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Wednesday, May 8, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pag eve

Wednesday, May 8, 1974 TI-fE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Tapes show Nixon
knew of cover-up

'U' hospital Cavanagh released
names chief from St. Joseph's
£ a £Former Detroit Mayor Jer- kidney operation. She said t
ome Cavanaugh, who dropped former mayor was admittedf

(Continuedfrom Page 6)
"The worst may happen, tnt
it may not. So you just try to
button it un as well as you can
and hope for the best, and re-
member basically the damn
business is unfortunately trying
to cut our losses.'
The two men did not meet
again for more than four
months. Then, on Feb. 28, 1973,
during Senate confirmatio
hearings on the nomination of
L. Patrick Gray to be FBI di-
rector, Nixon called Dean into
his office.
DEAN COMPLAINED that
Gray had been less successful
than his predecessor, J. Edgar
Hoover, would have been in
keeping the FBI "in bounds."
Be careful with fire:
There are babes
inthe woods.
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/1!
1I

"I had thought was an im-
possible task to hold together
until after the election until
things startin h f a I ei n g out,"
Dean said, "h -t we have maide
it this far. and I am "onvinced
sve are- ing to make it the
lvhole road and put this thing
in the fannv pgs of the history
books r a t h e r than anything
serious.'"
The President reolied that "it
will be somewhat serious, but
the main thine, of course, is also
the isolation of the President
... b-ae that, unfortunately,
is totally true"
AS THE conversation drew to
a close, Nixon told Dean to get
in touch with Atty. Gen. Rich-
ard Kleindienst and impress on
him the importance of keeping
the Senate Watergate hearings
in line and keeping White House
people f-r o m testifying. The
President suggested Dean could
point out that the attorney gas-
eral was indebted to Mitchell
for his job.
"Let's reme'nber this was not
done by the White House," Nix-
on said. "This was done by the
Committee to Re-elect, and
Mitchell was chairman, right?"
If the Watergate hearings were
allowed to get out of hand, he
said they could "ruin John Mit-
chell."
On March 13, the two men be-
gan to get down to specifics.
With Haldeman present, they
first discussed a proposal to
make Colson an unpaid, unan-
nounced, inactive White House
consultant in order to keep his
activities under the cloak of
executive privilege in case he
should be called to testify. The
President approved the plan.

he
or

Assistant University Control-
ler Thomas Mason of has been
appointed director of financial
affairs of University Hosoital,
financial Vice President Wilbur
Pierpont and David Dickinson,
acting director of the hospital,
have announced.
The new position in the man-
agement of University Hospital,
anoroved by the Regents at
their last regular meeting, is
considered a significant ele-
ment in the administrative re-
organization of the institution
necessitated by the recent re-
signation of former hospital di-
rector, Edward Conners.
CONNORS resigned after ad-
mitting he embezzled $8,000
from hospital finances over a
period of five years as direc-
tor.
An interim management team
headed by Dickinson and in-
cluding three associate hospi-
tal directors had also been ap-
proved by the Regents. Mason
becomes the fifth member of
the top administrative group
"The reorganization of the
administrativetstructuretof the
hospital, together with the ap-
pointment of Mr. Mason, gives
us an opportunity to stabilize
and integrate the hospital's fi-
nancial practices and proce-
dures into the total University
pattern," Pierpont says.

0111 as a candtidate for the
Democratic gubernatorial nomi-
nation when he ha3d a cancer-
ous kidney removed April 11,
left a local hospital yesterday
morning after treatment for an
infection.
Cavanaugh had been admit-
ted Friday to St. Joseph's
Mercy Hospital, where his sur-
geon, Dr. Richard Dorr, said
Cavanaugh was being treated
for a low-grade infection.
A HOSPITAL spokeswoman
said yesterday the infection had
been related to Cavanaugh's

nOservatios and then treated
when eviden(-n -(f an infection
was confirmed.
Cannagh has made no
statement on his nolitical fu-
ture since the operation last
month,
WASrtNGTON(N J')i-Americans
are eating mare fish than at
any time since the federal gov-
ernment began keeping records
in 1909, the tCommerce Depart-
ment said yesterday.

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