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I r-1c IVlI~A-1IUAIN L)AILY

Heat miay h
pailents, doe
CHICAGO (AP) - Cancerous
tumors shrank in 14 of 20 ad-
vanced cancer patients who had
their bodies heated to 108 de-
grees in a special treatment,
and a researcher says he is
"very excited with the results."
A paper on -the treatment was
presented at the elinical con-
gress of the American College
of Surgeons, which ends today,
by Dr. James Larkin, profes-
sor of surgery at the University
of New Mexico School of Medi-
cine and the Veterans Admin-
istration Hospital, Albuquerque.
LARKIN AND HIS colleagues,
Drs. W. Sterling Edwards and
Daniel Smith, anesthetized the
patients, then heated their bod-
ies to about 108 degrees with
tubes of heated gas to the lungs
and a heated water blanket
wrapped around them.:
enc Wenesday that 14 ofethe
patients had shrinkage or dis-
appearance of the tumors. In
addition, he said, the -quality
of remaining life for many was
pn, reained"their appetite
and gained weight following the
treatment-.
"We are very excited with the
results of treating cancer pa-

ip eaneer Report

says torture

DAILY OFFIC

ALBULLETIN

ANN Al)F0l [ELM C0-C0)
TONIGH T mn MLB!

Friday, October 15, 1976 of Bus.
I I H SDAY CALENDAR Oct. 18 - American Hospital Sup-
WUOM: Aiton Becker "Speaking ply Corp.
tint wthhet heap,"heAthetis" 9:5 spakn tm. rset Oct. 19 - stanford U./sch. of Bus.,
said. UNITED NATIONS (Reuter) since last year, though show- GuildHouis,": Lunho. GoreAmcan Ho-stalfr SuplYh Cop.s
SIMILAR RESULTS were re- - A U.N. report yesterday said ing some changes, "do not indi- ste peaers Democratic cnate Oct 20ic Hiea's They Procter &
ported earlier this year in an- torture and other forms of cate progress in the restoration. for prosecutor), 802 Monroe, non Gamble Distvibuting Co., Providence
other 21 patients treated at the cruel and inhuman treatment of human rights." ObGyn/BioEng Seminars: T. Krie- Hospital. Lord and Ttylor.
VA Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., "still reach deeply into many ONE SECTION of the 229- n's i H eth Care, L24 Wo-a Over2tirty five law schools wil
by Dr. Harry Leveen, who used levels of Chilean life." page report said: "Torture and~ en's Hosp., non have represcntativee on campus to
radiofrequency radiation to heat It detailed alleged forms of other cruel, inhuman or de- Educational Media: Peary's "Race provide information on programs,
tumos. eatalsois ein std- trtue rngin frm imer graingtretmen orpunsh-for the North Pole," schorling Aud., financial and, and curriculum, and
led as a possible cancer treat- sion in drums of sewage to ex- ment still reach deeply into Intl Ctr2 "Study Skills: Continu- . ll invited to attend. 0 am. tod4
ment in Edinburgh, Scotland, traction of fingernails, many levels of Chilean life, and ing Orientation Series," Int'l. Ctr. pm. in the Michigan League.
and Newcastle, England. ITHE FINDINGS were con- methiods of terror subsist, re- Lounge, 2:30 p.m. Oct. 22 -- Eastman Kodak Co.,
In the New Mexico study, Itamned in the latest report of a sulting in an increasing num- sBiological Sci. Films:4 "TheuFirst K-M art Apparel. fr norato
heat was used in conjunction five - member working group ber of instances of death and pin. on the following:
with other types of' treatment, set up in February 1975 by the assassination." Africa '76 Week: "African Per- CEW SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOM-
such as chemotherapy. U. N. Human Rights Commis- Assertions by the Chilean gov- spective on Southern African Issues' EN~ available to women whose edu-
Larkin said that it is not yet sion. emnment that there were no Ad. sEB 430c paks" m.rin least 24h months & ho are pursu-
known which cancers are most It was charged with examin- human rights violations were Volleyball: U-M vs. Calvin; cent. ing an academic/prof. degree pro-
amenable to heat treatment. ing alleged human rights viola- "contradicted by massive infor- Campus Rec., 6 :3l p~m. gram, full/part-time.
Lungcanerskin cancer and tions in Chile under the mill- mation before the group," the sAforica '76week: Cultural Show' Reidenc in 0Ho sital armpay
cancers of the stomach, breast tary government which came report declared. Ecumenical Campus Ctr.: Ali 'Maz- Providence, R.I.
and kidney were included in the to power following the 1973 ov- U.N. members with sizeable rui "Islam Christianity & the Black Fellowships and Internships for
stuy~fr, e sidit annt e rthow of President Salvador trade relations or economic SiSE cchool US. Armed Frces abl with the Devereu Foundatio
So ar h saditcanotbeAlene. with Chile might be encouraged Bicentennial Band & Chorus, Hill in Philadelphia and may also be
claimed that the treatment cur- Headed by Ghulam All Allana to influen.ce the government to- Aud., 8 p.m. available In Calif. & Texas.
ed any of the patients, although of Parkistan, it reported "with wards the progressive restora- PTP: Shakespeare's "Othello," Pow- MD OIEL/LEGBOARD
six are still alive 11 to 22 great regret" that developments |tion of human rights, er Ctr., 8 p.m. A salaried month as Guest Editor
months following tile treatment. .___-___ CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT work ing xxnth iegular editor.s In New,
Al o te atens er i porRECRUITING ON-CAMPUS: Y ork office. Details available at
condition when treatment was TeC CT' c1 oimi rd c.c
begun.-~A PLAYHOUSE - --
wSidem efet of, rkhetreaoten ) At The ann arbor Inn
These included superficial skin ro cC ,. A ORDNNR
burns, irregular heart rhythms FRIDAYS - SATURDAYS AT 8:15
and transient liver problems in THE MUSICAL HIT ___________.___F ______T___H___AVE_____
three patients. Am-* --

FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT
T HE WIL D CH IL D
Short: THE DOVE (A Bergman parody)

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The true story of the attempts of a D.Itard (played by rfat
late 18th century. Are the attempts to civilize the boy admirable
or ultimately cruel? "Truffaut's new mnovie was the standout of
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BA LL ET-The Red Shoes
(Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, 1948)
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"One of the most beautiful films ever made. Elaborate, exqulstely
photographed superblyr played drama of life in a ballet company;
motion, music and ballet.--Cue Magazine. Moira Shearer, Anton
Walbrook, Marius Goring, Robert~Helpmann.
TWO ANN ARBOR PREMIERES
FASSBiNDER'S MASTERPIECE 7 & 10:15
BEWARE OF A HOLY WHORE
Heard of the "Gra ae fcnma ezg aaidr
Straub, wenders and Schlandor are reolutionary cinema.BE
WARE OF A HOLY WHORE Is an autobiographical meditation of
fllmmaklng: cast and crew tear each other apart . in a seaside
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titles
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ATTACK OF THE ROBOTS

(Jess Franco, 1967)

8:45 ONLY

McCarthy campaign
fund request denied

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MEG GLERT
ROBERT JAMES
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the election - as permitted by' ~ cCarthy .____ ____________________
law - if- he gets S per cent of_________ ______________
the vote or more nationwide.
Earlier this year, McCarthy
said he would not ask for fed-
eral money. th
T h e first professionally w rd(
trained dentist arrived In the
U. S. from Britain in 1776 and
the earliest dental school In the of.'((
U. S. was established 1840.
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