Robert W. Gerlach


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.


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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.


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


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


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.


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


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


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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