Ivy League coaches have named senior quarterback Burke St. John. senior wide receiver Rich Horner and junior defensive tackle Chuck Durst to the All-Ivy football team.
Despite missing several games with injuries. St. John led the Ivies in passing, throwing mostly to Horner, who won the Ivy receiving title by a wide margin. Horner and Durst received honorable mention in last year's voting.
Junior offensive guard Orazio Larranzi, senior linebacker Matt Sabetti and punter Duke Millard made the second team.
Coach Joe Restic will tutor the north's offense in the annual Blue-Grey all-star football game in Birmingham, Ala. on Christmas Day.
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Durst Named Football Captain; Horner Garners MVP AwardThe Harvard football team picked a leader on the other side of the line yesterday, electing defensive tackle Chuck Burst
Tracksters Dump YaleWhen the Harvard track teams square off against archrival Yale, the result is usually a challenging, competitive meet. But Saturday,
Tracksters Split Against N.U.The Harvard track teams did not allow the poor weather conditions Saturday dampen their competitive spirit against Northeastern in their