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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 29, 1972

aumNNDRUG INFORMATION - * *
City election
Quaaludes: As had as barbs .o.n

Afro housing action due

(Continued from Page 1)

University attorney Roderick

By DRUG HELP
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This drug information column will be a regu-
lar weekly feature in The Daily.)
Quaaludes, a non-barbiturate downer, are being sold on
the streets these days. This chemical belongs to a special
class of drugs known as "hypnotics". Hypnotics are a heavy
downer, which are chemically different than barbiturates,
but potentially even more dangerous because people think it
is all right to drink alcohol with them. It isn't. They have
an amazing additive effect that skyrockets if you drink
or take a heavy dosage.
There are five companies which make Quaaludes -
Rorer (150 and 300 mg. pills), Strasenburgh (20 and 40 mg.
caps), Parke-Davis (200 and 400 mg. caps), Smith-Miller
and Patch (200 and 400 mg. caps) and Arner-Stone (75,
150 and 300 mg. pills). These are pharmaceutical and fairly
easy to identify.
Lately, however, we have noticed an influx of home-
made, hand-capped street Quaaludes. They have been found
in old darvon caps, or any other old caps that happen to
be around. WARNING - These are not real Quaaludes.
They seem to be a mixture of Quaalude, some barbiturate
and possibly some PCP. They take about 15-30 minutes to
take effect and they hit very hard - peaking about 5-15
minutes after they start, with all the typical downer
symptoms.
In an overdose case (which isn't all too unlikely if
you're drinking too), the person is extremely hard to arouse
and needs immediate attention. Take heed, people, a downer
trip is a death trip. For more information or help, call
761-HELP 24 hours a day.
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charged
The Human Rights Party (HRP)
yesterday accused two candidates'
for City Council of violating the
state election code on campaign
contributions.
HRP charged that Second Ward
candidates, Democrat M i c h a e l
Morris and Republican Thomas
Burnham, have violated sections
of 'the election code by announcing
their campaigns are funded by
j "anonymous" donors.
Morris joined HRP in listing the
contributors to his campaign Mon-
day, including as his biggest donor
a group called the Democratic Wo-
men's Club. Mark Levin, Morris'
campaign manager, said last night
that these funds were obtained
through fund-raising dinners and
that he was prepared to provide
the lists of all those who paid for
the meals.
Burnham had claimed that most
of his donations came from the
Republican general fund and that
it would be difficult to compile a
list of contributors.
According to Cornell, organiza-
tions should be considered an-
onymous donors unless the people
who specifically contributed money
are listed.

gents at their March meeting. Daane said yesterday there may be
"These questions include things legal problems insuring that the
like, how can we insure the units unit does not become de facto seg-
would be multi-racial? What hap- regated.
pens if you act on the applica- "If we use race in the selection
tions and the units are segregat- process we are acting unlawfully,"
ed? How do we evaluate it in a he said. "But to prevent de facto
year?" Fleming said. segregation we might have to use
Regents Paul Brown (D-Petos- race as a criteria. That's the prob-
key) and James Waters (D-Mus- lem."
kegon) said yesterday that they T
support the proposed units. How- The proposed units have been
ever, none of the other Regents endorsed by the Detroit Urban
contacted yesterday indicated League, the University's Commis-
their position. sion on Minorities and the state
Waters said that several Re- Democratic Black Caucus.
gents expressed concern at the The Michigan Civil Rights Com-
March meeting thatV-there be a m i s s i o n, while recommending
mechanism to insure that a sig- neither rejection nor adoption of
nificant number of white students the proposed living units, says the
live on the hall. plan would not violate state or
Regent Robert Nederlander (D- federal civil rights laws.
Detroit) said he would like to hear The Detroit chapter of the
"what the housing office has to NAACP, however, opposes the pro-
say concerning what means they posed houses, calling them "a step
will use to insure multi-racial per- away if not back, from integra-
centages." tion."
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University Players: Kopit's "Indians," s striK e
Power Ctr., 8 p.m.
Rsidential College Astronomical Film

Physics Discussion: R. Carroll, "Spon- Festival: -TheonoennUnivrmsPageE.
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chemically with Antisera to the Hor- Housing Policy Committee, March 30.
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Museum of Anthropology Lecture: J. Long hrs. but good money; register by
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'Quantum Mechanics and Protein Con- person.
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Speech Dept. Performance: Van Will interview Thurs., Mar. 30, 9:30-
Brugh's "The Confederacy," and Shel- 3:30; waterfront, riding instructor
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We, the undersigned endorse and actively support the
Human Rights Party candidates for the Ann Arbor City
Council:
JERRY DE GRIECK-First Ward
NANCY WECHSLER-Second Ward
GENIE PLAMONDON-Third Ward
DAVID BLACK-Fourth Ward
NANCY ROMER BURGHARDT-Fifth Ward

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The Democratic candidate for City Council in the 2nd Ward was the
instigator of a rezoning plan which would have had the following ef-
fects on the heavily student populated area of Elm, Linden, Walnut
and Geddes:
I. Could have eliminated rooming houses in the area
2. Would have made almost all properties in the area non-
conforming which legally prevents an owner from main-
taining his property to prolong its life, thus resulting in
a decaying neighborhood.
3. Would have decreased the number of students that could
inhabit a dwelling.
4. Could have resulted in higher rents due to decrease or
scarcity in student housing.
This irresponsible rezoning action was little understood when passed at
first re.ading of Couhcil, but it was unanimously defeated by Council
when brought up for final resolution.
We the Citizens of Tepbrook, representing tenants and residents of

