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To the Editor of the CRIMSON:
I am enclosing a plan which I formulated in May, 1925. I feel it is the correct solution of the football ticket situation:
(I) Leave the present stadium for all preliminary and minor games.
(II) Build a new bowl within the miles of Boston in some naturally drained and topographically perfect piece of land where it can be supported by solid earth.
(a) It should be near a railway and surrounded by plenty of automobile parking land.
(b) Build it so that it can be enlarged.
(III) Start the fund now.
(IV) Start construction on the new plant during the week of Commencement, 1928. Edward Wilder '10.