On 1935’s Alma Mater:
Warburg told me about football. It was Yale [vs] Princeton; he told me there are cheers, yelling, that they take the poles away and that people wear coats with that fur–raccoon. And Princeton doesn’t like Yale, so I made a Yale boy marry a Princeton girl. Kay Swift wrote it like a waltz. She was friends with [George] Gershwin and an excellent songwriter on her own. You can’t do that ballet any more. It was only good at the time. Of course [John] Martin probably said it was a disaster.
–From Dance for a City
Too bad there weren’t any women at Princeton back then.