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The 27th Mile

The town square was like a carnival. High school brass bands blared. Helicopters hovered above the telephone wires. Children perched

Harvard Track Team Destroys Army, 99-55; McCulloh Qualifies for '76 Olympic Trials

Harvard's undefeated track team, paced by Olympic trials qualifier John McCulloh, left the baldies from West Point a little shell-shocked

Radcliffe JV's Net 4-3 Victory In Mix-up Match

The coach of the Northeastern women's varsity tennis team was pretty upset yesterday when Radcliffe threw its junior varsity against

Sailors Off Course at Regattas

The Radcliffe tennis team yesterday took a breather between Saturday's hard-fought victory over Brown and this weekend's Ivy Tournament, shellacking

Embree Ties New Mark; McCulloh Third at Penn

Just to prove that his University high jump record of 7 ft. 2 in, set last week against Yale was

Radcliffe Netwomen Smash Green, 6-3; Doubles Excel

The Radcliffe varsity tennis team, playing without the services of injured singles player Diana Olney, relied on its veteran doubles

Embree Sets New Mark

For all you Harvard chauvinists, here's an authentic pre-meet notice-board exhortation, posted at Dillon Field House this week, that belongs

Crimson Netmen Squeeze by Elis, 5-4; Doubles Teams Make the Difference

The Harvard varsity netmen took an important step towards the Eastern Intercollegiate Tennis Association championship yesterday, eking out a hard-fought

Zivkovic, Heir to Marion, To Coach Fencing Squads

Ben Zivkovic, a former Olympic fencer for Yugoslavia, will succeed retiring Edo Marion as head coach of fencing at Harvard,

Aquamen Place Four on First Squad

Harvard's aquamen notched four berths on the first squad of the All-Ivy swimming team, but the post-season awards weren't as

Fencers Pick Simmons, Major...

The Harvard fencing team elected Matt Simmons and John Major co-captains for the 1976-77 campaign Monday afternoon, marking only the

Embree, Ajootian Cop Bronzes; Relay Tripped Up in NCAA

Mel Embree placed third in the high jump and Ed Ajootian copped a bronze medal in the 35-lb. weight throw

Coach McCurdy Shows Eternal Youth

Crimson track coach Bill McCurdy reminds you of those aging superheroes that are popular in comic books. The ones with

Embree Sets New Mark; Track Team Takes Fourth

Mel Embree set a meet record in the high jump, and the team of Wayne Curtis, Jeff Campbell, Steve Brown

Volleyball Club Falls to Bicentennial Elis, 3-1; Beach Boy Music Only Helps Team A Little

Even the Beach Boys couldn't help the Harvard Volleyball team for long last night as the Bicentennial-pantied team from Yale