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One Spectator's Unwanted and Unimportant Views

Herewith some random thoughts on the Harvard sports scene, a milieu I chose to experience this fall strictly as a

Dodgers Show Yanks No Mercy; Sutton, Yeager Pace 10-4 Rout

The Los Angeles Dodgers 10-4 bludgeoning of the New York Yankees yesterday at Chavez Ravine was everything a 1977 Dodgers'

Of Shoes, and Ships, and Sealing Wax

Either someone's playing a joke on me or my name isn't Simon Gourdine. Was that really Doctah J. on the

Fish's Boys Take Second

The Harvard varsity tennis team traveled to Amherst last weekend and managed to gain second place in the New England

Crimson Squads Out of the Running in NCAA's

It was one of those weekends which are becoming increasingly infrequent in the sports world. Everyone that was supposed to

Crimson Swimmers Still Floating in Ohio; NCAA Championships Underway This Weekend

Ten Harvard aquamen and three coaches journeyed to Cleveland on Wednesday to participate in the NCAA swimming championships being held

Boxing Gets Up Off Canvas

The invention of the remote control channel-changer for televisions may go down as one of the greatest of all time.

...But Don't Bet The Ivies

It's about time for all of you who think a point spread is a newfangled kind of marmalade to put

NCAA Opens Diving Qualifying Meet

Four members of the Harvard swimming team left Cambridge Wednesday for Ithaca, N.Y., and the NCAA pre-qualifying diving championships being

Watson Rink Proves to be Never-Never Land: Dartmouth J.V. Whips Frosh Icers as Well, 7-4

The Harvard freshman hockey team lost to the visiting Dartmouth skaters, 7-4, yesterday at Watson Rink. Intent on avenging an

Aquamen Drub Yale Substitutes, 87-26

Army wouldn't do it to Navy. USC wouldn't do it to UCLA. Ohio State wouldn't do it to Michigan. But

J.V. Icemen Slow Up Minutemen, 6-3

The Harvard junior varsity hockey team defeated the visiting UMass Minuteman 6-3 last night in a game that featured more

Winthrop Class Explores Unknown Area

Just the title was enough to send even the most scrutinous gut-seekers flocking to the Owen Room of Winthrop House

Big Red Invades Watson To Battle Crimson

There can be no time to savor the well-deserved victory over Boston College for the members of the Crimson hockey

Harvard Quiets Hanover Once More; Crimson Skaters Fell Woodsmen, 3-2

The Crimson varsity hockey team traveled to Dartmouth's Rupert Thompson Arena-turned-zoo last night and wrestled a stunning 3-2 win away