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A Quick Raise For Corcoran

Exchanges of charges, denials, innuendos and threats erupted this week after the city council on Monday approved a salary hike

Watson Says Increase in Club Support Unlikely

[This concludes a two-part series on club athletics.] While expressing sympathy for the plight of Harvard sports clubs. Athletic Director

Sports Clubs' Financial Picture Bleak; Members Criticize Athletic Department

Increasing financial burdens and a lack of support from the Department of Athletics have forced sports clubs at Harvard to

City Council Votes Against Building Of McDonald's

The Cambridge City Council voted unanimously last night to prevent the construction of a McDonald's restaurant in the place of

Texaco Begins Closing Valves On Harvard, Cambridge

Texaco Inc. sent both Harvard and Cambridge city government officials scrambling for workable energy-saving programs this week by announcing sizable

The Long, Hard Winter Looks Worse

Unexpected gasoline shortages may force the city government to cut back snowplowing and other public works programs this winter, city

Immigration Stirs Hawaiian Anger

W HEN HAWAII, in 1959, became the 50th State, few islanders thought they would regret the event. But now, 14

Singin' Along With 'Big Al'

Over plates of hot Italian sausage and tart green peppers, some 500 enthusiastic supporters awaited the arrival Monday night of

Three Gunmen Rob Policeman Of Building Keys, Pistol, Radio

Three men carrying handguns robbed a University policeman of his pistol, ammunition, radio and eight master keys late Wednesday night,

Huskies 10-6 Win Sinks Crimson's Waterpolo Hopes

Coming off a 12-3 rout over Northeastern at last weekend's MIT tourney, the Harvard waterpolo team expected fun and games

New Zealand Leader Opposes Future French Nuclear Tests

HONOLULU, Hawaii--Norman E. Kirk, prime minister of New Zealand, vowed last week to do "everything possible" to end further French

Lowenstein Says Nixon 'Lies, Tricks' In Attempt to Protect His Privileges

The Nixon Administration is "abusing economic privilege" and "torturing the political process to protect its own interests," Allard K. Lowenstein,

Waterpoloists Nab Seven Wins In Montreal, Quebec Matches

The Harvard waterpolo club splashed its way through 11 games in foreign waters last weekend, splitting a pair of decisions

NYAC Waterpoloists Subdue Crimson

The New York Athletic Club (NYAC) waterpoloists pulled to a dizzying 8-1 first quarter lead against Harvard and finally shellacked

Blakinger to Lead Matmen Next Year

The Harvard varsity wrestling team elected aggressive lightweight Dan Blakinger captain of the 1973-74 squad yesterday. The 118-pound grappler succeeds