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Wednesday, September 26, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Wednesday, September 26, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

MORE TALKATIVE THAN AT TRIAL

Hunt names

Watergate

principals

WASHINGTON (Reuter) -
Convicted Watergate plotter E.
Howard Hunt yesterday named
former Attorney General J o h n
Mitchell, Jeb Stuart Macgruder
and John Dean as the men he
believed to be really responsible
for the Watergate burglary.
Testifying before the , Senate
Watergate Committee, Hunt said
it was these men whom he was
trying to protect by his silence
last year. He pleaded guilty to
charges of conspiracy and burg-
lary last January and was sent-
enced provisionally to 35 years in
prison.
MITCHELL RESIGNED as
chairman of President Nixon's
re-election campaign three weeks
after the June 17 Watergate
burglary. Heuis under indictment
on charges of conspiracy in New
York in connection with a secret,
contrbution to Nixon's re-elec-
tion campaign by fugitive finan-
cier Robert Vesco.
Magruder was Mitchell's se-
cond-in-command at the re-elec-
tion committee. He has pleaded
guilty to a charge of conspiracy
to obstruct justice.
Dean, former counsel to Presi-
dent Nixon, has become the chief
accuser against the President,
saying that Nikon was aware of
the ,top-level effort to cover up
the Watergate burglary.
HUNT, A FORMER AGENT
of the Central Intelligence Agen-
cy, looked haggard and nervous
during his second day on the
stand. He was brought to Wash-
ington from the federal prison
in Danbury, Conn., to testify in
public for the first time.
In a transcript made public on
Monday of a telephone call he
made in November to White
House aide Charles Colson, Hunt
asked for more money for the
Watergate defendants, n o t i n g
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Wednesday, September 26, 1973
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"We're protecting the guys who
are really responsible for t h e
Watergate break-in."
Sen. Joseph Montoya (D.-N.M.)
asked him to name those he
thought responsible. He cited
Mitchell, Magruder and Dean.
HE SAID he knew of no one
else who might be responsible
and specifically said that Colson
had no advance knowledge of
the Watergate case and that John
Ehrlichman, President Nixon's
former domestic adviser who is
under indictment in California,
was also not involved.
Under questioning by S e n.
Edward Gurney (R.-Fla.), Hunt
said he had no evidence t h a t
Nixon had authorized the break-
in, but it washis understanding
that both Mitchell and Dean had
delegated authority from t h e
president.
HIS SILENCE and the silence
of the six other Watergate con-
spirators at their trial earlier
this year prompted Judge John
Sirica to impose provisional max-
imurm sentences as an induce-
ment for the defendants to tell
the full story.
Much of Hunt's testimony has
already come out during the Sen-
ate Watergate Committee's hear-
ings, but there had been some
suspicion that he might name
higher names than those of Mit-
chell, Magruder and Dean.
Hunt testified at the start of
yesterday's session that '1e
thought the Watergate burglary
might have been exposed because
of a double agent unknowingly
hired by the conspirators.
HE IDENTIFIED his agent as
Alfred Baldwin, a former FBI
man employed as a security of-
ficial by Nixon's re-election com-
mittee.

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AP Photo
SEN. SAM ERVIN, (D-N.C.), chairman of the Senate Watergate Committee, confers with Sam
Dash, chief counsel to the committee, at the second day of the second session of the Senate Water-
gate hearings.
SUCCESSFUL PACIFIC SPLASHDOWN:
Skylab astronauts return to
earth after 59 days in space

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ABOARD USS NEW ORLEANS
(T) - The men of Skylab. 2 re-
turned to earth yesterday from
history's longest space mission,
a 59% - day scientific odyssey.
They splashed down safely in the
Pacific Ocean after a voyage of
more than 24 million miles.
Astronauts Alan Bean, Jack
Lousma and Owen Garriott guid-
ed their partially crippled Apollo
command ship to a 6:20 EDT
landing at sea, 225 miles south-
west of San Diego, Calif.
THE SPLASHDOWN came 3112
hours after the astronauts board-
ed their Apollo command ship
and left the Skylab space station
that had been their home since
July 28.
"We undocked on time and
we're moving away," said Bean
as the Apollo craft moved free
of the large space station at 3:50
p.m. EDT.
"Seems like we're leaving
home," said Lousma. "It's a

beautiful sight," Bean said of the
Skylab space station. He said
there were red, gold, yellow and
blue lights shining on it and the
big craft "looks like a Christmas
tree. We see stars in the back-
ground.",
"SO U N D S PRETTY," said
Mission Control. "You guys sound
like you're sad to be leaving."
The astronauts then prepared for
an 18-second rocket firing to
send their Apollo craft toward a
Pacific Ocean splashdown target
splashdown target 220 miles
southwest of San Diego, Calif.
They were to ignite the power-
ful Apollo service propulsion en-
gine at 5:38 p.m. -EDT over the
Malaysia Pacific and out of radio
contact until shortly before the
scheduled 6:20 EDT splashdown.
They were ready to fly the
Apollo craft using tricky, make-
shift procedures never before
tried. Two of four steering roc-
kets on the spaceship are dis-

abled and the astronauts must
guide the craft using new tech-
niques.
BEAN,GARRIOTT AND
LOUSMA also were set to ma-
neuver their craft if necessary
away from the fringes of Hurri-
cane Irah, a Pacific Ocean
storm which has been - flirting
with the splashdown target area.
The astronauts finished the
complex job of loading the Apol-
lo craft and closing up the space
station early yesterday morning.
"It came off just right," said
Bean after the Skylab hatch was
closed, isolating the men inside
the Apollo craft.
PACKED ABOARD the Apollo
craft is a record harvest of scien-
tific information about the sun,
the earth and man, himself.

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