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f Friday, November 13, 1970

rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

PQ®e Seven

Friday, November 13, 1970 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY

Po~ SP~vi'~n

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eroin.
There is an ongoing dispute
between heroin users and doc-
tors about the dangers connect-
ed with heroin use. Doctors will
acknowledge that, theoretically,
large amounts of heroin can be
used for long periods of time
without as much structural
damage to the body as alcohol
l causes.
Doctors point out, however,
that heroin is often not taken
with sterile equipment and that
users are never sure of what
they are taking.,
Heroin users counter these ar -
guments by asserting that "if
you keep your points (needles)
clean and your shit together,

Trip to

life or death?

you can do it till you're 75."
And one user adds that "you
just have to get your stuff from
people you can trust."
Even trusted pushers can slip
up, however. The heroin they
distribute, usually sold in phar-
maceutical capsules or in small
wax paper bags, contains only
about one to three per cent pure
heroin. This small amount is
"cut" or diluted with a powder
such as flour, talc, sugar, or as-
pirin to which small amounts of
strychnine, a poisonous chemi-
cal, is sometimes added for a
greater high.
Most medical difficulties arise
from improper cutting and un-
Application Deadline: State of New
York beginning level professional jobs
in many areas. Test applications due
11-15 for past graduates and December:
graduates. Applications and booklet
at career planning
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13
Day Calendar
Postgraduate Medicine: International
Symposium on Drug Abuse. Rackham.
8:45 a.m.
Astronomy Colloquium: D. J. Mac-
Connell, "Four-Color Observations of
High Velocity Stars," P&A Colloq. Rm.,
4 p.m.
Geography Seminar: B. Weisner,
Clark U., "Radical Geography," 4050
LSA, 4:15 p.m.
International Folk "Dance: Barbour
Gym, 7:30 p.m.
GDuo Costero-Beltran: School of Music
Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
International Coffee House, R i v e
Gauche:, Chinese Night, 1024 Hill St.,
8 p.m.
Univ.. Players and English Dept.:
"Mankynde," (Morality play) players
fromi U. of Toronto, Trueblood Thea-
tre, 8 p.m.
Chamber Arts Series: Moscow Trio,
SRackham Lecture Hall, 8:30 p m.
Placement Service
3200 SAB
Representatives from two specialized

sterile techniques used in shoot-
ing heroin into a vein with hy-
podermic needles.
A user can only tolerate small
amounts of pure heroin and can
easily die of an overdose. Too
much heroin depresses the res-
piratory system and also leads
to cardiac arrest. A user can al-
so die of an overdose of strych-
ine or from an allergy reaction
to the substances with which
the heroin is cut.
In addition, chemical irri-
tants in the cutting powder can
sometimes cause a user's veins
to collapse, forcing the blood to
flow less efficiently through
smaller, alternative veins.
The use of unsterilized need-
les can lead to serum hepititus
- a highly contagious v i r u s
which can do severe damage to
the liver - and can lead to ab-
scesses in the skin, muscle tis-
isue and lungs.
One doctor at university
hospital has reported a 700 per
cent increase'in the occurrence
of hepititis during the past year.
Though exact figures are not
available, the increase in serum
hepititis points toward the in-
crease in heroin use.
Most heroin users seem un-,
concerned about these dangers.
One dismisses the problem quite
simply - "All the crap you read
about in the papers about junk
being the end of the road and
a certain killer is all lies."
"Collapsing veins a n d OD's
(overdoses) come only from bad
stuff," says another. This is no
g r e a t concern to junkies, he
says, because "everybody knows
someone who's OD'd or had a
vein collapse.
Rent your
Roommate with
a Classified Ad

"Besides," he adds, "you can
save your veins by snorting it or
eating it," although this is less
efficient and m o r e expensive
because more is needed to pro-
duce the same effect.
"Snorting" is taking heroin
by sniffing the powder through
a narrow straw.
Whether shooting or snorting,
however, users never know what
risks they face when they take
the drug. And incidents such as
the September d e a t h of 20-
year-old Ann Arbor resident Er-
ic Rendel, only serve to strength-
en the views of t h e medical
profession.

IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE TROUBLES . . .
come to :
FREDERICK WISEMAN'S DOCUMENTARY
(producer of 'HIGH SCHOOL')
HOSPITAL
It may make you feel lucky just to be alive!

