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November 18, 1987 - Image 18

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-11-18

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HE'S IT TALKING
G WINSUSPENDE
THIS IS
NO PHfASE.
You better open your eyes because there's a good
chance he's doing drugs.
The fact is, 60% of all high school students are
abusing drugs and alcohol. It's a disease, not a family
failure. The best form of prevention is intervention.
STRAIGHT helps you do just that.
STRAIGHT is a treatment program for kids and their
families. The treatment program is self-help-kids help kids, parents help parents, and
families help families. STRAIGHT's worked for hundreds of families all over the country.
Over 3,000 families have entered STRAIGHT. They've worked every day to regain
the stability of a healthy family-a family dream that
was almost destroyed by drugs.
We want you to visit us.
Call STRAIGHT. (703) 6421980

A not-for-profit, privately funded treatment program
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A success rate that speaks for itself.

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stop what came so close to ruining my
future. I never want to look at another ID,
let alone use one.
CLIFF EARLE
Thfts University
Medford, Mass.
I write to you not as a gung-ho moralist
but as a student who was suspended from
school for a semester (losing all credits
and monies) and then sentenced to five
days in jail, plus 100 hours of community
service and six weeks of criminal therapy.
This does not include the black mark on
my record. All this for the joy of producing
four ID's for myself and my friends.
ANDREW J. GONGOLA
Re-enrolled sophomore at
The College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, Va.
All-Male Colleges
In "Studying Womankind" (COLLEGE
LIFE), you present my alma mater and its
students as sexist. A large segment of the
student body argues for coeducation.
ALLEN SCHULZ, Wabash '87
Yale Divinity School
New Haven, Conn.
[You] specified that Wabash, Hampden-
Sydney and The Citadel were the only
remaining all-male colleges. A fourth
that must not be overlooked is Morehouse
College, a predominantly black institu-
tion in Atlanta, Ga., which has a proud
tradition of producing distinguished grad-
uates, including the late Dr. Martin Lu-
ther King Jr.
CHARLES A. WALTON Jr.
Indiana University School of Law
Indianapolis, Ind.
The Virginia Military Institute is also
an all-male institution.
CADET ANDREI URTIEW
Virginia Military Institute
Lexington, Va.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, a
small engineering school, has always been
all-male and, unfortunately, might always
remain so.
THOMAS J. SUELFLOW
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Terre Haute, Ind.
Letters to the Editor, with the writer's name
and address and daytime telephone
number, should be sent to: Letters Editor,
Newsweek On Campus, 444 Madison Avenue, New
York, N.Y. 10022. Letters may be edited for
reasons of space and clarity.

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ARE YOU SEARCHING?
WE ARE, TOO...
Searching for young
Catholic men, like you.. .
To live and work with the poor ...
To share their sorrows and joys...
To care for the needy little ones ...
To bring Christ into their lives .. .
If you have a heart big enough,
JOIN US!
COLUMBAN FATHERS,
MISSIONARIES
TO THE THIRD WORLD
For more information,
write or call:
Father Michael Cody
6449 North Magnolia Avenue
Chicago, IL 60626
(312) 274-9111

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