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...It's Derek Bok, The Answer

In case you haven't met him, he's the one standing in the corner in the simple black suit with the

The Final Days ROTC-Nobody Said Goodbye

Take a trip down memory lane, the narrow shady pathway that runs next to the Bio labs on Divinity Street,

D. C. Injunction Lifted After The Vets: Gut-Level Doves

(Special to the CRIMSON) WASHINGTON, D. C., April 23-Several hundred Vietnam veterans ended the most hectic day of their four-day

March Plans in Final Stage

(Special to the CRIMSON) Washington, D.C., April 21-Preparations for Saturday's march, the third in the last two years, hit the

Vets Lay Wreath in Arlington; Berger Upholds Camp Injunction

(Special to the CRIMSON) WASHINGTON, April 20-Kneeling quietly, their heads bowed and hands folded reverently, over 300 Vietnam Veterans Against

Lobby in Congress

(Special to the CRIMSON) WASHINGTON, D. C.-Congressmen arriving for the noon rollcall yesterday at the Capitol must have wondered whether

In Washington Vietnam Veterans to Protest the War

(Special to the CRIMSON) WASHINGTON, D. C., April 18- Dennis O'Brien, Roslindale High School class of '66, United States Marine

Reporter Fined In Agnew Case

Wendell C. Smith, 28, the Phoenix reporter charged with disturbing a public assembly during the March 18 speech of Vice-President

Police, Protesters Clash As Agnew Vilifies Media

While battalions of Boston police held 3500 antiwar demonstrators at bay outside the Sheraton Hotel last night, Vice President Spiro

Showdown at Sunset on the Xerox StripSquare Copiers Growing Anxious Over Price War

It's a range war on the Xerox Strip-an all-cut fight for the right to reproduce, automation's answer to the gas

Bok: A Lucky Man Who Made the Grade

"The first thing you'll have to do is get a phone you can disconnect," Francis H. Burr '35, Senior Fellow

Bok to be 25th President

At approximately noon today the Harvard Corporation and Board of Overseers will announce the selection of Derek C. Bok, dean

Presidency Speculation Zeroes in on Bok

All indications yesterday supported published speculation that Derek C. Bok, dean of the Harvard Law School, will become the University's

Burr Says Announcement of a President Not Due Until January 4, Maybe Later

The first day after Christmas vacation has been set as the earliest possible date for the announcement of the next

The Presidency: Clip and Save Part II

(The following brief sketches fill out the last nine of the 23 candidates on the Corporation's latest list of men