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The CRIMSON will distribute a preference poll on the Massachusetts Senatorial race tomorrow evening at dinner in the Union and the House dining halls.
With H. Stuart Hughes, professor of History, Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy '54, and George Cabot Lodge '50, all vying to represent the Commonwealth in the Senate, this year's race has been of considerable interest to the Harvard community.
All College undergraduates will be able to vote from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Radcliffe students will be able to obtain ballots during dinner at the bell desk in each brick dormitory.
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