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speed or steroids in post-season games.
ACCORDING TO a 1984 survey con-
ducted by Michigan State University,
6.5 percent of college athletes used
anabolic steriods, 8 percent used am-
phetamines, 36 percent used
marijuana, and 17 percent used
cocaine. Those results were up 50 to
200 percent from a 1981 survey.
Some athletes take amphetamines
or steroids because they think it will
improve their performance. Am-
phetamines are supposed to increase
alertness and the ability to concen-
trate while anabolic steroids can
dramatically increase strength.
Doctors, however, say the drugs
will hurt athletes in the long run. A
report issued by the Big Ten's
Awareness Committee on Alcohol and
Drug Abuse said amphetamines do
not consistently improve performan-
ce, although they may give the athlete
the feeling that he is doing better.
Steroids, which are prescribed for
therapeutic purposes in mild doses,
can result in a diminished sex drive,
sterility, cancer, and liver disease if
they are taken to increase muscle
STEVE STOYKO, a sophomore on
Michigan's basketball team, agreed
that the so-called "performance-
enhancing" drugs don't live up to
their name. "They'll enhance it to a
point," he said, "but after a while
you'll fall into a depression."
Stoyko knows quite a bit about drug
abuse, but not from personal ex-
ng's popularity grows despite civil rights concerns
perience: He went through a drug
counselor training program in high
Stoyko and several other Michigan
athletes acknowledged that the drug
testing is an invasion of privacy, but
all of them endorsed the program.
"Sure, (using drugs is) your own
thing, but I think it should be stop-
ped," Stoyko said. "As far as invasion
of privacy is concerned, if you want to
take drugs and you want to play sports,
you have to choose one or the other."
ANOTHER reason for the testing,
Stoyko said, is simply that athletes -
especially those at a school with a
well-known athletic program like
Michigan - are always being
scrutinized, and the testing can stop a
problem before it turns into a scandal.
"We're under a microscope.
Everyone's looking at us," 'said
Stoyko. "Athletes are on a pedestal,
and people like to find a way to knock
One of Stoyko's teammates, senior
Butch Wade, agreed that athletes are
singled out for drug testing. But he
said there is nothing wrong with that
because "athletes stand out more
from the other students."
"It's no big deal, so why worry
about it?" he said.
ONE GROUP that does think the
testng is a big deal in the American
Civil Liberties Union, which claims
random tests done by public univer-
sities are a clear violation of the Four-
th Amendment, which protects against
Here's how the drug testing eluding marijuana . cocaine,.
program at Michigan works, accor- stimulants depressants, and heroin.
ding to coache s and medical officials: The test can trace use of some of these
drugs as far back as three or four
*The team physician and thae head weeks.
coach decide when to test the players .If a test shows drug use, the head
for drug use, The tests ay take coach is informed It is up to the
PJA _,once a season, as was the case coach and the team doctor to deter-'
with last year's hockey players, or six mine how to handle the problem. Ur -
tines a season, as was the case wit der no eircumstances is the player's
last yar's basketball gent. name released. Usually, the player'
*Tbe atbletes are informed of the receives a warning and is subjected to
tests the day before they take place.further testing, and repeated eviden.
A simple urinalysis test is taken., The ce of drug use can result.in mandatory
spci men jaris .mrkeWith nflan counseling, suspensonor dismissal
er so that onlythe team physician frOmn the team, Officials say no
knows which p it belongs to athletes have been kicked ff any
.The specinen 'jars are sent tO teamfordrug useduring thetyears
University Hospitals, where they are of Michigan's program,
checked for a variety f drug, I2#-..--tEr1C'MatLson
Major League Baseball players
prompted a burst of protest from the
players association, which said the
tests would be a violation of civil
BUT WHEN the movement began
toward drug testing in college
athletics - and the momentum is
growing - it didn't cause nearly as
much controversy. Officials say that
one reason for this is that the debate
in baseball came on the heels of a
well-publicized drug trial.
Pat Goff, a senior on the hockey
team, suggested that "a college
player may be afraid to protest"
because opposing the testing may ap-
pear to be an admission of drug use.
Coach Berenson said many people
view testing that way. "Why would
they disagree with it unless they were
using drugs?" he said. He added that
the movement toward more extensive
testing is inevitable.
"You're seeing it at the Olympic
level, you're seeing it at the college
level, and there's no question you're
going to see it at the professional
level," he said.
Don Canham, Michigan's athletic
director, said the baseball team will
probably be the next team to be tested
here. "We're going to eventually do it
all," he said, although he declined to
say when different sports would be
.. supports drug testing
unreasonable search and seizure.
"It's a violation of a fundamental
right," said Norma Rollins, associate
director of the ACLU's New York
chapter. "The courts have upheld the
contention that you cannot do random
Rollins said that while it would be
allowable for public universities to
screen players who appear to be using
drugs, the random tests Michigan and
other schools conduct are uncon-
Rollins said she is not aware of any
lawsuits involving the testing of
college athletes, and she said one
reason for this may be that players
are afraid to speak out against the
"PEOPLE ARE very hesitant to
say, 'I oppose this on principle,'
because everyone will say, 'You don't
oppose this on principle, you oppose it
because you use drugs," she said.
Roderick Daane, the University's
general counsel, said he thinks the
tests are constitutional as long as they
are conducted properly. He declined
Although many college athletes say
they don't mind the testing, the
suggestion of instituting such tests for
The athletic department also plans
to look into the possibility of testing
for steroids, although such tests are
difficult to conduct and are nearly five
times as expensive as the $25 test for
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MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Winter term
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Corner of S. University & S. Forest
536S. Forest Ave.
STUDENT SERVICES BUSINESS SERVICES
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BRAND NEW TELEPHONES - Installed as
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10 Indian mulberry
13 "West Side
18 A choice
19 Dusseldorf ex-
22 More senseless
25 Molecule part
27 LXXVI doubled
28 RR stop
31 Cold sensa-
33 Gloomy, of yore
34 Bad actor
35 Monastic titles
36 Deck member
37 One kind of
38 Angler's essen-
39 Baseball ploys
41 Part of IOU
43 Aromatic spice
44 Word written on
48 Part of AWOL
52 Baseball stat.
53 These equal
8 Union org.
10 Unknown: Abbr.
11 Skin problem
12 Get an eyeful
15 - Rhyne:
16 "My Name is
21 QBs' targets
24 Calendar abbr.
25 Sheltered sides
27 Island of King
28 Oak and elm
30 Kind of corner
31 Mod hairdo
33 Irene of the
37 Places: Lat.
40 Patriot's pur-
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43 - detete
45 Clio and Erato
46 Taken -
48 Mil. installa-
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50 "Star Trek" role
51 Greek letter
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