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Swimmers Head for the West Coast, NCAAs

To most college athletes, the last week in March is a relatively insignificant time of the year, a period of


Swimmers Seek Back to Back Titles; New Coach Voices Gautious Optimism

Few first-year coaches are lucky enough to inherit a team capable of winning both league and Eastern crowns, setting new


Crimson Booters Down Columbia, 3-1

The Harvard soccer team, taking advantage of a porous Columbia defense, broke out of its scoring doldrums Saturday as it


Harvard Booters Host Lions In Key Ivy League Opener

Wanted: Experienced soccer forward. Local college soccer team desperately needs player with considerable goal-scoring talent for fall season. Qualified candidates


Booters Face Ephmen Today

Coming off a good week of practice after a shocking 3-0 loss to Wesleyan, the Harvard soccer team will try


Booters Suffer First Loss of Season; Wesleyan Tops Punchless Crimson, 3-0

The Harvard soccer team, with three key regulars sidelined by injuries, dropped its first game of the season yesterday as


Booters Host Wesleyan in Key Game; Kidder and Fearnett Join Injury List

The Harvard soccer team, weakened considerably by key injuries to starting goalie and captain Steve Kidder, fullback Brian Fearnett and


Booters Top MIT on Fluke Goal, 1-0; Booth Scores on Engineer Deflection

How can a soccer team win if its opponent scores the only goal of the game? Simple. If the opposition


Harvard Opens Soccer Season vs. MIT Today

Boasting a new formation (a 3-3-4), a new philosophy (a defense-oriented, American-style game), and many new faces (seven new starters),


Graduation Thins Ranks; Soccer Script May Vary

F OR THE PAST few autumns the Harvard soccer team has followed a script about as varied as a John


Harvard Thinclads Beat Army, 84-70

The Harvard track team, on the strengths of seven wins in the field, took its third meet of the season


Swim Coach Gambril Quits for Job at Alabama

Head swimming coach Don Gambril will be leaving Harvard in June for the University of Alabama, The Crimson has learned.


Harvard Places 16th in NCAA Swim; Yntema Finishes Third in 200-yd. Fly

Paced by Hess Yntema's suberb third place performance in the 200-yd. butterfly, the Harvard swimming team concluded a highly successful


Harvard Adds Two Points in NCAA Swimming

Despite setting two more new University records, the Harvard swimming team failed to match its first-day performance at the NCAA


Swimmers Score 5 Points in NCAA Championships

Breaking three University records and placing one individual and one relay in consolation finals, the Harvard swimming team got off

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