MASSACHUSETTS CENTRAL SPECIAL TRAIN. - The special train via the Mass-Central R. R. will run in two sections. Both will leave the B. & L. depot in Boston as one train at 6.55 a. m. At North Cambridge the sections will be divided. The first section will leave No. Cambridge at 7.30. It will consist of five cars, 3 special cars, and two others to be reserved for ladies and their escorts, and no smoking will be allowed on these two cars. This section is scheduled to arrive in Springfield at 11.10, and will stop directly at the grounds.
The second section will consist of five cars, and will leave No. Cambridge at 8.45, arriving in Springfield at 11.35. No seats will be reserved for ladies on this train.
The tickets will be put on sale at Thurstons at 9 a. m. today. Until 1 o'clock tickets will be sold only to those who have already signed the blue book, but a new book will be left for all who now wish to sign. At 1 o'clock tickets will be sold to all who sign between 9 and 1, and on Friday the remaining tickets will be sold to any who may want them.
Tickets for the first section will be sold only to those who are to take ladies, and to those who are to go in the special cars. These tickets will all be stamped. The number of tickets for the second section is limited to 300.
The $3.00 stop over tickets will not be good on this train.
The trains will return fifteen minutes after the end of the game.
Lunches will be for sale on the train.
The station at No. Cambridge is on North Avenue, half a mile beyond Porter's station. The North Ave. electrics run all the way up there.
THERE will be an important meeting of the CRIMSON Board today at 12 o'clock. Every editor must be present.
PER ORDER SECRETARY.