Lee H. Simowitz

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Cocktail Party

T HERE are people who have seen Halley's Comet more often than they have seen a play in the Eliot

Spock in Court

ACROSS Milk St. from the Post Office Building where Dr. Benjamin Spock's case is being heard stands a sign that

Hearings Finish On Spock Case In Boston Court

Lawyers for Dr. Benjamin Spock and four co-defendents charged with illegal activities against the draft continued their attempt yesterday to

Pre-Trial Hearings Open for 'Bo ston Five'

Pre-trial hearings opened in Boston yesterday in the case of Dr. Benjamin Spock, Yale chaplain the Rev. William Sloan Coffin

King Will Talk on War At '68 Commencement

The 1968 Class Committee has invited the Rev. Martin Luther King as a Class Day speaker to insure that the

Harvard Icemen Obliterate Elis, 9-1; Parrot Ends As 3rd Highest Scorer

The Harvard hockey team closed its regular season by mauling Yale 9-1 Saturday night at the Boston Garden. Three Harvard

Sextet Destroys Yale, 7-1, On First-Period Outburst

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb. 24--The Harvard hockey team shattered Yale with five first-period goals and then coasted to a 7-1

St. Lawrence Checks Harvard 6-4; Skaters Suffer 2nd Straight Loss

The St. Lawrence hockey team scored three times in the first period against a drowsy Harvard defense and then fended

Ford to Raise Issue Of Returning Exams

Dean Ford will raise the question of returning bluebooks from final exams at the February Faculty meeting. Ford's action follows

Harvard Hockey Team Downs Clarkson, 8-3

The Harvard hockey team broke Clarkson 8-3 Saturday night by methodically bending the Golden Knights until, in the third period,

Hockey Team Blasts Penn, 15-1

Harvard, predictably, massacred Penn's hockey team 15-1 Saturday night, but you couldn't expect a squad from the Ivy League's southernmost

Icemen Trip Princeton After Slow Start, 5-3

Shaking off an early lethargy, the Harvard hockey team drove in four goals in the second period to top Princeton

Hockey Team Encounters Improved Tigers Sextet

Princeton was supposed to be a breather in the Harvard hockey team's murderous pre-Christmas schedule. Well, it's not. The Tigers,

Lamont Bars Its Facilities To Recruiters

Lamont Library has banned all recruiting activity within its walls. "For the next year--maybe two years--we don't care to have

Arsenic and Old Lace

Arsenic and Old Lace, Joseph Kesserling's well-traveled farce about a couple of homicidal spinsters is a gold mine of potential