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MSA
Union
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spur. debate

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head of PIC, firmly denied the
allegations. He said that although the
applicants' "attitudes toward what we
are trying to accomplish" was a con-
sideration, the nominations were not
decided on the basis of politics or the
applicants' past affiliation with the
University administration.
"THIS BOARD has to be a cohesive
bond. It can't be a group of fragmented

people," Trott said. "We (PIC) just felt
that there were other people that would
serve the goals of the committee bet-
ter."
One applicant who was appointed,
David Schaper, who has led the drive
for student input into the Union
renovation, disagreed with Trott that
politics did not play a role in the
nominations.
"There was a political decision

made," Schaper said. "The issue of
student representation on the board is
important, (and if you wish to serve on
that board) then you should support
a pro-student position."
Lebow does not represent a pro-
student position, Schaper contends.
"Jeff Lebow speaks on behalf of the
admninistration," Schaper said, adding
that that was why Lebow was not con-
sidered for a nomination to Union
committee.

Canham blasts hazing;
says punishments levied

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lotion, the resident adviser said. "The
jam and eggs were stolen from his
room," he added.
Three team members then loaded the
player into the trunk of a gold Plymouth
Duster, drove him around campus, and
left him naked on the residence hall
doorstep, Krahnke said.
"The sides of his head had been
shaved as well as his genital area," he
said. "There were nicks all over his
body. He was chattering so much we
couldn't even put a thermometer in his

mouth," Krahnke said.
"HIS BODY WAS blue and he was
very, very cold," the resident adviser
continued. "His temperature didn't
return to normal until three hours after
we brought him in."
Krahnke said the player refused to be
taken to the hospital. "We were at a loss
about what to do," he added. One of the
residents on the player's floor notified
two University housing security of-
ficers and asked them to check the
player's vital signs, Krahnke said.
According to Housing Security Direc-
tor David Foulkes, two housing security
officers went to the victim's room,
wrapped him in a dozen blankets, and
placed him in a warm tub. "The player
,.made it clear to the housing officials
that . he did not want to be taken to a
hospital and was not going to prosecute
the players involved," he said.
One resident on the player's floor said
the teammembers who brought him in
told everyone present "not to worry
about it." Krahnke said the team-
members were not very concerned.

IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Iraq continues fierce attack
BASRA, Iraq-Iraq yesterday rained artillery fire on Abadan, site of
the Middle East's biggest oil refinery, and poured more soldiers and tanks
into a ground attack that has driven to within three to five miles of the
Iranian city.
On the Iraqi bank of the Shatt-Al-Arab waterway, an Iraqi spokesperson
said every one of the 152 oil storage tanks in Abadan had been hit since the
was began. More artillery rounds smashed into them yesterday, and balls
of fire erupted through the palls of thick black smoke rising from them.
An Iraqi spokesperson said the fiercely burning fires were belching out
so much smoke, fire, and poisonous fumes that it would be unsafe to send
persons into the city.
Jamaican candidate killed
KINGSTON, Jamaica-A leading government candidate for parliament
in the Oct. 30 elections was shot to death in a politically motivated gunfight,
police and party officials said yesterday.
The governing Peoples National Party and the opposition Jamaica
Labor Party issued statements blaming each other for the killing of Roy
McGann, parliamentary secretary in the ministry of security.
A police spokesman said it appeared that McGann and a police officer
who was his bodyguard died yesterday in "a political confrontation betweent
members of the opposing parties."
News of Mcann's death, which came on the morning of Nomination
Day when all candidates are officially declared, raised fears of a resurgence
of political violence on this 146-mile-long Caribbean island south of Cuba.
Parochial school's action,
ruled unconstitutional
RICHMOND, Va.-A church-run school acted unconstitutionally when
it expelled a white girl for her friendship with a black youth, a federal ap-
peals court ruled yesterday.
The decision by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower
court ruling which held that the Marumsco Christian School in Woodbridge
observed a legitimate religious doctrine that opposed interracial relation-
ships," the appeals court said.
"The district court was clearly erroneous in finding that Marumsco
holds a bona fide religious belief concerning the prohibition of interracial
relationships," the appeals court said.
Egypt, Israel reopen talks
WASHINGTON-After a five-month suspension, Egypt and Israel for-
mally reopened negotiations yesterday on how to give more than one million
Palestinian Arabs a larger voice in determining their future.
As the talks resumed under U.S. auspices, Israel offered to give
Palestinians living on the West Bank of the Jordan River and in Gaza a role
in determining land policy in the occupied territories.
Before talks opened, American mediators met with the Egyptian side to
try to work out a formal Egyptian position. The original draft apparently
reflected no substantive change in policy.
'DES daughters' can sue
WASHINGTON-The Supreme Court yesterday opened the door for
so-called "DES daughters" to recover substantial money damages from
drug companies that made the cancer-inducing drug used to prevent
miscarriages.
The women contracted various types of cancer because their mothers
took DES.
The high court yesterday refused to hear an appeal by the drug com-
panies from a California Supreme Court ruling that divided liability for the
cancer among the various companies that made DES.
Court okays broadcast
of Abscam videotapes
WASHINGTON-The Supreme Court yesterday cleared the way for
television broadcast of the Abscam videotapes that led to the bribery convic-
tion of former Rep. Michael Myers and his expulsion from Congress.
. The court rejected arguments by the Pennsylvania Democrat and his
thee co-defendants that airing the tapes would hurt their chances in ap-
pealing the Aug. 30 convictions.
The justices refused to stay an appeals court ruling that the public has a
right to see the tapes, and that ABC, CBS, and NBC could obtain copies of
them.
Death toll in Algerian
quake officially tops 3000
AL ASNAM, Algiers-Rescue workers sifting through rubble in this

earthquake-damaged city found 1,408 moregbodies, bringing the death toll to
over 3,000, a police spokesperson said yesterday. A few people were found
alive.
The police spokesperson said "thousands" of victims were believed still
buried under the ruins of Al Asnam and many smaller towns and villages in
a radius of 30 miles of the city, four days after a killer earthquake devastated
the area.

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Wednesday, October 15, 1980
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