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Kennedy touch evident at Harvard

Ted Kennedy raised the ball in triumph after hauling in a touchdown pass in The Game of 1955, a 21-7 Harvard loss. Ted Kennedy raised the ball in triumph after hauling in a touchdown pass in The Game of 1955, a 21-7 Harvard loss. (FILE/JOHN B. LOENGARD)
By John Powers
Globe Staff / November 22, 2008

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John Culver was a running back at Harvard for three years in the early '50s. He played against Army, Dartmouth, Princeton, and Yale before full houses. But the most difficult and demanding afternoons were those spent playing touch football with the Kennedy brothers at Hyannis Port. "They really took those games seriously," recalled the former US Senator from Iowa. "They ... (Full article: 1275 words)

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