Sandy Larsen Posted July 24, 2020 Share Posted July 24, 2020 (edited) 4 hours ago, Aldin Lee said: 9 hours ago, Sandy Larsen said: James, I believe I understand Aldin's critique. It's pretty simple. First, recall that the Beauregard record shows LEE attending the spring semester of 1954 (of the 1953/54 school year), and the full school year of 1954/55. There is nothing unusual with that part of the record. The problem is with the fall semester of 1953. (Of the 1953/54 school year.) That is the semester that LEE was in NYC attending Public School 44. And yet we see an Oswald attending Beauregard that semester. Obviously that has to be HARVEY. Aldin points out that the P.S. 44 record shows that Oswald was discharged on 1/13/54, and the Beauregard record shows that he was (originally) admitted on that very same date. That would be the very first day of the spring 1954 semester. Aldin doesn't seem to realize that that is precisely what we believe occurred with LEE. And that it doesn't explain how LEE was attending the semester prior to that, which is what the Beauregard record shows. Of course, we explain it by saying it was HARVEY who was attending Beauregard that semester. I'm sorry to have to reply that, No, you don't at all understand the critique. The pupil's transcript shown for Beauregard in NO WAY indicates attendance of any kind before January, 13, 1954. Yes it does. Look at the yellow-highlighted row. That shows the grades for fall semester 1953. HARVEY got a score of 70 in General Science and a score of 70 in Physical Education. He took no other classes. The row below that is for the 1954 spring semester. And the row below that gives the averages of the two semesters' scores. Edited July 24, 2020 by Sandy Larsen Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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