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EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH
2535 Russell Street
Sunday Schoql-10 a.m.
MorniniWorship-11 a.m.
Thursday Bible Study and Prayer-
7:00 p.m.
Sunday Evening Service, 727 Miller,
Community Room-6:00 p.m.
For spiritual help or a ride to our
services please feel free to call Pastor
Leonard Sheldon, 761-0580.
Affiliated with G.A.R.B.C.
* * *
AMER ICAN BAPTIST CAMPUS
CN TER AT FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
512 E. huron St.-6639376
W. James Grant, Interim Minister
A. The dore Kachel, Campus Minister
v7 hp--10 a.m.
Woi~ Seminar "The Apocalypse"-
I1 a.n .
Sunday Evening Communion Service
-7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of
First Baptist Church.
Pat Kachel preaches cnis evening, the
first in a series of four sermons on the
Lord's Prayer, called -"The Burning
Zone."
A simple supper follows the service.
* * *
ST. MARY STUDENT CHAPEL
Ca tholic )
3'1 Thomnpson-663-0557
Weekend Masses:
Saturday-7:00 p.m.
Sunday-7:45 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:30
a.m., noon and 5:00 p.m.

UNIVERSITY REFORMED CHURCH
is sponsoring the Staley Lectures,
Sept. 22-24. The series "Christians and
Institutional Power" features speakers
Wes Michaelson, Managing Editor of
Sojourners magazine and former staff
member of Sen. Mark Hatfield; and
Richard Mouw, Professor of
Philosophy at Calvin College and
author of Political Evangelism and
Politics and the Biblical Drama.
Friday, Sept. 22, 8-10 p.m.
Pendleton Room, Second Floor,
Michigan Union
"Who's Got the Power?"
Saturday, Sept. 23, 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Pendleton Room
"What Are the Possibilites?"
Sunday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m.
University Reformed Church, 1001 E.
Huron (at Fletcher)
Wes Michaelson preaching
Campus Chapel, 1236 Washtenaw Ct.
Richard Mouw preaching
CAMPUS CHAPEL
(One Block North of S. University and
Forest)
1236 Washtenaw Ct.
Rev. Don Postema, Pastor
10 a.m.-Service of Holy Communion.
6 p.m.-Evening Worship.
ST. NICHOLAS GREEK
.ORTHODOX CHURCH
Greek Archdiocese of N. and S. America
414 N. Main St., Ann Arbor
Devine Liturgy every Sunday at
10:30 a.m.

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
120 S. State St.
(Corner of State and Huron)
Worship Schedule:
8:30 a.m.-Holy Communion in the
Chapel.
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.-Morning Wor-
ship in the Sanctuary.
Church School for All Ages-9:30
a.m. and 11 a.m.
Choir Rehearsal Thursday-7:15
p.m.
Ministers:
Dr. Donald B. Strobe
Rev. Fred B. Maitland
Dr. Gerald R. Parker
Education Director: Rose McLean
Intern: Carol Bennington
LORD OF LIGHT LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(The Campus Ministry of the ALC-LCA)
Gordon Ward, Pastor
801 S. Forest at Hill St.
Sunday Worship at 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Bible Study: Love and Jus-
tice-9:30 a.m.
Monday Night Bible Study on North
Campus-8:00 p.m.
ANN ARBOR UNITARIAN
FELLOWSHIP
STUART SUSNICK, Instructor of So-
cial Science at Washtenaw Community
College, will speak on "Classic Mayan
Culture" at the Ann Arbor Unitarian
Fellowship; at the Senior Citizens
Guild, 502 W. Huron, 10:30 Sunday
Morning, Sept. 17th.

