So, what, the guy flagellates on stage?

Arizona Repertory Theatre will present ³Lend Me A Tenor² from Sept. 6-16. The highly acclaimed farce pokes fun at the ³indispositions² of a world-famous Italian tenor before he takes the stage.

The production will show at the Laboratory Theatre in the Fine Arts Complex Sept. 6-9 and Sept.12-16 at 8 p.m. Show times for Sept. 16-17 will be at 2 p.m. Tickets prices vary from $8 to $10 for students, $10 to $12 for senior citizens and UA employees and $12 to $14 for adults.

Contact the UA Fine Arts Box Office at 621-1162 or Dillardıs Box Office.

Youngsters Helping Oldsters

Carondelet Health Careıs Healthy Seniors Program is in need of volunteers to assist with home visits, clerical support, bilingual Spanish/English blood pressure screeners, exercise assistance, transportation from medical appointments, health education classes and shopping.

Call Gayle Lipke at The Healthy Seniors office, 571-8744, extension 2280.

Coaches for Free?

The OTT YMCA is seeking individuals interested in coaching youth sports: roller hockey for grades 4-9; tee ball for ages 4-7, baseball for ages 8-10, basketball for grades 1-9 and flag football for grades 1-6.

Interested? Call the OTT Family YMCA at 885-2317.

Woo Woo, letıs hear it for the Aggies!!

The Department of Agricultural Education received the Executive Citation award by the Arizona Vocational Education Association for successfully developing resource materials which laid the foundation for admissions credit being granted for agriscience courses.

Jack Elliot, departmental assistant professor, received the Meritorious Service Award for his role in leading high school agriscience courses through the UA admissions credit process.

Heh heh Š what?

A physics colloquium will feature Dr. Steven E. Jones of the Physics and Astronomy department at BYU-Provo. Jones, along with a team from the University of Washington, will experiment with sonoluminescence, the emission of light by various liquids when traversed by high-frequency soundwaves of suitable intensity. Jones and his team hope to determine, with the use of a single deuterium bubble, whether fusion may accompany single-bubble sonoluminescence.

The colloquium will meet today in the Physics and Atmospheric Science building at 4 p.m.

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