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Ralph W. Ellis '79 established what probably stands as a world's record when he attended for the sixty-first time the annual football game between his alma mater and Yale.
While a senior, Ellis received a gloomy prediction from the university physician who had tested his heart.
"You have a valvular noise, but listen to me and you'll live to be hung. If your horse car is leaving, don't run for it; take the next one."
Completely disregarding this advice, Ellis set out on six decades of war whooping in his long vigil at the annual fall classic.
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