The Harvard-Yale game is officially a sell-out.
A few standing-room-only tickets on the roof are still available, but these should be gone by Monday afternoon, it was announced yesterday.
High costs have ruled out the possibility of erecting temporary stands at the north end of the stadium. "The expense of such stands would far exceed their possible revenue," Carrol F. Getchell, business manager of the H.A.A., said yesterday.
Getchell was quick to point out that the entire student body and alumni had been provided for, and that only non-alumni graduate students have been forced to take the standing room.
This year's Yale game crowd will be the largest since the Harvard-Yale game in 1948.