Yale vs. Princeton original 1921 Official Souvenir Football Program. 44 pages, in very good condition. Filled with vintage photos of each player and a mini bio, including where they were "prepared". The player pictures are fascinating because at the time, pads were just tucked into their uniforms and the helmets were made of leather. Contains a picture of the six male Princeton cheerleaders wearing their sweaters and bow ties that is priceless. This game was played at the Yale Bowl. Color cover illustration by T. Diedricksen. The centerfold spread is of the Yale Bowl. There is a full page picture of Ferdinand Foch, also known as Marshal Foch, who was the commanding general of the allied forces in WWI. He was present at the game and is pictured wearing his full dress uniform. The picture of Yale President James Rowland Angell on page three is signed by Angell. One of the most classic and iconic program covers of all time. Princeton v. Yale is one of the oldest rivalries in college football, dating back to 1873.