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Page 2-Friday. October 9, 1981-The Michigan Daily

Fla.-must fund
college despite
sex- controversy

CITY/STATE__ZIPTAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - A federal
EMU STUDENT NUMBER __SOC/SEC/NUMBER judge blocked the state yesterday from
cutting off funds to the University of
(IF NOT AN EMU STUDENT, SCHOOL ATTEND(ED) (ING) ) South Florida because of a student
group that advocated premarital sex.
Payment: LSAT-$95 U.S. District Judge Ben Krentzman
issued a temporary restraining order
Amount Enclosed $ allowing the University to continue
CHECK OR M.O.- VISA/MASTERCARD- EXPIRES receiving state funds despite a possible
violation by the student group of the sex
SIGNATAURE DATE education provision of the state's ap-
propriations law.
RETURN THIS FORM WITH PAYMENT TO: CREDIT-FREE PROGRAMS, UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT John
DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION, EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY Brown filed the suit after being advised
330 GOODISON HALL, YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN 48197 by state comptroller Gerald Lewis's
office that funding would be cut off by
Monday because the University
E ASTERN PROGRAM MANAGER allowed a student organization to ad-
CREDIT FREE PROGRAMS vocate sexual relations between un-
H IGA N CONTINUING EDUCATION married adults.
MuICHIGANGood ison calAt issue is the controversial Trask-
Bush Amendment tacked onto this
year's state university budget by the

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Legislature. It provides for cutting off
state money to universities which fund
on-campus organizations advocating
sexual relations between unmarried
adults.
The amendment was aimed
primarily at homosexuals but also in-
cludes free love groups.
THE SUITS said USF faced
"irreparable damage" no matter which
side it took on the controversy, and said
the university faced a possible cutoff of
funds by today, or at the latest, Mon-
day.
"The law is ambigious and the
university finds itself in a genuine legal
dilemma," said USF attorney Steve
Wenzel.
In defiance of the amendment, the
USF Student Government Senate
passed a resolution last month ad-
vocating sex between consenting, non-
married adults and a group of students
formed an organization called Sigma
Epsilon Chi-the Greek letters for
SEX-and requested provisional status
from the university.
Such status would entitle the
organization to use university meeting
rooms and services and USF officials
said, under university rules, they have
no choice but to grant the status.
The amendment has already come
under challenge twice.
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IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press international reports
Fundamentalists riot as
Murabak consolidates power
CAIRO, Egypt- Moving swiftly to consolidate power, President-designate
Hosni Mubarak called upon the United States yesterday to stand by Egypt
and remain a "fullpartner" in the peace process started by his slain
predecessor Anwar Sadat.
Mubarak pledged in his first American television interview to adhere to
the Camp David peace apcords with Israel.
"We are committed to what we have already signed," Mubarak said in the
interview with CBS correspondent Walter Cronkhite broadcast last night.
Less than 24 hours after parliament nominated him to succeed Sadat
Mubarak faced a challenge from Moslem fundamentalists who fought a
bloody battle with police in the city of Asyut, 306 miles south of Cairo.
Initial reports said several people were shot and scores arrested in ti
rioting that erupted when fundamentalists defied the new yearlong ban on
street gatherings and attempted to celebrate the Moslem Feast of Sacrifice.
with street prayers.
Sadat attack led by Moslem
fanatic, Egyptian officials say
CAIRO- Egyptian officials, including the new leader, Vice President
Hosni Mubarak, have said the attack on President Anwar Sadat was moun-
ted by four assailants led by a Moslem fanatic. Sadat rounded up more than
1,500 foes last month on suspicion of fomenting Moslem-Christian strife.
The Newspaper Al-Akhbar quoted Defense Minister Abdel Halim Abu
Ghazala as saying two of Sadat's assailants were civilians masquerading as
soldiers, and a third was a retired reserve officer. The fourth was identified
as a major and Moslem fundamentalist whose brother was executed by the
government in connection with a Moslem attack on the Cairo military
academy in1974.
Westerners who witnessed the assassination of Sadat say his security for-
ces failed to react to protect the president. They also raised questions about
the official account that only four attackers were involved.
Military attaches and diplomats who attended the parade Tuesday told
The Associated Press they were surprised, in some cases shocked, because
Sadat's security forces failed to take action to safeguard him.
"It has to raise questions," said a Western military attache who saw the
attack.
Three ex-presidents, world
leaders to attend funeral
WASHINGTON- With three former presidents at his side yesterday,
President Reagan said the American people stand together with the people
of-Egypt in mourning Anwar Sadat and in. "rededicating ourselves to the
cause for which he gave his life."
Hours before the American delegation left for Sadat's funeral in Cairo on
Saturday, Reagan invited the slain Egyptian leader's successor, Hosni
Mubarak, on a state visit early next year.
Reagan issued the invitation through Ashraf Ghorbal, the Egyptian am-
bassador here, when the envoy visited the Oval Office yesterday to receive
'Reagan's condolences on the assassination.
The American delegation to Sadat's funeral Saturday included former
presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon. The Egyptian
government has set up strict security arrangements for the state funeral,
which will also be attended by Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin,
French President Francois Mitterrand and Britain's Prince Charles.
The three major U.S. television networks said yesterday they plan live
coverage of the funeral.
In Israel, anxiety over the assassination was muted yesterday as the coun-
try virtually shut down to observe the holiest day of the Jewish religious
year-Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
In West Germany, three Americans wounded in the attack on Sadat were
flown yesterday to the U.S. Air Force hospital that received the hostages
from Iran and were given the same hero's welcome as the Tehran captives.

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Friday, October 9, 1981
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