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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 1 6, 1972

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, June 16, 1972

State offers DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
farm ers aF YNse olSsa

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LANSING (AP)-Between near-
d r o u g h t s and unseasonable
freezes, this has not been a good
year f s o u t h e r n Michigan
farmera.
Now, at least some help is
lt forthcoming.
Gov. William Milliken Wed-
nesday approved use of some
425,000 acres of government-con-
trolled farmland by growers in
24 drought-stricken counties.
Under the agerement, farmers
will be allowed to pasture or
harvest hay set aside under the
Cropland Adjustment Program,
similar to thesoil bank.
Payments to farmers to retire
this land from production will be
reduced an average 25 per cent,
state officials added.
Meanwhile, federal loans are
reportedly in the offing for grow-
ers in western and southwestern
Michigan devastated by a hard
freeze earlier this week.
Officials 'said they expect a
half dozen counties to be desig-
nated disaster areas after dam-
age assessments are tabulated,
probably next Wednesday.
Counties involved were: Wex-
ford, Missaukee, Iosco, Osceola,
Clare, Gladwyne, Arenac, Kent,
Gratiot, Newago, Mecosta, Isa-
bella, Midland Bay, Huron, Mus-
kegon, . Ottawa, Saginaw, Tus-
cola, Sanilac, Clinton, Shiawas-
see, Lapeer, and Macomb.

FRIDAY, JUNE 16 Residential College Summer Players:
Epidemiology Lecture: "DNA Poly- Peter Weiss' Marat/Sade, Residential
merace Associated with Influenza Vi- College Aud., 8 p.m.
rions," Tim Barker, M 1112 Thomas Attention Students: Chem 116 (Gen-
Francis, Pr. Public Health Building, 3 eral-Inorganic) will be offered in the
0.10 . 1115 lenm. Peal. P. Rasmaussen. Lee.,
International Folk Dance: Barbour discTWTP F-10, Lab, T, TO 1-4. Pa
Gym, 8-11 p.m. further information, call 764-7315.
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The University Players 4th Exciting Summer Repertory Season!

"A SUPERIOR COMPANY!"-Michigan Daily
William Shakespeare's IN REPERTORY
LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST
Exposes the folly of pedantry, and affectations with July 18-28
Chopin-like virtuosity.
Brendan Behan's
THE HOSTAGE July 19-29
Profound comment on Anglo-Irish relations and the
Irish themselves.
Edward Albee's
WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF August 1-5
Perhaps the most important American dramatic work
since those of Eugene O'Neill.
Gelbart, Shevelove, Sondheim
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED
ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM August .8-12
An incredibly witty, bright, and happy two hours
of pure enjoyment
Avoid Box Office Rush Order Tickets NOWA
ALL PERFORMANCES IN THE AIR CONDITIONED POWER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

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(1st American Tour)
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- Tuesday I Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
July 18-22 J1 8 Love J19 Has J20 Love J21 Has J22 Love
July 25-29 J25 Hos f J26 Love J27 Has J28 Love J29 Has
Aug. 15 Al VW A2 VW A3 VW A4 VW A5 VW
Aug. 8-12 A8 Forum. A9 Forum Al0 Forum Al 1 Forum Ai2 Forum
SEASON SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE NOTE: By ordering the some day for all four weeks you auto-
matically see all four plays. When you have completed your order below check your choices on
this performance schedule and keep it for your own record.
TICKET INFORMATION
The box office will open June 26. From June 26 until July 14 it will be open 12:30-5:00, Mon.-Fri.
From July 18 to August 12 it will be open 12:30-8:00 on performance days. Mail orders will be fill-
ed prior to the opening of the box office. Season ticket sales begin June 26; single tickets on sale
from July 10.
PRICES: (SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS OFFER SAVINGS AND PREFERRED LOCATIONS)
Season Subscriptions: $10.50, $7.00
Individual Tickets: $3.00, $2.00
Note: The higher priced tickets are the first 17 rows of orchestra and first 4 rows of balcony.
. NAME_ .____-______-____- - _ Season Subscription QI
Individual Tickets LI
* PLEASE ADDRESS_ --- _ - Are you on our mailing
' PRINT
* PHONE-_ - ____ _Z___-IPlist?---ZP
* CITY -__- -- STATE - - Faculty
* Mail Orders to: UNIVERSITY PLAYERS Q Student
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH Q Ann Arboi
f UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Visitor
SANN ARBOR, MICH. 48104 ""
" Play Performance (day and date) No. Price Office Use Only
: Love"
Hostage'
Woolf"
" Forum"
I- ~
TOTAL (Season price or individual tickets) - -
CHECK ONE: Q I enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope. Please mail my tickets July 5.
E I enclose no envelope. Hold my tickets at the box office.
I will pick them up. (See box office hours above)

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