Kim G. Davis


Inexperience Hurt Crimson Lax Squad

Nobody expected the Harvard lacrosse team to do well this year, so it was no surprise when they limped through


The Bitter and the Sweet Flavor Sports Seasons

Crimson athletic teams and expert sportswriters seldomly see eye-to-eye. Last November the Crimson football team defied the experts by beating


NCAA Changes Baseball Playoffs; 32-Team Regional Format Installed

The Harvard baseball team's quest for a trip to Omaha and the College World Series will have to take a


Tsitsos Leads the White Team To a 27-6 Intersquad Victory

The white team, led by the heroics of senior halfback Alky Tsitsos, defeated the red team, 27-6, in a Harvard


Gridders Battle 2 Teams In Pre-Season Scrimmage

A pre-season scrimmage with a regular season opponent is more an exercise in coy maneuvering than a simulated game. Each


Crimson Horsemen Head for Nationals

The Harvard polo team is not exactly an integral part of the Crimson athletic scene. Its coach, Michael Andrew, is


A White Christmas?

Christmas 1973 may well be remembered as the time when fir trees were bought not for decoration, but for firewood.


Wrestlers Down Bucknell, Upended by Rutgers, 27-14

A young Harvard wrestling team opened its season last Saturday with a victory and a loss in a triangular meet


Harvard Will Go to Yale for 90th Football Tilt

A tie for the Ivy League title, the pride of myriad alumni, and the hopes of two football squads will


Crimson Battle Bruins for Shot at League Crown

Harvard and Brown are no longer the cinderella teams they were at the beginning of the season. Both are viable


Upsets Scramble League Title Picture

If you are going to bet on the football card this weekend, or any weekend for that matter, do not


Both Offense and Defense Looked Flat After Last Week's Win Over Cornell

Dartmouth was a real pressure game for Harvard. And the prevailing question circulating in Cambridge was could the Crimson come


Harvard Defense Still Number One; Gridders Prepare for Cornell Clash

Harvard's varsity football team is the number-one defensive club in the college ranks--at least statistically. During last Saturday's 57-0 Crimson


Safran Sees Israeli Victory, Predicts Quick Egyptian Fall

"The battle going on right now in the Middle East will determine the outcome of the war," Nadav Safran, professor


Frosh Gridders Upend Tufts, Expect Another Good Season

Capitalizing on Bill Wendel's 73-yard scamper with an intercepted pass, the freshman football team yesterday defeated Tufts University's frosh, 13-7,

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