Edward J. Sack

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THE MOVIEGOER

J. Arthur Rank has turned out a restrained cops and robbers movie, called "The Blue Lamp." He tries to make

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THE PLAYGOER

A very unusual theatrical production opened at the Wilbur, Monday night. Called "Let's Make an Opera," it is a fantastic

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CIRCLING THE SQUARE

Across the river from the College, under the WBZ tower, is one of the centers of New England harness racing,

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BRASS TACKS

The makeshift peace agreement which ended the Palestine War appeared to be just another temporary settlement. Military positions determined borderlines,

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THE MUSIC BOX

The Faithful Shepherd Suite  Handel Five Pieces for Strings, Op. 44  Hindemith Dor Frelschutz Overture  Wober Antiche Danze ed Arle  Respighi Double Piano Concerto

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BRASS TACKS

Among the nicely-turned phrases that popped up in post-war political oratory, "European Union" has been among the most popular and

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BRASS TACKS

The Great Record War of 1949-50 finally ended last week after one year of battling by the corporation giants. Its

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CABBAGES & KINGS

The Student Council staged its welcome to Lloyd Jordan last Thursday night, and almost no one showed up. At the

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Amory on Publishers

Cleveland Amory has moved his satirical talents from Beacon Bill to the New York publishing business, and the result in

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BRASS TACKS

As the war of the record companies nears its conclusion and Columbia's long-playing record emerges the victor, a new battle

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The Moviegoer

Once again the English have succeeded in turning one joke into an amusing though plotless movie. Although the English are

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College Has 300 Year Food Problem

In 1639 the first head of Harvard College was fired largely because he served poor food. Around 1800 food battles

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THE MUSIC BOX

The Whiffenpoofs of 1950 are great. For about 15 minutes last Friday night they proved this at the annual Harvard-Yale

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The Crimson Bookshelf

Bull fighting is a strange sport to most Americans, but to some aficionados it is a supreme art. Other art

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The Music Box

The "Best in the Business" was at its best Wednesday night when it presented the annual spring band concert to

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board