A photo caption with an Oct. 10 Sports article about the Harvard University heavyweight rowing crew that went to the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City misidentified some of those pictured. The photo is reprinted above with a corrected caption.
An article about Fujiko Nakaya’s fog installations in Boston in this weekend’s Arts & Style section, which was printed in advance, incorrectly says that a dome installation at Expo ’70 in Osaka, Japan, was designed by R. Buckminster Fuller. It was designed by Kenzo Tange. An Oct. 12 Page One article about the week’s stock market plunge reflecting fears of slower economic growth misspelled the last name of Rajeev Dhawan, head of the economic forecasting center at Georgia State University.
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Harvard’s 1968 heavyweight rowing crew: coxswain Paul Hoffman, surrounded by, from left, Art Evans, Curt Canning, Andrew Larkin, Scott Steketee, Fritz Hobbs, Steve Brooks, Mike Livingston and Dave Higgins.