The Lombardo Trophy: When beer and fun meet competition

In the summer of 1933, world-famous physicist Wolfgang Pauli summoned postdoctoral student Felix Bloch to his Zurich office. What are your plans, Felix? he asked, presumably with the grandfatherly air of a concerned mentor. Well, said Bloch, I received a letter from this place named Stanford University. It’s in California.
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No competition

While UC Berkeley’s football team might not rival that of Stanford, its newspaper vastly outshines the miserable broadsheet our friends to the south unjustly call a news source. In a stunning feat of cooperation, The Daily Californian and The Stanford Daily produced a single special issue for Saturday’s Big Game.
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