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The Michigan bally-Tuesday, December 2, 1980-Page

FBI di sputes
Huse panel
f indings in
WFK shooting

WASHINGTON (AP)-The FBI said yesterday that the
House Assassinations Committee was misled by its experts
into believing that two gunmen took part in the killing of John
Kennedy.
The committee's experts "did not scientifically prove that
a gunshot was fired by a second gunman from the grassy
knoll area of Dealey Plaza during the assassination of
President Kennedy on Nov. 22,1963," the FBI said.
"Therefore, the House Select Committee on
Assassinations' finding that 'scientific acoustical evidence
establishes a high probability that two gunmen fired at
President John Kennedy' is invalid."
BASED ON ACOUSTICAL tests in 1978, the committee said
it was probable that four shots were fired at the president's

motorcade. As only three could have been fired by Lee Har-
vey Oswald, a conspiracy was highly probable, the House
committee concluded.
When it published its conclusions, the committee asked the
FBI to study the tests by Bolt Beranek and Newman, Inc.,
Mark Weiss, and Ernest Ashkenasy.
Kennedy was killed while riding in an open car past the
Texas School Book Depository in Dallas' Dealey Plaza. The
Warren Commission determined he was killed by shots fired
only by Oswald, who was killed two days later.
The House committee report in 1979 was the first official
study of the assassination to dispute the conclusion of the
Warren Commission that Oswald acted alone. The FBI has
consistently maintained it found no evidence of a conspiracy.

.± HIGHEST TURNOUT EVER:

Porter wins mLSG race

New Census boundaries
City council last night approved a
resolution that redraws several
neighborhood boundaries to assist
the U.S. Census Bureau in reporting
1980 statistics. City planning Direc-
tor Martin Overhiser explained that
this will allow the city to receive
census data on a neighborhood,
block-by-block, and city-wide basis.
Overhiser said the data would
provide local officials with basic
demographic, social, and economic
data on neighborhoods. Coun-
cilwoman Leslie Morris (D-Second.

Ward) amended the resolution to
separate private residences from
the central campus area.
Audit resolution tabled
In other business, Council tabled a
resolution that would call for con-
tinuation of the model city's legal
services contract under the con-
dition that the agency agree to
future audits of program income.
The resolution requires further
definition of the contract term
"program income" in line with a
recent federal recommendation on
the local audit dispute.

Thieves steal stereos
Stereo equipment appeared to be
the hottest item for campus area
thieves during the Thanksgiving
break, police said yesterday.
One of several stereo burglaries
occured at West Quad, where
housing security officials said
speakers were stolen from a room at
approximately 11:30 Thursday
night. Officers initially thought the
receiver was stolen as well, but the
residentsaid he had moved it to a
friend's room before leaving town.
Burglars also took stereos and
other merchandise including
typewriters, rifles, shotguns,
microwave ovens, and television
sets from residences on Washtenaw
Court, Vintage Valley, and East
Ann, Fuller, and Geddes Streets.

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the suit as a test case" to determine
what the powers of the LSA-SG election
director are to prevent and punish elec-
tion code violations.
ADAMS SAID he dropped the suit
when he decided "it would do us more
harmthangood."
Adams said that SABRE would not
challenge the election results when they
are presented before the LSA judiciary
this week.
LSA-SG election rules allow the LSA
judiciary to validate the results of LSA
elections if they do so within 10 days af-
ter the election.
Joe Daniels, the LSA election direc-
tor, said he expects "no problem" in ob-
taining validation of the election from
the judiciary before Friday.
Two ballot proposals - one .which
asked whether a van escort service

should be begun for students and Mark Canvasser (SAID)
another which proposed ending Jamie Moeller (SAID)
preferential balloting for LSA presiden- Emerson "Mouse" Baty (SAID)
tial and vice-presidential candidates - Will Hathaway (SAID)
were passed. Tony Jones (SAID)
Mark Bonine (ind.)
LSA student government Sue Robinson (SABRE)
election winners Kenneth Gross (SABRE)
Barbara Cary (SABRE)
President, Percent Patricia Brooks (SABRE)
vice president of vote Chris Plate (ind.)
Sue Porter, Margaret Talmers Paul Avery (SABRE)
(SAID) 64.4 Paula Biskup (SABRE)
Tim Lee, Ida Panella (SABRE) 28.6 Eric Meadow (SABRE)
Executive Council members
Roberta Pearlman (SAID) 53.2

