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For Now, You Can Still Borrow Widener's Books

In November, 1973, Giles Constable '50, Lea Professor of Medieval History, wrote a letter to Dean Rosovsky and fellow faculty

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He Ran the Show

One of the hundreds of stories about Richard Joseph Daley making the rounds in Chicago these days concerns a trip

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Allison Proposal Will Not Stall Carter Choices

Spokesmen for President-elect Jimmy Carter's transition team yesterday denied published reports that the incoming administration has held off on key

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Carter, Ford Camps, Keep Tense Vigils

Jimmy Carter swept to an overwhelming if unsurprising victory over President Ford in Massachusetts last night, winning by substantial margins

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Just Going Through the Motions: The Ford and Carter Campaigns in Massachusetts

Jimmy Carter's Massachusetts campaign against President Ford is sort of like the Harvard-Cornell football game--but the Carter people have a

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Rep. Young Tells Carter Supporters To Bring Out Vote

Rep. Andrew Young (D-Ga.), the man to whom Jimmy Carter says he most owes his campaign success, yesterday exhorted workers

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Pavlovich Case Spurs Official Change

Spiro M. Pavlovich III, the Law School student indicted last February for forging documents to secure admission to Harvard, has

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The Soap Box, The Ballot Box, The Jury Box and The Cartridge Box

I stopped in at Chicago's Conrad Hilton Hotel recently, exactly eight years after the Democratic National Convention. The Yippies and

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Ruth Colker Elected RUS President

Ruth Colker '78 was overwhelmingly elected president of the Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) Tuesday in a large turnout election

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Boy Scouts to Camp on Athletic Field

More than 15,000 Boy Scouts will converge on Harvard's athletic fields this weekend to participate in "Scouting Spirit '76," a

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Two Versions Of the Same Story

When faculty members in the History Department began viewing excerpts of the Visiting Committee report to the Board of Overseers

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History Department Will Weigh Proposal to Ease Requirements

The Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC) of the History Department will debate a proposal next week that would change departmental requirements

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Racquetwomen Demolish Smith; Extend String of Victories

Radcliffe's varsity tennis team polished off a tough Smith College squad 5-0 yesterday in what captain Lissa Muscatine called the

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The American Connection

Felix Twaalfhoven '79 is half Dutch, half Swiss. His parents were educated in the United States, his father at the

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A Rose by Any Other Name

Ardley and Maureen Hanemann of New Orleans were not very surprised last December when they heard about the fits their

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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