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Friday, October '6,1197/'-

THE MICHIGAN ®AILY

Page Seven

Friday, October 6, 1971 THE MICHIGAN OAILY

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THERE ARE EASIER K lPLYRSws sy
MANI arm UNION-LEAGUE t.Gj'
Ne (Continued from Page 1)
THAN THIIAR UND ..TLcople inWasingonD.C, June
DIE TR!N E E the Times, he had monitored a
F I N Ftelephone tap placed in the Demo-
FOR INFO CALL. cratic offices earlier.
a ! :Baldwin said he would put his'
Mark 76-661 orAnn, 79-387 4; evesdropping h logs in anen-
Mar, 73-641 r Ane,769386 loe, hic headdressed to a
12 committee official whose name hie
4. ,. .,. 1".. ... . has since forgotten and would take
-- - --- - 'them to the Nixon committee of-
f p y,:,,~i ," ;fices seven blocks away, the news-,
fit, 1 Ii'i$l~l>paper said.
"An elderly guard was on dutyj
*^ in the building and he took the
envelope, recogized the name on
6# it and said he would see to it
769- ktim te qotdcalrevdint"aying
O A GA6 Timethattedoficalrevdwit," theng
' f* i The eavesdroppers, be told the
9' ,., ,,~ t ,."Times, apparently were interested
piaril in information about
Sen. George McGovern, Lawrence
PIZ A 40 OBien then Democratic party'
" > w ; " " k, . ; c a r a , a d about D em ocratic
1 :pliicl strategy.
WE ALSO DELIVER The Times quoted Baldwin, as
SUBS-CHICKEN--SHRIMP-SALADS-BURGERS-FRIES-COKE sat ing he rw as hired by the Com
likepall uAdertIising Saem n""i""- """"...".... ""_""......"""--_ President as a security guard for
5 0 c-UI J I UI arh ithl, ieof former
/A medium or large 50 A medium or large Atty. Gen. John Mitchell, but was
item or more C 1 item or more. later assigned such task as moni-
tnr~~t~n~ toring anti-Nixon demonstrations.
OfOEAPZAOf OMEGA PIZZA He told the Times his boss was,
r * James McCord, Jr., security co-
're nterste in wel-a n *ordinator for the Nixon committee'
y/ou'r neetdi elpyg NameName~ _ _ _
part-time job, call Diane at 764-0560 Address____Address_
FOR DELIVERY ONLY FOR DELIVERY ONLY D IY Q FC
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'RI agent
for GOP'
and one of seven persons indicted
in the Watergate bugging case.,
Baldwin has not been charged in
the case..
McCord- Baldwin said, assign-
ed him to' monitor a phone tap
onf May 25."Baldwin said he kept
logs on about 200, conversations he
monitored over a three-week per-
iod, the newspaper said.
He would not" give specifics: on
the conversations after his attor-
neys advised he would bie violating
federal lAws, by disclosing con-
tents of wiretap conversations; ac-
cording to 'the Times.:
;-Baldwin 'told, the Times report-
ers he never questioned his orders
from' McCord..
"After all, his boss was John
Mitchell, the 'committee' director
and former Attorney General* of
the United" States," the Timres
qnoted Baldwin as saying. "And
his superior was President Nixon.
"If that was not enowigh to im-
press me with McCord's authority
and official' standing., we were
suirro1unded' by formner WV hi t e
Hrrlse nides McCord said were 'on
loan' to the commiftte."
Baldwin, told, the> Ties the
squad of men ettered' the Water-
gate on June 17 after they found
out which,. telephone ,in the offices
was O'Brien's. -Only one of two
taps placed in the offices' earlier
functioned 'proper'ly, he '"added.
That was on , the telephone of
Spencer Oliver;' "coordinator 'cof
Democratic state cha'irm en.-
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