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Dartmouth Trips Laxmen, 12-6; Harvard's Nullet Scores Two

The Harvard men's lacrosse team came back once, twice, three times, but on each occasion the laxmen's bid fell short,

Laxmen Baffle UNH, 12-7; Forbush Scores Three

They growled and clawed more than a little bit at the beginning. A few of them, most notably head coach

Laxmen Manhandle Hapless Elis, 17-7

Last season the Harvard men's lacrosse team finished with an 11-3 record, a share of the Ivy League championship, and

Laxmen Fall to Bruins 11-9

Brown senior Charlie Meister didn't score any goals. Or any assists. In fact, he probably wasn't within three passes of

A New Beginning

Item: The Boston Red Sox traded reliever Dick Drago to the Seattle Mariners to finalize their opening day roster for

The Laxmen Labor, Injured and Out of Practice

So nobody's been seriously hurt during the renovation of Briggs Cage? Guess again. The Harvard men's lacrosse team should be

Laxmen Fall to Eagles, 9-7, Suffer Fourth Straight Defeat

The Harvard men's lacrosse team, battered by injuries, inexperience and just plain lack of practice, suffered its fourth straight loss

Some Good News and Some Bad News

There are a lot of things to remember about the 1980-81 Harvard hockey season. As the old joke says, first

Palm Springs, Anyone?

Rrring. "Boston Red Sox, Sandy speaking. May I help you?" "Uh, yes. Hello Sandy, I'am calling from The Harvard Crimson.

Catamounts Punish Dying Icemen, 9-4

Already eliminated from the playoffs, the Harvard hockey team also eliminated any chance for its first winning season since 1977

Beanpot Magic Continues: Icemen Belt Maine, 4-1

The beat goes on. The Harvard hockey team continued its winning ways last night, snapping an important ECAC victory from

To Tell the Truth

Flipping the T.V.'s channels on Monday afternoon, I happened to come across one of the classics, Garry Moore's "To Tell

Most Valuable: Wade Lau

And then there was Wade Lau. There was Boston College forward Robin Monleon with a flashy wrist shot at the

Falcone (4 goals) and Olson (3) Boost Icemen, 7-3

The score last night at Bright Center was freshman Phil Falcone and sophomore Greg Olson, 7. University of St. Lawrence,

B.C. Breaks B.U.'s Back, 5-2

A first-period shorthanded goal by Mark Switaj and a third-period power play goal by Mike Ewanouski boosted the Boston College

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