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Summer is just around the corner! Par-        &$03 8 &/8%—Meet our summer                     ,16,'( 7+,6 ,668(
ents and kids—mark your calendars for         coaching staff, who’ll be on hand to           John Adams Society               9
Saturday, May 1st at 10 am, at the U          outline this year’s Camp U Club pro-           Backgammon                      13
Club.                                         grams and activities and will answer all       Calendar                        15
                                              of your questions.                             Call for U Club Pics             3
6:,0 7($0—We’re looking for-                                                                 Carriage House for Rent          9
ward to introduce the plans for the sum-      &DPS 8 &OXE adds up to a fun-filled            Cass Gilbert Society             6
mer season, and we’ll explain the Uni-        summer. This includes the U Club Swim          Chess Night                     13
versity Club’s most popular program!          Team, Pre Team, Diving Team, swim-             Club Night                      10
Bring your friends and prospective Swim       ming lessons, Tennis Camp, Dive-In             Commonwealth Properties         14

Team members and invite them to join in       Movies, Children’s Summer Reading              Compleat Scholar                 4
                                              Program, relay races, chess tournaments,       Contacts                        14
the fun! We’ll talk about the plans for
                                              badminton, bocce ball, croquet, horse-         CVA/Stouts Summer Art Prgm       3
the Summer 2010 Swim Team season,                                                            Dacotah Bldg. offices            7
and we’ll answer any questions you or         shoes, foosball, ping pong, board games
                                              galore, arts and crafts, field trips, treats   Dining Hours                     3
your parents may have about the Swim                                                         1st Monday at the Commodore      8
Team.                                         at the pool shack and just plain “hangin’
                                              out.”                                          Fitness Center Hours            10
                                                                                             F.Scott Fitzgerald Society      12
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                                              booklets will also be available at the         Great Books                      8
may not be “suited up” for three weeks.                                                      Happy Hour                      10
A representative from Elsmore Aquatic         breakfast. We’re all looking forward to
                                                                                             Insurance                        9
will be present to answer questions and       another great summer in the most beauti-
                                                                                             Investment Club                  9
give sizing information.                      ful back yard in the Twin Cities. Don’t
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                                              miss out!
                                                                                             Mark Your Calendars             10
All former Swim Team families will                                                           Massage Therapy                 10
receive a letter in the mail, but if you’re   3/($6( &$//                                    Mother/Daughter Book Club        8
new to the U Club, sign up now!                                                              Mother’s Day                     2
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                                 Fruit Display with Assorted Cheeses
                      Scottish Smoked Salmon with Traditional Accompaniments
                                 Eggs Benedict with Herb Hollandaise
                                      Baked Walleye Gremolata
                                     Scrambled Eggs with Chive
                                      Spring Herb-Potato Frittata
                                  Chicken, Grape and Almond Salad
                                  Roasted Spring Vegetable Melange
                                  Thick Cut Bacon & Link Sausage
                      Spring Greens with Apple, Fennel and Balsamic Vinaigrette
                                     Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes
                      Blueberry Pancakes with Strawberries and Whipped Cream
                         Petit Fours Assorted Pastries Butter & Preserves

      $27.50 Adults      Children 12 & under eat for FREE        Tax & Gratuity not included

