ATHLETIC COMMITTEE SUPPORTS MAJOR MOORE

Votes to Leave Allotting of Tickets Entirely in His Hands--Basketball Schedule Approved--Baseball and Track Advisors Appointed

At the last meeting of the Athletic Committee the results of which were announced last night, the matter of the allotment of tickets for the Harvard-Yale game at New Haven was considered at some length, as to the method of making the cut in undergraduate applications. It was voted to leave the matter entirely in the hands of Major F. W. Moore '93, Graduate Manager of Athletics. The feeling was expressed that he was in the position most fitted to decide the matter, due to his long experience with the problems of the allotment of a limited number of seats to an almost unlimited number of applicants.

The University basketball schedule was also brought forward for consideration and approved. This schedule includes nineteen games, which should make up a hard season for the Crimson. The season will open on December 15 with a game with St. Michael's College; will include two games with Dartmouth and two with Yale; and will close on March 17 with the second Yale contest, held in the Hemenway Gymnasium. The complete schedule follows:

December 15.--St. Michael's College.

December 19.--Clark University.

January 5.--Middlebury.

January 9.--Knox College.

January 12.--Amherst at Amherst.

January 13.--Williams at Williamstown.

January 16.--Conn. Agricultural College.

January 26.--New Hampshire State.

January 27.--Worcester Polytechnic Institute at Worcester.

January 31.--Mass. Agricultural College.

February 7.--University of Maine.

February 10.--Dartmouth at Hanover.

February 17.--Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

February 20.--Rhode Island State.

February 26.--Yale at New Haven.

March 3.--M. I. T. at M. I. T.

March 6.--Brown at Providence.

March 14.--Dartmouth.

March 17.--Yale.

Appoint Baseball and Track Advisors

The members of the Track and the Baseball advisory committees were also approved.

The committees follow:

Baseball Advisory Committee.--Dr. Channing Frothingham '02, Chairman 1923; R. W. Emmons 3rd '95, R. S. Potter '12, S. M. Felton '16, F. W. Moore '93, H. R. Hardwick '15, C. P. Fordyce '23, Manager 1923.

Track Advisory Committee.--W. A. Barron Jr. '14, Chairman 1923; W. F. Garcelon '95, H. S. Grew '96, R. C. Floyd '11, R. C. Foster '05, A. T. Lyman '16. F. W. Moore '93, W. J. Bingham '16.

These committees are appointed yearly by the captain of each sport, subject to the approval of the Athletic Committee.

The question of sending a squash racquets team to St. Paul's School on Tuesday, December 5, was also brought up, and it was voted to allow the team to send five men to Concord, leaving the North Station, Boston, at 9 o'clock A. M. Tuesday morning and returning the same evening