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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 8, 1986

PRESIDENT MAY TAKE 'FURTHER STEPS'

Reagan cuts U.S. ties to Libya

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WASHINGTON (AP) - President
Reagan yesterday ordered all
Americans and American companies
to q'uit doing business with Libya, and
pledged that unspecified "further
steps" would be taken if Moammar
Khadafy does not end his
"longstanding involvment in
terorism."
IAeaan said there was "irrefutable
evidence" that the Libyan leader was
involved in the Dec. 17 massacres that
killed 19 people at Rome and Vienna
airports. He declined to discuss this
evidence.
Nonetheless, Reagan said Khadafy
hail aided the Palestinian group he
sal was responsible for the airport
att eks and told reporters, "Khadafy
deserves to be treated as a pariah in
the world community."
1N REMARKS at the beginning of a
nationally televised news conference,
the' president appealed to America's
European allies to "join with us in
isolating him." Aides conceded that
without such support, the sanctions
m ht have little effect.
niother matters, Reagan told a
questioner that he intends to ask
Congress to raise the Pentagon's
budget by 3 percent after inflation in
the 1987 budget that he submits to
Conress next month. At the same time
he is expected to propose more than
$50 billion in politically painful
domestic program cuts needed to
meet the deficit reduction goals in
new budget legislation.

Asked about fresh calls in Congress
for a tax increase, Reagan said "not
now," and added he is afraid that a
hike "could even trigger possibly a
slump in the economy."
Reagan also said no date has been
set for his second summit with Soviet
leader Mikhail Gorbachev. A date of
June had been discussed, but Reagan
said the Russians have suggested Sep-
tember.
REAGAN fielded questions in the
East Room of the White House, his
first full-fledged news conference sin-
ce Sept. 17 and the 32nd of his ad-
ministration.
He opened the question period in a
lighter note, welcoming back White
House reporter Sarah McClendon, 75,
who had been recuperating from hip
surgery. He called her "a true
Washington institution," who has kept
"eight presidents in all, and me, on
their toes over the years."
McClendon responded with a smile
and then asked one of her customary
zingers, needling the president on the
threat that budget cuts may make
Medicare even more costly and asking
why the United States could not
emulate Canada in providing vir-
tually free medical care.
BEFORE THE news conference
even began, Reagan invoked national
emergency authority and signed an
executive order which said that firms
and individual Americans who
remain in Libya or conduct business
- import or export - with Libya will
be subject to criminal prosecution.

Administration officials said
several firms, including Occidental
Petroleum and Oasis, have continued
to do business in Libya.
Administration officials said
Reagan's 'order means that, for in-
dividuals, anyone other than a jour-
nalist who remains in Libya and buys
or sells anything at all - including
groceries - could face up to 10 years
in prison and cash fines.
"U.S. companies will no longer
pump Libyan oil or purchase it for
sale anywhere in the world," said a
statement accompanying Reagan's
announcement. "U.S. construction
and management firms will no longer
aid major Libyan projects . . .
Criminal sanctions will face any
American participating in the Libyan
economy."
REAGAN SAID Khadafy provided
support for terrorists led by Abu
Nidal, the Palestinian who Reagan
said was responsible for the airport
attacks.
The president's statement said,
"We call on our friends in Western
Europe and elsewhere to join with us
in isolating him. Americans will not
understand other nations moving into
Libya to take commerical advantage
of our departure."
Some officials, speaking on con-
dition they not be identified, said
there was little prospect that Italy,
Libya's largest trading partner, and
West Germany would cooperate with
the U.S. trade ban.
Even so, officials said it was impor-

tant that Reagan act to "eliminate
any U.S. contribution to the Libyan
economy."
In his order, Reagan declared a
national emergency to give him the
power to act in "an unusual and ex-
traordinary threat to the national
security and foreign plolicy of the
United States."
"'If these steps do not end
Khadafy's terrorism," Reagan said,
"I promise you that further steps will
be taken."
He did not say what those might be,
but administration officials briefing
reporters at the White House on the
latest steps said military action
remains one option.

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Associated Press
President Reagan gestures during a news conference at the White House
last night where he ordered all Americans and American companies to
quit doing business with Libya.

