Sport: Football, Nov. 28, 1932

Banker Ralph W. Ellis of Springfield, Mass, was graduated from Harvard in 1879. Of the 51 football games that Harvard and Yale have played, he has seen all but one. But even Banker Ellis had never seen a Harvard-Yale game quite like the one last week. A gusty south wind from Long Island Sound lashed rain into the Yale Bowl by the cloudful. The 50,000 people (who contributed only $2,315 to solicitors for an unemployment fund) kept away from the field till the last minute and then piled into the Bowl wearing oilskins, rubber...

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