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SPORTS REPORTER CARENS, KNOWN TO HARVARD, DIES

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Funeral services will be held this morning for the late George C. Carens, former Boston Herald-Traveler sports writer and loyal follower of Harvard athletics, who died Thursday.

In covering sports for the Herald and the now defunct Boston Transcript from 1912 to 1961, Carens was a devotee of all athletics at Harvard and became known to scores of players, alumni, and Athletic Department officials. He had not missed a Harvard-Yale football game since 1908 until last season, when he was ill.

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