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Crimson Athletes Cop Honors

Harvard athletes were wellrepresented on the All-Ivy and All-New England squads voted upon by Ivy League coaches and announced yesterday.

Laxmen to Face Tigers Today, Seek Eighth Straight Victory

The question confronting New England lacrosse fans these days is, Can the red hot Crimson lax squad sweep its next

Stickmen Bury UNH, 11-6 For Seventh Straight Win

The beat goes on. It may go slowly or unevenly at times, but it goes. Yesterday at the Business School

Laxmen Quickstick Elis, 13-9; Crimson Raises Record to 7-2

It may just be possible. With each gusty victory, Harvard's hustling men's lacrosse team moves coach Bob Scalise just a

Faught Nets Eight; Laxmen Romp, 17-5

Senior attackman Mike Faught racked up eight goals and added two assists as the Crimson men's lacrosse team lambasted a

Laxmen Pacify Quakers, 8-6, for First Ivy Win

The shine isn't quite all there yet. The polish needs a little work. But the basic product is sound and

Nicaragua: La Lucha Continua

I T HAS BEEN MORE THAN 130 years since Cornelius Vanderbilt purchased exclusive right of way across the narrow strip

Swimmers Swamp Tigers at Easterns

You could see it in the eyes and hear it in the screaming voices of the more than 1000 heavily

Princeton Stays Within Range

"Ladies and gentlemen, you have just seen what Easterns swimming is all about," the announcer at Blodgett Pool said after

Records Fall as Crimson Takes Lead at Easterns

There was a meet record, a pool record, and a national championship qualifier in virtually every event. There was a

Crimson Swimmers Dominate Hopkins, Raise Record to 11-0 With 64-47 Victory

Johns Hopkins University is known for its prowess in training students for the medical profession. Last night in Baltimore, however,

Crimson Squads Resume Action This Weekend

"Hello? Mr. Bernal? This is your wake-up call. It's just about February 3rd. It's time to wake your team up

Conduct Unbecoming

Back in 1976, when Jerry Ford was still President and Shirley Babashoff was still queen of American women's swimming, the

Shorthanded U.S. Women Stay With East German Archrivals

The meet opened with intimidation. Four muscular East German women--looking positively spooky in their long royal blue robes, dark goggles,

Terriers Concerned Despite Success

Upon first inspection, everything looks quite in order in the castle of the reigning kings of college hockey. ECAC title