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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

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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

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'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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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