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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 21, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, November 21, 1972

JEAN WESTWOOD
Democratic head to resign?

Residential College
seeks new director

WASHINGTON ()-The chair-
person of the Democratic National
Committee opened the door yester-
day for her possible resignation but
said she would resist efforts to roll
back some party reforms.
Jean Westwood, who has served
as party chief since Democratic
presidential candidate George Mc-
Govern backed her for the post in

C-)
July, said in a statement that her tack in recent days by some Demo-
own future "is subordinate to con- cratic governors, officials of the
siderations about the future of the AFL-CIO and others in the party
party." who say she should step down in
"I have until Dec. 9 to decide the wake of McGovern's over-
how my own future as chairperson whelming defeat.
of the Democratic National Com- Her opponents within the party
mittee fits into these considera- have said she is too closely asso-
tions," Westwood said. ciated with McGovern and party
Westwood has been under at- reforms initiated by McGovern to

Nominations will be taken until
Monday, Nov. 27, for students in-
terested in serving on the search
committee to select a new director
for the Residential College ,(RC).
Interested students can obtain
a questionnaire from classical
studies Prof. T. V. Buttrey, search
committee chairman. The final
choice will be made by the RC's
Representative Assembly.
James Robertson, appointed RC
director in 1967 when the college
was formed, will leave his post at
the end of next term.
Acting Chemistry Department

nhairman, Thomas Dunn has been
appointed as one of six faculty
members on the search committee.
(Dunn suspended chemistry Prof.
Mark Green for showing anti-war
slides earlier this term.)
The other four faculty members
of the search committee include:
psych Prof. Donald Brown, .geo-
graphy Prof. Ann Larimore, geol-
ogy Prof. Henry Pollack and Span-
ish Prof. Frances Weber.
Dunn and the other five mem-
bers were choosen for the search
committee by Rhodes and the LSA
Executive Committee.

Vitamin E surrounded
by myths, says doctor

remain effective as party chair-
man.
The 303-member Democratic Na-
tional Committee meets Dec. 9 and
is expected to act on a move to'
oust Westwood if she has not re-
signed by that time.I

All in the family
A smiling royal family poses for cameras yesterday at Buckingham Palace as part of the celebration
of the 25th wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip. From left: Prince Charles;
Prince Edward; the Queen; Prince Phillip; Prince Andrew; and Princess Ann.
PURSUE CEASE-FIRE:
Kissinger, Tho beg in secret
peace negotiaions in Partis

DALLAS (P)-There's more myth
than fact in the current popularity
of Vitamin E, a St. Louis research-
er suggests.
Ninety per cent of the money
spent on Vitamin E is wasted, said
Dr. Robert Olson, p'rofessor of bio-
chemistry, medicine and surgery
at St. Louis University. He told
newsmen at sessions of the Ameri-
can Heart Association meeting this
week that wheat germ oil, other
vegetable oils and plain vegetables
are good natural sources of the
vitamin.
He said there was a long list of
conditions for which Vitamin E
has been thought helpful, includ-
ing menstrual disorders, abortion,
burns, a number of heart and vas-
cular ailments, rheumatic fever,
ulcers, diabetes and kidney dis-
eases. Some people, he noted, also
mistakenly believed that Vitamin
E improved virility.
Actually, Olson said, the only
type of disease found to benefit
from large doses of Vitamin E is a

In her statement yesterday, she
cardiovascular ailment known as stressed the Democratic party and
intermittent claudication. its future rather than her own
In this disease, the circulation of role.
arteries of the legs is impaired, "Everything I will be doing in
making walking difficult and pain- the next several weeks and every
ful. calculation I will make about my
Olsen said he was "pleading own future will be based on my
for a more scientific approach" to conception of what is best for the
settling arguments over use of Vit- Democratic party as a whole,
amin E in large doses. Westwood said in her statement.
The major usefulness of the vit- "The cornerstone of that con-
amin in therapy, Olson said, is in ception is that the party must re-
treating Vitamin E deficiency, a main open to the participation of
relatively rare disorder in human "wl s
beings. "I will resist with all my strength
With rare exceptions, the daily to roll back the progress we have
diet provides all the Vitamin E made and any and all efforts to
needed by the body - about 20 punish any segments of the partyr
milligrams - he said, noting that or to indulge in useless and des-
some persons who prescribe the tructive recrimination," she said.
vitamin for themselves take as "What we must do is build on the'
much as 1,000 milligrams a day. foundations we now have."
Unlike some other vitamins tak- At no point in her five-paragraph
en in large doses, Vitamin E does statement did Westwood state, as
not have any adverse effects, he she has previously since the elec-
said, probably because it is not tion, that she would not resign be-
easily absorbed in the body. fore the Dec. 9 DNC meeting.

