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Page 8-Friday, March 28, 2980-The Michigan Daily
.Bahama Tan
SUNTANNING SALON
TAN WITHOUT THE SUN
IN OUR SPECIAL BOOTHS
$39.00 for 21 visits
215 S. STATE ST.- ANN 'ARBOR
(ABOVE JASON'SlC CREAM SHOP)-
FIRST VISIT FREE
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
662-5041

Volcano erupts in Va
VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) - Mount The Weyerhaeuser Corp. said it was
St. Helens erupted yesterday - after a evacuating about 340 loggers.
week of earthquakes warned of its new THE U.S. Forest Service evacuated
life - spewing smoke and ash, oozing the handful of personnel it had working
lava and belching an explosion that was in the Spirit Lake area and in other
heard up to 45 miles away. sparsely populated areas around the
Part of the side of the 9,677 foot moun- base of the mountain, which lies in the
tain collapsed revealing a new gaping Gifford-Pinchot National Forest.
crater, witnesses said.
AN AIR Force pilot who flew over the The blast, at about 1 p.m. PST, was
mountain after the eruption reported the first volcanic eruption in the con-
that the once snow-topped peak was tiguous United States since Mount
bare, apparently due to heat. Lassen in northern California spewed
No injuries or property damage was smoke and ash from 1914 to 1917. Mount
reported in the sparsely populated, St. Helen last erupted in 1857.
heavily forested area around the 9,677- Rhonda Brooks, a state Department
foot mountain in southwest of Emergency Services spokeswoman
Washington. said the department received its first
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ncouver, Washington
reports from the Federal Aviation Ad- radio in Portland, who flew over the
ministration in Seattle, which received mountain. "There is no doubt the erup-
re ts from planes flying over the tion is starting. Ytou can see the ash
area. very, very clearly against the snow."

--v iz apparent L at t e norm ana
west sides of the mountain are collap-
sing," Brooks said.
Witnesses as far away as 45 miles
reported a sound like a sonic boom.
"There's smoke and ashes pouring
out of it," said Mike Beard of KGW

THE STATE Department of
Emergency Services began contacting
local law enforcement officials too
initiate evacuation plans discussed
earlier in the week.

Officials deny report
of Knight job interest
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made up his mind by himself without
any help from others and once he has
his mind set on something, it is very
rarely changed."
"Orr has recommended (assistant
coach Bill) Frieder so highly for this
job that it's doubtful that it'll be anyone
else," the Michigan official continued.
Whoever the new coach is, his appoin-
tment must be ratified by the Board in
Control of Intercollegiate Athletics.
"WE HAD A board meeting at 4 p.m.
Tuesday to talk about the situation,"
said Doug Rentschler, a member of the
board.
"Knight's name was mentioned, but

only in passing, along with some others.
There was no serious consideration
given to it. Monday will be the first day
that we could meet to vote on the selec-
tion and we could have a new coach by
the time of the basketball bust that
night," Rentschler said.
Orr also expressed his denial of the
possible Knight application.
"It's absolutely not true about Bob-8
by," said Orr. "I talked to him and he
didn't say anything to me about it and
I'm sure he would have told me if it
were true. He talked about giving Iowa
State a spot on his schedule in the
future."

fatUring..
Only minutes frc
downtown, located in t
village of Dixboro, lies one
Ann Arbor's oldest and fin
dining establishments, a coun
setting which makes one f
they are in a New Englai
farmhouse that radiates warm
and charm. The Lord Fox h
quite an illustrious pa
Rumored as the hangout for ti
Purple Gang, it was
speakeasy during Prohibiti
(but the food w
"Untouchable"). Ever since th

-FOOD FOR
The Lord Fox
am time it has been a restaurant menu includes 12 appetizers, six
he and was purchased by its hot and cold soups and over 20
of present owner Ray Cooper in entrees with complete dinners
est 1960. Within the past year starting at $6.95. Live marine
try executive Chef and general lobster, prime rib, Beef
eel manager, Peter Rasmussen Wellington, Veal Oscar, El zorro
nd started a new extensive menu. (2 lbs. sirloin for two) and
th Peter was Chef of the Year in Ghengis Khan (served on a
has Michigan in 1979 and is past flaming sword) are some of the
st. president of the Chef's Club. highlights.
he
a The moderately priced menu The professional staff is
on has an array of the finest items guaranteed to please you with
as from the. past plus some of their friendly tableside service
hat Peter's specialties. The large which includes: Caesar Salad
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flaming entrees and deserts
such as Bananas Foster and
'Cherries Jubilee. Also some of
the finest French pastries which
can be accompanied by an
expresso or a cappucino are
available.
Some say they have the best
wine- list in Michigan with over
300 different imported and
domestic wines. There is
someone available every
evening to help select the wine
to compliment your meal. The
local chapter of "Les Amis du
Vin" (The Friends of Wine) have
their tastings at the top of the
three-s-tory spiral staircase
which leads to the second floor
dining room. A new bar and
cocktail lounge has been added
to the basement which makes
for a short wait for dinner.
There is also entertainment on
Friday and Saturday nights. As
soon as the weather permits The
Lord Fox will start their new
concept in dining. The newly
installed three-tiered porch
overlooking the 100 ft. pines,
will open for lunch and dinner.
The Lord Fox is an exceptional
dining experience. From its
illustrious history to the modern
additions this is definitely worth
the 10 minute drive from
campus. Open for lunch 11:30-
2:00 Monday through Friday and
open for dinner Monday through
Saturday 4-10:00 and on Sunday
from 3:00 to 8:30.

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Dinner 4-10
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Sun 4-1 am

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