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A photo captain on page 12 of yesterday's Crimson misidentified James White, of the men's basketball team, as James Wright.

A story on page one of yesterday's paper attributed certain statements to Kathryn R. Manning '95. In fact, they had been made by Traci R. Manning '95.

A story on page one of Saturday's paper identified the group AIDS Education and Outreach as Aids Education and Outreach.

Also on page one of Saturday's paper, contrary to the impression given by a story about the Cuban-American student group CAUSA, Cesar Conde '95, who was elected president, will jointly head the organization with Carlos A. Zumpano '96, chair. The president will be undertaking the task of relating CAUSA's future objectives to the public Conde and Zumpano are co-founders of CAUSA.

A graphic on page one of yesterday's paper contained a mislabelled bar chart. The correct graphic should have appeared as follows:

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