My best snow memory took place about 1965 in the open end of Palmer Stadium on the Princeton side. We had a big snowstorm that was accompanied by high winds. Snow drifted along the rows of seats and piled up along the inner stadium wall, where there were steps. It was a simple matter for about 20 goof-offs to build a toboggan run from the top of the seats all the way out onto the field. Large serving trays from Cap and Gown served as transportation.
Hopefully the statute of limitations has run out on the dozens of rules that must have been broken. It was fun, and there were no injuries.