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Vesper Boat Club Crew Triumphs, Deprives Crimson of Olympic Berth

The Harvard crew proved beyond any doubt Saturday afternoon that it is the best college crew in the country. But,

Historian Langer Enters Retirement After 37 Years On Harvard Faculty

On Wednesday, April 29, dozens of Harvard history professors squeezed into an already overflowing crowd of history students in Sever

Police May Train Dogs To Patrol Square Area

Police dogs, a rarity around the University until last Thursday, may soon become permanent fixtures in Harvard Square. In a

Detectives Seek Straus Trophy Thief

Cambridge police detectives are investigating the theft of the Straus Trophy, which disappeared from its perch in the Dunster House

MTA Yards to Be Sold; Harvard Still Bidding

It's spring, and the MTA Yard Sweepstakes are on again. The Metropolitan Transit Authority once more is interested in selling


Sonny Liston could not whip Cassius Marcellus Clay with his fists, but the bureaucrats and hypocrites of the World Boxing

National Student Group To Boost JFK Library

Over 2000 colleges and universities across the country have been asked to participate in a national student fund drive for

TKO's, Bloody Noses Mark House Boxing

Three hundred and fifty Harvard students crowded the IAB bleachers yesterday to see their friends and roommates draw blood and


All the crow in China wouldn't be enough to satisfy the appetites of the cognoscenti of the boxing world tonight

Big Bear Will Flatten Clay Tonight; Rabbit Hunt Should End in Fourth

Sonny Liston meets Cassius Marcellus Clay tonight for the Heavyweight Championship of the civilized world, and most experts expect that

Eugene Black to Head JFK Library

Eugene R. Black, who resigned recently as head of the World Bank, has been chosen chairman of the national fund

Liston Supremacy Unchallenged

A shortsighted sportswriter a few months back dared to ink the late New York Yankees with Sonny Liston in some

New Procedure For Army Draft Used This Year

Fellows, your jealously guarded civilian status is in no way endangered, or even changed, by the "notice concerning selective service"

Vellucci Uncovers Mystery Prison; Ed School May Buy Crocodiles

The first Ivy League prison complete with a crocodile-infested moat may be constructed this summer in the guise of Harvard's

City Council Blasts Ed School Castle

The Harvard Education School castle to be constructed this summer on Appian Way across from Longfellow Hall came under heavy