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THE MICHIGAN DALLY

Friday, February 1 , 1976

Page Ten THE MICHI(~AN L)AILY Friday, February 13, 1976

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Pt the lesser evil
claims drug expert
WASHINGTON (UPI) - Mari- young persons are more likely
Juana smoking is less danger- to lead them" from alcohol and
ous to the user than cigarettes tobacco to trying marijuana,
or alcohol, the government's rather than the other way
top drug abuse official said around.
yesterday. DuPont, a medical doctor,
"There is no question that issued the government's ;ifth
alcohol and tobacco are caus- annual report to Congress on
ing us far more health prob- marijuana and health, which
lems than marijuana does,," was released Tuesday. Yester-
said Dr. Robert DuPont, direc- day's news conference was held
tor of the National Institute on to discuss the report.

Drug Abuse.j
DuPont, who has previously
avoided making public compari-
sons among the three most
widely used "recreational"
drugs, said at a news confer-
ence. that while none of the
drugs is safe, marijuana lacks
the "lethal effects" of either
alcohol or tobacco.
Furthermore, said DuPont,E
the drug consuming habits of

Asked for his advice to the
parents of pot-smoking teen-
agers, DuPont replied: "I
would advise them not to get
.so terribly uptight ... and to
talk with them (their children)
about the consequences of their
decisions.
"My advice is if they are
not using any of the three
drugs, don't take it up.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Washington's Birthday Madness Sale
OPEN MONDAY 9 a.m. to 10p.m.

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not accepted for publication.,
For more information, phone
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Friday, February 13
Day Calendar
WUOM Raph Wllims,"Boccac-
Music School: "Black Composers1
Symposium," Classical Black Heri-
tage," Recital Hall, 10:30 am.
Ob. Gyn./Bio. Eng.: Ken Kearns,
Perintal Systems, Inc., "Perinatai
Monitors: Yesterday, Today, and
Tomorrow," L2204 Women's Hosp.,
noon.<
Guild House: Rev. Ann Coleman,I
"Women and Spirituality," 820s
Monroe, noon.1
Public Health Films: Citizens';
Medicine; Where It Hurts, Aud.'
SPH It, 12:10 pm.
Edud. Communications Media:
Tell Me Where It Hurts, Schorling
Aud., SEB, 12:10 pm.1
Math/Dept./Michigan Women in
Science: Joan Birman, Columbia,
Barnard, 'tHeegard Splitting of'
Three Manifolds," 3201 Angell, 4:101

pm.
Hockey: UM vs. Denver, Yost Ice
Arena, 7:30 pm.
Men's Swimming: UM vs. Oak-
land, Matt Mann Pool, 7,30 pm.
Wrestling: UM vs. Wisconsin,
Crisler Arena, 7-:30 pm.
US China People's Friendship
Assoc., Tanzania's Freedom Railway
and People's China, Trotter House,
1443 Washtenaw, 8 pm.
General Notices ....."".".
Course Mart Deadline: Proposals
for Fall 1976 course mart offerings
must be submitted to 2501 LSA by
Feb. 20; proposals welcome from
Itacuity, staff .TAs, community
leaders, anyone with expertise in
academic area not now covered by
LSA curriculum.
Summer Placement
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Camp Sequoia, New York: Will
interview students Mon. Feb. 23,
from 9 to 5. Openings include wat-
erfront (WSI), pioneering, nature,
music, drama, photography, dance.
asrn radio, arts/crafts. Age must
be at least 20.
Camp Sequoia, MI. Will interview
Fri. Feb. 20 from 9 to 3:30" pm.
Openings include waterfront (WSI),
western riding, camp craft, arts!
crafts, field sports, cook. If inter-
tested register.
Silverman Village, Det. Fresh Air
Society: Interview Fri. Feb. 20 from
9 to 5. Handicapped camp - emo-
tionally disturbed. Register.

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Wash ing tons Birthday
.Specials
Prices in effect Saturday & Monday Only
QUANTITIES LIMITED!
List / Sale
Pioneer 1010 receiver...........................$700 $399
Pioneer 535 receiver.............................$300 $189
Pioneer 434 receiver............................$240 $149
Sansui 551 receiver...............................$260 $172
Sansui 661 receiver............. $349 . $231
Sansui 771 receiver...............................$429 $284
Sansui AU2200 amp.............................$150 $99
Kenwood 2400 receiver........................$220 $159
Kenwood 4400 receiver........................$300 $209
Cambridge Audio 2500 receiver.....$279 $169
Marantz 1060 amp................................$240 $149
EPI 180 speakers pr..............................$400 $319
EPI 110 speakers pr..............................$240 $200
EPI 90 speakers pr................................$180 $150
EPI 250 speakers pr..............................$500 $400
EPI 60 speakers pr................................$140 99
KLH 32B speakers pr...........................$125 $69
ADC XT-6 speakers pr........... $130 $80
All Infinity demo speakers....................40% OFF
All Dual turntables in stock..................30% OFF
Glenburn 2155B turntable compl.........$110 $59
Miracord 750 III compl. turntable........$260 $199
Miracord 825 compl. turntable.............$180 $130
Thorens 145 turntable compl...............$300 $249
Pioneer PLI2D 11w/base & dustc:........$100 $66
TEAC A2300S tape deck......................$499 $389
Kleeneez Record Cleaner....................$4 $2
Koss Pro4AA headphones....................$65 $35
Advent C90 cassette.............................$5 $2.50
Maxell UDC90 cassette.......................$5 $3
BASF C90 cassette...............................$5.60 $2.50

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