Lewis Clayton

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Notes from Underground

For people in Wigglesworth the 12:45 train into Harvard Square is an annoying shudder coming up from the basement. But

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How Dumb Is Gerry Ford?

P EOPLE HAVE BEEN wondering about Gerry Ford's brains since he got into politics. When he first ran for Congress

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Outpost of Industrialism

P ATERSON, NEW JERSEY is a place that inspires people. It inspired poets Allan Ginsberg and William Carlos Williams, it

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Republican Incumbent Buckley Tops Sullivan for Sheriff Post

Incumbent Republican John J. Buckley won a close victory yesterday over Democratic challenger Mayor Walter J. Sullivan in the contest

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Buckley, Sullivan Vie in Close Race For County Sheriff

Incumbent Republican John J. Buckley and Cambridge Mayor Walter J. Sullivan were locked in a close battle for the post

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Council Declares Housing Project Emergency

The city council last night unanimously declared a state of emergency in Cambridge and asked the governor to assign state

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Maybe Times Used to be Better

T HERE'S A CERTAIN danger in looking backwards at an event, or a place. Descriptions of real problems seem to

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The Town Comes to Circus

W HEN YOU'RE running a circus, the point of the business is to get the customers excited, but not too

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Check and Mate

There are really only two types of chessplayers. There are the masters, grand, international and otherwise, and then there are

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Rent Control Lasts Through Another Week

The old city council chamber groaned with the weight of hundreds of protesters Monday night, gathered by tenants' organizations to

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Councillors Meet With Citizens To Discuss Rent Control Law

About 100 Cambridge residents and six out of nine city councillors attended a special meeting of the council last night

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A New Coalition Is Formed...

It took the City Council a month, but its members finally came up with a mayor Monday night. He is

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Seventy Attend a Discussion Of Planned New High School

Nearly 70 people attended a meeting last night to discuss plans for a proposed $24 million high school complex in

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Oil and Arabs: The Balance Shifts

T HE OIL INDUSTRY is the flagship of capitalism. Oil is the world's most traded commodity, and as a major

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Caution Reigns in New York

I N ITS 104TH try, the city with the greatest concentration of Jews in the world has elected its first

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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