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W. Tennis Drops Two During Louisiana Road Trip

Despite battling through several close matches last weekend, the Harvard women's tennis team came up empty in dual matches during

W. Hockey Battles No. 1 Brown

After a thrilling overtime victory Tuesday against No. 8 Northeastern to capture its second consecutive Beanpot title, the No. 3

Freshmen to Pick Housing Choices Later This Week

Members of the Class of '81 will go through the time-honored ritual of applying to upperclass Houses this week, but

Women's Track Outdistances Yale In New Haven Win

An inspired victory in the two-mile relay carried the Harvard women's indoor track and field team to a surprisingly tough

Flu Hits East Coast Colleges; Harvard Escapes Worst of It

An outbreak of a disease with symptoms resembling those of the Russian Flu struck many eastern universities this past week

Buber Symposium

"Martin Buber was ceaselessly driving throughout all his richly varied life and was never self-satisfied or complacement," Walter A. Kaufmann,

Transfer Bids Are Due Soon

The number of students who will seek to transfer to another House will probably remain about the same this semester

Big Blizzard Gives Northeast Big Problems

Cambridge and Boston spent Sunday digging themselves out from under the two feet of snow left by the blizzard that

School of Education Observes Martin Luther King's Birthday

"Martin Luther King's work must become our own," Charles V. Willie, professor of Education and Urban Studies, said Monday at