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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, November 7, 1973
Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 7, 1973
Artistic prof. uses
skill to help people
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arrived at his present system of
Since developing that system., he
has undertaken a wide range of
assignments. They have included:
-Replacing a finger for a music,
major who had lost one in a boat-
ing accident. The finger Lee made,
though lacking a flexible joint, wasI
functional enough to enable the
man to play clarinet;
-MAKING A plastic toenail for
a young woman who had a deform-k
ed toe that prevented her from
--Constructing a facemask for
a woman who had lost her eyes in
a gun shot accident; and
-Making a pair of artificial
breasts for a woman who had un-
dergone major surgery.
the large amount of soft skin the
mask must be glued against.
"You've seen Mission Impos-
sible " he asks, referring to the
television program's frequent use
of face masks. "Ridiculous. Really
phony. All that theatrical stuff is
latex. It looks great, but it's
strictly a one-shot deal. You can
only wear it once. The things I
work with have to be taken off
every, night, so the skin can
Despite the number of tragic
cases he must deal with, Lee has
found his new field a rewarding
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"AT FIRST I thought it was go-
ing to be depressing," he reflects,
"but then I began to ask myself,
'what can I do for these people?'
We're the last stop. I've never had
THE HARDEST cases Lee has to turn anybody away."
had to handle are the ones in- "Lots of people call me doctor,"
says are like dmsksportatse, ork, he adds thoughtfully. "I don't know
and the problems of matching why. Maybe they don't know any
every wrinkle are compounded by better. Maybe it's just respect."
Back to Attica
Former black militant leader H. Rap Brown leaves the courtroom
in Ellicott City, Md., yesterday after he was cleared of charges
stemming from the 1%7 Cambridge, Md., riots. He was, however,
found guilty of failing to appear at a 1970 hearing in Ellicott City.
He will return to Attica prison in New York state, where he is
currently serving time for other charges.
Police arrest Vesco;
seek his extradition
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election campaign. The " money
later was returned.
The government claimed that in
return for the contribution Mit-
chell and Stans agreed to use their
influence in V(esco's behalf in a
Securities & Exchange Commission
probe of his financial empire. The
SEC eventually lodged a civil suit
IF CONVICTED, Vesco faces up
to 20 years in jail and $25,000 fine.
Mitchell and Stans face jail terms
of up to 50 years and fines of up
to $75,000, if convicted.
A fugitive from justice since last
SMay, Vesco has spent most of his
time in Costa Rica.
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