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Stickmen Cruise Past Dartmouth, 23-7

The Harvard stickmen wrapped up a splendid season Saturday, rolling past rival Dartmouth with surprising ease, 23-7. The triumph left


Record-Breaking Laxmen Dismember Williams, 29-3

Two years ago it was MIT, 27-0. Then it was Mass Maritime, 27-3. And yesterday, it was Williams's turn to


Laxmen Rally in Late Going, But UMass Hangs On, 12-11

The New Order will have to wait. Established lacrosse power UMass all but clinched its third consecutive New England title


Free Agent System Discussed By Commissioner Bowie Kuhn

While the new free agent system does not threaten the very existence of organized baseball, "we have to run up


Bay State Jinx Strikes Again; Chiefs Clobber Matmen, 25-14

The Harvard matmen fell victim to the Bay State jinx again Saturday, bowing to the Springfield Chiefs, 25-14. Each year


Swimmers Take Season's First Plunge

The Harvard women's swim team got its season off to an informal start Saturday, meeting ten other squads at the


Crimson Primed for Quaker Arrival

No, the Harvard football season did not end last week. It just seemed that way. The Crimson hopes for at


A Short Look at History

PROVIDENCE, R.I.--For those of you with a sense of history, the final score was not the only disappointment you left


Crimson Backs Rip Through Dartmouth

A week before, Dartmouth had shut out Yale, holding John Pagliaro to 62 yards on 41 carries. Earlier in the


Quarterback Riddle Remains Unsolved

If there was a bright side to the discovery last week that Harvard quarterback Tim Davenport was out for the


Crimson Grid Hopes Depend Largely On The Untested Defensive Secondary

Last fall, the Harvard football team returned starters a five of the six offensive skill positions, but by the end


Cornell Takes Lacrosse Title, Destroys Johns Hopkins, 16-8

The Cornell lacrosse team won its 29th straight game and its second consecutive NCAA championship Saturday, unleashing an awesome first-half


Cornell, Hopkins Advance to Lacrosse Final; Big Red's Two-Year Win Streak on the Line

Top-ranked Cornell and second-ranked Johns Hopkins both notched one-sided victories Saturday to advance to the NCAA lacrosse championship game. The


NCAA Lacrosse Tournament Heats Up

"NCAA lacrosse championships are only three years old," Peter Carry of Sports Illustrated wrote in 1973, "but already they have


Dartmouth Whips Slumping Crimson Stickmen, 13-7

It was a horrendous finish to a horrendous season. Dartmouth outscored the Harvard stickmen, 6-1, in the late going Saturday

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