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The Harvard Crimson touch football team remained unbeaten for 1977 yesterday, defeating the Law Review, 23-2, in a tension-packed contest that was a "must" game for both squads.

The score stood at 0-0 through most of the competition, but a long touchdown pass from Marc M. "Bubba" Sadowsky to Jonathan H. "Crazylegs" Alter sent the Crimson surging into the lead. The Law Review defensive line, porous with loopholes, collapsed under the Crimson pressure after that point.

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