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March 27, 1978 | Joe Jares
There are 28 public universities in California—a UC-Santa Cruz here, a Cal State-Stanislaus there. Last week, abetted by red carnations and rowdy fans, one of the least known of the 28 clawed its way out of obscurity...
March 15, 1976 | Joe Jares
That was the boast as the powerful women's teams of UCLA and Cal State Fullerton (host) met to decide which was the most. UCLA loast—er, lost
March 31, 1975 | Sarah Pileggi
The Ladies, who gave up the sport in the '30s because it was too strenuous, broke Immaculata's three-year run of women's titles
August 19, 1974 | Ron Reid
In water polo everybody knows everybody and nobody has any money, but as the meet proved, with a few bucks, the U.S. could shine
November 01, 1971
It is Fitting that in cross-country the team with the least number of points wins. Fitting, because the sport's advocates outdo one another in extolling its Thoreauvian virtues—purity, simplicity, rusticity. One has...