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WASHINGTON--Martin Chancey, secretary of the local unit of the Communist Party, asked Attorney-General Frank Murphy today to investigate the "lawless,

Huskers Stomp Sooners; PSU Hangs Tough in Evanston

Now it gets really interesting. In State College, Pa., and Chapel Hill, N.C., next weekend four teams with perfect records

Lions' Near-Miss Drops PSU to Second; Huskers Reign

Penn State and LSU wanted to avoid letdowns after emotional victories last week. Neither did. Ohio State and Florida wanted

Somerville Murder Trial Begins

During the first day of jury selection for the trial of accused 17-year-old killer Edward S. O'Brien Jr., attorneys impaneled

Don King Gives Talk At HLS

Flamboyant boxing promoter Don King yesterday credited the U.S. Constitution for his success and urged Harvard Law School students to

Primaries Close

Oklahoma Rep. Mike Synar narrowly lost a Democratic runoff to a retired school principal who spent less than $17,000 on

In Chicopee, Ballot Counting No Longer Manual

CHICOPEF, Mass.--A small army of election workers have counted ballots by hand in this western Massachusetts city for as long

Kennedy Gains A Granddaughter

WASHINGTON--It's granddaughter No. 2 for Sen. Edward Kennedy. Kennedy announced yesterday that his daughter, Kara Kennedy Allen, gave birth to

WORLD

SEQOUL, South Korea- Foreign Minister Han Sung- joo will visit Washington next week to discuss North Korea's withdrawl from an

International Community Fondly Remembers Arthur Ashe

Arthur Ashe was an inspiration, a goodwill ambassador of tennis and a missionary of Black American sports. The tennis world

Don't Be Surprised if Buffalo Surprises Redskins

The Buffalo Bills will win the Super Bowl because: 1. Jim Kelly is a better quarterback than Mark Rypien. 2.

Pittsburgh Penguins Sign MacEachern

Shawn McEachern, the leading scorer on the U.S. Olympic hockey team, signed a multi-year contract Tuesday and will join the

Redskins, Bills Anticipate Super Sunday

Even though he made the Pro Bowl, Mark Schlereth, Washington's right guard, calls himself "a piglet." That's because in the

Financial Problems Besiege 1996 Games

Nationsbank Corp. announced Monday it will provide a $300 million secured line of credit to help finance the 1996 Summer

Stanford Hires Walsh as Football Coach

STANFORD, Calif.--Bill Walsh became the coach at Stanford University yesterday, declining a chance to rejoin the San Francisco 49ers to

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