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Students Will Propose Substitutes For CRR

A group of House Committee chairmen and representatives has almost completed drafting a proposal for two new internal disciplinary committees

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

An Unwilling Candidate

Both in September and as late as three weeks ago, Derek Bok strongly denied any interest in the Harvard presidency,

Hawk and Dove

The men and women in the Boston Club last night were never worried about winning. The figures on the blackboard

Association Declares American Law Schools Patronize Minorities

A report of the Association of American Law Schools, released this week, concludes that many law schools have adopted "patronizing

No Existing Federal Laws Can Suspend Civil Right

The United States has no federal legislation comparable to Canada's War Emergency Act invoked by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau yesterday,

From the Farm Good Riddance To the Sixties

Boston, 202 pp. THE LIBERATION News Service appeared in the fall of 1967 as what seemed to be an underground,

Law School to Present A Special Conference On 'The Black Lawyer'

A special two-day symposium on "The Black Lawyer in America Today" will begin Friday at the Law School, Walter J.

Faubus in Fierce Fight

(Special to the CRIMSON) LITTLE ROCK, Ark Aug. 7-With slightly more than two weeks remaining before the primary elections here,

60 on Law Faculty Send Congress Anti-War Letter

Sixty law professors-more than 90 per cent of the Law Faculty-have sent every member of Congress an open letter asking

Police Disperse Crowds in Square Following Peaceful Demonstration

An estimated 650 state and city policemen dispersed a crowd of 500 demonstrators who had occupied the Square for almost

Professors Claim Invasion Violated International Law

Law-professors agreed last night that President Nixon's decision to send U. S. troops into Cambodia was in violation of international

'Operation Total Victory' Continues; Congress Angered

President Nixon's decision to send U. S. troops into Cambodia provoked a torrent of critical reactions in the Senate yesterday.

Law Secretaries, AFL-CIO Official Talk About Union

More than 30 Law School secretaries attended a meeting yesterday with a representative of the National AFL-CIO to discuss the

Law School Secretaries Explore Possibility of Forming a Union

Law School secretaries will meet with a representative of the Professional Employees Union (AFL-CIO) at 1 p.m. today to explore