Harvard Yale Preview
Linebackers Derek "Cameron" Kline '20 and Joseph L. Goodman '20 celebrate a stop during last year's Harvard win in the 135th playing of The Game against Yale. Kline, Goodman, and the rest of the Crimson defense will be tested by Yale's effective passing game in this Saturday's playing of The Game in New Haven.
Football kickers can be an enigmatic group, often coming from a soccer background and practicing at the periphery. However, despite their behind-the-scenes role, Harvard's kickers are crucial to both the team’s success and its camaraderie year after year.
At home, Larkee looks after six children. On the field, the former linebacker ministers to 50-plus defensive players. He has served as defensive coordinator for nine years.
Harvard freshmen will now be able to stay overnight for The Game under new “sister” relationships between Harvard and Yale.
Yale's Bill Henderson (40) runs into Crimson opposition during the second period of the 1963 Harvard-Yale game, as John P. Dockery ‘66 (44), Jack L. Neuenschwander ‘64 (70), and Rick L. Beizer ‘64 (26) converge on the Eli halfback. This photograph from the New Haven game, which was rescheduled for November 30 after the Kennedy assassination, ran in the Monday, December 2, 1963 issue of The Crimson.
Cassie C. Wang ’17, a member of the Harvard Crimson Dance Team, prepares to sell Harvard-Yale t-shirts on Thursday morning in front of the Science Center. The t-shirts are sold before the Harvard-Yale game every year by members of the Crimson Dance Team, a competitive dance group on campus.
To the seasoned Harvard-Yale game attendee, the question of where to stay is no big deal. But to freshmen who don’t know any Yalies, there has been some concern over finding a place to crash.