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Robert E. Smith

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Boston Bids Farewell To Ted, Who Homers In Last Appearance

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE APPEARED IN THE HARVARD CRIMSON, THURSDSAY, SEPT. 29, 1960. Boston baseball fans gave a last hurrah to

Minoru Yamasaki

"Today our technology has brought chaos. We have speed, traffic, fear, congestion, and restlessness. We need a place to put

Marshall Plan Genesis: Summer 15 Years Ago

As the endless line of degree candidates and dignitaries formed in the Old Yard at Harvard's first fully normal Commencement

Satellites, Program For Harvard Shaped Destiny of Class of 1962

On October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched man's first artificial earth satellite, Sputnik I. The event was to affect

From the Shelf

American university presidents are a strange breed. Stranger still are American university presidents-emeriti, a group that has variously found its

HARVARD HEARS OF THE MARSHALL PLAN

the endless line of degree candidates and dignitaries formed in Old Yard at Harvard's first fully Commencement since the war,

Students Rename Traditional Courses

Harvard students through the years have shown a unanimous tendency to abbreviate just about every term they use in their

Varsity Swimmers Finish Third In Eastern Finals at New Haven

NEW HAVEN, CONN., Mar. 17--The Crimson's unexpectedly strong attack in the Eastern Seaboard Intercollegiate Swimming Championships ground to a halt

Crimson's Zentgraf, Kaufmann, Pringle Capture Easterns Lead

NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 16--Harvard moved ahead tonight in the Eastern Seaboard Intercollegiate Swimming Championships with a lucky break and

Crimson Ranks First In ESIC Swim Meet

NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 15--John Pringle, as expected, won the 200-yd. individual medley in the opening night of the Eastern

Psychologists Disagree On Psilocybin Research

Members of the Center for Research in Personality clashed yesterday in a dramatic meeting over the right of two colleagues

LERNER SAYS ROLE OF YOUTH VITAL FACTOR IN COLD WAR

"The side that appeals to youth will win the cold war," declared Max Lerer last night. "It's as simple as

Varsity Quintet Loses Slim Lead, Drops Its Seventh Straight Game

PROVIDENCE, Mar. 2--The varsity basketball team tonight dropped its seventh consecutive game, a 57-53 heart-breaker at Brown's Marvel Gym. Floyd

Tiger Cagers Keep Scoring Lead To Down Crimson in 28-Point Loss

PRINCETON, N.J., Feb. 17--The varsity basketball team completed a lost weekend to the southern reaches of the Ivy League with

Favored Crimson Sextet Defeats Princeton, 3-1

PRINCETON, N.J., Feb. 17--Princeton played above its head for two periods in hockey, but was unable to upset the highly