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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, May 23, 1972

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Wallace progress slow;
full recovery uncertain

SILVER SPRING, ld. (A -
Gov. George Wallace tas exper-
ienced some encouraging invol-
untary motion and some feeling
in his paralyzed legs, doctors re-
ported yesterday.
This was the first definite sign
of muscular activity ii Wal-
lace's legs since he was shot
four times at a political raly
last Monday in nearby Laurel,
Md.
In a briefing at Holy Cross
Hospital yesterday morning doc-
tors said there has peen some
return of "involuntary muscular

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activity to the toes of both
feet," in addition to "encourag-
ing evidence of increasing son-
sations down to the level of the
mid-thigh."
Wallace's condition tsi de-
scribed as stable.
The doctors pointed out, how-
ever, that the significance of the
findings in relation to possible
complete recovery is difficult to
ascertain at this time.
Speculation continued that Wal-
lace will be moved son, pro-
bably to the Birmingham center,
for an operation to remove a
bullet lodged in his :pine.
Vice President Spiro Agnew
was at Wallace's bedside yester-
day for over a half hour and
told reporters afterward that
the governor and he talked a lot
of politics.
When asked about details of
the conversation, Agnew s a i d,
"That's a secret between the
governor and me."
Several foreign editorialists
wrote last week that the shoot-
ing of Gov. George Wallace re-
flected the folly of permissive
U.S. gun laws and dramatized
once again the violent strain is
American life.
"As the Wallace shooting prov-
es, there are many sick people
in America," the Bangkok Post
commented.
"And by allowing them to buy
their weapons of destruction un-
hampered and unrestricted, the
American Congress must share
the blame for American violence,
past, present and, sadly, inevit-
ably, the future."
The Gaullist Paris newspaper
La Nation speculated that Pres-
ident Nixon might get the sup-
port of Walace's backers if the
governor should prove uaable to
continue his campaign.

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says consumer report

WASHINGTON (3) - Banks,
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on Consumer Finance was told
yesterday.
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women in all stages of life --
whether single, married, divorc-
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children; rich or poor; young
or old," said Rep. Martha Grif-
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this policy by saying that a

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count, borrow money, or buy a
car.
These lenders will extend cre-
dit only to the husband, or to
the husband and wife together,
on the basis of the husband's
credit record."

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