WESLEY FOUNDATION
UNITED METHODIST
CAMPUS MINISTRY
602 E. Huron at State, 668-6881
Rev. W. Thomas Schomaker, Chaplain
Rev. Anne Boyles, Chaplain
Shirley Polakowski, Office Manager
Worship and shared meal, Sunday
-5:30 p.m.
Extensive programming for the
campus community.
* * *
FIRST CHURCH OF NAZARENE
2780 Packard
Pastor, Francis Rouse
11 a.m.-Morning Worship.
7 p.m.-Evening Worship.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
530 W. Stadium
(Across from Pioneer High)
Schedule of Services:-
Sunday-Bible School-9: 30 a.m.
Worship-10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday-Bible Study-7:30 p.m.
Koinonia
(A Bible Study for college students)
For information call 662-2756
Wilburn C. Hill and Larry Phillips,
Evangelists
Transportation: 662-9928
STUDENTS
Join us for Sunday School and Worship
PACKARD ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH
Packard & Stone School Road
Sunday School-9:45 a.m.
Worship-11:00 a.m.
For transportation-call 662-6253

WASHINGTON (AP) - Photograph
analysts testified yesterday that
scientific tests proved the authenticity
of three snapshots showing Lee Harvey
Oswald posing in his back yard with the
rifle that killed President John F.
Kennedy.
Calvin McCamy and Cecil Kirk told
the House assassinations committee
they found no evidence that the
snapshots were faked.
THE TESTIMONY supported the
Warren Commission's conclusions that
Oswald killed Kennedy and that he
acted alone. Critics have speculated
that the snapshots were faked by
someone trying to frame Oswald before

the assassination by linking huh'
the weapon.
The critics saw a disparity in
shadows cast by Oswald's nose an
his body, an apparent differe
between the stock of the rifle in
snapshot and the actual weapona
line across Oswald's chin in the ph
suggesting that the head;
superimposed on the pictures.
But McCamy, a physi
mathematician, said such specula
"has been based on observations
people least qualified to makl
observations."
HE SAID those who questioned
snapshots failed to employ scien
methods to analyze them.

Hill consolid
(Continued from Page 1)
the University's married and family
housing facilities, who asked the board
to consider reducing a 13 per cent rent
increase on their apartments which
went into effect in July. Married and
family housing is occupied primarily by
graduate students.
Members of a special housing
committee of the Rackham Student
Government disputed reasons for the
rent increase, which was approved by
the Regents in the spring. Particular
points of contention were maintenance
costs and debt payments on loans taken
out by the University to finance
construction of the housing.
Committee members also noted that

ation delaye
the vacancy rate in the units, mos
which are located on North Campu
3.7 per cent - considerably highet- t
the vacancy rate in non-Univer
housing in the city.
Mark Lewison, a graduate student
journalism, also noted that fain
housing residents must prove finan<
need before being permitted to m<
into the units. Therefore, he reason
they are even less likely to be ablg
afford a large, sudden rent increase.
The Regents requested a detai
report from the Housing Office for tb
October meeting, at which time t
will decide what action, if any, sho
be taken on the matter.

