100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 30, 1973 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1973-10-30

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



I

I Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 30, 1973

Page Ten THE MICHiGAN DAILY

Cox
of the'
identif
ing tol

Cox: Prober needs power
(Continued from Page 1) those of Egil Krogh, former head evidence might show innocence as
also said that one member of the plumbers unit and now un- well as guilt.
White House staff, whom he der indictment.* Cox told the committee that, at
Ied only as X, reported be- the time of his ouster, the in-
d by a person Cox identified "FOR THE MOST part, it seem- vestigation of the Watergate break-

:

PUZZLED
ABOUT WHERE
10 SHOP FOR

Honeywell
P to raphic Seminar
0 A two-part, seven-hour short course in photog-

4

-s Y that after X's appearance be-
fore the Senate Watergate commit-
tee all of X's political files should
be deposited in Nixon's files.
Cox testified there were other
instances of files being transferred
to presidential papers, includingI

ed to me our efforts were unsuc-
cessful," Cox said in testifying1
about requests for White House
documents.
He emphasized that many re-
quests for evidence did not neces-
sarily mean any wrongdoing, that.

in and cover-up seemed almost
complete except for new avenues
that had been opened up by three!
recent developments.
HE SAID one of these was oust-
ed White House counsel John
Dean's agreement to plead guilty
to a.tcharge of obstructing justice
and the additional evidence that
might now be obtained from Dean.
Second, he said, were the nine
tapes of White House conversa-
tions that Nixon in an abrupt re-
versal agreed to make available i

raphy open to everyone.
* Topics from Basic Camera
macrography, Filters to Films
Darkroom Techniques.

handling to Photo-
and Composition to

A

TOYS or BICYCLES?

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
r.::{<Pi:4CiS#r: .' '"V." .#. :N + }:"}:r:":"}}:}:"'" f sr.r,"2{g e r.

Take advantage

of the Famous

wide

The Daily Official Bulletin is an Bus. & Pub. Adm.; Nov. 1: Abraham & o
official publication of the Univer- Straus; Nov. 2: Upjohn; Sears & Roe- I for judical inspectio
sity of Michigan. Notices should be buck & Co.; Kurt Salmon; Georgetown And thirdly, COxs
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to Univ., Law; Nov. 3: Manuf. Nat'l, Bank; had recently come a
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of Univ. of Notre Dame; Nov. 6: Stanford
the day preceding publication and Univ. Grad. Sch. Bus.; North Western orandum ' written b
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and Univ.. Law; Wayne State Univ. Person- witness that seemed
Sunday. Items appear once only. nel Office; Pennsylvania Univ., Law; at odds with what h
Student organization notices areLa: todswhwate
acced r pblicat r Nov. 7: Mass. Inst. of Tech. Sch.aof with what a number
mor epnfrmaton, phbicon.7For70. Arch. & Planning; Univ. of Chicago ad
more, information, phone 764-9270. ,Grad. Sch's; Burger King Corp; Nov. 8: ! 'aid ''
Tuesday, October 30 Dunn & Bradstreet, Inc.; HEW Mgt. HE ALSO outlined+
DAY CALENDAR Intern Program; George Washington investigation by hiss
'Career Planning & Placement: " Career Univ., Law; Aetna Life & Casualty; Nov. C m ai Cnr
g9: Columbia Univ. Grad. Sch. of Bus.; c a m p a i g n contr
Opportunities for Women," reps from Villanova Univ., Law; N. Y. Univ., Law: tricks, bugging and
Cornell Univ. Grad Sch, of Bus. & Pub. Univ. of Penn. Wharton Grad. Div.; N. abuses of governme
Adr~in.; Univ. of Santa Clara Law 'Sch., , Life Ins. Co. break-in at the off,
Conf. Rm. 4, League, noon. Newspaper Internshps for Juniors:If- t h
LSA Coffee Hour: Residential College an ewsape Inters sare r o s Ellsberg s psychiat.
Blue Rm., E. Quad, 3 pm. apply for Newspaper Fund Internship. antitrust settlement.
Raoul Wallenberg Lecture: E. Larra-apyfo esaprFn;Itrsi
bee, "Architetrergs;a une Opportunities available for summer
b~ee, "Architecture as, a Humane Art," 1974 in reporting or editing. Stop by for
Aud. 3, MLB, 3:30 pm. details and applications. Screening be- ! "
Army Officer Ed. Program: J. Shy,! gins Nov. 1.
"Lessons to be Learned from Military
History," Lect. Rm. B115, MLB, 4 pm.
Psych. Film Series: "American Time
Capsule;" "Babbitt;" "Timepiece;"
Changes: P. C. Friend;" "They Want to
Make Work Human,"_ Aud. B, Angell SHOPAT
Ext. Service, English Dept.: G. Mac-
beth, poetry reading, Aud. 4, MLB,4:10 F L L ETTS
CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Recruiting on Campus: Oct. 30: Cor-.
nell Sch. of Bus. Pub. Ad.,; ConnecticutI f bo adu
Mutual Life Ins.; Univ. of Santa Clara,rn
tyaw; Oct. 31% Zayre Corp.; pornell Sch.

n.
said his office.
across a mem-
y an important
d to be totally
e had said and
of others had
other areas of
staff, including
ibutions, dirty
other alleged
nt power, the
ice of Daniel'
rist and 1TT

selection of Toys, Games, Hobbies, and
Bicycles..
"Browse for the unusual"
at
Campus Bike &icTOY

Seminar will be held in the
Regency Ballroom of the Campus Inn
MONDAY, NOV. 5,7-10:30 p.m.
TUESDAY, NOV. 6, 7-10:30 p.m.
$15
($10 refundable in Honeywell Merchandise
at Purchase Camera)

WILLIAM. BOTKIN
Seminar Instructor
Topics from Basic Camera Handling
to Photomacrography, Filters to Films
and Composition to Darkroom Tech-
niques

(I

"""- ""''"''- "S-- '""""mm""''m"m""' m''m m"" -m"- N O-W---"-!- --- ---- ---
R EGISTE R NOW!

514 E. William.
"STUDENT'S

662-0035
STORE"

Send to: Purchase Camera
115 ISS. University
Ann Arbor, Mi. 48104

&Please send tickets at $15 ea.
(enclose, check or money order)

FRIENDLY

WE "0*0
master charge
'.1NF INTEgBAR% CRRO
i

NAME

S'

TREET

1 V /'

""IYIC J I

CITY-

STATE 71P_

_ . __ _r _ . _ 7

4i

., {

ALL
YOU CAN
EAT

C

Mounds of Spaghetti, Coleslaw, Garlic Bread
EVERY WEDNESDAY 4:30-10 P.M.
HURON HOTEL & LOUNGE
124 Pearl-483-1771-(Ypsi.)

Great plaids and great new
styling come on strong for
country living.
SHEFFIELD by

'7

The new breed of country coat. Zipper front with four
zipper pockets in all wool exclusive plaids lined with Orion
acrylic backed satin.

Sizes 36-46

$80.

-_-7 4. oTm

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan