U.S. Government$246,914,156 IBM $74,109,498 Ford $55,562,975 Mobil $53,036,556 Exxon $41,937,361 Quebec Hydro-Electric $31,354,629 G.M. $30,614,761 Eastman Kodak $26,828,948 Continental Oil $22,064,320 General Reinsurance Group $21,790,981 MAPCO $21,218,851 Getty $20,219,9033 Atlantic Richfield $17,570,839 Standard Oil of California $17,074,654 St. Regis Paper $15,353,397 General Electric $15,187,405 Sears, Roebuck $14,924,096 Beneficial $13,822,884 Caterpillar Tractor $13,741,103 Province of Ontario $12,335,910 Dow Chemical $12,227,949 Aluminum Co. of America $11,865,565 Union Carbide $11,068,724 U.S. Steel $10,915,154 Kimberly-Clark $10,676,454 International Nickel of Canada $10,502,593 Procter & Gamble $10,376,375 Continental Group $9,939,553 Smith, Kline $8,946,86 Phillips Petroleum $8,918,217 Standard Oil of Indiana $8,913,351 Dome Petroleum $8,635,656 Gulf $8,538,075 Pennzoil $8,280,000 Kingdom of Norway $8,072,510 Bristol-Myers $7,493,988 Johnson and Johnson $7,474,908 Texaco $7,463,485 Federated Department Stores $7,200,423 Georgia-Pacific $6,969,340
Harshbarger Prepares for Gubernatorial Run
SAUGUS, Mass.--With its fastfood chains, car dealerships and walk-in pet clinics, this pit stop on the road to Maine is
The Fourth Annual China Conference, sponsored by the Collegiate Council for the United Nations and Harvard-Radcliffe IRC, opens at 7:30
Flying the Union-Busting Skies
W HEN the machinists' strike against Eastern Airlines began 12 days ago, it was time for organized labor to start
Would You Give This Man $29?
WHEN Professor Anna Chave announced that students should take advantage of Eastern Airlines $12 fares to visit New York's Museum
Council Members Seek to Wire Harvard Dorms for Cable TV
Two members of the Undergraduate Council are leading a drive to install cable television in the houses and first-year dormitories.