Sales in Holy Cross Game Hit New Low

Ticket sales for the Holy Cross game are the worst in years, the HAA reported last night. While freshmen were being handed tickets to the Princeton game high in the colonnade, choice duets for Holy Cross could be purchased without waiting or priority.

The drop in ticket demand was explained by Athletic Association director W. Henry Johnson, who said, "The Harvard-Holy Cross game, more than any other game on our schedule, depends on the previous records of the teams for audience appeal." Johnson's statement has been borne out by the lack of student and general public enthusiasm.