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"We don't understand this rush to judgment," he
said. "A superpower should study and take its time
in judging, especially since everyone is looking on
as it prepares for a huge military campaign, for an
aggression against Iraq. It should behave wisely."
Asked whether Iraq itself has included new
evidence in its declaration to address major unan-
swered questions posed by the U.N. inspectors,
al-Saadi focused on two issues: reported discrep-
ancies in the disposition of large amounts of
lethal VX nerve agent produced by Iraq in the
1980s, and large gaps in documentation linked to
Iraq's biological weapons program.
On VX, he said, "some first-class evidence" was
given in the 1990s, but did not satisfy the inspectors
then "because they were mainly led by personnel
from the United States and Britain."As for biologi-
cal weapons, he said further evidence doesn't exist
because "the program didn't exist after 1991."
The U.N. plane carried the Iraqi declaration out
of Baghdad to Cyprus for onward flights. On its
return, the plane brought reinforcements for the
U.N. weapons inspectors in the Iraqi capital, 25
new investigators who will double the staff and
allow quick expansion of the inspection schedule.
The inspectors' first helicopter was being
assembled yesterday at Baghdad's Saddam Inter-
national Airport. They expect eight in all,
enabling them to range farther afield with their
daily surprise inspections.
The U.N. teams continued those missions yes-
terday, visiting a government mining and survey
company in Baghdad with past association with
uranium processing, which could help make fuel
for nuclear bombs, and a pesticide plant west of
Baghdad. Pesticide production can be converted
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upcoming negotiations with University
administration. Because they were not mem-
bers of GEO at the time of last year's negotia-
tions, they will bargain separately after Winter
Break. They said GEO will be able to provide
training and advice, as well as becoming an
advocate for HLs.
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to chemical weapons making.
The long-awaited Iraqi declaration comprisedat
least a dozen bound volumes accompanied by
computer disks, covering such subjects as the
1990s U.N. weapons inspection regime in Iraq,
when many arms and much production equipment
were destroyed, and "dual-use" industries that can
alternate between civilian and military production.
The arms declaration will draw weeks of scruti-
ny from nuclear engineers, chemists, microbiolo-
gists, missile technicians and other specialists as
* the United Nations searches for clues, among the
dry accounts, of hidden arms programs or remain-
ing caches of weapons of mass destruction.
"I hope the international community will bear
with us and give us time to do a proper job," said
Mohamed ElBaradei, the IAEA director-general.
The U.N. experts are expected to "sanitize" the
documents for distribution to representatives of
15 Security Council member nations, by remov-
ing sensitive information on producing chemical,
biological or nuclear weapons. Translating from
Arabic may also cause delays.
The U.N. agencies will compare the new Iraqi
information with past Iraqi reports and with their
own databases of past inspections and other infor-
mation. What they learn "will be integrated in our
overall strategy" as they plan.targets for surprise
visits in the coming weeks, said Jacques Baute,
leader of the nuclear inspection team here.
"The information provided in this declaration
will have to be verified, and the onus of that will
fall on us," said Demetrius Perricos, operational
chief for the U.N. Monitoring, Verification and
Inspection Commission, responsible for chemical
and biological weapons and missiles.
If Iraq is eventually found to have cooperated
fully with the inspectors, U.N. resolutions call for
the Security Council to consider lifting economic
sanctions imposed on Iraq in 1990.
"GEO will do everything it can to ensure
that RHLs win the best contract possible for
themselves and for future generations of
RHLs," GEO member and Rackham student
Irfan Nooruddin said. "We will provide advice
based on our experiences from bargaining with
the University over the past 28 years as well as
our help in organizing and mobilizing commu-
nity support for the HLs as they bargain their
Ab*Bus triples servicesfor upcomig break
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an e-mail from a first year student who
said he couldn't imagine not using this.
service," Greenberg said.
Although for this break MSA could not
take reservations in residence halls, a
major market for airBus, Greenberg said
he hopes students hear about the service.
