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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

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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