The so called "emerging nations" have been emerging all over the front pages in recent years, causing concern and puzzlement
The varsity tennis team defeated Yale yesterday, as most people had expected, but not before the Elis had given the
For the first time in four years, only second place in the Eastern Intercollegiate Tennis League will be at stake
I don't like yearbooks. Several hours wasted with 325, the latest product of Harvard Yearbook Publications, only strengthen this conviction.
The Eastern League and Big Three tennis championships will probably be decided tomorrow afternoon at Princeton, as Harvard and Princeton
In weather more suitable for football than for tennis, the undefeated varsity tennis team picked up another impressive victory yesterday
Gary Adelman and Kal Pollen pulled out a tense 9-7 third set to win the third doubles match, and gave
If the Cambridge weather holds off long enough to let the courts dry, the varsity tennis team will open a
No one makes very great artistic demands of a Hasty Pudding Show. It doesn't have to be a great contribution
Anyone who has spent much time in the Boston area must be used to a certain amount of grousing about
"I guess we can't keep it a secret any longer," Yale football coach Jordan Olivar said after Saturday's game, "this
"This is the most fitting conclusion for this crazy campaign," said Charles von Fremd of CBS News at 5 A.M.
More than 600,000 happy people filled the streets of Boston last night, as Jack Kennedy returned home for the last
PRINCETON, N.J.--For the second time in this frustrating season, the Harvard football team won the statistics, but lost the ballgame.
It will be the Ivy League's most powerful offense meeting the tightest defense this afternoon at Princeton's Palmer Stadium, as