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Linda J. Greenhouse

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From Bad to Worse: Dancer Has One More Chance to Save Image

"Ill-starred" is how they go down in the record books of racing, the most record-conscious of sports. There was the

Horse Racing

No Sweet Revenge for Dancer in Preakness

Production problems compelled Miss Greenhouse to compose her predictions on Wednesday of this week before we knew Dancer's Image's status,

Boston's Derby Horse Disqualified on Count Of Pre-Race Drugging

This time last week, race track pundits were predicting that Saturday's Kentucky Derby would be the dullest in years. But

Huntington on Vietnam: Elections Were Sign of Growing Stability

Many, if not most, of Harvard's younger faculty members have become increasingly vocal during the past year in their opposition

Baseball

Sports Dope

I hate to be the kind of guy who upsets anybody's fond hopes, but this is one of those times

Football

Ivy Forecast

Well, hello fans. This is a new line for me, but here goes. Hold on tight and I'll try to

Protest Blossoms as Sonic Booms

Six months ago, a Harvard physicist named William Shurcliff organized a few friends into the Citizens' League Against the Sonic

The Summer School Mystique: Every Year Thousands Come in Search of Harvard

W HAT is there about a sun-backed plot of crabgrass called Harvard Yard that summer after summer draws people from

HPC Meets Mixed Success, Leads Sheltered Existence

Monro, for one, sees the signs. "We are entering an uneasy period of time in student-Faculty relations," he commented last

Horse Racing

Damascus Proves Experts Right; Belmont Will Make It 2 for 3

Late last September, a two-year-old colt named Damascus stepped onto the track at Aqueduct for his first race. He lost.

Horse Racing

Barbs Delight to Take Muddled Preakness

On the cover of Sports Illustrated the week after the Kentucky Derby there was a big picture of a baseball

The Summer School Mystique: Thousands Come Every Year In Search of Harvard

By 4:00 this afternoon, probably more than 2000 Harvard and Radcliffe students--undergraduates and graduates--will have filled out the no-commitment, pre-registration

GSD May Allow Students At Meetings of its Faculty

Jose Luis Sert, dean of the Graduate School of Design, told the Overseers Visiting Committee yesterday that he would support

'Cliffe Takes 350 From Record 2434 Applicants

Three hundred fifty out of a record 2434 applicants received their letters of acceptance to the Radcliffe Class of 1971

Review Plan Proposed By GSD Students

City planning students at the Graduate School of Design dissatisfied with their curriculum and faculty relations, voted yesterday to set

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0