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Rugby: Changing the Image

A grunting mass of Harvard men, pushing, tugging and straining at one another for no apparent reason, upset the peace

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Twenty Demonstrators Protest Presence of Marine Recruiters

A group of about 20 demonstrators marched from University Hall to the Office of Career Services and Off-Campus Learning (OCS-OCL)

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Tenants Committee Fights Rent Hikes With a Law Suit

The Cambridge Tenants Organizing Committee (CTOC) will file a class action suit against the Cambridge Rent Control Board's recent decision

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Gun Control: Debate Begins Again

The auditorium at the State House was jammed with nearly a thousand people, most of them sporting lapel buttons that

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Witnesses at Unemployment Hearings Seek Cooperation in Federal Funding

Speakers testifying before a special legislative commission on unemployment at the State House yesterday called for increased cooperation between state

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Rugby Club Routs Yale, 16-0; Completes Fall Season at 3-4

The Harvard rugby club turned in one of its most impressive performances of the year Saturday as it wore down

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A Quagmire in Cambridge

The first things that meet the eye when one drives from Boston into Kendall Square are the new office buildings

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Protesters Charge Mayor With Conflict of Interest

A member of the Cambridge Tenants Organizing Committee (CTOC) charged in a City Council meeting last night that Mayor Walter

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Rugby Club Crushes B.C. In Opening Game Shutout

The Harvard rugby club started strong and finished strong in its season opener Saturday, overpowering a surprised Boston College team

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Robber in Square Steals $4000 Cash From Charlesbank

A lone robber held up the Charlesbank Trust Company in Harvard Square yesterday, escaping with about $4000 in small cash.

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Nieman Fellows Given $100,000 For Foreign Writers

James C. Thomson Jr., curator of Harvard's Nieman Foundation for Journalism, announced yesterday a new $100,000 endowment to support Nieman

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Arrow Will Receive University Chair

The Harvard Corporation yesterday appointed Kenneth J. Arrow, professor of Economics, a University Professor. Arrow will become the James Bryant

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Brown Ruggers Steal Honors In B-School 7-a-Side Tourney

The Brown rugby club took top honors in the Business School's annual Seven-A-Side Rugby Tournament yesterday after walking over all

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Rugby Club Tramples Princeton, 28-4

The Harvard rugby club dumbfounded the traditionally powerful Princeton Tigers with a dazzling display of classic rugby plays Sunday in

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Rugby: Blood, Sweat and Beers

Some people call it a gentlemanly, sociable game. All the players call the referee "sir," and a keg of beer

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes