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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.

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