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Hard Rain Falls

"The storm pattern we've been having should be ending soon," Robert Pannuto, meteorologist at the National Weather Service, said yesterday.

New City Councilor Wylie Advocates Rent Control

David A. Wylie, a former city councilor who lost his first bid for reelection in 1975, will return to the

Paton Lectures

"The rule of law has been severely eroded since 1961 in South Africa and I don't see much hope for

Yale Pickets Will Not Keep Harvard Students From Game

Despite the picket line striking Yale employees will form outside the Yale bowl Saturday afternoon to discourage people from attending

Kirkland Still Undefeated in House Football

After yesterday's three shutout House football games on Emerson Field, the cleats are muddy, the helmets are scratched, but the

'Didn't Come for Votes,' Vellucci States at Union

Cambridge would be a "beautiful city" without Harvard, Cambridge Mayor Alfred E. Vellucci said last night before about 60 students

News Shorts

Tom Snyder, the host of NBC's "The Tomorrow Show", will meet with more than 50 representatives from New England college

Vellucci Resigns State Job Following 'No-Show' Expose

Cambridge Mayor Alfred E. Vellucci resigned yesterday from a 27-year job as principal tax examiner for the state Department of

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