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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 19, 1973

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Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, September 19, 1973

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W E DEMAND
" Rollback of tuition

PINS A1.ND NEEDLI
Approval P
likely for AcupuE
(Continued from Page 1)
r AMERICAN DOCTORS and sci-1
entists do not know why acupunc-l
ture is so effective, but easternersi
believe that it involves the physi-c
(Continued from Page 1) cal manipulation of energy.I
policy matters, has been a con- Rossman explained that when
tinual point of friction. disease or pain occurs, the body
McGovern said that if Kissinger energy is blocked from its regular
is confirmed, at least Congress w1 ill!pattern of flow through the sys-
then be able to cross examine tem. The proper placement of
publicly the man who is really needles in the acupuncture points
directing foreign policy in his breaks up the block and allows the
present post at the White House." flow to continue.
But McGovern said he was voting
against the Kissinger nomination on
grounds of conscience. He saidA gnewn B
Kissinger and Nixon "needlessly IU t(i} ti~
prolonged the slaughter in Indo-
china since 1969 . . . They close
their eyes to the slaughter frmr y
hundreds of thousandssof Bengal rsr
at a time (1971) when the Nixon
administration was tilting toward (Continued from Page 1)t
Pakistan against India." White House, denied he was the
unnamed Republican Party leader,
I and said he had no advance knowl-1
jedge of the report.
Senate Democratic Leader Mike1
Mansfield (D-Mont.) told report-c
ers: "I was kind of surprised. It
is kind of interesting-but it is thet
first I have heard of the report."I
BUT CONGRESSIONAL observ-
ers agreed that the resignation oft
Agnew at this time, with the Sen-i
ate Watergate hearings due to re-
Atetosropcieme nx-ody wudda h
Attention Prospective Nixon adminstraton ataggering
Synchronized Swimmers blow.
A congressional Democratic lead-
er said the resignation would be
I accepted by much of the country
M ichii sh as a sign that Agnew was guilty of
taking illegal payments, even if it
- was later proved he was innocent.
Agnew, who until the illegal pay-
ments allegations were disclosedi
109crwas considered a leading contend-
WED., SEPT. 2 er for the Republican presidential i
nomination in 1976, denied at pressi
OCT. 3-.- pmconferences last month that he was
thinking of resigning.
MARGA R ET"I WILL REMAIN in the high c
office to which I was twice elect-1
BEL L ed," he said. .
POOL But "leaks" to the press havet
POOLbeen such that Agnew angrily1
charged he was being "indicted byc

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use

Used as an anesthesia the need- births, tonsilitis, and for the re-
les block pain impulses by stimu- moval of brain tumors.
lating all other nerve impulses "It can even give you a real
which travel through the spinal nice high," said Rossman. "I had
cord. one guy who said it was like taking
Acupuncture has been known to three 'reds'. It's great for relaxa-
aid in the cure of neck and back tion and I treat myself whenever I
aches, arthritis pain, headaches, have a hangover."
hay fever, asthma, ulcers, tennis Rossman described his acupunc-
elbow, menstrual pains, and hang- ture treatment as "amazingly sim-
overs. ple"
SIT HAS BEEN successfully used First he examines the patient to
as an anesthesia for cesarian decide where to place the needles.
Once he locates the various points
(there are between 700-800 tradi-
* etional acupuncture points) he gen-
tly twirls 'the needle until a ting-
ling or numbing sensation is felt
by the patient. The needle goes in
" about one fourth of an inch below
the surface of the skin.
THERE ARE various ways of ap-
the press." plying acupuncture, the major ones

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rises

Nixon then came to his aid, say-
ing his confidence in Agnew's in-
tegrity had not been shaken by the
charges made against him, but had
b e e n strengthened by Agnew's
courageous conduct and his ability.
UNTIL THE storm broke over
the alleged illegal payments, Ag-
new had been, regarded as the
senior administration official not
touched by the quagmire of the
Watergate scandal. I

neing needmes, massage ana the
latest and perhaps most effective
is the use of ultra sonic sound ma-
chines.
Rossman has been practicing ac-
upuncture for six months in Stin-
son, California. ie, along with
hundreds of other doctors, plans
to go to China to learn more about
the process of acupuncture.
And the Chinese? They've been
using it for five thousand years.

* Complete

implementation of Black

Ac ton ovement demands

as agreed

to by the University in

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970

" Increased financial aid for all in need

Poice crack down
on posting handbills

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(Continued from Page 1)
on the posting of handbills without
property owners consent, also stip-
ulates that "no one shall knowingly
remove property not his own from
any building, fence, tree or pole."
And according to Raaflaub, mer-
chants in the State Street area
have done exactly that. They have
hired crews to remove handbills
not only from their own property,
but also from trash containers
owned by the city and utility poles

TON IGHT

East Quad

Room 126

7:30

STUDENT ACTION COMMITTEE

That's right! A new name for
you apartment hunters-and
at this time of year it must
be a welcome sight.

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owned by Detroit Edison.
"THE POSTERS are . someone
else's property," s a i d Raaflaub.
"On the face of it it is illegal for
anyone to remove them if they're
posted on another person's prop-
erty."
City Attorney Ed Pear said yes-
terday that no city merchants have
ever been prosecuted for cleaning
up their business districts, but ad-
mitted that the TU member might
have a "legitimate defense" if he
brought the matter up in court.
Krasny denied the charge that
his department had, intended -to
enforce the ordinance selectively.
He said that the part of' the ordi-
nance which appears to prohibit
handbill clean-up e f f o r t s "has
never really been brought to our
attention before."
THE HANDBILL crackdown
comes -close on the heels of harsh-
er enforcements of both marijuana
laws and traffic laws-particularly
with regard to bicycles.
In each case, Krasny has denied
any change in enforcement policy.
People! Music! Food!
BACH CLUB
PRESENTS:
Pat VAUGHAN, basse
Huw LEWIS, piano
Ellen BENSON, piano
Playing works of
Beethoven, Bach, Schumann
Thurs., Sept. 20---8 p.m.
East Quad Greene Lounge
Everyone invited! No musical
knowledge needed.
ADMISSION: 50c
Apple crisp with cream
served afterward
further info: 761-0102
or 665-6265

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