Our attention has been called to a little matter which concerns the sale of Tree tickets to seniors. For the last day or two tickets have been sold to seniors in packages, the packages being drawn by lot. In this way it is a mere matter of chance whether the tickets are for good seats or poor ones. This is a very good way of avoiding the necessity of using the system of standing in line. As matters now stand, every senior who has applied for Tree tickets is supplied with a package; some men have had the luck to draw good seats, others have been disappointed in drawing very poor seats. But as not all the seats have been drawn for there probably remain some which are better than those drawn by the men who have had the hardest luck. Now that the first rush of the seniors is over, it is suggested that those who have drawn poor seats be given an opportunity to exchange them before the next sale begins for any better seats which may be left over. This of course would give all the best seats to seniors and leave only the worst ones for the general sale, but Class Day is seniors' day, and it is only fair that they should have the best of what is to be had. The suggestion seems to us worth the serious consideration of the Class Day Committee.
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