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Republican Sears Attacks Connolly On 'Gimmick Issue'

John W Sears '52, Republican candidate for Massachusetts State Secretary, last night accused his Democratic opponent James Michael Connolly of

Blake Advises Third Stream Composers

Ran Blake, composer and chairman of the Music Department of the New England Conservatory of Music, told composers to listen

National Grant Helps Women's Library Stock

Radcliffe College will receive a $16,000 grant to the Schlesinger Library for the collection of historical information on women's organizations.

City Likely to Okay Gym Permit

The Cambridge City Building Department will probably give the go-ahead to the University's application to build the Radcliffe gymnasium at

Harvard to Apply for Building Permit

A one-year Cambridge building moratorium expired on July 3 and Radcliffe officials are again preparing to face community, opposition. Officials

Stadium Opens for Manilow Concert; Boston Sponsors 'Summerthing' Benefit

In the first concert performance in Harvard Stadium in nine years, pop singer Barry Manilow is scheduled to make an

Yale Submits Final Report, Retains South African Stock

The Board of Trustees of the Yale Corporation decided Wednesday not to divest its investments in South Africa. The decision

Court Decides Carlin Routine Not Fit for Air

The Supreme Court last week backed the Federal Communications Commission and banned the broadcast of comedian George Carlin's routine on

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Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads