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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 10, 193 - Pogo5


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LONDON (AP) oe h
many U.S. servic en . dr
r led invasion of Gr';d~ Y ~
~tagon has publ cly" k~~n
t ,_British Broadca tiug Coi g
C 0 BBC corresponen ; ri,
f' j1reporting from the (>k b
\~quoted unidentifie r.: (ilr
as saying at leas t 42SOa i4
but the final tocoudrs

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r mis iles and wire-guided anti-tank
The entaon has acknowledged five
trapers"ost'in the Oct. 25 invasion
UNDI-ERSTAND the true figure
wa :t est a dozen and could be 20,"
yironsid. "The inference is that the
Pentgonis holding back the true
I i -ye- orpolitical reasons."

more severely wondd. i
A K D A1 1'Ttagon' spoke: F ;
U.S. officia swr tT,
V-casualty count oAt 18 eQr
Sand no one still unlacn.uth
Barron said Cu""u o
j;,were successful n rr
tAmerican helicop r.wt .u
P Engineering Prl hoe~
said that if ther . sn~
" volved in demontain h
rten calm.
~ University to dea ith1 ~ r
he said, and they dojot,_
terfere. "We cal U! vrs~ .
and it tendstokp h4
down," he said.

Barnsaid two U.S. officers were
I~ ~ ~ c >Praseredot of Grenada because of
~ios a v during the invasion,
esp ,;aly ading to helicopter losses.''

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z BC correspondent also said
Briain atone time before the invasion,
as considering sending in its Special
AirSericecommando squad to rescue

(~~uity won'

isiionngof the University activities
as ellas safety of students and
archers involved i~ the labs.

Ire of

Walt ,Stevented e I
~University's harilm tP
' Safety, said the queurit is a to me

Ithink the first concern in all cases
ionofsafety," Duderstadt said.
the TheUniversity was not very strict in
dealing-it the PSN this time, Duder-
~~~~ ;.d si, because they didn't interfere
u ith Senior's lab and because no
;n ws hindanger.
l[THEY HAD interfered with
11* unoherlab the president may have
z- t ;k _ trnger action," he said.
Ifteewere a considerable risk, he
zdei would be best to force the
~ pr-testoMIout
I o' ant to speculate on when or
whee t.tshould happen," he said.
4>1 ~ ~ t 0 udrst said he doesn't think
>1 ~~eaches are worried that demon-
51 rdo:Will1 continue.
reloo at this as kind of a last gasp
~ ofa dingmovement," said Duder-
~ ~Vjt "it.as a very ineffective way to

Tighter securitywol ner
the openness of t nvrh
!,said. "'Our purpo od hn s es rcet:
to start locking doosadh
Duderstadt said;t cn.~ >
-~protests is two oldamh
Contiflue t
DRDA compile th iw <
e apoato0early October.
DRDA directr, t i of;
Scould neither co frn o *
the figures, busI ttw§
*the reports tody. ,; L
.,reached for cotPRC Amment
University's rese eh. o
final figures ondw e
research on carp i-
ted to the Unit'.d tJ


dingon 'U'7
gradatestudents working with com-
put ~sonrobotics research, is spon-
to ~ ed ?y th Air Force, the National
~ >rienrc iodation and the defense
It part.t Price said. The remaining
ft he DOD eseach dollars are used for the
~ 4>1tonti1atio of other studies begun
vwvx'earlir, Pice said.
mY be oger Krson, who researched military
spcn(ug o campus 'for the Michigan
a It iodert Asembly last term, estimated
f therewerec6 active projects sponsored
a 1~. theDODlast year.
Vicesaidthe Pentagon funding in -
~encsat te University "parallel in-

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