Representative J. J. Reardon, of South Boston, has filed a bill in the Massachusetts House of Representatives to "investigate the proposed plans of Harvard University to engage in the business of the distribution of heat to the City of Cambridge and such other corporations that it may so propose to do, and to determine that it's engaging in such business is beyound the powers of it's charter." This bill refers to the fact that Mayor Russell of Cambridge is seeking a contract with the University to buy heat for use in the Rindge Technical School. Harvard has not yet signed any such contract, but the matter is under consideration, it was learned last night.
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