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South House Name Change Seems Likely

Twenty people who attended a meeting of the South House committee last night overwhelmingly voted to rename the House before

Still No Money To Fix Up Sever Hall

In October 1973, then assistant dean of the Faculty for resources and planning Richard G. Leahy, said he hoped funds

Jefferson Park Clinic Opening Scheduled for Early Spring

The North Cambridge Health Care and Social Services Center will open to serve residents of that area this spring, a

Bok To Make TV Appearance On NBC'S 'Meet The Press'

President Bok will make a televised appearance this Sunday on NBC's Meet the Press, two years after one of his

Edelin Is Still Waiting

In April 1974 Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin was indicted for manslaughter after he performed an abortion without attempting to save

Stickwomen Lose Post-Season Game

The Harvard International Men's Field Hockey, team completed its one-game season yesterday, defeating the Radcliffe varsity team 5-0. Sporting a

Students Use Apprenticeships To Work in Rural Medicine

During the past two years Harvard's Rural Health Apprenticeship Program (RHAP) has placed 23 students in areas of the United

Recycling Delayed

Disorganization and inefficiency caused the four-week delay in starting Harvard's paper recycling program this year, the program's student coordinator said

Freshman Council Is 'Social'; Does Not Affect School Police

The Freshman council fills a needed position each year, but the people affiliated with it don't always agree on what