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It was half-past November, and time for Champagne Chuck Stewart to commence preparations for his annual pilgrimage from Golf. Illinois,

New U.S. Olympic Team Has Old Crimson Crew

Livingston, Hobbs, Raymond, Terry, Holfman, Hobbs, Livingston. If you think the newly-chosen 1972 U.S. Olympic crew seems oddly similar to

Mexico Memories, Doubts About Munich

O NCE, IT was a simple procedure. You merely selected the best college or club crew in the country one

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"Gentlemen, you are about to play football for Yale against Harvard. Never in your lives will you ever do anything

Bruins Win It All, Blank Rangers 3-0

After a year's absence, the Stanley Cup in back in Boston. Bobby Orr made sure of that last night with

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The heavyweight varsity seedings for Saturday's Eastern Sprint rowing championships are common knowledge now, and once again, the sounds of

Heavies Sink Penn in 'Titanic' Race

PHILADELPHIA--Curtis Kaufmann glanced to his left across the choppy Schuylkill River as the Harvard shell slowly inched up alongside. A

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The bills from Russell Southern Athletic Jersey Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. were staggering: $31.50 every time the Boston University varsity heavies

Adams Cup--A Three-Way Dogfight

The Showdown. Once, it was essentially an emotional head-on clash between Harvard and Pennsylvania. Two superlative crews, two radically different

The Once Dependable Lakers Are Dependable No Longer

The Los Angeles Lakers were the original Dallas Cowboys, the original San Francisco Giants, the original Chicago Black Hawks, the

Hodge Goal Nips New York; Bruins Lead Cup Series, 2-0

The New York Rangers' traveling secretary stood at the Eastern Airlines counter at Logan Airport last night and quietly ordered

Crimson-Amherst Tennis: Laughing Matter

With the dramatic segment of its schedule completed, and Pennsylvania sent back home unfulfilled for another year, Harvard's tennis team

Tennis Team Humiliates Pennsylvania, 8-1, Masterson, Lindner Win in Classic Matches

"Goddamn," said Larry Loeb. "Goddamn courts," he said again as he picked himself up from the clay surface and ruefully

Netmen Blank Williams, 9-0; 16-Year Mastery Continues

Williams hasn't beaten Harvard's tennis team since Billy Hayes's Balled of Davy Crockett was breaking records stop the Cashbox Weekly

Six Blacks Leave Track Team in Protest

Harvard's track team, minus six of its blacks and two prominent distance men, left late yesterday afternoon for today's meet