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The Classics: Still Loose Despite Tough Schedule

Success hasn't spoiled the Harvard Classics. Despite the increased competitive pressures form this year's upgraded schedule, each Classics player still

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Over 160 to Stay In 'Warm Zones' During Vacation

More than 160 undergraduates and resident tutors will occupy House "warm zones" during Christmas vacation, according to a survey of

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Harvard Classics Near Big Time In Third Season

The Harvard Classics is a spirited, unconventional, but decidedly relaxed club of basketball players who lack either the ability or

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'Being From East St. Louis, You've Got Badness'

"I imagine I could be the smallest player in history," Henry Sandow, a senior halfback on the Harvard football team,

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Lowell Takes Touch Football Title

Lowell House copped its second straight undefeated season in House touch football yesterday, salvaging a 13-13 tie when a late

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Stu Haber: Harvard's Finest Juggler

Stuart Haber '78, three juggling clubs clamped firmly between his legs, blew on his hands, driving away the stiffness caused

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Kirkland Downs 'Throp; Mather Rolls

In a battle of undefeated teams, perennial intramural tackle football champion Kirkland House, led by former varsity gridders Burrelle Duvauchelle

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Little Calls for Support of Prisoners

Joann Little, the celebrated North Carolinan acquitted this summer of first-degree murder, brought an appeal for support for embattled prisoners

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Dershowitz Blasts U.N.

"The United Nations has become an absolute pawn in the hands of the Arab countries," Alan M. Dershowitz, a law

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Duehay Speaks at Faculty Club, Says City Needs 'Tolerance'

"We need people in public office who understand and are tolerant of the diversity of the community in which they

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