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Issue 24 : Tuesday, May 6, 1997
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Calls MIT America's Most Wired College
Weinberg to Receive Top Science Honor
UA Will Gauge Community Interest in Finals Week Logan Bus Service
MIT Computers Compete To Crack DES Encryption
World and Nation
Republic of Texas Member Dies in Battle with Rangers
In Major Victory for Tobacco, R.J. Reynolds Wins Lawsuit
Zairian Rebel Leader Predicts Victory over Mobutu Imminent
Budget Plan Sounds Impressive, Lacks Specifics on Many Issues
World Briefs I
World Briefs II
Weather - Same Old, Same Old
End to Dining Monopoly Is Welcome
MIT Should Overhaul Its Badly Broken Tenure Process
Physical Plant Should Repair Unattractively Dripping Arch
MIT/Cambridge Science Expo Proves a Tremendous Success
Letters to the Editor
Outside Donations Should Not Become Internal Scholarships
Women's Ice Hockey Reaches Semifinals In National Tourney
The trees make their triumphant entry into Killian Court. The crane rights the trees and places them in their new homes outside of Building 10. There they will grace the sides of the stage during Commencement in June.
The trip to Killian Court met unexpected problems as the crab apple trees became caught in trees along Memorial Drive. A worker tries to free the crab apple tree. A crane eventually came, and the trees spent the rest of the trip horizontal.
A crane lifts this carefully packaged crab apple tree out of its log-time home outside of Building E53 for a short trip to its new place in Killian Court. The tree's roots were pruned and wrapped in burlap in preparation for the move.
Jiri Schindler--The Tech
Jeff Holly G passes the ball from the scrum in the MIT rugby team's 20-0 victory over Boston Gentlemen rugby club on Saturday.
Thomas R. Karlo--The Tech
Soprano Andrea Ehrenreich performs in Kresge Auditorium last Friday night along with the MIT Concert Choir and Symphony Orchestra.
Jiri Schindler--The Tech
Despite a solid performance by the infield, like this catch by second baseman Nikhil Batra '98, backed up by first baseman Joel Morales '99, MIT lost 1-0 to the Suffolk University Rams in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader at Briggs Field. MIT lost the second game 5-1.
Chun Hua Zheng--The Tech
Joseph Puleio, founder of American jujitsu, demonstratres his physical and mental powers at a seminar on methosds of achieving success in life entitled "Power of the Mind," held last Saturday in DuPont Gymnasium.
Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
The new group MITCAN, dedicated to presenting the traditional music and dance of Africa, will perform in Kresge Auditorium on Thursday at 8 p.m.
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