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Page 10 --The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 15, 1988

Candidates
stress pride

mila
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
George Bush said yesterday that
American flags have sold more
briskly since Republicans "began
restoring pride" in the country in
1981. Michael Dukakis stressed
support for some weapons and muted
earlier opposition to others as he'
sought to blunt attacks on his
defense credentials.
Bush also touted smaller than
expected trade deficit figures and
Dukakis accused the Republicans of+
opposing "every single effort" to
reform the Pentagon, while their
managers fleshed out details on the
campaign debates that are expected to
be pivotal in the close race for the
White House.
Officials said that vice{
presidential candidates Dan Quayle{
and Lloyd Bentsen would hold their+
only debate of the fall on Oct. 5 in
Omaha, Neb. Los Angeles was fixed+
as the site of the second and final
Bush-Dukakis debate on either Oct.
13 or 14.
The two contenders for the White1

ry
House square off a week freon
Sunday in Winston-Salem, N.C., n
their first debate of the campaign..]
Said Bush, "I've been lookig
forward to it."
But Dukakis went to Annapolis,
Md., which was to have hosted a
debate yesterday night, and taunted
the vice president for his refusal o
make it a date. "If George Bush isn't
ready today after seven and a half
years as vice president of this
country, how can we expect him; to
be ready on Jan. 20, 1989?" tle
Democrat said. )4
Dukakis aides said tle
Massachusetts governor would cart'e
a day or two out of his travel
schedule to prepare for the fiait
debate, a reflection of the importae
of the event in the hardfought
campaign.
Public opinion polls in recet
days have shown Bush holding a
single-digit lead, and Democratic
aides said privately they didn't 1ok'
for much change in the 10 days
before the debates begin.

Associated Press Associated Press'
See no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil
U.S. Vice President George Bush strikes a prayerful pose yesterday during a food blessing at a Mexican restaurant in
Orange, NJ. Meanwhile, President Reagan tells reporters he can't hear them as he leaves the White House
yesterday to help Bush's bid for President in Missouri.

Alcoholism: end may be near

UM News in
The Daily
764-_.r'

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -
White blood cells reproduced from
the cells of alcoholics differ from the
cells of non-alcoholics in at least one
key way, and researchers said
yesterday the findings could help
prevent the disease.
The findings, reported in the mid-
There is life after

September issue of the Proceedings
of the National Academy of Sciences,
tend to confirm epidemiologic
evidence of an inherited aspect to
alcohol dependency.
The research, led by Dr. Ivan F.
Diamon of the University of
California San Francisco,
college ...

involved the progeny of cells taken
from lifelong alcoholics and from a
non-drinking Mormon group.
The scientists found a difference
between the cells descended from
those of alcoholics and the cells
raised from non-alcoholics.

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