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Getting Back

The Harvard athletic department spent months and millions of dollars preparing its dilapidated 30-year-old stadium for the 99th playing of

Pat Fleming and Joe Margolis

Joe Margolis and Pat Fleming give different accounts of their first meeting. Fleming remembers watching Margolis struggling to impress a

Time Runs Out on the Quakers......But Kick Flags Down Harvard, 23-21

PHIL ADELPHIA Penn placekicker Dave Shulman had hit only five of 10 field goal attempts going into Saturday a Ivy

Harvard and Penn to Tangle Today for Ivy Championship

PHILADFLPHIA-Last spring, a lot of people thought this game should be played in Japan A group of American businessmen living

On the Run

WORCESTER--Everyone else left the Holy Cross locker room as soon as possible. Quarterback Peter Muldoon, who had thrown four interceptions

Gridders Blow Out Brown, Tie Penn

The 18,000 spectators who turned out to watch the Harvard-Brown football game Saturday couldn't have asked for more. On a

Bruno Visits the Stadium Today

1981 was a disaster for the Brown football team. The Bruins finished the season at 3-7, their first losing record

Jack Riordan

Harvard had just beaten UMass, 31-14, on the strength of Donnie Allard's 358 passing yards, and Crimson Coach Joe Restic

Confrontation in Hanover

This is really the most important game of the year for us We know Harvard always thinks about Yale first

Cornell Counting on Harmon

For the third straight Saturday, the Harvard football team must face an opponent whose offense revolves around a prodigious running

Army Repels Late Crimson Surge, 17-13

WEST POINT, N.Y. --With only six seconds remaining in Saturday's game at West Point, the Harvard football team, down 17-13,

Army Deadly on Ground Despite Lack of Air Force

In last year's 27 13 win over Harvard. Army halfback Gerald Walker put on a performance that invited comparison with

Pickett Off

Saturday afternoon's loss has to make UMass Coach Bob Pickett question the reliability of his scouting reports. Pickett was able

Gridders to Battle Minutemen

The Ivy League as a whole has something to prove today. In 1981, non-Ivy schools humbled the Golden Eight on

Gridders Trample Lions in Season Opener, 27-16

The first three minutes of the game told the whole story. In fact, within a minute and a half, the