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A King for Democracy

The Palacio d'Oriente, historically the residence of Spanish monarchs, stretches ominously across a high bluff overlooking Madrid. A museum currently

No Crimson Glasses

F OR ALMOST A YEAR I've been sharing one shower in South House with 10 other undergraduates. Beyond the ceiling

City Council Allocates Funds To Save Schools, Spend Aid

The Cambridge City Council last night approved two sizeable budget allocations--one to bail out the fiscally strapped School Department and

Council Considers Spending $3.6 Million in State Aid

The Cambridge City Council last night turned its attention to finances, discussing but not acting on two spending proposals of

City Elects New Council, School Committee Today

Cambridge voters, including about 1000 Harvard students, will today select the people who will run the city and its schools

Booters Bow At Brown, 2-0

Soccer, at the most neophyte spectator will tell you, is a game played in two halves. The Harvard men's soccer

Princeton Nips Men Booters In the Final Minutes, 3-1

For 80 minutes, the Harvard men's soccer team went dead even with Princeton Saturday at Ohiri Field. But when the

Defense the Key to Booters' 2-0 Victory Over Dartmouth

For the first time this season, the Harvard men's soccer team didn't take full advantage of the scoring chances it

Booters Down Eagles

Sophomore forward John Catliff did the Harvard men's soccer team a big favor when he scored with 20 minutes left

Changing the Formula

I t has already started in the Cambridge City Council chambers at the regular Monday night meetings. After a year

Report Raises Questions on Craigie

An official document of the University's real estate management operation raises questions about the necessity of parts of the $2.5-million

Aquamen Lead At Easterns

To say that the Harvard men's swimming team gunning for a fifth consecutive Eastern Seaboard Championship is a depleted squad

Unbetan Aquamen Curb Bulldogs To Take Sixth Eastern League Title

Hal S. Ulen couldn't help but be jenous. Harvard's first men's swimming coach ended his 20-year career with an 82

Men's Swimming

It was billed as the meet for which the Harvard men's swimming team had waited a very long time. As

City Council Warned of Housing Crisis

The director of the city's public housing agency late night told the Cambridge City Council that more than 800 families