NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 16, 1974
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(Studio) Chief of staff in former President Nixon's administration Alexander Haig to become supreme commander of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and American forces in Europe. Haig likely to come under fire because change from political to military life.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(White House) Haig powerful in Nixon White House With Haig gone, President Ford to provide freer access to his office. Former Pennsylvania governor William Scranton refuses to accept Haig's former position although be's been considered. Ford plays golf this afternoon before facing news conference tonight.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
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