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Ivy football title is still up for grabs

(10/14/98 9:00am)

After the British surrendered to American revolutionary forces at the Battle of Yorktown, the British army marching band played "The World Turned Upside Down" to commemorate the occasion. Two hundred and seventeen years later, marching bands throughout the Ivy League are practicing the same tune after looking at this year's Ivy League football standings. Perennial cellar-dwellars Columbia and Yale are on the top looking down, while recent front-runners Harvard, Dartmouth and Brown find themselves occupying the bottom three rungs of the standings.

Women's, men's tennis post strong road performances: Rebecca Dirksen '00, Allison Taff '00 earn victory over No. 25 team in nation, men get revenge for Yale loss

(10/13/98 9:00am)

The tennis courts by West Gym were largely empty this weekend, populated only by pairs of hackers out for some exercise. The hardcourt and clay surfaces remained virtually untouched because both of Dartmouth's varsity teams were busy tearing up the courts in other venues.

Boston Bound

(10/13/98 9:00am)

In the interest of meeting new people and networking, I decided to head to Boston this weekend. Actually, it was more in the interest of seeing a city whose brightest lights aren't flashing on the top of a Safety and Security car. Or it was in the interest of going to a place where "public transportation" means something more than walking across the Green in a big 'shmob. In all honesty, though, my main reason for going to Boston was to visit my longtime friend, Colin, a freshman at Boston College. That and to beat up some Harvard kids.