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Winthrop P. Smith

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McCurdy Originated Telegraphic Meets

"Harvard Beats Washington and Lee in 700 Miss Ross" was a headline a few weeks ago in a Southern newspaper.

Crimson's Undefeated Cross Country Team Favored in Yale, Princeton Match Today

The Crimson is slated to swamp Princeton in a triangular cross country meet with the Tigers and Yale, scheduled to

LINING THEM UP

Nine straight wins is not taken lightly in any league, but when Bill McCurdy's freshman cross country team amasses this

Crimson Harriers Open Season Against Redmen

With seven returning lettermen and strong supporting runners, the Crimson cross-country team should be able to defeat the UMass in

Lacrosse Players Will Engage Blue

The Crimson varsity lacrosse team will try to upset a powerful Yale squad tomorrow at 3 p.m. on home grounds.

College Plans To Reinforce Traffic Rules

Fines for failure to register cars at the University will be raised from $10 to $25 next year, Charles C.

Lacrosse Players Will Meet Tufts Today in Away Game

A green Crimson lacrosse team will encounter an equally unseasoned Tufts squad at 2 p.m. today at Tufts. The game

LINING THEM UP

When Bruce Munro takes 25 of his varsity lacrosse players south next week, he will have some justifiable misgivings about

Some Upperclassmen Still Needing P.T.

Every year it happens that a few seniors, not more than three or four, are faced with the prospect of

PBH to Help In Survey of Grad Housing

For the first time an extensive study of graduate student housing conditions near the Square will be inaugurated, Neil Hastic

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0