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The Michigan Daily
Students aim to comb in thick.
profits with thin-hair potion

- Friday, March 27, 1987 - Page 5

By HEATHER ROSE
Thin hair could mean thick wallets for two
enterprising University students.
LSA junior Adam Moskowitz and Wayne Cohen,
a junior in the School of Business Administration,
are "2AW1 Enterprises," which distributes Nutroil, a
product which some say stops hair loss and has been
known to grow new hair.
They have been distributing Nutroil nationwide
since October. The partners were skeptical of finding
a student market, but found a large demand for the
product.
"Most people don't realize there's a problem
among college students, (but) 24 percent of men 18-
25 years of age experience some sort of hair loss,
thinning, or receding," Cohen said.
"There is no cure for baldness," Moskowitz added.
"But Nutroil is a solution."
According to the two, Nutroil replenishes lost
nutrients and sparks hair follicles back to life. Most
hair loss is from pattern baldness, which causes the

hair follicle to experience malnutrition and hair to
become thinner and fall out.
The product first became available five years ago
in Europe. It has been marketed in the U.S. for the
last year and a half by the company NuSkin.
Nutroil has been approved by the Food and Drug.
Administration as a cosmetic. Applied directly to the
scalp as a hair tonic and accompanied by specific
shampoo and conditioner, it has no known side
effects, they say.
The product was unknown to the dermatology
research department at the University Hospital, which
is conducting a study of the FDA approved drug
minoxidol for hair loss.
Many people have seen positive results with
Nutroil. David Litt, an LSA junior, has been using
Nutroil for two and a half months.
"In the first three weeks my hair stopped falling
out and now spots are filling in with new hair," Litt
said. He said there was a "marked difference" when he
applied Nutroil.

Congratulations!
The nominees for
the 1987 University
of Michigan Student
Recognition Awards
are . ..
7 -Guide
A MISTAD
Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta
Chi Fraternity
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
Inc., Epsilon Chapter
American Institute of
Chemical Engineers,
Student Chapter
Arnold Air Society
Black Business Students'
Association
Black Medical Association
Campus Information Center
Eichenhorn, Grimes and
Perdomo
Greeks for Peace
International Students Club
Latin American/Native
American Medical Assoc.
Michigan Journal of
P litical Science
Michigan Video Yearbook
Minority Organization of
Rackham (MOR)
Pi Delta Sorority
Residence H all Repertory
Theatre
Safewalk
Society of Women Engineers
Summer Outreach
Society of Physics Students
Student Nurses Association
The Association of Systems
Automation
U-M Women's Swim Team
VITA (Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance)
Wolverine Battalion

P{ o W ow Doaily Photo by DARRIAN SMITH
Pow Wow
Nine-year-old dancer, Jimmy Kliene (middle) does the "Grow," at a pre-
Pow Wow event in Baits II last night. The activity was a preview of the
annual Pow Wow which will begin on April 3.
Nicaraguan speaker

POLICE NOTES
Lab accident
A student's hair caught fire
yesterday in a chemistry lab. when
she bent too close to a bunsen bur-
ner, according to Teaching Ass-
istant Tony Wallner, who was su -
pervising the Chemistry 125 class
in which the incident occured.
"Someone said, 'Oh my God,
her hair's on fire,' and then I got
her over to the shower," Wallner
said.
The first-year student, who
asked to be unnamed, was taken to
University Health Service for
treatment of a slight scalp burn.
-Edward Kleine

GM workers hold strik

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alleged health and safety problems
and assembly line speedups.
"The talks broke down on the
strikeable issues and the deadline
came, so we walked out," said Ron
Miller, vice president of UAW Lo -
cal 594. "The main problem was
the subcontracting."

A negotiating session is
scheduled for 10 a.m. today, Cronin
said.
The three plants build the new
full-size Chevrolet and GMC pick -
up trucks, the small Chevrolet Bla -
zer and GMC Jimmy S-10 and S-15
sport-utility vehicles, medium and
heavy duty commercial trucks.

criticizes n
By BRIAN BONET
'* Humberto Belli, once a member
of an underground branch of the
Sandinista National Liberation
Front and former editor of the only
independent newspaper in Nicaur-
agua, last night spoke against the
Sandinista movement and the
spression of religion in his native
land.
Belli told a crowd of more than
150 in the Pendleton Room of the
Michigan Union that the Sand-
i istas have "underplayed their
commitment to Marxist-Leninism"
iu order to neutralize the fears of
Nicaraguans and to keep the debate
over contra funding going in Con-
gress.
"You might find non-Soviet
comunists in Latin America... but
not in Nicaragua," said Belli, a
former Marxist. "Find me one
single statement, one article where
the Soviet Union or Marxist-
Leninists have been criticized. Of
.course they wouldn't be as stupid to
admit the love they have for the
S$oviet Union (to the public)."
y Belli does not believe that the
Sandinistas and the Nicaraguan
people "were pushed (by the U.S.)
painst their will into the Soviet
orbit."
"Repression in Nicaragua began
bfore there were contras in Nicar-
"gua," he said.
Belli, who converted to
Christianity in 1974, believes "the
'Nicaraguan church today is the
,most silented church in Latin

1,t1I IIS ts
America besides Cuba,"
He said the church is defenseless
against attacks by the Sandinista-
backed press.
Although he oppposes the Sand-
inista movement, Belli does not
back the U.S.-supported Contras,
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