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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 2, 1989

CHINA
Continued from Page 1
in private. "We'll have to wait sev-
eral months, possibly even years, to
see the real effects of the administra-
tion's efforts," Gordon said.
V Several local Chinese student
leaders, including Wuer Kaixi -
who led the students in Tiananmen
Square during the protests - also
addressed -the crowd. Wuer went into
hiding immediately after the military
crackdown in Beijing and was hunted
by the government until he escaped
to Paris aboard a cargo plane in late
June.
Wuer lauded those slain during
the military massacre and was moved
to tears as he spoke of the violence
ie had witnessed. He urged the crowd
never to forget the June events.
As the speeches and songs ended,
the crowd assembled into a line sev-
Oral miles long and marched 20
blocks down Connecticut Ave. to
the Chinese Embassy, carrying signs
aid chanting in both Chinese and
hglish.

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Philippine protest
Supporters of the late Ferdinand Marcos display placards and portraits of the former first family at Manila's
Rizal Park yesterday as they urged the government to allow Marcos' burial in the Philippines. Marcos died
Thursday of cardiac arrest while in exile in Hawaii.

ADRIAN, Mich. (AP) -
Students returning to some Mich-
igan campuses this fall are learning
lessons about the potentially fatal
consequences of unprotected sex.
Counselors from the Midwest
AIDS Prevention Project are touring
colleges and universities to present
facts about the disease and help stu-
dents develop new attitudes about
having sex or not having it at all.
"It's not who you are or what
you are, but what you do," MAPP
President Craig Covey said during a
recent seminar at Siena Heights
College here. "What matters is the
kind of behavior you engage in."
Covey and Kevin Hileman, two
people involved in the program, dis-
tributed condoms and AIDS informa-
tion and spoke to about 100 students
at the small Roman Catholic school.
Catholic doctrine still teaches
that premarital sex is a sin and that
the natural rhythm method - be-
tween married couples - is the only
acceptable form of birth control.
But MAPP was invited to Siena
Heights so students could obtain in-
formation needed to make responsi-
ble choices, said Bernadette Pelland,
assistant dean of students.
"I'd be blind, deaf and dumb if I
didn't do anything as an educator,"
she said.
Siena Heights students are part of
the widening audience found by
MAPP, a nonprofit organization fi-

nanced by donations and a grant from
the Michigan Department of Public
Health.
Health statistics indicate acquired
immune deficiency syndrome is
leveling off among homosexual
men, still its prime target, and in-
creasing among intravenous drug
users, women having sex with bi-
sexual men and other heterosexuals.
AIDS is caused by a virus that dame
ages the body's immune system,
leaving victims susceptible to infec-
tions and cancer.
"Right now, we're where we were
at with gays four or five years ago
- on the edge of an epidemic,"
Covey said.
A survey by the Alan Gutmacher
Institute, a New York-based research
organization, showed condom use
among 17- to 19-year-old men in-
creased from 21 percent to 58 percent
between 1979 and 1988. But an-
other study conducted earlier this
year at 19 college campuses showed
nearly two of every 1,000 students
tested positive for the AIDS virus,
slightly higher than the rate among
military recruits.
Acceptance of condom use is
only part of the battle against AIDS,
Covey said. He and Hileman spent
part of their time at Siena Heights
asking students to demand knowl-
edge about a potential bedmate's
sexual past.

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One Night Of Sin
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We Can't Go Wrong
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Still Cruisin'
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