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Polo Team Drops Sixth Straight to VFMA; Ten-Goal Rally in Middle Chukkers Decisive

Washington would have been proud, but for the Harvard polo team it was just another futile attempt at victory as

Harvard Polo Hits Skid Row

The polo team went down to its fifth consecutive defeat as the Skidmore horesemen trampled the Crimson, 11-3 Friday night

Harvard Teams Have Little Vacation

While most Harvard students are soaking up the comforts of home or cluttering their local libraries over the Christmas recess,

Polo Team Drops Match to Norwich, 13-9, Despite Late Rally and Four Tanner Goals

The Harvard polo team outplayed a disciplined Norwich University squad for the final three chukkers but never recovered from the

Radcliffe Five Trounces Brown, 58-35 For Fourth Victory Without a Defeat

"We were shaky at the beginning and quite nervous," Radcliffe coach Carol Kleinfelder said after Saturday's basketball game with Brown.

Elis Ride Past Polo Team

The Harvard polo club opened its short indoor season Saturday with a 13-5 loss to Yale at the Army in

Stickwomen Succumb to Princeton

PRINCETON, N.J.--The previously undefeated Radcliffe hockey team lost a classic heartbreaker, 1-0, to Princeton on Saturday at Poe Field. The

Tufts Succumbs To Stickwomen In 4-0 Laugher

Sparked by Sarah Mlezcko's three goals, the Radcliffe field hockey team crushed the Jumbos of Tufts 4-0 yesterday in Medford.

Stickwomen on the Move, Contain Bates Eleven, 2-1

The Radcliffe field hockey squad gave notice that this season would be different from last by submerging a previously undefeated

J&B STRAIGHT

Harvard's wide receivers have always been an eccentric, talented, publicity prone contingent, and those of recent years are no exception.

Scott Meadow Muscles Way Into the Limelight

In February, Scott Meadow, Harvard's bodybuilding phenomenon, worked out in obscurity for four-and-a-half hours a day in a converted squash

Crimson Linksters Battle Wind at Brookline, Lose Season Finale to Providence by Three

Thrown off-balance by the wind and tricky pin placements, the Harvard golfers lost a tight match to Providence College by

Bogeyman Pursues Linksters; Salem, SMU Outduel Crimson

The Harvard golfers, buffeted by both the wind and the weak competition, finished a dismal third to Salem State and

Golfers Sleep on Course; Aced by Eagles, 394-402

The golf team proved yesterday that Boston College's victory over them in the Greater Boston championship on Monday was not

Golfers Stroll, Triumph by 35

The Harvard golf team destroyed MIT and the University of Vermont in a tri-meet at Concord Country Club yesterday in

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