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BUFFALONIANS may like their mustard bright yellow, hot and cheap.

But in Milwaukee, the Wilson Street Grill offers mustards of various hues and flavors -- and they're not cheap.

There's Black Truffle Mustard, which retails for $16 for seven ounces.

A little less pricey but still in the realm of haute cuisine is Champs' Mustard with Fennel -- recommended for sausages, potatoes and most vegetables -- and costing $8.25 for seven ounces.

Arran Whole Seed Herb Mustard with Glengoyne (as in Glengoyne Single Malt Scotch), which the restaurant recommends by itself on crackers, is $7 for seven ounces.

And there's Noyo Reserve Orange Espresso Mustard, suggested as a topping for cheesecake or ice cream. It costs $6.25 for eight ounces.

Michigan leading Notre Dame

AT THE END of the first quarter, Michigan was leading long-time rival Notre Dame. This time it's not football, but apparel.

The Association of Collegiate Licensing Administrators, which tracks sales of merchandise with the names of U.S. colleges and universities, surveyed manufacturers and found that Michigan was the biggest seller of sweat shirts, baseball caps and jackets in the first three months of the year.

Notre Dame was second, followed by Kentucky, North Carolina and Florida.

Take a nap this afternoon

IF YOU'RE sleep-deprived, you have a lot of company in your misery.

A survey taken for The Company Store, which manufactures comforters and other bed linens, found that Americans average 6.8 hours of sleep each night, but really want to get 8.3 hours. Only about 30 percent of the 1,000 adults queried said they're now getting at least 8 hours a night.

Happy birthday, centenarians

DUN & BRADSTREET, the business information publisher, counts 1,156 companies that are celebrating their 100th anniversaries this year. It also found 2,412 firms that are 75 years old and 15,400 that are 50 years old. And 90,485 companies are turning 25.

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