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Jere Broh-kahn

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B.C. Defeats Quintet, 73-52; '57 Five Gains Ninth Victory

The varsity basketball team should have "stood in bed" last night. Or at least it should have stayed away for

Varsity Five Beats Princeton, Loses Squeaker to Columbia

The Crimson basketball team won one and three-quarters Ivy League games this weekend, but lost the other quarter and had

Crimson Five Opposes Lions Tonight, Princeton Saturday

Lion tonight, Tiger tomorrow is the varsity basketball team's bill of fare for this weekend. The Crimson will entertain Columbia

Four Crimson Teams Journey South Next Week

Daunted by Cambridge's rainy weather, the varsity tennis team will seek sunnier climes over spring vacation on its ten-day jaunt

Quintet Comes from Behind, Tops B.C. in Overtime, 73-70

Dick Manning and Bill Dennis scored in the late moments last night to lead the varsity basketball team out of

Basketball Team at Ithaca; Meets Favored Red Tonight

Varsity basketball coach Norm Shepard will lead his team against favored Cornell at Ithaca tonight in the opening game of

Varsity Quintet-Beats Wesleyan, 68-61, for Season's First Victory

The varsity basketball team managed to turn an expected easy victory into a close game for a while last night,

Varsity, Freshman Quintets Play Wesleyan Here Tonight

Undiscouraged by the varsity basketball team's 18-point opening game loss to Newport Officers' Candidate School, Coach Norm Shepard confidently expects

LINING THEM UP

Every year, about this time, varsity basketball coach Norm Shepard faces the asine headscline, deciding which latter-winners from last year's

Five Takes Scrimmage Over M.I.T., 60-46; Sacks Nets 22

Coach Norm Shepard put the varsity basketball team through a game-type scrimmage against M.I.T. last night in the I.A.B. and

THE SPORTING SCENE

Tucked away in a corner of Soldiers Field, far from the thoughts of most of the fall sports writers, a

THE SPORTING SCENE

The hapless Giants and luckless Indians recently faced the realization that they are good second-place teams, while the top-running Dodgers

Crimson Tennis Teams Play At Hanover; Ufford Captain

Coach Jack Barnaby has a cold and may miss his final match of the year when the varsity tennis team

THE SPORTING SCENE

After scoring the most successful coup of his tennis coaching career, you would expect Jack Barnaby to be quite content

Tarheel Tennis Squad Wins, Breaks Crimson Streak, 5-4

"As Dimaggio goes, so go the Yankees," sportswriters used to say, meaning that the big man had to produce to