When such associations as the H. A. A., the foot ball, or the base ball managements issue life membership or season tickets which are non-transferable, they have to rely very largely upon the honor of the college. It is, of course, expected that every man who buys a season ticket to the base ball games or joins the H. A. A. will keep his ticket to himself. Conversely it is expected the one who has not invested in such a ticket will not make use of the ticket of anyone else, thus making one ticket do double service. Unfortunately some of the men in college have lately been losing sight of the strictly honest way of looking at the matter of non-transferable tickets. The associations rely on the honesty of the men to keep to the conditions under which the tickets are sold, and the men should make it a point of college honor not to violate this contract.
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