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Donald B. Straus

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Lining Them Up

As far as the attitude toward the Yale game is concerned, this is a typical Harvard grid season. All will

BOSTON'S RETURN TO LINEUP MOVES WILSON TO CENTER

With Chief Boston reappearing in the ranks of the physically fit, Cliff Wilson shifted to center yesterday afternoon, completing a

HARLOW RUNS VARSITY THROUGH LIGHT DRILL

It was a very battered and bruised A team that reported for practice yesterday afternoon, one that showed unmistakable signs

Crimson Eleven Smashes Losing Streak, Downing Princeton 34-6

Smashing the worst losing streak in Harvard grid history, the Crimson Varsity gave the Tigers a 34-6 tail twisting in

BOSTON SELECTED TO CALL SIGNALS FOR GREEN GAME

When the Crimson takes off against Dartmouth tomorrow, veteran pilot Chief Boston will once more be at the controls. Boston

DARTMOUTH-BOUND FOOTBALLERS DEFY STORMY ELEMENTS

A driving rain failed to break the Dartmouth-bound stride of the Crimson Varsity yesterday afternoon. In fact there was some

CLEAR WORDS OF HARLOW SPEED UP SLOW SCRIMMAGE

Dick Harlow hates to see time wasted in practice, and his concept of wasting time doesn't allow much latitude. Every

Perfected Cheer Leading to Appear At Soldiers Field

Together with rumors circulating around Cambridge that Dick Harlow may turn out a football team this fall, a wave of

GRIDDERS DRILL FOR SPRINGFIELD IN RAIN

New crimson jerseys were issued yesterday and combined with a cold drizzle to remind the Varsity squad that the balmy

STUART BREAKS HIS COLLAR BONE AGAIN FOR SECOND YEAR

An important cog of the Crimson offensive machine was lost in Saturday's practice game when Bob Stuart broke his collar

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads