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Tickets for the Pennslvania Game


Applications on the regular blands for not more than four tickets to the Harvard-Pennsylvania game to be played in Cambridge, Saturday, Nov. 23, will be received from past or present members of the University until 9 p. m., Nov. 14. Seats will be assigned by lot on applications received up to that date, but no ticket will be sent out until Nov. 19. These blanks will be ready for distribution some time today at Leavitt and Peirce's, and at Wright and Ditson's, and will be sent to the various Boston and New York clubs and all Harvard clubs, or will be mailed on application to Fred. W. Moore, graduate manager.

The special sale to season ticket holders will be held Monday, Nov. 18, at Leavitt and Peirce's. At this sale each season ticket holder may pruchase two seats in advance of the general allotments.

There will be no public sale and no box office at the grounds on the day of the game.

All seats will be on the side of the field and will be limited to 10,000. The prices will be $2.50, $2.00 and $1.00, according to location.

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