THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, January 31, 1974
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them. He said he already has turn-
ed over to the Watergate special
prosecutor all the information and
material needed to prosecute the
guilty and clear the innocent.
Then came his statement that
one year is enough, and more ap-
plause, this time from the Republi-
can side of the House chamber.
Nixon then pledged to cooperate
with the House Judiciary Commit-
tee, which is conducting a prelimi-
nary investigation into possible
impeachment proceedings against
But he said that cooperation.
must be "consistent with my re-
sponsibilities" to preserve all the
prerogatives of the presidency.
He said he will never do any-
thing that would weaken the office
of the president.
Nor, he said, will he ever leave
that office voluntarily.
THE PRESIDENT'S renewed ef-
fort to improve his post-Watergate
image brought mixed reaction from
members of Congress late last
Sen. Sam Ervin (D-N.C.), chair-
man of the Special Watergate Com-
"As far as the Special Commit-
tee is concerned, it would have
completed its work long ago if the
President had been willing to give
us the evidence in his possession
we requested and which we needed
in order to do our job."
Sen. Philip Hart (D-Mich.), re-
ferring to the President's offer to
co-operate with the House Judi-
ciary Committee, said: .
"How u n r e a 1. The President
seemed to be saying: 'I will co-op-
erate with the committee of im-
peachment the way I've co-oper-
ated with other committees. Those
materials I want you to have, I'll
Republican Leader Hugh Scott
said "his Watergate comments
were frank and I particularly
liked his offer to co-operate with
the House Judiciary Committee."
Scott's overall appraisal was that
the President had delivered a
"complete, comprehensive and'
conciliatory" message, "a con-
structive challenge to the Con-
The message presented "a blue-
print for a stronger and more co-
hesive America," he declared.
Senate Democratic Leader Mike
Mansfield reserved his comment.
He will make a nationally-televised
reply to the President tomorrow
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