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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday. February 4, 1970

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KGYLAR ALARMS:
rational Guard requests monies

SGC may ask for deferral
of re Pntnl gldĀ§hnt9 .n lwlnrar

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VASHINGTON (AP) - Worried closed number of machine guns, turned down requests for money V.F " - ' " U/U/ '/
ut light security on National bazookas' and artillery pieces, kept to pay civilian guards, saying ar-
ard arsenals, the Pentagon will at National Guard armories. mories are state buildings a n d (Continued from Page iz
Congress to pay fir a multi- The question was raised when must be maintained by the states. sentiment for postponement of the,
lion-dollar program to install National Guard generals contact- But, a spokesman said, a test dispute.
glar alarms in the gun rooms ed in an Associated Press Survey r
all 2,774 guard armories. voiced concern about light secur- program already under way is 'The meeting last night failed
?entagon officials reported this ity on their arsenals, but said they placing what he called electroic because it was badly organized,'
. 28 when asked what is be- don't have-fundsto provide prop- .intrusion detection devices in 30 he said. "Simply sending out let-
done to protect the 408,29 er guards for the guns i p armories in six states and the Dis- ters is not sufficient to get people
es and pistols, plus an undis- The Pentagon confirmed it had trict of Columbia. A request for to meetings on the issue."
- -_ _-__--- -- - _----- funds will be made to expand the "We're going to have to go to
Sprogram to allharmories starting 'the meetings of these organizations
- , r4 i crsJuly 1, with the federal govern- and tell people about the bylaws
J. .c u t o s toa d menit paying three-fourths of the directly, because they don't see
" !' [fi # $estimated $4-millioni cost. them as immediately relevant," he

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the bylaws, but it has been ob-
scured by the fact that people!
have to read all kinds of reports
to understand them." he added.
SGC had previously passed a
resolution urging students to pre-
vent the Regents from meeting in
public if they do not revise their
bylaw draft in accordance with,
student demand.
The motion was a' response to:
changes in the bylaw draft writ- .
ten by SGG and the Senate Ad-
viscry Committee on University

at their January meeting. The
student-faculty draft was aimed at
increasing student influence in
'University decision-making.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
The Student. Council on exceptionl
children will meet Thurs., Feb. 5 at ? :30
at Schorling Aud. in the Ed. School.

YPSILANTI
This new store carries more trade (non-text) books
than any other in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area.
Unusual 1970 calendars, thousands of paperbacks,
lots of them used, some hardbacks.
10% OFF .
Mon.-Thurs -9-9; Fri.-9-6; Sat.-1 2:5:30

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In the first 10 months of 1969,s
g the Pentagon said, 820 Army wes-,
S.l pons valued at $69,333 were listed
as stolen from armories and other
installations within t h e United
WASHINGTON o'A - Two new developments of possible States. The Air Force lost 98 wea-
or significance toward improving science's drug warfare pons worth $7,000. The Navy and-
nst cancer have been reported cautiously by government Marine Corps declined to state
er researchers. The findings were released Jan. 28. then._losses.
One is the discovery of the first anti-cancer drug capable Dr. Oscar E. Schotte of the Am-
rossing thie body's mysterious "blood-brain barrier" to herst College biology department
significant degree. And it is the first drug to show at will lead a zoology seminar at 4
t tentative evidence of anti-cancer action against brain p.m. Wed., Jan. 28, in room 1400
ors via injection into the blood-stream elsewhere. The of the U-M Chemistry Building.
H't c b,..l~nn 4.. "'0 a.nnaof

"There should be concern about

Affairs

proposed by the Regents

is called BCNU.,
The other involvesencouraging

- though still tentative

;i su ec irs : egenera ny
Limbs: A Caprice of Natures or a
General .Property of Organisms?",
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Concerned Aout the Environment?
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PERSONAL AND ENVIRONMENTA L HEALTH!
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interviewing prospective master degree candidates FRIDAY, FEB.
6, ALL DAY at the Placement Office (SAB).
B.A.s in scial sciences preferred
Full financial assistance available
SIGN UP FOR INTERVIEW AT
3200 SAB-Placement Office-764-7460

We
We

think we're nineresting-
hope you will.

results from the most-ex-
nsive study yet made in em-
tying an older anti-cancer
uig, called "5-FU," in a rel-
vely new role: as a follow-
>to cancer surgery.
Dr. George Higgins of the Vet-
ns Administration Hospital I
e reported on the latter study
conducted among patient with
icer of the colon.
And while Higgins was- extreme-
cautious, in evaluating the re-.
ts to date, Dr. Stephen I. Car-
of the 'National Cancer Insti-
e volunteered this appraisal to
wsmen at an institute confer-
e where both reports w e r e
de:,
'If the Veterans Administration
dy is the first example wherein
anticancer drug, when used as
adjuvant to surgery against
called "solid' tumor; appears to,
beneficial." He explained that
id tumors - such as cancers
the colon, breast and lung --'
istitute about 85 per cent of all
lignancies, and are to be dis-
guished from so-called "liquid"
lignancies, such as leukemia
I Hodgkins disease.
Jp to now, the latter two malig-
acies have been among the rel-
vely few cancers of an3" type
t have shown response to any
igs - with some patients reek-
ed as possibly cured. Carter said-
miethod employed in the VA's
dy - if confirmed as really
zeficial by continued studies -
ght lead to a surgical-and-drug
>roach against various solid tu-
rs.
liggins said t h e combinatioti
gery-and-drug treatment. had!
.n employed in about one half
more than 400 randomly select.
colon-cancer patients. from 25
hospitals throughout t h e
intry. The other half: of the
up were treated by surgery
ne.
e said that there was an ap-
ently appreciable . increased
vival rate over a certain per-:
'among the dual-treated group,
compared with the controls. t
he stressed "the magnitude'
the benefits noted is not large!
ugh to conclude that t h e
e actually due to the treat
nt, rather than other factors.".

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