The North: Oxford & Cambridge

The auditorium of Rindge Technical High School in Cambridge, Mass., is roomy (1,500 seats), cheap to rent ($75 a night) and, all in all, a fine spot for the "thoughtprovoking and controversial speakers" that the students of the Harvard Law School Forum promise to bring before the public. But the mayor of Cambridge, Edward A. Crane (Harvard '35), who is also chairman of the school committee, last week provided a controversy of his own. Crane's school board refused to rent the auditorium for a Forum speech by Mississippi's Governor Ross Barnett. "If...

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