THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, August i, 1975
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HELSINKI - Chairman Mao would
probably be surprised to learn that T-
shirts produced by the Chinese prole-
tariat are advertising a forum for So-
viet-American detente. The T-shirts
carry the emblem of the European Se-
curity Conference, the 35-nation super-
summit which is viewed by China as a
Soviet plot. The shirts are in baby-blue
turquoise and proletarian gray and are
selling briskly at Helsinki's biggest de-
LISBON, Portugal-Nine officers and
four sergeants from Portugal's top mili-
tary security forces have been arrested
for failing to support the leftist revolu-
tion, the army announced yesterday. In
what appeared to be the first of expected
purges of dissident military officers, the
army said the 13 lacked "discipline,
efficiency and political conscience."
There was no direct accusation of plot-
ting or mutiny. Portugal's ruling Revo-
lutionary Council of 30 officers formally
handed over power to the junta earlier
PARIS - Heavily-armed riot policeSat
police streamed into southern France
yesterday to head off threatened mass DETROIT-The Michigan Employment
demonstrations by rebellious wine pro- Relations Commission (MERC) yester-
ducers angered by the collapse of wine day unpheld the firing of 184 striking
prices. Police warned growers in the Crestwood school teachers last year, re-
sun-seared Languedoc region some 200 jecting allegations of unfair labor prac-
miles south of Paris that riot squads will tices against the school board. On April
smash any attempt at sabotage or vio- 4, the state Supreme Court upheld the
lence in the area. The vinters are de- right of the Crestwood Board of Educa-
manding higher state subsidies, massive tion to fire the teachers for participating
purchases of their unsold low-quality in a strike. But the high court said the
wine by the government,' and an im- teachers could be reinstated if MERC
mediate halt to Italian wine imports. found the school guilty of unfair labor
WASHINGTON - In an apparently If you happen to be on the Diag this
doomed move, the House passed and morning around 10:00 you can check out
sent to the White House yesterday a bill Local Motion's (LM) chalk-in. Every-
to extend domestic oil price controls an- body is welcome, as LM will be showing
other six months. Federal Energy Ad- its appreciation for its various sponsors.
ministrator Frank Zarb said "there is
no doubt" that President Ford will veto
the measure. Congress is packing up for VWEather
a month-long vacation beginning tonight Hot and hazy are the words to keep
and cannot try for a veto override until in mind for the next couple of days. The
it returns Sept. 3. Price ceilings are mercury is going to be taking up perma-
scheduled to expire Aug. 31 if Ford re- nent residence in the mid-90's, with little
fuses to sign the extension. relief in sight.
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Study links IUDs
NEW YORK (P)-Some 60,000
American women develop pain-
ful and dangerous pelvic disease
each year from IUDs, a new
.IUDs are intrauterine devices
credited with 95 per cent success
or more in preventing preg-
THE UNIVERSITY of Wash-
ington study points to IUDs as
one cause of PID, meaning pel-
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vic inflammatory disease. PID
can make women sterile by in-
vading and damaging the Fal-
PID would appear to be the
most common adverse conse-
quence from IUDs, says Dr.
King K. Holmes, associate pro-
fessor of medicine at the uni-
versity in Seattle. Bleeding, dis-
comfort, and upset menstrual
cycles are some of the com-
plaints occasionally made by
users of IUDs.
Dr. David Eschenbach of the
university's department of gyne-
cology headed the study in which
women with specific diseases
were "matched" or compared
with women of the same age,
color and other characteristics
who were free of those diseases.
EACH YEAR, some 200,000
American women develop PID
as a complication following
gonorrhea, Holmes said.
This study suggests that at
least another 200,000 develop
PID not directly caused by
gonorrhea, he said in an inter-
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Friday, August 1
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UAC: Rock music Jedediah, Peo-
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Adams and Eve, The sweetheart Re-
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Michigan Rep. '75: Shaw's Can-
dida, Mendelssohn, 8 p.m.
African Film Series: Les Maitres
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Rm. 1, 8 p.m.
NASCO: Ralph Nader: "Co-ops and
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