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Thursday, December 4, 1975

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hulls urges m ayors toBe.You.and Me, Arena- - Theatre..one.764-062.Secondclasspstae
";is edited and managed by students
Thursday, December 3 UAC Children's Theatre: Free to at the University of Michigan. News
Day Calendar Be You and Me, Arena Theatre, phone 464-4562. Second class postage
Frieze,:30 pm. pAId at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
in Terrief4th NP R covoatio UAC Musket: Godspell, Mendels- Published d a iil y Tuesday through
cut ha ckn ois slum funds WJOM:Live onmR"aci 8Friezeng7::pm.
fns inspired by 1963 encyclical, "Na- shn, 8 pmbuudSchoori:g"duringthe Univer
Secuity& te Deocrtic Dane/Muic chol: "lic ofthesity, year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
Po cuiSchorling Aud., SEB. 8 pm Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription
Process," 9:30 am, Mosic School: Opu., e 8work sh ates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semes-
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. OP) - nation's population growth be- have the attributes that attract Ctr. Japanese Studies: Arthur E. R sic HaIl mpera workshopt rs $13 by mail outside An Ar-
Housing Secretary Carla Hills tween 1970 and 1974 was in middle-income people. Kauser, dir., Dow Corning, "Em- Residentia College: Dahlia Mish - rss
urged the nation's mayors yes- these small households, Hills Old - style renewal efforts US Businesses forutlook in aStudianesSpe-and ele, pianist, Cady Hal, 8 pm. day tihrnugh saturday morning.
terday to consider containing told the urban officials. concentrated on the worst ciats," Commons Rm., Lane al, Chemistry: Y. KishiHarvardSubscription rates: $6.50 in Ann
rather than eliminating slums "They are already moving slums, she said, but those ef- noon. t Cemisry 130 Aroor; $.5 by nai outside Ann
so they can concentrate their back," she said. She attributed forts "collided with the prob- Public Health Films: I'm 17, I'm Chem., 8 pm.istr 1300Aro
limited funds on luring more this in part to the high cost and lems of poverty, unemploy- gnant .. . and I Don't KnowWomen's Studies Films: And Ev- Priests of ancient Egypt had
middle-income Americans back scarcity of fuel, coupled with ment, high crime rates and Care, Mil38 sHen , 12:10 pm. erything Nice; W omen's Liberation;Pri t st odpd
to ciisccreln n krcktn et ihcierts and , Do38 Hen1, Love Ne edsertlagce womns L be ratMLiontheir entire bodies shaved every
to cities. scarce land and skyrocketing vandalism - problems often too Nutrition Symposium: Gilbert H. 9 Bpm third day.
In a speech to the National costs in suburban construction. difficult to be solved with the Mayor, "Bone Loss in Chronic Renal
League of Cities convention, the "These are the families whose dollars available." Failure;" Ronald Easterling, "Hyper-
lppteeiinRnlnsffic-
Cabinet official said that the lifestyles are more suited to the Concentrating on transitional lpoprotenemWayne Sison, Estra-
kinds of people who pay more very things our cities have to areas "will provide more re- diol and Hypothalamic Dopamine B'A
in taxes than they consume in offer - smaller housing con- habilitated homes for fewer Tydrolylase Interaction in Cate-'LE I'hB A ND
city services are moving back venient to jobs, entertainment dollars," Hills said. cholamine - Elicited Eating In Fe-,
to cities from the suburbs for and cultural amenities, recrea- male Rats," 1067 MI!, 1:30 pm. Available at
the first time in more than a tional opportunities and the SHE SAID the middle class: Ctr. South, Southeast Asian Stu-svai
1) cn b lued ackby oncn-,dies: Carmel Budiardjo, "The Pres-
decade. charm of older houses," she cnb ue akb ocn ent Political Situation in Indone-j W ild'sVa stto
Hills urged the 3,000 mayors, said. tri reservation efforts on sia," Commons Rm., Lane Hall, 3 F EATU R I NG:
councilmen and other city of- HILLS appealed to her audi- historic neighborhoods or on pm. E T Dm Bells Pnteli Work Shirt
ficials at this conference to con- ence to break out of "the con- ones with colleges, istinctive Geology. Mineralogy: Alec J. Baer, Knit Sloks 0 Flannel Shirts
siergvigproit o r- enina hikngo tepat architecture or public squares U. of Ottawa, "Granville Tectonics," " Brush Denims KniBo ot as FanlSit
sider giving priority to pro- ventional thinking of the past 2501 CC Little, 4 pm. Boot Jeans
grams that would attract more and consider refocusing revitali- and r tparks. t Ctr. Near Eastern, N. African Stu- Corduroys " Pre-Wash Slaks " Denim Jackets
elderly and single or young zation programs from blighted "Here the strategy is one of Cti e arEaten N]Aria]Su-S
d rbcontainment" of blight, she told iesZad Fadeleoso eaDe ate Wil 's Varsity Shop
married persons to move back. neighborhoods to ones that are cthmanmen t fbht, nesecold, bton AnhePhlosophical Debate 1 i5 V Kt1Y 1O
MORE than 80 per cent of the just beginning to deteriorate butt3he mayors. Ateher news con- ete A-hazali and Averroes,' 311 S. STATE STREET
ference, she denied that she 3050 Frieze, 4 pm.
was writing off the poorest sec- MHRI: John Yudkin, U. of Lon-
tions of citiesI don, "Nutrition and Athersclerosis"
tions ofThoasities.isA.Aut! - Z , 1'1 pIiI.