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"thHOSPITAL is a study of an institution or, more precisely,
of the people who serve and are served by a government-sup-
ported agency. The people of HOSPITAL can administer an emetic
to a young art student poisoned by a bad mescaline pill, they can
stand sympathetically by as he retches the poison out of his sys-
tem, . . but they cannot cure his sickness. That is the theme of
the film.eThe people of HOSPITAL are in no position to practice
preventive medicine on an entire society."
taken from Life TV Review
Sponsored by: THE PROJECT COMMUNITY
ONE NITE ONLY-MONDAY, NOV. 16th
Architecture Auditorium-7:00, 9:05 and 11:00 p.m.
Donation $1.00

BLACK STUDENT UNION
BENEFIT RALLY
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MINISTER OF DEFENSE, SUPREME COMMANDER
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American Field Service meeting, Sun.,
Nov. 15, 7 p.m.. 3-C Union.
UM Folk Dance Club, Friday Eve-I
nings, 7:30-11:00 p.m. Barbour Gym.
Teaching from 7:30-9:00 p.m. Open to!
all.
Zeta Phi Beta - Phi Beta Sigma Week-
end. "Always Together", Fri., Nov. 13,I
1970 Benefit Dance 9:00 - 1 :00 a.m. 50cj
or 25c and 1 can of canned goods Sat.,
Nov. 14, 75c. Markley Hall.
* * * *
Yoga Instruction by qualified instruc-
tors. Sponsored by Self-Realization Fel-
lowship. Call Linda after 6 p.m. at3
761 -9825.
Chinese Students Assoc. sponsoringI
an art showing of works by Aloysius,
Kwan at the "Rive Gauche" (Madelon1
Pound House - at E. Univ. & Hill),
Nov. 13 & 14th Fri, and Sat., 7:30-12:00
midnight. Also celebrating C h i n a
Weekend.

3 new softly
shiny Lovelids
shadows for eyes:
Cream, Grey,
Lavender, $1.50.

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Hill Auditorium

Nov. 17, 1970

8:00 P.M.

DONATION: $1.50 in advance-$2.00 at the door
TICKETS on sale in the Fishbowl Daily
FREE ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS

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TATE STREET at NORTH UNIVERSITY
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schools of management will be at * * *
Placement Services, drop in any time UM Graduate Outing Club, Every
from 1-4 p.m. New York State School Sunday Rain or Shine, 1:30 p.m., meet
of industrial and Labor Relations at at Huron St. side of Rackham where
,l. Cornell, and The Babcock School of cars will leave for an afternoon of hik-
Management at Wake Forest University. ing. Dinner is optional after the hike.

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What should I serve when the boys drop over?
The perfect beverage for moments of celebration
and good fellowship like this is Pabst Blue Ribbon
beer. Its good old-time flavor helps break the ice
and get the party rolling.

THE OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES
POLICY BOARD
is how forming Policy Unit Committees in
Housing, Health Service, Placement, International
Center, Counseling, Student organizations, and Stu-
dent and community relations.
Students and faculty interested in serving on these commit-
tees should come to
3540 Student Activities Building
Monday, November 16 at 2:30
or Col
764-7465 before 5:00

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0. What's the oldest
brewery in Milwaukee?
A. Last year Pabst Brewing Com-
fy, the oldest in Milwaukee, cele-

brated 126 years of brewing great beer. And that's older
than your father's, father's, father's, father's moustache. Which
brings us to our point: if you believe that practice makes per-
fect, then you can't find a more perfect beer than a Pabst.

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Wanted to Know flout Deer
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0.
A.

Who are these guys?
This is a group photo

of our bowli

team. It was taken in 1893, the y
Pabst won the Blue Ribbon as AmE
ca's best beer. We still brew our b4
the old-time premium way.Our bowl
team hasn't changed much either.

0.
A.

a miniature world of modern design for the dorm desk
appeals to everyone in touch with today and
tomorrow. ..each de sig n pleasing to the eye and
touch in moulded clear and matte-finish plastics.
A. Cylndrix see-thru jars with white or orange
lift-off cap and base. 53/" high for paper clips
and little things $6. 102" high for pencils, $9,
B. Desk set of paperweight bank and pencil

What'll you have?
Pabst Blue Ribbon, because
it has something no other
beer has .. . good old-time
flavor. And if perchance we
have not covered every-
thing you've always wanted
to know about beer but
were afraid to ask ... quell
those fears. You'll find the
answers to all your ques-

4. What are these horses trying to pull?
A. They're pulling one day's production of Pabst beer. This often caused
traffic jams outside the brewery. These tieups were the results of efforts
to supply the increasing demand for Pabst. A demand that has remained
unquenched to the present day.

5.
0. How is Pabst

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