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Page 10-WednesdayJuly 23, 980-The Mihigan Doily
Guerrilla blasts
candidates'stand
on Palestinians

UNITED NATIONS (AP) - A
Palestinian guerrilla leader, ad-
dressing an emergency session of the
U.N. General Assembly, assailed
President Carter and his two main
political rivals yesterday for opposing
establishment of a Palestinian state on
Arab territory now occupied by Israel.
Farouk Kaddoumi, speaking for the
Palestine Liberation Organization, said
Carter had retreated from early talk of
a "homeland for the Palestinians,"
while Republican presidential nominee
Ronald Reagan and independent can-
didate John Anderson each had "sold
himself to the Zionists."
THE UPSHOT, he said, was "Bye,
bye, PLO."
Kaddoumi, head of the PLO's
political department and its shadow
foreign minister, said "this session
represents a last chance if not the last
chance indeed before the explosion" -
a chance to enable the Palestinians to
found a "state of their own in
Palestine."'
The emergency session, which
opened yesterday, was considered cer-
tain to end with the adoption of a
CLINT EASTWOOD

resolution calling for creation of a PLO-
governed Palestinian state, but the
assembly cannot force Israel to go
along.
The United States and Israel opposed
holding the session. Egypt, their par-
tner in the Camp David accords, was
among the 87 countries that supported
the emergency meeting.
PLO CHAIRMAN Yasser Arafat had
told the 1974 assembly he bore both an
olive branch and a freedom fighter's
gun, and pleaded for it not to let the
olive branch fall from his hand.
Kaddoumi, reviving that illustration
to make the point that the PLO was still
open to peaceful settlement, said,
"Despite the oppression, terrorism,
and genocide we face in our homeland,
we have not yet let the olive branch fall
from our hand. This olive branch we
have carried along with the gun of
revolution."
But he rejected any separate peace
between the Egyptians and the Israelis
as a conspiracy "to destroy our
struggle for peace" and said their talks
under the Camp David agreement had
revealed Israel's "racial, expan-
sionist" nature.
"Let us all unite for peace," Kad-
doumi concluded, "real peace which is
based on justice, before it's too late."
He was alluding to the "Uniting for
Peace" procedure the assembly adop-
ted at U.S. urging in 1950, whereby a
majority can call the assembly into Big sign for cool drinks
emergency session to recommend ac-
tion to restore or preserve peace Erin Nowlin, four, of Dallas, Texas takes a close look at a sigi
whenever the veto has prevented the drink stand near the residence where President Carter appeared
Security Council from taking such ac- per couple fundraiser Monday evening. Carter visited the state to vi
tion. damage to crops and push his bid for re-election in November.
'U' scores partial dismissal victory
Continued from Page 3)
either reinstatement to the faculty pen- to understand he would re
"All of the evidence points to good ding a tenure review or damages - that review in his sixth year a
faith" on the parts of Mathes, Loomis, could have totalled $1.1 million - sity. Stevenson said Marw
and Stevenson, Pratt said. "There was arising out of the allegations of free told he would get a tenur
no malice exhibited," the judge added. speech violations, malice, and contrac- ding there is no custom t
PRATT'S RULING LEFT intact the tual interference. such reviews in the sixti
three counts of Marwil's suit alleging After Pratt delivered his dismissal assistant professor's empl
deprivation of liberty or property decision yesterday morning, Ver- Stevenson said Universi
without due process of law, violation of cruysse called Stevenson to the witness indicate only that sixth.
state and federal equal protection stand, opening the defendants' case. must be considered as p
guarantees, and breach of contract. didates for tenure reviev
However, the dismissal ruling STEVENSON, WHO has been on the didate status being grante
seemed to eliminate the possibility of humanities department faculty for 24 tment chairperson.
financial damage awards from the years, gave testimony countering Testimony in the trial;
three humanities department ad- Marwil's assertion that he was led to pected to conclude by Fri
ministrators. Marwil had been seeking expect a tenure review. this morning. Vercruysse:

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n for a soft
at a $5,000
iew drought
ceive a tenure
at the Univer-
wil was never
e review, ad-
hat demands
I year of an
oyment.
ity guidelines
-year faculty
otential can-
ws, with can-
d by a depar-
which is ex-
day, resumes
said he would
dent Harold
."

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Marwil maintains that during a 1977
contract renewal review he was given

call University Presid
Shapiro as a witness today

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