Cilley Hall is a dormitory at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire, United States, named after Bradbury Cilley. The dormitory was constructed in 1925 during the massive building program of the 1920s and 1930s initiated by Eighth Principal Lewis Perry. Cilley Hall and Wentworth Hall are traditionally considered rivals. The colors of Cilley Hall are blue, white, and grey, and its mascot is a beaver. Cilley is famous for its invention of C-Ball, something of a cross between volleyball and doubles tennis.
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