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Sailors Win Dartmouth Bowl at MIT

Harvard's sailing team rebounded from early season losses to pull off a major victory over MIT and capture the Dartmouth

Tennis Team Plays Host to Indians Today, Rates as Favorite Despite Season Records

Harvard's tennis team gets another chance to prove that it does not belong in the second division of the Eastern

Sailing Team Places Fourth In First Race of the Season

Harvard's varsity sailing team--rebuilding after the graduation last year of two All-Americans and boasting mainly juniors and sophomores--placed fourth out

Tennis Team Plays Underdog Brown

Harvard's talent-laden varsity tennis team finds itself out of the Ivy League race and in a 2-6 hole, but attitude

Sailors Soar Through N.E. Regatta

For the second consecutive weekend Harvard sailors dominated New England college sailing, as two-time All-American Robbie Doyle walked away with

Cliffe Sailing Team Misses Nationals; Harvard Fares Poorly in Tufts Regatta

It was a disappointing weekend for sailors from Harvard University. The Radcliffe team failed to qualify for the Nationals, which

'Cliffe Sailors Enter Eliminations Almost Certain to Gain a Berth

Radcliffe's sailing team, national women's champion for the past three years, goes into elimination tomorrow at M.I.T. for this June's

Sailors Capture Dartmouth Bowl As Doyle Excels in Dinghy Races

The Harvard sailors spent last weekend in eliminations for the New England championship regattas. The Crimson emerged with a win

Sailors Get Two Wins

Harvard's sailing team finally had a week of practice under its belt, and the results were obvious as the Crimson

'Throp Has Cup Lead

Winthrop House turned in its usual strong performance in winter intramural action to take a commanding lead in the Straus

Sailors Grab Second and Fifth in Opening Regattas

Harvard's senior-laden sailing team has yet to have a day of practice but it came up with a second and

Samborski Likely to Head Yankee Conference Office

All indications last night pointed to the appointment of Adolph W. Samborski '25. Harvard director of athletics until last spring,

Petkevich Gets Fifth In World Competition

John Misha Petkevich faltered in his specialty, the free skating, and ended up fifth overall in the world men's figure

Petkevich Is Still Trailing

John Misha Petkevich was all but mathematically eliminated from a shot at the world men; figure skating championship yesterday at

Petkevich Fifth at Lyons

John Misha Petkevich '71, a favorite for the world men's figure skating title, found himself a disappointing fifth as the