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Marie B. Morris

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A Classical Day in the Neighborhood

Back in the neighborhood, basketball is The Sport Kids learn to shoot and to play pickup, horse and around the

You Are Cordially Invited...

The last time the Harvard men's basketball team played Manhattan College a year ago the cagers travelled to Draddy Gym

The Hottest Game in Town

HANOVER, N.H. --There's not a lot going on in Hanover this time of year, what with Dartmouth on winter break

The Dynamic Duo

Bruce Wayne and his faithful ward Dick Grayson never had it so good. The Batman and Robin of television fame

Undefeated Cagers Elude Purple Knights, 66-60

The Harvard men's basketball team has finally shown that when it's good, it's very, very good. And even when it's

Undefeated Cagers Edge UNH, 69-63

The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team stumbled upon a celebration at Briggs Athletic Center last night. Then the

Be My Guest

Dr. Seuss, Dartmouth class of 1925. Picked the San Diego Padres 10,000-0. Unfortunately, the teams were Harvard and Dartmouth, the

The Season Begins and Ends Today

Well, folks, this is it. It may not be for the Ivy League football title any more, but believe me,

Different Strokes

T hey're as different as crimson and blue, as distinct as Cambridge and New Haven. And when it comes to

Two Years Later, Still Waiting

PHILADELPHIA--The four Harvard sophomores who played at the University of Pennsylvania's Franklin Field two years ago returned there Saturday as

BEN THIO and WAYNE HUNLEY

Wayne Hunley's been washing his uniform lately. That's no reflection on the junior offensive guard's personal hygiene, just on the

Lights Out for Brown

John Rosenberg '67 returned to Harvard Saturday morning, but Brown's first year football coach wasn't prepared for the greeting he

Bruno Returns to Town, Faces Gridders Today

The last time Brown beat Harvard in football, you were probably in high school But you might have been in

Good Feelings

HANOVER, N.H.-- The Harvard football team entered Saturday afternoon's contest against winless Dartmouth with just about everything on its side

A Gridiron Surprise Party

The Ivy League football season got underway for real on Saturday, but that seemed to come as something of a

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