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Freshman goaltender Allain Roy '92 made 30 stops in Harvard's semifinal win over Michigan State. Cleary, who alternated starting goaltenders throughout the season, tabbed Roy's classmate Chuckie Hughes for the championship game.
Minnesota players look on as Harvard celebrates its championship win.
A reporter interviews sophomore forward Ted Donato ’91 following the championship game. Donato, who currently coaches the Harvard men’s hockey team, earned tournament Most Outstanding Player honors.
NCAA trophy in hand, Harvard captain Lane MacDonald ’88-89 (left) embraces coach Bill Cleary ’56 on the ice following Krayer’s goal. MacDonald would accept the Hobey Baker Award in St. Paul the next day.
Allen Bourbeau ’88, Ted Donato ’91, and Nick Carone (L-R) ’89 celebrate in front of the Harvard section at the St. Paul Civic center on April 1, 1989.
Ed Krayer ’89-90 (right) watches his championship-clinching shot slide past teammate John Weisbrod ’91 and senior Minnesota goaltender Robb Stauber in overtime.
This single-sheet extra edition of The Crimson was published on Friday, November 22, 1963, the day John F. Kennedy '40 was shot. According to then-Crimson managing editor Bruce L. Paisner '64, the extra was printed at around 2:30 p.m. and distributed at around 5 p.m.
A student weeps as mourners gather outside Memorial Church on Saturday, November 23, 1963, to remember the fallen President. The photograph ran as the top image on the front page of the Monday, November 25, 1963, issue of The Crimson.
Robert F. Kennedy '48, the President's brother, and Jacqueline Kennedy, his wife, wait to join a funerary procession at the U.S. Capitol in this Associated Press photograph, which ran on the second page of the Monday, November 25, 1963, issue of The Crimson.
President John F. Kennedy '40 photographed in Boston by The Crimson on Saturday, October 19, 1963, just a month before he was assassinated. The photograph ran on page two of the Saturday, November 23, 1963, issue of The Crimson.