Saturday
7:00 2 FAMILY FEUD-Game
4 AGRONSKY AND COMPANY
-Public Affairs
7 STUDIO D-Interview
50 LAWRENCE WELK
20 LOHMAN AND BARKLEY
7:30 2 WILD, WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS
4 PROFILES-Discussion
7 PRICE IS RIGHT-Game /
8:00 2GOOD TIMES
4 CHIPs-Crime Drama
7 LOVE BOAT
9 BASEBALL
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Orioles in
Baltimore
20 CITY UPDATE-Discussion
50 MO0VIE-Drama
'Bengal Brigade"
56 MOVIE-Comedy
'"Kind Hearts and Coronets"
8:30 20 TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH
9:00 2 MOVIE-Crime Drama
"The Islander"
4 MOVIE-Adventure
PartI of "King Kong"
. 20 700 QBLUB-Religion
10:00 7 FANT-ASY ISLAND
50 UNTOUCHABLES
56 MOVIE-Drama
"Darling"
10:30 9 PIG 'N' WHISTLE
20 LESSON-Religion
11:00 247 NEWS
9 CBC NEWS-George McLean
20 TAKING IT TO THE STREETS
s0 P"LASH GORDON-Adventure
1I:1 7 A&W NEWS-Chase/Jarriel
9 NEWS
1I1:30 2 MOVIE-Adventure
'Assault on a Queen".
tA'TIUR)A Y NIGHT LIVE
7 MiV IE-Comedy
Ihe r(;eat Race"
20 COLIEGE FOOTBAI L
30 OVI E-Thriller
"Tomb of the Living Dead"
! :W3 o MOVIE-Comedy
"Navy Blues"
12:20 36 MOVIE-Comedy-Drama
".Jules and Jim"
1:00 4 TWI"GY'S JUKEBOX-Music
I.30 2 MOVIE-Crime Drama
"The Green Glove"
4 NEWS
20 CITY UPDATE-Discussion
2:15 56 MOVIE-Drama
"Two Women
2:30 7 SOUNDINGS-Discussion
:1:00 2 NEWS
4:10 56 MOVIE-Drama
"The Seventh Seal"
Sunday
7.00 1 NFL TODAY
4 WORLD OF DISNEY
''Dumnbo"
7 MOVIE-Drama
'Lassie"
9 BEACIhCOMBERS
20 JERRY FALWELL-Religion
50 SPACE: 1999-Science Fiction
7::30 260 MINUTES
8:00 7 BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
9 RY AN'S FANCY-Music
20 700 CLUB-Religion
36 EVENING AT POPS
50 MOVIE-Drama
"The Two Mrs. Carrolls"
8:30 1 EMMY AWARDS
9 REACH FOR THE TOP-Quiz
9:00 4 MOVIE-Adventure
"King Kong"
9 MOVIE-Comedy
"The Wackiest Ship in the Army"
56 MAYOR OF CASTER BRIDGE
-Dra ma
9:30 20 AMAZING GRACE BIBLE CLASS
10-00 20 SENIOR JOURNAL
50 MOVIE-Comedy
"The Old Fashioned Way"
56 WOMEN'S GOLF
10:30 20 JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion
11:00 247 NEWS
9 CBC NEWS-George McLean
57 MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING
CIRCUS
11:15 9 NEWS
11:30 '2IRONSIDE-Crime Drama
4 MOVIE--Comedy
"The Odd Couple"
7 ABC NEWS-Chase/Jarriel
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,Mon day
7:00 2 NEWLYWED GAME
4 BOWLING FOR DOLLARS-Game
7 ABC NEWS
9 ODD COUPLE-Comedy
20 GREEN ACRES-Comedy
56 MacNEIL/LEHRER REPORT
50 SANFORD AND SON-Comedy
7:25 4 MICHIGAN STATE DAILY
LOTTERY
7:30 2 PM MAGAZINE-Kapp/Sanders
4 J.P. AND THE LIONS
-Sportsmagazine
7 $100,000 NAME THAT TUNE -Game
9 MARY TYLER MOORE-Comedy
20 PETTICOAT JUNCTION-Comedy
50 BOB NEWHART
56 FORGIVE US OUR DEBITS
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4 LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE
7 WELCOME BACK, KOTTER
9 AGRISCOPE t
20 ROOM 222-Comedy-Drama
50 MOVIE-Adventure
"The Kentuckian"
56 PRO SOCCER
8:30 2 PEOPLE-Phyllis George
7OEERATION PETTICOAT
- SRENE SIMARD-Variety
20 CMU FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS
9:00 2 M*A*S*H
4 MOVIE-Drama
"Audrey Rose"
7 NFL FOOTBALL
9 SUPERSPECIAL
20 700 CLUB-Religion
56 OPERA THEATER
9:30 2 ONE DAY AT A TIME

