James R. Ullyot

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B-School: Pragmatism and Professionalism

At the College, the Business School has a lousy image. B-School students are considered Babbitts and conformists. At the Business

The Mad Sport Of Skydiving

In the interest of the development of skydiving as a major sport at the Summer School, the Summer News is

The Myth of the 'Jock'

According to the quick, unstrained, and often exciting method of thinking--that of pigeon-holing and generalizations--Harvard is composed of three types:

Rugby Club Plans Vacation Trip With Three Games in St. Louis

(Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of pre-season summaries of the outlook for Crimson spring sports teams.)

Counsel for Grove Press Defends Miller's Novel

Faced by strong accusations against his client last night, the legal counsel for Grove Press took off his coat, stood

Rosset to Attend Winthrop Forum On Henry Miller

Henry Miller, the Tropic of Cancer, and the recent court decision banning the book in Massachusetts will be the topics

Yovicsin Praises 'Cinderella' Squad, Credits Seniors for Ivy Championship

Probably the happiest and most relaxed man in Cambridge right now is John M. Yovicsin, who completed his fifth--and best--season

Yale Rally Beats Crimson, 7-3, In Freshman Football Contest; Eli JV's Also Win in Wet Game

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 24--Playing in the dark, dreary, drizzly, muddy--and cold--conditions which plagued today's opening of the Harvard-Yale weekend,

Princeton: A Second-Class Power?

There's nothing quite like a Harvard- Princeton football game," we can reflect of the game tomorrow in the Stadium- 54th


With the news of the mighty Princeton victory over Brown Saturday--52 to 0--comes another bit of interesting information: Greg Riley,

A Happy Trio

KEITH JULIAN, LEE FREEMAN, and JOHN VAN-SCHALKWYK, executives of the Harvard Rugby Club, take time out for a picture after

Taylor Is Ivy Back of the Week

Four of the five games the unpredictable Harvard football team has played this year have been upsets. Only two have

Football Team Falls to Columbia

In the third period of Saturday's football game, Harvard marched 70 yards for a touchdown to cut Columbia's lead to

Crimson Fears Strong Passing Attack From Powerful Columbia Eleven Today

Let's face it, the football team's pass defense hasn't' really been tied this year. Lehigh scored on a long 69-yard

Rugby Club Plans Trip to Europe

This is without a doubt one of the brightest and most encouraging years in the history of the Harvard Rugby