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The movement to designate the intersection of Bow and Plympton Sts. "Elihu Yale Square" received another setback Monday, when the Cambridge City Council voted down a motion by Councillor Alfred E. Vellucci to take the proposal from the Finance Committee.
Vellucei first made the proposal last May but it was sent to the Finance Committee, because, as Councillor Joseph A. DeGuglielmo '29 put it, "the Council has to see if the city has enough money for a sign saying Yale Square."
Chief occupant of the proposed Yale Square is the Harvard Lampoon.
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