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Farm facts you'll never forget.
When good clean fun turned ugly, one of Stanford’s earliest and most popular traditions was doomed.
The peculiar history and happy weirdness of EBF.
With no seats available at the Big Game in 1900, hundreds of fans climbed onto a nearby rooftop to watch. Twenty minutes after kickoff, tragedy struck.
Stately and venerable, this oak tree witnessed antics that were anything but.
What happened in 1918.
An editor’s epic quest results in a documenTree.
When the Daily began, and a bonfire went out.
For more than a decade in the early 1900s, a gentleman’s game from across the pond supplanted football at Stanford. It took a world war to turn back the tide.