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Stephen A. Herzenberg

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Don't Judge a Team By Its Record

Ho-hum, says the casual observer. 6-7-1, another mediocre season for the Crimson men's soccer team. Not so, says the careful

UMass Topples Booters, 1-0

The script seemed perfect--continual pressure from the clearly superior team and finally a goal late in the game. The writer

Booters Battle Penn to Scoreless Tie

The Harvard men's soccer team overcame nagging injuries to outplay Penn Saturday in a scoreless battle at the Business School

Blue Collars on the Board

A UNION PRESIDENT on the company's board of directors? That must be Germany, land of co-determination and 50 per cent

Crimson Booters Edged In Overtime; Terriers Tally In Last Eight Minutes

Missing two of their top forwards for most of a game against Boston University (B.U). New England's second-ranked team, the

Booters Drop to Bruins, 3-0; Win Streak Snapped at Five

PROVIDENCE, R.I.--The Harvard soccer team's bubble burst yesterday in the unlikeliest of places--here in Providence, R.I.--as unvaunted Brown upset the

Booters Cruise to Fifth Straight, 4-0

The suddenly invincible Harvard men's soccer team romped to its fifth straight win yesterday, decimating hapless Bowdoin, 4-0, at the

Booters Shut Out Tigers, 2-0

Led by the crushing tackles and forward dashes of Ivy League Player of the Week Lorenzo DiBonaventura, the rejuvenated Harvard

Booters Take Second Straight With 2-0 Win Over Dartmouth

Don't look now, but the Harvard soccer team has won two games in a row. Shocking though it may seem,

In the Pros, Ost is Still the Most

The American Soccer League's (ASL's) Pennsylvania Stoners, already decimated by injuries, had only about eight healthy bodies left, as gangling

Men's Soccer Nips URI, 2-1; Duggan Scores Game-Winner

For the first time in over a year the Harvard soccer team won a game the odds-makers expected them to

Soccer Escapes With Win Over Wesleyan, 1-0

Nobody could have confused the Harvard soccer eleven with the North American Soccer League Champion Vancouver Whitecaps yesterday afternoon. Fortunately

Tigers Bombard Netmen in Lopsided 8-1 Victory

"For us to have beaten them today they would have had to break some ankles," Harvard tennis coach Dave Fish

Netmen Battle Princeton For Eastern League Title

In most parts of the country, dangerous animals with sharp teeth and razor-like talons are kept inside cages. But in

Yale Edges Netmen in New Englands

What goes up must come down. The Crimson tennis team which had been up in the clouds during its 8-1

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Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads