At a meeting of the Athletic Committee last evening, it was decided that every possible effort would be made to fill the applications of the last group of Harvard men. This group consists of graduates of the professional schools who are not graduates of the College, and who applied for two seats. The applications of these men could not be filled with the number of seats formerly available.
Some 3,800 such applications were received, and, in order to accommodate the applicants, four rows of seats will be erected in the peristyle behind the boxes and one row on top of it running entirely around the Stadium. It is impossible for the Athletic Committee to state definitely that all men in this group will receive seats, but they are doing everything in their power to accommodate them. It may be that some people will not receive their tickets until the morning of the game.