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Subject: Re: Concomitant effect

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Date Posted: 10:25:45 09/05/17 Tue
In reply to: Calvin 's message, "Concomitant effect" on 09:33:27 09/05/17 Tue

Apparently the only football traditions left in the league are the H-Y game ending their seasons and no post-season games for any team.

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Date Posted: 10:39:19 09/05/17 Tue

Princetonians are finally figuring out that their triangular "rivalry" with H-Y is in their minds only. H-Y is the only football game that matters in Cambridge and New Haven.

Similar, Penn likes to think that their P-P rivalry in hoops extends to football (remember Keith Elias, etc.), but in actuality, those in Central Jersey aspire to beat H-Y first and foremost.

Cornell thinks that they still have a thing with Penn. Philadelphia thinks otherwise.

Columbia alums seem to believe that the Hamilton-Burr duel still holds prologue to games vs. Princeton... but Lions/Tigers isn't a rivalry on the west side of the Hudson.

Same stuff goes for Green vs. Tigers and Bears vs Dogs. One school cares, the other, not so much.

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