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PRE-
BUSINESS
DAY
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Page 2-Friday, October 3 , 1980-Th
Vatican
may release
some priests
from vows
VATICAN CITY (AP)-After a two-
year freeze, theVatican has begun con-
sidering thousands of applications from
Roman Catholic priests who want to
leave the priesthood and be released
from their vows of celibacy.
Pope John Paul II has issued dispen-
sation guidelines that strongly reaffirm
the 1,500-year-old ban on priets
marrying but which some Vatican ex-
perts say will help those who want to
marry and remain in the church as
laymen.
"This shows a great sensitivity
toward a priest in trouble," said a high-
ranking Rome-based priest who asked
not to be identified.

e Michigan Daily
IN BRIEF
Compiled from Associated Pressand
United Press International reports

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Economic indicators signal
steady recession recover
Leading economic indicators rose in September for the fourth consecutive
month-the longest string of positive reports since the end of 1977, the Com-
merce Department said yesterday.
The monthly statistics are key indicators of future economic trends. The
most' substantial improvement was a drop in the worker layoff rate, the
government report said.
The gross national product rose 1 percent in September. The total index of
the ten leading economic indicators rose 2.4 percent, following a 1.7 percent
increase in August, and a 3.6 percent rise in July.
Average workweek, vendor performance, total liquid assets, raw material
prices, stock prices,'new orders, and building permits all rose. Contracts
and orders for plant and equipment fell. The money supply dropped sharply.
Private and government economists said the report is further evidence the
recession bottomed out this summer and the economy is on the road to
recovery.
Michigan unemployment down
DETROIT-Unemployment dropped in nine of the state's 13 major labor
market areas last month, the Michigan Employment Security Commission
said yesterday. The Flint area-reeling from the auto industry slump-con-
tinued to record the highest jobless level. The lowest unemployment rate
among the 13 market areas was in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti at 8 percent
each. That was down from 8.8 percent the previous month.
September unemployment in the metropolitan Flint area totaled 17.4 per-
cent-down from 20.7 percent in August but more than twice the level of Sep-
tember, 1979.
Statewide, 516,000 Michigan residents were out of work-11.9 percent.
MESC Director S. Martin Taylor attributed the statewide drop in unem-
ployment during September to callbacks in the auto industry and the
opening of schools.
Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, and the upper peninsula registered
relatively minor increases in their jobless rates. The Muskegon area had the
largest jobless increase at 14.4 percent, compared with 13.1 percent in
August.
Boycott delays hostage debate
A group of hardline members boycotted the Iranian Parliament's session
on the 52 American hostages yesterday, creating new doubts and uncertain-
ties on the fate of the captives. Another session was set for Sunday.
There appeared little hope the hostages would be freed before Tuesday's
election-the anniversary of their capture-despite reports from some
Iranian leaders that a majority of members in Iran's Parliament was in
favor of that timetable.
The Parliament members who boycotted the session oppose considering
the 362-day-old hostage issue in the midst of a war with Iraq.
Both Iran and Iraq reported skirmishes all along their 300-mile battle front
yesterday. Heavy fighting reportedly continued near the besieged port and
refinery cities of Khorramshahr and Abadan in southwestern Iran where
Iranian troops sought to halt Iraqi infantry and armored columns.
Revived Islamic and non-aligned peace missions converged on Baghdad
yesterday on the 39th day of the Gulf War. I Jordan, Iraqi Foreign Minister
Saadoun Hammadiwarned the United States against helping Iran's war ef-
fort.

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Univs of Pennsylvania
The Graduate Division of The Wharton School will be sending Mr. David
Kavasnicka, a representative from the Admissions Office, on November 3,
1980 to meet with those students who are interested in learning more about
Wharton's MBA and MS in Accounting programs.
All students, regardless of their undergraduate major, are invited to attend
informal group sessions during which admission, financial aid, curriculum,
and placement will be discussed. To obtain further information, please
contact your placement center.

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CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT
Fall Term Recruiters
For more information call Career Planning and Placement Office 764-7460

Five killed in radical rivalry
TOKYO-A gang armed with steel pipes and hammers beat five young
students to death in a suburban Tokyo street yesterday in an apparent feud
between rival radical groups. Police said this was the first time so many had
been killed in a single such incident.
Police identified the victinis through fingerprints as active members of a
radical student organization. Four of them had records of arrests for radical
activities, authorities said.
The attachers fled in two vans and police said they had no clue to their
identity. A man who said he was a member of the Middle Chore
Revolutionary Army-an extreme leftist group-claimed in a telephone call
to Japanese news media that his organization was responsible for the attack.
Motive in explosion missing
PEKING-An explosion that killed nine people and injured 81 in Peking's
central railway station was caused by a device brought in by an unknown,
person, the Xinhua news agency said yesterday.
The official news agency gave no details about the charge or any hint of
motive. If the railway station explosion were the work of a terrorist, obser-
vers said, it lacked the kind of target that would indicate the motive.
The railway station was damaged only slightly and trains operated nor-
mally, the news agency said.

OCTOBER 27,1980
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UNION OIL CO. OF CALIFORNIA
U.S. NAVY
OCTOBER 30,1980
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OWENS-CORNING FIBERGLAS
CORPORATION
U.S. NAVY
OCTOBER 31, 1980
LUBRIZOL CORPORATION
SOFTECH INC.
U.S. NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CTR.
NOVEMBER 3,1980
AMERICAN MOTORS CORPORATION
WHARTON GRADUATE SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS
NOVEMBER 4,1980
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INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
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NOVEMBER 11, 1980
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U.S. AIR FORCE
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OF OHIO
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NOVEMBER 17,1980
GANTOS
HARRIS CORPORATION
MARATHON OIL COMPANY
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS
THE RAND CORPORATION
NOVEMBER 18,1980
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY'
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS
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Friday,.October 31, 1980

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