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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 18, 1915

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, November 18, 191~

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LECTURE SERIES
TERRY C. JOHNSON
Department of Microbiology-Immunology
Northwestern Univers ty Medical School
Chicaao llinois
"EXPERIMENTAL HYPER PHENYALANEMIA:
A MECHANISM TO EXPLAIN THE INHIBITION
OF BRAIN PROTEIN SYNTHESIS BY HIGH
LEVELS OF PHENYLALANINE"
Thursday, November 18
SEMINAR: 3:45 p.m. Rm 1057 MHRI
TEA: 3:15 p.m. Rm 1059 MHRI

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IUD dange
BOSTON (A') - Fifteen of every 100,000
women who continue to wear intrauterine
devices-IUDs-after becoming pregnant die
from infected spontaneous abortions, a fed-
eral study says.
That death rate is 50 times higher than
among women who do not use the IUD
birth control method, the study said.
THE RESEARCHERS said that, because
of the danger, women should have their IUDs
removed at the first sign of pregnancy.
IUDs are plastic shields, loops or coils
inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy.
However, about two per cent of the time
they fail and women become pregnant.
The study says that if these women fail to
have their IUDs removed, they run a risk
of dying from infected, or septic abortions
that occur spontaneously unlike those induced
by doctors.
The study is the latest in a series of re-
ports that raise questions about the effects
of IUDs on pregnancy. The researchers said
theirs is the first study to determine the,
death rate among women who continue to

r reported,
wear the birth control device while pregnant.
"This was meant to be the final nail in
the coffin with regard to IUDs involved in
septic spontaneous abortion" 1)r. William
Cates Jr., who directed the study, said in an
interview.
THE DOCTORS reached their conclisions
after surveying all abortion-related deaths in
the United States between 1972 and 1974.
During that time, there were 33 deaths, and
they estimated that 115,000 pregnant women
were wearing IUDs and 11.9 million were not.
They found there were about 15 deaths
every 100.000 women who kept wearing their
IUDs while pregnant. Among women who did
not have IUDs, there was only,.a fraction of
one death per 100,000.
"We conclude that the risk of death from
spontaneous abortion in the United States is
over 50 times greater in women continuing
a pregnancy with IUDs than in those without
IUDs in place," the researchers wrote.
Until about two years ago, doctors left
IUDs in place during pregnancy, because
they feared removal would cause an abortion.

FBI releases King
assassination documents.

WASHINGTON (AP) - The,
FBI investigated members of
the Ku Klux Klan and the Min-
utemen in the early days of1
the search for Martin Lutheri
King's assassin, newly disclos-
ed FBI documents reveal.
Four days after King was!

pages to comply with requests
under the Freedom of Ipforma-
tion Act. Officials are screening
the rest of the files to deter-
mine what else will be releas-
ed.
Thepdocuments provide the
first public details of the FBI

would be regarded as potential
suispects and their fingerprints,
obtained from military records
or already on file with the bu-
reau. wo'ld be checked against
orints found in the rooming
house where the shot was fired,
the memo indicated.

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slain in Memphis on April 4, probe. James Earl Ray, who The FBI paid special atten-
1968, FBI headquarters ordered was subsequently arrested, tion to some members of the
an investigation of all known pleaded guilty to shooting King. Klan and Minutemen because
members of the Klan, the right- As a result, the government of their past activities or be-
wing Minutemen, "other hate never was required to present cause informers called atten-
group members, rabble rousers its evidence at a trial or any tion to them, the memo disclos-
and any other individuals other public forum ed.
known to have violent proclivi- RAY HAS SINCE attempted Agents also focused on Byron
to change his plea and obtain Beckwith, who had been arrest-
tories." a trial. The first batch of pa- ed for the 1963 murder of civil
THE MEMO is part of about pers dealt with the early days rights leader Medgar Evers in
18,000 documents compiled by of the investigation and includ- Mississippi. Beckwith was tried
the FBI during its investiga- ed no mention of Ray. twice but neither jury was able
tion of the civil rights leader's But three memos identified to reach a verdict.
death. Eric Starvo Galt as a suspect. As for t' e Minutemen, the
The FBI is releasing 442 That was an alias Ray used. Boston field office reported that
The April 8 memo from head- an unnamed informer said the
quarters told seven field.offices right-wing group "had a gen-
tars U.S.* to investigate members of the eral plan 'to foment civil strife
Klan, Minutemen and other by killing Negro leaders, Mar-

