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Wednesday, November 21, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Wednesda,Nvme 2,17

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Nixon to governors:
'No more scandals'

(Continued from Page 1)
headquarters last year and other
"dirty tricks" _against the Demo-
crats in the Presidential election
campaign.
HE QUOTED the President as
saying to the governors, "I'm sorry
if I've added to your burdens."
Speaking of Nixon's new aware-
ness of his political troubles, Dunn
declared "I think the President
realizes that the burden will re-
main with him throughout his term
(which ends in January, 1977)."
He said the President had to con-
vince the American people to be-
lieve his explanations that he was
innocent of wrong-doing in the
Watergate affair or of corruption
in his personal life.
HE VOICED the belief that,
judging from the rousing reception
he received from a crowd of sev-
eral thousand on his arrival here,
people were beginning to believe
the President.
Asked about the pressure oh him
to resign, the President, according
to Dunn, told the meetinng: "Yes-
? havetheard the calls for my
resignation.
"They have asked me to walk
away, but I am not going to walk
away from the job the American
people have asked me to do.
"WHEN popplarity polls show
acceptance dropping below 40 per
cent, it would be a tragedy to let
that persuade you that it is time
to give up the game.
"What a shame it would be if
that is the basis on which a Pre ;

dent would walk away from his
great job."
IaBond and Ray said the President
had denied all allegations that he
had used public funds to improve
his home in San Clemente, Cali-
fornia.
THEY SAID the President as-
sured them that the money had
been spent on bullet proof glass,
fences and other equipment which
had been installed at the request of
the Secret Service for reasons of
security.
The governors described the
meeting as frank, with the Presi-
dent answering all questions put to
him about Watergate and his per-
sonal finances.
Dunn quoted Nixon as saying
that, while he intended to release
recordings of White House con-
versations and other material, he
did not feel it was incumbent on
him to go on television to respond
publicly to questions that the Sen-
ate Watergate committee wants to
put to him.
THE PRESIDENT, who has been
on a speaking tour of the South
since Friday, returned totWashing-
ton by air immediately after he!
concluded his meeting with the'
governors.
Polar bears have been report-
ed 80 miles out at sea, yet they
use only their front paws when
swimming. Their hind legsex
ex straight back and are mo-
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Poll shows media more
credible than President
NEW YORK (Reuter)-The media have more credibility with the
American public than does President Nixon, according to a poll con-
ducted for the news department of the Columbia Broadcasting System
(CBS).
The poll, taken last week by the Opinion Research corporation,
gave television news correspondents the highest "credibility," ranking
63 per cent compared to 38 per cent for Nixon. The poll showed fur-
ther that the press in general had a 55 per cent credibility rating and
"leaders in Congress" 50 per cent.
ACCORDING TO THE POLL, the American public disagrees by
57 per cent with Nixon's characterization of television news as being
the most "outrageous, vicious, distorted reporting" he had observed in
all of his years in public life. The poll showed that only 30 per cent
agreed with the President's characterization.
The poll further showed that 46 per cent would believe the press
rather than a White House denial of news reports (30 per cent) alleg-
ing wrongdoing on the part of the administration officials.
Overall, the poll reportedly showed, the American public rates
television news as the "fairest and most objective" in reporting the
news (45 per cent), with newspapers second (20 per cent), and maga-
zines third (10 per cent) and radio fourth (seven per cent).
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