Theodore D. Chuang

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None Were Guilty of a Rally

With the score of Saturday night's Harvard-Brown men's basketball game 42-32 at halftime, Harvard Coach Roby was in trouble. In

Daddy? What Were Sports in The 80s Like?

Twenty years from now, some kid--maybe my own--will ask me, "What were sports in the 80s like? What great things

Cagers Play `Easier' Blue Devils

The last time the Crimson played the Blue Devils, it lost by a school-record 76 points. Fortunately, the Blue Devil

Cagers Overrule Judges, 52-46

All year long, they had dealt out justice swiftly. But all of a sudden, the Judges decided to deliberate. In

Locating Long-Lost Athletes Like Larry

Perry Mason. Sherlock Holmes. Encyclopedia Brown. After this past weekend, I felt that my name should be mentioned along with

This Year, Someone's Gotta Win

At a neutral site somewhere near Butte, Montana, four baseball fans sit before the tube in anticipation of today's American

Still One Goal To Go

For many Crimson senior athletes, Commencement marks the end of their careers as students and as athletes. But for Keith

Just One Day of Perfection

The trees are still leafless, the grass is still yellow, and the skies are still dark. But spring is here.

W. Swimming Wins Fourth Ivy Title

Perfection. In the last four years, the Crimson has won all 28 of its Ivy League dual meets. That's perfection.