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Segretti Pleads Innocent in Letter Caper tfAMPA, Fla. (UPI) Donald Segretti, accused of political sabotage, pleaded innocent Thursday to two counts of violating federal campaign laws and was freed on a $10,000 personal recognizance bond. The young Los Angeles attorney would answer no questions from newsmen. Mis attorney, Raymond La Porte of Tampa, refused even to clarify whether Segretti is 31 years old, or as young as 28, as some reports have claimed. He pleaded innocent to charges of distributing and conspiring to distribute a piece of phony campaign literature which has come to be known as the "Muskie Letter." The letter mailed from nearby St. Petersburg during the 1972 Florida Democratic primary was on Sen. Edmund Muskie's stationery and charged two of his opponents, Sens. Hubert Humphrey and Henry Jackson, with sexual misconduct. Tampa accountant George Hearing has pleaded guilty to one count and is pending sentence in connection with the letter's distribution. U.S. Attorney John Briggs of Jacksonville said the investigation is continuing and there could be more indictments forthcoming. BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI)— decline in drinking problems Drinking problems are highest afte* the age of 25," he said. among men in their early 20s "Jj? *£SbJPJX ST , ° ., -,jjjt_ serious problems appear to ne and not the stereotyped middle- ini t Jated by drinking habits In 1010 the astronomer Kepler predicted that Mars had two moons. Both miniscule, they were not discovered untif 1877 by Asaph Hall at the United States Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C. age Skid Row bums, a 12-year study of American's alcohol use j showed today. The youngest age group surveyed, those between 21 and 24, experienced the greatest [prevalence of all drinking problems, reported Don Cahalan, a behavioral scientist with the University of California School of Public Health. "Apparently there is a rapid Again in 73, giving you mosfnome for your money! tion artd vault ion*. 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"Thus the pattern of high levels of youthful heavy drinking runs counter to the j stereotype of the alcoholic as a Skid-Row type in his mid-forties or fifties." There is a general tendency for individuals, particularly those of upper economic status, to move out of the drinking and problem drinking categories as they approach their 30s, the study found. Upper status men in the 40s and 50s appear to "mature out" of problem drinking more successfully than lower socioeconomic groups, where there is an increase of problems in the 45-49 bracket. "The maturing out process is also observed among men in smaller towns and rural areas," Cahalan said. The research, supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, indicated 68 per cent of the adult population drinks and excessive use of alcohol carries an estimated national price tag of $15 billion a year in accidents, crime and delinquency, health and welfare. 2 ,000 Frogs Readied for Calaveras Jump ANGELS CAMP, Calif. (UPI) — Twenty-one. governors, 24 mayors and 14 foreign countries had entries ready to compete today in the century old Jumping Frog Jubilee of Calaveras County. Frogs were scheduled to be put through preliminary jumps to qualify . for International Grand Finals Sunday and a chance at top prize money of $1,200. Sometimes called Frogtown, this once-booming Gold Rush town of 3,000 is expected to be swollen to 80,000 persons during the weekend. About 2,000 frogs will be competing. The jubilee was made famous by Mark Twain in his short story "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" in which a weighted-down bullfrog named Dan'l Webster couldn't budge or even croak. To take the top prize money a Ripple leaped 19 feet, 3% bullfrog must beat the world inches, record set in 1968 by Bill| If a world record is not set, Proctor and Leonard Hall of I the final top prize will be only Lafayette whose frog named | $300. Agnew Says He's Optimistic About Status of U. S. Economy ATLANTA (UPI) - Apologizing for such a' tame speech, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew voiced optimism Thursday over the nation's economy and said the major surge in food prices was past. Agnew made no mention of Watergate, but later he asked a group of Georgia Republican leaders about the scandal and they assured him most folks around here felt it was "overemphasized" and were tired of hearing about it. Agnew told the annual meeting of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce that the Nixon Administration expects the U.S. economic boom to slow down and inflation to decline. "Food price increases are already showing signs of moderating and by far the most rapid rise in food prices is behind us," the Vice President told about 1,000 business leaders. Prices and the Gross National Product may not go down, he said, but "from now on at least they will cease to rise as rapidly. "The food price problem is basically one of inadequate supplies of farm products," he said. "The President has taken a number of steps to increase these supplies and we are confident that as these actions begin to take hold and farmers respond to the incentive to produce more, the supplies will increase." Agnew said wholesale industrial prices have been "skyrocketing" because of a worldwide boom, the devalua 1 ' tion of the dollar and "probably by the move to Phase III which enabled firms to speed up price increases . that might have taken months under Phase II." But he said the administration is "confident that the large wholesale price increases we have had will not be repeated in coming months." Cahalan called for preventive programs, essentially educational and tailored for specific groups, despite past apathy ind antagonism to such programs from a public which accepts drinking—even heavy drinking. Now You Know ... By United Press International Americans eat an average of 80 hot dogs apiece each year. 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