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Page 24- riday, September 9, 1977-The Michigan Daily

Nightly Dinners
at the
Sunday through Thursday 5-11 pm
Friday and Saturday .... 5-12 midnight
Children under 12 $1.95
Sered ithmashed potatoes, gravy
Sered ithsavory dressing, mashed potatoes
and grvy egetable -ard cranberry saUce.
Spicy and meaty, served with vegetable and, WTOOlyPoobyAD FEBR
of course, our salad bar.jj
Served with mashed prtO m vegel'bhe it lobks like it, doesn't it? But if this statue outside Martha Cook Hall is indeed wa ting, it will have a hard time acting when the object of its vigil arrives stone
FISH N' CHIPS pedestals and so forth, you understand.
Batter-fried fresh Scrod, served with fried
Idaho chips, vegetable and tartar sauce.
All dinners include unlimited trips to our great --hl
saladbar and&hot bread with butter. Michigan+vs..llinois Ban on whal"-hunting:
enu, too! Tubsrrtutions1 areTatoan extraricharie.
Beer, Wine ci~c mei si o
"fnu to!L'. b...*... Toor owR e a t : EDT~r tY ,5 V1 ,
ster Charge, The Wolverines take on
'd American the Fighting Illini of Illinois BARROW,'Alaska (API - The Es- hunting of ducks and geese had been
* iner's andl*, at Champaig n-Ur bana. kimos, who have survived 2,000 Arctic banned earlier..
Join Tom Hemingway ndcould face tougher winters if a ban is mospheric Administration is holding
so od-Tom S lade for the most upheld on killing the 'bowhead whale, hearings here today on whether the
atteaccu rate play-by-play on which is on the endangered species U.S. should challenge the whaling ban.
Inn West the air. lists. .The federal government has until Oct. 1
vations .. .Follow all the action on "We may be on the list ourselves to oppose the ban.
665-4444 Sf The University of Michigan soon," said one Eskimo. The price of food here suggests that
statio. THEdietary substitutes to whales and
public radio station. THrE INTERNATIONAL Whaling caribou would be expensive. Milkis$3a
917 FM Commission, meeting in June in Aus- half gallon; eggs $2 a dozen.-
tralia, unanimously approved a ban on
killing - including subsistence hunting ONE BOWHEAD whale can supply 40:
. .:: £$. ,-.' of the bowhead, a slow-movingmain- to 50. tons of3f.oodand raw materials
} mal whose head is almost a third of its enough to sustain a small village from
91.7 FM AnnArbor length. one hunting ilft t<henext.
91.7FM nn AborThe state sharply limited the hunting Mike Jeffries, an Alaska Legal Sez
of caribou, a lage species of deer. The vices lawyer for the Eskimos, says "th
whale cannot be replaced withfoi
stamps. They plan festivals around' it
their whole lives center around th~
* hunt."
Some local businesspersons say the
Eskimos don't pay any attention t~
caribou restrictions, which bar all bu
subsistance hunting, and aren't likelt
to observe a ban on whales either.
~First, because of our super-convenient location -
on North University, right across from the central EBEN O O, saskim arus
FO R T U DN T S! campus. We're the first bank you can get to on to overcoming the physical obstaclep
while hunting the whale. We are
your way downtown. Students rate us first in other resourcefulenough toovercomehuma
ways, too -lowest checking costs in town, more obstacles. Our people will not ge.
enjoy hungry."
ways to ejyfree checking, and the service-with- The bowhead, which stay close ti.
a-smieitheygetfromoHuronaValleBank8drifting ice and occasionally use their
a-smle hey et romHuro Valey ankrs.brow to break through the ice for a:
. . .breath, were protected from commer,<
Fast, because our Campus Office is especially cial hunting in 1946. The U.S. Marinp
designed and staffed to enable studentsto get their Mammal Protection Act of 1972 and the
Shr aU.S. Endangered Species Act of 1973
banking done quickly and conveniently. A special stoppedallbutsubsistencehunting.
Eskimo crews took a dozen br so
walk-up window is open earlier and later than whales a
sald aran ht rea wthbute. . ie o yaleh r tterin90swe

regular banking hours, as well as on Saturdays. the annual average rose to 29. In the
1976 season, crews reportedly, killed 48
And, two AnyTime Bank machines are on the scene whales while wounding but losing
to speed up transactions on extra-busy days! another 35. This spring they took 28
,because an AnyTime Bank card lets you Official estimates of the number of
Always, bbowheads rage from 1,000 to 3,000 for
do your banking at any hour of the day, any day of the Pacific stock. An additional several
hundred reportedly survive in Canada's
the week, year around - even on holidays! eastern Arctic.
Get a "first, fast & always!" T-shirt with a $500
deposit to any new or existing passbook savings W hy is
account - free, while the supply lasts. this
The most convenient campus banking - m an
first, fast and always for students!
Cause he's.
SHVNB HILL landlord.
OFFICE Ann Arbors
~~ ~ high rents.
m sensible
CENTRALatern v
CAMPUS --Own a

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