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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eigh T H E M IC H G A N AIL

Everybody seems to know
something about the wild-
erness. (Even the ones
who don't make it back)

The good son of the daughter of
the Sky Woman made a pilgri-
mage to the great mountains to
seek his father, who was secluded
by many elements. The father
tested the courage and spirit of
the son with rock, with wind,
with water, and with fire. When
the good son proved worthy by
mastering the el1e me n ts, the
father recognized him and gave
him the power to make living
things to bless the earthd .h.
Creation Legend of the
Seneca People-"The
Keepers of the Western Door"

Preservation Hall Jazz

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Although each of its courses is a basic wilderness course, each also has an area of special-
ization. All of the courses except Wilderness/Homesteading will backback through wilderness
areas for 28 days, free from outside contact, acquiring and practicing the many skills re-
quired to live comfortably and safely in the wild.

Wilderness/Canoeinq Wilderness/Mountaineerinq Wilderness/Watercolor
Wilderness/Skiinq Wilderness/Rock Climbinq Wilderness/Science
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Writinq
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Open to everyone over 15 smart enough to know they don't know it all. For further information
and application, write or call:

(Continued from page 5)
soft lullaby.
The individual pieces, as well
as their actual form, were en-
tirely spontaneous and often re-
sulted in an outburst of singing
or variations on a familiar tune.
The band would begin with a
basic contrapuntal melody un-
til eventually one solo after an-
other emerged. Band members
The Callawaya Indians of
South America claim they were
medicine men to the Incas. To-
day their descendants roam the
length of the Andes peddling
herbs and charms said to cure
fright, better the earth and at-
tract lovers.
Summer Roundtrip
NEW YORK
to LONDON
$265
MUST RESERVE 65 DAYS
IN ADVANCE
Call TOLL FREE
9 to 9
(800) 847-7196
NOVA CHARTER CORP.
ITHACA, NEW YORK

took their cue from the response wailed, 'Pm ridin' round in a
of the audience and often no- brand new car-and I just can't
ticeably picked up the beat and get no gas."
grew louder as the audience ap- As the band closed the con-
plause began to wane. cert after their traditional en-
The a core performance of "When the
apparent favorite of the Saints Go Marching In", two
crowd was Willie Humphrey, members left the stage
whn diRnlat7PPi n r0m VL-o1.lo band

WESTERN DOOR WILDERNESS SCHOOL
EAST/

Wednesday, March 19/b
PIRGIM testing
find Meijer Thrifty'
Acre prices lowest

WEST./

75 I Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103
(801) 322-5381

Box 534, 17 South Ave.
Chautauaua, New York 14722
(716) 357-5561

wrnu uis is ea a remarxable '
and paraded down the aisles ; By MITCH tDUNITZ which Are save money,~ he
range and versatility on the encouraging members of the au- added, "is by using a minimal
clarinet, as well as an incli- Meijer-Thrifty Acres was
I thence to join them on stage. amount of electricity to get a
nation to siddle strut and soft- f<omd to have the lowest overall ,
shoe spiritedly across the stage Needless to say, it was a prices in last week's PIRGIM ! maxinn m amount of lighting."
great night for Dixieland. I, The Great Scott on Carpenter
to the vocal encouragement of , Marketbasket survey of ten area at Packard once again finished
the crowd. supermarkets. The s u r v e y, 1,
About half the trees cut down second with a marketbas ket to-
Sing Miller on the which was conducted by three j tal of $50.33
piano ac- throughout the world are 7.5 per cent higher
cam lished the diverse ke University students s h o w e d than Thrift
im- burned as fuel, with much of y Acres' winning to-
Meijer-Thrifty Acres to be al- - remark- , the wood first converted into , s at Georgetown Mall
ably smoothly as well as con- I. charcoal most 15 per cent cheaper than finished third with a market-
tributinb his raspy, nasal vocals A & P, the most expensive basket total of $50,91.
and several ins fired store.
p' piano solos. { In 1973 nearly 35 million The other stores' results were:
At one point his blues lyrics re-! American women were work- Jane MCCaslin, a University Wrigley's at the Maple Village
fleeted a modern note when he ing. student who worked on the sur- Shopping Center with $51.08,
- vey for PIRGIM reported that Wrigley's at Stadium and Wash-
LECTURE --1 Ve March 24 ';a trofy Acres an. average tenaw with $51.78, A&P at, PIy-
baske groceries cost $46.80. mouth Mall with $52.24 Kroger's
The store, located on Carpenter at Broadway and Plymouth with
8 p. m . , a't H I L L E L. 1429 H i I I Road at Ellsworth, maintained $S3.01, Kroger's at the Westgate
l its hold on first place which it Shopping Center with $53.12,
Prof. Calvin Go # d sc h e i d e r established in the survey con- Kroger's at Arborland with
HEBREW UNIVERSITY ducted last month. $53.29 and A&P at Stadium and
South Industrial Highway with
TOPIC- AMERICAN J EW RY : ! "THE CHEAPER prices can 1553.78.
A VANISHING BREED? be attributed to lower overhead,
said one Thrifty Acres employe. JACK AUSTIN, another Uni-
This lecture will deal with demographic patterns, fertility, "Instead of stacking merchan- versity student who _worked on
birth rate and intermarriaqe as it affects the Jewish po- dise, we just cut the boxes open the survey noted that "'t'hrifty
Dulation in the United States. and let the customers take what Acres was over 12 per cent
Mon they want. Another way in lower than its marketbasket

_Use DallyClassifieds

MWA

We've had a
BLESSED EVENT...

I

BLACK FACULTY and STAFF.

ASSOC,

MEETING

DATE: March 25, 1976, Thurs. 12 noon-1:30 p.m.
PLACE: Regents Conference Room, Admin. Bldg.
AGENDA
Briefings of activities of other campus groups.
Discussion and approval of Faculty documents.

total] last month."
According to Austin, the pur-
pose of the survey is to stimu-
late competition.
"The lower overall totals and
wider variance in prices sug-
gests that that's exactly, what
has happened-at"' least with
grocery items regularly Pur-
chased by consumers," he said.
The sample foods used in the
I PIRGIM survey were drawn
from research made by the
i United States Department of Ag-
rioulture to. approximate the
weekly food-buying costs for an
average family of four.
Cupid was the Roman' god of
love and Eros was the Greek
love god.
From the 1300s to the 1500s,
the Aztec Indians ruled the Val-
ley' of Mexico.
Oliver Cromwell died in 1658.

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4. Annual Mixer.
5. New Business.

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