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The issue of the month will coin-
cide with other forums of discus-
sion. The task force is sponsoring a
panel and open discussion on Nov.
15th to debate the first issue, gun
control.
"'It's going to be Talk Back Live-
ish in essence because we want it to
be very participatory for the audi-
9ce," Coulouris said. "The panel
will do some discussion on its own
and then we'll open up the floor in
the spirit of dialogue."
But the College Republicans view
the Voice Your Vote task force dif-
ferently.
"My personal feeling and the
College Republicans feel that Voice
Your Vote is about registering liber-
al students, not registering all stu-
dents," College Republicans'
esident Rory Diamond said.
.That's why we're kicking off our
1;000 for 2000 campaign."
The 1,000 for 2000 campaign will
focus on registering 1,000 moderate
to conservative students to vote for
the.2000 election.
They will rely on a primarily
grass roots campaign of e-mail,
-meetings and activities on the Diag
to register students. The program is
Oonsored by the College
Republicans and already has regis-
tered 150 first-year students,
Diamond said.
Coulouris denied trying to attract
solely liberal students to vote and
said the task force's main purpose is
to inspire more participation in the
democratic process.
"Only a very narrow minded per-
s -n would say that voting is what
*unts," Coulouris said. "Voting is
e end. It's the last piece of the
puzzle. There is so much more that
needs to happen in order for some-
one to be an active and engaged
participant in the democratic
process."

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Clinton urges leaders to
settle Oslow Peace Accords

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The Washington Post
OSLO - President Clinton met sep-
arately with Israel's Prime Minister
Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader
Yasser Arafat yesterday and urged both
men to use this week's Middle East
mini-summit to build momentum
toward settlement of the major unre-
solved issues of the Oslo Peace
Accords.
The president, the Israeli premier,
the Palestinian leader and a roster of
other world figures - including
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir
Putin - gathered in this blustery
Nordic capital for a two-day com-
memoration of the life of Yitzak
Rabin, the peace-minded Israeli
prine minister who was assassinated
four years ago this week.

Clinton warned the swarming
global press corps here that "I don't
think you should expect some sort of
major announced breakthrough" to
come out of this week's session.
But he was urging the Israeli and
Palestinian leaders to settle in for
serious talks on such divisive points
as Palestinian statehood and the sta-
tus of Jerusalem.
Oslo is accustomed to hosting world
leaders. But Clinton is the first incum-
bent U.S. president to visit Norway, and
his arrival has prompted unprecedented
security precautions.
All the local newspapers ran front-
page photos yesterday of police on
the main street armed with automatic
rifles - a shocking image in a tran-
quil society where neither police nor

anyone else carries a gun in normal
circumstances.
This week's session is designed to
invoke Rabin's memory as a prod to
revive the stalled Israeli-Palestinian
peace effort in the Middle East.
Clinton described the late prime min-
ister, who shared the Nobel Peace
Prize with Arafat in 1994, as "a man
who gave his life for the peace
process."
In Israel yesterday, the newspaper
Haaretz offered a detailed report - evi-
dently leaked by Barak's government
- on Israel's negotiating position for
the next round of peace talks.
It said that Israel would be willing
to recognize an independent
Palestinian state in return for securi-
ty guarantees.
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JESSICA JOHNSON/Daily
University alum Andre Laurent plays a Chinese flute yesterday under the
West Hall Arch.

Three football players
stabbed outside bar

By Emily Kulkus
and Dave Levinthal
Daily Orange
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (U-WIRE) -
Three Syracuse University football play-
ers and two other men were stabbed early
Sunday morning after being attacked by
several men outside a bar on the city's
west side, according to Syracuse police.
David Byrd, a starting cornerback for
the Orangemen, sustained severeneck and
shoulder wounds during a brawl involving
between 60 and 75 people outside Sadie's
Place police said. The Syracuse senior
remained in critical condition at University
Hospital, early yesterday morning, hospital
officials said,

Giovanni DeLoatch, a reserve defen-
sive end, sustained cuts to his arm, head
and back and Maynard "Duke" Pettijohn,
a starting defensive end, sustained cuts to
his head and ear, police said. DeLoatch is
in good condition at St. Joseph's
Hospital, while Pettijohn was treated and
released, hospital officials said.
Police charged two Syracuse men on
multiple felony charges in connection
with the fight, with one or two more
arrests likely yesterday, Sgt. David Sackett
said. Police are still unsure, despite inter-
viewing dozens of witnesses and suspects,
what caused the melee, which began
shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday along the 100
block of Shonnard St., Sackett said.

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