THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, November 1, 1972
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Hundreds give blood
ii Red Cross drive
By DAVID STIOLL says. If the bank gets started, he
Lliindreds of students are tapping adds, every University student will
their veins in the Union Ballroom be entitled to blood as well.
this week as part of a Red Cross Mike Lewis, '72, a member of
sponsored blood drive to build a Vietnam Veterans Against the War,
St"dent Blood Bank. says he's "giving blood back" and
The drive marks the fourth at- notes that "it's very easy unless
tempt in the last few years to you don't like the color red."
establish a free source of blood for None of the donors admitted that
students. According to Bruce Mad- giving blood hurt. In fact, none
dalena, '74, chairman of the blood would admit that they even felt
bank drive, more than 400 pints weak afterward (which may be
of blood are needed today and to- due to the fact that they were given
-orrow in order to get the pro- doughnuts to restore theirvitality).
brain started. The drive will continue today
Donors are not paid, and most and tomorrow between 11 a.m. and
of the nurses and staff who run the 5 p.m.
operation are volunteers. Donors Donors must be at least 18 years
and their immediate families are old, weigh 110 pounds or more, and
entitled to free blood for a year have taken no drugs or medication
should they need it, Maddalena recently.
When was the last lime you saw
a good old-fashioned MUCKRA tE I
Pulitzer Prize winning columnist
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 at 8:00 p.m.
Daily Photo by ROLFE TESSEM
Zoet during the Red Cross-sponsored blood drive
NURSE DOROTHY COLLIER draws blood from Fran
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SPEAKING BEFORIE POLITICAL SCIENCE 111, CON-
GR E SSM AN ISCII'S OPPONL NT H AS SUGGESTED
THAT C:ONGRESSM AN ESCII IS A LOYAL SUPPORT-
IR OF PRISIDINT NIXON'S VIETNAM POLICY . . .
Congressmon Esch has opposed two Pres-
idents on the Vietnam war. In 1967, he was
one of the first Republicans to call for a de-
escalation of the war and a halt in the
bombing. Since 1968, he has continually
pushed for a speed up in American with-
drawals and has opposed the expansion of
the war into Indochina. In 1971, he intro-
duced a five-step peace plan which set a
date certain for American withdrawal. Most
recently, he has introduced legislation to cut
off all funding for the war in Indochina,
subject only to an agreement for the release
of American POW's and the identification
of those missing in action.
Says Ralph Nader in his recent report
on Congress, "Congressman Esch is in the
forefront of Republican doves, seeing not
only the human waste in Southeast Asia,
but the economic debree and the need to
ON NOVEMBER 7th WE HOPE YOU WILL
VOTE ON THE BASIS OF RECORD
RATHER THAN RHETORIC.
Keep ESCH in Conggress
.. a RECORD to believe in
Paid for by Students for Esch Committee, Cynthia Haidostion,
Chairman; Craig Ruff, Treasurer.
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