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The Lecture System: Its Value at Harvard

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Further Trials of the Vagabond

Vag shuddered as he spotted an old friend walking down the street toward him. He was always some-what apprehensive at

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UAC's Plan Urges Masters To Appoint Cheerleaders

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Powerful Yale Swimmers Meet Varsity Today

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70 Writers to Hear Plans For Fund Program Today

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Kennedy Deflates Rumors Regarding Hum 130 Exam

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