Friday,.Ottober 1, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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& Non-Linguistic Communication,"
WUOM: Kenneth Pike "Language
& Non-Liuguistic Communication,"
Sponsored by Dept. of Anthropol;
Ob Gyn/Bio Eng Seminars: Bruce
Work, Jr 'Dynamics of Amniotic
Fluid Turnover," L2204 Women's
Guild House: Bunyon Bryant
"Impressions of China," luncheon
speaker, 802 Monroe, noon.
Int'l Ctr: coffee hour, Ctr, 3:30
Guild House: Campus Ministry,
Senegalese dinner; 802 Monroe, 6
Int'l Students Recreation: Cent
Campus Rec Bldg, 7 pm.
UAC: Steve Goodman, Vassar
Clements; Power, 7:30 pm.
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CEW Scholarships for Women
Awards: approx 22 CEW Scholar-
ships from $500-$2000:
Eligibility: women whose educa-
tion has been interrupted for 24
consecutive months, minimum, &
who are pursuing any academic/
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:r grad; full/part time, at any UM
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admission. Applicants must submit
statement of financial need. Appli-
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Announcement of winners: 4/21/77
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CP&P will offer a Career Plan-
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Participants learn & practice basic
Skills of career planning: self-ex-
ploration, career - exploration &
decision-making. The Seminar con-
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"CHRISTIANEGIFTS and SOCIAL JUSTICE:
A DIALOGUE" with
Dr. Phillip O'Mara,
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member of the Word of God community
THE REV. PAUL DOTSON, Director,
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ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
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Antelope of the Apocalypse
Since June, these two four-legged adventurers have been seen frequenting a suburban Milwaukee cemetery appropriate-
ly titled Wanderer's Rest. Recently they have been the target of numerous small boys with slingshots and BB guns,
seriously endangering their health. However, they soon will be removed to a Wisconsin wildlife refuge where they will
lead a less spooky life.
URVEY FINDS MANY SAY YES:
Would you kill for money.
(MSA) is interviewing for the following
TREASURER, ELECTIONS DIRECTOR
and DIRECTOR OF
MSA is also interviewing for positions on various
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CHICAGO (AP) - "What is
the least amount of money you
would take to push a button
to kill a person inside a black
box - no one would ever know
wht you did?"
A psychologist put that ques-
tion to 200 persons around An-
drews Air Force Base near
Washington, D.C., in 1975 and
to an additional 452 persons in-
terviewed this year in St.
Mary's County, Md.
THEIR ANSWERS, said Dr.
Paul Cameron, point to a dis-
regard for the value of human
life in American society.
The people interviewed were
divided into two groups. Those
who acknowledged havingsdelib-
erately killed someone-usually
in military service - or hav-
ing tried to do so were in one
group. Those who had never
killed or tried to were in the
Forth-five per cent of those
who had killed before said they
would murder for money, Cam-
eron said. The average price
for them was $20,000.
OF THOSE who had never
killed or tried to, 25 per cent
said they would do it and their
average price was $50,000, he
"Lethality feeds upon itself,"
said Careron, who teaches now
at the Graduate School of Psy-
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Friday, October 1, 1976
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chology at Fuller Theological
Seminary in Pasadena, Calif.
He formerly taught in Maryland
and did the studies at that time.
Cameron reported on his work
recently at the annual meeting
of the National Federation of
Catholic Physicians' Guilds in
Oak Brook, Ill. He elaborated
in a telephone interview.
CAMERON SAID an estimated
20 million persons in the United
States have "participated in
killing humans in various con-
"Their attitudes toward life
cannot help but influence our
society in a deathward direc-
tion," he said. "Part of the le-
thal trend toward death is the
growing power of the military
mind in our society."
Returning military personnel
do not, as Americans tend to
think, just come home and "eat
apples, bake pies, have chil-
dren," Cameron said. They re-!
only affects the willingness to
kill again but also attitudes to-
ward the value of human life,
he said. The surveys indicated
that those who had killed or
tried to kill were only about half
as inclined as nonkillers to con-
tinue life support measures for
gravely ill persons, especially
the aged, he said.
"Those who have killed hu-
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turn with a different, more man beings are very different
lethal view toward life, he said, from non killers in their atti-
and this is passed on to their tudes toward both murder and
children. euthansia (mercy killing)," said
The experience of killing not Cameron.
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