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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, February

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TO WASHINGTON, D.C.
MARCH 6-13, 1976 (During Spring Break)
e For foreian and American students
* Sessions with congressional and a t h e r government
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* Visits to monuments, government agencies, and other
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* Cost for round trip travel by bus, accommodations and
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PIRGIM thanksthose who have supported its
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Mayor tells family of Coalition charges

rights to FBI query

Scliorr suspended
for leaking report

olice surveillance

(Continued from Page 1)
killed, whilebBullock was in-
jured in the buttocks.
However, Wheeler said that he
has received unsworn allega-'
tions that there were two addi-
tional people on the scene when'
the shootings occurred.
"One may have been a phy-
sician, but that's hearsay," said
Wheeler.
Wheeler explained that he has:
a personal interest in pursuing+
an outside investigation.
"MY WIFE got a call saying
'if you don't do anything about
- -- -

the police, your whole family's
going to be dead,' " he said.
Wheeler is also arranging for
five City Councilmembers to'
meet with the City Administra-
tor, the Chief of Police and Ann
Arbor Police Association repre-
sentatives to develop a new
policy on the use of firearms by
local police.
Any proposed policy that:
Council may draft will have to
be approved by three police
unions, including Teamsters lo-
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By MICHAEL YELLIN
Two city policemen have been,
accused of photographing an
audience assembled to hear last
Wednesday's debate on Univer-
sity recruiting policy for the
C e n t r a l Intelligence AgencyI
(CIA) and the National Security:
Agency (NSA).
Members of the Coalition to
Stop CIA/NSA Recruitment on
Campus charge that officers
William Wise and Richard Cor-
nell took pictures during a de-
bate between President Robben
Fleming and a Coalition mem-
ber.
GRADUATE s t u d e n t Bob
Whitehurst claims to have "def-i
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y seen a camera just inch- NEW YORK (P)-CBS News of a secrecy backlash."
)m a service entrance win- said yesterday it has indefinite- I CBS said the network woul
in the Michigan Union ly suspended veteran newsman Irovide legal counsel to Schot
yom. Danielchorrlwhonislunder ic-
en onlookers burst into the Daniel Schorr, who is under in- "insofar as investigations rf
room they saw the officers vestigation by Congress after lating to his CBS news activitie
g down the back stairs, ac- releasing a secret House intel- are concerned." Salant said th
g to Whitehurst. ligence report to a weekly news- network "will fully support Mi
d Davids, University Safe- paper. Schorr against attempts to r(
partment director denied Schorr, who has been with quire him to reveal the sourc
[legations, claiming "There CBS for 23 years, admitted re- through which he obtained th
no Ann Arbor police tak- leasing the report prepared by report. These aspects of th
ictures. This is an abso- the House committee on Intel- matter involve fundamental i,
false rumor and a lie." ligence to the Village Voice, a sues of press freedom."
weekly published in New York's Salant, in a telephone intel
'Y lOdeniedCthe charge Greenwich Village. view, declined to say if Schor
iwy aldordmaind ththehCBgep,
g, '"There was no reason CBS NEWS President Richard would remain on the CBS pal
' i upnina e obe up there withirl during hi.ulnina
em Salant said in a statement that refused to go beyond CBS' pr(
ras." He added, however, government investigations haver
n't assure you what Uni- e pared statement.
ty people were doing." been called for to see if Schorr
1Arbor Police Detective." can be prosecuted for releasing THE VOICE published in tw
Frgon sid, Iv o the secret report. parts the contents of the repoi
were no pictures taken by "In view of the adversary sit- on operations of the CIA and tb
fficers." uation in which Dan Schorr is FBI. The first portion dealt wit
-ouson asked Wise and Cor- placed in pending government the covert operations oversee
to drop by the debate. investigations, he has agreed and the second detailed diff
s routinely calls in city with CBS that he will be re- culties the committee had i
to cover controversial lieved of all reporting duties for obtaining secret informatic
us events "in case of any an indefinite period," Salant's from the White House, the ii
ms. statement said. telligence agencies and th
Schorr said in a statement State Department.
yesterday that "experience has Much of what was in the ri
taught that it is not possible to port already had been reporte
work as a reporter while per- by Schorr and others. "I di
sonally involved in a contro- cided," Schorr said in a publ:
versy over reporters' rights, and statement last week, "that wit
I accept that reality." much of the contents alread
known I could not be the or
"I DO NOT seek the legal responsible for suppressing tt
contest which may lie ahead," report."
he said, "but I am confident
that as they unfold, it will be- "Casket girls", so name
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The automobile crash is
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