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THE SOLUTION
IS THIS CLOSE!
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'page 2-Wednesday, February 20, -1980-The Michigan Doily
Khomeini reportedly
OK's commission

SUBMARINES & PIZZA7

From The Associated Press
Iran's President Abolhassan Bani-
Sadr said yesterday that Ayatollah
Ruhollah Khomeini, the country's
revolutionary leader, had approved the
final terms of the U.N.-appointed com-
mission and its convening in Tehran to
investigate charges against the ousted
shah.
The investigative panel, already ap-
proved formally by the United States
and orally by Iran, is considered one
step in a package of requirements
leading to the release of approximately
50 Americans held at the U.S. Embassy
in Tehran by Moslem militants since
Nov. 4.
A story on Michigan's chances for a
post-season tournament bid that ap-
peared in the Daily yesterday incorrec-
tly stated that there are
11 players on the Michigan basketball
.team. There are actually 12 players on
the team.

Bani-Sadr told reporters in Tehran
following a meeting of the ruling
Revolutionary Council that U.N.
Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim,
who picked the five-member com-
mission, would be informed by cable of
Iran's decision.
The officials saidnthe commission
members and a small U.N. support
staff could leave Geneva for Tehran
later this morning.
A U.N. spokesman in Geneva said
Waldheim still was waiting for formal
confirmation of the panel from Iran and
would not announce the members'
names or authorize its departure until
then.
Reliable sources say the members
are French lawyer Edmond Pettiti;
Mohammed BedjaouiaU.N. am-
bassador from Algeria; Andres
Aguilar, Venezuela's former am-
bassador to Washington; Hector W.
Jayewardene, one of Sri Lanka's
leading lawyers, and Syrian diplomat
Adib Daoudy.
No timetable has been announced,
but Waldheim was quoted by Vienna's
Die Presse newspaper as saying the in-
vestigation would take one to two weeks
and the hostages would be released in
the course of the panel's work.

Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press international reports

Harvard, Stanford
curriculum discussed

(Continued from Page 1)
Sixteen terms must be devoted to
1:00 fulfillment of a major and the choice of
3:30courses for the remaining eight terms
7:00 are optional.
" t 'HORSEMA 9:30 Initially, "Students said they wanted
no part of it (Core)," Wilcox said. The
dean said he believes students' feelings
10:00 have changed and attributes the
12:35present increased enrollment to the
5:15 Core Curriculum.
J 7:30 Stanford University will implement a
/..F&10:00 new program of distribution
ra 2:DPG requirements next fall, according to
Carolyn Lougee, chairwoman of the
Committee of Undergraduate Studies.'

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Students will be required to take a
year-long course in western culture as
well as one course in each of seven
areas, including human development
and technology and applied sciences.
According to Lougee, Stanford in-
stituted the changes because of a
"growing feeling that undergraduate
students weren't getting enough
guidance in general studies outside of
their major."
Lougee said there were "certain
areas that the faculty felt were so vital
that no student should graduate from
Stanford without exposure to these
areas." Lougee added that both the
student newspaper and student gover-
nment favor the new program.
Daily Official Bulletin
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1980
Daily Calendar:
Psychiatry:- Robert L. Spitzer, "DSM III:
Overview and Where We Go From Here," CPH Audi,
9:30 a.m.
CAAS: Richard English: "Issues Related to Black
Faculty and Staff at the U-M", 245 Lorch Hall, noon.
Center for Russian and E. European Studies:
Renata Siemienska, "Patterns of the Polish Family
in Mass Media and in Reality," Lane Hall, noon.
CEW: virginia Nordby, "Issues in Achieving
Equality for Women," Rm 4-5, League, noon.
Comp. Center: "FORTRAN Debugging for
Beginners," NUBS, 12: 10p.m..
Clements Library: R. R. Palmer, "Education for
Revolutionaries: France in the 18th Century," 4 p.m.
Chemistry: Clifford Buffett, "Infra-Red LIDAR,"
1200 Chem., 4 p.m.
Chemistry: Mark Neisser, "Computers in Organic
Chemistry," 1300 Chem., 4p.m.
Physics & Astron: J. Hall,;"Testing with Lasers,"
296 Dennison, 4 p.m.
Industrial and Op Eng: James B. Orlin, MIT,
"Dynamic Network Flows," 4:10 p.m., 229 W. Eng.

