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'63 Acceptances Hit Record Peak; Freshman Seminar Plans Outlined

An unprecedented acceptance rate set by members of the incoming Class of 1963 has put unexpected pressure on the College

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Speculation over Honoraries Grows; Big Crime Contest Open to Students

Every year as the workmen in the Yard hurry to finish the Tercentenary Theatre for Commencement exercises, speculation begins over

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The Most Dangerous Sin

The Most Dangerous Sin is the latest attempt to move Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment from novel to movie, and on

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Crimson Nine Trounces B.C., 9-1; Wadsworth Gives Up Only 4 Hits

Ed Wadsworth pitched his finest game of the year and former J.V. outfielder Dave Shima delivered three important hits in

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Overseers' Committee Has Meeting at 'Cliffe

The Overseers' Committee to Visit Harvard College broke precedent yesterday afternoon by visiting Radcliffe College. In tacit recognition of a

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Russian Rector Expects Exchange System Soon

Another intermediate step towards the final goal of a Harvard-Leningrad exchange program was taken successfully yesterday. Professor A. D. Alexandrov,

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American League: Red Sox Forever; Tigers, White Sox May Challenge

It is always somewhat distressing, as the opening of the baseball season rolls around, to see writers all over the

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Yale Deans Place All Students On Probation for Parade Riot

NEW HAVEN, March 16--In a dramatic move designed to soothe town-gown bitterness caused by the St. Patrick's parade riot here

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THE SPORTING SCENE

With another season of intercollegiate squash in the record books, an unusual distribution of squash power throughout the Intercollegiate League

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CEP to Conduct Study Of Admissions Policies

A newly-formed sub-committee of the powerful Committee on Educational Policy has been set up to study the general problem of

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Crimson Depth Proves Superior As Squash Varsity Upsets Yale

In one of the finest performances seen at Harvard in recent years, the Crimson squash team defeated Yale's National Champions,

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No Sun in Venice

As one local theatre buff remarked after the final showing of No Sun in Venice last night, "This is the

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Underdog Crimson Squash Team To Oppose Powerful Yale Squad

With a slight chance for the Eastern Intercollegiate championship still open and with the Ivy League title at stake, the

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Former Squash Captain Wins Nationals

Benjamin H. Heckscher '57, former Crimson squash captain, won the national amateur squash championship yesterday in Hemenway. Playing before a

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Hot Courts, Rowdy Crowd Defeat Varsity Squash Team, 6-3, at Navy

"In the hottest courts I have ever seen and before a packed gallery that screeched before, during and after each

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