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GOPs urge
ousting Kelly
Sr caucus

WASHINGTON (AP) - House Republican leaders
recommended yesterday that Rep. Richard Kelly,
the only Republican implicated in the FBI bribery
investigation, be expelled from the House Republican
Conference and denied up to $6,000 in GOP campaign
A meeting of the House GOP Conference composed
of all House Republican members was called for
today to act on the recommendation.
HOUSE REPUBLICAN Leader John Rhodes said
the leaders recommended separately that Kelly be
denied up to $6,000 in re-election campaign funds
from the House Republican Congressional
Rhodes said the leaders made the
recommendations because "Congressman Kelly has
admitted in public that he received funds" during the
FBI investigation.

Kelly has said he accepted $25,000 from FBI agents
posing as representatives of an Arab sheik but only
for his' own investigation of what he thought were
crooks and bribers.L
"IT WAS OUR feeling that the admission that he
received funds was serious enough to cast serious
doubt whether the congressman in fact should
continue to serve as a member of the Republican
Conference," Rhodes said.
He said the Republicans decided they could not go
further and recommend action against Kelly by the
full House because he has not officially been accused
of any wrongdoing.
Kelly would also remain a Republican House
member and campaign for re-election as one, Rhodes
said, but would no longer be a member of the
conference that sets GOP policy in the House.

EARLIER YESTERDAY, the House Judiciary
Committee unanimously rejected a move to demand
all the FBI's Abscam evidence so the House can
immediately expel any members it finds guilty of
accepting bribes.
Committee members took turns declaring the
resolution by Rep. Peter Peyser, (D-N.Y.), would
jeopardize the FBI's criminal investigation.
The evidence reportedly includes secret videotapes
of some congressmen meeting with FBI undercover.
agents who posed as associates of a rich Arab sheik
seeking help on immigration and business problems
for a price.
Chairman Peter Rodino Jr., (D-N.J.), said the 27-0
vote to report the resolution to the House unfavorably
would not prevent it from being voted on by the full
House next week - possibly with a different

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AP Photo
ALTHOUGH NONE QF the Republcan presidential candidates have quite John Connally, John Anderson, Howard Baker, Robert Dole, Ronald
the grin of Jimmy Carter, they smile and say cheese before debating in New Reagan, and George Bush.
Hampshire. From left to right, the Oval Office hopefuls are: Philip Crane,


GOP presidential candidates
attack Carter defense policy


School of Public Health-Noontime Film Fest, We Can Grow, 12:10 p.m.,
School of Public Health II Aud.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op-If, 7 p.m., O Lucky Man, 9 p.m., Michigan
Housing Division-Joe Louis Story, 8 p.m., Bursley Minority Lounge.
Spartacus Youth League-Anti-Klan Rally in Detroit (videotape).
,8 p.m., Baits-Coman Lounge.
Michigan Economics Society-meeting, 5 p.m., 301 Econ.
Gay Advocates-Human Sexuality Program, meeting to protest
"Cruising," 7:30 p.m., G-512 Michigan Union.
National Press Club-U.S. Attorney General Benjamin Civaletti discusses
open trials,-information leaks, and recent FBI 'sting' undercover operations,
10 a.m., WUOM.
Program for Human Resource Development-State Sen. Gary Corbin, "A
Legislative Perspective on Youth, Unemployment in the 1980s,", 4 p.m.,
Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union.
Chemistry Department-Stuart Gentry, "Electronic Energy Transport in
Ruby", 4 p.m., 1200 Chemistry.
English Composition Board-Emily Golson, "Taking an Essay Exam", 4
p.m., 2003 Angell Hall.
Hispanic-American Student Services-Steven Arvizu, California State
University, "Constructive Marginality: Psycho-Cultural Adaptation Among
Chicanos," 4 p.m., Schorling Auditorium, School of Education.
Chemistry Department-Burnaby Munson, University of Delaware,
"Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry; Physical and Analytical
Chemistry of Ion Molecule Reactions", 8 p.m., 1300 Chemistry.
Ann Arbor Libertarian League-Betty Irwin, "Integration of Psychology
and Politics in the Individual", 7 p.rh., Conference Rooh 4, Michigan Union.
St. Mary's Student Chapel-Concerts at noon, Tina Makara, harpsichord,
12:10 p.m., Lower Chapel.
Miles Modern Poetry Committee-Reading by Grace Paley, 7 p.m., Room
100, General Lectures Auditorium, Wayne State University.
Guild House-Poetry Series, Kim Leith, Martha Merrill, Wendy Frisch,
7:30 p.m., 802 Monroe.
Soundstage Coffee House-Dave Jacobson, Chris Hertzog, Bob Benson,
Mary Roth, Ken Morgan, Don Klos, 8 p.m., University Club, Michigan
Union. G
PTP Guest Artist Series-Eden, 8 pm., Power Center.
Residential College Players-Exit the King , . . Quad Aud.
Canterbury Loft Waiting for Godot, 8 p.m., 332 8. State. m
University Musical Society-Aldo Ciccolini, Pianist, 8:30 p.m., Rackhan
Ark-Martha Burns, 9 p.m., 1421 Hill.
Second Chance-John Mayall with Luther Allison, 9 p.m., 516 E. Liberty.
College of Engineering-SCM Corp., 8:30-11:30, 1-4, 7-9 p.m., 270 West
Engineering: Application of Surface Chemistry to Environmentally Related
Engineering Probleins, Gerard Canevari, Exxon Research and
Engineering, 11 a.m., 2084 E. Engineering.
Nicaragua Solidarity Committee-Booksale, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; Fishbowl.
Hillel-Israel Aliyah Shaliach Reuven Leibovich, 11 a.m., 1429 Hill.
Michigan Economics Society-Panel discussion on Regulation, 3:30 p.m.,
Rackham Amphitheatre.
League-International Night, cuisine from Cuba and the Caribbean, 5
p.m., League.

