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May 22, 1967 | Harold Peterson
Northeastern boldly challenged, but Harvard maintained a tradition
May 01, 1972
BASKETBALL—NBA: LOS ANGELES defeated Milwaukee 115-90 and 104-100 to win the Western Conference playoff finals four games to two, while NEW YORK took the Eastern finals four games to one, beating Boston 116-98 and...
May 22, 1972 | Hugh D. Whall
If anybody had bothered to read the device, he would have discovered that Northeastern's Huskies had enough energy to blast by the best of boats. And they did just that—upsetting Harvard and Penn
June 12, 1972 | Hugh D. Whall
Pennsylvania killed an oarlock, but only the opposition paid the penalty. The hyped-up crew went off fast and was never headed as it ignored adversity and an Olympian snub to win the IRA
September 11, 1972 | Larry Keith
Cynics believe that national championships, even the small-college variety, can be won only by football factories. They should take a close look at the University of Delaware. Last year the Blue Hens were 10-1, and...