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The Michigan Daily-Sataurday, June 13, 1981-Page 5

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'U' offers
courses to
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comprehensive due to its extensive
facilities, he said.
THE -TOWSLEY Building, out of
which the CME operates, holds about
1,000 meetings a year, said Youel.
Those meetings are different from the
35 major conferences during the year.
Unlike lawyers, doctors are required to
attend conferences for a specific num-
ber of hours, he said.
Others besides the practicing
professional are often invited to the
conferences. Legal assistants as well as
students and faculty may attend the
law conferences, according to Mosley.
The law conferences are held all over
the state, while the engineering and
business conferences are held in Ann
Arbor, with most of the participants
housed'in University housing.
THE LAW school offers for sale,
along with its video tape presentation,
an audio cassette in a package along
with publications and other information
for those who cannot attend the con-
Fees charged for the various con-
ferences depend mainly on the material
offered the student in the course. The
medical conference, for example, will
charge an average of $325 for a week-
long course of 75 different topics, said
The cost to the participant is not so
much the money, but the time lost at
the conference, plus food and lodging.
"The total investment is quite high,"
Youel said, but the fee is a small part of

Making the save
Ann Arbor Demons goalie Tony Scaturro makes a save during yesterday's Fuller Field practice session for tomorrow's
14 years-and-under soccer tourney in Toledo.


Pat Boone petitions TC
From AP and UPI television and print ads for the mail or- our house."
WASHINGTON - Singer Pat Boone der product, Acne-Statin, during 1977. Then the camera angle widens to
asked the Federal Trade Commission The FTC said Boone received about 25 show singer Debbie Boone, his
yesterday to drop an unprecedented or- cents for every bottle of the treatment daughter. He adds, "And nothing ever
der requiring him to make refunds to sold. really seemed to work, did it, Deb?"
consumers of a purported acne cure he Boone's petition said the requirement Debbie Boone then shows pictures
endorsed in advertisements. of; restitution should be removed showing how the product "keeps on
The 1978 order against Boone marked because it places on Boone a burden killing the bacteria hours after each
the first time the government had held that the FTC has not imposed on other application." Pat Boone then tells
a celebrity appearing in advertising to celebrity endorsers. viewers how to buy a four-ounce con-
be accountable for the product to the TELEVISION commercials for the tsiner for $9.50 through the mail.
point of being liable for refunds to product featured Boone saying he has In the complaint that started the
buyers. four daughters and "We've tried a lot of case, the FTC charged, "There was no
BOONE APPEARED in radio, skin cleansers and medications around reasonable basis for claims that Acne-
Statin will cure acne and result in skin


Iraq, Arab nations seek
embargo against Israel

free of acne blemishes or for various
other performance claims."
Since then, industry officials have
said many show business personalities
are unwilling to endorse products
without first verifying the claims.

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was certain to veto anything like that.
The Soviet Union, U.N. observers
said, was almost certain to back the
toughest Arab demands in a bid to put
Washington's back to a diplomatic wall.
If the United States is forced to veto an
anti-Israel resolution, it would add to
Arab anger and deal another punch to
the administration's effort to forge a
peace settlement in Lebanon.
WHILE THE debate over whether
Israel was right or wrong shifted to the
United Nations, new election polls
published in Israel indicated Begin's
popularity had been boosted by the
With only 18 'days left until general
elections, a poll published in the
Jerusalem Post said Begin's Likud Bloc
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Begin timed the Iraqi raid as an elec-
tion ploy.
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million bicycles this year, accor~ting to
Bicycling Magazine.
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