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July 22, 1968 | Hugh Whall
That was the margin of the Harvard victory over Pennsylvania in a sparkling race that could have been won by either crew. Frustrated for half a century, the Crimson finally is going to the Olympics, and not a moment...
August 21, 1967 | Mike Riley
The top favorites to win Canada's first North American Rowing Championships were the eight-oared shells from Harvard and Germany's Ratzeburg rowing club. Would you believe New Zealand and Australia?
July 10, 1967 | Mike Riley
The Vesper Boat Club crew got off to a torrid start in the Pan American Games rowing trials at New York's Orchard Beach. But Harvard, undefeated this year, caught up at the halfway point and went on to win
May 22, 1967 | Harold Peterson
Northeastern boldly challenged, but Harvard maintained a tradition
April 17, 1967 | John Hanlon
A lot of weird games between a lot of scrub teams probably were played on ice before Jan. 19, 1898, but on that day modern intercollegiate hockey competition was officially born