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Page 2-Tuesday, September 29, 1981-The Michigan Daily

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7 more leftists executed in IranIN BRIEF-

BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)- Iran announced yester-
day the executions of 57 leftists for staging riots in
Tehran aimed at undermining' "the effects" of a
proclaimed victory over Iraqi forces at Abadan.
The fundamentalist Moslem government of
Ayatollah R hollah Khomeini said its forces had
crushed the disorders that broke out Sunday, and that
all the people executed were members of the
Mujahedeen Khalq guerrilla group.
Tehran Radio said 57 members of the Marxist-
Islamic organization were executed Sunday following
for killing eight revolutionary guards and setting fire
to buses aid private cars in the Tehran rioting.
THE STATE RUN radio also said 52 leftists were
put to death in the central city of Isfahan, and 45
others were executed in several Iranian cities for
being members of the outlawed Mujahedeen. .
In a speech broadcast by ,Tehran Radio, Iran's
parliament speaker, Ali-Akbar Rafsanjani, accused
the Mujahedeen of staging the Tehran demon-
strations.
"When they became certain yesterday that the vic-

tory of Islam was certain at the battlefront and that
they could not foil its military; significance, they
began creating disorder," Rafsanjani told Iran's
Parliament.
. IRAN CLAIMED Sunday that its troops had scored
"the greatest military victory in classical warfare
since World War II" by breaking the siege on the oil
refining city of Abadan.
An Iranian military communique claimed that
1,000 Iraqis were killed in the Abadan offensive, while
70 Iranians lost their lives.
Iraq, while conceding its troops were engaged in
fierce fighting in the area, maintained that its hold on
the southwestern Iranian city had been tightened and
called Iran's victory proclamation "an empty
claim."
TEHRAN reverberated with chants of "God is
great" as most of the capital's 7 million residents
took to their rooftops Sunday night to sound the
Islamic battlecry, Tehran Radio said.
In Paris; exiled president Abolhassan Bani-Sadr
issued a statement accusing Khomeini and his clergy

of "playing Washington's game" by trying to wipe
out the Mujahedeen Khalq, described by the ousted
leader as the real force opposing American
domination.
Bani-Sadr appealed to Iranian voters to boycott
Friday's elections to choose a successor to
assassinated President Mohammad Ali Rajai, killed
along with his prime minister in an Aug. 30 fire-
.bombing.
"Oct. 2 must be the day of the broadest and most
united demonstration of opposition of our people to
the' bloody madness and incompetence of the
regime," Bani-Sadr said.
SINCE BANI-SADR'S ouster June 22, the Tehran
government has announced the executions of 993
people, most of them government foes.
Five candidates-all avowed Khomeini men-are
running for president. Hojatoleslam Ali Khamenei,
leader of the ruling Islamic Republican Party and
survivor of a June 27 assassination attempt, is con-
sidered the front-runner in Iran's third presidential
election in 19 months.

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2 tons of pot stolen
from Mass. state police

YARMOUTH, Mass. (AP) - Almost
two tons of marijuana, valued at over $1
million, was stolen from a locked room
in the Yarmouth state police barracks
on Cape Cod, police disclosed yester-
day.
State Police Lt. Col. John O'Donovan
said the alarm system was bypassed
when thieves took 50 bales of marijuana
Friday night or Saturday morning. The
theft was discovered Saturday.
THE POT was seized in a raid June 8
in Mashpee and was being held as
evidence.
The thieves left 87 other bales of
marijuana behind in the break-in the
basement room.

O'Donovan said a specialstate police
task force had been formed to look into
the theft, and internal affairs officers
would take part in the probe.
ASKED WHETHER the theft was an
inside job, Sally MacRobbie, an
assistant to District Attorney Phillip A.
Rollins, said, "That is certainly being
looked into."
She said Rollins, citing security
reasons, had asked the court earlier for
permission to destroy the marijuana.
But the request was denied, since the
quantity of pot was an issue in the case.

Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Nuclear protesters arrested
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.- About 250 protesters, including actor Robert
Blake and rock star Jackson Browne, were arrested yesterday near the
Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant during the last day of a planned two-
week demonstration at the facility,'police said.
The arrests brought to 1,893 the number of people arrested at the plant sin-
ce Sept. 15.
Browne, who wrote and recorded such songs as "Doctor My Eyes," "Take
It Easy" and "The Pretender," was released last week after pleading no
contest to a Sept. 18 charge of trespassing at the plant's gate.
Blake, star of the "Baretta" television series, was arrested at the plant's
main gate, when demonstrators, linked arm-in-arm, tried to block workers
from entering the plant, said San Luis Obispo County Undersheriff Arnie
Goble.
Two gang members executed
ASHEBORO, N.C.- Two men executed gangland'style and stuffed in a car
trunk were identified yesterday as Hells Angels, one of two motorcycle
gangs that are blamed by authorities for a recent crime wave in the
Carolinas.
Authorities found the bodies late Saturday after a resident reported blood
was dripping from the trunk of a car parked on a gravel road in rural Ran-
dolph County.
Charlotte police identified the victims as Michael "Thunder" Finazzo, 40,
president of the Hells Angels in Charlotte, and Tyler Duris "Yank" Frndak,
about 30, a gang member: Both men had been shot at close range nd Finaz-
zo also had a broken leg, authorities said.
Authorities believe both were shot elsewhere Thursday with a 9 mm pistol.
Ford owners seek repairs
BOSTON- Hundreds of owners of new Ford automobiles,fearing they
may be denied gasoline, rushed to dealers yesterday to have faulty fuel
systems fixed after the Massachusetts fire marshal warned their cars were
fire haards.
The fire marshal asked local fire chiefs yesterday to urge service stations
to deny gas to owners of 1981 Ford Escorts and Lincoln-Mercury Lynxes
unless they had had the defects repaired
Marshal Joseph O'Keefe said a design error in 125,000 cars built between
August and December last year could cause a fire when gas is being pumped
into them.
AWACS confronts opposition
WASHINGTON- The administration presented to a skeptical Senate
panel yesterday its case for selling AWACS to Saudi Arabia, but met heavy
opposition despite assurances the aircraft won't threaten Israel or fall into
Soyiet hands.
Defending the administration's proposal to sell five of the planes to the
Mideast oil power, Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger said the Saudis
would need help with training and maintenance for nearly a decade to keep
the planes flying.
Gen. David Jones, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said such reliance
on U.S. technical help would continue "well into the 1990's." At another
point, Jones said, "We will be involved as far as we can see in the future."
Reagan vows to cut spending
WASHINGTON- President Reagan vowed yesterday to slash "billions
more" from federal spending if needed to balance the budget, and key
congressional and Wall Street figures tapped a target-the Pentagon.
We are not gong to retreat from this program one bit because we know it
will restore the economy," Reagan told a $1,000-a-person Republican fund
raising reception in New Orleans.
The president said he is ready to cut "tens of billions more"-beyond the
$13 billion in reductions he proposed last week for fiscal 1982-in order to
achieve a balanced budget by 1984.
"We're going to keep going until we do," he said.
Reagan spoke as witnesses on Capitol Hill expressed doubts about the im-
pact of the latest installment of his economic recovery package, which links
$2 billion in Pentagon cuts and a 12 percent reduction in most federal
programs with $3 billion in new revenue to save $13 billion.
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Tuesday, September 29, 1981
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University still ponders
its anti-hazing policy

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universities the right to enforce its own
hating policies. However, Johnson says
the University is not waiting for the
legislation to pass and is working under
that assumption.
According to Barb. Eldersvild, an
aide to Bullard, the Michigan bill will
be modeled after bills enacted in New
York and California.
THE NEW YORK bill, enacted in
September 1980, does not set specific
criminal penalties, but requires
colleges and universities to set their
own anti-hazing rules.
In California, violation of the state
hazing law is punishable as a
misdemeanor, with a maximum fine of
$500 and maximum jail sentence of six
months.
Meanwhile. Ohio has joined the ranks
of states working on anti-hazing
legislation. Ohio State Rep. David Har-
tley (D-Springfield) is sponsoring and
anti-Hazing bill that will come up for 4
vote in the Ohio House of Represen-
tatives shortly.
The Ohio bill would establish
criminal penalties for participants in
hazing activities and the college per-
sonnel who permit it, as well as
enabling a hazed person to file suit
against the perpetrators and the college
officials who knew of the activities.
Correction-
In the story "Promoters struggle for
entertainment dollars," printed Thur-
sday, September 24, the Daily printed a
schedule of upcoming concerts spon-
sored by Major Events. The story
should have made clear that though
some of these concert dates are set,
some of them are still tentative..

Johnson
... Greek hazings 'not our business'
' Maximum penalties under the Ohio
bill are misdemeanor charges with
maximum fines of $250 and minimum
jail sentence of 30 days.

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