Alcalá View 1991 8.4
November 4-17 SDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
New Titles at the Bookstore Circle ofLife, David Cohen Rituals of life from around the world by the producers of Day in the Life series. Forward by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Mamista, Len Deighton A fictional Central American struggle over oil, power and money. Hillerman County, Tony Hil- lerman. A pictorial journey through America's Southwest with one of its best-known writers. A Wish for Wings that Work, Berkeley Breathed. The Pulit- zer Prize winning illustrator brings us this delightful Christmas story. Black Hills White Justice, Ed- ward Lazarus. Chronicles of the struggle between the Sioux nation and the U.S., from 1775 (All lunches are served with a soup of the day, a vegetable, and assorted desserts. Menu subject to change.) Monday, Nov. 4 Beef Machaca, Chicken Burritos Tuesday, Nov. 5 Roast Beef, Chicken Pot Pie Wednesday,Nov.6 Meat Loaf, Comish Game Hen Thursday, Nov. 7 Italian Beef, Baked Cod Friday, Nov. 8 Baked Chicken, Shepards Pie Monday, Nov.11 Roast Beef, Baked Cod Tuesday, Nov. 12 Pasta Bar, Stuffed Shells Wednesday, Nov.13 Fried Perch, Swiss Steak Thursday, Nov.14 Sweet/Sour Pork, Broccoli Beef Friday, Nov.15 Ham Noodle Bake, BBQ Chicken Classifieds Wanted. Vons receipts. Please send your Vons receipts to Jackie Genovese, Maher Hall, Room 274. Faculty/Staff Dining Room Menu
7 Workshop. Institute for Christian Min- istries, "Unlocking Our Dreams." Julianne Graf. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Hahn University Center 107. Continues Nov. 14, 21. Fee. 260-4874. Basketball. Men's team vs. Marathon Oil. 7:30 p.m., Sports Cen- ter. Fee. 260-4803. Concert. Music of Copeland, Bernstein, Foss and Ward- Steinman. 8 p.m. Shiley Theatre. Fee. 260-4600, ext. 4486.
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Men's team vs. California State University, Los An- geles. 7:30 p.m., Torero Stadium . Fee. 260-4803. Concert. Jazz, featuring Jack Wheaton and Ellen Johnson. 8 p.m., Shiley Theatre. Fee. 260-4600, ext. 4486.
Institute for Christian Mini- stries. "Bereavement Min- istry." Jude Ramirez. 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Salomon Lecture Hall, Maher Hall. Continues Nov. 23, Feb. 1. Fee. 260-4784. Volleyball. Women's team vs. Santa Clara University. 5 p.m., Sports Center. Free.
USD vs. Azusa Pacific University. 7:30 p.m., Torero Stadium . Fee. 260-4803.
15 Business Update Series. "In Search of International Business Excellence." Dr. Dennis Briscoe, professor of management. 7:30 a.m., Manchester Executive Conference Center. $15. 260-4644. Benefits Fair. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. , Hahn University Center Forum AB. Ext. 8764. Volleyball. Women's team vs. Loyola Marymount University. 7 p.m., Sports Center. Free. 260-4803. Holiday Boutique. "Christmas de Alcala" sponsored by USD Auxiliary. Continues Satur- day , Nov.16. Times vary. Fee. 260-4629.
14 Art exhibit.
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16 Women's swimming. USD vs. University of Nevada, Reno and U.C. Ir- vine. 3 p.m., Sports Cen- ter. Free. 260-4803. Women's volleyball. USD vs. Pepperdine University. 7 p.m. , Sports Center. Free. 260-4803.
"Second Spring." Paint- ings and sculptures by 10 contemporary Chinese artists. Reception for the artists 5-7 p.m., Founders Gallery. Exhibit continues through Dec. 20. Open weekdays 12:30- 5:30 p.m., Founders Gal- lery. Free. 260-4600.
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