34th Annual Championship Regatta
(Combined heavyweight and lightweight competition)
(All races are at 2000 meters)
Lake, Quinsigamond, Worcester, MA
Sunday, May 13, 1979
(Lanes are numbered from 1 to 6, beginning on the Worcester Shore)
(Seedings: 1-Yale, 2-Harvard, 3-Princeton, 4-Cornell, 5-Navy, 6-Dartmouth)
8:45 a.m. Heat No. 1: Lane 2--Yale, Lane 3--Princeton, Lane 4--Navy, Lane 5--Penn
9 a.m. Heat No. 2: Lane 2--Harvard, Lane 3--Cornell, Lane 4--Dartmouth, Lane 5--MIT, Lane 6--Columbia.
2:30 p.m. Petite Finals: Three crews placing 4th and 5th in Heats
2:45 p.m. Grand Finals: Six crews placing 1st, 2nd and 3rd in Heats
(Seedings: 1-Yale, 2-Harvard, 3-Northeastern, 4-Syracuse, 5-Cornell, 6-Penn)
9:15 a.m. Heat No. 1: Lane 2--Yale, Lane 3--Penn, Lane 4--Princeton, Lane 5--Dartmouth, Lane 6--Boston University.
Radcliffe ForumCynthia Griffin Wolff and Ann Lane, two biographers of women, will speak at the first of the Radcliffe Forum's Charlotte
Harvard Ices ECAC Title, 6-3Thousands of players have skated in the ECAC Championships since the tournaments' inception 26 years ago. But none of them
Ford GrantsTwo University scholars recently received $57,000 from the New York-based Ford Foundation to write non-fiction accounts of "problems and issues
Fifteen Minutes: Dance, Little Lady: Harvard's ballerinas express themselvesIt's a playing field where the toughest competitors sweat exquisite grace, a helmet of poise protects fragile egos and the
Lane Reminisces on ChildhoodActress Diane Lane explains how her youthful love of horses led her to “Secretariat”
Men's Heavyweights Row the OklahomaThe Harvard men's heavyweight rowing team sent an eight of upperclassmen to the Head of the Oklahoma this weekend.