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Frederick W. Byron jr.

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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

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

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

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

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

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,

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

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

THE SPORTING SCENE

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

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

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,

No Sun in Venice

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

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

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

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

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
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Reconstruction 3.0