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No More Jeers for No Cheers

Three years ago, I would have been embarrassed by what will happen across the river this weekend. But as a

Gridders Seek Sweet Revenge Today At Princeton

Last year, the Harvard football team went 5-2 en route to a third-place Ivy finish. The only blemishes on its

Freshman Tailback Key to Fordham Plan

The Harvard football team gets its final chance to flush out any remaining kinks today before finishing its season with

QB #2: Lazarre-White Runs to the Rescue

In an effort to spark his offense, Harvard Coach Joe Restic will start Adam Lazarre-White at quarterback for today's nationally

Injury to Jones Hurts W. Thinclads

After a phenomenal streak in which Suzanne Jones attained All-American status in five of six seasons in cross-country and winter

Injury to Jones Hurts W. Thinclads

After a phenomenal streak in which Suzanne Jones attained All-American status in five of six seasons in cross-country and winter

Injury to Jones Hurts W. Thinclads

After a phenomenal streak in which Suzanne Jones attained All-American status in five of six seasons in cross-country and winter

Laxmen Look to Limit Luck of Irish in NCAA First Round

The Harvard men's lacrosse team will be looking for its first-ever win in the NCAA Tournament today. The Ivy League

Jenny Holleran, Jon Bernheimer Win National Championships

Harvard squash Coach Steve Piltch did not bring a mop to the men's or women's squash national championships this weekend,

Cagers Drop Fourth Game Out of Five

NEW HAVEN--Junior forward Travis McCready canned a three-pointer with 47 seconds remaining to key Yale's 82-78 win over the Harvard

Aquawomen In Third After 1st Day Of Easterns

After one day of competition, the Harvard women's swimming team was in third place in the Eastern Women's Swimming League

W. Cagers Lose, 71-68, On Verge Of Elimination

While the Harvard women's basketball team was hoping to make a comeback in the second half of its season to

LSU Drops Netmen

What do sophomore Mike Shyjan and Bjorn Borg have in common? Both have beaten a former NCAA singles champion. Borg

Aquamen Dispatch Penn, 79.5-32.5

Some things are easier done than said. The Harvard men's swimming team trounced Penn Saturday at Blodgett Pool, 79.5-32.5. Surprisingly,

Red-Hot James Lights Up the Palestra

PHILADELPHIA--The rest of the team showed up this time--and it made all the difference. Junior forward Ralph James pumped in

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