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THE MICHIGANl DAILY

Tuesday, June 15, 1971 1

PageTwo HE ICHIAN AILYTuedayJun 15,197

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TONIGHT
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N.Y. Times fights ban
on secret govt. study
acontinued from Page 1) find out because not many cop-
The Times said it had received ies exist. A Pentagon spokesman
a telegram from Atty. Gen. John put the number at about a
Mitchell requesting that it ab- dozen.
stain from publishing documents The source said about half
drawn from the three year-old the copies acre still at the Pent-
Pentagon study on the ground agon and were accounted for.
it will cause "irreparable harm This indicated the leak came
to the defense interests of the from outside, possibly from a
United States." former official in the adminis-
Mitchell's teiee, ai did not trationI of President .Lyndon
raise the threat of injunction. Johnson.
But the Times said the request Sen.nGeorge McGovern (D-
for a halt in publication and S.D said the secret repart tells
the department's intention to " tory eosealmostincredibl
seek an injunction were con- deception, deception of the Con-
veyed by Robert Mardian, assist- gress and of the American peo-
ant attorney general in charge ple, by the highest officials of
of the internal security division, government, including the Pres-
to Harding Bancroft, executive ident of the United States."
vice president of the Times. He told the Senate it would
The Times has scheduled ad- be a mistake to assume that
ditional publication of the docu- such deception ended with the
ments for its editions tomorrow J o h n s o n administration, and
and Thursday. The series began called for passage of the Hat-
Sunday. field -McGovern amendment to
The Times said in its state- cut off funds for the war by
ment : Dec. 31.
"We believe that it is properly
a m atter for the courts to de- "...,....,................:....:
cide. The Times will oppose any
request for an injunction for the DAILY OFFICIAL
same reason that led us to pub- BULLETIN
lish the articles in the first
place. We will, ofcours eabide.-::,. :.. ":;.
by the final decision of the
court." TUESDAY, JUNE 15
Laird said he didn't know who
gave the study to the Times but Day Calendar
said it would not be hard to Summer Jobs-ENACT: Work on lead
deteetion: project in Detroit; fillot
appicaton intENACT tffice, 146F,
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today.
Ann Arbor Flim Cooperative: "Gold-
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