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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursdoy, October 1, 1970

~'og e Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thu rsdcy, October 1, 1970

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Blacks riot
at Pioneer;
schol closes

Guerrillas charge
new Jordan fighting

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GIVE THESE FOOL) VALUES THE ONCE OVER

(Continued from Page 1)
Faculty members met with po-
lice yesterday afternoon to at-
tempt identification of the stu-
dents responsible. School spokes-
man John Hubley said that they
had had some success in identi-
fying of those involved. e
Hubley said that, at least two
pf those involved in the riot were
hot students at Pioneer but at
Huron High, Ann Arbor's other
high school, and that "several"
were not thought to be students
at all.
"It is difficult to identify the
exact number of students in-
volved," Hubley said, "the same
students were not involved in all
of the incidents. It is felt that
there was a small core of students
Involved."I
The Board of Education an }
nounced last night that the school "
would aid both, the county prose-~'~ ~
cutor and the police in identifying
and prosecuting those responsible Amman begins
for destruction and that students
in violation of the school disci-
plinary policy would be disciplined TERM'S FIRST MEETING:
under it. The policy provides for
suspension of students or ;xpul- SR C atte mpts
Several parents, including some
members of Concerned Citizens of
Ann Arbor, complained at last e
night's board meeting of inade-
quate discipline sat the school and,
threatened to vote down the forth By ZACH SCHILLER den
coming bond issue unless security and CHUCK WILBUR in
is increased. The Sudent Relatons Commit- tee

(Continued from Page I) committee to ensure the with-
In Beirut, the Lebanese capital, drawal of the t r o o p s without
shooting broke out when parad- delay.
ing mourners tried to stop cars At the same time the Central
in the street, but no one was hurt. Committee of the Palestinian Re-:
SCars with portraits of Nasser sistancerOrganzationtheovr
tourd th captal.allguerrilla leadership, ordered
The Palestinian guerrilla charge, guerrillas to observe the cease-
broadcast over Damascus Radio fire.
'said "the roar of explosions can "But yusol epyu
be clearly heard from the Syrian B fingers yo shetr gers to pr n
border." Ramtha is only five miles the army forces from taking over
from the frontier. any strongholds in Jordan," the
"The Jordanian military regime commttee said in a statement
exploited the current state of deep also broadcast by Damascusradio.
grief .which has gripped the entire At U.N. headquarters in New
Arab world over President Nas- York U.S. Ambassador Charles W.
ser's death to stage the new attack 'Yost,' urging a resumption of Is-
on Irbid and Ramtha to imple- rael-Egyptian peace talks, urged
ment its plan of liquidating the flexibility on all parties. Heusaid
Palestinian resistance movement," the United States was willing to
the guerrilla statement said. help get the talks reopened.
It called the bombardment "an
open violation of the Cairo agree- Yost declared recent develop-
ment" reached Sunday between m ents, including the death of
King Husseinand guerrillaleade resident Nasser, "cast a shadow
Yasir Arafat to stop the civil war. over the high hopes of just a few
A guerrilla communique de- weeks ago."
ress scribed the ground attack as mas- Yost said Gunnar V. Jarring,
sive. It said the ground forces the U.N. peace mediator, was
- struck after a day-long artillery ready to resume the talks. and
b o m b a r d m e n t of Irbid and called for "all serious steps to ye-
Ramtha. store and strengthen confidence in
The three-man Arab truce com- the integrity of the cease-fire."
mittee in Amman sent Arab ob- ' _____-___
servers to investigate. The two
cities are Irbid, 50 miles north of!WANTED
Amman and the scene of violent
fighting during the 11-day civil Chairman or
war, and Ramtha, 10 miles to the
east.
that After the Palestinian truce-

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Other citizens claimed that the tee (SRC)of Senate Assembly dis-
root cause of the trouble was being cussed whether SRC still has a
ignored. Local NAACP president meaningful role in the University T
Emma Wheeler defended the de- at its first meeting of the year, mc
mands of the black students. Tusday night. men
Pioneer students spoke both in SRC had served as the sole ad- res
defense of, and against the deci- visory group to the Office of tpe tio
sion to prosecute the students .vicepresident forstudent affairs n
responsible. --now the vice president of stu- o

the coming year, the commit- violation charge was broadcast in;
would try to determine what its amass o
es should be, or whether it hadI cast a statement from Big. Ahmed
aningful role in the University., Abdul Majid Hilrni,' the Egyptian
'he committee approved a re- commander of the Arab cease-fire
ution increasing its student, observation force in Jordan, or-
mbership to six members. The dering the army and the guerrillas
olution allocated the two addi- alike to cooperate with the mission
nal seats to SGC with the stip- to the two northern towns.
Ltiot that the SGC select its Other Arab'truce officers began
imittee members in a ,more re- mking the rounds of Amman,
sentative fashion than at pre- rounding upeguerrillas and taking
t. . them to bases on the outskirts.
The method for this selection The truce committee, headed by
luired by the resolution called Premier Bahi Ladgham of Tunisia
the SGC to fill its four com- 'announced Tuesday a two-phase
ttee seats with one SGC mem- plan for the restoration of peace.
, one member from the lit- It calls for the withdrawal from
ry college, one member from Amrhan of both the army and the
engineering college and one guerrillas.
ember from another constitu- The Palestinians in the broad-
y, cast from Damascus urged the

Official damage estimates were
not available last night. .
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dent services - but this year that
function has been assumed by the
new policy board forthe vice presi-
dent's office.
SRC is composed of ten faculty
members and four students. The
facultymembers are appointed
by Senate Assembly, the univer-
sity-wide "faculty representative
body, while Graduate ' Assembly
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(Continued from Page 1) dents.
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children cannot be legislated and Services Robert Knauss said that
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It also asked rejection of a Sen- auspices of his office. Committee
ate measure to curb the U.S. Su- members suggested that SRC could
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obscenity, saying the courts should opinion to the Senate Assembly.
not be restricted simply" because Committee co-chairman Har-
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