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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Taylo continues testimony

y (Continued from Page Ii'
who revealed plans to disrupt
traffic during the May demon-
strations was interrupted by the
chairwoman. who announced
there might "be agents in the
crowd."
Taylor also said that Yippie
leader Jerry Rubin was present
at the crnference.
When asked by Ichord if there
were any Socialist Worker Party
members participating in the
activities. Taylor replied, "No
sir, just disrupting."
RA TSO RIZZO Ichord then commented on
S COMING "Communist and Trotskyite" affil-
iations of the participating
gioups.
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Taylor described a request to
the conference from Mme. Binh,
Foreign Minister of the Provi-
sional Revolutionary Government
of South Vietnam, and said the
conference voted to protest the
U.S. incursion into Laos "just as
Madame Binh" requested."
He also testified that, on the
last night of the conference, a
speaker announced that "the
Ford and Rockefeller Founda-
tions offered to cover the deficit
incurred by the conference."
"There are certain examples '
of the establishment who are pull-
ing strings behind modern Char-
lies McCarthy's," one of the
committee members responded.
Taylor, a member of Young
Americans for Freedom (YAF) ,
attended the conference as a YAF
reporter. He was subpeonaed to
testify after he attended a pre-
liminary hearing last month.
Taylor is one of five witnesses
who are providing the security
committee with the information
on the spring demonstration or-
ganizers.
Bursley sets plai
(Continued from Page 1)
Bursley said that the recent de-
csion of the Michigan Supreme
Court defining a fetus as a hu-
man, "would not have any ef-
fect on the measu-e."
"The bill would prohibit abor-
tios atter 20 weeks of pregnancy
and Michigan law does not re-
quite a deatht cettificate prior to
20 weeks," the senator explained.
Although the wording for the
petition has not been finalized,
Bursley said, one change front
the present bill is likely to be
the dropping of a residency re-
quirement for women wishing to
have abortions performed in the
state.
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Thursday, July 15, 1971
'U' scientists isolate cell
with high medical value
A team of biochemists at the University Medical Center
have isolated a red protein substance (Cytochrome P-450)
from liver that filters out environmental pollutants and
helps detoxify harmful drugs and certain cancer-causing
agents.
P-450, a colored cell, does not cure cancer any more
than it rids the air of carbon monoxide. But it does help
the body oxidize and excrete cancer-causing substances,
such as petroleum products, chemicals, drugs (including
marijuana a n d nicotine),
even alcohol.Pcenter
The achievement is consider-
ed significant because, for the (Conttmed from Page 3: t
first time, it may provide phy- some University programs, even
sicians with a rational basis for though they make a contribution
chemotherapy. They will now be to the University, "have to be
able to- measure and monitor weeded out."
vital doses of powerful drugs Several staff members at the
used to treat some forms of can- center agree with Hefner that the
cer. If not for P-450, the human University, displeased with CR-
body would continue to accumu- CR's political stance, is closing 2
late pollutants and chemicals to the Center down for more for
the point of self-destruction. political, rather than financial
University scientists -did not reasons.
discover P-450. The red protein The Center has long been polit-
was known to exist and to be ically involved. It served as the
present its the lung as well as founding site for Students for a
Democratic Society (SDS) in
the liver.1962 and the start of the teach- *
They are, however. are the in movement in 1964 is also gen-
first to extract P-450 from liver, erally ascribed to it. During the
where it performs the vital funi- Black Action Movement r BAM>
Lion of breaking down harmful class strike in 1970, CRCR staff
moved out of their offices to let
chemicals, so the kidneys can BAM move in for the duration
excrete them. of the strike.
State lowers age of majority

(Continued from Page 1)
by proponents of the bill, how-
ever.
Senate Appropriations Com-
mittee Chairman Charles Zollar
(R-Benton Harbon) criticized
the bill on different grounds
however,
"The drinking part is minor,
the question is whether young
people can face up to the fiscal
responsibilities the bill gives'

them." Zollar told the Sen-
ate.
He warned of the anguish
that could be caused to young
people who have got themselves
involved in financial obligations
"that might take a lifetime" to
clear up.
"We're turning them loose in
a world that is based on what
one man can take from ano-
ther," Zollar said.

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