THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, October 14, 19 /f
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Certainty of China Swine flu vaccine
(Continued from Page 1) vate most of the students is to
out into the world." present an issue that affects
Luker reminded the students them personally. U of M stu-
of the November elections and dents have no issues they can
appealed to them to . "vote be approached on on a per-
against everybody that voted sonal level."
against education." REP. PERRY BULLARD (D-
Ann Arbor) who spoke briefly
ALTHOUGH the rally had to the students, said following
been previously publicized on the rally that the meager turn-
campus, only 10 University Stu- out of University students was
dents - three of whom were "disappointing."
MSA members - traveled the
distance to Lansing to partici- "It shows that working class
pate. L gstudents are more affected by
"That's because mommy and the pinch, but it's going to af-#
daddv are ain for their (Uni- feet (University students) soon
Ucuy u p .+y16 g ussku
versity students) education," re-
marked Luker following the ral-
"I think the University of
Michigan has gone from being
the Berkeley of the Midwest to
being the citadel of Republican
conservatism in Michigan," he
said. "The only way 'to moti-
too," he said.
Bullard asked the assembled
students to vote against ballot
Proposal C - the tax limita-
tion amendment to the State
Constitution - which he claim-
ed would increase the tuition
burden by forcing further cuts
in state aid to colleges.
PEKING (Reuter) - The Chi- red," one well-informed source (Continued from Page 1) 500,000 people vaccinated so far
nese yesterday provided the said. local or county closing in about have been over 65 or chronic-
first possible indication that On the streets of Peking half a dozen other areas. ally ill - the group considered
Mao Tse-tung's widow, Chiang there were no signs of tensionI Medical authorities in areas especially vulnerable to the
Ching, and three leftists leaders or extra security. Many I where clinics were closed said dangers of swine flu.
havebeen purged. are leva ecurt.hae Chinese they were simply being extra
. are believed to have been brief- cautious. "I'm not taking any THE FUROR surrounding the
Foreign correspondents who ed about the reported arrests, chances," said Dr. Joseph vaccine started Tuesday with
tried to buy official photographs but in the past few days the ,'raig, health director of Santa the announcement that three
of the four at the New China capital has been noticeably re- Cruz County in California who Pittsburgh - area residents, all
New Agency were told none laxed. halted the immunization pro- in their 70s and all with a his-
was available. So far there have been no gram. tory of heart or lung trouble,
AN ASSISTANT said the de-'reports of reaction from Shang- The mass immunization pro- died after receiving the flu
partment was busy and the hai, the staunchly radical city gram started less than two s
only p ctures for sale were of which provides the political weeks ago. It has not yet begun The vaccine used in Pitts-
new Communist Party Chair- power base for the four leaders. at all in 21 states. Most of the burgh is now being tested by
man ua uo-Fng.the government. A spokesman,
man Hua Kuo-Fen g. I for the Center for Disease Con-
In the past, photographs of ; trol said, meanwhile, there was
disgraced leaders have been ; B ri e r o E IJi5 no evidence that the deaths
quickly withdrawn. Observers were connected to the vaccine.
said this was a possible indica- He said a certain number of
tion the four leftist radicals, i deaths could be expected each
who are reported under arrest, . o fin a n ce 0o tIday among elderly or chronic-
were no longer in good stand- ,ally ill persons whether they
ing. ;receive vaccinations or not.
An official spokesman said (Continued from Page Brinkerhoff's long career of All the Pittsburgh victims re-
they had "no comment" on for- mat om e Regents. But financial management recoi- ceived inoculations from one
eign press reports of about Fleming expects them toc mended him to the Board, since I particular batch of vaccine. So
30 more arrests. Western dilofirm it at their meeting tomor- t postsomeonen h died in riA
30 moe arrsts. ester dipl- I _.,.. 4 ,,-- .s. n-- he- , . ,iv,,i.__rai ama wo ieii Ford
MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE
DR. SAUL STERNBERG
Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J.
"TRANSFORMATION OF VISUAL
MEMORY REVEALED BY
SEARCH AND RECALL RATES"
THURSDAY, OCT. 14
LECTURE at 3:45 p.m. Room 1057 MHRI
TEA at 3:15 p.m. Room 2055 MHRI
mas-a_ ohe suressadrow, and says the Board has
mats and other sngr said already authorized him to ne-
they had heard nothing to sub- gotiate with Brinkerhoff.
stantiate the reports. In March, Pierpont - who
has been with the University
SO FAR the Chinese have since 1951 - announced his in-
made no attempt to deny that tention to resign his adminis-
four Politburo members - Chi- trative post and return to teach-
ang Ching, Wang Hung-Wen, t in
Can ing.hi o an Y
Chang Chun-chiao and Yao WITHIN DAYS Fleming had
Wen-Yuan - have been de- appointed a search committee
tained and accused of plotting to find a successor. Under the
a coup. leadership of Law Prof. Allen
"Further arrests can ob- Smith, the committee spent the
viously not be ruled out but summer months sifting through
there has been no evidence to Ithe applicants. They submitted
a final list of candidates to the
indicate they have yet occur- Regents in September.