11:45 4 JOHNNY CARSON
9 CANADA AFTER DARK
12:00 2 ROCKFORD FILES-Crime Drama
7 NEWS
50 NIGHT GALLERY
56 SCREENING ROOM
12:30 7 MOVIE-Drama
"The Hook"
12:45 9 LORD PETER WHIMSEY
1:00 4 MOVIE-Drama
"Portrait In Black"
1:10 2 MOVIE-Comedy
"Coffee, Tea or Me?"
1:15 50 TOMORROW-Tom Snyder
2:30 7 NEWS
2:50 2 NEWS
Tuesday
7:00 2 NEWLYWED GAME
4 BOWLING FOR DOLLARS-Game
7 ABC NEWS
9 ODD COUPLE-Comedy
20 GREEN ACRES-Comedy
50 SANFORD AND SON-Comedy
56 MacNEIL/LEHRER REPORT
7:25 4 MICHIGAN STATE DAILY
LOTTERY
7:30 2 PM MAGAZINE-Kapp/Sanders
4 WILD KINGDOM
7 SHA NA NA-Variety
9 MARY TYLER MOORE-Comedy
20 PETTICOAT JUNCTION-Comedy
50 BOB NEWHART-Comedy
8:00 2 PAPER CHASE-Drama
4 GRANDPA GOES TO
WASHINGTON-Comedy-Drama
7 HAPPY DAYS
9 who's NEW
20 ROOM 222
50 MOVIE-Drama
"The Hunters"'
56 JAMES MICHENER'S WORLD
8:30 7 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY
3 SECRET ARMY-Drama
20 TWILIGHT ZONE-Drama
9:00 2 MOVIE-Western
"The Shootiat"
4 MOVIE-Drama
Part I of "Airport '77"
7 THREE'S COMPANY
20 700 CLUB-Religion
56 PRISONER-Drama
9:30 7 TAXI-Comedy
9 FIFTH ESTATE
9:55 50ONEWS
10:00 7STARSKY & HUTCH-Crime
Drama
50 BILLBOARD'S DISCO PARTY
56 IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF
TRAP-Music
10:30 9 BEYOND REASON
20 PRACTICAL CHRISTIAN LIVING
11:00 247 NEWS
9 CBC NEWS-Peter Kent
20 MOVIE-Western
"Guns of Nevada"
50 HONEYMOONERS-Comedy
56 DICK CAVETT
11:25 9NEWS
11:30 2 FERNWOOD 2 NIGHT
4 JOHNNY CARSON
7 MOVIE-Drama
"Winning"
50 MOVIE-Comedy
"Claudia"
56 ABC NEWS
11:45 9 CANADA AFTER DARK-Variety
12:00 2 BARNABY JONES-Crime Drama
12:45 9 SOFTLY, SOFTLY TASK FORCE
1:00 4 MOVIE-Thriller
"The Dead Don't Die"
50 TOMORROW-Tom Snyder
1:10 2 MOVIE-Drama
"Foster and Laurie"
1:45 7 NEWS
3:00 2 NEWS
Wednesday
7:00 2 NEWLYWED GAME
4 BOWLING FOR DOLLARS-Game
7 ABC NEWS
9 ODD COUPLE-Comedy
20 GREEN ACRES-Comedy
50 SANFORD AND SON-Comedy
56 MacNEIL/LEHRER REPORT

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8:30 2IN THE BEINNING-Comedy
20 TWILIGHT ZONE-Drama
56 LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER
9:00 2 MOVIE-Drama
"Are You in the House Alone?"
4 MOVIE-Drama
"Airport '77" conclusion
7 CHARLIE'S ANGELS-Crime
Drama
, 9:55 50 NEWS
10:00 7 VEGAS-Crime Drama
50 BILLBOARD'S DISCO PARTY
10:30 20 HI DOUG-Religion
56 ECHOES OF SILVER-Profile
11:00 247NEWS
9 CBC NEWS-Peter Kent
20 MOVIEADrama
"Trap for Seven Spies"
50 HONEYMOONERS-Comedy
56 DICK CAVETT

