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Ann M. Koufman

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Racquetmen Ready After Southern Trip

The Harvard tennis team showed great promise for this season's competition as it posted a 6-6 record in exhibition play

Princeton Sweeps Opening Tennis Tournament

Harvard's two top racquetmen returned to Princeton this weekend for the 7th Annual Princeton Invitational Indoor Tournament to defend the

'Cliffe Field Hockey Falls to Brown in 1-0 Battle

The Radcliffe field hockey team lost again yesterday--So what else is new? Despite all its efforts the varsity bowed for

Linsley, Wood Named All-Stars But 'Cliffe Drops Two Games

After strong performances this weekend at a Northeastern tournament, Karen Linsley and Maude Wood were named to the All-Star teams

Radcliffe Hockey, Tennis Teams Compete in Weekend Tourneys

The Radcliffe field hockey and tennis teams are competing in championship tournaments this weekend. The field hockey squad is playing

Radcliffe Field Hockey Bows to Undefeated Wheaton

The Radcliffe field hockey team nearly ousted Wheaton from the ranks of the undefeated yesterday in a fiercely battled 2-0

Williams Field Hockey Garners Decisive Win Stretches Radcliffe's Losing Streak to Five

Radcliffe's field hockey team anticipated a win against Williams at home this weekend but their opponents proved themselves to be

Tennis Players Compete in Tourneys

The Harvard tennis team swept the Annual Eastern Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament at Princeton University last weekend, racking up 42 points

Connecticut Confuses the Cliff To Take Decisive 3-1 Victory

The Connecticut field hockey team defeated the 'Cliffe stick handlers decisively Saturday, showing from the start they could outsmart the

Harvard's Kirkland Hotel May Be Bicentennial Bust

The University may lose about $2000 on its Bicentennial Inn at Kirkland House, which opened on July 28, because reservations

Officials Reconsider Cabot Hours

Summer School officials, in response to student opinion, are reconsidering last week's decision not to extend Cabot Science Library weekday

University's Bicentennial To Lose Money

Harvard's Bicentennial activities are in danger of losing money because demand for them is lower than University officials expected. Kirkland

Harvard Budgetary Consultant: Will Head Massport Authority

David W. Davis, University budget consultant, will assume the directorship of the Massachusetts Port Authority July 17, the Massport board

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Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
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