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Strong Princeton Passing Offensive Defeats Crimson

PRINCETON, N.J., Nov. 11-There just was no contest out at Palmer Stadium yesterday. A Princeton football team, two-strong at every

Penn Eleven Outplays Crimson, 28-14

If Democrats could establish a parallel between predictions about the Presidential race and about Harvard football games, then there would

Powerful Offense Gives Varsity Eleven Decisive Advantage Over Penn

Harvard's offensive-minded A-formation football team, having already scored more points in three Ivy games this year than in any full

Pusey Says Fund Program Points Up National Needs

President Pusey emphasized yesterday that the forthcoming multi-million dollar "Program for Harvard College" represents more than a grandiose alumni drive.

President Pusey Announces Most Extensive Alumni Fund Drive in Educational History

President Pusey has called upon Harvard alumni to support the most ambitious fund-raising campaign ever to be carried on by

Ivy League: Formalizing the Fact

The oldest football conference in the United States will be formally recognized today when Cornell and Harvard meet on Schoellkopf

Powerful Tufts Eleven Overcomes Crimson Varsity in Opener, 19-13

As hard as it may be for Harvard fans to believe, the Crimson was not upset by little Tufts on

Untried Crimson Will Face Jumbos In Season Opener This Afternoon

When asked about his team's chances this afternoon, Tufts' President Nils Y. Wessell said emphatically, "We'll win!" Nobody has thought

GSAS to Boost Income For Married Students

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences officially declared yesterday that married students should be entitled to more income than

Killian Says M.I.T.'s Funds Not Adequate

M.I.T.'s President James R. Killian, following the lead of the University's Nathan M. Pusey and Radcliffe's Wilbur K. Jordan, asserted

H.S.T. Says Eisenhower Endangers U.S. Welfare

Harry S. Truman charged President Eisenhower last night with endangering the welfare of the country by running for a second

Egg in Your Beer

For the second time in three years, something short of a religious crusade will take place in the Harvard Stadium

U.S. Drops Indictment Against Furry As Julian Finds Evidence 'Insufficient'

The government decided yesterday not to continue its prosecution of Wendell H. Furry, associate professor of Physics, who was indicted

430 Women to Receive Degrees From Radcliffe

Two hundred and twenty-nine Radcliffe College seniors will make the long march from the Radcliffe Yard to Sanders Theatre this

Riesman Says Present Graduate More Sure Than 25 Years Ago

Five of the Class of 1931's "most successful sons" told a near-capacity New Lecture Hall audience yesterday what Harvard had