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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 19, 2002 - 7

Weapons inspectors begin
search i n Iraq for arms

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - U.N. arms
inspectors returned to Iraq after a four-
year hiatus yesterday, calling on Presi-
dent Saddam Hussein's government to
cooperate with their search for
weapons of mass destruction in the
interest of peace. But Washington said
it already sees likely violations.
Chief U.N. inspector Hans Blix
and about 30 inspectors flew into the
Iraqi capital aboard a white cargo
plane emblazoned with the black let-
ters "U.N." as allied warplanes
bombed Iraqi air defense systems in
the northern no-fly zone. The U.S.
military said the jets were fired on
during routine patrols.
At the White House, spokesman
Scott McClellan said yesterday the
Iraqi anti-aircraft fire "appears to be a
CHALKING
Continued from Page 1
stand for.
The chalk ads on the sidewalks
are a good way to get a candidate's
name out, but no actual information
is being presented, some students
said.
"Just because I see their name on the
sidewalk, it doesn't make me want to
vote for them," Engineering sopho-
more Krishna Putchakayala said.
Students said that the names of the
candidates are mostly all that students
receive from the chalking.
Yesterday afternoon there were
more than 130 campaign ads
chalked on the sidewalks between
the Modern Languages Building
and the Michigan Union - all with
the michigan c
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violation" of the U.N. resolution that
sent the inspectors back to Iraq.
It was unclear whether other
countries on the Security Council
would consider incidents in the no-
fly zone serious enough to merit a
response, because the council never
explicitly authorized the patrols.
Iraq considers such patrols a viola-
tion of its sovereignty and frequent-
ly shoots at them. Defense Secretary
Donald Rumsfeld, traveling in
Chile, said the United States is wait-
ing for a pattern of Iraqi misdeeds
before going back to the council.
The return of the inspectors is wide-
ly seen as Saddam's last chance to
avoid a devastating war with the Unit-
ed States. President Bush has warned
Saddam that failure to cooperate with
the names of only four candidates.
The chalk brightly displays instruc-
tions to "vote Blue," "vote Student's
First" or even "vote for Dante, the
disco inferno."
In response to concerns by some
students of the triviality of all the
chalk talk, MSA candidate Stacie
Perez said the ads in chalk are
meant to spark the interest of those
who want to learn more about the
party's platform.
Perez said most of her campaign-
ing time is spent going door to
door, where she said she gets a
chance to explain her goals in detail
and on a personal level. Chalk
advertising is something she and
other students do at night as a way
of making their names well known,
Perez said.

the inspectors will bring on an Ameri-
can attack and that Washington will
pursue a policy of "zero tolerance"
toward Iraqi infractions.
Saddam's deputy, Izzat Ibrahim, told
the official Iraqi News Agency that
Iraq will work with inspectors to pro-
tect its people from America but will
fight "if war is imposed on us."
Eventually more than 220 inspectors
from 49 countries will be deployed,
although how many at any one time
would vary depending on what is
required. At least 30 inspectors are
American, the largest nationality repre-
sented, and at least are five women. At
least six of the group are Arabs, and
Mohamed ElBaradie, who oversees the
International Atomic Energy Agency,
is Egyptian.
The University has very little regu-
lations on the ways in which students
may use chalk on University proper-
ty, said Susan Wilson, director of the
Office of Student Activities and
Leadership.
The "Diag Policy" indicates that
students are allowed to use water-
soluble chalk on all University side-
walks and that the University is not
responsible to remove anything,
even if students report offensive
markings.
The University upheld its free
speech policy during one incident last
semester when offensive slang toward
blacks was chalked on University
property. The University spoke out
against the act, but did not make any
action to have the offensive message
removed, Wilson said.

BIN LADEN
Continued from Page 1
In the message, bin Laden apparently refers to the
killing of a U.S. diplomat in Amman, Jordan, on Oct.
28, which is the most recent event he noted. It is
unknown if al-Qaida orchestrated the killing.
An al-Jazeera reporter said he received the tape last
Tuesday in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Bin Laden also praises several more terrorist attacks
by suspected Islamic militants between April and Octo-
ber, including the bombing of a nightclub in Bali,
Indonesia, on Oct. 12 that left close to 200 people dead,
and the takeover of a theater in Moscow, in late Octo-
ber, by Chechen rebels.
Previously, the last certain evidence bin Laden was
alive was recorded on Nov. 9, 2001, when he had dinner
with some followers. A videotape of the meal was
recovered by U.S. forces in Afghanistan.
Late in December, another tape of bin Laden giving a
statement was broadcast. ,
He appeared gaunt and possibly wounded. The references in
the tape suggested it was filmed in late November or early
December, but officials could not be certain.
On Dec. 10, in the Tora Bora area of Afghanistan
where bin Laden was believed to be hiding, U.S. per-
sonnel intercepted a radio transmission that was
believed to have come from the al-Qaida leader.
But it was not recorded and never matched to his
voice, officials have said.

AP PHOT(
Weapons inspectors for the United Nations wait near a plane
in Iraq. Forty-nine countries will be represented by the 220
inspectors deployed in the country.

BUDGET
Continued from Page 1
opment Corp. showing the state's
spending of $1.5 billion on higher
education in 1999 produced a net
economic impact to the state of $39
billion
Better cost-saving procedures at the
universities, such as the use of bulk pur-
chasing and the sharing of energy
sources
Provost Paul Courant said the Univer-
sity of Michigan is already undertaking
many of the cost-cutting procedures out-
lined in the report, but said he is not sure
about the feasibility of an annual sum-
mit of education leaders and lawmakers.
"The particular missions and goals of
the capacities of the different universi-
ties is actually quite different and

"The universities are
going to have to do
a better job of
documenting what
they've done to get
a better handle on
their costs"
- Rep. Chris Kolb
D-Ann Arbor
whether a collective meeting of that kind
is something that should be done is quite
uncertain,' Courant said.

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