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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I uesday, October 9, 1913

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Justice
will den
By The Associated Press
The Justice Department s a
yesterday top officials would tes
fy under oath that the departme
had not conducted a campaign
discredit Vice President S p i r
Agnew by leaking informati
about the investigation of the vi
president to newsmen.
The department said It w o u
not contest attempts by Agnew
attorneys-to subpoena departm
officials to give sworn depositio

Dept. says top officials
iy anti-Agnew campaign

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to
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ld
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about Agnew's allegations.
IN A 17-PAGE brief, department
attorneys objected to subpoenas is-
sued by Agnew's lawyers to news-
men who have written stories bas-
ed on confidential information. The
department called those subpoenas
"fishing expeditions" and s a i d
they would not be condoned.
The department said the charges
of news leaks were "legally irrele-
vant" and provided no basis for

halting the investigation as Agnew leaks in the continuing grand jury
has demanded. investigation of the Vice Presi-
Trdent are:

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Mvieanwhie, attorneys represent-
ing reporters and news organiza-
tions subpoened by Agnew's law-
yer's filed a motion in Baltimore's
U.S. District Court asking for more

Richard Cohen of the Washington!
Post; Nicholas Gage of the New
York Times; Fred Graham of CBS
News; Stephen Lesher of News-

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time to reply. week Magazine; Ronald Nessen of
NBC News; Ronald Sarro and Sam-
THE MOTION specifically asks uel Walters of the Washington Star-
Judge Walter Hoffman to delay News; William Sherman of t h e
until Oct. 18 the deadline for re- New York Daily News; and Sandy
sponding to the subpoenas. Smith of Time Magazine.
The newsmen were originally giv- The motion was also filed on be-
en until Thursday to reply. Copies half of the publications of Time-
of the motion were not immediate- Life, Inc., the Post Newsweek. Inc.
ly available.
The Washington, D.C., firm of CHIEF CLERK Paul Schlitz ar,
Arnold & Porter, which filed t h e rived in the federal courthouse to
motion asked for a hearing today receive the motions even though
either in Norfolk, Va., or in Balti-
more. the court closed for the Golumbus
THE MOTION was filed on be- Day holiday.
half of nine reporters and two news Three New York firms, four in
organizations. The reporters sub- Washington and two in Baltimore
poenaed last week in an effort to are representing the reporters and
hunt down the source of n e w s news organizations.

UNIVERSITY PLAYERS Presents
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW'S
Ein Van
October 10-13, 8:00 P.M., Power Center
Ticket Office in Michigan League
Information:764-6300
HOWARD HAWKS'
BALL OF FIRE
A group of professors decide to study American
slang by living with a burlesque dame. The assign-
ment goes to Gary Cooper who does his best to un-
derstand Barbara Stanwyck. Screenplay by Billy
Wilder and Charles Brackett.
WED.-Jean Delannay's SYMPHONIE PASTORALE
ARCHITECTURE AUD.
Tonight at Adm. $1
7 and 9:05

III

TONIGHT-Free!
Humanity and
HanI Geneic Engineering
A LECTURE BY
Dr. Joseph Fletcher
Author of "Situation Ethics".
RESPONSE
Dr. Richard B. Brandt
Chairman, UM Dept. of Philosophy

Tuesday, October 9
DAY CALENDAR
Music School: Wind & percussion
Student recital, SM Recital Hall, 12:30
pm.
LSA Coffee Hour: Linguistics Dept.,
2050 Frieze, 3 pm.
Music School: Recital by organ ma-
jors, Hill Aud., 3:30 pm.
Psych. Film Series: "Multiple Man,"
'Monkeys, Apes, & Man," Aud. B. An-
gell Hall, 4 pm.
Army ROTC: B. G. Paul Williams,
Jr., "Problems A New Officer Faces in
Today's Army," MLB Lec. Rm. 1, 4 pm.
Music School: Cuyler Lectures, C.
Hamm, SM'Recital Hall, 4 pm.
Ext. Service - English Dept.: M. Har-
per, poetry reading, Aud. 4, MLB, 4:10
pm.
Education Lecture: M. L. Montgom-
ery, exec. vice-pres., Spectrum Inc.,
"What Black Educators Are Saying,"
Rackham Assembly Hall, 7 pm.
Anthropology Mini-Course: L. Tur-
ner, prof. of anthropol., U. West. On-
tario, film screenings & discussion,
Rackham Amph., 7 pm.
Stat Research Lab: "Simulation with
MIDAS," Aud. D, Angell Hall, 7:30 pm.
Women's Studies Films: "Psycholog-
ical Differences Between the Sexes,
Masculine or Feminine," Multipurpose
Rm., UGLI, 7:30 pm.
Health Science Lectures: J. Fletcher,
U. of Va., "Humanity & Genetic En-
gineering," R. Brandt, U-M Philos.
Dept., will follow, Aud. B, Angell Hall,
8pm.
Music School: James Moeser, Kansas
, organ, Hill Aud., 8:30 pm.

Residential College: Astronomical
Films, "Skylab Medical Experiments,"
"Exploring the Milky Way," "Apollo
17,' Skylab shorts, E. Quad Aud., 9
pm.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Recruiting on Campus: Oct. 8: Bur-
roughs Corj., & Firestone Tire & Rub-
ber Co. Oct. 9: Women's Army Corps
Oct. 10: Social Sec. Admin., Liggett- &
Myers, Bell System; & McDonnell
Douglas Corp. Oct. 11: McDonnell
Douglas Corp. Oct. 15: Gantos, Inc.,
Oct. 16: Univ. of Rochester (Grad
Sch. of Mgt.), Cargill, Inc., Boston
Univ/Law Oct. 17: Indiana Univ. Law;
wash & Lee Univ, Law Oct. 18: Van-
derbilt Univ, Law Oct. 19: Boston Col-
lege, Law

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Room, 4th Floor
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