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Improved Tennis Team Seen For This Season

Even though Coach Jack Barnaby does not expect to come back after vacation with a team cup from the Tulane

Indian Five's Supremacy Challenged By Tiger Team

Running true to form, this year's hoop race for league positions has turned into a mad scramble for win, place,

Crimson Hoopsters Smear Penn 59-33 As Hyde, Burditt Star

It rained baskets last night in the Indoor Athletics Building as Coach Earl Brown's Varsity basketeers rolled up 59 points

Crimson Hoopsters Battle Quakers Tonight For Fourth Place in League

Tonight's Varsity hoop scramble, scheduled for 8:30 o'clock in the Indoor Athletic Building with Penn, will be more than just

AUINTET FAVORED AGAINST YALE HERE TODAY; VENGEFUL PUCKMEN TO BATTLE AT NEW HAVEN

"Remember last year is all that Coach Earl Brown and his men will have in mind as they face the

Hoopsters Face Penn, Princeton

It may be getting a little brighter on the Crimson hoop horizon, but it is up to the team whether

Sports of the Crimson

At long last, it looks as it Harvard's up and down basketeers are on the upward curve for the rest

LISTLESS HOOPSTERS FACE LIONS, ARMY

Unless the Crimson basketball team spirit springs out of its hibernation and shows up with its pre-exam punch in tonight's

Crimson Favored Over Cornell

At present in the doldrums of a four game losing streak, the Crimson basketball team should hit on all five

Quintet Drops Thriller To Princeton in Final Second

For 39 minutes and 42 seconds, Harvard seemed to have bottled up the potent Tiger criss-cross offense in Saturday's basketball

CRIMSON HOOPSTERS FALL EASY PREY TO HUNGRY COLUMBIA LIONS, 56-44

None other but the lowly Columbia Lions found the Crimson easy meat last night, winning their first victory in five

Crimson Hoopsters Seek Second League Win Tonight at Columbia

Having disposed of three games in the toughest part of league competition, two with Dartmouth and one with Cornell, in

HOOPSTERS SET TO FACE SCALP-SEEKING INDIANS

"We've done it before and we can do it again," the words of a current patriotic ditty, may be what

FIVE TO MEET JUMBOS TODAY

Harvard's up and down basketball team will throw itself into a rigorous winter schedule of one game every three days

Baseball Prospects Bright As Practice Starts Officially

Unless drastic changes take place among college baseball ranks between now and the opening of the regular schedule, it looks

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