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Radcliffe Heavies Meet UMass on Charles; Lightweight Crew Takes on Phillips Academy

What can you say about a Radcliffe heavyweight crew that has seven rowers returning from its Sprints-winning varsity eight of

Harvard Opens Season With 5-4 Win Over NU

It took the Harvard hockey team a period and a half to shake the opening-game jitters and get itself untracked,

Emper Voted Grid Captain

The Harvard Varsity Club was the scene of some unusual activity yesterday at noontime. Reporters were milling about in the

Harvard Meets Yale in Title Tiff Today

New Haven, Conn.--It was raining hard here all day yesterday, muddying the field on which The Game will be played

Winning at All Costs: Two Perspectives

The word loser is a dirty word in our society. Call a man a son-of-a-bitch and he may grin; you've

Amos 'n Andy

What happened to that ominous Bateman-Farnham connection? Farnham, who last week was the nation's leading pass receiver, touched the game

Crimson Psyched for Bruin Contest

Newspaper clippings of Brown's football exploits cover the bulletin board in the football locker room in Dillon Field House. Head

Crimson Defense Thwarts Green, 24-10

A pall of dejection hung over the Harvard side of the Stadium, making what was an already gloomy enough Saturday

Harvard Meets Big Green in Crucial Ivy Contest

It's a cliche. Kubacki says it's a cliche. Curry says it's a cliche. But no one will deny it. "You

Harvard-Dartmouth: No Love Lost

Once again it's time for that "iviest of the Ivy League games," as a New York Times reporter once said

Harvard Meets Cornell Today

Even though everybody has been concentrating on the Red Sox the past two weeks, yes, there is a Harvard football

Harvard Second Baseman Makes It in Bushes

Ex-Harvard second baseman Rick Wolff is one of those guys whose life has seen more ups and downs than even

'New Breed' Misses the Boat

If I were a sexist pig, I could say that "The New Breed of Athlete" is a dumb book written

Harvard Attack Will Be Strong If Restic Finds a Quarterback

The Harvard football team slogged its way through the muck and mire of Soldiers Field yesterday in a light workout

Crimson Defense Shaping Up

There's been a lot of concern the last couple of days about the "pounding" that the Harvard defense took from