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THE MICHIGAN DAILtY

Thursday, August 7, 1975

Page Twa THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, August 7, 1975

In the news today...
international considering recalling Congress from its sum-
mer recess to enact a national energy pro-
BOGOTA, Colombia -Kidnapers seized an gram. Sen. William Roth (R-Del.) said, "We
American business executive in a late-night cannot afford to drift through another month.
ambush near his home that wounded two of We believe Congress must return to take ac-
his household employes and possibly the ex- tion on a program of gradual decontrol of oil
ecutive himself, police said yesterday. They prices."
disclosed that Donald Cooper, assistant man- g
ager for a Colombian Sears, Roebuck and Co. WASHINGTON-Some 2,300 scientist, engi-
store, was seized Tuesday night when he reach- neers and doctors yesterday called on Presi-
ed his fashionable home in a chauffeur-driven dent Ford to suspend construction of new
car. Eyewitnesses said the kidnapers fired nuclear power plants until doubts about their
submachine guns after Cooper's driver tried safety have been erased. Operations at 55
to resist, but a U.S. Embassy official said plants already producing electric power and
the kidnapers fired only pistols. another 70 under construction should be sharp-
ly curtailed, the specialists said. Nine Nobel
. 1aPrize-winners and a chemist who worked on
the Manhattan project, which produced the
BOSTON-Racial fighting erupted briefly at first atomic bomb, signed the declaration de-
the Charles Street jail yesterday and 150 pO- livered to the White House and Congress on the
lice officers from throughout the city were 30th anniversary of the nuclear attack by the
called in to put down a disturbance involving United States on Hiroshima, Japan.
75 to 100 inmates. Authorities said order was0
restored after about 30 minutes. One police WASHINGTON-An emergency government
official said that during the lunch hour in- plan to help meet the shortage of lids used
mates in the main section of the jail were in home canning is running short of the lids
"running all over the place and throwing after offering 2.7 million of them for sale
things." seven days ago. Goodwill Industries said it
was searching for more lids to see if it can
WASHINGTON - President Ford signed a keep the project going. Goodwill officials said
seven-year extension of the 1965 Voting Rights they are not certain of the outlook for obtain-
Act yesterday with a declaration that "the ing more lids. The major canning supply man-
right to vote is at the very foundation of our ufactures are working overtime and have al-
American system." Ford said the bill is aimed location systems to supermarkets in opera-
at halting discrimination against Spanish tion to meet what government officials call a
speaking Americans, N a t i v e Americans, critical shortage.
Alaskan natives and Asian Americans and 0
protects the voting rights of citizens in any Weather
state where discrimination may take place.
s Our slightly-chilly spell is not over, as lows
WASHINGTON-The White House announced tonight will again hit the middle 60's and 50's.
yesterday that President Ford remains de- But you can expect mostly sunny skies with
termined to veto the oil price control exten- high temperatures in the upper 70's and a 15
sion bill. But Ford was reported seriously mph wind today.

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BOSTON (A)-Veteran Frisbee
throwers, who can toss the
plastic disc hundreds of times
on a good afternoon, may have
noticed a slight abrasion on the
middle finger of their throwing
hand.
This is Frisbee finger.
IN A LETTER published yes-
terday in the New England
Journal of Medicine, Dr. Mark
Dembert and medical student
Halley Faust, both of Philadel-
phia, assess the causes and
treatment for the malady.
"We have found that Frisbee
finger has a higher rate among
city dwellers because constant
use of the Frisbee on hard sur-
faces such as concrete produces
jagged edges, which intensify
and facilitate the abrasive ac-
tion on the middle finger," the
authors say.
"The syndrome does occur
with overuse of smooth-edged
Frisbees as well, however, and

should not be ruled out in sub-
jects from more rural settings."
DEMBERT, an intern at the
U.S. Naval Hospital in Philadel-
phia, said in an interview that
he and Faust, a senior at Jef-
ferson Medical College, wrote
the letter to the journal "in sort
of jest."
"But it has medical validity,"
Dembert said. "While I don't
think Blue Cross will ever list
this as a treatable injury, it's
something a lot of people might
come up against."
Dembert and Faust, both avid
Frisbee players, said the Fris-
bee glides off the middle finger
as it is thrown. And this can
cause an abrasion, sometimes
serious and blistering.
The best treatment for Fris-
bee finger is abstinence because
continued use of a rough Fris-
bee will rip off a bandage. and
irritate the wound, they say.

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