Supreme Court confirms 'U' autonomy

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take Part One of the National Board of
Medical Examiners test, which is
required to begin the last two years of
the program. Ewing was expelled af-
ter he failed the test, receiving the
lowest score of any University student
in the history of the program .
A University legal brief says that
Ewing was placed on academic
probation three times before he failed
the test. His academic record was
riddled with failed classes, incom-
pletes, and several repeated classes.
In 1976, he took a one-year leave of ab-
sence and took some required science
classes at Point Loma College in

California. However, he continued to
have difficulty upon returning to the
University.
AFTER BEING expelled, Ewing
tried several times to get reinstated in
the Inteflex program and asked to be
allowed to retake the NBME test. The
panel of University professors upheld
its initial decision to bar Ewing from
retaking the exam, making Ewing the
first University student denied the
chance to retake the test.
Prompted by the University's
refusal to reinstate him and to allow
him to retake the test, Ewing filed suit
in U.S. District Court in Detroit, which
upheld the University's decision,

saying that the University was im-
mune from such a suit.
Ewing then appealed his case to the
sixth U.S. Circuit Court in Cincinnati,
which overturned the lower courts
ruling, saying the University had ac-
ted in an arbitrary and capricious
manner because it didn't follow its
usual policy of allowing students to
retake the test.
Following Ewing's victory, the
University took the case to the
Supreme Court. The Court decided on
Dec. 12 in favor of the University,'
declaring that the issue was not fair-
ness to Ewing, rather his ability to
continue at the University.

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DON'T MISS ANYTHING. SAVE TOO. 15% off on
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NEW Credit Cardt No one refused. VISA/
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TWO WHITE MALES incarcerated at Huron Val-
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CREATING NEW RELATIONSHIPS. A weekend
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INFORMATION AND APPLICATIONS for Uni-
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CLEANING PERSON, apartment complex halls
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EXPERIENCED BABY-SITTER NEEDED for
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hours. 662-4366. 97H0114
CAPITAL RECORDS seeks individual for campus
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No. 3, Westland, MI 48185. 10H0114
SUMMER & CAREER JOBS AVAILABLE! Re-
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are now accepting applications for employment!
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NEEDED: Subjects with late summer (rag weed)
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SUBWAY SANDWICHES needs part time em-
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JOB AVAILABLE. Wanted self-motivated person
who is willing to contribute consistent time and
effort to earn big payoff. You would be distribu-
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914-783-4569. 76H0113
ARTIST WANTED to paint portrait from
photograph. Call Scott 761-9848. 30H1202

MESSENGER FOR LAW FIRM. Hours approxi-
mately 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday. Errands,
kitchen clean up, light clerical tasks. Familiarity
with University of Michigan library system and
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resume to Personnel Manager, P.O. Box 1686,
Ann Arbor 48106. 05K0117
NORMAL, HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS with no
history of psychiatric disorders needed for re-
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studies on different days with overnight stays in
the Clinical Research Center. Ages 30-55. Compen-
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84H0116
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS WANTED for the
Michigan Guild and Art organization located in
downtown Ann Arbor. Good management skills,
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sary. Blocks of 2% and 3 hours. preferred. Contact
Judith at 662-3819 for further information. 09H0121
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WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT or volunteer at
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paid at the successful completion of the 15 week
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day, 9:00-4:00 for further details. 86H0131
HERPES VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. Earn $75.
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work-study required. Natural resources and/or
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Current positions available include: Cooks, Day
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ACROSS
'I Take effect
$ Knitter's stitch
1- Margot
*Fonteyn's title
14 Medley
1 Of a section
16 So be it!
1 Musical groups
19 Hammett's
6Wolfe
24- Iroquoian
244 Those tripping
the light
fantastic
2 First lady of
*' scat et al.
26, Chilling
2t. Stairway guide
31, "The Lavender
_' Hill -"
3j On the briny
38 Fortune's
N partner, usually
35 Seven-year
phenomenon
3E Kenton or Getz
4 Red entry
41 "A Doll's
House" role
4k Place to play,
> in Paris
48 Mashhad site
4t Judge
46 Popular street
name
47 Symbol of
slowness
5i Ear part
52 Supply food
5; Cryptographic
w aid
5P Traveler's tote
60 Hot spot

7 Franklin, to
friends
8 Cheryl and
Diane
9 Schiaparelli
10 Musical ties?
11 Eastern leader
12 Chipper
13 Adam's grand-
son
18 Fulda feeder
22 Classic
preceder
24 Army careerist
25 Where stars
fell, in a
song
27 Metal strap
28 The Charles's
pet
29 At hand
30 Musical spies?
31 Had a date
34 City N of
Bismarck
36 Stocking tips
37 Algonquin
Indian
38 Scenery
chewers
40 Vague
14

46 Took by the
nose
48 Flattens
49 Saudi,
for one
50 Mississippi
sight
51 The bounding
main

52 Wading bird
53 Awkward one
54 Esau's land
56 Minus
57 Quechuah
58 Pierre's State:
Abbr.
59 Worker of old
62 Once called
63 Manx

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