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Vol. LXXXVII, No. 61
Thursday, November 18, 1976
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Regarded by authorities and afi-
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of the best performers of British
songs and ballads, olive today.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: "a
master of the traditional Eng-
lish ballad, .r.s. of the chantey
... of the Irish song-a master
in fact of almost any kind of
fine singing;" . . "a superb
porformer with an extraordinary
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,hgroups "to ascertaim their Stokely Carmichael and there-
i fore, seize power in the confu-
was shot. . sion. No specific timetable was
MOSCOW ({P) - An American Frank Ursino, angrily asked So- Ho. No speci,,catimetableswas
Bicentennial exhibit drawing big viet officials why it took more THOSE WITHOUT an alibi set.
Russian crowds was evacuated than three hours for a bomb :- t:sa ,.......:..:.
yesterday after a telephoned detection team to arrive to make DAILY OFFICIA L BWULL1 TIN
bomb threat that left U.S. of- certain the pavillion was safe -,
ficials angered and suspicious to reopen the exhibit. The of-
of a trick to dampen the show's ficials apologized profusely, say- Thursday, November 18, 1976 Phynylalanine." 1057 MHRI, 3:45
popularity. ing they had difficulty finding an DAY CALENDAR Latin American Teach-In: Louise
The Soviet codirector, Grigory - expert in plastic explosives. Ext. Serv.: 24th Annual, Conf. on Bernikow, Frances Wyers "The Arts
Kuzmenko, said he received a Tthe Economic Outlook; Rackham, & Repression, "126 E Quad; Judith
THE INCIDENT reminded 8:30 a.m. Elkn (Albion College), Victor Mirel-
he I t p r erican residents of two bomb Prg.for Educat. Opportunity: man (Rutgers Univ.) "Anti-Semi-
the Interior Ministry reportingscares at the U.S. Embassy last Abe Catron (Wayne State). Loretta t:sm in Latin America," W Lec. Rm.,
that an unidentified man had E . Webb, "Cultural Pluralism: Curricu- Rackham, 4 p.m.
March. Embassy offcials were um Assessment, Development & Im- CMB Seminar/Mich. Women in
telephoned ewouldngo ofonvinced-the threats were of- piementation," League, 9 a.m. Science: Jean B:.enchley (Penn State
plastic explosive would go off ficially inspired in retaliation for Media Exhibitors Workshop: iudio, Univ.) "Regulation of Nitrogen Util-
at 12:30. . projection, TV equipment, photog- ization in Kiebsiella & Salmonella,'
SOME 1,000 Russian visitors b ihara m extremistso inlom raphy & graphics; Off ice of Educat. N Lec Hall, 3rd fl., Med. Set. II, 4
jinside the building were calmlybyJws exrmtsiNw! Communications/Media. 3rd fl., SEB,! p~m
isev te from the alio York. 9 a.m. Geology / Mineralogy: Milford S.
evacuated from the pavilion. I WUOM: Live coverage of Economic Louuheed (Bowling Green State
The exhibition, the second U.S. The 200th anniversary exhibit & Social Outlook Conf.-Saul Hy- Univ.) "The Biogenic Origin of Lake
national show to come to .the has drawn overcapacity crowds mans "The Economic Outlook for Superior," 4001ctLi ttle, 4 p.m.
SoitUini 7yas e-since it opened Nov. 11 in the 1977," 9:30 a.m. Intl. Night: Italian menu, League
Soviet Union in 17 years, fea- me Ctr. Human Growth. Development: Cafeteria. 5 p.m.
tures film showings, photos, his- large park northeast of central ."Bali Today," "A Portrait of Louise Univ. Club: "Sports 'n Smorgas-
torical displays and a souvenir Moscow. In the first five days Tandy Murch at 99." 1025 Angell, bord" with Johnny Orr; Univ. Club,
kit containing the U.S. Consti- nearly 32,000 Russians had pass- a11a.m. Union, 6AhI T
tutonan Delaaton f n-edPendleton Ctr.: "Open Hearth," Latin American Teach-In on Tesr-
tition and Declaration of In- edthrough the turnstiles, and Mark Reesman "Photography," 2nd ror: Isabel Allende, Victor Mirelman,
dependence in Russian. by opening time yesterday morn- fl., Union, noon. Frieda Silvert, Louise Bernikow "La-
ing more people than the exhibit Nat. Resources: David Arvin "Grizt tin American Totalitarianism: A
a c ale n could accommodate were stand- zly Bear Numerical Model," 1036 Problem for the Whole' World,"
Russian officials failed to turn could mDana, noon. Rackham Aud., 6:30 p.m.
up a bomb. ing in line. Ctr. Japanese Studies: Luis Go- Guild House: Poetry reading, 802
:Police with megaphones told Ursino said the pavilion would mez "Pilgrimage to Kannon Sites Monroe, 7:30 p.m.
thPlonli t m hnes ofpeoplewaitiopeUrn as d scheuledtoday nd in Japan," Commons Rm., Lane, Yeats Ensemble/Museum of Art:
the long lines of peoplewaiting open as scheduled today, and noon. "Technical Aspects of the Produc-
outside that the exhibit was he requested that the month- Latin American Teach-In: Alber- I tion: Concept, Sound, Movement,
closed because of "technical dif- long show be extended for an to Roldan (advisor for int'l, af- p.m.
ficuties" etra a bcaus offairs, Puerto Rican Independence Design," Pendleton Rm., Union, 7:30
ficulties. extra day because of yesterday's Party) "Puerto Rico & the U.S.,"; Ctr. Cont. Educat. for Women:
The U.S. exhibit director, incident. E Lee Rm., Rackham; panel, "The Tutorial "Refreshing- Math Skills,"
Role of the U.S. in Latin American 328 Thompson, 7:30 p.m.
__ __ -- -Totalitarianism," W Lec. Rm., Rack- Residential College Players: Piran-
Sham, 1 p~m. dello's "It Is So" (If You Think So)
IO N k C O Behavioral Sci.: Frank Stafford Aud, E Quart, 8 P.M.
"Economic Behavior," 231 Angell, 1 Music Schoel Opera: "The Crudt-
HOMEMADE SOUP AND SANDWICH" 50c p.m. ble.'" Mendelssohn, 8 p.m.
ECtin American Teach-In: Panel SAE: Pep rally, bonfire. 1408 Wash-
BAEBARA MURPHY xamining the Rise of Totalitar- tenaw, 8 p.m.
ianism in Latin America," W Lec. CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
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