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Anderson says he
may drop out of race

congressman from Illinois who dropped
out of the GOP race April 24 to run as an
independent, praised: Kennedy as a
man for whom he has "high regard."'
The meeting was held at the in-
vitation of Kennedy, who is lobbying
hard for a convention rule that would
free delegates to vote for any candidate
they wished on the first ballot, thus
threatening Carter's chances of win-
ning renomination.
CARTER IS GOING into the Aug. 11-
14 convention in New York City with
more than enough delegate votes to win
automatic renomination, if there is a
rule binding pledged delegates to sup-
port him on the first ballot.
Kennedy said he told Anderson that
should the senator win the nomination,
he would agree to a three-way debate
among Reagan, Anderson and himself.
The president had at one point
refused to consider a debate with An-
derson, and later said he would debate
any candidate with a theoretical chance
of winning, but only after a one-on-one
debate with Reagan.

he win the nomination, he would order
an end to legal efforts by the
Democratic National Committee to
keep Anderson off the ballot.
Kennedy had said previously that he
believes the chances of an Anderson
withdrawal are greater if he wins the
Democratic nomination than if Carter
wins renomination.
In addition, Kennedy has said Carter
could wind up running third in the fall
election behind Ronald Reagan and
ANDERSON SAID HE will be wat-
ching events at the Democratic conven-
tion with "great interest."
He has said previously that if Carter
is nominated, he will seek supporters
and perhaps a vice presidential running
mate from among former Kennedy
During their meeting, Kennedy and
Anderson said, there was no discussion
of Kennedy supporting Anderson after
the convention, nor any pledge by An-
derson to pull out as an independent if
Kennedy became the Democratic

President releases seven
confidential Libyan cables
I"in"wd from Page 1 itself." Lisker declined to elaborate.
of the president or others in the White ON CAPITOL Hill, the Senate sub-
House." I committee announced its schedule for
In Americus, Ga., meantime, Billy next week, saying the first two sessions
Carter vehemently denied having are intended to be educational and to
received copies of State Department set the stage for hearings after the
cables dealing with Libya. Asked about Democratic National Convention in
a series of allegations made Wednesday which Billy Carter's activities with the
by Joel Lisker, a Justice Department Libyans will be thoroughly explored.
official, Billy said, ."Lisker is full of Staff lawyers said they.intend to call
shit." Lisker heads the department's all of the principal witnesses in the Billy
foreign agents registration section. Carter affair during August and to'
The Justice Department official said, decide at the end of the month whether
"The record of the interview speaks for additional testimony is needed.
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Check that ReadyTeller
Phoney money isn't supposed to pop out of those automatic bank tellet
machines, but a Crocker National Bank patron in San Leandro, California
says one machine gave her a bogus $20 bill. Betty Lattie, a spokeswoman for
Crocker, said Wednesday the bank is investigating the bill, a $1 bill with $20
markers pasted on the corners. Cathy Curtis, 29, said she ordered $30 in cash
from a branch machine Tuesday, using her instant cash card. Out popped
$10 and the bogus $20, she said. "It's the first time this has happened to my
knowledge," Lattie said. The automatic machines have been in operation for
three years. Bank employees are supposed to check money before it is
placed in the machines, Lattie said.
More money in the news
Nine-year-old Mike Eng of Tulsa, Oklahoma had been carrying the
billfold for two years, never dreaming $400 was folded into a secret compar-
tment. The boy's aunt gave him the billfold after his uncle, Bixby funerals
home owner Jim Nease, died. The hidden treasure came to light this week
with the unwitting help of Mike's friend, Ted Harris, who ventured a trade
between the money in Mike's wallet and the money in his own. Mike declined
the gamble, since he knew his wallet contained a wealth of $4. Ted examined
the tattered purse to see whether the leather was real and pulled four $100
bills out of the secret compartment. "I don't know what to do with it," Mike
said. "I've never been rich before." Just -don't put the money in an
automatic bank teller machineMike.
On the outside
Skies should be mostly sunny today, with a high temperature reaching
the mid-M0s. I,
AAFC-Woyzeck, 7,10:20 p.m., Signs of Life, 8:40 p.m., MLB 3.
Cinema Il-Reflections in a Golden Eye, 7:30 p.m., Cat on a Hot Tin
Roof, 9:30 p.m., Angell Aud. A.
Cinema Guild-Romeo and Juliet, 7:30, 10 p.m., Old Arch. Aud.
Ann Arbor Public Library-Things to Come, 7:30 p.m., 343 S. Fifth Ave.
Michigan Repertory '80-The Galliard Brass Quintet, 7:15 p.m., Power
Center Lawn.
Michigan Repertory '80-"Of Thee I Sing," 81p.m., Power Center.
William Clements Library-Exhibit, "Gadgets, Gizmos, Gewgaws: 19th
Century American Ingenuity," Clements Library.
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Volume XC, No. 51-S
Friday, August 1, 1980
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