The most general topic of conversation last evening was concerning the lack of a sufficient number of tickets for the Harvard side of the field next Saturday. Complaints come in from all sides that men can get no tickets. It is very unfortunate, but we do not see that there is not enough room at Hampden Park. We fail to see any lack of judgment on the part of the Harvard management; for, certainly no one would suspect that more than about eighteen hundred tickets would be sold in Cambridge. It was necessary to have tickets for sale at New York, at Boston, and at Springfield, for our graduates must be recognized; Cambridge was allowed a fair proportion. There are still a number of white tickets for sale for the seats at the end of the field. No more tickets will be issued under any circumstances.
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