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300 Stage Sit-In at Mallinckrodt Hall To Halt Dow Chemical Recruitment

About 300 Harvard and Radcliffe anti-war demonstrators sat-in yesterday in Mallinckrodt Laboratory, imprisoning a job recruiter from the Dow Chemical

Parietal Increase Put Off By Committee on Houses

The Committee on Houses decided yesterday "to take no action at this time" on the Harvard Undergraduate Council's proposal to

Peace Group May Request Special Election in April

The Cambridge Neighborhood Committee on Vietnam, a local peace group, will seek a special election if its 'dove' resolution does

City Solicitor to Speed Up Referendum Court Battle

Andrew T. Trodden, Cambridge City Solicitor, agreed yesterday to speed-up the court battle which will decide whether an anti-Vietnam war

HUC Will Press Longer Parietals

The nine Masters are to receive a letter this morning from the Harvard Undergraduate Council requesting new, much-extended parietal hours

Federal Help Unlikely For Starving in South

A spokesman for the Senate Subcommittee on Manpower, Employment, and Poverty said yesterday there was "no evidence" that the Administration

Senate Okays Draft Statute By 72-23 Vote

The draft bill which is expected to put an end to graduate deferments passed its last major hurdle yesterday when

Tests Office to Study Language Provisions

The Administrative Board is getting ready to take "another hard look at the language requirement" next fall, Dean Monro said

Republican Club Says MIG Base Bombings Not Militarily Useful

The Harvard Republican Club Tuesday night questioned the military expediency of the United States' most recent bombing "escalation" in North