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Students Lose Maid Service In Houses, Dorms After '56

University officials and members of the Harvard University Employees Representative Association will meet today to iron out final details on

Pusey Gives Approval To Ivy Football League

President Pusey said yesterday he would be "predisposed in favor" of a strong Ivy Football League. "I can't say anything

Ivy League Football Teams to Play Seven Intra-League Games in 1956

The Ivy League attempt to create a closely knit football league may well be the second step toward an eventual

Simple Ceremonies Install Pusey as President Today

Nathan Marsh Pusey will become the 24th President of Harvard University this afternoon in the Faculty Room of University Hall

Corporation to Extend Divinity Drive Deadline

The Corporation has decided to extend the deadline of the first half of the Divinity School's fund drive "for a

Overseers Assemble Today; Consider Pusey's Election

Close to 30 members of the Board of Overseers will meet at 3 p.m. this afternoon to consider the Corporation's

Symington Says Fear May Curtain America's Freedom

"Communism will lose and be destroyed. That has always been the fate of evil dictators; and I am certain that,

Pusey Flys to Reunion, Stays Only Five Hours

A still overwhelmed, but confident small-college President landed in Boston amid a mass of photographers and reporters yesterday and proceeded

Yale Breaks with NCAA On TV Football Policies

Yale University revealed yesterday in a statement to the CRIMSON that it would not abide by the National Collegiate Athletic

Decision on Furry May Come Today

The Corporation's long-awaited decision on Wendell H. Furry and other faculty members who balked before Congressional hearings will be revealed

College Breaks With NCAA On Grid Television Policy

In a surprise move, the College announced yesterday that it will not abide by the National Collegiate Athletic Association's football

Street Gang Ruthlessly Beats, Knifes Graduate

A recent College graduate was brutally beaten and slashed on Boylston St. last night by a and of marauding Cambridge

Overseers Meet at 11 a.m.; President May Be Selected

The next President of Harvard University may be picked today. Indications last night were, however, that no choice will be

Lubell Twins Pressured From Top 'Record' Jobs

David L. and Jonathan W. Lubell 2L resigned last week from their positions on the Law School Record as a

Law School Twins Testify at Hearing Today; Kamin, Three Others Invoke 5th Amendment

Jonathan W. and David L. Lubell, second year Law School twin brothers, were called before closed hearings of the Jenner

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