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January 04, 1971 | Clement Freud
The former got lots of the latter when Oxford and Cambridge met Egypt in a more or less titanic struggle, after which a sporting question arose: How many saw the belly dancer's scar? This English writer vows he...
March 23, 1964 | John Lovesey
The discipline and stiff-upper-lip attitude of the Oxford crew when it was swamped during its 1951 race with Cambridge is considered one of Britain's finest sporting moments
December 24, 1962
Phil Hurt, a 6-foot-3 Rollins College sophomore, scored 20 points to lead his team to an 88-66 triumph over Georgia State College, in Winter Park, Fla. It was the Tars' first victory in 35 games and ended their claim...
April 11, 1960
More than a third of a million Britons clustered along the banks of the Thames—and raised some question as to what they were there to see. On the one hand there was a hotly contested boat race between Oxford and...
March 09, 1959
Some intrepid Cambridge students pioneer a new route up a famous chapel—and keep a great and storied tradition very much alive