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neck shirts in assorted
colors.
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8:00. 2WALTONS
4 PROJECT U.F.O.
7 MORK AND MINDY-Comedy
9 ON THE RECORD
20 ROOM 222-Comedy-Drama
50 MOVIE-Mystery
"Calling Northside 777"
56 GREAT PERFORMANCES
-Music
8:30 7 WHAT'S HAPPENING!!
20 TWILIGHT ZONE-Drama
9:00 4 QUINCY-Crime Drama
7 BARNEY MILLER
9 DENNY'S SHO-Variety
20N700 CLUB-Religion
56 IN PERFORMANCE AT
WOLF TRAP-Ballet
9:30 7 SOAP
9 PIGI'N'WHISTLE
10:00 2 BARNABY JONES-Crime Drama
4 W.E.B.-Drama
7 FAMILY
9 GREAT DEBATE
56 SECOND CITY T.V.-Comedy
10:25 50 NEWS
10:30 20 MANNA-Religion
50 HOLLYWOOD AND THE STARS
-Documentary
56 MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING
CIRCUS
11:00 247NEWS
9 CBC NEWS-Peter Kent
20 MOVIE-Comedy
"Rebels on the Loose"
50 HONEYMOONERS-Comedy
56 DICK CAVETT
11:25 9 NEWS
11:30 2 FERNWOOD 2 NIGHT
4 JOHNNY CARSON
7 STARSKY & HUTCH-Crime Drama.
50 MOVIE-Drama
"Castle on the Hudson"
56 ABC NEWS
11:45 9 CANADA AFTER DARK-Vareity
12:00 2 M*A*S*H
12:35 2 McCLOUD-Crime Drama
12:40 7 S.W.A.T.-Crime Drama
12:45 9 PROFESSIONALS
1:00 4 MOVIE-Drama
"My Father's House"
50 TOMORROW-Tom Snyder
1:50 7 NEWS
2:15 2MOVIE-Drama
"Act of Love"
4:15 2 NEWS
Friday
7:00 2 NEWYLWED GAME
4 BOWLING FOR DOLLARS-Game'
7 ABC NEWS
9 ODD COUPLE-Comedy
20 GREEN ACRES-Comedy
50 SANFORD AND SON-Comedy
56 MacNEIL/LEHRER REPORT
7:25 4 MICHIGAN STATE DAILY
LOTTERY
7:30 2 PM MAGAZINE-Kapp/Sanders
4 MUPPET SHOW-Variety
7 GONG SHOW-Game
8 MARY TYLER MOORE-Comedy
20 PETTICOAT JUNCTION-Comedy
50 BOB NEWHART-Comedy
56 CHILD ABUSE: A TIME
TO SPEAK
8:00 2 WONDER WOMAN
4 WAVERLY WONDERS
7 DONNY & MARIE
9 LAST OF THE WILD
20 ROOM 222-Comedy-Drama
50 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
56 WASHINGTON WEEK IN
REVIEW
8:30 4 WHO'S WATCHING THE
KIDS?-Comedy
9 FRONT PAGE CHALLENGE
20 TWILIGHT ZONE-Drama
56 WALL STREET WEEK
9:00 2 INCREDIBLE HULK
4 ROCKFORD FILES
7 MOVIE-Comedy
'The Bad News Bears
9 TOMMY HUNTER COUNTRY
20 700 CLUB-Religion
50 WORLD AT WAR-Documentary
56OFF THE RECORD-Discussion
9:30 56 LOWELL THOMAS REMEMBERS.
9:55 50 NEWS
10:00 4 EDDIE CAPRA MYSTERIES
9 TWO'S A CROWD-Comedy
50 BEST OF GROUCHO-Game
56 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
10:30 9GEORGE AND MILDRED
20 HOLIDAY AT MELODYLAND
50 HOLLYWOOD AND THE STARS
-Documentary
11:00 247NEWS
9CBCNEWS-Peter Kent
20 MOVIE-Thriller
"The Hunchback of Soho"
50 HONEYMOONERS-Comedy
11:25 9 NEWS
11:30 2 FERNWOOD 2 NIGHT
4 JOHNNY CARSON
7 BARETTA-Crime Drama

11:25 9 NEWS
11:30 2 FERNWOOD 2 NIGHT
4 JOHNNY CARSON
7 POLICE WOMAN-Crime Drama
50 MOVIE-Adventure
"At Sword's Point"
11:45 9 CANADA AFTER DARK-Variety
12:00 2 HAWAII FIVE-O-Crime Drama
56 SCREENING ROOM
12:40 7 S.W.A.T.-Crime Drama
12:45 9 SHADES OF GREENE-Drama
1:00 4 MOVIE-Thriller
"Twilight People"
50 TOMORROW-Tom Snyder
1:10 2 KOJAK-Crime Drama
1:50 7 NEWS
2:20 2 ROOKIES-Crime Drama
2:50 2 NEWS

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