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The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 31, 2000 - 7A

GORE
.Cntinued from Page IA
Oanipulative attack," Gore said.
Gore defended his pro-choice position and support for
campaigning finance reform proclaiming that he has fought
for both. Gore's supporters spoke in his defense on
Bradley's earlier attacks on Gore's abortion stance.
"He stands for us on this issue," Rep. Nita Lowey (D-
New York) said, adding that it is the Republicans that want
to take away the right to choose.
Gore said he opposes Bradley's positions on education as a
local issue, and his health care policy which includes a S 150-
month voucher plan and aid by private insurance companies.
Gore's congressional support at yesterday's rally expressed
.similar frustration with Bradley's campaign tactics.
. "I am very dismayed at what I now see coming out of
Sen. Bradley's campaign operation,' Sen. Tom Harkin (D-
owa) said to the cheering crowd.
After the rally, the tension carried into the crowds
and among members of Congress as they stood around
the Equestrian Ceater. Harkin and Bradley supporter,
Sen. Bob Kerry (D-Neb,), argued that being "holier
,than thou" has no place in politics as Gore supporters
jeered at the senators supporting Bradley in the back-
ound.
But Bradley supporter Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-New
York) continued to defend Bradley's attacks on the vice

president.
"It's not character assassination if what they are say-
ing is true," he said.
Bradley is trailing Gore by less than 10 points in New
Hampshire according to a poll conducted by The Boston
Globe and WBZ-TV With the state's primary just two days
away, Gore is making last minute efforts to campaign in the
nation's first primary of the year.
But ralliers, were more than enthusiastic when Gore
spoke about his policy positions. '
"Fighter" was the term used most ardently to describe
Gore by supporters such as Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) as
a contender for the presidency.
"He's a fighter. He's a fighter for our families and our
future," Lowey said.
Gore defended his education policies and the efforts he
wants to make as president to improve education, by devel-
oping a universal pre-school curriculum and advanced tech-
nology in the classrooms, increasing standards for teachers
and making college accessible.
"Al Gore is going to be our education president,"
Kennedy said. "He will be our health care president,"
Kennedy later added about his policy to provide universal
coverage to all Americans.
Gore is asking voters to get to the polls tomorrow.
"I want to fight for you. I need you to fight for me," he
said to the excited crowd who held their "Gore 2000" signs
high.

STUDENTS
Continued from Page IA
Sen. Tom Harkin (D-lowa) said that
students bring unique qualities to a
campaign. "What students can bring is
idealism, new fresh ideas, not bur-
dened by the past, and energy and
enthusiasm," Harkin said. "Their vital
to any campaign."
Maureen Walsh, a student from
Fordham University in New York,
came to New Hampshire to participate
in Gore's campaign. She and several of
her friends were conducting "visuals"
- standing on the side of the road
holding signs up for drivers to see.
"He cares about college students,"
Fordham student Laura Khoshab said.
The defense against Bradley's attacks
riled up the crowd, causing them to boo
at the mention of Bradley's name. Sarah
Lawrence College student Jonathan
Blum said he feels that Gore is the
most sincere candidate. Khoshab
added to that by saying that she feels
that he is more qualified to be presi-
dent than Bradley.

Jury selection to

* a,

start for GHB
DETROIT (AP) - What killed 15- Trenton; and Ni
year-old Samantha Reid a year ago isn't Wayne County's B
disputed: At an apartment party the are charged wi
Detroit River, community she swal- Samantha's death.
lowed a lethal dose of a date-rape drug Cole, who will
slipped into her soft drink. the only defendan
But who supplied the drug called fessed, also facest
GHB - and who knew it was secretly poisoning, each ca
placed - will be at issue at one of the sentence.
nation's first trials in a death related to Doug Baker,t
gamma-hydroxybutyrate. County prosecu
Jury selection is to begin today in the case, said testim
Detroit manslaughter trial of four men defendants all kne
accused over that January 1999 night in tasteless drug wa
Grosse lie, where GHB fatally sickened girls during the ge
Samantha and put one of her friends in a apartment Jan. 16.
coma. A third girl alleged to have "What the jury
unknowingly ingested the powerful cen- boys were in the k
tral nervous system depressant was not them but Limme
sickened. were mixed, and th

cholas Holtschlag'Of
Brownstown Township
th manslaughter-in
have his own jury as
nt alleged to have con=
three counts of felony
arrying a possible life
the assistant Wayne
tor who will try the
nony could show the
ew the odorless, nearly
s being slipped to tht
t-together in Limmttr
,1999.
y will hear is that The
kitchen alone - all of
r - when the drinks
hey all came out when
drinks to the others,"

Erick Limmer of Grosse lie; Joshua
Cole of Southgate; Daniel Brayman of

they handed the:
Baker said.

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said, Anderson returned the student's
watch and calculator to her apartment.,
She said that he apologized for the,
actions of his teammates.
Anderson "came into the picture
when he got my stuff back to me," the,
student said. "He said I'm sorry my
teammates stole your stuff. They
didn't mean to hurt you.
The student reaffirmed herself that
going to Ellerbe was the right decision
- despite media attention.
"I'm glad I did talk to him, because
he helped get my stuff back," she said.
The players "are young guys. They do
stupid stuff. I was mad for a whil-,,
because they stole my stuff, but now,
it's over. I feel bad that it got all over
the papers. I just want to be done with
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