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                                                            Green and White Asparagus Salad
                                                             Crispy Prosciutto, Goat Cheese,
                                                               Lemon-Parsley Vinaigrette
                                                       Grilled Norwegian Salmon with Baby Greens,
                                                          Lobster Risotto, Tarragon Cream Sauce
                                                                     Petit Filet Mignon
                                                 Potato Pave, Spring Vegetable Ragout, Smoked Tomato Jus
                                                  Belgian Chocolate Torte   Berries with Whipped Cream
                                                                    $22.50 Adults
                                                           Children 12 & under eat for FREE
                                                               Tax & Gratuity not included
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                         Founded in 1924, The College of         Registration open to adults only
                         Visual Arts is a private, accredited,   -XQH  &RXUVH IHH 
                         four-year college of art and design.    How can we see and understand our connection to na-
                         Join CVA faculty for a summer res-      ture? By slowing down, observing, writing, and reflect-
pite at historic Stout’s Island Lodge. The island provides a     ing on nature, we come closer to seeing our interdepend-
                                                                 ence to the natural world and how strong, yet fragile,
wonderful backdrop for studies in painting, journaling, pho-     these connections are to us. Using the historic art form of
tography, and illustration. Courses will run Sunday through      the nature journal, field notes, and writing, you’ll recon-
Thursday, with a balance of instructional and relaxation         nect with nature in the remote wooded setting of Stout’s
time. CEUs are available for art educators.                      Island. You’ll be guided in your scientific and drawing
                                                                 journaling strategies by educator and scientist Char El-
        &2856( )(( /2'*,1* DQG 0($/6                            lingston and artist and CVA faculty member Lynda-
                                                                 Monick-Isenberg.
Course fees are paid directly to the College of Visual Arts
online at cva.edu/community/. CVA has partnered with             &DSWXUH 6WRXW·V ,VODQG
Stout’s Island Lodge to offer you an affordable lodging and      WKURXJK WKH /HQV RI D 'LJLWDO &DPHUD
meal package. Prices below are for CVA course fees only.         Registration open to adults and accompanying teens
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newsletter, and by calling the Front Desk at 651-222-1751.       This is your chance to learn about digital imaging while
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                                                                 options and ideas to make your photos stronger and more
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                                                                 readings, lectures, discussions, and critiques.
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painting on location. You’ll learn how to capture your ob-       +DQGPDGH &KLOGUHQ·V 6WRU\ RI 6WRXW·V ,VODQG
servations as we study color, light and atmosphere. Basic        Registration open to adults and accompanying teens
elements of painting, including color mixing, composition        -XQH -XO\               &RXUVH )HH 
and technique, will be covered as you translate what you         Make your own accordion-fold storybook. Your book
see to the canvas. Creating dynamic compositions through         will be a picture story, a narrative visual journal or story
quick studies and a sustained painting will capture the land-    inspired by your visit to Stout’s Island. You’ll learn the
scape, whether your view is panoramic, close-up, or in-          history of the island and the lodge, investigate and collect
between. A supply list will be provided. You may work in         materials to reference and use in your book, and spend
                                                                 preparatory time planning out a narrative sequence that
either oil or acrylic. Beginning or advanced levels are wel-     will then be used to create your storybook.
come. Your instructor for this course will be Val Jenkins,
CVA’s Chair of Fine Arts.                                                      Visit www.cva.edu/community/
                                                                        for more details and registration information
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                            For those of you who are new to the U Club, Stout’s Island Lodge is a “sister” property to the U Club. It’s
                            the perfect spot for a romantic getaway, family vacation, anniversary, or special celebration. On the National
                            Register of Historic Places, Stout’s Island Lodge is accessible only by ferry, and features 43 guest rooms in
                            the Main Lodge, Shore Lodge and surrounding rustic cabins, many furnished with period antiques and most
                            with a wood-burning fireplaces. Stout’s was chosen “one of eight best summer escapes in the U.S.” by Na-
                            tional Geographic Adventure magazine.

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The Osher Foundation supports 120 lifelong learning programs on university and college campuses across the
country for the mature student. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), an affiliated program of the
University of Minnesota College of Continuing Education, is run entirely by volunteers. OLLI programs focus
on active learning in dynamic environments. No tests, no prerequisites—this is learning just for the joy of it!
                         U Club members are invited to sign up for classes for FREE,
   except in the case of Brazil:A Culinary Journey, for which there is minimal materials/food fee of $20.

