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Plums and Prunes

The "hot 100" column in each issue of the weekly magazine Billboard lists in order the top 100 "singles" (45-rpm

Nixon: An Historical Symposium

S AM ERVIN thought that Nixon got into trouble because his gang "undertook to nullify the laws of God and

The Case Against Cosell

T HE BEST THING about Howard Cosell's book Cosell is that his grating voice is not a part of it.

The Theory

S AM ERVIN thinks Nixon's in trouble because his gang "undertook to nullify the laws of God and the laws

Voices From The Drug Culture

P EOPLE WHO smoke dope don't really care how intelligible their doing so is to anybody else. It's not as

Ellsberg Is Next 'Advocates' Topic

Ernest Gruening '06, former U.S. Senator from Alaska, said last night that Daniel Ellsberg '52 "should be given the equivalent

CRR Finds Nine Students Guilty Of Disrupting 'Counter Teach-In'

The Committee on Rights and Responsibilities (CRR) has found nine students guilty of violating University rules by acting disruptively at

'Teach-In' Disruption Hearings End; CRR to Announce Verdicts Soon

The last-and longest -of the Committee on Rights and Responsibilities' (CRR) "Counter Teach-In" disruption hearings ended yesterday. The CRR will

Black Students Comprise 2.8 Per Cent Of Enrollment at U. S. Medical Schools

Although over 11 per cent of the U. S. population is black, only 2.2 per cent of the country's physicians-and

Cox Expected Speech to Quiet Teach-In Crowd

Archibald Cox '34, Williston Professor of Law, yesterday told a panel of the Committee on Rights and Responsibilities (CRR) that

CRR Panels Hear Charges Against 11 More Students

Members of the Committee on Rights and Responsibilities (CRR) have heard the cases of all but two of the 21

Dunlop Refuses to Talk To Four SDS Members With a Tape Recorder

Dean Dunlop yesterday refused to talk with four members of SDS who had arranged an appointment with him, because one

SDS to 'Confront' Dunlop Today; Epps Approves Pro-War Teach-In

SDS has called a rally for 3:15 p.m. today in front of University Hall to "confront" Dean Dunlop about Harvard's

Policeman Arrests Berlow After Tip-off by Student

John T. Berlow '71-against whom the Harvard administration filed criminal charges in connection with the disruption of the March 26

Students for Just Peace Press Charges Against 16 for Disruption

Members of H-R Students for a Just Peace (SJP) filed charges Wednesday against 16 people who they said helped disrupt