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Allston Group Splits On Boys' Club Issue

Infighting at its meeting last night nearly tore apart the Allston community group that has been trying to block the

Inquest Judge Doubts Testimony Given By Kennedy

Judge James A. Boyle yesterday challenged the account Sen. Edward M. Kennedy '54 (D-Mass.) gave of the accident that killed

Twin Beds

There is a nasty little slur on the theatre and popular taste playing at the Wilbur. Called twin Beds, it

MOVIEGOER

The scenery's great when Betty Grable, John Payne and the Canadian Rockies get together. Add a dash of technicolor and

MOVIEGOER

Sophisticated comedy is hardly at home in Hitler's Europe. But it is there, amidst scenes of the suffering and misery

MOVIEGOER

Somerset Maugham can spin a colorful yarn out of those aspects of human relations that usually lurk in literary backgrounds

MOVIEGOER

Katherine Hepburn rarely allows herself to be publicly subdued by anything or anybody. But Hepburn fans can experience the rare

MOVIEGOER

Review night at the U.T. gives the fans a chance to view the better offerings of seasons past, and gives

CIRCLING THE SQUARE

Only the dead know Hollis. Only those tablets of names of men long since gone can lay claim to an

PLAYGOER

Maxwell Anderson's new play, "The Eve of St. Mark," resolutely digs into the fundamental problems this war poses for everyone,

MOVIEGOER

Before this picture was filmed they ran a contest to see which man would get the girl. The rest of

CIRCLING THE SQUARE

A popular local cemetery is situated on Mount Auburn Street. In the words of Dearborn's Visitor's Guide to Mount Auburn

MOVIEGOER

Sandwiched in between its usual weekly vaudeville show, RKO has some really first class entertainement this week. Count Basie, his

THE BOOKSHELF

Here is a book that proves at Ph. D. thesis can be both relevant and palatable to readers who are

The Crimson Moviegoer

The French Talking Films Committee presented "Le Monde Ou L'on S'Ennuie" last Monday at the Geographical Institute, and will repeat

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