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Roxbury, Quiet in Past, Finally Breaks into Riot; Why Did Violence Occur?

Last year a riot was unthinkable to many of Roxbury's residents. This year one happened. Until June 2, Boston's predominantly

Powell and the Law

The 90th Congress has consistently shown its lack of interest in new civil rights legislation and the anti-poverty program. Meanwhile,

Neustadt Named to Panel Advising on Airline Strike

President Johnson yesterday named Richard E. Neustadt, director of the Kennedy Institute to a three-man emergency board to make recommendations

Freshman Class Will Receive New House Applications Today

Dean Monro explained yesterday the details of the new House selections system, designed to "accomodate varying degrees of interest" among

Law School to Allow Ph.D. Work in GSAS

Harvard graduate students will be able to combine study towards a law degree and a Ph.D. in government under a

New Admissions Head, Vice Dean To Succeed Toepfer at Law School

Russell A. Simpson, assistant dean of the Law School, and Joseph E. Leininger, secretary of international legal studies, have been

Graduate Students Called As Draft Shortage Grows

An increasing number of Harvard students are being affected by the shortage of people eligible for the draft. In the

Higher Education Bill Would Benefit Library

The University library system stands to reap substantial benefits as an indirect result of a $5 million amendment to the

Scott Defends Johnson Vietnam Policy

Senator Hugh Scott (R_Pa.) last night defended the role of the Republican party as a loyal opposition, while emphasizing the

GSE Selects Projects; Summer School to Run

The Graduate School of Education has begun to approve plans for the use of a five-year $2.4 million federal grant

Sizer Deplores Weakness In Pre-College Humanities

"The weakest part of the curriculum in the public and private schools is the humanities," according to Theodore R. Sizer,

Columbia Obtains Slightly Smaller Grant from Ford

Columbia University, like Harvard, has received a multi-million dollar Ford Foundation grant for programs in international studies. The $10.9-million Columbia

Ripon President Proposes Steps To Save GOP

"It might take a generation for the Republican Party to make up for this year's losses," John S. Saloma, president

Drought Causes Charles's Stench

The Charles River, which never smells very well anyway, has a particularly bad odor this fall because of the drought,

Whitlock, City Council Will Meet To Consider Fate of Playground

The fate of the Corporal Burns Playground, which adjoins the new Married Students Housing Center, will be discussed at a