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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 17, 1974

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 17, 1 9'74

Kleindienst pleads guilty

Pizza tradition lives on

rntmnerd tress Pa;e:,
Kleindienst in the manner in which he
handled the ITT antitrust cases."
In Kleindienst's favor, Jaworski said,
was the fact that "in one of the cases he
successfully opposed a direct presiden-
tial order to abandon an appeal and leave
the government without any relief."
However, the prosecutor told reporters
later this was not meant to imply that
Nixon had done anything wrong by in-
structing Kleindienst, then deputy attor-
ney general under Mitchell.
"I think the President has the right
as chief executive to pass on all matters
of antitrust and this was the President's
view," Jaworski said.
BUT KLEINDIENST had told the Sen-
ate committee, at the time that it was
considering his nomination for attorney
general, that Nixon had not interferred
in the case.
"So far as consulting about, reporting
to, getting directions from, going into

depth on these matters or any other an-
titrust case, I have never had that ex-
perience," Kleindienst testified before
the committee on March 3, 1972,
Later Kleindienst confirmed that Nixon
had ordered him to drop his suit against
International Telephone & Telegraph Co.,
a giant conglomerate under attack for
new acquisitions.
"I was less than candid." Kleindienst
said in a statement released after his
plea yesterday, "because I viewed the
President's order as ill-conceived, quick-
ly retracted, in my opinion privileged.
"I WAS WRONG in lot having been
nsore candid with the committee and I'
sincerely regret it," he said.
Albert Fall, secretary of the interior
in President Warren Harding's adminis-
tration, is the only other cabinet mem-
ber ever convicted. He was sentenced to
one year in jail and fined $100,000 in the
Teapot Dome oil scandal.

(continued from Pate 3;
SEVERAL HOURS after bonding with
the ceiling, the lumps of dough would
fall-often on a counterperson's head,
or into a customer's submarine sand-
wich.
It once took Babe five attempts to
prepare a customer's sub without burn-
ing it in the oven.
Babe and Bob couldn't work together.
One reason for this was a physical prob-
lem: with Babe weighing 200 pounds and
Bob weighing over 300, they couldn't
pass by each other in the narrow space
behind the counter.
ANOTHER FACTOR which kept the
couple from working together was that
their personalities often clashed.

According to Fast Eddie, the nicest
thing rob ever called Babe at work was,
"You dumb redhead!"
Bob would often rhetorically ask Babe,
"Why don't you'drop dead?"
BABE WOULD say, "You don't mean
that, Bob, you don't really mean that."
Bob would reply, "I mean it, Babe,
I mean it!"
Babe and Bob both worked slowly.
Babe would often admonish Bob, "If
you don't work faster, I'll throw you in
the pizza oven!"
Bob would counter, "If you don't work
faster, I'll put you through the slicing
machine!"
To ae continued.

Daily Official Bulletin

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Bospitat Cammission for wom-
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