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Ronald W. Wade

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On Contradictions

T HERE IS A GULF between the intentions and actions of black Harvard students. They clamor for more active recruiting

Cornell Drubs Crimson Laxmen, 20-1

Cornell scored, literally. Twenty Big Red goals found their way past Harvard's defensive sieve Saturday afternoon at the Business School

Boston University Five Wins First George Jackson Tourney

Boston University held off a strong fourth-quarter rally to defeat Harvard, 66-64, last Saturday night and to capture the first

Lacrosse: Munro's Last Stand

Like now-retired New York Jet head man Weeb Ewbank, Harvard varsity lacrosse coach Bruce Munro is learning that not all

Billerica Hoop

A WRONG turn we took on the Mass. Turnpike made us late for the basketball game with the Billerica Jail

Big Red Sinks in IAB, 79-67

Harvard's varsity came out with the most points in an athletic fiasco that was billed as a basketball game, when

Learning From Liu Shou-Shieu

C HINESE COMMUNIST PARTY members don't tell foreigners much about the organization or policies of the CCP. They have a

Wadin' In

According to the axiom that it's darkest right before dawn, a huge sunbeam should encompass the Indoor Athletic Building Monday

Powerful Crimson Offense Bombs Columbia, 57-0

The surprisingly tough Crimson football team won its third straight game Saturday afternoon, crushing Columbia, 57-0, at Harvard Stadium. Senior

Crimson Faces Weak B.U. Team in Easy Game

Harvard's football team, still savoring last week's opening game upset against UMass, should have no trouble disposing of hapless Boston

Satch Sanders to Head Harvard Hoop

Tom "Satch" Sanders is the new head varsity basketball coach, The Crimson learned yesterday. The Athletic Department will announce the

Afro Backs More Recruitment Of Prospective Black Students

The Harvard-Radcliffe Association of African and Afro-American Students (Afro) endorsed a reversal in this year's decrease in undergraduate admissions by

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