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Henry Griggs

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Graham Defeats Toomey In Race for State House

While Rep. Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill Jr. (D-Mass.) promised a nationwide Democratic "tidal wave" at the Fantasia in Cambridge, Independent

City Council Hears Cambion Conflict

In a meeting marked by accusation and firebrand rhetoric, the Cambridge City Council last night heard testimony from three sides

Al Vellucci: Pepperoni and homemade wine

The last time I saw Al Vellucci on the street, he was at his best. It was a bright Saturday

A Wasteland

W HEN I WAS ten years old, my friend Dougy and I used to talk in the cafeteria lunch line

City Votes to Make Overpass a Park

The Cambridge City Council last night voted to press the city's claim to the use of the overpass connecting the

With the state's law dying in committee, weaker local controls may well be on the way

Since the beginning of the year, the question of keeping rent control legislation alive in Massachusetts has been a source

Councilors Order Probe of Shooting Of Dogs by Police

The Cambridge City Council last night ordered special investigations of an incident Saturday night in which two Cambridge Police officers

City Council

First-term City Councilor David Clem introduced two resolutions at Monday night's City Council meeting that would make rent control and

City Manager Asks for Civilian To Serve in Top Police Post

Cambridge will have a commissioner at the head of its police department next year if four liberals on the City

Council Hears Plan to Boost Water Bill for City, Schools

It will cost Harvard a little more every time a student takes a shower if the City Council approves the

City Council Sends Health Bill To State for Consideration

The City Council voted 5-4 last night to send to the state legislature an act that will reorganize Cambridge's Health

Cambridge Council Bans All Cigarettes In Public Places

Mayor Walter J. Sullivan said Tuesday that he will ask the City Council to reconsider at its next meeting an

Harvard Bookstore Ends Policy Giving Discounts to Faculty

The Harvard Bookstore has ended its 40-year policy of giving College faculty members a ten per cent discount because of

MUSIC

Eddle "Lockjaw" Davis. Davis was born to play the tenor sax, it seems. Eight months after he bought his first

Ad Board Denies Request For Physics Final Waiver

The Administrative Board of the Summer School has denied a request by Paul G. Bamberg '63, associate professor of Physics,