It is to be hoped that the class committee who have shown so much energy and care in the arrangement of the details of class day, will give especial attention to the matter of the gatekeepers on Friday next. Last year professional ticket-takers were employed in the place of the policemen who had served in previous years, in order that the large following of the latter gentry might not find so ready access to the yard. But it has been ascertained on excellent authority that it was the practice of some of the professionals employed to give a package of yard tickets to some accomplice, who would stand in the neighborhood of the gate and sell the tickets to whoever wished to purchase them. The unpleasant results of this dishonest dealing are so apparent that we would urge the class committee to take every possible precaution to prevent a repetition.
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