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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY SSA. 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY / THIITRSDAY. 1~ThRTTA1LY ?A 1053

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Police Sieze
16 Students
In France
On Jan. 28, French police ar-
rested many of the national and
local leaders of the National
Union of Algerian Students in
Paris, and announced the disso-
lution of the Union.
In all, 16 students were arrest-
ed ,including the president and
international vice-president, the
president and treasurer of the
Paris section, the president and
secretary-general of the Grenoble
section, and others.
Aoufi, president of the Paris
section, was arrested in the Cite
Universaire, which has tradition-
ally been considered a place of
sanctuary in France.
Immediately following the ar-
rests, the National Union of
French Students protested to the
government.
The reason given by the French
government for the dissolution of
the Union was an alleged "viola-
tion of the external security of the
State."
This latest action of arrest and
dissolution followed a series of
arrests of Algerian student lead-
ers. The last incident, the arrest
of the' Algerian Union General
Secretary in November, brought
strong protests from many Na-
tional Unions of Students. He has
since been held in a military
prison near Algiers without trial
or legal advice.

HEART TREATMENT:
'U' Medical Center Uses
Catheterization Process

At the University Medical Cen-
ter a catheter, a small plastic tube
which is inserted in a forearm
vein, pushed up past the shoulder
and down into the heart, is help-
ing to save the lives of many chil-
dren whose hearts have not de-
veloped normally.
While such children would have
had little' chance to lead normal
lives five years ago, today rapid
advances are being made to save
these lives by opening the heart
and correcting the defects.
Catheterization is a complicat-
ed process, carried out at the Uni-
versity by a highly trained team
of pediatricians, cardiologists,
heart surgeons, radiologists,
nurses and technicians.

Almost every child who may,
need corrective heart surgery
undergoes the procedure in a spe-
cially equipped room at University
Hospital.
This "angiographic unit" has
been developed as part of the
University's human resources re-
search and service program which
has been supported by legislative
funds for research in human re-
sources for the past two years.
The process is painless to the
child, who needs only a local
anesthetic in the arm, and is
awake and entertained by a stu-
dent nurse while the end of the
catheter is directed into his heart
with the aid of a fluoroscope.

Draft Head
Warns Men
To Register
Many young men are forgetting
to register on their 18th birthday
as required by the current draft
law, according to Col. Arthur A.
Holmes, State Director of Selec-
tive Service.
Every male citizen and most
male aliens are required to regis-
ter by the fifth day following
their 18th birthday. However, E.
Jack Petoskey of the Office of
Registration and Records stressed,
aliens who entered the country
under a student visa are not re-
quired to register with the draft
board.
Registration can be accom-
plished at any local board in the
area where the registrant may be
on his 18th birthday.
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--Daily-Fred Merrill
ANT-WATCHERS-Rapidly gaining popularity on campus, ant-watching requires very little skill. All
that is necessary is a desire to observe the minute creatures in their native habitat. The only danger
lies in a possible miscalculation on the part of the owner. Special ant-farms can be purchased and
an enclosed Ant Watcher's Manual reveals the many answers plaguing the average ant-lover.

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twhere Judaism differed"
Four religious groups
will participate in this program:
Congregational and Disciples Guild
Westminster Student Fellowship
Roger Williams Guild
Hillel Student Community
Movie "ONE GOD," based on the book by Mrs. Fitch
Followed by discussion lead by:
Prof. William Jeslin, History Dept.
Rabbi Arm of Shaaii Zedek, Detroit
Sunday, Feb. 23 - 7:00 F.M.
Hillel Lounge

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GULF. OIL CORPORATION
Representatives will be at
the University of Michigan
MARCH 6, 1958
to interview candidates for positions in
RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
Chemistsf
Physicists
Geophysicists
Mathematicians,
Chemical Engineers
Mechanical Engineers
Electrical Engineers
For additional information and to apply for
an interview, please see Dr. Glenn Ludlow,
Director, Bureau of Appointments and Occu-
pational Information.

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