Union Prepares for Yale Game
A blackboard reproduction of the Yale game will be given Saturday, November 20, in the Living Room of the Union. This will be the only complete report of the game in Cambridge, since none will be given on Soldiers Field. The game will be recorded play by play on a blackboard ruled to represent a gridiron, and the reports will be announced through a megaphone. The reports will begin at 2 o'clock and continue until the end of the game. Privilege of attendance is open to all members of the Union. Refreshments will be served.
In preparation for the Yale game trip, the Union plans to put up box luncheons or any other meals desired on the way to or from New Haven. The special box luncheon with an elaborate outlay of food will be available for one dollar. It will also be possible to secure special hot lunches served on the New York, New Haven and Hartford special trains by arrangements made between the Union and that company. If a large enough party decides to secure such meals, the Union will serve a complete six-course lunch on the train for five dollars. Orders for either the box lunches or hot meals should be left at the Graduate Manager's office in the Union as soon as