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THE ,MICHIGAN DAILY
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By The Associated Press
AUSTIN, Tex. - President Johnson disclosed yesterday he
has an intestinal disorder - he called it diverticulitis but his
doctor didn't - that will require his return to an Army hospital
for more tests next week.
But the President said he is feeling "excellent."
His physician, Vice Adm. George G. Burkley, said the ail-
ment is a sort of protrusion of the -wall of the large intestine -
what he termed "out-pouchings." There was no indication im-
mediately of what form of treatment is required or whether
any surgery might be needed.
But Burkley said Johnson does not have diverticulitis, a
condition involving inflammation. Diverticulitis sometimes can
be helped by diet and sometimes requires an operation.
Although there must be some reason at this time for a
measure of concern, Burkley said the President is in no dis-
comfort and no inflammation has been detected.
SAIGON - Allied troops plunged deeper into a A Shau
Valley yesterday looking for war materiel believed amassed for
what the enemy calls its forthcoming "final, definitive general
The valley 27 miles southwest of the old imperial capital of
Hue in the north is thought to be one of the enemy's most im-
portant bases in South Vietnam. But, first reports indicate the
yields of weapons and supplies so far have been disappointing.
Ferried in by 200 helicopters beginning Sunday, 3,000 sol-
diers of the U.S. 101st Air Cavalry Division and the Vietnamese
1st Infantry Division have made only light contact with the
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LANSING-Former Democratic State Chairman Zolton
Ferency, candidate for governor in 1966, revealed yesterday he
has resigned as an alternate to the Democratic National Con-
Ferency, a supporter of Minnesota Sen. Eugene McCarthy
for the party's Presidential nomination, charged the June 1-2
Democratic State Convention used "undemocratic and anachron-
istic" methods in selecting its delegation to Chicago.
A spokesman for the party's state central committee said
he did not know whether another alternate could be chosen in
his place. He said the Democratic delegation may discuss the
matter in their meeting at East Lansing tomorrow.
WASHINGTON-Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower's
doctors reported yesterday he was making continuing progress
against his newest heart attack as he approached the half-way
mark in the always critical first week after any cardiac assault.
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Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
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Cinema Guild - Warner Baxter,
Bebe Daniels, Ginger Rogers, Dick Pow-
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Sparks, Allen Jenkins, Henry Daniel in
"42nd Street," Architecture Aud., 7:00
and 9:05 p.m.
School of Music - Summer Session
Orchestra, Theo Alcantara, Conductor,
Lawrence Hurst, Soloist, Hill Aud.,
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Players - Ben Johnson's 'The Alchem-
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Patricia Lucille Berger Porcelo, Eng-
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tion: "The Railroad in American Lit-
erature: Poetry, Folk Song, and the
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Eugene Francis Gray, Romance Lan-
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Kenneth David Tarof, Zoology, Dis-
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tion: "An Infrared Study of Chain
Folding and Lattice Structure in Crys-
talline Polyethylene," on Fri., Aug. 9
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