Marie B. Morris

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Brinkley Tenure: Part Two

Following is an open letter to President Bok. With great distress, I have read recently of the denial of tenure

The California Kid

Sean Doyle sat in the corner at our first proctor meeting. He was the only southern Californian in the group

Paint the Town Crimson

The last time the Harvard varsity heavyweight crew won the Eastern Sprints, Andy Sudduth was the stroke of the eight

Crimson Heavyweights Tame Hapless Huskies

The Harvard varsity heavyweight crew returned to the Charles River Saturday in the same form that made the 1983 varsity

Stranger Than Truth

T HE LAST TIME Erich Segal '58 got the urge to write at length about his alma mater, he produced

Crimson Oarsmen Set Out To Become Crews to Beat

Every year, the most important day in Eastern spring crew is the second Sunday in May, the day of the

Crimson Lights Face Navy; Heavies Go Tiger Hunting

The Harvard heavyweight and lightweight varsity crews are starting to look like network television stars. The program--"Different Strokes." The heavies

Season's Greetings

First the Red Sox score comes on. No problem. But then you hear another postmortem on the Bruins. Then a

New-Look Crimson Heavies to Host Brown Today; Lightweights Make East Coast Debut at Dartmouth

The Harvard heavyweight varsity crew opens its season today looking for revenge. Brown visits the Charles River looking for a

Now You See It...

T HE LATE CHRISTY MATHEWSON of the New York Giants standards on the mound, pitching for a baseball team composed

Yale and San Diego State Outsprint Crimson Lights

The Harvard varsity lightweight crew opened its season Saturday afternoon with a disappointing third-place finish in the San Diego Crew

Out of the Shadows

The bright artificial green of an Astroturf carpet covers the floor of Briggs Athletic Center, and when spring sports practices

As Time Goes By

For 83 years, the Harvard men's basketball team has been forced to face the reality. Sooner or later, of face

Introducing Mr. Smith

The Yale and Brown men', basketball teams--came to Briggs Athletic Center over the weekend knowing just what to expect. They

Two Wrongs

O N DECEMBER 22. 1984, an electronics expect named Bernhard Goetz became a hero by pulling out a gun and