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The course will begin with a brief history of the cuisine of    In the twentieth century, concert music in the Western tradi-
Brazil. Each class will focus on one of the five regions of     tion changed radically in multiple directions. Today’s com-
this vast country. Participants will learn about the internal   posers have the freedom to try almost anything—a difficult
and external influence on today’s Brazilian food and will       choice. We will explore different facets of the co mplex
sample a regional dish at the end of each class. This course    post-classical world each week with a brief lecture provid-
is a precursor to a planned trip to Brazil. Participants will   ing historical and contemporary context, followed by listen-
visit several cities and towns, meet with locals to learn       ing and discussion. Near the end of the term, the class will
about their society and culture, as well as their traditional   attend an evening performance of new music.
cuisine. We will attend festivals and musical performances.                     &$52/<1 $ (/(5',1*
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This course has never been offered in OLLI before. We will      course will be devoted to Kant’s critical philosophy and
be covering Grover Cleveland and Benjamin Harrison. Op-         Hegel’s phenomenology and political theory. We will then
tional lunch will follow class at local restaurant at mem-      study the 19th-century reaction to the German enlighten-
ber’s expense.                                                  ment legacy in the works of Marx and Nietzsche, and the
       - % $1'(5621, educator, curator, writer                  influence these thinkers had in the political theories and
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     If you register by Email please include        A limited number of spaces have been reserved for U Club members.
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          and course name and number.
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                       Saint Paul/Everyday Poems for City Side-
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1929, it takes up to two city blocks. The   Blanck and Carol Highsmith. You’ll hear about this amazing journey of discovery to
cost including the furniture was $16        Havana, Cuba, which has resulted in a working relationship with new Havana friends
million.                                    to study the intersection of U.S. and Cuban architecture 1900-1930. Don’t miss this
- Photo by Carol Highsmith                  this special presentation! Free to Cass Gilbert Society Members, $5/per person for non-
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Our selection for April is Meditations One and Two, by      Set in the breathtaking landscape of Lugano, Swit-
René Descartes (1596-1650). Descartes was a French          zerland, Bloomability is Sharon Creech at her best.
philosopher, mathematician, physicist, and writer who       When 13-year-old Dinnie Doone is plucked out of
spent most of his adult life in the Dutch Republic. He      her troubled life by her aunt and uncle and
has been dubbed the “Father of Modern Philosophy”,          whisked away to an international school in Swit-
and much of subsequent Western philosophy is a re-          zerland, her world is turned upside down. Sud-
sponse to his writings, which continue to be studied        denly surrounded by different cultures, languages
closely to this day.                                        and beliefs, she struggles to hold on to her past
                                                            life. Gradually, through friendships and experiences she could
Descartes is often regarded as the first thinker to pro-    have nowhere else, she learns to trust herself and discovers the
vide a philosophical framework for the natural sciences     beautiful “bloomabilities” her new life has to offer.
as they began to develop. Initially, he arrives at only a
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Meditations on First Philosophy, is a philosophical
                                                            dren’s Literature, The Birchbark House by Louise
treatise written first published in Latin in 1641. The      Erdrich, is a wonderful story through which the
book is made up of six meditations, in which Descartes      Native American culture during the Westward Ex-
first discards all belief in things which are not abso-     pansion of America is realistically and sympatheti-
lutely certain, and then tries to establish what can be     cally portrayed. Through the eyes of the Omaka-
known for sure. The first meditation concerns those         yas, (part of the Ojibwa tribe living on an island in
things that can be called into doubt; the second medita-    Lake Superior), a young Native American girl tells
tion concerns the nature of the human mind: that it is      her dramatic, funny and sometimes heartbreaking story. The
better known than the body.                                 author is a member of the Turtle Band of Ojibwa.
                                                            Please join us! For more information Email Michele at:
Descartes was a major figure in 17-century continental      mcromerpoire@aol.com
rationalism, later advocated by Baruch Spinoza and
Gottfried Leibniz, and opposed by the empiricist school
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                     lege Royal Henry-Le-Grand. He                           79 Western Avenue N.         St. Paul
                     studied at the University of Poit-                          Cash bar and conversation
                     iers and earned a degree to be-                             in the historic Art Deco Bar
                     come a lawyer.
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          MARK YOUR CALENDARS for
           Wednesday, May 19th , 2010                         Each month 1st MONDAY will find a new and expanded
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To participate in this program, members must fill out an         TIMING is very important. Members will not receive their
enrollment form and submit it to the U Club. Each time a         insurance credit if the U Club doesn’t get every workout
member works out, they will log their time on the sign-in        they’ve logged by the 5th of every month. For example, for
sheet at the Fitness Center desk. The U Club takes care of       all the workouts in March, the member needs to be in the
the rest—we will log member’s workouts monthly and will          system by April 5th.
submit the reports to a service who sends the information
                                                                 Enrollment forms are available at the Front Desk.
to the member’s health plan, who in turn, transmits reim-
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The first quarter of 2010 is over and financial results from      Does the ICLUB subscribe to this them? Not strictly
corporations will be forthcoming. And all investors are           speaking. Annual income from dividends is equal to
awaiting the results. What to expect, flat earnings, gang-        slightly more than 2% of the total portfolio (St. Jude’s
buster earnings? Will there be many surprises on the earn-        Medical is only non-payer). That’s more incidental than
ings side of the ledger? It is almost certain if there is a       intentional because the ICLUB stock selection process
plethora of upside surprises, investors who are sitting on the    focuses primarily on growth notwithstanding the fact that
sidelines will finally put their money to work.                   dividends could be part of the equation.
If investors do choose to re-enter the market, what invest-       In the coming monthly meetings, members will review the
ment vehicles will they favor? - stocks, mutual funds, ex-        ICLUB portfolio to assure that the individual investments
change trade funds, large cap, small cap? What markets will       are moving toward the growth goals.
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dividend payers. This theme supports the thesis that the          eugene.mason@comcast.net. Guests are always welcome
market will be flat during the remainder of the year. There-      at monthly meetings. Meetings are scheduled on the sec-
fore, you get paid while you wait for events to change. Not       ond Wednesday of every month from 5:30 to 7 pm.
a bad strategy. However, there are risks that must be consid-
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“do your homework” - a mantra discussed in this column             The John Adams Society holds eight debates each year, along
last month.                                                        with other events. The Society is not a political organization, nor
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Some cautions given by Wall Street analysts: don’t chase           Adams Society invites members and non-members to participate
the high yielders, look for quality earnings growth support-       in, or merely observe, our lively debates. All details, including a
ing the dividend, look for companies which increase divi-          summary of potential arguments on the monthly topic, are avail-
dends annually. A likely secondary advantage in addition to        able at: www.johnadamssociety.org.
the dividend income received from these same dividend
                                                                   U Club members are cordially invited to attend the debates.
payers may also be they will be the first to show apprecia-
tion in your portfolio. There is nothing wrong with receiv-               Please visit our website for details
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dividend income.
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                                                                      F. Scott Fitzgerald Society
                                                                      Saturday, April 17th
                                                                      from 9:30 to 11 am
                                                                      In April we’ll discuss The Last
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you refer a wedding reception valued at $10,000, you’ll receive either a $500 credit toward your account, or the U Club
will take $500 off the event. For more information on how this works contact Julia Struve at 651-224-5845
                                   or via Email at jstruve@universityclubofstpaul.com
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                Beer and Wine!                            Grill for a wonderful evening of backgammon!

