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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 14, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 14, 1972

Grass

grows

high and

ti
h.
fr
si
In
m
w
h

wild and free in Niles
NILES, Mich. (A) - It's harvest The marijuana was planted dur-
me in the Niles area, but one ing World War II by the govern-
:rop in particular is attracting ment for hemp to make rope. The
ouths, and State Police have their Japanese occupation of the Philip-
ands full keeping them separated pines had restricted\ the supply of
r'om the object of their intentions hemp coming into the United
-marijuana. States.
Nine youths have been arrested After the war, farmers plowed
o far this month, bringing the the marijuana under, but it came
umber of arrests in the area to back up, resisting subsequent at-
nore than 30 since spring. tempts to kill it by chopping, burn-
"With harvest time coming up, ing and spraying.
ve'll probably have more kids out Reports have it, however, that
ere-some from as far away as the marijuana growing in the Niles
)etroit and Toledo-hoping to get area is of rather poor quality.

lp

some free marijuana at the height
i f hncocn "caeL~ Mari

September 10,-16
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tat

hew seasonII, says L. LviI
ika, commander of the Niles
e Police post.

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A South Vietnamese soldier pauses for a popsicle as he marches
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The Housing Office feels that all students should be free to concentrate
academic (and other) pursuits without added worry of dietary requiremen
Therefore, University Residence Halls offer "Optional Meal Contracts"
any University student.
" available at all Halit

on
its.
for

" select one

convenient

location

* initiate

or cancel contract

at

your

request

s select

lunch,

or dinner, or

both

" reasonable

prices

(lunch and dinner

meal

contract

for a

year

would

cost

$2.85 a day). Re-serves on nearly all foods. Salad bars, soft drinks, and soft
serve ice cream available for both meals.
CATCH 22-not really, but we should mention that there are
specified dining hours at each residence.

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