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WASHINGTON--The War Production Board tonight halted virtually all new, non-essential construction and threatened to stop work on projects already begun

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AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 4, St. Louis 3 (1st game) New York 8, St. Louis 2 (2nd game) Philadelphia 8,

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WASHINGTON--Hopes of Congressional Democratic leaders that the Senate's unwelcome OPA bill would go to conference for modification were bolstered tonight

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BOSTON--Bullet Bobby Feller and a pair of efficient henchmen, Hal Newhouser and Spud Chandler, were the big three moundsmen who

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WASHINGTON--House passage of the 3,750,000,000 British loan was imperiled today when a group of liberal Democrats bolted the administration's ranks

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ABOARD U.S.S. MT. MCKINLEY IN BIKINI LAGOON, TUESDAY--The atom bomb test explosion sank or damaged half of the 73-ship target

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WASHINGTON-An indication of Arthur H. Vandenberg's vote-getting powers may be seen Tuesday when the veteran Republican Senator seeks renomination in

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AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington 10, Chicago 2 Cleveland 4, New York 3 Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Brooklyn (night

Schlesinger Receives Pulitzer History Prize

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., '38, 28-year-old newly-appointed associate professor, has been awarded the 1946 Pulitzer Prize in history for his

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AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 7, St. Louis 5 (1st game) Boston 5, St. Louis 4 (2nd game) Chicago 2, New York

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AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 8, Philadelphia 5 New York 2, Detroit 0 Boston 9, Cleveland 4 St. Louis 5, Washington 1

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NEW YORK--A security Council sub-committee tonight invited all 51 members of the United National to submit pertinent evidence on the

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AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 7, New York 1 Cleveland 7, Chicago 1 Boston 13, Washington 6 St. Louis 7, Detroit 6

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LOS ANGELES--Two buxom young members of the Mayfair Sewing Circle were sentenced today to a year in jail apiece for

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WASHINGTON--The Senate tonight passed a highly emasculated version of President Truman's emergency housing bill and, like the House, beat down

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

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