The student who violates the conditions under which football tickets are being assigned will be put on the "blacklist." That knowledge is common property. But it is never realized in its full significance except by men whose names have gone into that very real, very definite, and not at all visionary black book kept by the Athletic Association with much labor and accuracy. Aside from all questions of morals and college spirit it is no whit short of blind foolhardiness that could lead a man to take the risk of having to repent at leisure, when the paltry profit made from ticket speculation has vanished into thin air.
REPENTING AT LEISURE.
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