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Yearbook Publications will attempt to find what the "whole Harvard man" is in a poll distributed to every room tonight and tomorrow night by the sales staff. Results will appear in "314," the yearbook, which will come out this June.
David E. Lighthill of "314" designed the poll as a "snapshot of the College," and made it a cross between a poll on personal habits and one on social issues. Members of the Social Relations department checked the questionnaire.
Questions range from frequency of dating to opinions of General Education, and the poll closes with a section on world affairs.
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