THE HOUSE: WHO'S NEW IN THE CONGRESS

RONALD DELLUMS, 35, Democrat, Calif., is an Afro-topped and bell-bottomed radical black who comes to Congress "to legitimize the protests of the young people and blacks." An exMarine, former psychiatric social worker and Berkeley city councilman, he will stand out sharply, but warns: "I'm not here as some curiosity. I've got some heavy things going on in my head."

PIERRE ("PETE") DU PONT IV, 36, Republican, Del., looks the industrial scion he is: slender, aristocratic, out of Exeter, Princeton and Harvard Law School. He is most concerned about the U.S. drug problem,...

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