UNCERTIFIED FLOWERS TO BE BANNED FROM YALE GAME
Students who travel to Yale on Saturday adorned with a chrysanthemum, an aster, a cosmos, a zinnia, a hollyhock, a gladiolus, or a dahlia, will be in danger of having the flowers seized and incurring a heavy fine and imprisonment, unless they are armed with a special permit that certifies to the health of the flowers.
This announcement was made last night by the United States Bureau of Entymology in a letter to Major F. W. Moore '92, Graduate Treasurer of the Athletic Association. Certain areas have been quarantined on account of a pestilence of European Corn borers, and New Haven is outside the quarantined district. Federal and State agents will be on hand to enforce the regulations against all of the above flowers that have not been inspected by a florist and certified as perfectly harmless.