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Hiller B. Zobel

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The Play's the Thing

In the Union Common Room through Saturday The newly-constituted Harvard Players have concocted a most palatable summer salad of Shakespeare

Justice Shaw: The Law And the Commonwealth

Despite its title, this is by no means a judicial biography. True, its central character is Lemuel Shaw (Class of

Egg in Your Beer

The spray was a little thick at times, and the umbrellas occasionally blocked the view, but for anyone seeing his

Superior Fielding Enables Bulldog Nine To Outlast Varsity Baseball Team, 6-5

Fielding made the difference yesterday. Despite a fine ninth inning Crimson stand, the Yale baseball team won a 6 to

Songs by Tom Lehrer

As the Abe Burrows of GSAS, Tom Lehrer has been convulsing party, night club, and House Dance audiences with the

Yale Lacrosse Team Wins 11-7 Over An Underdog Crimson Ten Saturday

'Moral victories," the cynic claims, "don't mean a thing." The varsity lacrosse team can disregard that assertion, and can well

Nine, Ten, Golfers Face Yale Today

Depth versus desperation seems to be the pre-game story of the lacrosse team's contest with Yale today. Face-off time on

Halls, Yale Athletic Director, Resigns for Job in Industry

Robert Hall, Yale athletic director, resigned unexpectedly yesterday "to accept an unusually lucrative position" in private industry. Indications were, however,

Ball Team Tops Cornell 8-6; Groper's Pitching Saves Win

The Athletic Association's first venture into twilight ball proved only moderately successful yesterday, as the varsity outlasted Cornell, 8 to

Eight Football Captains Favor Spring Practice

Ivy Group football captains have voted unanimously to recommend the return of spring football, it was disclosed yesterday by a

Penn Five Cinches Title Here, 77-49

Ernie Bock and his non-musical Pennsylvanians blasted through town last night on route to the NCAA tournament in Chicago. They

Greeley Leads Six to 5-4 Triumph Over Hustling Dartmouth at Arena

The race is not always to the swift, neither is the hockey game to the team with the most hustle.

Crimson Six Battles Against Green At Arena in Quest of Second Win

Tired and battered from a tough B.C. game yesterday, but still the well-known Mean Green, Dartmouth's hockey team returns to

THE SPORTING SCENE

The Whole Man has returned to football. Now that substitutions have been strictly re-limited, industrialized specialization has left the gridiron

Hockey Team Nips B.U., 6-5

Despite a brief collapse that almost cost it a well-deserved victory, the varsity hockey team remained undefeated Saturday, beating Boston

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

Understanding Faith
Columns

Understanding Faith