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Two Cities Celebrate Changing of the Guard

With portraits of city pols of the past looking on the Cambridge City Council carried out the biannual task of

Booters Take Judges, 5-2, With Midfield Control

The Harvard men's soccer team has a thing for the number five. For the second time in the three-game-old season,

Crimson Booters Rout MIT With Five-Goal Performance

The idea is a simple one: Put a good team against a not-so-good team and the former should prevail. The

City Councillors Get Monday Night Off As Mayor Cancels Regular Meeting

At 5:21 p.m. yesterday--the usual starting time for the Cambridge City Council meetings scheduled weekly at 5 p.m. the council

University to Try for Rent BoardSwitch

Harvard has officially petitioned the Cambridge Rent Control Board to reconsider its recent refusal to approve a $2.5 million renovation

Hartwick Drops Booters, 3-0

Jape Shattuck, first-year coach of the Harvard men's soccer team watched the squad's confrontation with Hartwick College in Oneonto. N.Y,.

Police Blotter

The latest University Police Statistics, released October 2, indicate that since July 1, there have been no homicides, no rapes,

UConn Huskies Curb Crimson Booters; Hardington Gets Lone Goal in 4-1 Loss

When the Harvard men's soccer team took on the University of Connecticut yesterday it was worse than when David matched

Judges Overrule Harvard; Booters Drop 3-0 Decision

WALTHAM, Mass. -- The kick-and-run game is not the prettiest way to play soccer. Balls and bodies fly everywhere. But

The Big Summer News Around Town

While most of you went home or just out of town for the summer, Cambridge and city news stayed behind.

Booters Fall in OT, 2-1

With just five more minutes, the Harvard men's soccer team could have pulled off the grandest of larcenies in the

Two Armed Men Rob Student Near Lowell House Entrance

Two men armed with an unidentified weapon robbed a female undergraduate late Monday night near the entrance of Lowell House,

Mermen Sink Big Red, 77-35

The Harvard men's swim team had its mind on other things. Coach Joe Bernal had his mind on other things.

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