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Recently you told a story to imply that
Polish people and Italian people are
either fools or gangsters. When are you
going to apologize?"
around telling ethnic jokes. I was stif-
fed. I was the victim of something that
was done."
On the issues, none of the candidates
except Anderson agreed that President
Carter has not been tough enough with
the Soviet Union in response to the
recent invasion of Afghanistan.
Connally suggested the United States

- "impressed the Russians" by
"restoring the support for military
capabilities in this country." Baker
said the Soviets think "that Uncle Sam
is a patsy." Reagan said the president
has "destroyed our credibility" by not
responding with firm measures like a
U.S. blockade of Cuba.
ANDERSON, ALWAYS the odd man
out in the Republican party, managed
to disagree that the Soviet Union would
be impressed by a show of military

Expedition finds clues
to whale ancestry

Fossil whale specimens - found in
Pakistan by an expedition led by a
University paleontologist - may
provide clues to the ancestry of the
huge mammals.
"We found a fossil locality which in-
cludes some remains of the earliest
whales," said Philip Gingerich, an
associate professor of geology. "The
best part we found was the back part of
a skull. We also found about 20
specimens of teeth." Some of the
fossils, found a year ago last Septem-
ber, are estimated to be 45 to 50 million
years old.
Additional clues could come from an
ancient land animal's skull found two
years ago in Wyoming. Gingerich said
"Dissacus,'' now extinct, lived in North
America, Asia, and Europe.
"It lived during the Paleocene age,

and during the early Eocene, just at the
right age to be ancestral to these
earliest whales," he added. "People
have proposed because of similarities
in dentition that "Dissacus" is probably
ancestral to whales."
GIngerich, several geology graduate
students, and a group of scientists from
Pakistan and France conducted field
work in Pakistan where the whale
fossils were found during. the autumn
months of 1975, 1977, 1978, and.1979. The
project is a cooperative effort between
the University and the Geological Sur-
vey of Pakistan, Gingerich said.
The fossil specimens are now being
cleaned, a lengthy and difficult process,
according to Gingerich.
"We've cleaned everything we
brought back a year ago," he said.
"The problem is that everything is in
solid rock."


rending from their works
Thurs., Feb. 21-7:30 p.m.
Refreshments-Admission Free
GUILD HOUSE -802 Monroe

Reverend Jack Hammon
First Unitarian Church
Ann Arbor:
"What are Cults?"
Fri., Feb. 22
GUILD HOUSE - 802 Monroe



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