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PILL
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gency use, manufacturers essentially
would only be required to file the
proper paperwork with the agency.
With its action yesterday, the FDA
in effect was notifying manufactur-
ers that it would approve such a
request.
However, officials at the Wyeth-
Ayerst Laboratories, one of two compa-
nies that make the pills, said the com-
pany would not seek approval to market

the pills for emergency contraceptive
use because it feared potential product
liability litigation.
"We have no plan to market or label
any form of birth control pills forpost-
coital emergency use," said Audrey
Ashby, a company spokesperson. "We
do not support revisions to the labeling.
"We do support the need for
American women to have more-centra-
ceptive choices, but we see product lia-
bility litigation as an important'iue in
contraceptive marketing, and a ignifi-
cant barrier to contraceptive research,"
she added.

The Associated Press
It is as if the birds and the bees sud-
denly have been rendered irrelevant.
Around the world, biologists gath-
ered at laboratory watercoolers yester-
day to assess the latest installment in a
gripping biotech soap opera - the cre-
ation, as if by magic, of a wee lamb
named Dolly.
Scottish scientists have revealed that
they used mammary cells from adult
ewes to create little Dolly and eight
other lambs in the spitting image -
genetically - of their ovine mothers.
"The whole thing is just a mind-
blower said Ursula Goodenough, a
geneticist at Washington University in
St. Louis.
The achievement raises countless
questions about fate, immortality and
the nature of self, but none of that will
apply to humans or anything else unless
scientists can duplicate their feat in
other creatures. And years of failed
experiments suggest that won't be easy.
"There's certainly no way to rule out
the possibility, but I wouldn't wager an
awful lot that it would ever be success-
ful in humans in the foreseeable future,"
said David Kirk, an embryologist at

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opportunities at the University of Denver
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summer instruction--in beautiful Denver--
with top professionals in the publishing
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reference publishing, textbooks, electronic
publishing, & literary agencies. Experienced
professionals conduct workshops in theareas
of: editorial, marketing, design, production,
& sales. This recruiting event is scheduled
through the U of M Career Planning & Place-
ment office. For more information, call Larry
Baker at 8001347-4253 ext. 1219.
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ABORTION
Continued from Page 1
reasons.
"I would rather have somebody use it
than have a child, but sometimes it could
be used as a contraceptive when it's not
supposed to be used as one," said School
of Education junior John Roberts.
First-year student Maija Cirulis said
the effect of drugs like the "morning
after" pill will affect the possibility of
ever outlawing abortion.
"I think it will be harder to make
abortion illegal now with these drugs
on the market,' Cirulis said. "I think
that it's just another form of abortion. I
think women have a choice - and
that's whether to have sex or not."
Other anti-abortion students also
said they disagree with the use of the
pill as a form of abortion.
"I would never, ever use it," said

Angela Bailey, a Kinesiology -sopho-
more. "I am pro-life and because of
my religion I believe that two hours
after conception or two months after
conception it is a child. People need to
take responsibility for having unpro-
tected sex.
The amount of media attention given
to the "morning after" pill vllm ake
women more aware of contraceptive
options, said Ilona Cohen, president of
the University chapter of the American
Civil Liberties Union.
"Pro-choice advocates still iist that
birth control or abortion are always a
women's choice and a private matter no
matter what," Cohen said. "I think (the
FDA's decision) is beneficiA-to all
women in general. They will beable to
be smarter and use more fective
means of birth control."
- Daily Staff Reporteeiqgather
Kamins contributed to this eport.

Washington University.
Even if it is, experts are split on how
similar a human clone would be to its
progenitor. A clone would look
almost identical to the person who
spawned it, biologists said, Ut"per-
sonality or susceptibility to somne dis-
eases could still vary quite a bit.
Childhood nutrition and even a moth-
er's experiences during pregnancy can
affect how a person turns out'just as
much as genes do. .
That means the chances of evil Nazis
reproducing dozens of littleWTitlers
with blood from a handkerchief, as they
did in the 1978 movie "The Boys from
Brazil," are pretty remote. NevF mind
the fact that blood cells donit have
nuclei, so there's no genetic mateial in
them to clone. i
So it's a bit too early to mourn the
End Of Sex and declare a Brave New
World in which people have first names
and model numbers.
In fact, there seems to be something
unique about sheep that makes them
especially suitable for 'cloning.
Researchers have tried for decades to
do the same trick with frogs ahrd mice,
with no luck.

TAXES
Continued from Page 1
sue "further action," which could have
included the imposition of a fine or a
term in jail.
Scott said that after he explained the
confusion to the IRS, he was spared
these strict actions. Instead he was put
on a payment plan.
"l've been paying them off ever
since," Scott said, noting that he was to
blame for the problem. "It was ignorance
on my part. I didn't know what I was
doing"
Scott said the problem started when
he incorrectly filed as a part-time
instead of a full-time worker.
IRS Public Affairs Specialist Elcy
Maccani said the most common
errors made while filling out tax
forms are mathematical miscalcula-
tions.
Maccani said one of the best ways to

avoid errors is to "always use tle sim-
plest form."
She said, students might benefit
from declaring with the 1040EZ, a
simplified version of the 104Q form.
She also suggested visiting the IRS
website at http://wwwirs.ustreas.gov,
where she said tax forms, instrutions
and answers to common questions can
be found.
For more personalized help, the Beta
Alpha Psi accounting fraternity at the
University will be running a voluntary
income tax assistance program. Open
to University students and low income
families, it will hold sessions Tuesday
nights starting March 11.
The program's coordinator, School
of Business junior Michelle
Bakalarski, said past years have taught
the organization to thoroughly prepare
for the complex needs of international
students. "We have their forms avail-
able," Bakalarski said.

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