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Crusaders Beat Nine, 2-1, On Ninth-Inning Home Run Through Shortstop's Legs

Herald columnist George Frazier wrote yesterday morning that "Harvard's baseball coach is strictly bush," but in Splinter Stadium in the


Howe Defeats Niederhoffer To Take Intercollegiates

Yale senior Ralph Howe won his second straight intercollegiate squash title yesterday, defeating Vic Niederhoffer 3-0 at the West Point


Yale Favored to Win In Squash Tourney

The best amateur squash squad in the United States will undoubtedly lose the intercollegiate team championship at West Point this


Varsity Squash Team Beats Yale

Junior Lou Williams, playing the best squash of his life, became the first varsity racquetman since 1960 to beat one


Varsity Squash Team to Meet Yale In Match to Decide League Crown

In 1959, Yale won the national squash title only to lose later to a determined Crimson squad, 6-3. This year


Squash Team Seizes National Championship

The Harvard squash team of Bill Morris, Lou Williams, Paul Sullivan, Doug Walter, and Terry Robinson had been playing with


Niederhoffer, Squash Team Advance in U.S. Nationals

What were once cautitous hopes--that Harvard could win both the team and singles titles at the national squash championships--became distinct


Niederhoffer, Squash Team Go To U.S. National Tournament

One of Harvard's greatest squash teams and one of Harvard's greatest players head for Detroit today and the U.S. Squash


Squash Squad Faces Amherst

Jack Barnaby's squash team should pick up its fourth straight shutout and its seventh straight win against a hapless Amherst


Niederhoffer Wins State Tourney; Victories Over Hecksher and Zug Place Junior Near Top in U.S.

No Harvard player has ever won the Massachusetts s q u a s h championship while in the College--until last


Pusey Says University Maintains Old Concern for 'Humane Learning'

President Pusey said in his annual report that the University's involvement in science, research, and graduate and professional education has


Niederhoffer Beats U.S., Canadian Champions in Cowles Tournament

Vic Niederhoffer, who had never touched a squash racket before he came to Harvard three years ago, defeated both the


Assault Case Against Undergraduate Scheduled for Trial Next Tuesday

An assault and battery charge against Russell B. Roberts '64 was continued until next Tuesday in the Third District Court


City Policemen Jail Undergraduate; Junior Faces Assault Charge Today

Russell B. Roberts '64 will be arraigned this morning in the Third District Court of Eastern Middlesex County on a


Philosophy Dept. to Offer Course in Existentialism

The philosophy department will offer an undergraduate course in existentialism next year for the first time since John Wild left

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out