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rage Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, Jonuory

17, 1969

~a~e Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January 17, 1969

GARRISON'S REQUEST:
Clark releases information
from JFKi autopsy review

Bookstores
plan strategy
(Continued from Page 1)
He was unavailable for coin-
mnent last night.

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WASHINGTON (IM--Atty Gen.
Ramsey Clark last might released
a report by a heretofore secret
panel of experts saying the autop-
sy findings on the death of the
late President John F. Kennedy,
as set out in the. Warren Conm-
mission Report, were correct.
The report was made public on
the e've of court proceedings in-
stituted by New Orleans District
Attorney Jim Garrison to have l
photographs and x-rays taken at
the autopsy sent to Lousiana to!
be used in the trial of Clay L.
Former Assistant Atty. Gen.
Burke Marshall was quoted in the
Clark statement as saying the
material was released after con-.

According to an observer who
sultation with the President's Lee Harvey Oswald, who was act- 1asked to remain unidentified,
widow, ,Mrs. Aristotle Onassis, and ing alone. George Coons, manager of Slat-
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D- "Examination of the clothingI er's, talked yesterday afternoon
Mass), the late president's brother. and of the photographs and X- !with a representative from an-
rays taken at autopsy reveal that other bookstore about a meeting I
Clak'ssttemntsai bth adPresident Kennedy was struck by of the owners and managers of,
no comrment to make on the report toblesfrd rmaoeadthe five stores.
or its release. It was the late "behind him, one of which travers- " He said he would be receptive
Robert F. Kennedy who originally ed the base of the neck on the to such a meeting," said the ob-
had he atopy supresed, right side without striking bonesevr
Robert Kennedy and Mrs. On- and the other of which entered Coons also was not at home last
assis in 1966 had turned the re-tesulro bhiddxpd- night. The wives of both Coons
port~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~h ovrt h ainlAcie diskulrigh siehedsummary of tand Ulrich said they were attend-
ontecondition that it Antibe trgthenlsireorthsummary o ing business meetings, and would
made public until 1971.~_ most likely not be back until late.

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SDS stages'
protest over i
Litton policy
By CHARLES SILKOWITZ
About 20 members of Students
for a' Democratic Society, yester-
day confronted an employment re-
cruiter from Litton Industries. in
the second day of protests against=
the corporation.
The g r o u p marched into the
corridor of the engineering place-
went service on the ground floor
of the West ,Engineering Bldg.
They performed, an impromptu
guerilla production outside Room
128-1) where the recruiter, Frank
R. McCarter, 'was conducting an;
interview.
'Throughout the performance,
and during a debate between SDS
miembers and office personnel
which followed, a girl rhythmical-
ly kicked the interview room door
with her boot.!
Prof. John Young, director of
the engineering placement service,
called the protest "a definite dis-
ruption of a service to our stu-
dents. It is basically intolerable,"
he said.
However, R ich a rd Shapiro,
grad, who was being interviewed,
at the time, said the protest was'
non-disruptive. "It didn't bother#,
us a~t all," he said. "In fact, 'I
thouight it was rather ludicrous."
After completing the interview
with Shapiro, McCarter entered
the corridor where the SDS mem-j
bers gave him a leaflet contain-
ing Litton's alleged abuses. Mc-
Carter refused to respond to the
charges,, but indicated that Lit-.
ton's press relations staff would
prepare a reply available for cir-
culation in Ann Arbor soon.
One member of SDS said the
real object of the protest was to
[point out "the huge, American)
super-corporation, of which Lit-1
ton is only typical. Litton is a
good example because of its abus-
es," he claimed.

DistictAttyJimGarison at " ie bullet uckrw.thle back 01
DistOrctatty.haJimenGarringtothe decedent's head well above the
obtai Olantoshogahabenseekndtoexternal occipital protuberance.
X-ray pictures of President Ken-heBasleaningefobradowithahis
niedy. A Washington court was hewladnoquly tothhlsft
scheduled to hear arguments to- hetnetisbltstuck, tothe hot-
day on the matter, hnti ultstuktepoo graphs and X-rays indicate that A)t
Garrison had asked for a court came from a site;,above and slight-
order to enable the report to be ly to his right. This bullet frag-1
taken to New Orleans for evidence mented after entering the cran-
in Shaw's trial. ium, one major piece of it passing
He claims the report will show forward and laterally to produce
that Kennedy* was shot at least an explosive fracture of the right
once from the front.: The Warren side of the skull as it emerged!
Commission concluded the Presi- from the head," the report con -I
dent was shot from the rear by; tinued.I

Yesterday afternoon, one of the
book store owners, who also asked
not to be identified, said he be-,
lieved the SBS did not want to
pay the price for the service,'
which he said was approximately!
$500-600 per store yearly.
Hlowever, Shure said SBS is cur-r
rently forced to spend "a couple
thousand dollars per year" com-
piling their lists because he must
duplicate all the work of the other
five stores.
Shure said, however, that now
he is established, and his lists
"are the best ones in town."

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cars with no place to go. Lakes and rivers are a
common dumping ground for all kinds of debris.
This is the way the world is, but it's not the way
it has to be.
Air pollution can be controlled. Better transpor-
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almost unlimited supply of clean water.
People at General Electric are already working
on these problems. And on other problems that
need to be solved. Problems like developing more
efficient ways of providing power to our cities and
figuring out ways our production capabilities can
keep up with our population: needs,

But we need more people.
We need help from a lot of young engineers and
scientists; ,and we need help from business and
liberal arts graduates who understand people and
their problems.
If you want to help change the world, we'd like"
to talk to you. We'll be visiting campus soon. Why
not drop by the, placement office/and arrange for an
interview? You might bie able to turn' a problem
into an opportunity.
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