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When students lash out against undergraduate professionalism, the readiest object of attack is the monolith of Harvard professionalism, the Harvard

Crime and Punishment in the University

year a goodly number of Undergraduates violate the stern of mighty Harvard. Whether their offense is prompted by the overindulgence

Varsity Swimmers Sink Princeton; Seven Records Fall in 58-37 Win

Seven records fell at the I.A.B. Saturday as the undefeated Crimson swimmers won a hard-fought victory over a powerful Princeton

Swimming Team Meets Princeton In Crucial League Match Tonight

The Crimson's undefeated swimming team faces its most severe test of the season to date, as it tackles unbeaten Princeton

Lions Fall Easy Prey To Swimmers, 76-19

The Crimson swimmers effortlessly swept past a hapless Columbia squad, 76-19, Saturday at the I.A.B., to keep intact their undefeated

Swimmers Top Navy, 50-45

In a hotly contested meet at Annapolis last Saturday, the varsity swimming team edged Navy, 50-45. Four pool records fell

Army to Challenge Varsity Swim Team

The varsity swimming team opens its Eastern Intercollegiate League competition at 2 p.m. today in the IAB when it takes

Short Journal of Harvard Crime

Crime like a little old lady pickpocket, seldom seems a menace at Harvard. The University police are perennially plagued with

Swimmers Defeat Springfield, 76-19

The varsity swimming team opened it's season Saturday with a leisurely 76-19 win over Springfield at the I.A.B. No race

U.S. Foreign Aid Doctrine Riddled With Moralizing, Banfield Declares

"After more than ten years of practice, the theory of non-military foreign aid to underdeveloped countries is hardly more than

Varsity Soccer Will Meet Second-Place Brown Today

A soccer varsity hobbled with injuries travels to Providence today to clash with their toughest Ivy rivals of the season.

Mark Bonham-Carter

The Liberal Party in England these days is pretty much a family affair. Mark Bonham-Carter, who lost his seat in

Pickets Jeer 'Sing Along With SANE'

As a full house settled down in the Club Mount Auburn last night for a cozy evening of folk singing

Linen, Laundry Services Stop Room Deliveries in Yard

Students living in the Yard no longer receive room to room deliveries of linen and laundry. Under a new Administration

Hallstein Notes Political Goals of Common Market

Political rather than conomic goals are pre-eminent in the six-nation union of the Common Market, Walter Hallstein told a large