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Dennis P. Corbett

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Keeping Athletics for All in Hard Times

A primary goal of Harvard's athletic program traditionally has been "athletics for all." Certainly, the school has tried to field

Batsmen, Laxmen Elect New Captains

Harvard's baseball and lacrosse teams went to the polls yesterday to elect the captains who must try to put their

Lacrosse Team Stops Engineers, 13-7; MacKenzie Leads First Quarter Surge

The Harvard lacrosse team played only hard enough to win on yesterday's bright and lazy late April afternoon. The laxmen

Batsmen Split Doubleheader

The outlook, to borrow a phrase from "Casey at the Bot," is not brilliant. The Crimson nine dropped a 3-2

Dennis Anyone?

The scenes are familiar ones. A fleet wide receiver flings the football skyward after snaring a game-winning touchdown pass...A jubilant

Penn, Columbia Beat Harriers; Keefe Finishes Ahead of Pack

The Harvard cross-country team had to swallow its third defeat of the young season yesterday afternoon in New York City's

Dennis Anyone?

After three autumns of football-spectating in venerable Soldiers Field, I must admit I have been pleasantly surprised by Harvard football.

'Cliffe Tennis Ties for 3rd in Weekend Tourney

The Radcliffe tennis team, paced by sophomore captain Lissa Muscatine and freshman Denise Thal, stroked its way to a third-place

Swimmers Falter in NCAA's; Disqualification Mars 3rd Day

The Harvard swimming team, considered a cinch to place among the top 20 squads in the NCAA Swimming and Diving

Tigers Nip Swimmers in Eastern Meet

After three days and three nights of see-saw competition between the previously unbeaten Harvard aquamen and their none-too-genial host, Princeton,

Swimmers Vie for Eastern Aqua-Crown

The trouble with many good Ivy athletic teams is that they are like the proverbial big fish in a small

Swimmers Wary of Yale Hex In Season's Final Dual Meet

November--The Yale football team grounds a high-flying Harvard 11 in the Yale Bowl, 35-0, surprising everybody and extinguishing the Crimson's

Swimmers Destroy Pennsylvania, 97-15

The Harvard swimming team clinched at least a tie for the Eastern League swimming championship by pummeling Pennsylvania, 97-15, Saturday

Swimmers Dump Cornell, 71-42; Sweep GBC

The Harvard swimming team continued its methodical domination of any and all opposition, routing Cornell, 71-42, Saturday afternoon in Ithaca,

Swimmers Beat Chiefs, 93-20; Crimson Capture Every Event

The Harvard swimming team, sweeping to first place in every event, trounced Springfield, 93-20, last night at the IAB. The