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Beyond Heartbreak Hill

When I first decided to run the Boston Marathon--a rather spontaneous decision that came only two weeks before the race--I

Tracksters Tie For Fourth; Princeton, Penn Unbeatable

The women's track team spent the weekend down at Cornell for the first annual Indoor Ivy League Championships which, unfortunately

Hoopsters Chew Big Red

When the Harvard women's basketball team traveled to Syracuse and Cornell this weekend for a road-trip doubleheader, it must have


It's 7:15 p.m. in Winthrop's dungeon-like dining room; the place empties as the last trays are gathered up and stacked

Cagers Buckle to Brown

"It's a heartache, nothin' but a heartache..." When the women hoopsters took on their Ivy weak sister Brown last night,

Tracksters Win Handily, Down Brown, Dartmouth

When Harvard's women's track trekked up to Hanover this weekend they didn't expect to lose big, but then they didn't

In the Public Eye

E VERY four years a new batch of campaign promises to cut government spending and rid the land of federal

Men Third, Women Second in GBC's

Six women's track teams converged Saturday at the ITT to determine the title Best of Beantown 1981, and when the

Hoopsters Go to New York, Disappear

There is nothing so tragically poignant as a rebel without a cause, or, as in this case, a writer without

Crimson Tracksters to Host GBCs This Weekend

"There are always two kinds of teams," explains women's track coach Pappy Hunt, "those that go out and buy eight

Every Which Way But Wins

What can you say about a talented team that is 3-9, like the Harvard women cagers, for instance? You could

Tracksters Slip by Springfield; Distance Events Give the Edge

The women tracksters' meet against Springfield Saturday in the ITT had a lot in common with the present nuclear arms

Women Hoopsters Rally To Top Williams Squad

The women's hoopsters do not believe in moderation. Friday night they lost to nationally ranked Villanova by 40 points. Saturday

Hoopsters Split In Princeton Tourney

We here in the hoop corner have a little unfinished business to attend to. Back in the previous year, December

Friars Fry Hoopsters, 77-43

Spectators at last night's women's basketball game against Providence will swear they saw not one, but two entirely different games