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Officers of the College may have more Sanders tickets on application. Memorial and Yard tickets have been left for them in the office.
Sanders tickets are on sale for all comers at Leavitt and Peirce's.
SENIORS spreading in the yard ARE AGAIN REMINDED, first, that wagons will not be allowed in the yard after 12 m. on Class Day; second, that between 12 m. and 4 p. m. all materials for spreads must be carried in by attendants on foot; third, that between 4 p. m. and 11 p. m. attendants will not be allowed to enter or leave the yard with dishes, ice cream cans, etc. Seniors must see that their caterers understand these rules.
All Class Day tickets are for one only. There will be no admission anywhere to anyone without a ticket, except to graduates and undergraduates going in classes to the Tree. No Yard tickets will be given to undergraduates, but all who are at the Tree will be provided with checks upon leaving the yard. No checks, however, will be issued after 8.30 p. m.
Notice is particularly given that no tickets purchased elsewhere than of the committee will be received.
To assist the gate-keepers, every one is desired to hold his own ticket in passing the gate. Students and others are requested to be patient with the gate-keepers. Their duties are very difficult.
B. W. PALMER, Chairman Class Day Committee.
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