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THE PROJECT COMMUNITY
Income Tax Assistance Program
is having a mass meeting for people interested in volunteering for 'the
program. Volunteers will be trained to fill out 1040-1040-A & State Tax
forms.
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e Make Professional Contacts
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MASS MEETING THURSDAY, DEC. 4'
Anderson Rooms C & D
First Floor of the Michigan Union.
For further info. contact the Project Community Office, 2204 Michigan
Union,763-3348.
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-HAPPENINGS-
FILMS
AAFC-Smile, 7 p.m., The Candidate, 9 p.m., Angell Aud. A.
Cinema Guild-The Seventh Seal, 7, 9:05 p.m., Lorch Hall Aud.
MCTF-At The Circus, 3, 4:30,6, 7:30 p.m., Michigan Theatre.
SPEAKERS
Romance Lang.-Leo Bernucci, "Fernandez de Lizardi y la pictaresca,
noon, MLB 4th floor Commons.
Atm. and Oceanic Science-S: K. Atreya, "Voyager Looks at Saturn," 3:30
p.m.; Cooley Aud..
Chemistry-Richard Van Buyne, "Surface-enhanced Ramam Spec-
troscopy," 4 p.m., 1300 Chem.
Education-Roger Hart, "Methodological Odyssey in Work with
Children," 4 p.m., 1309 SEB Whitney Aud.
Geology-Joseph Kirschvink, "Biogenic Magnetite and Geological
Materials for Paleo-Magnetic Purposes," 4 p.m., 4001 CCL.
Theater and Drama-Peter Ferrean, "Pandering for Romeo and Juliet,"
4:10 p.m., 200 Lane Hall.
N. Eastern Studies-Thorkild Jacobsen, "Enjerkar and the Lord of
Aratha," 4 p.m.~, Rackham Amph.
Collegiate Inshtitute for Values and Science-Richard Sands, "Liberte,
Egailite, Fraternite et Vous," 4p.m., MLB Aud.;4.
Transcendental Meditation Program-Introductory Lecture, 8 p.m.,
Multipurpose Room, Undergraduate Library.
Ann Arbor Art Association-Barbara Leibler, "The Woven Art of
England," 7:30p.m., 117 West Liberty.
PERFORMANCES
Hillel-Israeli Chassidic Song Festival, 7:30 p.m., Rackham Aud.
School of Music-Student String Quartet Recital, 5p.m., Stearns.
School of Music - Percussion Ensemble, Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
MEETINGS
Botticelli Game Players-meeting, noon, Dominick's.
Biological Research Review Comm.-meeting, 4 p.m., 3087 SPH I.
His House Christian Fellowship-meeting, 7:30 p.m., League Rooms D
and E.
MSA-meeting, 7:30 p.m., 3909 Union.
Science Research Club-meeting, 7:30 p.m., Chrysler Ctr.
MISCELLANEOUS
Int. Folk Dance Club-Teaching beginning folk dance, 7 p.m., Bell Pool
Mezz.
UAC-Workshop, Impact Dance, 7 p.m., Union Ballroom.
Women's Basketball-vs. Windsor, 7 p.m., Crisler Arena.
Meekreh-Community candlelighting, 6 p.m., Markley North Pit, Lloyd
Caf., MoJo caf. Back Annex.
School of Art-Opening reception, Guy Pallazzola exhibition, 7 p.m.,
Slusser Gallery.
Museum of Art-Exhibition, "From the Winston-Malbin Collection:
Various media and formats," 9 a.m.-5 p.m., S. State and S. University.
School of Metaphysics-class in applied metaphysics, 7:30 p.m., 219 N.
Main.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in care of:
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI. 48109.

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