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TODAY'S GAMES

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WEEKEND RESULTS

Baseball 4-4, Yale 1-3

Baseball 12-10, Brown 3-3

Navy d. men's heavy weight crew

Princeton, Yale d. men's lightweight

Women's heavyweight crew d. Yale

Women's lightweight crew d. Smith

Men's lacrosse 17, Holy Cross 9

Women's lacrosse 17, Yale 5

Softball 0-6, Brown 7-2

Softball 4-6, Yale 3-7

Women's 9-0,

Men's team 9

Radcliffe Rugby

The Radcliffe Rugby squad defeated Dartmouth Saturday, 10-4. The Black and White finished its season undefeated, with a 7-0 record.

A Home Run of Love

In what members of both organizations called a "festival of love so transcendant we could have solved the world's problems during seventh-inning stretch," the Lampoon graciously allowed the Crimson to win 23-2 Saturday on the fields of Harvard. The game was interrupted repeatedly as members of the two teams impulsively ran onto the field to buy each other.

Men's team 9

Radcliffe Rugby

The Radcliffe Rugby squad defeated Dartmouth Saturday, 10-4. The Black and White finished its season undefeated, with a 7-0 record.

A Home Run of Love

In what members of both organizations called a "festival of love so transcendant we could have solved the world's problems during seventh-inning stretch," the Lampoon graciously allowed the Crimson to win 23-2 Saturday on the fields of Harvard. The game was interrupted repeatedly as members of the two teams impulsively ran onto the field to buy each other.

Radcliffe Rugby

The Radcliffe Rugby squad defeated Dartmouth Saturday, 10-4. The Black and White finished its season undefeated, with a 7-0 record.

A Home Run of Love

In what members of both organizations called a "festival of love so transcendant we could have solved the world's problems during seventh-inning stretch," the Lampoon graciously allowed the Crimson to win 23-2 Saturday on the fields of Harvard. The game was interrupted repeatedly as members of the two teams impulsively ran onto the field to buy each other.

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