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Gene R. Kearney

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Globemanship: II

When up against an obviously superior practitioner of Globemanship, an audacious ploy, one best used by stay-at-homes of an intellectual

Globemanship: I

For thousands of embittered American youths, this Fall will prove a time of crisis. Muffled by the tinkling joviality of

The Conquest of Everest

When Edmond Hillary and Tensing Norkay Conquered Everest as a Coronation present for Queen Elizabeth, they gave the rest of

Air Force May Receive Share of Larger Draft

Draft calls will soar to 28,000 a month this summer, and the Air Force, for the first time, may get

Radio 'Hams' Broadcast Despite Bad Facilities

If you want to be a radio "ham," don't take it up while you're in college. Life for Harvard's half-dozen

BRASS TACKS

A responsible group of educators and television executives could make good use of TV for sound educational purposes; only America's

BRASS TACKS

If we can trust the results of two recent polls, the social and psychological effects of television on young children

Io to St. Valentine, Archflamen of Hymen!

The history of St. Valentine's day takes place mostly in the past. Like most histories, it contains a lot of

THE MOVIEGOER

The intoxicating background of a 200-proof, Ansco-color Paris, some superior acting, and a thrilling interpretation of George Simenon's inscrutable Inspector

Princeton Clubs Divided on Proposal to Open Membership to 100 Percent of Upper Classes

Take 90 from 100, and you've got 10-exactly the percentage of upperclassmen that don't make the grade for membership at

CIRCLING THE SQUARE

"With breezy informality, Mr. Kimball brings the operatic stage to you for your pleasure. Without its mothballs and sometimes outdated

Glittering Premiere at U.T. Opens 'A Touch' Tonight

Two years of production and more troubles than Panline had perils end tonight in a blaze of light for Ivy

Cambridge Fights to Unsnarl Traffic

Harvard Square, Cambridge's nationally notorious traffic intersection, is in a whirl this month. The City Planning Board, in another desperate

Premiere, Memberships Drive Launch Ivy Films' 3rd Year

In the fall of 1947, a small group of movie enthusiasts drew up extensive plans to establish a student film

Plans for Second Flicker Shape Up As Ivy Films Ends Successful Year

Wile Hollywood continues to sweat out a sag in movie attendance, Harvard's Ivy Films Productions seems likely to wipe off

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Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

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Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
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Where Did All The Ideas Go?