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The 124th Monon Bell Classic - DePauw Fans
Nick Mourouzis Field at Blackstock Stadium
Greencastle, IN
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Nov 11, 2017 1:07 PM
Hamilton Park Tailgate: Join alumni, family, and friends of DePauw University inside Hamilton Park before the 124th Monon Bell Classic. $15 price is a food voucher. Guests will enjoy a pre-game tailgate, complete with live music from the band, War Radio. Food and beverages will be provided by local Greencastle vendors. Parking: The Blackstock and Peeler parking lots are designated for DePauw tailgating; the cost is $10 per car. Due to space limitations, there are no RVs permitted in this lot. Individuals who purchase tickets will receive an email on October 17 with instructions to purchase parking. If space is available on Saturday, November 11, the remaining spaces will be available to the general public at 10am at the cost of $10 per car. Information on tailgating can be found at http://www.depauwtigers.com/information/tailgating. All handicap parking is located in the Julian lot (southeast corner of W. Hanna and S. Indiana Streets).  There will be golf cart shuttles available for individuals needing assistance to the gate.



Admission Level Price Remaining Quantity
General Admission $20.00 ($21.69 w/service fee) 1000+
General admission, open seating for DePauw fans.  
Hamilton Park Tailgate $15.00 ($16.52 w/service fee) 106
Hamilton Park Tailgate (no game admission)  
Hamilton Park and Game Ticket $35.00 ($37.22 w/service fee) 200
One (1) game ticket plus admission into Hamilton Park tailgate  
RVs, Buses, Oversized Vehicles $26.25 ($28.16 w/service fee) 48
$50 per vehicle and an eight (8) ticket minimum purchase. Passes to be mailed at a later date.  
 
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The 124th Monon Bell Classic - DePauw Fans
On one Saturday each November, DePauw University and Wabash College meet on the gridiron in one of college footballs oldest and most colorful rivalries. The two west central Indiana schools have faced each other 123 times with Wabash holding a 60-54-9 lead. The teams not only play for pride but also for possession of the 300-pound Monon (pronounced MOE-non) Bell; the trophy that goes to the winning team. Since the Monon Bell entered the rivalry in 1932, Wabash leads the series, 41-38-6.

According to the DePauw record books, the bells debut went something like this:

"In a chapel pep session the day before the 1932 DePauw-Wabash game, the Monon Bell was presented by Russell Alexander, the DePauw publicity director, as the official DePauw-Wabash trophy for football. It was to be presented every year to the winner of the traditional battle. In case of a tie, it remained with the previous years winner. The 300-pound bell was a gift of the Monon Railroad, taken from one of the railroads locomotives.

The idea of a trophy originated in a letter sent to Mr. Bill Fox, (then) sports editor of The Indianapolis News, from DePauw alumnus Orien Fifer of the class of 1925. The 1932 game was played on a field covered with ice and snow, the snowfall during the preceding few days being so heavy that it was necessary to clear the field with roadscrapers. The gamed ended in a scoreless tie."

The Monon Bell game is more than just a game. The week preceding the annual contest has included shared activities between the two schools, such as concerts, debates, an intramural all-star football game, an alumni football game the morning of the varsity contest and other events. Since the schools are only 28 miles apart, the adversaries in the game are often brothers, cousins, high school classmates or good friends, adding to the rivalrys intensity.

The game is regularly telecast live to combined alumni meetings of the two schools in cities across the country and on networks including on ABC-TV in 1977, ESPN2 in 1994 and AXS vTV (formerly HDNet) in 2003 and 2006 through 2016. The 2004 and 2005 games were telecast nationally on DirecTV.

Location

Nick Mourouzis Field at Blackstock Stadium (View)
303 W Hanna Street
Greencastle, IN 46135
United States

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Categories

Other > Family-Friendly
Other > Health & Wellness
Sports > Football

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Myron Burr
On BPT Since: Sep 06, 2017
 
DePauw University Athletics Department
7656584012
athletics@depauw.edu
https://www.depauwtigers.c...
 

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