                                                          Backgammon is the oldest game in recorded his-
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                                                          ancient aristocracies of Greece, Rome, Persia and
                                                          the Far East. The Romans called the game tabula,
Looking for a challenging and fun way to spend your       in reference to the board on which is it played.
Wednesday night? Look no further than The Univer-         Tabula was taken to ancient Britain with the Ro-
sity Club. We have it all. Food and drink specials?       man conquest in the 1st century AD. Around 1645
Check. A luxurious environment? Check. Chess play-        the name backgammon was coined, and it became
ers of all skill levels? Check. Full drink service?       a popular aristocratic pastime. In 1743, Edmond
Check. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to duel some      Hoyle, the British writer on games, codified the
of the premier strategic minds in the Twin Cities.        rules of play. These rules were modified in the
                                                          U.S. in 1931, and generally govern the game to-
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                                                          day. Since the 1960s, backgammon has enjoyed
spans some 1,500 years. The earliest form of the          widespread and increasing popularity because of
game originated in India in the 6th century AD, then      its combination of strategy and chance.
spread to Persia, the Muslim world, and later reached
Southern Europe. In Europe, the game evolved into its     The Backgammon Club is open to members and
current form in the 15th century. In the second half of   their guests.
the 19th century, modern tournament play began. The
first world chess championship was held in 1886. In
the first half of the 20th century the game grew in
popularity and the World Chess Federation was estab-
lished.
                Chess pieces and boards
            will be provided by the U Club.

            The evenings of chess began
            with a group of chess enthusiasts,
including U Club members Ned Rupp and George Struve.
                                                                  For more information
         For more information                                     please call Neal Doty
        please call George Struve                                    at 651-699-2050
            at 651-428-4997                                    Or email nealdoty@yahoo.com
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                                                  PRESORTED
                                                   STANDARD
                                              U.S. POSTAGE PAID
 420 Summit Avenue                               ST. PAUL MN
Saint Paul, MN 55102                           PERMIT NO. 6090


  RETURN SERVICE
    REQUESTED




                        A residential boutique hotel, Hotel 340 features
                        suites and guest rooms for short and long term
                       stays. Located on the 10th and 11th floors of 340
                       Cedar Street, guest rooms have wonderful views
                            of the city and Mississippi River Valley.
                                   For more information
                                 and to make reservations
                                        please call
                                   651-280-4120

				
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