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Dan H. Fenn jr.

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Crime Personalized, Liberal Voice to Sentimental Fenn

Some people are just naturally the sentimental type, and some aren't. But the CRIMSON has a real appeal for its

ASANO, NAMED WAR CRIMINAL, REPORTED AT LARGE IN JAPAN

Despite unqualified assertions in the Boston Globe Sunday morning that Ryozo Asano '12, president of the Harvard Club of Japan,

University's Facilities Largely Mobilized For War Effort; Armed Services Take Over

This article is the first of a series on Harvard's contribution to the nation's war effort. It is expected that

December 7, 1941 Found Harvard, Like U.S., Unaware

For several days headlines in the United Press column of the CRIMSON Proclaimed in ominous tones that negotiations between the

Wartime Education Subject Of Conference at Capital

Speakers at the recent "Educational Crisis" conference in Washington, D.C., painted a picture of colleges devoted to Army and Navy

Air Cadets Set to Bomb Crimson

Harvard's 1942 gridiron campaign opens with an explosion of fireworks this afternoon when an inexperienced Crimson eleven crashes head-on into

CRIMSON WINS HEPTAGONALS TO UPSET YALE

Several outstanding performances plus a preponderance of seconds and thirds earned by the Crimson track team in winning the eighth

YARDLING TRACK TEAM THRASHES YALE 89-46

Led by big Pete Garland, the Freshman track team administered such a sound thrashing to the Yale bulldog yesterday afternoon

Trackmen Beat BC In Informal Meet

Although those who casually looked over the summary of the informal track meet held Saturday between Coach Jaakko Mikkola's Crimson

Runners Lose To Dartmouth, 52-48

Without any idea of excusing or rationalizing the Dartmouth victory over the Crimson track team Saturday by a score of

TRACKMEN TO FACE PRINCETON, ARMY

Both the Freshman and Varsity track forces go into action away from home today, as the Varsity takes on Princeton

MIKKOLA SEES TRACK SQUAD IMPROVEMENT

Although the Varsity track team did not do too well at the Millrose Games in New York Saturday, Coach Jaakko

Cindermen Compete in N. Y. Millrose Meet and Stadium

The Crimson Varsity track forces swing into action today with the Millrose Games at New York, and the New England

Sports of the Crimson

Although Coach Jaakko Mikkola seems to have a strong, well-balanced Yardling track squad this season, which he calls better than

VARSITY RACES HUSKIES HERE ON SATURDAY

For the third time this season, the Varsity track team will don their running pants for an informal meet, this

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads