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Pencil Gives Harvard-Yale Margin Over British Team

HAA tub-thumper Hank Johnston released a from chart on the Harvard-Yale, Oxford-Cambridge track teams yesterday, and according to the statistics,

Yale Favored in Heptagonal Meet

Like a racehorse running against Citation and Coaltown, Jaakke Mikkola's track team will be shooting for the show money behind


"Just call me Stuffy," the grey-haired man in the well-tailored double breasted told varsity candidates at the opening baseball meeting

Columbia Favored to Extend Varsity Five's Losing Streak

Its ten-game losing streak as obvious as a ten-month pregnancy, Bill Barclay's varsity basketball team gets another chaned at the

Hungry Quintet Goes Against Tigers Tonight

Bill Barclay's groggy basketball team, which hasn't won a game in three weeks, will try again tonight in a 9:30

Cousy, Crusaders Belt Varsity Quintet, 64-48

It was like a race between Citation and a $1500 dollar plater at the Arena last night, as Holy Cross

Holy Cross Favored To Bounce Crimson

Bill Barclay's quintet draws its stiffest assignment of the year tonight when it lines up in the Arena at 7:45

Dartmouth Five Wins 72-68 Overtime Game

Dartmouth's slim, baby-faced basketball captain, Ed Leede, tossed in baskets faster than a five-and-ten-cent store salesman ringing up a cash

Dick Button Set to Defend Three Figure Skating Titles

"Good luck, Mr. Button-bring us a piece of U.S. democracy." That's what 19-year-old freshman Dick Button read when he unwrapped

Basketball Team Plays Home Opener Tonight

Blockhouse turnstiles will click for the first time since last March tonight when Bill Barclay's varsity basketball team makes its

End of Seven Lean Seasons

"I couldn't name any particularly outstanding Harvard player if I had to," Yale's Coach Herman Hickman said at the press

First Valpey Squad Favored to Whip Yale in 65th Annual Struggle Today

Slow men will run fast and fast men--well, they'll just "take off," as backfield Coach Davy Nelson would say--when Harvard

Lining Them Up

Basketball manager Bon Wilson sat on the sidelines on the top floor of the Blockhouse yesterday jotting down everything that

Felton Ranked Nation's Best Hammer Thrower

"Imagine that!" the big hammer thrower said, mopping sweat from his face, "getting beat by a little guy like that."

Bulldog Track Squad Favored Over Varsity

Meet records in at least four events are expected to be axed tomorrow afternoon in the Stadium when poised, undefeated