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Crews Gear-Up for Sprints

Few teams in any college sport have dominated their rivals so thoroughly and for so long to be called dynasties.

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Harvard, Radcliffe Crews Split Weekend Races

In the wee hours of Saturday morning, two of the three of Eastern heavyweight crew--Harvard and Navy--sat steadily on the

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Heavies, Lights Triumph; Black and White Second

It definitely was not one of the more impressive displays of naval prowess. In fact, the midshipmen of Navy would've

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Crews Retain Stein Cup, Biglin Bowl

Walter J. Stein probably had a better fate in mind for his trophy. The Brown alumnus (17) and rowing devotee

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Crews Open Season

When Harvard's varsity lightweight eight bet their shirts with Coast Guard before Saturday's race--a time-honored crew tradition--there wasn't much doubt

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Texas Aquawomen Take Nationals Harvard Strong in Weak AIAW Meet

The University of Texas at Austin swam to its second straight AIAW national championship yesterday before a noisy crowd in

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Word Processors Worry Law School

Is the word processor a convenient tool for writers, or is it one more device to give panicky Law School

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Aquawomen Nab 3rd at Ivies

This weekend's last-ever Ivy League Championships at Brown wrote an important chapter in the annals of women's swimming on the

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Aquawomen Top Yale, 88-61

When a swimming coach decides that his team doesn't stand a chance of staying in the water with a stronger

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Aquawomen to Face Yale

In past years, as the Harvard women's swimming season began, the coach must have paced the Blodgett Pool deck muttering,

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Swimmer Overcomes Knee Injury

"I was drydocked." That's the way the puts it. The navy brat, turned high school All American, turned Harvard swimming

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