The Yale Bowl

Wortman, Marc; Kageleiry, James
December 1994
Yankee;Dec94, Vol. 58 Issue 12, p116
Features the Yale Bowl, a 70,874-seat stadium and a National Historic Landmark in New Haven, Connecticut. Inauguration of stadium with Harvard's victory over Yale's Bulldogs; Special construction processes; Estimated amount for renovation.


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