Ross Connelly Dallas R. Hodgins
Salvador A. Sandoval Eric Chester]
Tom Sanders Susan Newell
Allen A. Russell SsnNwl
A. Richard Martin. Susan Winning
Bette Tallen Phil Carroll
Bruce Nussbaum Lisa R. North
Mary C. Thornberry Joyce Wong;
Archie Singham Gwen Johnson
Jana Everett Nancy K. Cozak
Robert Ross Fay Maffei
John Revitte Suzie Mitchell
Diane Revitte Anne Bobroff
Ron Alpern Angela D. Moore
William Rosenberg Lesley Wolf
Lyn Epstein Karen Gauze
Joan Schustack Joyce Schon
Robert E. Beyer Lynn R. Liston 1
Susan Paul Ron Busselman ]
Alesia Lapinsky Mike Foo
Dace Auzins Bob Alexander ]
Janet Agrinoff Daniel W. Boothley
Renee Russell Matthew R. Robbins7
MarnieHeyn Susan Steigerwalt
Ellen Zweig Joseph Meneghini 7
Fred LaBour Nan H. Steigerwalt7
Doug Currie Diana Autin
Bruce LeZerte Beth Brunton 7
Michele Sawich Joan Fellows
Sue Lavelle Barbara Lowenthal
Tom Ryan Barbara Glicklin I
Ed Zeldow Linda Guzman
Meda Schechtman John Tenhunen .
Bruce Raymond Laura Tenhunen ]
Bill Lamb David Raaflaub
Dennis Brown Rusty Lavelle
Charlie French Belita Cowan
Sean Butler Dace Autin
Carole Kovach Pat Lobert
John LeGros Kay Weiss
Gretchen Groth Joel Mulle
Wilson Jim Beach
Keith Lindsey Dick Becker
John B. Scott Sandy Buskirk
Susan S. Morse Ron Busselman
Irene E. Oliver Linda Butler
Helen Souter Bonnie Carlsen
Johanna Wirbel Marta Coblitz
Bob Redmond Michael Thoryn
Marian L. Hodgins Lisa North

Brian Spears
Donna Walderman
Paula Loughran
Dave Johnson
Irene Oliver
Richard Steinhart
Sam Dietchus
Julie Carroll
Kathy Kroll
Ron Weinmann
Barbara Holliday
David Paul
John Goldman
Elissa Miller
Jenny Moe
Mary Sherzer
Pam Hershberger
Linda Byrie
Keith Hefner
Lee Hefner
Hiawatha Bailey
David Sinclair
John Sinclair
Leni Sinclair
Michael Minnich
John Collins
Dan Wilder
Gary Grimshaw
Anne LaVasseur
Gary Rasmussen
Bob Rasmussen
Frank Bach
Peggy Taube
Ann Hoover
Graig Blazier
Jeanie Walsh
Genie Plamondon
Sam Smith
Kathy Kelley
David Fenton
Norma Radin
Luci Titunek
Tish Horowitz
Harry Trout
Bob Hefner
Marvin Felkeim
David F. Haskell
T. Jeffrey Lamb
Dianne Kent

Edward Feldman
T. Meconi
David Bird
Paul Perlman
Betty Paepke
Michael Ben Dor
Jan Ben Dor
Lydia Kleiner
Susan Scholander
Mary Toms
Steve Elliott
Nancy Schreiber
Nancy Breslow
Sarah Cohn
Bruce Larkin
Cory Beneker
Robert John George
David S. Rock
Paul Walk
Ken Bielak
Ressa Raulet
Mitch Booth
Eric Zimmerman
Kathleen Oliver
Sharon Wheeler
Susan Schroeder
Julie Coulter
Kay Bergenson
Barbara Kurtz
Laurie Tiderington
Rayburn Lewis
Carol Sue Pintek
Elissa Miller
Sandy Zeff
Lynn Stein
Linda Klein
Steve Sharpe
Alan Silver
Tom Tiderington
Jeffrey M. Crocker
Kathryn App
Bill Adler
Anne L. Giszczak
Ellen Zweig
Patti Freeburger
Spider Wentworth
Howard Kohn
Steve Koppman
John Koza

George Kral
Ricki Krings
Bob Kundas
Carl Karjala
Linda Lewis
Randy Lilly
Lynn Liston
Elizabeth Perkins
Jim Madden
Steve Manchester
Jeff Willinsky
John Broder
Skip Steigerwalt
Gretchen Wilson
Leslie Woodcock
Johanna Wribel
Dave Yoder
Marcia Zoslaw
Wayne Morrow
Jim Scherer
Alan Pitts
Peter Mitchell
Mary Ann Morris
Maureen Furlong
Mike Grossfeld
Marcia Glas
Bruce Harrison
Keith Hefner
Rose Hochman
Bill Huber
Elyse Cohen
Miriam Cohen
Doug Cornell
Mark Dickman
Dave Eastman
David Geitner
Gloria Gold
Donna Green'
Michael McPhillips
Mike Thoryn
Joe Tiboni
Marilyn Valentine
Jeanne Valliere
Carolyn Vanderslice
Ken Weeks
Chuck Wilbur
Dean Wilcox
Alan Wilde
Norm Wilson

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