Only Bob Aaron of diving coach Bernie Kelley's three prodigees qualified for the high board finals in the Eastern Intercollegiate meet at New Haven with 138 points, as Pete Stenens and Tom Drohan were displaced in yesterday's lowboard preliminaries.
Today, however, the Crimson will emerge from its Hotel Taft billets enmasse in the teeth of the first seeded Bulldogs. Captain John Watkins will be taking the gun in the 100 sprint, Jerry Gorman, Forbes Norris, and Larry Miner in the quarter mile, and Chuck Hoelzer in the 200-yard butterfly.
The other New England qualifier in the dive was Dartmouth's Ed Leede, who placed high in the standings with 152 points. According to expectations the Blue hosts were setting the pace.
Crimson Varsity to Face Veteran Michigan SextetCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., March 14--The varsity hockey team, a relative newcomer to the NCAA playoff, will meet the New York
NEA Rejects Grant for Boston ExhibitBOSTON--The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) rejected a grant for an exhibit at the Institute for Contemporary Art, which
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A Tasteless PhotographTo the Editors of the Crimson: In regard to your coverage of the MBTA construction fatality on May 18, 1982,
ASOTELLITESSpeaking of cheerful news the students of the Army Supply Officers' Training School are now taking what is known in