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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 1, 1975

Page Two IHE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, October 1, 1975

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'U, Health Service
pays for semen
(Continued from Page 1)
Although statistics show the chance of 2 people-both j
offspring of the same donor - meeting and marrying "are
probably one in 4,000,000," Anderson explains that the semen
from the same male is used to inseminate no more than two
women in a geographical area the size of Ann Arbor.
He cites the $15 as one motivating factor in the desire
to contribute semen, but stresses some others.
GRADUATE students in social work and psychology are
prime donators because they "recognize the plight" of child-
less couples and their unhappy situation, he comments.
Others ,such as married men and fathers contribute
because they feel it is "a real service rendered," he says.
Whatever the reason, if you're a healthy male, 19-35 years
of age and carry "good quality sperm," Anderson welcomes
you as a perspective donor.
LSA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
FOR WINTER, 1976
WILL BE AVAILABLE IN 1220 ANGELL HALL
BEGINNING OCTOBER 1
The awards are based upon financial need and academic I
merit (3.2 GPA br above). Students must be enrolled in
the Colleoe for at least one term before they are eligible
to oply for an LSA Scholarship.
COMPLETED APPLICATIONS MUST BE
RECEIVED BY OCTOBER 31
1975
IUOeli Chassidic festival
Israel's most popula
stage production
Is coming to
POWER CENTER FOR
PERFORMING ARTS
MONDAY, OCT. 20, 1975
8:00 P.M.
sponsored by B'NAI BRITH
HILLEL FOUNDATION
at U-M
TICKETS
Students-$3.00
Non-students-$5.00
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FBI probes near
death at VA hospital
(Continued from Page 1) Another source said that the
have inadvertantly pulled out relatives may have tampered
the b r e a t h i n g equipment. with the respiratory machine in
Though the patient is extremely order to accuse the hospital of
ill, "he is shifting about," Cal-. medical negligence, and file a
houn said. lawsuit against them.
"I'M SURE it had something
One person familiar with ICU to do with it," the source said.
suggested Brower may have in- "From the first day they've had
tentionally removed the appara- that sort of orientation (against
tus. "It is not a rare occurrence the VA)."
for patients to pull out their own The source said that the rela-
tubing," the source stated. "It fives may have also pulled the
happens all the time." tubing to save Brower further
However, the person indicated from suffering. "They (investi-
that someone else must have gators) are taking into consider-
turned off theealarm, or the ation the mental state of the
alarm had been turned off{ family," the s ou r ce added.
'through negligence" before the "We've had to do more and
incident occurred. more for the patient. He has suf-
"BROWER was definitely too fered quite a bit."
sick to turn off his own alarm," Investigators refused to elebo-
the source said. rate on the investigation. Bailey
But the source added that, "It merly said, "We have seen some
does take a little observation to peonle briefly for interviews."
turn off the alarm. You do have ICU STAFF and Brower's
to know how to do it," indicat- step - son and daughter - in - law
ing that the relatives may not have been the focus of the FBI
have been familiar enough with probe.
the machine to disconnect it. The FBI has been conducting
---a search for the person respon-
sible for a series of poisonings
in the VA, and has had agents
p r e s e n t continuously since
August 15.
Afte thetherapist hurriedly
sea rchreconnected Brower's breathing
sea rch tubes Sunday, the two family
members attempted to Deave
the unit, sources said. Hospital
staff stopped them just outside
ICU. The FBI was called in to
question them.
PONTIAC (UPI) - While U.S. HOWEVER, Calhoun reports
Senate investigators sat in a ho- that as of yet no charges have
tel room awaiting information been filed. "They are still in-
from an underworld informant, vesti-ating," he said.
scores of amateurs yesterday Calhb'un stated that atlhough
dug for the grave of James Hof- the FBI wiestioned ICU staff,
fa with as little success as State no hospital employe is suspect.
Police found last weekend. H also snid that this latest in-
Poic isi nevr.nP+dt

AP Photo

Foggy meeting
Two horses seem more interested in each other than in the eerie but beautiful fog
rence earlier this week. Within hours, the cloud layer had lifted, leaving a bright

that shrouded Kansas
and cheerful fall day

pastureland near Law-
in its place.

FIRST OF SERIES:

Feminist speaks at Hill

Aud.

(continued from Page 1) violence in the society to pro- psychological bonds between
cause they were the only ones voke not an overflow, but a men and women.
with the time to revolt," but transformation of political pow- "And men are here to stay,"
added the movement's signifi- er." Friedanhsaid. she added.
cance to all persons had spir- However she refused to side
aled and would continue to ris6 with some of her more radical* "THERE'S A mistaken no-

continue is an evolution of the{
family . . . and it may not win
the Good Housekeeping seal of
approval."

}

Lured by a $200,000 reward

in the future.

"I SEE THE women's move-
ment as only a way station on
the road to total human libera-
tion . . . depolarizing sex roles,
and so defusing the reservoir of
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sisters in their definition of tion that Communism or the
feminism as an anti-capitalist abolition of capitalism will lib- +
or class struggle, saying "The erate women. However I hap-1
unique thing about this revolu- pen to believe that when wo-i
tion is that there is no class men develop their potential,I
enemy because of sexual or they then can transform the
- - entire system.
Major changes in familyI
structure will play a significantI
Bowl na role in the feminist's future, d
said Friedan. 1

Friedan also hit hard against offered by the family of the
Third World response to her missing former Teamsters pres-
and other American feminists i ident, people of varying age and
during the International Wo- occupation have been scouring
men's Year (IWY) convention a 29-acre site northwest of De-
in Mexico last July. troit identified by an underworld
"The Third World is primar- informant as containing Hoffa's
ily despotisms and primarily grave.
male despotisms. And the move-
ment that is spreading world-
wide is threatening to every
system. It's threatening to tie
reactionary Communist forces
who tried to keep me and oth-
ers from infecting women of
the Third World with our
ideas."

tl'o'- q--eq of noisonhvn s Wh.'ch
,mht fn-Ieral investigators to
"hev are completely sepa-
rate cn ses.' 'he said. "There
irĀ® two different groups of FBI
,1 workinc on them."
Bailey also confirmed that
there is "absolutely no connec-
.ion" to the Pavulon poisonings.

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Boston hit with fines
BOSTON (UPI) - Officials of to purge themselves of the con-
the Boston Teachers Union were tempt charges by paying only
handed moderate fines for lead- $1,000 each.
ing the illegal six-day strike Two striking teachers belong-
that ended yesterday with teach- ing to the union's executive
ers and students returning to board were fined $300-$500 a day
classrooms. -for participating in the strike.
Suffolk Superior Judge Samuel'.Casses resumed without ma-
Adams fined BTU President Jor incident. The school depart-
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staged a non-violent midmorn-
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Daily Photo by E. SUSAN SHEINER
T akin' it easy
LSA freshwoman Karen Tripp relaxes on the diag Monday
afternoon. She soaked up the warm sunshine and presumably
some knowledge from the textbook she was reading. Such is
life for students in September. But wait 'til mid-terms.

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