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Radcliffe Heavyweights Stroke to Third in Sprints

NEW PRESTON, Conn.--The Radcliffe varsity heavyweight crew sprinted past Princeton in the last 30 strokes of the Eastern Association of

Renaissance at Weld?

Saturday, April 15, 1978. The Princeton heavyweight crew cruised to an eight-second victory over the Radcliffe eight on a choppy

Ennui and Expectations

I know I won't get a whole lot of sympathy from those of you who have to take Ec 10

UMass Women Defeat Cagers

AMHERST, Mass.--The Harvard Women's basketball team found out last night exactly how much work it has to do, as an

Women Cagers Open Tonight; Curry Leads Crimson Attack

The Harvard women's basketball team travels to Amherst tonight for its opening contest with the University of Massachusetts five, hoping

Stickwomen Blank Brown, 5-0

The Harvard field hockey team picked up a lopsided 5-0 win over the Bruins of Brown yesterday at Soldiers Field

You Say You Want to Cox?

"All ya gotta do is sit there and steer, right?" Yeah, just try it, buddy. When you tell people you're

Dartmouth Downs Stickwomen; Winning Streak Stops at Five

If it had been a little colder in Hanover, N.H. Saturday, the Harvard field hockey team might have played a

Crimson Stickwomen Win, 1-0, Over Strong So. Connecticut

The Harvard women's field hockey team has served notice that football is not the only game in town, fashioning a

Red Sox Shelled, 12-2, Trail by Two

Recent reports of the Boston Red Sox' return to good health were dispelled last night, as the Detroit Tigers crushed

Coming Attractions: Crew Races and NCAA Track

Most of your friends may have long packed their bags and left Cambridge for greener and cooler pastures, but some

They Were Just Two of Those Days

HOLYOKE, Mass.--They say any team can have a bad day. Unfortunately, the Harvard baseball team managed to string together two

Over the Bounding Main

PITTSFIELD, Mass.--This one will have to go down in the record books with an asterisk. For the first time in

Heavyweight Crew Faces Rival Penn

If you were in the Kirkland House dining hall one Saturday night a year ago, you must remember the deafening

Crimson Outdistances Bulldogs, Thinclads Romp in 130-32 Rout

The Harvard track team practically lapped a very weak squad from Yale, on the scoreboard as well as on the