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The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 19, 1979-Page 5

Violence sinks Ir

(Continued from Page 1)
anti-shah militants after some of the
protesters harassed the families of
military officers.
The enraged soldiers battered
protesters' autos with their tanks, the
sources said. They said six persons
)were killed and more than a dozen in-
jured. Others said as many as 20 per-
sons had died.
U.S. MILITARY sources said that 17
U.S. military adivsers and civilians
were evacuated to Tehran from an
Iranian air base near Dezful. when
protesters tried to invade it today. No
casualties were reported, and Iranian
ftroops drove back the demonstrators.
The U.S. government's center for
promoting commerce with Iran is
closing, a symbol of the blows dealt by
Iran's continuing disorders to the
lucrative trade between the two coun-
'tries.
Most of the 350 American companies
with offices in Iran are still officially
here, but many have reduced their
operations to a skeleton staf. Some
New LSA
cheating
roposal
criticized
(Continued from Page 1)
legitimize an already commonly used
,punishment, some supported the
, phrase.
. SHULAMIT REINHARZ, an
assistant professor of psychology, and a
.voting member of the Administrative
Board, agreed with the use of grades as
a penalty.
"I don't see how you can take that
right away from the faculty," she said.
"It is one of the few legitimate things
the faculty can do."
Both Nissen and Administrative
Board member Dan Solomon agreed
there was little, if anything, a student
can do if a professor refuses to change
his grade.
Although the manual states that "no
punitive action will be taken by any
University office or individual" if a
student is found not guilty, Nissen con-
ceded that if a teacher refuses to
change a grade, there is "not a thing he
(the student) can do except take him to
the courts."
The new manual of procedures was
developed as a result of a review of the
Academic Judiciary begun in 1975.

believe that even if order returns to this
oil-rich nation, their business will never
again be the same.
IN' TEHRAN last night, witnesses
said three gangs of club-wielding, pro-
shah militants, each numbering about
300 persons, were attacking
automobiles bearing Khomaini's pic-
ture.
There were no immediate reports of
injuries in Tehran, however.
On the southwest border with Iraq,
Kurdish tribesmen based in Iraq, at-
tacked an Iranian military post near
the Iranian city of Sardasht. Two
Iranian soldiers were reported woun-
ded and three taken prisoner.

an deeper
IT WAS A recurrence ofsporadic said one of
border skirmishing between the Kurds fight Thur
and the Iranian military. The shah had securitym
supported the Kurdish rebels in their The state
separatist war against Iraq until 1974, shah demon
when he and the Iraqis patched up their country. M
differences.ted to turn
In other incidents pointing up the prayer sess
near-anarchy in Iran, the Tehran by Khoma
newspaper Kayhan reported that Bakhtiar ar
workers and farmers were trying to The Irani
seize a machinery factory and far- dermined b
mland belonging to the shah's brother, bances and
Prince Gholam Reza, who is now out of IraneTues
the country. many here
The report said the factory workers manent exi
claimed they had not been paid, and it and is trave

in chaos

the farmers was killed in a
rsday with the prince's
n.
radio reported peaceful anti-
nstrations in six places in the
assive crowds were expec-
out for a march and public
sion in Tehran today called
i tosshow opposition to
nd the shah.
ian monarch, his throne un-
by a year of bloody distur-
damaging labor strikes, left
day on a "vacation" that
believe will end in per-
ile. He went to Egypt first
eling on to the United States.

Before leaving, he endorsed the
government led by Bakhtiar, but the
new prime minister appears to have lit-
tle popular support. Bakhtiar said he
sent Jalal Tehrani, head of the Regency
Council that is acting in the shah's
place, to Paris "to explain the gover-
nment's program" to Khomaini "and
obtain his views."
"THE MAJORITY of the demands
of ... Khomaini have been fulfilled,"
Bakhtiar said, "and the rest are under
consideration."

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SA YS HE SHOULD RESIGN:

Pursell supports colleague Diggs

(Continued from Page 1).
.conviction was later overturned, but his
life was ruined."
Diggs, the nation's senior black
congressman, was found guilty October
7 on 29 counts of defrauding the gover-
nment of more than $600,000. Sentenced
to three years in federal prison, Diggs
is now free on appeal.
Despite the conviction, Diggs was
overwhelmingly re-elected to his 13th
term from his Detroit district. Suppor-
ters of Diggs argue that his constituents
should not be denied their represen-
tative in Congress.

BUT SEVERAL first year
Republicans disagree. These
Republicans are concerned with the
public's preception of Congress. They
want to improve Congress' image
among the voters.
The GOP first-timers are trying to
get the Republican party caucus to go
on record as wanting Diggs to follow
precedent set by Rep. John Langley of
Kentucky. Langley, convicted of con-
spiracy, refrained from voting while his
appeal was pending. After his appeal
was rejected by the courts, he resigned

as a member of Congress.
Rep. Melvin Evans of the Virgin
Islands, the only black member of the
Republican freshperson class, supports
the move by his colleagues. But he said
the effort may have racial overtones.
Diggs is the first black congressman
to face an ouster move since the late
Adam Clayton Powell of Harlem.
Powell was expelled from House mem-
bership in 1967 for misusing gover-
nment funds. Ironically, it was Diggs
who worked out a compromise that
allowed Powell to regain his seat.

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