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The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 10, 1980-Page 5
Iran, Iraq seek allies as
Mideast war continues

POLICE COMPOSITE of man
sought in connection with slayings.
Ao plice
receive
xtaps on
composite
Police have received numerous
tips concerning a composite drawing
of a man observed near the site
where a University graduate student
was murdered last month.
All tips prompted by the drawing
released last Friday are currently
being checked, said Ann Arbor
Police Major Raymond Woodruff.
The map sought is a white male, 27
to 29 years old; muscular, and 5 feet,
7 inches to 5 feet, 8 inches tall, police
said. He was wearing a white tank
top and dark work-type trousers,
when he was seen within 40 yards of
Rebecca Greer Huff's west-side
apartment at the time of her mur-
der.
Police fear the slaying is linked to
two similar murders that have oc-
curred in the city, in the past six
months. .
Police denied calling the person a
suspect and said they were only in-
terested in learning what the in-
dividual was doing at the site.
The Ann Arbor Police Department
asks that anyone who has any
knowledge of the crimes or who
believes he or she has seen the man
in the composite call 994-2875.

From AP and UPI
BAGHDAD, Iraq--Iran claimed that
Iraq unleashed missile salvos on two
Iranian cities yesterday, inflicting the
highest casualty toll of any action in the
war, and both sides were dispatching
envoys to other countries in an effort to
enlist support.I
Iran, which claimed up to 180 killed
and 300 wounded in Iraqi missile at-
tacks, reported major gains in the cen-
tral sector of the front and President
Abolhassan Bani-Sadr told Tehran
radio "we are entering the final phase
of the war."
AN ISRAELI RADIO monitor said
Libya and Syria have mounted round-
the-clock. airlifts of Soviet-made
military equipment to Iran in Iranian
planes flying through Greek, Bulgarian
and Soviet airspace.
Revolutionary leader Ayatollah
Ruhollah Khomeini said victory was
certain and Iran planned to replace the
Iraqi regime with "an Islamic gover-
nment" in Baghdad..
Iraq said its forces "continued to
destroy enemy installations," in the
city located 130 miles north of Abadan.
But Baghdad did not confirm that it
used Soviet-supplied ground-to-ground
missiles for the first time in the con-
flict.
WITH THE WAR in its 18th day, both
sides stepped up diplomatic efforts.
Iran said it planned to send a delegation
to friendly countries to explain Iran's

stand and that Iran also hoped to put its
case before the U.N. Security Council.
President Saddam Hussein of Iraq,'
apparently seeking outside aid or new
mediation efforts, sent envoys to five
countries-Turkey, India, Saudi
Arabia, Kuwait and Italy.
In Tehran, Prime Minister Moham-
mad Ali Rkajai told a Japanese
television correspondent that
"America is in no way concerned" with
the 52 American hostages held in Iran
since Nov. 4. Rajai was quoted by
Tehran radio as saying, "even if all
hostages were killed America would not
consider it important, for it uses them
as a pretext for any action to advance
its interests."
RAJAI ACCUSED Iraqi leader Sad-
dam Hussain of "another insane ac-
tipn" in the rocketing of Dizful.
Iran said attacking Iraqi forces had
been stopped at Dizful, but
acknowledged "explosions" at Ahvaz,
capitol of the oil-producing Arabistan
Khuzistan province, in a statement
broadcast by Tehran radio. Iran also
claimed the recapture of the heights
overlooking Sar-e Pol-e Zahab, 70 miles
west of Khurramshahr.
Analysts said Dizful has a key air
base and two pipelines that carry crude
oil and refined products to Tehran from
the Ahvaz refinery and the southern oil
fields.
IN OTHER fighting, Baghdad said
Ahvaz suffered heavy damage in air

strikes earlier yesterday and said Iraqi
ground forces had killed 18 Iranian
soldiers in the northern Iraqi towns of
Irbil and the oil centers of Mosul and
Kirkuk, capturing tanks and strella
rockets.
It said Iraqi losses "in counter-
shelling were six martyred and 15
wounded."
But Iranian President Abolhassan
Bani-Sadr said Iranian troops had ad-
vanced six miles on a 25-mile front
toward Ahvaz, 80 miles north east of the
vital oil refinery at Abadan.
MEANWHILE, THE Persian Gulf
war spilled over into Lebanon yester-
day with a wave of bombings that
terrorized residents of Moslem west
Beirut.
Blasts at the Saudi Embassy and an
Iran Air office were linked to the Iraq-
Iran war, but police still had not
motives for attacks on the Swiss am-
bassador's home, a Swiss automobile,
and the offices of Swiss Air.
None of the five separate blasts
caused casualties, but all inflicted
remarkable damages especially to the
offices of the Royal Jordanian Airlines,
Iran Air and Swiss Air.
Police said they had no indication as
to the motive for attacking Swiss in-
terests in Beirut.
Police and diplomats blamed the at-
tack on pro-Iranian gunmen angered by
Jordan's continued support for Iraq in
its conflict with Iran.

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p.m., Sports Coliseum.
UAC-pep rally, 8 p.m., Washington St. in front of Rackham.
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Allen Gould, "Laughing to Keep from Crying-The Jewish'Joke and Jewish
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Approximately 4,000 students
registered to vote during the Michigan
Student Assembly's voter registration f h t Hal Pric Beer
drive last week, according to MSA ; m 2
*pokesman Jon Feiger.
Feiger, who coordinated the event for
MSA, said the drive was also helpful in
informing persons of two ballot
proposals that will directly affect all
students. The assembly has endorsed < $
Proposal B-which would lower the
drinking age to 19-and has come out
against Proposal D-the Tisch tax cut
proposition. 8 pm-2 am
MSA coordinated about 60 registrars
*rom a number of local organizations
including Students for Anderson,
O'Reilly for Congress, and PIRGIM for s r :
the non-partisan drive. MSA President
Marc Breakstone said MSA will now
concentrate its efforts on mobilizing
student political clout behind MSA's
ballot endorsements.

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