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June 21, 1966 - Image 6

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?"AGE SIX.

THEMICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 21,1966

PAGE SIX TINE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1966

how do you know you're
getting the truth out of
Viet Nam?
Would you believe a
Pulitzer Prize winner?
mould you believe three?

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1964 MALCOLM BROWNE-THE AP

1965 HORST FAAS--THE AP

In a war as complex, scattered and confused
as the current military and political struggle
in Viet Nam, it's difficult to separate hard
facts from wishful thinking--or reality from
well- intentioned propaganda. How do you
know you're getting the truth fully and fac-
tually? Because this newspaper, as a member

of The Associated Press, is getting the news
from a remarkable AP team of reporters and
photographers in Viet Nam. For three con-
secutive years, a member of this team has
been singled out for the highest honor in
journalism: The Pulitzer Prize. In 1964, it
went to AP special-assignment writer, Mal-

colm Browne. In 1965, Horst Faas won. And
this year, war correspondent Peter Arnett
carried off the prize. All three have been part
of a large contingent of courageous and skill-
ful AP men covering the war daily from every
angle. As fast as they tell us what's happen-
ing, we tell you. And you can believe it.

Everything that's going on, goes into our newspaper. That's why you get so much out of it.

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