Any relationship requires some give and some take. Well, I've taken a great deal from you for the last three years--most of it flack--so now it's my turn to give. Specifically, I'm giving Christmas gifts, and you're right, you can breathe easier now, because this is my final column of the 1977 season.
You can imagine my surprise when, in a rare moment of altruism, I decided to give...
...Steve McNabb a new typewriter to replace the one Pat's towed away.
...Marty Leape my resume.
...Bob Baggott an autographed picture of himself.
...Ethel Sadowsky the name of a good Chinese restaurant.
...Rich Weisman a punk.
...Rich de Bodo a watch that's on time.
...Master Hutchison a Student's Open House.
...Bruce Ballentine a 'P' on his Shakespeare paper.
...Dave Campbell the directions to an all-women's school in Montana.
...Laura Schanberg Bill Ginsberg.
...Bruce Shepherd a blow dryer.
...Bill Scheft the following words of advice: "You shouldn't pal around with (a) football players the Friday night before a game and (b) married men."
Crimson Wins, 23-2The Harvard Crimson touch football team remained unbeaten for 1977 yesterday, defeating the Law Review, 23-2, in a tension-packed contest
Radcliffe AthleticsTo the Editor of The Crimson: I would like to correct an error in the May 7 article on the
Class Fund Neglected by SeniorsThe present condition of the 1916 Class Fund Subscription is far from encouraging: less than one-third of the class have
Moussorgsky Music Will Be Heard, 'Seen'Eye and ear will be jointly stimulated at 3 p.m. this afternoon in the Paine Music Hall where a piano
Riding the ReputationI TRANSLATED a wedding invitation in Dutch at the Taj Mahal's employment office while looking for a job in Atlantic
THE VAGABONDVag leaned over the back of the chair and glared down at the flying typewriter keys. "Just what are you