Columbia still leads in the number of prizes taken at the inter-collegiate games. Since their institution in 1876, out of 260 prizes Columbia has won 69; Harvard is a close second with 57; Princeton has lost a tittle, and instead of being only two, is eleven behind; the University of Pennsylvania has increased her score by two, so that now she has 29 to her credit; Yale has gained some on the others, but is still a very poor fifth, having won only 18. The remaining 41 are distributed between ten colleges.
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