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Friday, April 21, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, April 21, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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Smash Corordeo control of State Politics!
Business and corporate interests dominate the state legislature.
What about the people's interests?
Perry Bullard is not for sale.
VOTE FOR PERRY BULLARD IN THE AUGUST 8 DEMOCRATIC
PRIMARY. Fill out absentee ballot applications if you plan to
be out of town. (Available in Fishbowl or at 210 Nickels Arcade.)
Help with the campaign-Call 769-2406 or 764-4742.
PERRY BULLARD FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
"NO STRINGS ATTACHED"

TAPE SALE!w
SCOTCH 207-R90 . . . $3.84
SCOTCH 206--R60 . . . $3.12
SCOTCH 203-1800 . . ._ $3.36
SCOTCH 150--1800. . . $2.88
(limit of 6 per purchase)
I-FlBUYS4
HILL ST. at MAIN
s .Man-769-4700
Service A, a" -~~ Rp

DeLong's Pit Barbecue
FEATURES THESE DINNERS:.
Bar-B-Q Ribs Shrimp
Bar-B-Q Chicken Scallops
Bar-B-Q Beef Fried Chicken
Bar-B-Q Pork Fried Fish
Fried Oysters
All Dinners Include Fries, Slow, and Bread
CARRY OUT FREE DELIVERY
OPEN: Mon., Wed., Thurs., Sun.-]11 a. m. to 2 a.m.
Fri., Sat.-l-1I a.,m. to 3 a.m.
314 Detroit St. 665-2266 j
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I The Air Force is f or Nurses!
who want to go places.;
'Hawaii, Japan, Europe and the U.S. Going places doesn't;
*only mean travel. It also means professional advance-'
*ment, with such benefits as:.
* 0 great working conditions and challenging work
" *good pay with frequent increases
0 recognition and the chance for promotion;
* advanced training with wonderful people;
*Join the Air Force Nurse Corps and help care for your ;
*country while you go places. Contact your Air Forceu
*Recruiter. Call 662-1463. ;
Recruiter. at:;
110 E. Washington 662-1463 ;
Ann ArborI
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Last

This

Week's Name, Location Week's

Rank of Store '
2 A&P, Maple Village
1 Meijers, Carp. & Pac'
6 A&P, Plymouth Rd.
7 A&P, E. Huron

Rank
1
:k. 2
3
4
t'

5 Great Scott, Carp. & Pkd. 5
8 A&P, Stad. & State 6
11 Vescio, W. Stad. & Lib. 7
12 Kroger, Packard 8
3 Wrigley, Maple Vill. 9
4 Wrigley, Wash. & Stod. 10
9 Wrigley, W. Stadium 11
1:3 Kroger, Arborland 12
10 Kroger, Westgate 13
Kroger, Broadway 14

All Prod.
45.05
45.63
45.88
45.98
46.10
46.13
46.22
I46.35
46.41
I46.43
46.78
46.99
47.46

9.93
10.501
.9.84
10.05
10.36
10.02
10.06
10.91
.10.37
10.88
11.21
10.65
11.53

6.44
6.58
6.44
6.53
6.34
6.51
6.47
6.32
6.37
6.37
6.35
6.38
6.32

3.57
3.70
3.67
3.65
3.74
3.63
3.72
3.57
3.79
3.73
3.73
3.60
3.44

3.32
3.59
4.11
3.94
3.76
3.76
3.91
3.68
3.83
3.54.
3.96
4.24
4.16

13.93
13.66
13.88
13.83
14.12
13.84
14.97
14.11
13.89
13.83
13.82
14.01
14.09

PRICE COMPARISON WEEK OF APRIL 10, 1972
Meats Staples Dairy Produce Other

This is the latest in a series of surveys of prices at local supermarkets.t

U.S. Ju dg-e
dismisses
TU suit
xA lawsuit charging that the
University violated the federal
wage-price freeze in increasing
dorm rates last fall has been dis-
missed by U.S. District Court
Judge John Felkens.
The suit was the latest in a
series of legal moves tried by the
Ann Arbor Tenants' Union to
counter the rate hikes.
The University maintained that
it.did not violate the federal regu-'
lations because the increases had
been announced March 19, .1971-
before the wage-price-rent freeze
-mef ore the wage - price - rent
freez began in August.
Th University said a substan-.
tial number of students had al-
ready accepted the new rates by
making deposits before the, guide-
lines were announced.
2 Fires

1

Here is the fourth in a series of cci
er surveys listing grocery pricesa
town. This survey indicates prices

Broadway prices not available for this week's survey.
nsum- Therefore, shopping at the "winning store"
around does not guarantee a certain food quality
sonly. or that you will find the food you want.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 21
EDay Calendar

Two fires were set yesterday in
the Undergraduate Library, cap1s-71igmnrdmgct iee
inenordamgct iee

r1flAVtl.U
Regents' Meeting: Regents' Rm., 1st Both blazes were set on the
floor, Admin. Bldg., 11 a.m. ! fourth floor in pamphlets on
Physics Seminar: P. Yock, Ulniv. ofshleacrigtFreC ef
Aukland, N. Zealand, "Dyons,' Subnu- sevs codn oFr he
cleons. and the. Torino Quark, Experi- Arthur L. Stauch. Both fires, said
jment," PA& Colioq. Rm., 2:30 p.m. to be the work of an, arsorNlt,
Astronomy Colloquium: D. Gray, were out when firemen arrived on
Univ. of W. Ontario, "'The Spectra-
scopic Determination of Stellar Surface tesee
Gravities," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 p.m. Stauch said Fire Department
Physics Seminar: C. Varma, Univ. of ivsiaosaewrigwt
Chicago. 1041 Randall Lab. 4 p.m. ct oiei nivsiainof
Mathematics Lectire: M. Ross, *Ecl-. iyplc na netgto
ogy," 3209 Angell Hall, 4 p.m.; the incidents.
Classical Studies Dept.: Plautus's. . . ._______
"The Rope" in Latin and English,!
Schiorling Aud.,' SEB, 8 p.m.
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 8 p.m. 1 ibereS
Music School: W. David, piano doe- LVr
toral, Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 8 ,p.m. 1i

'rs ta rted
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN I T T!1

when you STORE/
WINTER WOOLEN4S
THIS VWAY...
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the finest professional storage
with our modern hamper
BOX STORAGE service. o i
Summer things have the roo
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get the protection and care thai
only our hamper BOX STORAG8 I
can guarantee.
Everything that you can cram
into our giant hamper is put on
hangers and stored safe from
moths' or any summer danger
Beautifully cleaned garments are
ret urned to you in the Fall. -M

907 N. Main

663-8567

Open Man. and Thurs.
till 9 P.M.

BOX
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Top Cash- Prices Paid
to You for Text Books
that have a
Market Value.
Sell them at
F OLLETTJ'S
State St. at North U.
ON THE CAMPUS

$4 5 PR SND EVERYTHING:
5OYIUL Suits, Coats, Drosses,
Plus regular cleaning charges. Jackets and
This includes insuranceprtc
tion up to $250.00.

20% Mt nal
RA
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rI y
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Phone 668-6335 or 668-7017
gold bond cleaners
332 MAYNARD ST.
at the Tower Plaza

SUIMMER PLACEMENT
212 S.A.B.
Hanneforr Circus. Your childhood
dream to be fulfilled. Spend the sum-
mer traveling -with the circus; be a
roustabout; further details available.
Call 763-4117,
Camp Walden, Mich. Coed; opening
for gymnastic instructor; phone 763-
4117 or stop in BPS.
State of Michigan, opening for Fish-
eries Aides 05; deadline May 5, call
763-4117.

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