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Harvard Hurt by Decision To Alter NCAA Schedule

Harvard's varsity soccer team was put at a very serious disadvantage in the NCAA university division soccer playoffs when T.

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Racquetmen Barely Ahead After End Of First Round

PRINCETON, N. J., March 6-Harvard's Fernando Gonzalez defeated a fluridden Mason Gerhart of Penn in the opening round of the

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Racquetmen Lose to Southern Teams But Harvard's Prospects Are Bright

Harvard's varsity tennis team won only two of six matches on its Southern tour last week, but coach Jack Barnaby

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Wrestlers Elect Starr New Captain

The varsity wrestling team has elected junior Ritchie Starr as its new captain. Starr, who finished fifth in the nationals

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Eli Rally Defeats Wrestlers; Crimson Finish Fifth in Ivy

Harvard's varsity wrestling team ended its season yesterday as it had begun the year last fall: with promising hopes but

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Briggs Whips Foes for Squash Title

Peter Briggs and the rest of the Harvard squash team approached perfection in the intercollegiate championships at Army yesterday. Briggs

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Visiting Yale Favored in Wrestling Finale

With the Ivy League title and the Eastern Intercollegiate championships already determined. Harvard and Yale will attempt to motivate themselves

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Undefeated Racquetmen Favored In Competition at Intercollegiates

Having secured every team title in sight, Harvard's varsity racquetmen face Penn and Navy challenges in a quest for individual

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Crimson Squash Team Wins Intercollegiate Title

Although the record book will show a 9-0 victory, Harvard's varsity squash team gave a poor performance yesterday against Yale.

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Wrestling Team Finishes Ninth in ECAC Action

Harvard's lightweights, Dan Blakinger (118) and Carl Biello (126), were the only Crimson wrestlers to place at the Easterns last

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Harvard Racquetmen Crush Penn

Harvard's varsity squash team humiliated Penn, the second-ranked squad in the country, 8-1 Saturday on the Hemenway courts. The lopsided

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All Crimson Wrestlers Lose Third-Place Finish is Possible

Harvard's varsity wrestling team advanced seven of ten wrestlers through the opening round of competition at the Eastern Intercollegiates yesterday.

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Crimson Racquetmen Host Quakers in Battle For Intercollegiate Championship Today

For the fourth consecutive year Harvard and Penn will clash in head-to-head competition for the national collegiate squash championship. The

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Six Seeded Wrestlers To Battle in Easterns

Despite a mediocre team record, Harvard could have as many as six seeded wrestlers in the Eastern Intercollegiate Championships at

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Top-Seeded N.Y. Raquetmen Eliminate Crimson in Second Round of Nationals

Harvard's varsity racquetmen played well Saturday in the United States Squash Racquet Association's national championships in Detroit, but national amateur

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