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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 16,1979-Page 7

to take no
action on
(Continued from Page 1)
Review Committee (SARC), which
researched the case extensively, cited a
number of reasons in its report why
Marwil deserved a tenure review.
ACCORDING TO Marwil, when his
case was reviewed for the second time
in the spring of this year, he was offered
one year's salary, without employment
if he would agree to drop the case.
Marwil insists that this is not the usual
University policy.
"It's been called a bribe, it's been
called a leave of absence, it's been
called a lot of things,' he said. "Dr.
Shapiro called it one thing and the Dean
called it another."
Even if Marwil is granted a review,
however, he does not know what his
chances of getting tenure would be. "I
can only hope that I would be judged
fairly," he said.
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:ISRAELI SOLDIERS roll up the*Star of David yesterday, after forcing settlers to leave Arab land. The army and the defense
-ministry claimed to have evacuated most of the approximately 30 campsites.
Israelis camp on West Bank to
protest gov t settlement polcy

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - Ultra-
nationalist Israelis staked out camps
all over the occupied West Bank
yesterday and played hide-and-seek
with soldiers trying to end their protest
against government settlement policy.
At nightfall the army and defense
ministry claimed to have evacuated
most of the approximately 30 cam-
psites', but settlers in at least one camp
refused orders to leave. Others jumped
from one location to another when
troops approached.
"IT'S LIKE a cat-and-mouse game,
said Defense Ministry spokesman Dan
Nine of the demonstrators were
arrested, and one shooting incident was
reported when Moshe Shamir, a
parliament member who supports the
settlers' protest, refused to obey orders
to stop at an army roadblock north of
Jerusalem. A soldier fired one shot that
hit a wheel of Shamir's car, the army
spokesman said, but there were no in-
Shamir claimed he had the right to go
anywhere as a member of parliament,'
but a senior military official, who asked.

not to be identified, said Shamir's
behavior had been provocative and he
was lucky that there had not been a
SOME 2,000 settlers, including
women and children, moved out of their
West Bank villages before dawn
yesterday with tents and rough building
materials to erect camps they called
"footholds." Reports on the number of
camps ranged from 28 to 40, but it was
by far the largest and best-orchestrated
operation launched by the Gush
Emunim settlement organization.
In recent weeks Gush Emunim,
whose names means Bloc of the Faith-
ful, had harassed the army by putting
up a camp or two each week outside
authorized settlements.
Yesterday's big operation was a
response to a cabinet decision Sunday
against the expropriation of private
Arab land for Jewish settlements. Gush
Emunim says the West Bank set-
tlements are throttled for lack of
enough land, and the organization was
not satisfied with the cabinet's decision
to allocate.state-owned land for six set-

IN CAIRO, a statement issued by the
Egyptian Foreign Ministry said the
decision by Prime Minister Menachem
Begin's cabinet was an obstruction in
the peace process. "There is no dif-
ference between Israel's seizure of
state land or private land in the oc-
cupied territories. All land is Arab land
and Israel has no right to it," the Egyp-
tian statement said.
Begin's opposition in parliament also
condemned the government's policy.
Yossi Sarid, a dovish member of the
opposition Labor Party, said Gusyh
Emunim was "contributing to the
destruction of this state."
But Agriculture Minister Ariel
Sharon, a Gush Emunim patron who
directs government settlement
programs, retorted: "Gush Emunim is
not the enemy of the state. They are the
pioneers of today."
The government easily defeated a
Labor motion critical of current set-
tlement policy.
Elyakim Haetzni, a Gush Emunim
leader, said Israel's 52 West Bank set-
tlements must get more land before a
Palestinian autonomous administration
is established in the West Bank and
Gaza Strip.

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At least 70 people hurt
in California earthquake

(Continued from Page 1)"
"IT ROCKED this building. It shook
us back and forth for at least five
seconds," said Leonard Metz, science
writer for the San Bernardino Sun.
Police said the five-second ear-
thquake, followed by the six tremors,
started six fires and all 'were quickly
f extinguished.
"There were leakages of natural gas,
burst water mains caused some
flooding and buildings are cracked," a
police spokesman said.
El Centro is close to the San Andreas
earthquake fault which runs north un-
der California and people here,
schooled in earthquake precautions,
stood in doorways when the earth began
a to shake.
t Then many ran into the open to get
away from buildings in case of more
" severe shocks.

"I have never been o frightened in
my life," one woman said here. "I stood
in a dorway and then I really ran.
Two underground transformer vaults
in the Los Angeles area exploded when
the earthquake struck, causing power
black-outs in Temple City and Whittier,
on the city outskirts.
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