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Placement Director Teele Tells of Good Opportunities For Job-Hunting Seniors, but Decries Procrastination

"There will very likely be no unemployment in store for this year's crop of Harvard graduates." This cheering forecast comes

Harlow Sees Fall Outlook Clouded By Uncertainties

Resuming spring practice sessions after a week's layoff, Dick Harlow and his staff are back on Soldiers Field again, trying

Buckeyes Whip Crimson Quintet 46-38 In Eastern Semi-Final Tilt at New York

NEW YORK, March 21-At 9:27 o'clock tonight any hopes for bringing a national championship to Cambridge faded into history, as

Quintet Takes 19th Victory In Chelsea Hospital Game

Undaunted by superstition, Floyd Stahl's Varsity quintet came from behind to defeat the Chelsea Naval Hospital team, 63 to 38,

Lots Throw Crimson and Buckeyes' Quintets Together in NCAA Opener

Ohio State versus Harvard, and North Carolina versus N.Y.U.--these are the pairings for the N.C.A.A. semi-finals on March 21 at

Stahl Five Repeats Victory Over Chelsea Sailors 77-41

Rising to the challenge of a smooth-playing and vastly improved Chelsea Naval Hospital squad, the Varsity quintet fought hard to

Quintet's Wins Over Quonset and BU Virtually Clinch Bid to NCAA Meet

For the first time since basketball was introduced in Cambridge, a Crimson team looms as by far the strongest contender

Gray's Last-Minute Score Stops Jumbo Threat, 67-65

Responding to the exhortations of some 1600 rabid rooters who overflowed Cousens Gymnasium, the Tufts basketball team came perilously close


Speculation among local sports scribes as to Harvard's participation in a proposed sectional post-season basketball tournament is increasing rapidly as