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Ted Ullyot

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The Unsung Hero of Heptagonals

You only need to remember one name from last weekend's Indoor Heptagonal Games, and you can forget about all the

Thinclads Place 5th

The Indoor Heptagonal Games, which Harvard hosted this past weekend, are the highlight of every Ivy League indoor track season--something

Crimson Runners Second, Third at H-Y-P Meet; Sugrue Shines But Many Stumble With Flu Bug

Too bad you can't sick out of track meets. Because if you could, the Harvard men's and women's track squads

Winter Carnival Just No Fun; Green Monster Eats Thinclads

"The Dean of Dartmouth College wishes to remind students that the Carnival is an event for the Dartmouth Community and

Thinclads Come Close at GBCs

Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, they say--but you'd better start adding track meets to that list. Because

We Know Our GBCs

The Greater Boston Championships have traditionally given area colleges (Boston College, Brandeis, Boston University, MIT, Northeastern, Tufts and Harvard) the

Women Spikers Take 7th; Tigers Claim Ivy Crown

The Harvard women's volleyball team closed out its season this weekend at Brown's Marvel Gym, tying Dartmouth for seventh--and last--place

Cabot-North, Quincy Triumph; Head to House Football Finals

It was definitely a day to choose the run over the pass. And that's exactly what Quincy quarterback Dan Sullivan

Checkmating Injuries

When Harvard men's hockey Captain Scott Fusco whips into the corner after a loose puck this season, he won't have

Kirkland Tops Adams, Earns First Victory, 8-0

On the final day of the house football regular season, Kirkland sneaked away with its first victory of the year,

JV Football Squad Falls While Freshmen Fly

PROVIDENCE, R.I.--Sear Carew scored three touchdowns as the Harvard freshman football team took advantage of seven Brown turnovers to post

Ruggers Earn Consolation At New England Tourney

This weekend's wind and constant drizzle forced most wise people to stay inside. Undaunted by the elements, rugby players from

House Football Nears Playoffs

An enthusiastic Leverett House team crunched Adams's expansion franchise, 28-0, yesterday at Soldiers Field. The most lopsided game in interhouse

Freshman Gridders Cruise, 35-0

Some things speak for themselves, but the Harvard freshman football team's win over Princeton was more interesting than the 35-0

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