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WASHINGTON (AP) -
President Reagan bade the nation a
sentimental farewell last night,
claiming during his eight years in
office, "We meant to change a nation
and instead we changed a world." He
said his tenure had demonstrated that
democracy was as productive as it
In an Oval Office speech prepared
for delivery to a national broadcast
audience, Reagan said his parting
would be with "such sweet sorrow."
he said he was proudest of the
recovery from the 1981-82 recession
and "the recovery of our morale." he
cited the huge budget deficit as a
Reagan said the United States
recovered from an economic and
morale slump during his years and
he said other nations were
acknowledging his success.
"Countries across the globe are
turning to free markets and free
speech - and turning away from the
ideologies of the past. For them, the
Great Rediscovery of the 1980s has
been that, lo and behold, the moral
way of government is the practical
way of government," he said.
Reagan, who took office
describing the Soviet Union as the
"evil empire," said he views his
soviet counterpart, Mikhail
Gorbachev, as different from
previous Krcmlin leaders and he
expressed hope that the new Soviet-
American "closeness" would
Reagan said outgoing presidents
often leave with a warning - andhe
had one as well. He said he was
proud of the resurgence of national
pride, but feared that young people
did not share in it.
The roughly 20-minute speech
was Reagan's 34th from the Oval
"I've been asked if I have any
regrets. I do. The deficit is one," he
said. "I've been talking a great deal
about that lately, but tonight isn't
for arguments and I'm going to hold
give advice on
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BY STACEY GRAY
Condoms that do not pass
inspection in the United States are
sent overseas for use in other coun-
tries, so if you're planning a Euro-
pean vacation, you'd better bring
This was just one piece of advice
given by University Health Service
peer volunteers at a workshop last
night in West Quad's Chicago
The program focused on birth
control, but also discussed anatomy,
the menstrual cycle, pelvic
examinations, birth control methods,
pregnancy, sexually transmitted dis-
eases, clinic policies and safer sex.
The volunteers described
methods of birth control in detail and
passed around samples for the
students to examine. They also rated
the effectiveness of the various
methods, the worst being
withdrawal. Following in increasing
effectiveness are vaginal
spermicides alone, rhythm method,
the TodaySponge, the di-
aphragm/cervical cap, condoms
alone, condoms plus spermicide, the
Pill and finally - for 100 percent
effectiveness - abstinence.
"I think it is really important to
get this information out to students,"
said Laura, one of the two graduate
students who presented the program
to West Quad residents.
"There are certain times in peo-
ples lives when they are more apt to
take chances - especially at our
age," she added, informing the stu-
dents that about 50 percent of preg-
nancies today are unplanned.
About a dozen volunteers, work-
ing in pairs, present the contracep-
tive program throughout the year:
The program is held Monday nights
and Tuesday afternoons at"
University Health Services on
Thayer St., and will also visit groups
of 12 or more at dorms, fraternities.
and sororities upon request.
"All resident advisors in Univer-
sity dormitories are required to hold
two informative events a semester,'
said LSA junior Rob Meyer, an RA
in West Quad's Chicago House who;
coordinated the event. "I was pretty
happy with the turnout."
About 20 students attended the
one-and-a-half-hour program and the
reactions to it were overwhelmingly
"They did a pretty sensitive job
about a pretty sensitive topic," said a:
West Quad sophomore, who asked
not to be identified.
"It was wonderful," another resi-
Health Services requires students
to attend a lecture - such as this'
one - either in the dorm or at UHS,
before providing them with
Laura and her partner, Debbie,
emphasized the importance of using
birth control at all times. Just having
good intentions won't help, she said.
"After all," said Laura, "if it's ink
the drawer, it doesn't work!"
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