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Sports of the Crimson

The present undefeated Freshman crew comes at a time when it will be deeply appreciated, for without it, Harvard's immediate

Crimson Eight Wins Fifth Straight Adams Cup Race

Highlighted by the Varsity's sparkling performance in winning the Adams Cup for the fifth straight year, and further enhanced by


After leaving Cambridge in their chronically uncertain status, the "Varsity" and the "Junior Varsity" (you pay your money, and you

NAVY MENACES CRIMSON SUPREMACY Harvard Rated 'Fighting Chance' in Hep Meet Today

Not only the historic Adams Cup, but also the sprint championship of the East will go to the winner of

Sports of the Crimson

Like the New York skyline, the Wisconsin crew is something you won't want to miss, and you probably won't be

Varsity Eight Outgrows Princeton; Wins Compton Cup for Sixth Year

The Princeton festivities ran off without a hitch Saturday, as the Varsity, Jayvee, and Freshman crews all won their races

Crew Races Syracuse, MIT, Princeton on Lake Carnegie

Three of the Crimson's Pocock shells headed South in one of the Pennsylvania Railroad's glorified horse cars yesterday afternoon as


The Crimson was on the receiving end of some of its own medicine Saturday afternoon when Cornell's powerful eight, although

Crimson Crews Favored in Rowe Regatta

Four Crimson eights make their first public appearance tomorrow afternoon when they participate in the Rowe Memorial Cup Regatta over


Events happened fast and furiously yesterday afternoon, and when the wash died down Harvard had a new Varsity 150-pound crew.

Sports of the Crimson

To those wondering what sort of a record the Varsity crew is likely to produce this year, a glance at

Crew Faces First Race In 3 Weeks

With about 70 more miles astern of them as a result of a week's vacation rowing, the Varsity oarsmen now

Twelve Crews Will Practice Next Week

Twelve eights will work out twice a day during vacation as a result of yesterday's cuts which pared down the

Lightweight Crew Squad Bolstered by Plentiful Supply of Trained Oarsmen

This spring marks the 23rd that Bert Haines has been coaching Harvard crews, and under his veteran eye a promising

Lining Them Up

Crimson crew supporters can face the coming season with confidence, for working out of Newell Boat House at the present