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(Continued from Page 1) insist that there be no major modi-
the war in Indochina. fication to the nine-point agree-
"My instructions are to stay for ment announced Oct. 26 by the!
long as it is useful and to con- North Vietnamese government.
as Le Duc Tho said on arrival here
duct the talks in a spirit of con-..
ciliation, moderation and goodwill," last Friday that his government
he said.wa determined to abide by the!
he saidVI- s provisions of the draft agreement
He added that if the North Viet- and demanded that the United
namese negotiators displayed the States do likewise.
same spirit of understanding and The two major issues holding up
flexibility which characterized last a settlement involve the question]
month's meetings, "A rapid settle- of North Vietnamese forces in
ment of the war is probable." South Vietnam and a "National
But Hanoi's team is expected to Council of Reconciliation and Con-l
50 protest La. slayings
(Continued from Page 1) tion Movement) demands are not,
against the white administration going to be met by next Septem-
here." ber, not because the administra-
Social Work Prof. Madison Fos- tion has been working hard and'
ter spoke about his concerns with finds it impossible to do so, but be-
the drift of American political feel- cause the administration just!
ings. "It's going to become ex- doesn't give a damn."
tremely repressive in America in The BAM demands called for a
the coming years," he said. "The 10 per cent black quota on the
minorities are asking for human-:1 pr.etbac ut nte
isni. We are asking - can people University by fall 1973 and fund-
isrr. W ar asing ca pepleing for supportive services.
be free under a capitalist system
such as now exists? The answer is One of the primary themes in I
a resounding no!" yesterday's speeches was that the
Jacobs closed the -rally saying, rally should not be the end but theE
"Racism on this campus still ex- beginning of protests over the kill-
ists and it won't go away until we ings and University attitude to-
begin to work together to do some- wards racism. However, no accur-I
thing to change this country. ate proposals for further action
"You know the BAM (Black Ac- were mentioned.
Listings continued

cord" to prepare elections in South
Vietnam.

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Kissinger will insist that the
peace agreement makes clear that
the proposed three-segment Na- a............m....s ... ...........
as a coalition government pending TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Musical Society: Itzhak Perlman, vio-
elections, well-informed sources DAY CALENDAR linist, Hill Aud., 8:30 pm.
electionsmna: "on Rive Gauche: S p a n i s h Lan-
said. Biophysics Seminar: B. Price, "Con- guage Night, 1024 Hill St., 9 pm.
Under the terms of the tentative P&A Bldg., 1 pm. GENERAL NOTICES
peace agreement reached last School of Music: Piano Chamber Mu- December 1972 Teacher's Certificate
month, North Vietnamese troops sic Student Recital, SM Recital Hall, Candidates: All requirements f o r
12:30 pm. teacher's certificate must be com-
would remain in South Vietnam to Urban Planning Lecture: Ross Lowes,. pleted by Dec. 4; teacher'stoath should
preserve the territory now con- director, Mich. State Planning Division, be taken soon as possible in Rm. 1225
trolled by the Viet Cong. "Perspectives on State Planning," 364 Sch. of Education; Placement Office
Bus. Ad., 2 pm. material can be obtained from that of-
But Saigon wants these troops LSA Coffee Hour: History dept. 2549 fice in the SAB.
to be withdrawn gradually once a LSA, 3 pm. SUMMER PLACEMENT
ceasefire takes effect. Physics Seminar: R. Field, Brook- A T T E N T I O N: Washington
c haven Nat'l Lab, "Amplitude Analysis Post, Wash., D.C.: Juniors and grad
Other details to be settled in- for Decay Correlation," 2038 Randall students - deadline for applying for
elude: Lab, 4 pm. summer positions is Dec. 1. Work for
Extension Serv. & English Lang. & jnational, state or local in sports, busi-
-Creation of an international Lit: Poetry Reading, Diane Wakoski& ness desks, etc.
peace force to be sent to South author of The Motorcycle Betrayed State of Michigan: Open Competi-
Vietnam as soon as a ceasefire Poems, UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 4:10 tive Examination Announcement for
begins; pm. Bridge workers 05 and Park Ranger 03
be s .School of Music: Flute Student Re- and 05 deadline is Dec. 18. Info and
-Extension of the ceasefire to cital, SM Recitay Hall, 4:30 pm. applications are available.
Laos and Cambodia, School of Music: Opera, Puccini's- -
' . "Sister Angelica," Ibert's "Angelique,"
-Restoration of the demilitarized Lydia Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
zone between North and South Viet- WUOM symposium '72: Live ques-
nam; and tions & .answers with President Flem-
ing; Sara Fitzgerald, Michigan Daily
-The question of an international editor; & Jean D. Cobb, U-M Alumnae
conference to meet 30 days after Council chairwoman; Call-in numbers IIle ?
764-9210, 763-1550, WUOM-FM, 91.7,

Westwood, of West Jordan, Utah,
became the .first woman chairman
of either major political party last
July after McGovern won his
party's nomination in Miami
Beach.

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