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Polo Club Defeats Yale By One Goal In 'Sloppy' Contest

The Harvard Polo Club narrowly defeated a surprisingly fast Yale team, 14-13, Saturday night. The Yale team led the scoring

City Council Gives Mayor Control Over Task Force

The Cambridge City Council voted last might to transfer the Harvard Square Task Force from the Jurisdiction of the city

Polo Club Hoping for Best Season in a Decade

The Harvard Polo Club is thundering towards its best season since the horsemen revitalized the ancient sport in Cambridge eight

McInally Accepts Lowe Award From Gridiron Club of Boston

Senior wide receiver Pat McInally last night was presented the George Bulger Lowe award from the Gridiron Club of Greater

Dukakis, O'Neill, Bellotti and Guzzi Triumph, As Democrats Make Major Gains Nationwide

Democrat Michael S. Dukakis defeated Republican Governor Francis W. Sargent in a landslide victory that led a total Democratic sweep

For Kendall Sq., A Very Small Step

The Cambridge City Council brought the rejuvenation of the Kendall Square urban renewal area one small step closer to realization

Protesters Charge Mayor With Conflict of Interest

A member of the Cambridge Tenants Organizing Committee (CTOC) charged in a City Council meeting last night that Mayor Walter

City Council Votes to Prohibit Cambridge Common Concerts

The Cambridge City Council voted last night to "ban all future musical concerts and art festivals on the Cambridge Common."

Mike Harrington: The Task of Restoring Credibility to Government

Michael J. Harrington '58 is the Democratic congressman from the sixth district of Massachusetts. The third-term lawmaker represents one of

Committee Asks Investigation Of O'Neill's Seminar Remarks

Rabbi Baruch Korff, chairman of the National Citizens Committee for Fairness to the President, has asked for an investigation to

O'Neill Predicts Evidence Will Force Nixon to Quit

Rep. Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. (D-Mass), majority leader of the House of Representatives, said yesterday that President Nixon may resign

Quinn Charges Major Utilities With Discriminatory Rate Hikes

Atty. Gen. Robert H. Quinn filed a complaint Wednesday alleging that ten private electric utilities have discriminated against consumers in

States to Continue Evaluation Of Curran's Prison Proposal

The New England Governors Conference decided yesterday to refer a report recommending the establishment of a regional "special offenders" prison

Equal Sex Ratio Petition Draws 1271 Signatures

At least 1271 undergraduates yesterday signed a petition protesting the present unequal sex ratios in Harvard admissions policies. An incomplete