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25 Picket Against Harvard Pro Despite Eggs, Football Players

A small crowd of orderly demonstrators picketed outside the Harvard Provision Co. Saturday night for over two hours, despite attempts

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Gallo Begins to Fight Back

Local efforts to enforce the nation-wide United Farm Workers-sponsored boycott of Gallo wines escalated this week and, apparently in response,

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Wholesaler May File Suit To End Anti-Gallo Protest

A major distributor for the Harvard Provision Co.--a Square liquor store which has been boycotted and picketed for refusing to

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70 Picket at Harvard Pro To Support UFW Boycott

A large group of noisy but orderly demonstrators manned a picket line outside the Harvard Provision Co. Saturday night, urging

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Busing Sparks New Protests

Black students were bused out of their schools about noon yesterday as thousands of South Boston residents protested forced busing

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Appointments at Home and Away

A seven-member committee has begun to evaluate over 266 applications in search of a replacement for University Police Chief Robert

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Harvard Square: Professors and Punks

At Freshman registration several years ago, incoming Harvard students were given--among mounds of other printed material--some kind of Chamber-of-Commerce hype

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Two More Say Goodbye To Harvard

The distinguished and august Harvard Faculty is running into a new problem: defectors. This week Martin M. Shapiro, professor of

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Shapiro Will Leave Harvard To Join Faculty at San Diego

Martin M. Shapiro, professor of Government and constitutional expert, will leave Harvard this June to take a tenured faculty position

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The Spirit Of Activism Returns

The rain seemed to have little effect on the 120 demonstrators who picketed in front of the OGCP office for

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Possible Fuel Shortage Spurs Sales of Firewood at Harvard

Companies selling firewood to Harvard students are enjoying higher sales and higher prices as a result of the threatened heating

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Declining J.V. Program Hurts Crimson Soccer

The Harvard junior varsity soccer program is quickly nearing extinction. There is no recognizable squad which can fulfill its necessary

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Freshman Booters Fall to Brown, 2-0 In Tough Contest

It was an ill wind that blew across the freshman soccer field yesterday as the visitors from Brown shut out

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