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Expanded Afro Studies Committee To Emphasize Search for Faculty

The Standing Committee on Afro-American Studies (AAS) met Wednesday morning for the first time since its seven-Faculty membership was expanded

Intramural Meet Recalls Glory Of the Ghosts of Boxing's Past

(With fond--recollections of the Bruno Sammartino-Shiek title match still titillating their memories, true Harvard sports afficienadoes are trouping to the

Track Squad Meets Cadets

The Harvard and Army track teams square off at West Point this afternoon to size one another up as contenders

Thinclads Drub B.U. As Benka Sets Record

Dick Benka and Keith Colburn livened up an otherwise uneventful evening last night, as Harvard's track team breezed by B.U.,

Huntley and Brinkley Boss: Reporting Chicago or Abusing It?

R OBERT Shad Northshield was as distraught as anyone over what happened in Chicago last August--but for different reasons than

Powerful Track Team Opens Season Tonight

Meet Time: 6 p.m. Harvard's track team opens its indoor season against B.U. in Briggs Cage tonight, boasting the same

Harvard Faces Big Green Today

Kickoff time: 1:30 p.m. Dartmouth's voracious throngs make their annual foray from the woods of New Hampshire into Cambridge today,

Harvard Out-Defenses Cornell in 10-0 Win

Cornell's highly-praised defense was outclassed Saturday by Harvard's own defenders, who bottled up Cornell's Bill Robertson to produce the Crimson's

Harvard Faces Crucial Ivy Tests

Kickoff Time: 2 p.m . Harvard's football team faces its first real Ivy League test today, when Cornell, smarting from

Ten-Run Tiger Third Inundates Cards, 13-1

The Detroit Tigers, exploding for a record-tying ten runs in the third inning, routed the Cardinals, 13-1, yesterday and evened

Nine Faces Yale Today In Vital League Game

Harvard's baseball team blanked Northeastern, 2-0, yesterday on Soldiers Field, as fastballer Ray Peters rested up for today's season finale

Track Team Finishes Third in Heps; Baker, Benka Win Two Events Each

Everything that went right for Harvard in last week's dual track meet with Yale went wrong in Saturday's Heptagonal Championships,

Baseball Team Upsets Dartmouth Nine, 17-3, Takes Lead in League

Harvard's baseball team pulled off a spectacular 20-hit upset yesterday by drubbing undefeated, league-leading Dartmouth, 17-3, in the Indians' home

Thinclads Dominate Boston Championships

Harvard's track team virtually wrapped up the outdoor Greater Boston Championships yesterday afternoon in Harvard stadium, by winning five of

Benka Takes 1st In Penn Relays Relay Unit Upset

Junior Dick Benka won first place in the shot put on a 58' 10 1/2" toss at the Penn Relays