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Of Politics and Sports: The Classics Discover Cuba

Cuba. Mention of the place conjures images of the bearded one smoking a cigar and wearing fatigues. You might think

Bougas Takes New Englands

AMHERST, Mass.--The Harvard women's tennis team travelled to Amherst this weekend hoping for a New England title and returned with

Tennis Team Looks for Triple Crown

Peter Felske wants his women's tennis team to be, "not just a local or state power, but a regional power,"

Netwomen Win; Look to New Englands

Harvard's racquet women warmed up for this weekend's New England Championships by burning Trinity, 6-2, in dual meet action yesterday

Raquetwomen Stop Tufts Jumbos, 5-4, In Grudge Meeting

The women's tennis team continued its winning ways as it edged bitter rival Tufts, 5-4, yesterday in Medford. In its

Racquetwomen Win State Title

Following up last week's lopsided victory in the GBC's Harvard continued its domination of intrastate rivals as the Crimson raquetwomen

Netwomen Capture GBC Title

The Crimson netwomen blazed through their first tournament of the fall season, easily capturing the Greater Boston Championships Saturday at

Roberts and Horne Garner GBC Title

For the second straight year, the dynamic duo of Martha Roberts and Bob Horne teamed up to win the class

Laxmen Burn Dartmouth In Strong Season Finale

The season-that-might-have-been closed on a triumphant note for the men's lacrosse team Saturday as they defeated Ivy League contender Dartmouth,

Thinclads Stumble, 75-52, In Tough Season Finale

That old cliche about winning the war but losing the battle was reversed again for the women's track team, as

New Faces Pace Lights Past Cornell and Williams

The Radcliffe varsity lightweight crew, buoyed by key personnel changes and a new seat order, took advantage of fine racing

Bruins Foil Brownie, 7-4, As Batsmen Split Twinbill

The shifting fortunes of the Harvard baseball team changed as dramatically as the weather did Saturday, as the Crimson batsmen

Trackwomen Destroy Elis As Johnson, Harper Star

The weather was lousy for the second meet in a row, but the women's track team had little trouble braving

'Cliffe Lights Submerged As Weather, Luck Falter

Shakespeare would have laughed. Charlie Chaplin and the Keystone Cops would have appreciated it. The Three Stooges probably would have

Laxmen Crunch Eagles, 22-8, As Predun Leads Run Away

It was some of those games that players ways love to be in. It was a game where a am

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