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College Abandons Hand-Rung Bell Amid Protests Against '1984' Trend

A dynasty has quietly fallen. The Memorial Church bell, which human hands have tolled for 311 years, has fallen prey

Pusey Emphasizes Religion At Baccalaureate Address

President Pusey's first Baccalaureate Address at Harvard rang with the note of religions fervor yesterday afternoon as he spoke to

Griswold Asks Later Draft, Applauds Foreign Students

Law School Dean Erwin N. Griswold has called for a peace-time draft program which would by-pass youths of 18, and

Record Numbers Apply For Law Class Entrance

Applications for the entering class at the Law School have already reached an all time high, 1,660, with more still

Syrian U.N. Delegate Attacks Israel; Liveran Strikes Back for Zionists

Raflk Asha, chief of the Syrian delegation at the United Nations, lashed out at the "jungle law of the Zionist

U.N. Council Answers Zionist Group Charges

The United Nations Council struck back last night at the protesting is presentation of Rafik Asha, chief of the Syrian

Chemistry Dept. Shapes Venture in Biochemistry

The Chemistry Department's first major venture into bio-chemistry took shape yesterday when Dean Bundy announced the appointment of two University

Unpublished O'Neill Plays Hold Mystery

The unpublished plays of the late Eugene O'Neill will eventually provide a deeper understanding of the recluse dramatist's personal and

Harvard Food: Porridge, Plum Cake, Ptomaine

Ever since the first head of Harvard College, Samuel Eaton, was thrown out for serving the students "insipid porridge," College

Design School Revives Shortened Grad Course

Outstanding concentrators in Architectural Sciences will again be able to complete in College the entire first year curriculum of the

'Coup d'Etat' Attempt Fails As HYRC Elects 5-Man Slate

A strong but unsuccessful coup d'etat attempt again aroused the Young Republican Club as over a third of the members

High Number Ask Entrance To Law School

Applications for next year's entering class at the Law School will probably reach an all-time high, Assistant Dean Louis A.

Track Team Sets Mile Relay Mark

The Crimson's inspired performance against Yale and Princeton last Saturday at the Boston Athletic Association track meet offers promise of

Finley Accepts Position As Professor at Oxford

John H. Finley '25, Eliot Professor of Greek Literature and master of Eliot House, has accepted a one-year visiting professorship

Varsity Trackmen to Face Powerful Boston U. Squad

Depth will be the deciding factor when the Crimson track team opens its season this afternoon against a star-laden Boston