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74 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.ting continues on Syrian-Israeli front

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By The Associated Press
Artillery fire raged along the
entire Syrian - Israeli front yes-
terday for the 36th straight day
and Israel said one Israeli sold-
ier was killed and two were
wounded.

Reports from Damascus said
the Syrians have set up a for-
ward command headquarters on
a section of Mt. Hermon in their
control. Observers said this
could mean new attempts to re-
capture the peak.

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Wednesday, April 17
Day Calendar
Psychiatry: Dr. Elva 0. Poznanski,
"Anorexia Uervosa: A Recent Increase
in Cases Referred to a Pediatric Hos.
pital," CPH Aud., 10:15 a.m. . '
Commission for Women: Regents'
Rm., noon.
Math: Prof. Colin W. Clark, Univ. of
British Columbia, "A Simple Dynamic
Economic Model of Renewable Resource
Exploitation," Lec. Em. 2, MLB, 4 p.m.
Physics: David Pines. Univ. of Ill.,
"Pulsating X-ray Stars," P&A Colloq.
Rm., 4 p.m.
Statistics: Prof. wm. DuMouchel,
"TheRegression of a Dichotomous Va-
riable," 1007 Angell, 4 p.m.
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Volume LVVVIX, Number 158
Wednesday, April 17, 1974
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Psych. Film Series: "Flatland;" "Why
Man Creates;" Maurits Escher: Painter
of Fantasies," Aud. 3, MLB, 4 p.m.
Union Gallery: dance - Schlanzky's
"The Spontaneity of Organized Move-
ment," Union Gallery, 1st Floor, 8 p.m.
Music School: Karen Lundgren, so-
prano, Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
Music School: Robert Radock, trom-
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Ford Motor Co., Dearborn MI: Open-
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Associated Press newsman
Hal McClure reported from Mt.
Hermon that Israeli reinforce-
ments reportedly braved Syrian
cannon fire as they made their
way up the slopes of the stra-
tegic mountain at the northern
end of the Israeli - Syrian cease-
fire line.
On a clear day, the peak com-
mands a view of the entire 300-
square-mile bulge captured by
Israel during the October war,
and of the Syrian capital of Da- x
mascus 23 miles away.
Israel says that Syrian forces
have tried three times to storm
one of the Israeli posts. Sunday
saw the heaviest fighting on the
Golan Heights since the autumn
war.
SYRIAN President Hafez Assad
returned to Damascus yesterday
from a five-day visit to Moscow
for meetings with Soviet Com-
munist party chief Leonid Brez-h
nev and other Soviet leaders..
A joint communique said the
Russians will increase Syria's
military capacity and support
Syria's "legal and inalienable
right to use all effective means
for the liberation of its occupied
lands."

Assad also signed long-term
agreements for economic, tech-
nical and cultural cooperation
with the Soviet Union.
The communique said attempts
to solve the Middle East conflict
piecemeal and to exclude the So-
viet Union from negotiations
would lead to "grave conse-
quences."
THE COMMUNIQUE'S tone
indicated Kremlin leaders have
been stung by Secrtary of State
Henry Kissinger's success in get-
ting a troop disengagement on
the Israeli - Egyptian front.'
Newspapers In Beirut, Lebanon,
said the Soviet Union has already
supplied Syria with MIG23 jet
fighters and ledged early deliv-
eries of MIG25s and ground-to-
ground missiles.
Cairo newspapers warned that
Egypt would use long-range
missiles against Israel if it es-
calated operations against Syria
and Lebanon.

IN ANOTHER development,
well informed sources in Jeru-
salem said that the appointment
of Mordechai Gur as Israel's
military chief of staff was meet-
ing an unusual measure of oppo-
sition in top government circles.
No one was questioning Gur's
military prowess, the sources
said, but some senior Cabinet
ministers felt he was too inex-
perienced for the job and prefer-
red that a retired general be re-
called.
Gur led the capture of Jerusa-
lem in the 1967 war and served
as military attache in Washing-
ton and as chief military negotia-
tor at the Geneva Mideast peace
conference.
He was named to replace Da-
vid Elazar, who resigned after
being formally blamed for Is-
rael's unreadiness for the Oc-
tober war.
Observers said that at least
part of the opposition was based

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