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Carl A. Esterhay

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Four Fabulous Years of Fantasies and Frustrations

Call it only a college romance if you like but for me it was a torrid love affair. For four

Saturday Night Is All Right at the IAB

The word on Harvard basketball was that the Crimson could run with anybody--for about 25 minutes of a 40 minute

Shavers Plans to Trim Ali

Tonight Earnie Shavers squares off against Muhammad Ali in a World Heavyweight Championship fight at Madison Square Garden. Challenger Shavers

Batsmen Drown Big Green 19-1 After 3-0 Loss

It was just a social afternoon for the Harvard baseball team yesterday. There was no tournament for the Crimson and

Radcliffe Wins Tri-Meet, Sets Three New Records

Hold it! Don't bury the Radcliffe track story at the bottom of the sports page. This team is clamoring for

Crimson Nine Derail Engineers, 5-1, As Brown Is on Track Against MIT

A steady performance by pitcher Larry Brown overcame a sluggish performance by the Harvard baseball team as the Crimson eased

Harvard Track 20th at IC4As; Ajootian Qualifies For Nationals

Only the 1976 Red Sox rate above the Harvard indoor track team on the bell-shaped curve of frustration. Last week

Harvard Helpless at Heps

The T-shirt reads, "The Ivy League: A Tradition of Men in Exciting Positions," and the Harvard track team sold over

Hungry Huskies Feed on Yardlings, 7-4

The New Hampton Huskies struck for three goals in the final period to defeat the Harvard freshman hockey team, 7-4,

Tigers Paw Wounded Harriers

"Plop, plop, fizz, fizz--Oh what a relief it is." Unfortunately the relief wasn't there, and neither was half the Harvard

J.V. Icers Nip Codders 4-3 As Marchand Nets Two GoaIs

For those half-crazed, sick addicts of Harvard hockey who couldn't find tickets to the Beanpot or those who could but

Racquetmen Get It Back Together, 7-2

The Radcliffe squash team lost a road match to Penn, 5-2, Saturday as only captain Julia Moore and freshman Sarah

Elis Edge Cagers, 74-69, Beaulieu Leads With 30

The Big Man can dominate. The forwards can shoot and rebound. The guards can control the tempo of the game.

Williams Upsets Racquetwomen, 5-2

The Radcliffe squash team split a twinbill at Hemenway Gym yesterday, losing the opener to Williams, 5-2, and rallying in

Coach Taylor Puts Bite in Bulldogs

Yale's hockey team invades Watson Rink February 26 to tangle with the Harvard icemen in an Ivy League matchup. So

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Professor Summers

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Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

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