Laurence D. Savadove

Latest Content

Down to Eartha

You climb the iron stair the stage door man points out and walk along the paint peeling corridor until you

Holy See Excommunicates Feeney To End 4-Year Doctrinal Dispute

Leonard J. Feeney has been excommunicated. The long expected action was announced last night in the Pilot, official publication of


There is no Christmas on Washington Street this year. The sparkle is there but not the spirit. Today's Toyland is

The Prisoner of Zenda

There is nothing to carp about in this picture. The stars are superb, the story sensational, and the scenery simple.

Insect Theme Dominates Fashions With 'Ant' Look

Even in intimate contact with the swing of civilization, the kings of couture have this year anticipated the predicted conquest

The Atomic City

Melodrama is doing for movies today what it did for theatres at the century's turn -- saving them. When writers

Pair ClaimP hone Case 'Frame-Up'

Two freshmen, arrested late Thursday night in Somerville on alleged charges of "offensively and disorderly accosting and annoying a certain


Down off the southern coast of China, about an hour and a half from Hong Kong by small motor launch,

Crime Marches On

In the history of crime in America, if it ever gets written, there will probably be one large chapter headed

Never Take No For An Answer

American G.I.'s apparently left behind more than 16-year-old mothers, orphaned shoe-shine boys, and mud splattered monasteries when they pulled out

Pandora and the Flying Dulchman

Moonlight slithered down through the cool breeze that came off the Mediterranean to toy with Pandora's the small yacht which

Fairbank Says Investigators Play Games

Congressional investigations resemble "a cops and robbers game" in the words of John K. Fairbank '29, professor of History, returned

The Bookshelf

Every now and then, there pops up in the world a man who can take the trials and traumas of

Board Rates Will Jump Next Term

Higher weekly and transient board rates will go into effect on February 4, when the spring term begins, Administrative Vice-President

From the Pit

It's the time of year for critics to begin throwing bouquets at Hollywood instead of barbs. "Ten Best" lists are