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Fencers Draw Weapons For Year's First Battle

Coach Edo Marion will unveil the greatest and most spirited varsity fencing team in years at 4 p.m. today at

Profeta is All-America in Sabre

Senior Paul Profeta capped a lackluster fencing season with a surprising third place in sabre to win all-America first team

Varsity Fencers Come in Eighth In Tournament

Harvard's final hope for fencing glory flickered away this weekend at M.I.T. as the Crimson finished eighth in the Eastern

Varsity Defeats Alumni Fencers

Fencing amidst the rococo chandeliers and fading tapestries of the Harvard Club of Boston, the Crimson varsity trounced its alumni

Alumni Fencing Team to Confront Varsity With 8 Former Captains

Harvard's alumni fencers will field a formidable squad including eight former team captains and two intercollegiate champions for the annual

Fencing Team Downs Yale, 19-8

Harvard's varsity fencers ended a long drought Saturday, drenching Yale, 19-8. With their sixth consecutive triumph over Yale, the Crimson

Big Red Hands Fencers Fourth Ivy Loss, 18-9

Led by a powerful sabre contingent, Cornell clobbered Harvard's varsity fencers Saturday, 18-9. The shellacking began with three first round

Swordsmen Duel Big Red; Racquetmen Meet Bulldogs

Harvard's varsity fencers will face a well balanced Cornell squad at 2 p.m. today in the IAB. With nine returning

Track Team Takes GB's; Penn Tips Fencers, 17-10

The Harvard track team rode herd on private game preserve -- the Boston area colleges -- in galloping to an

Fencers Face Holy Cross In First Encounter Today

Harvard's varsity fencers have never lost to Holy Cross, and tomorrow's season opener in Worcester should continue the record. The

Track Team Defeats B.C., 114-58, To Capture Greater Boston Meet

Junior Sam Robinson ran two firsts and anchored the winning mile relay team yesterday as Harvard's thinclads claimed the Greater

Harvard Swordsmen Finish Eighth N.Y.U. Captures Eastern Crown

Experienced New York fencers dominated the Easterns this weekend as Harvard closed out the season in a blaze of mediocrity,

Alumni Fencers Challenge Varsity; Five Old Crimson Captains Return

"Sapienta iuvenales vives provocant" as an illustrious batch of alumni swordsmen return to fence the varsity at 7 p.m. tonight

Librarian Immersed in 18th Year As Harvard Book-Jacket Curator

"I gather that to the many other arts has now been added the art of the book-jacket....To stand by any

Fencers Slash Rutgers; Shea Tops Epee Champ

Harvard's varsity fencers plucked Rutgers yesterday for their tenth win, 15-12. After a disappointing performance must Princeton Saturday, the foil