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The Classic Gridiron Marks its Golden Jubilee

Harvard Stadium--the house that built big-time football--celebrates its golden jubilee when the Crimson eleven meets Dartmouth today. On an autumn

Varsity Meets Columbia in New York Today for Ivy Opener

WBZ will broadcast the Harvard-Columbia game at 1:46 this afternoon. NEW YORK, N. Y., October 16--Installed as six-point underdogs in

Clasby Sparks Crimson To 28-26 Colgate Win

Clasby made the difference--Clasby and the Harvard line. But, then again, the Harvard line didn't have anyone like Dick Clasby

Education and the Fifth Amendment

No person shall be held to answer for a capital or other infamous crime unless on presentation of indictment of

Ex-Crimed Sack Arrested for Hiding on Red Prisoner Ship

Stars and Stripes reporter John J. Sack '51, former CRIMSON editor and best-selling author of "The Butcher," was arrested by

Yale Swim Sweep Rolls On; Crimson 2nd in Team Score

Crimson swimmers took a second and three thirds, but the second installment of the 13th Annual Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming Championships

Crimson Hopes for Second in Meet

The fabulous third heat of the 1500-meter freestyle told the whole story last night an the 13th Annual Eastern Intercollegiate

Eastern Swim Tourney Opens at IAB Tonight

The gruelling 1500-meter freestyle event opens the 13tyh annual Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming Championships at the Indoor Athletic Building tonight at

Elis Beat Swimmers, 55-29, To Take 100th Straight Win

Yale's swimmers took everything but the Harvard pool before they left Cambridge Saturday. Bob Kiphuth's invincible Elis streaked to their

Unbeaten Crimson Swimmers Test Yale's 99-Meet String

It happens every spring. The Yale swimming team--fastest thing in the water-regularly crops up at the end of the Crimson's

Swimmers Top Army, 64-20, For 5th Consecutive Victory

The Black Knights of the Hudson returned yesterday to their West Point jousting grounds, bellies full of chlorinated water. A


When it comes to swimming--or at any rate, Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming--the words "Yale" and "unbeatable" have become synonymous. The Elis

Swimmers Face Springfield In Opening Meet of Season

Coach Hal Ulen's "Poor Man's Champions"--the Crimson swimmers--open their annual campaign for possession of second place in the Eastern League


Even in reasonably normal years, coaches in any sport must beware of contingencies like the draft, studies, or outside interests

Police Raid

"How soon, Lieutenant?" we asked. "Soon. They been out since two o'clock. They should have 'cm all by now." "What