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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 15, 1971

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Judge denies Newton

Imotion; trial

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OAKLAND, Calif. (P) - A Tuesday. ask the state District Court of Ap-
judge refused yesterday to dis- Superior Court Judge L i o n e 1 peals to halt Superior, Court pro-
qualify Superior Court Judge Lyle Wilson denied a defense motion to ceedings pending the appellate
Coo from presiding at the man- disqualify Cook on grounds of court's consideration of the issue
slaughter retrial of Black Pan- bias and prejudice. Garry said he still has avail-
ther leader Huey P. Newton and Newton's attorney, Charles Gar- able a preemptory challenge to
ordered the trial to begin nextry, later told newsmen he would automatically disqualify a judge
..***.***.......* *.*...*...*.*.*.......*. :.::::.:::::. - but he has no plans at th is
time to use it. "What will I get,
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN another racist?" he asked.

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sex information
Books on sex
by robert koop
This regular question-and-answer column on matters of sexual concern
is being published in cooperation with Counseling Services, a division
of the Office of Student Services. Questions may be mailed to Box 25,
The Daily, 420 Maynard St., or phoned into 16-GUIDE, the 24-hour,
counseling and referral service.
Q. I'd like to know what you would recommend as a book which
freely explores the mysteries of sex, with the purpose of allowing
both participants to take advantage of its full potential for satis-
faction and fulfillment. Is there any such book without the exploi-
tative and manipulative overtones which can accompany such
works? - J.L.
A. I don't think so. On the other hand, I certainly haven't
read every book on sex that's in print and I do have some- sugges-
tions, to wit:
There's more to sex than genitals, and there's more to people
than sex. There are a number of books not specifically about sex
that you might find interesting and helpful. The one that comes
to mind is Sense Relaxation, by Bernard Gunther. It's a book
which focuses on our bodies and how we relate to them and use
them.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15
DayCalendar
Commission on Women: 3540 SAB,
3-5 pm.
Computing Center: Dedication, Chry-
sler Center Aud., 3 pm.
Psychiatry Lecture: L. Ullman, U. of
Ill., "Behavior Therapy and Current
Treatment Problems," 1057 MHRI, -3:45
pm.
. Grad. Sch. of Business Admin. F. Lee
Bailey, noted criminal attorney, "The
Defense Never Rests," Rackham Lecture
Hall, 4 pmn.
Astronomy Colloquium: C. Cowley,
"Astronomical Turbulence and the Sat-
uration of Fraunhofer Lines," P&A
Colloq.. Rm, 4 pm.
UAC: "The Killing of Sister George,"
Residential Coll. Aud., 7, 10 pm.

Cook had denied in affidavits
.g s four separate charges by Newton's
University Musical Society: Choice attorneys that he was prejudiced
Series, Marcel Marceau, French panto- and should be disqualified from
mimict. Power Center, 8 pm. the trial, which stems from t h e
International Folk Dance: Barbour 1967 shooting death of an Oak-
3ym, 8-11 pm. land policeman.

General Notices
Environmental Health Seminar: R.
Cook, "Occupational Medicine," Sch. of
Public Health II, 1st Fl. Aud., Mon.,
Oct. 18, 1 pm.
Skating Classes: Physical Ed, in-
structional classes in Ice Skating, Hoc-
key and Figure Skating will begin the
week of October 18.
Sch. of Education: Walk-in Peer
Counseling nowavailable for students
interested in, or already registered in
Sch. of Ed; come to room 1228 SEB,
Mon.-Fri., 8:30 to 4:45 pm.

Garry also charged Tuesday
that Citizens for Law and Order,
a group which rates judges accord-
ing to its standards on leniency,
has intimidated all 25 Alameda
county jurists by threatening to
run . candidates against them if
they are "too lenient."
Garry said in an additional af-
fidavit yesterday that Cook would
be unable to give Newton an im-
partial trial because he is a mem-
ber of the Elks Club, was active
in the United States Army and
had instituted strict security for!
the trial. Garry asserted the Elks
discriminates against blacks.

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The book offers
through alone, with
to make you more
yourself and others.

a whole series of directed experiences to go
a partner or in a group that are designed
sensitive, more aware, more in touch with

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STRANGE as it may sound, you can also get some use out
of books like The Sensuous Man, Woman, Etc. Exploitative? Yes.
Offensive? Yes. Useful? Maybe so. A book is a tool, and if you're
sensitive to what you consider exploitative in it, you can use it
to your own ends.
If you're looking into the more mundane mysteries of sex,
probably the best book you can get is called Our Bodies, Our
Selves by the Boston Women's Health Course Collective. It's a
beautiful, accurate, thorough course on women and their bodies.
It's meant for women, but I sure learned a lot from it and I only
wish someone would do a companion book on men and their
Ibodies.
For straight birth control poop,, there's the Birth Control
Handbook from McGill University which is available at the Free
People's Clinic on Liberty. Also The Student Guide to Sex on
Campus, a paperback, is pretty good.
I COULD KEEP going on. Sexual fulfillment, sexual adjust-
ment - these are bigger topics than a single book can start to
talk about. They're as complex as people, and need as much
study.
I guess the most important thing is the commitment that you
express to not be exploitative about sex and to explore the pos-
sibilities in a way that's responsible for and to yourself and your
partner.
If you've got that, all you need are ideas - and you can get
those almost anywhere. Good luck.
Q. Can the Pill cause yeast infections? - J.S.
A. Not directly, no. But estrogen - an ingredient of all the
Pills' on the market today - affects the glucose contest of the
vaginal walls and make the environment there a lot more attrac-
tive to yeast and fungus.
The symptoms are itching, burning on urination, excessive
discharge (in women), discomfort at the end of the penis. Treat-
ment is simple - generally a locally applied cream for yeast or
ten days of oral medicine for fungus.
TREATMENT NEEDS to involve both partners if they have a
continuing relationship (or even if they don't come to think of it)
because there can be a ping pong effect - with one partner re-
infecting the other as soon as they're cured.
Some of the other things that can cause susceptibility, by the
way, may be tight pants or wearing pantyhose over underwear.
These tend to trap heat and moisture in the vaginal area, which is
just what those little yeasts love best.
Another one can be the use of antibiotics for anything -
colds, acne, whatever. They kill the natural bacteria in the vagina
which normally keep the yeast organisms in check. When the bac-
teria go, the yeast goes wild, growing and itching and burning.
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