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Group to Aid Negroes Gain Faculty Jobs

Thomas E. Pettigrew, associate professor of Social Psychology, has been working for about a year on a committee to interest

Detroit Leads NHL Race, But Toronto Will Win Cup

The National Hockey Leage is heading into the last two weeks of its regular season with the usual rat race

Clark to Captain Sextet; Daly, Burnes Win Cups

Bobby Clark, Harvard's highest scoring defenseman, was elected captain of next year's hockey varsity Wednesday night. The John Tudor Memorial

Six Closes Year At Yale Tonight

As the Harvard sextet winds up its season tonight at Yale, it will have the chance to tack two rather

Harvard Sextet Defeats Tigers in Overtime, 3-2; Smith Makes Two Goals

PRINCETON, N.J., March 2--Harvard's hockey team continued its long-standing domination over Princeton here tonight, 3-2, but it needed more than

Sextet Won't Enter ECAC Tourney B.U. Should Defeat B.C. for Title

Three Greater Boston hockey teams and three Ivy League clubs are sure to get berths in the Eastern College Athletic

Skaters Hustle By Dartmouth 3-1; Zellner Scores Two, Burnes One

The Harvard hockey varsity hustled and passed the puck better last night than it has in weeks, and came out

Sextet Loses to Huskies, 3-1, As B.C. Wins Beanpot Tourney

Harvard played one of its slowest and sloppiest hockey games of the season last night, and was rewarded with a

Weak Tiger Six Invades Watson

Harvard gets its chance of the season to win an Ivy League hockey game tonight at 8 p.m. when Princeton

B.C. Fells Harvard 5-4 in Beanpot On Goal in Sudden-Death Overtime

Harvard's determined hockey varsity fought from behind three times, once with less than a minute left in the third period,

Cornell Sextet 19-0 Winners in Last Outing Will Oppose Erratic Crimson Here Tomorrow

Harvard plays its last home hockey game of the semester against Cornell tonight at 8 p.m. at Watson Rink. The

Last-Minute Rally by B.C. Sextet Sets Back Scrappy Crimson, 3-2

Boston College scored two goals in the last four minutes last night to erase a 2-1 Crimson edge and eke

Improved Icemen Host Speedy B.C.

The Harvard hockey team will find itself in its usual role of underdog tonight when it faces Boston College at

Sextet Visits Clarkson, St. Lawrence

The Harvard sextet sets off for the northern edge of New York this weekend, and should return with a victory

Army, B.U. Are East's Top Sextets; Harvard Wallows Near the Bottom

With the first month of the season gone, the usual rat race is developing in Eastern hockey. But this year