Peter B. Taub

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The Moviegoer

Prospective customers of the Keith Memorial within the next few days should be warned, first of all, that "The Thing"

Harvard Cuts 1952 Journeys To Princeton

Harvard will not meet Princeton next season in soccer, squash, wrestling, or fencing, and probably not in baseball, it was


When Lloyd Jordan was appointed football coach last spring, one of his first acts was to name as his trainer

Track, Wrestling Teams Open Today

Five sophomores will wrestle on Coach Bob Pickett's first Harvard team as the Crimson opens its mat season at M.I.T.

Navy Won on Spirit and Excellent Defense

PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 2--The men, women, and children piling out of New York's Penn Station by the special train-load practically ignored

Jordan Forms Foundations For Future Football Surge

The story of one football season--in cold terms of games won and lost--is of more or less passing, significance, for

Yale's Hickman Fields a Well-Balanced Eleven

The people connected with Yale football are very anxious to celebrate the introduction of the ten-year plan at New Haven,

Egg in Your Beer

The Varsity Club not only provided a large number of its faithful with an edible portion of roast beef (Flanked

Black Knight Platoons Storm Stadium Today

West Point's brave old Army team-considered by many observers the finest undergraduate football squad in the land today-thunders into Soldiers