Richard A. Green

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Victory Shows Crimson Still Potential Unit

The two most "potential" football teams in New England managed to keep their status intact last Saturday. The only collective

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Superior Rutgers Team Tips Off Crimson Grid Weakness

Clearly superior for the second time in two years, the Rutgers football team came to Cambridge last Saturday, scored 31

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Sculling Trialists Bested by Excursion Boat and Bridge

Besides the usual water, wind, and weariness, oarsmen in the compromise sculling trial heats this week had to fight excursion

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Sports of the Crimson

Although the crew season, is a fait accompli--with the Varsity well established as the best in the country in the

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Oarsmen Justify 'Best Crew' Label

When the New York sportswriters reported the results of the Eastern Intercollegiate sprint regatta at Princeton six weeks ago, they

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Crew En Route to Washington Race

Coach Tom Bolles and his top-notch, eight-men-and-a-boy, Varsity combination--plus two Jayvee oarsmen and the co-managers--are at the moment far from

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Divinity School at Crossroads, Awaits Commission's Findings On Possibility of Reformation

Created out of a Puritan dread of leaving "an illiterate ministry to the churches," the nation's oldest--and, perhaps correspondingly, wealthiest

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Sports of the Crimson

Bathed in a nostalgic aura all its own, rowing on the Charles represents to the world outside Cambridge a contrast

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Lining Them Up

While less hardy College athletes passed yesterday afternoon at subterranean squash or second-story ping-pong, seven Crimson crews scoffed at the

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Freshman Basketball

If the basketball maxim that a good man is better than a good small man is anywhere near true, the

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Six Grid Tussles With Yale Today End House Slate

One-hundred twenty Crimson athletes who may never get to see the inside of the Varsity Club will nevertheless get the

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Lowell Outshines Gold Coasters 7-0; Dunster Snares Elephants 6-0

Lowell and Dunster moved into a deadlock for third place in the House football league yesterday as the Bellboys dumped

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Lowell Wins by Three Touchdowns Over Winthrop for Second Straight

Eleven Bellboys from Lowell harmonized to the tune of three touchdowns yesterday to ring up the most decisive victory of

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Funsters Wallop Dudley; Kirkland Defeats Bellboys

Dunster bounced back into the win column with a loud bang yesterday with Dudley the victim in a 20 to

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Bunnies Belt Bellboys 7 to 6 As Eliot Tramples Puritans

With five minutes to go in the ball game, Leveret's Norm Cameron kicked the season's first placement for an extra

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent