Sport: Football, Nov. 23, 1931

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Harvard v. Yale is not the oldest football rivalry in the U. S.* nor the most important. But few footballers would deny that its tradition outweighs that of any other game. This year the importance of Harvard v. Yale will be more genuine than usual. Both Yale and Harvard have teams which are almost as good as those which, last week, seemed to be the best in the country—Northwestern, Notre Dame, Southern California, Tulane. Yale has been beaten once, by Georgia; tied twice, by Dartmouth, Army. Harvard, unbeaten, last fortnight...

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