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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 24, 1974

Page Ten TI-fE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 24, 1 9'74

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TanscriOpts invalid,
House counsel say

(Continued from Page 1i
the Watergate scandals make it
impossible to choose an un-
biased jury in the capital.
* Atty. Gen. William Saxbe
said only he can fire special
Watergate prosecutor Leon Ja-
worski and "I have no intention
to do so." Saxbe made the
comment when questioned by
reporters about the latest con-
flict between Jaworksi and the
White House over access to
presidential files. Jaworski
complained this week that the
White House was challenging
his authority to take President
Nixon to court to enforce sub-
poenas.
* Vice President Gerald Ford
told a Republican rally in Wilm-
ington, Del., that he hopes
President Nixon will give the
House Judiciary Committee
relevant material and "the
sooner the better."
* The Los Angeles Times re-
ported that the head of the ITT
investigation in the special pro-
secutor's office intends to re-
sign in protest over the agree-
ment which allowed former
Atty. Gen. Richard Kleindienst
to plead guilty to a minor
charge stemming from his tes-
timony to a Senate committee
about the ITT antitrust settle-
ment. The prosecutor's office
declined to comment on the re-
port.
*Convicted Watergate con-
spirator James McCord said in
a just-released book he be-
lieves President - Nixon knew
in advance of the Watergate
break-in and knew of the cover-
up long before March 21, 1973
the date Nixon says he learn-
ed of it.
IN A LETTER to Rodino on
Wednesday, the President said
he made the transcripts public
"so that the record of my
knowledge and actions in the

Watergate matter would be
fully disclosed, once and for
all.
Rodino said some of the areas
in the transcripts that give him
concern are misstatements,
omissions of words or para-
graphs, statements attributed
to the wrong people, the numer-
ous passages marked inaudible,
the material deleted as not rele-
vant and the use of paraphras-
ing.
Mildshil*pm MAf en
accused of,
ceating-
ANNAPOLIS, Md. /P)-About
900 -Midshipmen will have to
take a second final examination
in a navigations course because
the first exam was "compro-
.mised," U.S. Naval Academy
officials said yesterday.
The academy statement said
the investigation was initiated
after a Midshipman told offi-
cials there had been tampering
with the exam. The spokesman
refused to elaborate.
"THE SOURCE of the com-
promise is being investigated,"
the academy said. Spokesmen
would not say if there was any
organized cheating on the part
of Midshipmen.
A spokesman said the first
test was given May 21, bat all
scores had been discarded and
a new exam will be given
May 29.
lIe said most of the sopho-
more class and some juniors
wilt have to retake the test.

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