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THE MICHIGAN DAILY '

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STRIKE BACK
Milk shakes sipped for surveySE
pp y A t r SPP wOnen

By MERYL GORDON
and DIANE LEVICK
When your tongue turns to
parchment and your crazed mind
screams "Give me a milk
shake!", are you coerced by the
nearest fast-food joint, or do you
consider seriously what you want
from a shake?
Two Daily reporters spent a
weekend trying to answer this
earth-shaking question for dis-
criminating shake freaks.
In the interest of consistency,
only chocolate shakes were sam-
pled.
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Place Price Size Taste Rating
Miller's* 45c - large thick, creamy, not too sweet yummy
Pizza Bob's 50c large very thick and rich real good
Delta* 40c medium extremely thick, tasty good
Drake's* 55c small very milky and sweet eh
Cottage Inn* 40c tiny refreshing OK
Mr. Mini's 35c medium very thick, bland below average
Gino's 25c lots for bland, thick but plastic
the price quick-melting
*Uses real ice cream, not ice milk or frozen custard.
READ
-JACK ANDERSON-
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dupedbdoctors
By PEACE MOFFAT the past few years that it isn't
NEW YORK (P) - Barbara even the best position for a
Seaman maintains that a good baby. And being drugged isn't
consciousness-raising g r o u p best for the baby either.
can sometimes be better for a "A lot of gynecologists like to
woman's health than a visit to a use labor-inducing drugs. For a
gynecologist. time they were used just so
The author of "The Doct9r's doctors could take their week-
Case Against the Pill," and the ends off. They'd tell their
recently-published, "Free and patients, 'Look, it'll be easier
Female," Miss Seaman main- for you. You can even arrange
tains that women should be full for a baby sitter for the other
partners in their health, rather children.'
than "submitting to the male
figure," who may be her gyne-
cologist. : :.. } ..;".,." t :.. ..h..itfi ;
"It's important for a woman
to view her gynecologist the "When Seaman wanted
way she does her TV repair-
man. They're both working for to breast feed her own
her," the author says.
"But often a trip to the gy- baby, her doctor told her
necologist is a humiliating ex-
perience," she goes on. "For in- she wouldn't make a very
stance, instead of letting a wo-
man pick her own form of birth good cow."
control, he tends to decide for
her. A few take great pride in
diaphragms and go so far as . ..
to say, 'I've never had a dia-
phragm pregnancy.' Just whose "Most doctors want to keep
pregnancy is it anyway?" women to a 15-pound weight
Miss Seaman's opinion has an gain during pregnancy. But
early beginning - when she there is more and more evi-
wanted to breast feed her own dence that excessive dieting can
baby and her doctor told her she be harmful to infants, and in
"wouldn't make a very good most of the countries which out-
cow." rank us in infant and maternal
Since that time, however, the care, physicians allow pregnant
writer, who- is child care and women to gain 25 to 30 pounds."
education editor of "Family Cir- Miss Seamon urges women
cle" magazine, has based her not to consider their gynecolo-
thinking more on her studies - gist their "main doctor." In-
for instance: stead, she maintains, they
"Being flat on our backs, and should go to a general prac-
drugged is the way we're sup- titioner or an internist. "Gy-
posed to have babies. This is not necologists a r e trained i n
necessarily the best way. It's a surgery, so they are more likely
position that seems to have to operate," she says. "Surgery
been first used in 16th century isn't always deliberate exploita-
Europe for the convenience of tion, but at least an internist
physicians. has less of a tendency to think
There has been research in si terms of radical solutions."
Phantom payment explained
Zodiac News Service the Committee to Re-elect the
President Nixon's campaign President, quit the re-election
director Clark MacGregor has committee shortly after the
given his version of how money break-in attempt.
from the Committee to Re-elect According to MacGregor, Liddy
the President, ended up in the passed the money along to Bar-
bank account of one of five men ker on his "own initiative" in
suspected of bugging the Demo- order to gather security informa-
cratic National Headquarters last tion.
June. Explained MacGregor: "Some
MacGregor said the money was funds were used on the initiative
passed along to suspect Bernard of Liddy for the purpose of deter-
Barker by G. Gordon Liddy. mining what to do if the crazies
Liddy, a finance counsel with made an attack on the President.
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