Richard L. Meyer

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In Search of the Holy Stuff

I CAN'T REMEMBER exactly when we did it the first time, but I do know how we did it. A

Harriers Stumble at Four-School Meet; Gompers Glides at Meeting of Minds

East met West, Midwest and South at Franklin Park Saturday--and the West conquered all. The Harvard men's and women's cross

A Lesson From Shoeless Joe

November, 1985. Philadelphia Flyers goalie Pelle Lindbergh is killed in an automobile accident. He was drunk the night of his

Munching Past Midnight at the Store 24

Only one store in the Square sells everything from white ceramic candle holders and ice scrapers to chocolate Pop Tarts

Bill Walton: Always A Winner

I can remember only one time when the Flintstones were interrupted by a newsbreak. On March 27, 1974, Channel 12

Women Run 5th as Stricker Takes IC4As

Harvard senior Jenny Stricker added yet another victory to her already impressive list of cross country triumphs by capturing the

Men Place A Disappointing 8th

NEW YORK--If only the Harvard men's cross country team could be as aggressive as New York drivers. That's what the

Stricker Leads Women Harriers to Victory

NEW YORK--Harvard senior Jenny Stricker led a balanced attack as the Harvard women's cross country team raced to a fifth

Harriers Head to Heps; Women Look For Title

The Harvard women's cross country team should capture today's Heptagonal Championships in New York, but the men's team faces an

Running on Empty

One week before the New York Marathon I was in a cab on my way to La Guardia Airport. The

Yale Ends Skein, Claims HYP

The last time the Yale men's cross country team won the annual Big Three Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet, no one on the

Stricker Pushes Women Harriers to HYP Victory

British Olympian Zola Budd is famous for running barefoot. Harvard senior Jenny Stricker may not have Budd's reputation yet, but

Women Top Green; Stricker Sets Record

Records are always worth savoring. Roger Maris still owns the record for most home runs in a season (61), which

Big Green Trips Up Harriers

Never judge a book by its cover. And never judge a cross country race from its first 300 yards. That

Harriers Run at Greater Boston Championships

Hills and cross country running go hand in hand. And judging from its performance in yesterday's Greater Boston Championships (GBCs)