Men in the University who wish to see the Yale baseball game on June 22 free of charge may do so by serving as ushers. The work does not require any previous experience, although men who have ushered satisfactorily at the earlier games this season will naturally be given preference in the assignments. Men who have not ushered previously this year may get on this preferred list by ushering at the Vermont game tomorrow and the Fordham game on June 15. The regular blue book must be signed at Leavitt's. A special blue book for the Yale game is now at Leavitt's and all men, regular as well as new, who wish to serve at that game should sign up at once. Attention is called to the regulation calling for the blacklisting of any man who fails to report for duty after having signed up.
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