Harvard v. Yale Football Program 1938 in good condition, program was creased lengthwise at one time. 64 pages includes pictures of players from both teams, period advertisements and articles about Harvard and Yale. The Harvard-Yale football rivalry is one of the oldest in sports, the teams having first met in 1875. Cover illustration done by W.B. Crocker and shows a player from each team wearing their leather-head helmets. One of the rarer Harvard Yale programs because it rained hard on game day at the Yale Bowl and thus many did not survive. The New York Times called the conditions, "atrocious, with weather falling nearly every minute of play."