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Officials of Harvard Yearbook Publications (HYP) said yesterday they will begin to distribute this year's edition today, about two weeks later than originally planned.

Almost 1700 copies of the 1980 year-book arrived Saturday from the publisher, Steven N. Fine '82, yearbook editor-in-chief, said yesterday, adding that the yearbook staff expected delivery in the first week of May.

Fine attributed the delay to production problems at the Hunter Publishing Company in North Carolina.

Students who ordered yearbooks can pick them up at the HYP office at 52 Dunster St. Fine said staff members will also set up tables in House dining halls to distribute copies.

Although most seniors who ordered yearbooks will receive them before Commencement, Randall G. Manella '80, former yearbook chief, said yesterday that many underclassmen who requested copies may have to have their yearbooks mailed home.

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