Court rules against CIA agent
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that ex-CIA -
agent Frank Snepp must hand over to the government all profits he made on
a 1977 book he wrote without the intelligence agency's approval.
By a 6-3 vote, the justices rejected Snepp's arguments that the secrecy
pacts he signed before taking his CIA job represented an impermissible
prior restraint on his free-speech rights.
In another development, the Supreme Court was told yesterday by a
,Harvard law professor representing Richmond, Va. Newspapers, Inc. that
criminal trials should be open to the public.
The hearing concerned the newspaper's appeal of a trial judge's closing
of a murder trial to reporters and the public last September in Hanover, Va.
Prime rate jumps to 15 per
cent; equals November's high
NEW YORK - Major banks renewed their upward trend in interest
rates yesterday by hiking their prime rate a half point to 15 per cent, the
record level reached once before in November.
Federal Reserve observers attributed the jump to a $3.7 billion bulge in
the latest money supply report issued Friday and to signs that the economy's
heavy credit demands are being easily accommodated.
Saudi oil minister's iness forces
interruption of OPEC meeting
King Khaled of Saudi Arabia, which produces nearly one-third of the
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' (OPEC) oil, is seriously ill,
Arab diplomatic sources said yesterday in London.
Khaled's sudden illness interrupted an OPEC meeting which was to
have closed the cartel's rift on oil prices.
Firefighters back to bargaining
CHICAGO - A judge ordered both sides in the six-day firefighters strike
back to the bargaining table yesterday after the city's top labor leaders
asked to intervene in the suit.
Meanwhile, the city was making quick work' of hiring and training
recruits to replace strikers. More than 300 were hired and sent into training
-Monday, and another 200 were being processed yesterday.
Jordan met with intermediaries
to seek hostages' release
WASHINGTON - White House Chief of Staff Hamilton Jordan has
traveled out of the country on occasion to meet with intermediaries in
seeking release of the American hostages held in Iran, White House press
secretary Jody Powell disclosed yesterday.
However, Powell added that "Iranian officials themselves have
repeatedly on numerous occasions over the last four months refused to meet
directly with any one American official.
Sen. Dole will try to
join Bush-Reagan debate
CONCORD, N.H. - Republican presidential candidate Sen. Robert Dole
said yesterday he will abandon his plan to attempt to halt a two-man debate
between. candidates George Bush and Ronald Reagan. He will instead seek
to include himself in the debate this Saturday night.
The Dole camp had threatened last week to seek a court injunction to
stop the debate. Reps. John Anderson, Philip Crane and Sen Howard Baker
- all presidential aspirants - also protested the two-man format.
Moslem rebels capture key
Afghanistan capital
Moslem rebels said yesterday they have escalated their war against the
Soviet forces occupying Afghanistan and have captured a key provincial
capital.
Pentagon and State. Department officials report a continued
deterioration on security in many areas of Afghanistan, including some
major cities and that Afghan army units are ineffective in controlling the
population.
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Volume XC, No. 116
Wednesday, February 20, 1980
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A Lenten Seminar on Conditions In, Alternatives
For, and Christian Responses To Incarceration
G#RBRIEL RIC~;RID CENTER
Next To St. Mary's Student Chapel
331 Thompson St., Ann Arbor
Monday, March 10, 7:00 P.M.
TOPIC: Prison Overview and Women in Prison_
SPEAKER: Sister Helen Walsh, O.P., Chaplain Huron Valley
Women's Facility
Monday, March 10, 7:00 P.M.
TOPIC: Life Inside: A Panel Discussion by
Inmates of the Federal Correctional Institution, Milan.
MODERATOR: Father Bob Schulze, Chaplain FCI, Milan
Monday, March 24,7:00 P.M.
TOPIC: Alternatives To Lockup
SPEAKER: Marc Mauer, American Friends Service Committee,
Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency
Monday, March 31,.7:00 P.M.
TOPIC: The Ex-Offender: Hopes and Struggles: A Panel .
Discussion by Ex-Offenders from State and Federal Prisons
MODERATOR: Father Bob Schulze and Marcia Krook

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