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Dan-nie Baseball: One Last Time Around the Park

Remember Bart Brush? I didn't think so. Brush was the most colorful figure on the 1997 Harvard baseball team, a

Dan-nie Baseball!: Derby Picks from Danny Boy

For all you middle-aged, grizzled chain-smokers from South Boston who care, the Kentucky Derby is tomorrow. Featuring the highest hype-to-payoff

Baseball Loses in Extra Innings to URI

A four-run ninth inning comeback--capped by junior center fielder Scott Carmack's three-run home run--turned out to be just a stay

Baseball Splits at Princeton, Sweeps Cornell to Open Ivy Schedule

PRINCETON, N.J.--A shortage of arms finally caught up to the Harvard baseball team yesterday, as the Crimson (8-11, 3-1 Ivy)

Horse Racing

Fifteen Minutes: Endpaper: Lucky Strikes and Ascot Gavottes

Gothic in its decay, Suffolk Downs is a beautiful ruin. The only thoroughbred horse-racing track in Greater Boston, Suffolk Downs

Dan-nie Baseball!

PROVIDENCE, R.I.--Welcome to opposite day in Ivy League basketball. After the first weekend of league play, Brown and Yale, which

Dan-nie Baseball!

A Yankee Stadium Bleacher Creature whom I know only as Larry often wears a t-shirt that reads, "Yankee Baseball is

Bad Breaks and Bad News at B.U.

BOSTON--When captain Damian Long's would-be game-winner rimmed out at the buzzer, it was the last in a series of bad

M. Basketball Notebook

For the second straight game, the Harvard men's basketball team had a 50-point second half. But unlike last Saturday's 72-62

Clemente's 32 Leads M. Basketball Past Holy Cross, 80-69

WORCESTER--At this rate, it's going to be a prolific season for Dan Clemente. The junior forward tied his career high

F. Hockey Ends Season With Loss to Dartmouth in ECACs

When No. 20 Dartmouth beat the Harvard field hockey team 2-1 on Oct. 30, it ended the Crimson's pursuit of

New Era Dawns for M. Hoops

Harvard Coach Frank Sullivan says that the 1999-2000 Harvard men's basketball team will be a work in progress. The question

Field Hockey Draws Drexel in ECAC

After stunning then-No. 15 Brown in overtime last Saturday, the Harvard field hockey team earned a berth in the ECAC

Dan-nie Baseball!

Nothing more accurately describes the mood at Jordan Field on Saturday after Harvard's 3-2 overtime loss to Princeton than disbelief.

Field Hockey Blanked by Cornell, Tied for Second in Ivy

Two unlikely results in Ivy League field hockey this weekend juggled the standings, leaving Brown alone at the top and