A debating society has been organized by the students at Dartmouth.
A plan of following a course in Journalism is being considered at Boston University.
The Christmas recess at Wellesley begins Wednesday and extends to January 5th.
The Princeton Glee Club will give its annual concert at Princeton on Wednesday evening.
A portrait of Professor Langdell, Dean of the Law School, has been hung in the Law School Library.
Ex-Senator Petterson of New Hampshire has been appointed professor of oratory at Dartmouth.
The Dartmouth Glee and Banjo Clubs will take a trip through New Hampshire and Massachusetts during their Christmas vacation.
ON DECKTODAY No Events. TOMORROW W. Soccer at New Hampshire, 3 p.m. W. Volleyball vs. Dartmouth, 7 p.m.
NEW HAMPSHIRE TO MEET CRIMSON NINEHARVARD NEW HAMPSHIRE Burns c.f. s.s. Ramsey Jones r.f. 2b. Hatch Zarakov 3b. 3b. Hoyt Lord l.f. c.f. Jenkins Tobin 1b. l.f. Gustafson Ullman 2b. r.f. Hicks
Harvard Advances To Third In Latest AP Grid StandingsHarvard, riding high on the crest of last week's 51-0 victory over Columbia, has begun to move back up in
BOOTERS BEAT INDIANS 3 TO 0 AS MENDEL STARSCoach Jack Carr's shifty soccer eleven drove right through Dartmouth's heavy defense to score a 3 to 0 triumph over
AROUND THE IVIES: Ivy Football Sees Battle of Unbeatensanta must have come a few months early this year, because I’m going to get the best present I could have asked for in Friday night’s clash between Harvard (6-0, 3-0 Ivy) and Dartmouth (6-0, 3-0). You see, this is not only supposed to be a dogfight in that reminds you why you’re a football fan to begin with, in the heart-pounding, anticipatory, will-this-last-second-field-goal-be-good sort of way, but it might be the only dogfight I get to cover all year.