TICKETS FOR DARTMOUTH GAME TO BE PUT ON SALE TOMORROW

H. A. A. Has 4,000 Still to be Disposed of to Holders of H. A. A. and Season Tickets--No Sale to General Public

After filling all applications for seats for the Harvard-Dartmouth game on Saturday, the H. A. A. still has 4,000 tickets to be disposed of, it was announced last night. These unsold seats are in the Colonnade, wooden stands, Bowl and on the roof, and will be put on sale first to holders of H. A. A. tickets and then to holders of season tickets. Tomorrow, beginning at 12 o'clock noon, the holders of H. A. A. books may purchase two extra tickets at Leavitt and Peirce's upon presentation of their book to be punched.

If there are any tickets left after this sale they will be put on sale on Wednesday, beginning at 9 o'clock A. M., to holders of season tickets, who may purchase two each. The tickets will be on sale at Leavitt and Peirce's in Cambridge, and at Wright and Ditson's. Iver Johnson's and William Read and Company, in Boston.

There will be no sale to the general public.