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Canterbury Tales:

"When I first heard about the Canterbury Society as an undergraduate," says Harvard Admission Director Bill Fitzsimmons, "I thought it

Debi's Dream Comes True

"You wait and see--we'll have a championship-calibre squad at Radcliffe in the future. And we'll also beat those guys one

Heavyweights Salvage Season

1978 will be remembered as the year that "The Race" finally lived up to its billing. Coach Harry Parker's heavyweight

Harvard's Win Is as Easy as ABC

"Cue the ref!" By barking that ironic command, ABC-TV "NCAA Game of the Week" producer Ned Staeckel put into motion

The Skeleton in Skater Dorothy Hamill's Closet

Figure skating star Dorothy Hamill has enjoyed all of the publicity and attention that surrounds a three-time national champion. Her

A.P. Tabs Jiggetts To All-East Team

Post-season accolades are still coming in for Harvard's Ivy gridiron champion Captain Dan Jiggetts, recently named to the third team

Brown Takes Second in Ivies; Big Green, Penn Notch Wins

While 'The Game' was deciding who would win all the marbles, the rest of the Ivy League was battling for

Princeton Stickers Blank Radcliffe, 4-0, To Remain Unbeaten; Rhodes Shines

Tiger field hockey stalwart Emily Goodfellow picked up the coveted three-goal "hat-trick" enroute to a 4-0 Princeton victory over host

Ivy League Round-up

The Bruins had a field day, the Bulldogs are back in the thick of things, and the Big Green notched

Wellesley Stickers Whitewash' Cliffe, 1-0

Oh, so close, but yet so far. Radcliffe's field hockey team dropped its second straight heartbreaker yesterday, a 1-0 loss

Crusaders Nip Brown, 21-20; Penn Tops Tigers; Yale Wins

Soldiers Field wasn't the only scene of excitement this weekend for Ivy League faithful. A pair of heavy favorites--Brown and

Green Downs Jayvees, 28-13; Harvard Frosh Falter, 21-7

The Big Green football invasion, phase one, successfully completed maneuvers yesterday at the Soldiers' Field sports complex. Dartmouth's freshman aerial

B.C. Tops Freshmen, 16-7

When one thinks about Boston College's football program, one recalls a number 20 ranking in the pre-season national polls and

Brown, Dartmouth Win

Princeton and Brown both copped their initial Ivy League encounters to grab a share of the early lead in the

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