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Midwestern Reporter Praises Passing, Shooting of Sextet

MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 30--Harvard's hockey team closed fast tonight to take the second and final game of its vacation series from

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THE SPORTING SCENE

MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Oct. 5--The amount of angry mail that has crossed sports editors' desks in this town since Minnesota dropped

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Eliot Rally Tops Davenport Sextet

NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 26--Eliot House, undefeated in hockey since the war, kept its streak going at the expense of

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THE PLAYGOER

"Mr. Roberts" has enjoyed success in three forms: as a series of short stories in the Atlantic Monthly, as a

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CABBAGES & KINGS

"I'm a peculiar kind of private citizen," is the way David Lilienthal characterizes his present situation. Just how peculiar that

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The Sporting Scene

The easiest way to think of Arthur Valpey right now is as an eminently intelligent businessman who calculated the odds

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Egg in Your Beer

The tortuous proceedings of the NCAA conference last weekend provide an interesting commentary on the minds and consciences of the

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THE MOVIEGOER

They say there are people who don't think W.C. Fields is the funniest man in the world. Such individuals probably

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University, HAA Silent; Ivy League Comments on Bingham's Statement

Official silence closed in on the HAA and University Hall yesterday following Wednesday night's statement by William J. Bingham '16,

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Bingham Sees New Football Fiscal Policies, Scheduling

Harvard University will soon guarantee jobs to athletes and assume at least part of the financing of the Athletic Association,

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Egg in Your Beer

"I urge all Harvard alumni and undergraduates to give Coach Valpey their utmost cooperation, and help him by obtaining promising

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The Working Press

Here is a rare and remarkable book. The reader can pick it up and read an expose of asylum condition

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'Something of a Man'

This latest attempt to cover the subject of John L. Lewis in one volume makes exciting, highly colorful reading. It

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JAZZ

Time was when Eddie Condon's saloon on Third Street rattled nightly with inspired polyphony from George Brunis' trombone and Bill

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Harvard Football: Which Way Out?

This article has not been written because of outside pressure; it has been written because of the authors' conviction that

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