and Guy
are better known, but Tony!
Toni! Tonel are better at the
danceable high-tech funk that is
in vogue now," wrote Dennis
Hunt .in the "Los Angeles Times".
Concert tickets are available at
the Michigan Union Ticket Office.
To obtain ticket information, or to
charge by phone, call 763-
REGISTER FOR FESTIFALI '91 \
Get your orgenization o'1%4niversi Deprtment n ticed\Take part in
Festifar91, to be held on the ag }n iday, Setember 13. Last year more
than 190 grouroo partw this eent to acqint new a current students
with their organizatio '% /
Applications h beennaileto all stun norganizations that registered
with the Mic igan Stfdent A sem y (MSA) ring the 199-91 school year,
as well as tlthe University epartments that took pw4-diing Festifall '90.
You may a o obtain an applidktion km the Student Organization Develop-
ment Cente (SODC),\Room 22(2 Michi an Union, If you have any questions
about Festif'l(, please call 763-5900.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO DISCUSS
YOUR LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES?
If you are iretd deovtersigsmore adgetyoureedhp tylnin
i mr y Fthical code for students eadrso re discussingteh c bdeg nng
differencesin leadership styles, thn the Adn ed Seitnr hLeadership is
fo you. The cass,. offere fr three academic durs through the Sociology
Department, enables juniors and seniors with leadership expranztiona ga 4is
ans debate issues which havean impacto ntsiftueSop by the Student
:Oganization Development Center (SODC), Room 2202 Michigan Union, or
Gil 763-5900 to obtain more information. TheTlss size is limitdto
stusdents, so come early,
WOULD YOU LIKE TO IMPROVE
YOUR LEADERSHIP SKILLS?
If you are ready to develop the skills owledge you need to function
effectively as a leader, th on ca s and throughout your career, this class
is for you. First and ye udents who are interested in beginning or
continuing their 1 ership ing are invited to register for the Leadership
Develop nt ss. Earn three academic credits through the Sociology De-
partmn learning personal management skills, like organizational goal-
set~ ' The class size is limited to 25 students, so come by the Student
ization Development Center (SODC), Room 2202 Michigan Union, or
1 763-5900 to obtain more information.
The twelfth annual Student
Recognition Awards Ceremony,
held on Thursday, April 11, recog-
nized individuals and student or-
ganizations that made significant
contributions beyond the classroom
to the University and the commu-
Congratulations to all award
1991 Student Achievement A ward
Alpha Phi Omega
American Medical Student
Arnold Air Society, James Van
Society of Women Engineers
University of Michigan
1991 Student Recognition Award
Thomas Van't Hof
American Medical Association
Medical Student Section
Black Medical Association
Greek Week 1991
Hispanic Law Student Associa-
can Medical Association
Puerto Rican Association
Safer Sex Peer Education
Program, University Health
Society of Minority Engineering
The Display Advertising
Managers at the "Michigan
Daily" (Lisa Greenberg, Cyndi
Peters, and Nancy Sagar)
The Student Alumni Council
The Viewpoint Lectures
Committee of the University Ac-
Undergraduate Political Science
University of Michigan Asian
American Student Coalition
WORKING WITH THE TRAINED VOLUNTEER CORPS
"The days of our youth are the days of our glory" - Lord Byron
Not everyone agrees with Lord Byron. Have you ever looked into the
eyes of a child who is lonely and afraid? Or wondered if a child you
see is the victim of abuse or neglect? Some youngsters have a hard
time just making it in the classroom. We have lots of children right
here in our community who need a helping hand.
You can offer that helping hand. The Trained Volunteer Corps (TVC)
students are working to make a change in the lives of children at risk.
They are helping kids after school with their homework or leading
games and art activities at the Boys and Girls Club. They are spending
time, one to one, with youths who don't get much quality attention
elsewhere in their lives. They are simply providing kids in need with
some kindness and a listening ear.
Think about all that you have to offer. Stop by Room 2205 of the
Michigan Union to obtain information and an override for the Youth
at Risk section of Sociology 389, the TVC course.
You want to volunteer in a scol or ith a serv
need to get all those course creIt
How can you do both?
We've got the soluton - Proict ommi
Come to our office in the Michigan Union for information on a
most unusual course oppofrtunity
What Is Unusual?
* 50-plus Sociology or Education credit project sections
(2 to 4 credits)
* 3 to 6 hours weekly in service in the community
* Small seminars of 3 to 15 people each week
* Project facilitators/ coordinators are students, too
* Readings and paper integrated, not overwhelming
" Shared responsibility - we're doing this together
* Learning can be really ,njoyaDbi!
" Tutor kids considered "at-risk"
" Be a buddy to a developmentally disabled adult or youth
" Keep company with a teen mo
" Help make patients in a hospital more comfortable
" Assist kids and teachers in preschools and classrooms
" Get involved at the county jail or the juvenile detention center
" Find out about chemical dependency prevention and treatment
Wow! All that?
Yes, and more.
THE U CLUB CALENDAR
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.
Reggae with DJ Creole Kid.
UAC Laughtrack: Best of Laughtrack with Eric Tunney.
Kuumba: House and R&B Music with DJ Mickey B.
Jazz music from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Free pizza (regular and vegetarian) served from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. T-
shirt giveaway night.
New Music with DJ Jeffrey.
SHARE THE BOUNTY OF SPRING - VOLUNTEER!
Neighborhood Senior Services Annual Chore Day - April 20
Neighborhood Senior Services, a private non-profit agency that helps
older adults remain independent in their own homes, needs volun-
teers for their annual Chore Day to wash windows, remove storm
windows, and rake yards. If you are interested in participating,
contact Neighborhood Senior Services at 662-4862.
Teen Mothers' Program Seeks Volunteers
The Teen Mothers' Program works with young mothers through the
age of 19. The group meets twice a month (including the summer) to
participate in various leisure time activities. For more information,
please come to the Project S.E.R.V.E. office, Room 2211 Michigan
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