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R. SCOT Leavitt

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Weatherman Dampens 'Big Red' Game's Hopes

There probably will not be a baseball game at Soldiers Field this afternoon. If there is--a doubtful proposition, since the

Sextet Finishes With Blues Today; 85 Football Candidates Open Drills

Jaakko Mikkola's runners ran circles around Art Valpey's football squad for two hours yesterday, but when the gazelles had departed

Mather, Barnes Wrangle Over H220 Before Overflow New Lecture Crowd

Jammed into New Lecture Hall to hear a debate on the Barnes Bill, close to 1,000 persons roared, stamped, and

Pretty Girls, Gendarmes Alert for Big Weekend

New Haven was a quiet city last night, but a city obviously ready to burst at the seams momentarily, as

Hustling Grid Practice Hits Pass Defense

Twelve grinding weeks of practice, and eight full-scale games had enough effect on the 40-odd footballers yesterday afternoon for Coach

Stadium Affray Is Death Knell Of Enchantment

It was something like the Thurbor cartoon: "Well I'm disenchanted too, we're all disenchanted." The disembowelment of hard-to-kill illusions was

Yale Squelches Crimson on Diamond, 9-3

Yale heightened its chances of winning the Eastern Intercollegiate League baseball championship to the intense disappointment of 4500 Alumni at

Crew to Face Princeton, M.I.T. on Charles Today

When Tom Bolles sends his Varsity eight to the starting line against Princeton and M.I.T. at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon,

Meeting Tonight May Decide Fate Of 'Advocate,' Defunct Since 1943

A few of the difficulties that have left the College without a literary magazine may be cleared this evening when

Lining Them Up

If Tom Bolles is worrying about anything these days, it isn't about filling his Varsity boat when the time comes

Harvardevens, Livable but Expensive, Shapes Up as Real Community

Harvardevens Village, the spanking new home for 400 students and their families, isn't an overstuffed cherry bowl. Nor is, it

Sports of the Crimson

There's a lot of difference between the spoken and the written word, and if you don't believe it go listen

Stassen Straddles Partisan Sides Of All Controversies

Harold E. Stassen, three-term governor of Minnesota, now wearing a gold duck in his lapel after three years as a

STAHLMEN TO ENTER BUSIEST WEEKEND; CREW TAKES ON PENN, NAVY, CORNELL

If the Varsity eight can get away with a first on the Schuylkill tomorrow it will have put away for

HARVARD SWEEPS RIVER DESPITE POWER OF M.I.T.

Five sleek Crimson shells did business as usual with M. I. T. last Saturday. But the five victories that were

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