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Page 2-Friday, November 9, 1979-The Michigan Daily
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With Wire Reports
At noon yesterday, Salman Farsi had
his first meal in two days. A graduate
student at Western Michigan Univer-
sity (WMU), Farsi and nearly 20 other
Iranian students participated in a
hunger strike protesting the U.S.
government's "meddling" in Iranian
affairs.
"I felt a little weak," he said yester-
day afternoon, but it didn't bother me
- there was very little problem."
THE PURPOSE of the hanger strike
at WMU was three-fold, according to
Farsi. The group demanded that the.
American government send the
deposed Shah of Iran, who Iranian of-
ficials deem a "criminal," back to their
country for trial. In addition, U.S.
government officials should "drop their
imperialistic attitude" toward Iran.
The seven arrested Iranians who
Brown
announces
b id for

AP Photo
IRANIAN STUDENTS in New Delhi, India-set an effigy of the resident
ablaze yesterday while shouting "Burn, Carter, Burn." The students were

Iranian students at
WMU end protest
By STEVE HOOK

demanding the extradit

ion of former Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi."
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accepted by Iranian,

(Continued from Page 1)
remove a further gall stone from the
bile duct.
His doctors at New York Hospital
here also said a malignant tumor in his
neck was growing larger and said the,
shah began receiving radiation therapy
directed at that area this week.
The Iranians who seized the embassy
have demanded that the United States
return the deposed shah to Iran to stand
trial as a war criminal.
THE IRANIANS holding the embassy
have threatened to kill the hostages if
the United States takes any overt action
to free them.
In addition to the talks with the
Palestinians, the administration was
reportedly pursuing another of other
avenues in hopes of opening some kind

of negotiations with the Iranians. A
special meeting of the administration's
Special Coordinating Committee on
Iran was held yesterday morning. Its
agenda was known to include a possible
rqle for the United Nations, as well as
discussion of the PLO effort.
AMERICANS in cities from coast to
coast focused their eyes and their anger
half a world away yesterday, with
demonstrations against the Iranians
holding hostages in the U.S. Embassy
in Tehran.
"Expel all Iranian students," said a
sign painted on the front of the building
housing the San Francisco Chronicle
newspaper.
"Keep the shah and send them Car-
ter," read a placard carried by a
demonstrator in Texas.

(Continued from Page 1)
nuclear energy, something he barely
mentioned in his 'Washington ap-
pearance.
"Enough is enough," he said. "I say
don't license any more new plants and
start phasing out the old ones."
IN WASHINGTON, Brown spelled out'
a populist platform including gover-
nment take-over of petroleum imports, a
National Energy Corporation "to
develop and manage our own oil," and
presidentially appointed public mem-
bers on the boards of multinational cor-
porations.
He also said the Pentagon had
become a sacred cow which should be
made more efficient, and he strongly
attacked any increase in defense spen-
ding at the expense of domestic
programs.
Other platform plans included sup-
port of a constitutional amendment to
force a balanced federal budget, strict
control of nuclear power generation
and industrial use of a stepped-up space
program.I
"I am going to offeran alternative,"
he said.

chained themselves to the Statue of
Liberty last weekend should be freed,
the protesters demanded.
"We wanted publicity,"' said Farsi,
"and we got publicity. We have heard
from newspapers in New York and
Chicago, UPI, and radio and -TV
stations - more publicity than we ex-
pected.
"Yes, our protest was very suc-
cessful," he concluded. pp s
FARSI SAID he, supports the
American embassy takeover in Tehran,
in which nearly 50 U.S. citizens are
being held hostage to protest the Shah's
presence in this country.
"The American government has
broken international law by bringing
the Shah into this country," Farsi said,
"the international law that states that a
country should not bring in criminals.
The United States overlooked that
law."
The president of WMU's Iranian
Moslem Student Association,' Farohk
Khatami, said his group believes the
shah's reported illnesses, which explain
his presence in New York, are false.
"THE SHAH should be returned to
Iran because we don't think he's ill."
Khatami said, "He (the Shah) won't let
Iranian doctors or anyone else visit him'
and check him out. We think he is
hiding somewhere."
The demonstration at+WMU occurred
without violence, according to Salman
Farsi, with just a few minor incidents.
"Some other students agitated us and
tried to make a tense atmosphere, he
said, "so we moved inside.
"There is no hostility towards the
American people - the government is
our main enemy. The American gover-
nment has supported an enemy of the
Iranian people - a person who is ob-
viously criminal."
Daily Official Bulletin
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1979
Daily Calendar:
WUOM: Options, Producer Ralph Titus, "Those
Daring Young Men in Their Flying Machines,"'10
a.m.
Guild House: Luncheon series, Marci. arton,
PIRGIM, "Michigan's Nuclear Moratorim Bill,"
802 Monroe, noon.
SSEAS: Richard L' Park, "Jayapraka h
Narayan: A Personal view," Lane Commons, noon;
victor Ordonex, Trade Rep. for Philippines,."Redc-
tions of Foreign Investors to the Recent Investment
Climate in the Philippines" 48 Lane, 3 p.m. :
Physics/Astronomy: R. Kron U-Chicago, "The
Evolution of Distant Galaxies," 807 Dennison, 4p.i.
Music School: Bandorama, Hill, 8p.m.
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Columbus.
The Fund for Theological Education, Inc., offers
fellowships for the preparation for Ordained
Ministries.
Los alamos Scientific Laboratory announces
available postdoctoral research fellowships and
research appointments in areas of, physics,
chemistry, math, CCS, biologicalisciences, materials
science, environmental health, geological science,
and engineering.
The Central Intelligence Agency has a Graduate
StudiesProgram for students attending graduate
school during the fall of 1980. The internship provides
an opportunity to work in economics, political and
strategic research, engineering, law linguistics and
psychology. Check at 3200 S.A.B. for complete details
and applicatioVrocedures.
The American Power System will award 8
fellowships for academic year 1980-81. The
fellowships assist students pursuing graduate
studies leading to a Master's degree in electrical o
mechanical engineering. Stipend includes full tuition
living allowances for individuals and their family.
books, and financial award to the engineering depar-
tment of the university.
The Devereux Foundation offers,12 month Pre-
Professional Trainee-ships as Resident Ad-
visor/Counselor. Stipend $316-409/month, housing
and meals.
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CONFIDENIAL

We had our first Marx Brothers' film festival last
night to raise $ for our organization. The publicity
was great; 1000 people came and we had to turn
others away. The films arrived on time; the tickets
were printed; the pop corn sales made us lots of
money; and the lights went out at 8:00 on the dot!
BUT can you believe it, no one told the projectionist
to come with the projectors!!
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