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rage ien
President
knew of
tape flaw
(Continued from Page 1)
Because of ambiguities in the
subpoena, according to Nixon's at-
torneys, it was not understood at
the White House that the June 20,
1972, conversation between Nixon
and Haldeman was one of those
being demanded by the prosecutor.
JUDGE SIRICA had ordered the
White House on Aug. 29 to hand
over tapes of nine conversations.
But the White House said two of
the conversations had never been
recorded.
While the physical turning over
of the tapes was a milestone in
the protracted legal battle be-
tween the President and the Water-
gate prosecutor's office, much
courtroom skirmishingistill lies
ahead.
The President has not yet given
up his claim that most of the con-
versations were on matters other
than the June 17, 1972, break-in at
the Democratic party headquarters
in the Watergate office building,
and that these discussions should
remain secret. .
IN SUPPLYING the subpoenaed
tapes to Judge Sirica yesterday,
the White House also delivered a
22-page document to the judge
claiming that large portions should
be kept secret because they dealt
with matters other than Watergate.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday. November 27 1973

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Fleming speaks on
education finances,
By STEPHEN SELBST He also addressed himself to theI
University President R o b b e n question of whether students would
Fleming addressed the University be able to attend graduate school
Senate yesterday afternoon in at all if they are in debt from un-
Rackham Amphitheatre, stressing dergraduate education. And he said
the importance of the way higher that the nature of graduate pro-
education would be financed in the grams may change from academic
future. to vocational in nature.
The University Senate meets He wound up his remarks with
just twice a year and is open to a brief description of the situation
any faculty member who wishes to with respect to coordination of
attend. Yesterday, a placid crowdertwithotheolleg r:h
of about 85 listened in the decay- legislatures across the nati )n are
ing elegance of the Amphitheatre. trying to reduce budgets to costs
per student in a particular disci--
FLEMING SPOKE to the Senate pline, he said and in such a com- _
on what he termed "the most im- parison, an institution like Mich-
portant developments in higher igan suffers because of the nature
education." He said he felt that of the research (programs here.
the future financing of higher edu- Research p r o g r a m s, especially
cation is the most important single health sciences, are very expen-!
issue. sive, and institutions like Michigan
He broke the subject down into have higher costs because of these
three parts-tuition, the condition programs. If appropriations are
of graduate education and coordi- based on such cost comparisons,
nation between institutions of high- the University suffers.
er education. THE LONG RANGE planning
Speaking on tuition, he said that committee came in with a report
he wanted "to hold tuition as low which recommended that the num-
as possible." But he added that ber of students at the Ann Arbor
this desire had to be balanced campus be held constant.
in the light of the recent Car- The report, presented by Wil-
negie Commission Report which frid Kaplan, professor of mathe-
stated t h a t public universities matics, utilized demographic data
should hold tuition levels at about to support its assertion that the
one - third of instructional cost. college age population will peak
Fleming said that a balancing and then fall in the next two
problesm was involved between ac- years.
cess to education and higher fees. Allan Smith, University Vice-
SPEAKING ON the subject of President, commented that, "Zero
graduate education, he noted the student growth has a negative in-
Nixon Administration's cutting of ference that nothing new will hap-
funds. He speculated that this will pen." He then denied that this
have an effect on graduate edu- will be the case, saying that the
cation as soon as the GI benefits University will remain flexible and
run out for the current group of responsive to the needs of the
grad students. population.
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