COMMITTEE SANCTIONS BASEBALL LEAGUE MOVE

$.55 PRICE ANNOUNCED FOR ALL SATURDAY GAMES BUT YALE

As a result of a meeting of the Committee on the Regulation of Athletic Sports Monday night, announcement was made yesterday afternoon that the Varsity baseball team's entry into the Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League has been sanctioned. The plan was favorably recommended to the Committee by W. J. Bingham '16, director of Athletics, and F. F. Mitchell, coach of the Varsity nine.

Under this plan, the game played by Harvard at Pennsylvania on April 8 will count in the league standing. There will be no alteration of the present schedule, but the contests at Princeton on April 19, with Columbia at home on April 19, with Pennsylvania on May 6, the game at Princeton on May 13, and at Dartmouth on May 24, the two games with Cornell in Cambridge on May 27, with Dartmouth on June 15, and the final games with Yale on June 20 at New Haven and June 21 in Cambridge will be counted as league games. The Varsity team plays about as many games with non-league members including Amherst, Brown, Tufts, and Holy Cross.

The price of tickets for all league games and Saturday games to be played at Soldiers Field will be $.55, with the exception of the Yale game on June 21, in Cambridge, for which tickets will be priced at $1.10 and $1.50. Mid-week games played at Soldiers Field will be $.40.