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2A -Monday, March 5, 2007

TUESDAY:
Arbor Anecdotes

WEDNESDAY:
Before You Were Here

THURSDAY:
Campus Characters

FRIDAY:
Explained

Deep dish for deep pockets

Pizza near campus is usually
cheap.
There's Backroom Pizza on
Church Street, which sells slices of
cheese for a dollar.
New York Pizza Depot's two loca-
tions sell a small pizza and a drink
for four dollars after 10 p.m.
And don'tforget the $5 large pizzas
sold after Michigan football games
from the backs of pick-up trucks.
If you're trying to break the mold
and spend money on your pizza,
though, there's no pricier pizza near
campus than the large House Spe-
cial deep-dish pizza at Pizza House,
which costs $23.48 with tax.
Throw in a $3 tip for the delivery
guy and the pie costs as much as a
plate of veal scallopini at Gratzi on
Main Street.
The cost doesn't deter people,
said Pizza House delivery manager
Chad Patten. He said the restaurant
sells hundreds of deep-dish pizzas

each day. The House Special deep-
dish pizza has been served at the
restaurant since it opened in 1986.
"The deep dish is, in general,
probably our most popular," he said.
Patten said the pizza is so expensive
because of its size.
"We put alot more cheese on our
pizzas and we put on a lot more top-
pings," Patten said. "The quality
of the food is a lot higher than it's
goingto be at a Marco's, a Domino's,
a Mr. Pizza."
The toppings are added gener-
ously - perhaps too generously.
Slices fall apart under the weight
of the cheese, pepperoni, ham,
mushrooms, onions, green peppers
and sausage piled onto the crust. On
a recent pie, one slice had a piece of
ham the size of a playing card hid-
den beneath the top layer of cheese.
The flaky and crunchy crust had a
rich olive oil flavor - though it might
be too thin to satisfy some Chica-

go deep-dish purists. The oily pie
soaked through itsbox and left a spot
of shimmering grease on the table.
The House Special isn't the most
popular specialty pizza at the res-
taurant, though.
Patten said the restaurant's best-
selling specialty pizzas are the
Southwestern BBQ pizza - cov-
ered in barbecue sauce, mozzarella
cheese, chicken, bacon, onions and
cheddar cheese - and the Chicken
Alfredo Pizza, which is topped with
chicken, broccoli, garlic, tomato and
alfredo sauce.
Is the pizza worth almost $25?
If you have four friends to share it
with - and you'll need them to fin-
ish the pizza's 10 large slices - the
cost isn't obscene.
If not, you'llhave a couple pounds
of cold pizza left for breakfast the
next morning.
Things could be worse.
GABE NELSON

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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Man exposes Suspect tries to Lecture by Talk on sex and
himself outside order medicine Microsoft VP race in research

dorm window
WHERE: East Quad
WHEN: Saturday at about
12:30 p.m.
WHAT: A female student
called the Department of Public
Safety after aman stood out-
side her ground-floor window
and exposed himself the night
before.DPS reported The stu-

for dead person
WHERE: Taubman Health Care
Center, 1500 East Medical Cen-
ter Dr.
WHEN: Tuesday at about 7:40
p.m.
WHAT: Using a doctor's autho-
rization number, an unknown
suspect tried to order prescrip-
tion drugs for a ratient who

WHAT: A speech titled "The
Role of Global Companies in
the Development and Imple-
mentation of International
Law"
WHO: Brad Smith, Microsoft
senior vice president and gen-
eral counsel
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Seminar
T >nr lir T nl d all

WHAT: Alecture called
"Inclusion and Difference:
Gender, Race and the New Bio-
politics of Medical Research"
WHO: The University of
California at San Diego's Ste-
ven Epstein
WHEN: Today at 4 p.m.
WHERE: 1014 Tisch Hall

-, --------- -'-." p-'-'-'a" ai Lounge, Ance LOoyu Ha
dent could not provide a detailed had been dead for nine years, Guest tuba
description of the suspect. DPS reported.
performance
Three dozen Homeless man Movie hosted by

The Michigan Theater,
located on East Liberty
Street, is now selling
Wednesday movie tickets for
$5. The theater is currently
showing "Amazing Grace,'
"Sweet Land" and "Volver."
Michigan softball coach
Carol Hutchins notched
her 1,000th win after
winning both games of a dou-
bleheader at Florida State on
Wednesday. She is the seventh
NCAA softball coach to reach
that milestone.
>>FOR MORE, SEE WWW.MICHI-
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The Indiana Court of
Appeals ruled last week
that property owners are
not responsible for injuries
caused when people slip on
snow-covered sidewalks. An
Indianapolis woman sued a
parking garage after slipping
on an unshoveled sidewalk.

roses plucked
from patient
WHERE: University Hospital
WHEN: Thursday at about 7:30
p.m.
WHAT: Three dozen roses
were stolen from a hospital
patient, DPS reported. Police
currently have no suspects.

bothers workers
WHERE: 330 East Liberty St.
WHEN: Friday at about 5:45
p.m.
WHAT: A man not affiliated
with the University stood in a
doorway and bothered people
working in the building, DPS
reported. The man, wearing a
hat and dark coat, was about 50.

screenwriter
WHAT: A screening of the
film "Memory of a Killer" and
a discussion with its screen-
writer, Josh Ferris
WHO: Lloyd Hall Scholars
Program
WHEN: Today from 8 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Seminar
Lounge, Alice Lloyd Hall

WHAT: A tuba recital
WHO: Robert Brewer, a tuba
professor at Colorado State
University
WHEN: Today at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Britton Recital
Hall, E.V. Moore Building
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