Date: Sun, 8 May 1994 16:56:59 -0400 From: Martha Howard Subject: Case quarter and Al Futrell In response to All Futrell's question about northern usage, I can say that growing up in the Midwest (Illinois,. Mo., and Michigan), I am sure I never hear case quarter. If we wanted the specific coin, we said quarter. Other wise we said twenty-five cents. No one ever gave me two dimes and a nickel when I had asked for a quarter--which, incidentally, we referred to also as "two bits".