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Tuesday, December % 1975

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tuesday, December 9, 1975 JIlL NXKJIK~AN UAILY Page Three

Atty. General endorses Stevens

WASHINGTON (Reuter) -
Federal Appeals Judge John
Paul Stevens, President Ford's
nominee for a vacancy on the
Supreme Court, yesterday re-
ceived strong endorsements
from Attorney General Edward,
Levi and the American Bar As-
sociation.
Levi told a Senate Judiciary
Committee considering Stev-
en's. confirmation that the 55-
year-old Chicago jurist was
"truly outstanding" when com-
pared with other federal judges.
HE CALLED Stevens' legal
opinions in the appellate field
"gems of perfection," and add-
ed, "he is a craftsman of the
highest order."
The American Bar Associa-

tion similarly gave Stevens its
highest evaluation for "profes-
sional competence, judicial
temperament and integrity."
Questions were raised, how-
ever, concerning Judge Stev-
ens' health, his attitudes to-,
ward discrimination against
women, and his role in a 1969
investigation of - corruption in
the Illinois Supreme Court.
THE JUDICIARY Committee
was expected to report favor-
ably on the nomination to the
Senate, which has to approve
it before Judge Stevens can be
sworn in as a replacement for
Justice William Douglas. Jus-
tice Douglas retired last month
because of ill health.
Two committee members

Democrat Quentin Vurdick of Martin - Tiagona said Stevens
North Dakota,- and Republican withheld information which
Strom Thurmond of South Car- could have forced two others
olina-were appointed to weigh to step down.
allegations raised by a Chi- Senator Edward Kennedy (D-
cago man in connection with Mass.), questioned the nomi-
the 1969 matter. nee closely on his views about
Anthony Martin - Trigona, a women's rights. Some femin-
30-year-old businessman, charg- ist groups have accused the
ed in an affadavit that Stevens judge of sexual discrimina-
had covered up evidence in! tion in cases involving women.
1969, when he served as counsel He denied this, saying: "I as-
to a special commission prob- sure you I am free of prejudice
ing judicial corruption in the against either, sex."
Illinois Supreme Court.
THAT INVESTIGATION led The railroad airbrake was in-
to the resignation of two mem- vented by George Westinghouse
bers of the Illinois court, but in 1868.

Stevens

Researchers blame heredity
for mental health disorders

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say they have amassed conclu
that most schizophrenia is cause
imbalances in the brain and ten
ditary.
"We now have a steady str
data and information instead of j
tic theory," said Dr. William B
National Institute of Mental H
during a conference here.
DR. SEYMOUR KETY, a Ha
sity phychopharmacologist in wh
gathering was held, said there al
lines of research contributing tot
mental disorders are biochemica
Kety said there is now "conclus
of hereditary influence in most
and many cases of manic depre
The psychiatric drug specialist
dence on schizophrenia comes fr
adopted persons who developed tb
in life. Scientists who contacted
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Tuesday, December 9, 1975
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- Researchers natural families - with whom the victims had
sive evidence no contact after their adoption - determined
d by chemical that the illness tended to run in the family,
ds to be here- Kety said.
RESEARCHERS reason that if the illness is
eam of new hereditary, it is chemical in origin because
ust a simplis- genes express themselves chemically.
3unney of the Kety said researchers also have concluded
ealth (NIMH) that the transmission of nerve impulses from
one cell to another also is by chemical means
rvard Univer- rather than through electrical signals, as pre-
ose honor the viously theorized. This in turn lends support to
re three main the theory that the chemical balance in the
the belief that brain has a great effect on a person's mood and
l in origin. behavior, he said.
sive evidence" THE THIRD area of evidence of chemical
schizophrenia origin, he said, is the successful development
ssion. of drugs to allay psychotic behavior. The newer
said the evi- drugs have been effective in relieving psycho-
om studies of tic symptoms in 80 per cent of schizoprhenics
he illness later and 70 per cent of depressive individuals, he
the patients, said.
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