knowledgable in fiscal affairs,
personnel, plant operations and
building construction, purchas-
ing, business operations, invest-
ments, legal affairs and audit
Perhaps equally impressive
was the fact that Brinkerhoff
was - in Laro's words - "BillE
and authorities in some states
stopped using vaccine from the
same lot. Eight states, includ-
ing Louisiana, suspended im-
munization programs imme-
diately and by midday yester-
day, Michigan had joined the,
list, with officials reporting
three deaths following inocula-
# Deciding on a Law Career?
0 Over 35 Law Schools on Campus.
T THURSDAY, OCT. 21
10 A.M. to 3 P.M.
"ANYONE who learned fi- OFFICIALS in Michigan's
nancial management from that Genesee County yesterday con-
excellent man can be expected' firmed that 92-year-old Charles
to follow in his footsteps," said Clark of Clio died of a heart at-
Laro. tack after receiving a flu shot
"I think he's superbly quali- in his doctor's office..
fied," added Fleming. "He was Genesee County Health Direc-I
Mr. Pierpont's number two man tor Bernard Berman said Clark
when he was here, and then he had a long history of emphy-
went to Minnesota and was sema and heart problems and
their number one man." I said that "as far as anybodI
'U' profs discover
Queen Tiy mummy
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lieve she was his mother: oth-
an offering to the gods, or t
depict her title or high pose
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Brinkerhoff served as a mem-
ber of the Ann Arbor City Coun-
cil from 1958 to 1960, and was
active in community affairs
here until he went to Minne-
"We are immenselyspleased
that he will rejoin us," said
Fleming, "so we may enjoy
both the benefits of his long ex-
perience on our campus
can tell, there was no real ef-
fect of the shot causing any-
John Cook, spokesman for the
state health department, said
state disease experts will per-
form a thorough investigation
of the circumstances surround-
ing all three deaths. He said
the investigation may take sev-
There IS a difference!!
LMCAT *LSAT -DAT
ers say'she was his grandmoth-
er. The University's scientifig
Like most other ancient royal team located the mummy o
I "the elder lady" through re
gyinbtombs placQueenas rob- peated expeditions into the Val
bed. All royal identification was ey of the Kings along the Ni
stripped from themummy.Rser. The Vale tiof the King
IAround 1000 B.C., high priests wah taiinl bra
collected the mummies from ground for Egypt's ancient roy
many pharoahs and queens, altv.
and reburied them in the tomb After numerous scientifi
of Amenhotep IL tests, lasing X-rays and chemi
f AeND eTWOother unident- cal hair comparisons, "the eldei
TIY ND WO oherunidnt-lady" was positively identifier
ified mummies were placed in as Queen Tiy.
a side burial chamber, origi-
nally discovered by G. Elliot HARRIS WAS assisted in th
Smith, a British anatomist. work by Dr. Ibrahim El Nara
Thought to be historically un-' wy, first- curator of the Egyp
important, the mummies were: tian Museum in Cairo; Charle
then reinterhred in a sealed ante- Cox, a University chemist
chamber. Charles Kowalski, a Universit
Smith's writings and photo- biostatistician; Pa=l Ponitz
graphs of the mummies put clinical professor of dentistr
Dr. Edward Wente, chairman at the University; Geoffres
of the Near' East Languages Walker, University associat
and Civilizations at the Univer- professor of dentistry; and Su
sity of Chicago, on Queen Tiy's san Walker, University researci
trail several years ago. Wente assistant.
later became a member of the Harris is an orthodontist, an
University's team. thropologist, and genetecist.
Photographs of Tiy's mummy,
described by Smith as "the eld-
er lady," showed her left arm
crossed against her chest, as A rb death
if holding something.
"THIS' WAS UNUSUAL," said -
Harris, because in ancient a contract
IEgypt, women were buried with
their arms extended. The arm
might be acrpss her chest for
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THE FBI becanm e involved i~
the case when a warrant charg
ing unlawvful flight was issued
An arrest warrant for firs
degree murder has also beer
Stejskal also confirmed yes
terday that Leah Knox, though
to be a former University stu
dent, is the woman police be
lieve fled with the suspect.
"IT'S OUR BELIEF that sh
hasn't turned up anywherE
(yet)," he said, indicating thi
Knox mi t still be accompany,
No file exists for Knox at the
University, according to an em
ploye in the records depart
ment, although police believ
she attended school here.
Boukai, who would have turn
ed 18 next week, was studying
to be an environmental lawye)
in the School of Natural Resour
aces. A life-long Ann Arbor resi
dent, she was an honors studeni
at Pioneer High School and ac
tive in local church activities
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