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Beginning February 7, The Crimson's Sports Cube will introduce a new feature--Sports Saturday, a full page of features, profiles and statistics appearing every week.
Culled from the national, local and Harvard sports scene, Sports Saturday will give The Crimson's stable of writers and photographers a chance to enhance their coverage in a wide variety of areas. The new features will include:
--On the Beat. Inside info on who's hurting and who's happy, who's in and who's out, what's happening and why on
--The Numbers Game. "The stats didn't tell the story," the coach laments. Or did they? You be the judge with the aid of our expanded numbers summary.
--Where are they now? You've heard of them--the stars of the sports scene of years gone by--but what are they up to now? Sports Saturday this week will catch up with Pete Varney, the football star in the year of the 29-29 "victory" over Yale.
Men's hockey v. Northeastern, Beanpot Tournament, Boston Garden, 6:30 p.m. (WHRB 95.3)
Clarkson 3, men's hockey 2
Women's hockey 3, Yale 2
Men's basketball 61, Columbia 58
Men's basketball 71, Cornell 69 (DT)
Women's basketball 78, Vermont 66
Dartmouth 69, women's basketball 48
Women's swimming 94, UConn 39
Cornell 27, wrestling 15
Columbia 37, wrestling 10
Wrestling 47, Boston College 3
Wrestling 41, WNEC 0
Men's fencing 21, Brown 6
Men's fencing 13, UConn 5
Clemson 17, men's fencing 10
Boston 6, Islanders 3
Washington 7, Edmonton 4
Providence 6, Dartmouth 5
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