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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 27, 1972

Page Eight THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, June 21, 1972

BARBER MICHIGAN
BILLIARDS UNION
BOWLING
FOOSBALL Open Regular Hours
STAND During
TABLE TENNIS Exams & Break

GET
ATTENTIOR

PIZZA BOB'S IS DELIVERING!
Now the best pizza's and submarines in town are available at your
doorstep. Beginning Tuesday, June 27, Pizza Bob's will deliver the greatest
cures for the munchies that you'll ever want to taste. Submarine prices are
a mere dime extra, to cover the cost of this service.
For the meantime, we must limit deliveries to the area bordered by
Washtenaw-Stadium on the south, U.S. 23 on the east, Plymouth Rd. on
north, and Seventh Street on the west. We hope to expand this area later.
Also available for delivery are the delights of the Garbage Pit, fea-
turing egg rolls and tacos as well as hot chili and banana pudding. How
can you pass up the opportunity to tell your friends you ate food from the
Garbage Pit (and it was great!)
810-814 S. STATE
Pizza Bob's 665-4517 Garbage Pit 662-4733

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CONSUMER NEWS
To eat or not to eat .
This is the fourth in the summer series of consumer surveys
listing grocery prices around the city, for the week that ended
today.
The survey indicates prices only. Shopping at the "win-
ning store" does not guarantee quality or that you will find
exactly what you want.
A group of University students with the aid of the Public
Interest ResearchG roup in Michigan surveyedc14 stores, com-
paring prices on S8 items appearing on a typical shopping list.
The stores are. ranked weekly according to cost for all pro-
ducts priced.
Rank Name, Location
of Siae All Products Meats Dairy Produce
1 Meijers
Carp. & Ellsworth 45.88 10.77 3.48 3.92
2 A&P
Plymouth Rd. 46.02 10.57 3.51 4.09
: A&P
Stadium & State 46.16 10.45 3.51 4.13
4 A&P
Maple Village 46.17 10.69 3.57 4.13
5 A&P
E. Huron 46.20 10.55 3.57 3.97
6 Wrigley
Maple Village ' 46.42 11.30 3.57 3.95
7 Wrigley
Stadium & Liberty 46.51 11.18 3.54 4.04
8 Great Scott
Carpenter & Packard 46.64 11.29 3.66 3.30
9 Kroger
Packard 46.67 10.87 3.56 3.86
10 Kroger
Westgate 46.82 10.78 3.53 4.01
11 -14 Kroger on Broadway, Vescio at Stadium and Liberty,
Kroger at Arborland, Wrigley at Washtenaw and Stadium

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The University Players 4th Exciting Summer Repertory Season!

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"A SUPERIOR CO
William Shakespeare's
LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST
Exposes the folly of pedantry and affectation with
Chopin-like virtuosity.

GAN I

MPANY!"--

Brendan Behan's
THE HOSTAGE
Profourid comment on Anglo-Irish relations and the
Irish themselves.
Edward Albee's
WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
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
An incredibly witty, bright, and happy two hours
of pure enjoyment.

-Michigan Daily
IN REPERTORY
J uly 18-28
July 19-29
August 1-5
August 8-12

Sen. claims
govt. seeds
clouds in Viet
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Sen.
Clairborne Pell (D-R.I.) says he
believes American military forc-
es have ued advanced rain-mak-
ing technology to cause flood-
ing and death in Vietnam.
"I strongly believe clouds have
been seeded in Southeast Asia
for military reasons. There is
little doubt in my mind, but I
cannot go any farther than that,"
Pell said in an interview pub-
lished Sunday by the Providence
Journal.
The Rhode Island Democrat, a
member of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, has intro-
duced for Senate consideration a
draft of a treaty to ban all
weather and climate modifica-
tion activities as weapons
Pell said he believes the mili-
tary began in 1966 to seed clouds
to clear them away for bombing
of targeis in North Vietnam.
He said he believes that seed-
ings with other types of chemi-
cals produced rains that wash-
ed out North Vietnamese infil-
tration routes and caused floods
which caused thousands of
deaths.
U-M BARBERS
Open regular hours
all this week
and Mon.-July 3
MICHIGAN
UNION
New
Freshmen!
Do you want money, a draft
deferment, leadership and
management training,
se"f-confidence?
If your answer is yes, then
invest 2 hour of your time
to find out how you obtain
the above by attending the
Army ROTC orientation at
Roam 200 in North Hall at
3:30 p.m. every day.

BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN!
SEASON TICKETS ONLY INDIVIDUAL TICKETS
June 26-July 9 beginning 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.

All performances in the air-conditioned
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Weekdays 12:30-5:00 P.M.
Power Center Box Office
Michigan League

Phone:
763-3333

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