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Circling the Square

William Stoughton Class of 1650, was a "prominent, wealthy and unpopular" leader in Massachusetts life during the later half of

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Roots of English Socialism

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Fight on California Oath Continues

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Nine Bows to Tufts-Or Did It Win?

Tufts and Harvard played a friendly practice baseball game at Soldiers Field. Just who beat whom, however, is something of

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The Grad Student's Guide

This book, edited by Radcliffe's Dean Cronkhite, is precisely what its title indicates. It is a manual telling the graduate

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Football Pot Still Simmers, But No Decisions Ready Yet

Harvard's muddled football situation continued muddled this week, but there were signs that some break might be in the oiling.

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Sextet, Paced by Garrity, Mauls Williams, 10-0

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The Sporting Scene

Grandstand quarterbacking is supposed to be a Constitutional right-like eating Mem's apple pie or rooting for the Dodgers. If so,

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Who Killed George Polk?

When William R. Polk '51 flies to Greece in January to attend the trial of the men accused of his

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Harkness Gave Houses as Spur for Yale's 'Colleges'

Yale's ten "colleges" serve just about the same function as Harvard's Houses, but it was like pulling teeth before Yale

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Lampoon Nearly Ended Tiger Rivalry

When the Crimson taken to the Palmer Stadium turf tomorrow afternoon, football fans will view this forty-first renewal of an

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Little Columbia Does Big Things

Columbia is still a small college in a big city. Despite popular misconceptions of the "Colossus on the Hudson," undergraduate

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Lou Little Weeps, But Lions Will Still Field a Strong Team Oct. 2

If last year's football records mean anything, the Columbia-Harvard football game should be the only soft spot on the Columbia

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Lou Little Weeps, But Lions Will Still Field a Strong Team Oct. 2

BAKER FIELD, NEW YORK--If last year's football records mean anything, the Columbia-Harvard football game should be the only soft spot

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