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Up From the Ashes in Worcester: A Lightweight 'Phoenix'

WORCESTER--By noon on Saturday April 19, the bells had tolled for the passing of Harvard's varsity lightweight crew. In two

Officials Snap Technicals on Harvard; Tigers Cage 68-56 Lackluster Win

PRINCETON, N.J.--A technical foul called against Harvard coach Frank McLaughlin flattened a last-minute Crimson comeback and handed Princeton's hoopsters a

Hoopsters Fall at Palestra Despite Fleming's Excellence

PHILADELPHIA--What looked like a Pennsylvania walkaway turned into a cliffhanger in the closing minutes here at the Palestra, but the

Sluggish Hoopsters Sleepwalk In Sloppy 74-62 Loss to B.C.

There's an old saying in college basketball circles that goes something like this: "If you shoot 36-per-cent from the field,

Leader(S) of the Pack

Out of Washington this week came a resounding cry: "Women have struggled too long for equal opportunity to give in

The Crazy Kids at ETS

While the Educational Testing Service toys with its haywire computer in the Tiger-infested regions of Princeton, N.J., students around the

Suhprize, Suhprize, Suhprize

While the Boston Garden crowd--generously estimated at 3000--buzzed with amazement last night at Harvard's surprisingly strong performance against the University

Whoa! It's Longhorn Time

You have to wonder if they'll come riding in on steers, twirling their lassoes, yip-yip-yipping away and dribbling behind their

Swimmers Sink Clark, 103-27

There were fireworks in Worcester last night as the Harvard women's swim team opened its 1979-80 campaign by torpedoing a

Durst Named Football Captain; Horner Garners MVP Award

The Harvard football team picked a leader on the other side of the line yesterday, electing defensive tackle Chuck Burst


NEW HAVEN, Ct.--As jubilant Harvard fans ripped the uprights off the Yale bowl goalpost, and ecstatic Crimson football team completed

Gridders Exile Quakers, 41-26

As an overcast sky grew darker Saturday afternoon, Joe Restic sat quietly with reporters in the comfort of Dillon Field

Religious Dissension Afoot

If they did come, they were expected to keep their opinions to themselves; if they discussed them in public or

Dartmouth Snores Past Harvard, 10-7

Burke St. John started the game for Harvard at quarterback. He also finished the game at quarterback. And the 32,000

That Clasby Clan

ITHACA, N.Y.--There was something incongruous about seeing the president of the Friends of Harvard Football sitting contentedly here in Schoellkopf