idstrogen use may
add to cancer risk

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BOSTON (P) - Using estro-1
gens to relieve the symptoms]
of menopause may increase the1
risk of cancer of the uterus by1
five to seven times, according
to two independent studies to,
be published Thursday.;
The statistical studies give
added weight to a growing con-
cern about the popular practice;
of giving women estrogen, the;
primary female hormone, to
slow down the signs of meno-1
pausal aging.
While the studies do not es-
tablish a definite cause-effect
relationship betweenthe use of
estrogen and cancer, the re-
searchers said the results
strongly indicate a link. And the
scientists called for more fol-.
lowing studies to pin down the
relationship.,
PECAUSE OF the two new
studies published in the New 1
England Journal of Medicine1
and a larger, yet unpublished,j
one being compiled on the West
Coast, the U. S. Food and Drug
Administration's Obstetrics and
Gynecology Committee has
scheduled a meeting for later
this month.
That panel will discuss the
studies and make recommenda-
tions, possibly calling for more'
restrictions on prescribing es-;
trogen.

Medical authorities say mil-
lions of American women are
taking estrogen daily to coun-
teract the symptoms of meno-
pause. And some authorities
say the drugs may be overpre-
scribed.
DURING menopause, which
normally occurs between the
ages of 40 and 50, the ovaries
stop producing eggs and estro-
gen and degenerate. Symptoms
frequently reported are ner-
vousness, menstrual disturb-
ances, flushes and chills, excit-
ability and depression.
Replacingdecreased natural
estrogen with estrogen pills
helps decrease these symptoms,
but the new studies say this
may increase the risk of can-,
cer of' the lining of the uterus.I
There were 27,000 new cases of!
this disease in 1974 in this coun-
try.
In ten years tourism income'
to Yukon has increased by 1,000
per cent.
Ee.rpewiter
rentals
Aruniversity Cellar

She said that while some ci- Nuclear Structure Seminar: F.mD.
ties may have to concentrate on Becchetti, "Fluorescent Response of
slum areas only, "it's a ques- Scintillators to Energetic Heavy
.p . rIons," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
tionof piortiesfor any English/Hopwood: Announcement
cities" that have a new oppor- of winners in Hopwood Freshman
tunity to bring back people who Competition contest after reading
could expand urban tax reve- by novelist John Gardner, Rack-
nue. ham Lee. Hall, 4 pm.
IHousing: Tn-residence staff post-
Among the techniques she Quad, Dining Em. 1, 7 pm; Barbour,
suggested was giving a five- tions informational meetings - W.
year moratorium or abatement Newberry Living Rm., 8 pm; New-
berry, Newberry Living Rm., 8 pm,
of property taxes to renovated ' R. C. S. Dining Rm., 8 pm; Fletcher,
homes because "what is the 1st for. Lounge, 8 pm; S. Quad, W.
five-year tax potential of a Lounge, 9 pm.
hous tht jut sts tereand Guild House: Jim Robins, Bob
house that just sits there and Hoot, poetry reading, 802 Monroe,
rots?" 7:30 pm.
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exasperating
to be called so
persistently when
the lastthing we want -
to do is to get up and go
but God elects to
keep on haunting
like some holy
ghost.
"The Great Intruder"
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But that's what the Salesians of St, John Bosco are all
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In the 1800's a chance meeting between a poor
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back to God.
He reasoned that a program of play, learn and pray would
make useful citizens of the world. He crowded out evil withd
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atmosphere of family spirit.
The ideals of St. John Bosco are stilt with us today. His
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Dec. 8
-Fishbowl 8:30-4:00
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-UGLI 11:30-7:00

Dec. 9
-Fishbowl 8:30-4:00
-North Campus
Bus Stop 9:30-5:30
-East Quad 10:00-6:00
-Union 10:30-5:30

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