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Intense Ivy Rivalry for 'Elite' of Applicants Puts Harvard Eyes on Nation-wide Promotion

In New Haven this spring, a record number of men applied for admission to Yale College. In Princeton, the Committee

Charles Wilson Will Get Honorary Degree Here

Mobilization Director Charles E. Wilson will be among the University's honorary degree recipients at Commencement next week, the CRIMSON learned

Intense Ivy Rivalry for 'Elite' of Applicants Puts Harvard Eyes on Nation-Wide Promotion

What kind of nationally "balanced" student body does Harvard want? How has competition from other Ivy League schools affected that

12,000 Frolic; Crimson Wins Shell

They lost the race, but they wound up with the Cambridge shell. While 12,000 onlookers cheered the winning Cantabs and

Old Committee on Athletics Displaced in Sports Shakeup

The 62-year-old Committee on the Regulation of Athletic Sports will be disbanded in July as one more step in the

New Athletic Committee Talks Policy; Director Will Not Be Appointed Now

A thoroughly reorganized Overseers' Committee on Athletics converged on Cambridge this weekend for two sessions on football policy. From these

Buck Plans No Present Increase in Tuition Fee

Provost Buck revealed yesterday that at present he has no plans for recommending any rise in tuition in the College

Whitney Heads Revised Overseers' Sports Body

A thoroughly reorganized and more compact Overseers' Visiting Committee on Athletic Sports will soon supplant the 23-man group which resigned

Hockey Team Shuts Out Tufts, 5 to 0, at Garden

Crimson skaters had little trouble shutting out Tufts, 5 to 0, at the Garden last night, but only occasionally did