With 55,000 seats already sold for the Harvard-Yale game, to be played at New Haven this Saturday, H. A. A. and Y. A. A. officials believe it is quite likely the Bowl will be completely sold out before the day of the encounter. The sale of seats thus far has already guaranteed Yale the largest crowd of the eastern season.
The Bowl, without the extra wooden seats, accommodates approximately 71,000 persons, leaving 16,000 seats as yet unsold. These remaining tickets are on public sale in New York City, and therefore no report has been submitted as to how many have been sold. Last year, when the game was played at the Harvard Stadium, which seats over 57,000 persons, a capacity crowd attended.