Bernard M. Gwertzman

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The Six-Month Program: A Critical Appraisal

The Army at present is re-evaluating its active duty reserve program by which thousands of college students in the last

Hiss Defends Position In Public Opinion Court

Alger Hiss' most personal comments appear in four short paragraphs at the end of his book. Summing up, Hiss writes:

Bowie Will Head New International Center

Robert R. Bowie, who resigned yesterday as Assistant Secretary of State for Policy Planning, will direct the University's first Center

Eight Professors Ask Arts Groups

An eminent eight-man faculty committee has urged the appointment of a Faculty Committee on the Visual Arts to "encourage cooperation


Three seasons ago, with Harvard basketball at an embarrassingly low point, Floyd Wilson was asked to take over as coach,

University Seen Ready To Build Eighth House

The University has apparently received enough funds from the first three months of "The Program for Harvard College" to begin

Gaitskell Asks for General Election; Will Stay for Godkin Lecture Tonight

Hugh Gaitskell called for a British general election yesterday in the light of Sir Anthony Eden's resignation as Prime Minister.

Active Support of U.N. Proposed by Gaitskell

Hugh Gaitskell called upon the Great Powers last night to lend active support to the United Nations, which he believes

University to Acquire Sargent College Land

The University will take over the land and property of Boston University's Sargent College as soon as this women's physical

Administration Votes Longer Parietal Hours

The Administrative Board voted yesterday to extend Saturday night parietal hours from 11 p.m. until midnight in the Houses. At

Facilities for Parking Inadequate, Survey of University Points Out

The University's parking facilities can satisfy only 54 per cent of the present demand, a detailed professional study revealed yesterday,

No Parietals Change Seen In December

Any extension of Saturday night parietal hours will come in mid-January at the very earliest. Two weeks ago the Student

Basketball Varsity Faces Tough Season

The cover of the annual NCAA Basketball Guide is generally reserved for one of the outstanding players in the country--usually

Yale Overpowers Crimson Eleven, 42-14

Since Yale's football team could pass better, run faster, block harder, and tackle more sharply than Harvard's, it goes without


Four years ago, this writer saw a very proud and confident quarterback named Dean Loucks lead an undefeated White Plains