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That Harvard's embarrassing union trouble, bubbling over with threats and accusations a month ago, was now quietly fermenting in the stew of the State Labor Relations Board appeared as only temporary relief in the six-months-old tension last night.
Almost certain with in the next few days is an action of the Massachusetts commission ordering an election among all workers employed by the University and engaged in the labor dispute, with the possible exception of the kitchen workers who already hold a contract.
Important cases in other parts of the state were solely responsible for holding up the Board's decision on questions of unfair labor practice here raised over a month ago by Robert H. Everitt, international representative of A. F. of L. Building Service workers.
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