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Crowd of 200 Waits in Vain, As Eagleton Fails to Show Up

What began as a disappointing crowd of 60 people come to hear Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton speak at Lowell Lecture

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Silence Marks 'Victory Party'

The 200 people who showed up at McGovern election night headquarters in Boston greeted the prospect of a long and

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Miami Start Slowly . . . . . . McGovern Is Optimisitc

MIAMI BEACH--The transformation which by late yesterday had turned the Doral from a plush resort hotel to Senator George McGovern's

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Room 13 Center Slates Talk Groups On Freshmen Problems at Harvard

Room 13, the student-run counseling service, plans to inaugurate discussion groups for freshmen next year. Co-director Laurie J. Oliver '72-3

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N. H. Headquarters Calm As Ballots Are Counted

MANCHESTER, N.H.--Headquarters here were deserted last night as candidates, press and campaign workers retired to ballrooms and press lounges throughout

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Wald Returns After Month in China

Overflowing with admiration for the Chinese people, George Wald. Higgins Professor of Biology, returned to Harvard last night, wrapping up

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McGovern--From the Back of a Chevy

H e is a strange mixture of Americana. Speaking in a slow, relaxed voice which retains a Dakota twang, George

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McGovern: 'Return to Robin Hood'

Senator George McGovern (D.-S.D.) announced that he would grant amnesty to all draft resisters if he were elected president, in

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Counsel to University Sends Dope On Drug Regulations to Students

The office of the General Counsel to the University has distributed to College dormitories a nine-page pamphlet on Massachusetts state

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Chase Casts '75 Class; More Parts for Smarts

This year's annual report from the Admissions Committee contains a revealing profile of the philosophies and practices which govern Harvard's

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Students Meet Dean May, Deliberate Future of CRR

Harvard and Radcliffe students will meet in two weeks to consider the future of the Committee on Rights and Responsibilities

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Union Will Fight Possible Layoffs

Full Harvard-Radcliffe merger, still a distant possibility, poses the threat of job layoffs for many of the 185 members of

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Med School Announces New Program

The latest Medical School annual report, soon to be released, contains the outline for a joint Harvard M. I. T.

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Two Health Plans: Nixon's and Harvard's

President Nixon's proposed three billion dollar national health insurance plan, unveiled last week, has been drawing sharp criticism from local

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Winthrop St. Fire Quelled

A two-alarm fire tore through an office building at 67 Winthrop Street last night, destroying a Civil Liberties legal aid

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