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To the Editors of the Crimson:
The excursion tickets to Springfield last year were good only on the special trains so that anyone who wished to avoid the crowd, or to go up before hand, was compelled to pay full fare both ways. Now fully enough fellows take the regular trains to warrant some effort at securing better rates for them. There is little doubt but that the railroad can be induced to issue a round trip ticket, to be good perhaps from Friday until Tuesday, at much less than the regular fares. All that is needed is for someone to lay the matter before the railroad - a task that in consideration of the number to be benefited, the foot ball management might well take upon itself.