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Stepping Back and Taking Notice

Some two weeks from today I will graduate, after four wonderful years in Cambridge, and four wonderful years connected to

Blowing the Whistle on Pro Hockey Buffoonery

I wasn't sure I'd ever grace these pages again, but watching the National Hockey League playoffs these past few weeks


As the top-ranked squad remaining in the NCAA tournament, the Harvard men's soccer team has at least a fair shot

Gridders Shake Down Quakers, 31-14

They are the two offensive stars of the Harvard football team. They are the two main reasons Harvard sits today

Gridders, Quakers Clash in Penn-Ultimate Ivy Showdown

The mighty Quakers have fallen. The question which this week concerns the Harvard football team is who will they take

'Ready, You're on the Air'

I was on the radio the other day. I was in Worcester Saturday to cover the Harvard-Holy Cross football game,

Crusaders Cross Up Gridders; Unholy Attack Renewed, 41-6

WOCESTER--In the end, the Cross was just too much to bear. The Harvard football team traveled to Holy Cross to

The Gridders' Report Card

"When I look at where we're at coming back--only two starters returning on offense and four on defense--it worries me.

Big Red Has a Big Jump on Ivy Foes

Before Cornell back-up quarterback Dave Dase hooked up with wide receiver Shaun Hawkins for a last-minute Hail Mary touchdown pass

Joe Restic's Dream Season

You are Harvard football Coach Joe Restic. It is early September, a few days before the start of the 1987

Probing For That Key Weakness

The room is completely dark and silent, save a noisy film projector which rattles as its shoots an image onto

Second Win Blew Gridders' Way

Before the Harvard football team ran into the Northeastern Wishbone attack Saturday at the Stadium, the Crimson had last faced

Gridders Slash Huskies, 27-24

On a day when Harvard quarterback Tom Yohe pencilled his name into the record book for the first--but surely not

Flip-flop Leaves Cicero at Top

It had all the machinations of a George Steinbrenner-Billy Martin flip-flop, if not quite all the drama. Frank Cicero, who

Men Booters Slip-Slide Past Columbia, 3-2

NEW YORK--One ain't a lot, but when one's all you need, one is enough. The Harvard men's soccer team managed