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Battle of River Rouge: Reuther's Struggle

(Crimson editor E.J. Dionne is discovering America this summer.) DEARBORN, Mich.--In the late 1930's, Walter Reuther and a couple of

Remember the Worker

W ORKSHIRTS were very common at Harvard when the Class of 1973 arrived here in the fall of '69. The

Rush

The old Club 47 was the place to go in Cambridge seven or eight years ago. You'd walk down those

Freshman Faces Decathlon As Thinclads Run, Jump

The exhibition season isn't over for the Harvard track team. The last pre-season extravaganza began yesterday, continues today and will

Demonstrators Face Nixon: Two Worlds in Washington

When Richard Nixon took office four years ago, the old National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam planned

Questions For Nixon's 2nd Term

It made a peculiar kind of sense: President Nixon's last inauguration and what could be the last Vietnam peace demonstration,

Thinclads Enter CYO Contest; Team Faces Maine Saturday

Nine members of the Harvard track team travel to College Park, Maryland, tonight for the CYO Invitationals at the University

Crimson to Face Huskies In Tonight's Track Meet

Last year, Northeastern wrecked the Harvard track team's chances for a perfect dual meet season. They beat the thinclads convincingly,

Keeping the Faith

U RBAN WHITE ETHNICS, or at least their advocates, are having a field day. Ever since the 1969 New York

Thinclads Face Eagles Today

The Harvard-Boston College track meet isn't known for its drama. Last year, Harvard beat the Eagles, 80-38. This year, the

Thinclads Face Cadets Today

The Harvard track team will wind its way down through the mountains on New York Highway 9W into the peaceful

Improved Thinclads Look Toward Better Record

The Harvard Indoor Track team opens its season next Tuesday against Boston University with a very good chance of improving

Manhattan Harriers Take IC4A Title

Villaneva went to New York's Van Cortland Park yesterday asking for "one more year," They didn't get it. Sterling performances

Harriers Go After Ninth Consecutive GBC Conquest Today at Franklin Park

There are certain kinds of monopolies which are not prohibited by law. Public utilities can have monopolies. So can the

Pete Seeger's Goose Ain't Dead

When Pete Seeger came to Boston in August of 1968 to sing at a giant Gene McCarthy rally at Fenway

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