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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 26, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Friday, September 26, 1969

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usage; University housing, 11.2
per cent; off-campus housing,
12.1 per cent; sororities, 0.0 per
cent; and co-op, 8.3 per cent.
The analysis of the amount
of drug use by class shows a
tendency for usage to increase
as students progress in school
until the graduate level.
From freshman year to grad-
uate studies the use of tranquil-
izers increases from 7.1 per cent
sample of 98 students) to 15.5
per cent at the graduata level
(sample of 296 students). ,
Tobacco usage increases from
53.1 per cent of freshmen to
58.8 per cent of graduate stu-
dents. Alcohol increases f r o m
86.7 per cent to 90.9 per cent
at the graduate level.
However, except for a com-
ment of potential dangers of
tobacco and alcohol, the com-
mittee does not mace v a lu e
judgements on the drugs. The
committee does recommend
various educational programs
which the respondents indicat-
ed would be desirable.
Most students said the pre-
sent campus and community re-
sources do not adequately meet

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students smoke pot

the needs of students with
questions or problems concern-
ing drugs. Most students indi-
cated they would tend to trust
a university-sponsored program.
Based on analysis of the sur-
vey's data, the subcommittee
suggests that future programs
"provide current and objective
information about physical and
psychological consequences of
drug use, ihformation on legal
aspects, and provide information
on r6sources available to assist
students with problems or ques-
tions.
In order to insure the con-
fidentiality of the questionnaires,
no record was kept of the 1000
students selected for the sample.
no signatures or any identifica-
tion were requested and no code
numbers were used anywhere on
the questionnaires or return en-
velopes.
According to Bordin and his
subcommittee the s u r v e y's
sample is representative of the
student community, with small
ambiguities.
"The 60.7 per cent of the sam-
ple who were male, and the 39.3
per cent who were f e m a l e
matches almost perfectly the 60

per cent to 40 per cent male-
*emale 'breakdown of the total
student population," says the
report. In regard to marital
status and certain residence
groupings, the sample also
matches the University commu-
nity.:
There are sample weaknesses
in the breakdown for year in
school and schools and colleges
of the University. The survey
reports that undergraduates
mnakeup 49 per cent of the sam-
ple while actually compr-ising 60
per cent of the student popula-
tion.
"This perponderance of grad-
uate students in the sample may
well affect some of the findings
and should be carefully consid-
ered in drawing conclusions,"
states the report.
Another weakness is in the
representation of the various
schools and colleges. No re-
sponses were received from law,
medical and dentistry schools
and proportionately few from
the education school.
In addition, according to Uni-
versity recording procedure stu-
dents in the graduate school are
not listed as members of Rack-
ham, as the survey reported,
but as members of the academic
unit which the department be-
longs.
Thus if the 40 per cent listed
as belonging to Rackham were
divided up among the other
schools and colloges, the com-

mittee believes "the configura-
tion of students from LSA and
engineering, in the sample,
would closely approximate that
of the total University."
The committee noted the ex-
tremely high usage of tobacco
and alcohol in all the categories
and groupings.
"With all the attention paid
to the potential dangers of non-
medically prescribed, drug use."
states the report, "It is often
forgotten that the potential for
abuse and consequential phy-
sical and psychological damage?
is a very real factor in the use
of tobacco and alcohol."
"Certainly the preliminary
findings of this survey would
indicate that there is a very
real problem with regard to
alcohol and tobacco usage on
this campus," the report adds.
Dr. Fred M. Davenport, chair-
man of the department of epide-
miology in the public healtl-
school, has been appointed a con-
sultant to the National Institute
of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
He will serve as chairman of the
U.S. virus diseases panel of the
U.S.-Japan Medical Science Pro-
gram. The two-nation panel es-
tablishes specific research goals
and guidelines directed toward ad-
vancing knowledge of viral dis-
eases, -including encephalitis, re-
spiratory viral diseases, smallpox,
and rabies.

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