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Thursday, June S, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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Pilot group threatens flight
d.-. Man-'Tailored 4
shutdown to protest hijackings MaTilr i
WASHINGTON P) -- The Air cern over the worldwide prob- and their friends," an ALPA 0+BLO U SES
Line Pilots Association (ALPA) lem. spokesman said.41
promised yesterday to impose O'Donnell told a luncheon "True, it would cost the sirat
an instant boycott on U.S. alr meeting of the AFL-CIO Mari- lines and their customers mil
service to any nation that here- time Trades Department t h a t lions. But when a $25-million dol-
shtersancioscr iandyexorn- FeadeDratnt airLnt scmadeeta syna y ~ lIb ~
after sanctionoesir piracy or leaders of the 60-nation Inter- lar airplane filled with people
fshts hjcesadetrl national Federation of Air Line is commandeered, that's an even r1
iStS. Pilots Association, meeting in greater cost.
ALPA officials expressd con- London today, may join in any "A one-day shutdown, to show A N N A R BOR
fidence many of their foreign shutdown as well as in the boy- our great concern, might b-ing
colleagues would join in t h e cott of countries which shelter the need of air security some to 1121 .University
boycott warning today or tomor- airline hijackers, ordered into nations that don't respect our. n r
row. effect Tuesday for ALPA's 46,- boycott."
000 member pilots. Benjamin Davis Jr., assistant ,a t'dkdh 4 -, # nt. niti4-,4h ci nta it i

They awaited developments in
Algeria, regarding the American
hijackers made welcome there
over the weekend, to determine
whether that country would be-
come the first target of their
war on hijack havens.
John O'Donnell, ALPA presi-
dent said that if all else fails-
the union, as a last resort, would
order a 24-hour demonstration
shutdown of U.S. air service.
This too, presumably, would be
joined by some foreign pilots
as an expression of their con-

O'Donnell said the boycott will
be applied, if sheltering of hi-
jackers continues, to nations
such as Algeria and Cuba and to
countries having airlines that
continue serving them.
He said it might be broadened
later to other countries such as
Lebanon, Italy, and Egypt.
"We aren't planing on a mass
shutdown, but it must be held
as a possibility in the event oth-
er nations do not cooperate in
this campaign against hijackers

PROCEDURE IMPROVES:
Population study shows
early abortions safer

1.1.1~~1A 3/lY , V ., ! 77t tQ 1
secretary of transportation f or
safety and consumed affairs, mot
for three hours with representa-
tives of the pilots, the airlines
and the airport operators, but
said the prospect of a 24-hour
shutdown was not discussed.
Davis told a news conference
that the aviation representatives
agreed at the meeting that
henceforth there would be in-
creased resistance to hijackers,
less acquiescence in their de-
mands, and greater reliance on
the law-enforcement expertise
of the Federal Bureau.
"Too often airline managernent
and flight crews have failed to
take advantage of the FBI's cap-
ability," Davis said.
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NEW YORK I) - A major
study of abortions in the Unit-
ed States has found that it is
three to four times safer to have
an abortion during the f i r s t
three months of pregnancy than
the second three months.
This was one key finding in a
study of 72,988 abortions per-
formed between July 1, 1970 and
June 30, 1971 in 66 institutions
in 12 states and the Distict
of Columbia.
The study, conducted by the
Population Council and released
yesterday, also found over the
year of study that there w a s
a significant increase in abor-
tions among women who are
black, of low income, married
and who have been pregnant be-
fore.
"This is very important," said
Dr. Christopher Tietze of tte
council.
"These are among the itoups
which originally did not make
full use of available services,
did not get the same services as
the more privileged groups."

Apart from these, the woman
most likely to obtain an abor-
tion - was found to be young,
single, white, pregnant for the
first time and a private patient,
not medically indigent.
The study found that the in-
cidence of early medical comp..i-
cations, including minor com-
plaints, was about 1 in 20 abor-
tions in the first three ntnhs.
For major complicatiosss, the
incidence was 1 in 200.
"The risk to health assnciatcd
with abortions was throe a four
times as high in the second tri-
mester of pregnancy as in the
first trimester," the study said.
"The important nessage is
still to get it early," said Tietze.
Tietze said the growing ex-
perience doctors are gaining with
the abortion procedure is re-
flected in a sibstantial improve-
snent over the last nine mcnths
of the study in lowering conpli-
cation rates.
Six deaths were repo el, isthree
of which were directly attribut-
able to the abortion :p ocedure.

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r-( HE MOvIE industry has a ten- wered the call and performed
j dency to take a beautiful piece magnificiently. He displays a sen-
of literature and destroy its inti- sitive understanding of the strong
aacy by splashing it across the personal relationships which are
screen. Occasionally a miracle at the center of Lawrence's writ-
occurs and a conscientiousdirec- ing and unveils the elegance of
tor is able to admirably translate his colorful prose. With the aid
an author's work.ISuch is the case of script writer Larry Kramer,
of Womenin Love, the movie ver- Russell exposes the intensityuand
sion of D. H.Lawrence's sensualpassion of Lawrence's novel . ..
novel directed by Ken Russell. The casting is excellent. Oliver
Lawrence is a most gifted writer Reed (Gerald) and Jenny Linden
with a style that typifies great (Ursula), even though she re-
literature . . . sembles Debbie Reynolds, are good.
It is a frightful task for a di- Alan 0ates, as Birkin, Lawrence's
rector to even attempt to present alter-ego in the book, looks like
some semblance of such a com- a well-fed Lawrence. But, the best
plex writer, but Russell has ans- performance is by Glenda Jack-

son (Gudrun) who issuperb as
the character who represents
Lawrence's anti-feminist view . . .
If you can accept this film for
how well it handles what it does
in the allotted time, and not con-
demn it for what it missesit is a
truly great film; ananas good a
rendition of a novel as can be ex-
pected. Granted it could never be
as goodas the original work, but
it is a marylous film, well worth
seeing, and hopefully it will in-
spire you to read the book, if you
already haven't.
-Ronald Kubit, The Mich. Daily
(Reprinted by permission of
the author.)

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