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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Multiple Sclerosis Grant To Aid Iowa U. Research IOSVA CITY-The University, wave arc relayed through Iho.palho-physiolouy of dernytlina- of Iowa's college of medicine isisPinal soon lo revive a SIB ww want I nis lo measure (lliese reflexes, Or. KimuraSordcrs." Kimura explained. lion but alsu in tlinical assess- ment of dcmyclina'.ing dis- to conduct multiple solero.sis re hopes it will be possible to de search. 1'art of the grant wasitcc.t MS in its made possible by the estate of ,hc (legrcc of ,hc Clinton woman. j pathological process so that re- The Cedar Hapids Gazette: Tues., Jan, 1. 1974 Wine-AAaking Permits Needed, but liy Charles Strult Univertlly Jourttjllun Student Many patients with MS suffer from spasticity due to lesions in the brainstem or Ilic- higher cen-j DKS MOINKS That wine making kit you may have re- ceived for Christmas rn cause you lejjal problems head of a household from Hapids that cover 80 public, and Crozier The increase in sales of wine- ly using a wine-making kit. j Iowa's 99 counties." j these stores will receive warn-lmaking kits has not caused a Usually Dad Tnrcc a8cnls in llock ]decline in the sale of wine from cno-.ki (do CCVer, lo'A'a.j The rising cost of wine may state operated liquor stores, 'icnerally speaking, the la-j county and nine agents located1 Hliter is the head of the Omaha, cover the fiictor'" lne use and therefore is the only counties, used improperly. whfl obtain a permit Before making wine in Crozier said. tral nervous MS and other neurological orders to establish the underly-lcan be obtained by mail. associate professor of neurolo-jmidbrain; the blink reflex in the gy. Since part of the funds comeipons and medulla. These will from the estate of Hulda Keller! show hrainstein lesions. The'ing pathopliysiology of spas- of Clinton, the grant is named in! F-wavcs arc relayed from at the hrainstein level, her honor. i upper extremities and the II- Dr. Kinmra hopes to establish1 reflexes from the lower ex- clcctrodiagnoslic methods thatjti'emities, and these might show will he useful in evaluating'spinal cord lesions. system. federal law requires that; is howcver> (hat obtained from agents of the Bureau of Alto- Toliacco and Firearms he out arreslinK every i who Hlcgally a foreign markets. wine-making kit. "American wineries Alcohol, Tobacco and; hot, division of the trea-j will department. The permit! "Sales of wine have sky- ,of home wine-making kits. rocketed in the last year with a Crazier warned that beer- i Jim assistant percent Pcdclty making kits are illegal for itor of lhe lowa dpPart-said. "That compares to a 10 or anyone to use or possess with menl, said in an interview "the'n percent nationwide in- intent to Priccs of ;l" wincs arc Romg especially the imported Mines. tne 28y perccnt in- "Beer-making or of ,hc situation1 Collect Data Vcrn Slephenson, manager ofj itlie Des Moines store of the; ]Wine Art Iowa chain, said that! .Christmas "is the best time for To Gct WarninRs i Croxier said there were only! four investigators in A growing number of lowa "three in Des Moines and one in'storcs offer heer-mnking kits to; crease, Iowa consumes a .smaller anoiml of wine than have imost states. "We are ranked raised tficir prices because i about '13th out of 50 slates in there just aren't enough {wine Pedelty grapes to go he said, isaid. Involvement of cranial nerves and spinal cord brainstem and spinal cord le-j "Since small changes in body is quite common in MS but eval- sions in multiple sclerosis and temperature can affect remark- j "ntion of these lesions been other demyelinatiiig diseases. Karly Detection In previous work, Dr. Kimura has developed techniques to record the massetcr reflex, the blink reflex, spinal H-rcflex and F-wave (the ll-rcflex and F- ably the symptoms of MS. we I almost entirely dependent upon are particularly interested observation, developing a simple yet accu- Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, crippling disease of the brain and spinal cord. It usually strikes between the ages of 20 and 40, which are the critical years. rate and objective method to measure the temperature ef- fects in MS. "This may be useful not only in an understanding of the basic Kdward Crozier, resident agent in charge of iSic alcohol bureau for Iowa, r -ml in an in- terview that "heads of house- holds, 21 years of age or older, may produce up to 200 gallons of wine a year for family consumption." The 1911) law prohibits single persons or those persons not the owa U. Opens Drama IOWA CITY A new drama "laboratory" program has been started at the Uni- versity of Iowa to help stu- dents perfect their theater skills. The Matinee and Readers Theaters give playwrights, directors and actors a chance to try out new ideas, tech- niques and plays which inter- est them. The theater pro- grams may be the only "labs" on the U. of I. campus which encourage audiences and au- dience participation. At the Matinee Theater pro- grams, students present a scene or a group of scones from a play, with costumes and stage settings. At the Readers Theater, a group of actors presents a reading of an original script by a U. of I. student, under the direction of the playwright. The programs are informal at one performance the au- dience sat on the floor and was served popcorn, in keep- ing with the atmosphere of the Play- Sessions are free, arid the public is invited to attend. The theaters are held on Fridays at p.m., with additional performances scheduled on other weekday afternoons, in the Old Costume Sliop Theater on the lower level of Universi- ty Theater. Following the programs, the performers and audience' ad- journ to the Green room of the theater to discuss the per- formance. Cosmo Catalano, associate professor of speech and dramatic art, leads the Matinee Theater discussions. Oscar Brownstein, associate professor and director of the Playwrights workshop, con- ducts the discussion of the new scripts presented in Readers Theater. The work- shop initialed the program on a limited basis last year. Sev- eral original plays presented at the U. of I. last year began as Readers Theater presenta- tions, including John O'Keefc's "Chamber which was produced at Uni- versity theater. The reactions of audience members who are not as- sociated with the theater are especially valuable to the stu- dents, University Theater Director Lewin Goff says. The directors of the Matinee Theater plays are usually first- or second-year students in the three-year MFA degree program, Goff says. Directing the plays gives them addi; lional experience for the time when they will direct a Studio or University Theater produc- tion. Each directing student is given the opportunity to present at least two Matinee Theater programs during year. The scripts presented in Chrome Drip Pans by Elektra 100 150iarss a Pan S a Vff Pan At last! No more scrubbing old drip pans.'No more messy aluminum foil. Simply sponge clean most spills. Baked on boil overs wash off. Finish won't dull. 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