"We haven't been able to advertise as
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many distinguished guests, including
Robben Fleming, who served as president
of the University from 1967 to 1978, and
also as interim president in 1988.
"It's a very nice (residence hall) and the
dinner is a special event to have around
Christmas time just before everyone goes
home for the holidays. The Messiah per-
formance is also very popular and it
always draws a big crowd," he said.
Though the Messiah Dinner has grown
into a large event that requires many months
of planning, it has very simple beginnings.
Olive Chernou was a student living in
Martha Cook in 1945, when the first dinner
much as we wanted to because of time
shortage but we want to fill those trips'we
have now to the airport," Greenberg said.
The airBus was started last spring as
part of the Students First platform. Stu-
dent First candidates have been campaign-
ing this fall for working on projects to
save student's money.
"When I ran for president I went on this
platform and I aim to deliver with the
resources we have," Boot said. "A lot of
was held. She explained that the house moth-
er at the time, Mrs. Dickema, had invited the
director of the musical program to dinner.
When she learned that the musical director
had previous dinner plans with four soloists
from the Messiah performance, she invited
them along also, and the custom began.
"It's nice to come back every year and
see the blend of tradition with the new.
Each group of girls brings fresh ideas to
the event," said Chernou, who currently
serves as the building's director and is the
only director who was also a former stu-
Marilyn Mason, who was also a student
at the first dinner and is now a world-
renowned organist, added, "It's a very his-
toric tradition and a very good dinner!"
big universities offer some kind of bus
service and we never had that. It's too
expensive for students to face $40 for a
taxi ride to the airport. It's definitely a
goal of ours to find ways to make stu-
dents' (lives) more convenient."
While MSA still encourages students to
book in advance to guarantee seats on the bus,
seats for walk-on customers, which proved
popular during Thanksgiving, have been
The Messiah Dinner holds significance
for newer alumnae as well. Marion Davis
resided in the building from 1988-1991.
She said she believes that it is an impor-
tant part of the Martha Cook tradition.
"It's representative of the values of arts
and culture and it celebrates the full
dimension of the academic experience."
The buffet dinner ended at 7:30 to allow
guests with tickets to attend the Messiah
performance at 8 p.m. The performance by
the University Musical Society, which~fea-
tures a variety of Christmas music, was
moved to the Michigan Theater this year.
Hill Auditorium, the performance's tradi-
tional venue, is currently undergoing ren-
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well as a president who opposes abortion, all
of whom have chipped away at those rights.
"They (opponents of abortion rights)
have been activists across their communi-
ties and got their candidates elected -
and we have not kept up," she said.
Rivers got her start in local politics in
1984 when she won a seat on the Ann
Arbor Board of Education after being fed
up with the condition of local public
schools. She served on the board until
1992, finishing her stint as board presi-
dent. She was elected to the Michigan
House of Representatives in 1992 and
remained in the Legislature until 1994,
when she was one of only a handful of
Democrats to win new seats in the U.S.
House, as Republicans took over the
chamber for the first time in 40 years.
Last night, she said she would disclose
her plans tomorrow.
As for her future, Rivers said, "I expect
to roll up my sleeves and work to elect
hard-working, pro-choice, progressive
She has been one of the House's most
liberal members, and the fact that she will
not be returning has been cause for glee
among state Republicans, who drew the
15th District into which the hometowns of
both Dingell and Rivers were placed.
Rivers, who had a history of depression,
said one of the most important things she
did in Congress was discuss her own his-
tory of mental illness, causing "a lot of
people to rethink the issue."
But she said she sees no opportunities
to seek elective office in the immediate
future, though "politics is all about oppor-
"She's not going to go away, and I think
we can take comfort in that," said state
Sen.-elect Liz Brater (D-Ann Arbor), who
won Rivers' seat in the state House in
1994 upon Rivers' election to Congress.
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