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109 N. Main St.-769-0109
APPEARING TONIGHT: DICK SIEGEL
Monday night: DICK SIEGEL
Tuesday night: GANG WARS with JOHNNY THUNDERS
"Ann Arbor's original Honky Tonk Dance Bar"

State
Senate
OKs bill
to study
VW plant

LANSING (UPI)-The Senate yesterday overwhelmingly
approved a $650,000 program of feasibility studies and
engineering work designed to pave the way for location of a
new Volkswagen of America Inc. plant in Sterling Heights.
Gov. William Milliken promised the work would be done in
negotiations which lead to Volkwagen's commitment to
locate in Michigan.
The bill was adopted without debate on a 29-2 vote and
returned to the House for approval of Senate amendments
which more than doubles the size of the package.
AS IT ORIGINALLY passed the House, the bill would
have appropriated $300,000 to study the feasibility of,
converting a federal missile plant in Sterling Heights into
Volkswagen's second passenger car assembly plant in North

engineering work on railroad improvement VW neds at the
Sterling Heights plant.
The new plant is expected to produce between 3,000 and
5,000 new jobs in southeastern Michigan and $20 million in
additional tax revenue.
VOLKSWAGEN IS expected to spend as much as $500
million converting the facility.
Backers of the bill had urged quick action, warning oth
states are poised to resume wooing Volkswagen if it appea
the legislature is balking.
Some senators, however, complained about the speed with
which the measure is being rammed through the legislature.
Sen. John Kelly (D-Detroit) charged the legislature was
,barely consulted in the recent Chrysler Corp. aid
negotiations and said lawmakers should not allow
themselves to be "and-runned" on the Volkswagen deal as
well.

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T.G.I.F.
Happy Hour
4:00-8:00 pm
TU

3 Day Gala
Celebration
"ooh noo! Mr. Bill"
Invites You to
Clint Castor's Village
for
SATURDAY
NIGHT LIVE'S
100th SHOW
Surprise Specials on the Half Hour

The Ann ArborFilm Coet ei Presents at MLB: $1.50
Friday, March 14
WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH
(Vol Guest, 1971) 7:04-MLB 4
So you think you're tough, huh? Well, wait until you see Cro-Magnon macho
man his mighty mate take on the big lizards! Outstanding special effects bring
the prehistoric period to life. "When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth is the first of its
sub-genre to achieve the look and feel of the epic."-CINEFANTASTIQUE.
Featuring VICTORIA VETI, PATRICK ALLEN and the cutest baby dinosaur you
ever saw. Plus short: BAMBI MEETS GODZILLA
(Roger Carman, 1959) BUCKET OF BLOOD 8:45-MLB.4
One of Corman's funniest films made with skillful even-handedness that belies
the fact that it was shot in five days! A sculptor whose creations are so life-
life, you would think that they were made of flesh and blood (and so they are),
murders his models out of his frustration with his lack of talent. He coats
corpses with clay and exhibits them as his work. A hilarious satire on preten-
sion, spical climbing, art and pseudo-intellectuals. DICK MILLER, ANTHONY
CARBONE. Plus short:, DEM WATERMELSONS (music by Steve Reich).
Tomorrow: Monty Python's Flying Circus in MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY
GRAIL, and Gene Wilder and Donald Sutherland in START THE REVOLUTION
WITHOUT ME in MLB

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Sociology, Social Psychology and Statistical and Mathematical Sciences.
Fees £2000 (approx. $4500) a year Limited financial assistance available.
Application blanks from:
Pro-Director, L.S.E., Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, England.
Please state whether junior year or postgraduate.

ST. PATRICK'S DAY
GALA GREEN CELEBRATION
* Green Beer " Irish Cocktails * Irish Music

Join The Daily

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featuring .

PRETZEL BELL

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Since Clint Castor's Pretzel Bell
opened its doors in 1934 it has
been making legends and legends
have been making it. That refers to
the 500 portraits that line the old
brick walls of the main dining
room, the All-American Room, and
the Captain's Room.,
These portraits and the Pretzel
Bell itself capture the energy and
the tradition of U of M sports from
Tom Harmon to Rick Leach, others
date back as for as 1883. Fielding
1. ,Yost often I .t the P-Bell
and would bring the wiole football
, team with h1ht6 Donald Glaser

(awarded the Nobel Prize for
Physics) conceived of his "bubblie
chamber," to track high enery
particles, while watching bubbles
rise in his glass of Pretzel Bell
beer. In 1936 renowned conductor
Leopold Stokowski led the bar in
singing "Victors" and "Varsity" and
received national notoriety.
The brick walls, oak doors, and
magnificent mahogany copper-top
bar set the mood of an old-time
college saloon. Sixty-five Tiffany
style leaded glass lamps lend on
air of distinction to the warm glow
of fireplaces. The tables are

graffiti-scarred veterans of many
years, they probably contain as
much "M"orabilia as all the
portraits combined, so don't be
surprised if you find yourself
reading a few!
The Pretzel Bell was born in the
Depression era when the dollar
was an important issue. Today it
still is important and the Pretzel
Bell fights back with a full menu
ranging from German hotdogs to
steak and crablegs. In the
afternoon the P-Bell offers a buffet
luncheon with soups and
sandwiches' galore. Add to this
their regular "All you can Eat"
specials on ribs, chicken, and
crablegs and you've got a lot of
good food, student priced.
"The Garden of Earthly Delights"
is exactly that, a huge salad bar
tilled with esculent vegetarian
morsels and crocks of creamy
dressings. In the Captain's Room
there is always cheese and
crackers to accompany a mug of
your favorite brew on tap, seven
different kinds!
On Friday and Saturday nights,
the R.F.D. boys blend their talents
to strings and voice to produce the
best bluegrass heard north of the
Mason-Dixon Line. On weeknights
the Pretzel Bell may feature music
by assorted soloists and local
stars-so check them out soon.

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PRETZEL BELL
" Buffet luncheon featuring roast
beef and homemade soups.
* Complete dinners including
the lavish salad bar.
FEATURING DAILY SPECIALSk
MON-SAT: Cafeteria 11:00-4 SUN: Dinner 12-9
Dinner 5-10

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CONEVAIORI
ATTUNED TO YOUR GOOD TASTE
* Salad Bar .* Steakburger & Variations
* Homemade soups (famous Clam Chowder
HAPPY HOURS Mon-Sat 4-6

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761-1470

Restaurant Mon-Sat 11-9, Sun 4-9
516 E. Liberty (next to Second Chance)

994-5360

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Led Bloom's
Early Dining Specials
5-6:30
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF $7.25
Served with baked potato and salad
CHICKEN CORDON BLEU $6.25
on wild rice blend with salad
Make your graduation reservations now

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THE SAME FAMOUS SICILIAN PIZZA AND
THE SAME GREAT LOW PRICES
Tuesday: Beer Night
Wednesday: Spaghetti Night
Thursday: Pizza Night

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" Fresh ground sirloin daily
" Your choice of a variety of
cheeses and toppings
" Thick and creamy New
England Chowder
1321 S. University
769-1744
MON.-SAT. 11:30-close
SUN. 12-close

LEOPOLD BLOOM'S
118 W. Liberty

665-3333

514 E. Washington
996-0555

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FRI & SAT 11-2
SUN 11:30-1

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