The Nation: To Each His Bone

With wholesale food costs alone going up at an annual rate of 56% over the last three months, two University of Oklahoma seniors cooked up a way to beat the high cost of eating. Terry Arnall and Jerry Dizmang switched to a dog-food diet for every meal last week. "I'm tired of paying 99¢ for a pound of hamburger that just fries away," growled Arnall. "I'd rather pay $1.52 for a ten-pound sack of dog food."

Lest any budget-pinched shopper follow that lead, he had best be advised that a diet of canned, all-meat...

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