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w. Wednesday, February 14, 1 973,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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lOP VAWE STAMPS!1
We reserve the right to limit quanities. Prices and items effective at Kroger
in Wayne, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenow, Livingston, & St. Clair Counties
Mon., Feb. 12 thru Sun., Feb. 18, 1973. None sold to dealers. Copyright 1973.
The Kroger Co.
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34 LOIN SLICED INTO U.S. GOV'TGRADED CHOICE BONELESS Sliced Bacon...........2 PKG $.8 Cornish Hens......... .2 FOR $1.77
Pork Top Sirloin Steak..... ..... $1.99 ALL BEEF L LEAN L
Chp ........U.S. GOV'T GRADED CHOICE BONELESSBrafs Sausage .... PKG 98to rk Steak *.........".... 9U~

BOSTON BUTT
Pork Ros, .......:.9
U.S. GOVWT GRADED CHOICE BONELESS
Boston 2
Roll Roast.........LB.

New York Strip Steak ...: $2.79
U.S. GOVWT GRADED CHOICE
Round Steak .............. L: $1.49
COUNTRY CLUB POINT CUT
Corned Beef.........e$1.08

BOB EVANS REGULAR OR HOT

COUNTRY STYLE OR SERVE'N SAVE

Bob Evans Sausage..... $1.15 Sliced Bacon .:.......e9

Nlixon hints
new tariffs
(Continued from Page 1)
businesses out of existence .
and lose Americans their jobs."
The President gave no further
specifics on the legislation and -is'
aides said they did not know When
it would be sent to Congress.
But Congress appeared ready
yesterday to move almost -imme-
diately on legislation to "back up
Nixon's devaluation of the dollar,
and to consider his trade proposals
promptly when he submits them.,
Chairman Wright Patman (-
Tex.) of the House Banking Com-
mittee, while criticizing, what he
called lack of frankness by the
administration, said he is prepared
to begin hearings next week if the
Nixon officials are ready.
A spokesperson for the. Senate
Banking Committee said that com-
mittee would probably not await for
a bill to come over from the House,
but would start its own hearings,
perhaps as early as the week of
Feb. 26.
While the dollar is already de-
valued in effect by Nixon's action
Mon day night, establishment of a
permanent new value in terms of
gold requires legislation. This is in
the jurisdiction of the banking
committees.
Meanwhile, the state department
said the other major trading na-
tions of the world have been too
slow in eliminating the trading and
monetary surpluses that have
thrown the American international
economic position out of equilib-
rium.
Department spokesman Charles
Bray said, "the time has come for
action across wide and comple-
mentary fronts" to solve the inter-
national economic problems.
Bray's statement came as state
department officials warned these
trading powers, particularly Japan,
and the.European Common Market,
that they must work quickly to
restore balances or face severe
reaction by the United States in
the form of U.S. restrictions.
DAILY OFFICIAL
f BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14,
DAY CALENDAR
Social Work Lecture: R. Guzman, U
of Cal-Santa Cruz, "Social Services in
the Chicano Community," Rackhamn
Amph., 2 pm.
Office of Religious Affairs Lecture:
R. Merriman, , astrologer, "Planetary
Cycles (of Uranus and beyond) and
Their Relationship to the Dawning of
the Age of Aquarius," Ad. 3, MLB, 3
pm.
Army Officer Education. Lecture A.
STriktt U of Nebraska, "The Mid-
die East in the 1970s," Lect. BRm. 2,
MLB, 4 pm.
Statistics Lecture: M. Woodroofe,
"The One Arm Bandit Problem," 229
Angell Hall, 4 pm.
.Industrial & Oper Engineering Lec-
ture: G. Tintner, USC, "Stochastic
Progranmming," 229 W. Engin. Bdg., 4
pm.
Botany seminar: W. Cohen, Hunter
College, "Studies on' the Inactivation
of the Oxygen-Evolving System of
Chloroplasts," 1139 Nat. St., 4 pm.
Physics Colloquium: Chia-Shun Yi,
"Stratified Flows," P&A Colloq. Rm.-4
Ipm.
Psych. 171 Film Series: "To Die To-
day," UGLI Multipurpose BRm., 4 pm.
Women's Studies Film Series: "Py-
chological Differences;" "Take A Let-
ter from A to 2;" "Anything You Want
to Be.,,
Computing Center: E. Fronzak, "The
IFORTRAN IV Programming Language,
Part 3," Nat. Si, Aud,, 7:30 pmn.
LSA Graduation Requirements Com-
mission: discussion on distribution
reqs.. Let.Bi. 1, MLB, 8 pmn.
FGrad Coffee Hour: E. Conference
Rm., Rackham, 8 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Attention Students: Feb. 20, 1973 (5
p m.) is last date for the Winter Term
when Registrar's Office will allow re-
fund for a 50 per cent withdrawal.
LSA Scholarship Applications for
Spring. Summer. Spring-Summer. 1973.
and Fall and Winter, 1973-74 nw
available in 1220 Angell Hall. Students
must have a 3.0 CPA in LSA to qualify

then awards are based on need; appli-
cations due Mar. 5, 1973.
LSA Second Semester Sophomore
Concentration Meetings: held today for
the following areas of. concentration.
GERMAN - Room 101, Mod. Lang.
Bldg., 4:10 p.m. HISTORY - 429 Mason
Hall, 4 p.m.; HUMAN NUTRITION-
ERm. 2 Mod. Lang. Bldg.. 7:30 p.m.;
LINGUISTUISTICS - 202 S. Thayer,
aPsycho-Linguistics Conf. Rnm., 2 p.m.;,
ROMANCE LINGUISTICS - 4117 Mod.
Lang. Bldg., 2:00 p.m.
LSA Seniors: If you wish to make
pre-classification appt. for Spring-Half,
Spring-Summer, or Fall 1973 Terms,
.come in This Week to 1223 Angell Hall.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT'
3200 SAB
FELLOWSHIPS: Majors in Physics,
Chem, may apply for $5,800 fellowships
at Stanford Univ. Dept. of Materials
Science & Engrg. Projected career op-
portunities are good.
JOBS EUROPE (a Princeton research'
program) : jobs in Switzerland, Eng-
land, & Belgium for summer, fall, win-
ter & spring as trainees in hotels, rest-
aurants, supermarkets, dept. stores,
steward & stewardess on trains, etc.
!Check this office for details.
COLUMBIA UNIV. TEACHERS COL-
LEGE: 3 yr. program for Doctor of
Educ., $5000 stipend plus tuition; train-
ing for educ. admin.
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