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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, March.31. 197V

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By The Associated Press terviews, the men provided fresh "I wasn't prepared to become a
Former U.S. prisoners of war details. They did not discuss re- prisoner," he said, "and had de-
yesterday discussed the torture and ports of servicemen who cooper- cided I would never get captured. I'
brutality they underwent at the ated with the enemy or possible was going to fire five bullets into
hands of their communist captors. retribution. Military sources said the Vietnamese and use the sixth
"After about an hour or two," said earlier they had been told by the on myself, but then I decided be-
one man, "I actually hoped they Pentagon to maintain their silence ing dead lasts a long time." I
would kill me." on this issue. Galanti said he surrendered and
The men had kept silent until the Navy Lt. Cmdr. Paul Galanti of later was interrogated and repeat-
last of the POWs, originally sched- Richmond, Va., who was shot down I edly tortured with ropes by the
uled for release in Indochina land- June 17, 1966, said he was sur- North Vietnamese. He said he fin-
ed Thursday at Clark Air Base in rounded by about 50 North Viet- ally answered questions - with
the Philippines. namese peasants when he reached fabricated answers.
At news conferences and in in- the ground. Galanti said his doctor at Ports-
t's not j Ust a lot of hot air:
smoking among teens on rise
K I

ptIVity
mouth Naval Hospital confirmed
he'd been subjected to an LSD-type
drugging. For months afterward,
he said, he heard voices telling
him of people who were coming
after him. "To counter them," he
said, "I began to talk back to
them. I'd say, 'Well, look, this
isn't real, so go away."'
Hospital officials declined con-
ment on the drug.
Another former prisoner of war,
Ernest Brace, was kept in soli-
tary confinement in a bamboo cage
for almost five years.
One day in 1966, informants said,
Brace attempted to escape but was
caught. His captors placed him in
stocks for several days, sitting up
day and night, then buried him up
to his neck in a hole, they said. In
that time, during which- he was I
exposed to the sun, he was given
a little food and water.
Charles Willis, a civilian worker,
was the manager of the Voice of
America station in Hue when he
was captured by the Viet Cong.
"One thing is for sure," he said.
"there are kind and humane peo-
ple all over the world and I ex-
perienced both types."

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number of teen-age smokers con-
tinues to rise, even though can-
cer caused by smoking takes
70,000 to 80,000 lives a year, the
president of the American Can-
cer Society said yesterday.
Dr. Arthur James of the Ohio
State University School of Medi-
cine, in Columbus said the in-
crease comes principally among
teen-age girls who have started
smoking.
The cancer society said that
the percentage of teen-age boys,

aged 1248, who smoke cigarettes
rose from 14.7 in 1968 to 15.7
in 1972. But more significantly,
the percentage of teen-age girls
rose sharply from 8.4 in 1968 to
13.3 in 1972.
If the trend among the girls
continues, the society said, t h e
percentage of adult smokers,
male and female, will be about
the same. At present, the per-
centage of adult male smokers
is 43.2; women, 30.9. The figure
comes from government surveys,
the society said.

Creationists ask 'equal
time for God in texts
SACRAMENTO, Cal. (UPI) - sides of the story," Assemblyman!
Spurned by the state Board of Ed- Wakefield said in an interview.:
ucation, divine creationists are go- "If the legislature is fair, it will
ing to the legislature with their put creation and evolution on equalI
campaign to get "equal time" with I footing.
Charles Darwin's evolutionary the- Wakefield, author of a success-I
ory in public schools. ful antibusing initiative, said heI
"Omitting the theory of creation may sponsor an initiative in 1974
from public texts is worse than to guarantee a place for creation
book burning," said Alive Vipiana, theories in public schools if the
head of a new group called Crea- legislature fails to pass the GOP
tion Evolution Equality that was bill.
formed to push for new legislation. While thrice rejecting proposals
"You can't 'call it anything but at nld raintere nsi
censorship," she added in an in- to inctex creationtheoris induci-
terview Thursday. "Evolution and tion did make some concessions. It
creation must be given equal has voted to reduce the presenta-
time. tion of evolutionary theory from
pledgesanR faelresideconsevativ purported fact to simple specula-I
GOP assemblymen to carry the tion.
Creationists decided to fight for
new legislations after the state
board thwarted their moves toin- CA PU
clude the theory of special crea-
tion -in science texts to counter- Theatre Phone668-6416
balance the theory of evolution.
"Our children should get both Sat., Sun., & Wed. at
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James spoke at a science writ-
ers' seminar sponsored by t h e
cancer society.
Lung cancer kills more people
than any other cancer. An esti-
mated 72,000 of the 350,000 who
will die of cancer in 1973 w iI
succumb to lung cancer. "And al-
most all of these deaths are pre-
ventable," the surgeon said.
If cigarette smoking were eli-
minated, the death toll for all
cancer could be reduced by as
much as. one-fifth, he said.
James said that even though
the facts about the dangers of
cigarette smoking have been
widely disseminated, "there has
been a counter wave of induce-
ment and almost of seduction to
keep the cigarette smoker shack-
led to his addiction and to entrap
new converts among the young."
Eighty per cent of lung can-
cers result from cigarette smok-
ing, but it also is involved in can-
cers of the larynx, kidney, eso-
phogus, pharynx, urinary blad-
der and pancreas.
"Altogether these sites, along
with lung cancer, account for
about 100,000 deaths a year,"
James said. "Conservatively it
can be estimated that from 70,-
000 to 80,000 of these deaths are
related to cigarette smoking."
The number of adult ex-cigar-
ette smokers has risen over the
years, with 29 million having quit
by the end of 1970, he reported.

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