Very little today; Haldeman's diary says that he spoke to the president only once but Nixon "covered an amazing array and range of subjects. His first concern was the meeting he had with Rex Scott [?] about the colors in the [new White House] bowling alley..."
About Watergate, nothing exciting, but this seems worth including:
Haldeman: Ervin's come up with a slick move on his general -- on his Chief Counsel for his committee. He's trying to get [former Republican Senator] Ken Keating, which, weighing the alternatives, may be the best bet for us, because he is --
-- the next choice is, oh, Christ, you know his name. I can't remember it -- a lawyer [unknown] in New York who solved the problem now, that is a particular type of Republican, ran for governor or something like that years ago.
President Nixon: Oh, yes.
Haldeman: Older man.
President Nixon: Older man, yes.
Haldeman: And the third one is some Jew.[...]