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To the Editors of the Crimson:
The baseball management announces that season tickets are on sale at the usual place opposite Boylston Hall. I would like to ask why the headquarters for Harvard University athletics cannot be located in some other place than a tobacco store with its billiard and pool connections. The associations of such a place are very distasteful to many of us, but at present there is no other office where we can secure tickets for the games, or obtain information about many of the events of the college year. If other stores of a different character are unwilling to grant this privilege for the sake of the increased patronage, possibly the CRIMSON office could be used as our headquarters for such things, until the proposed Phillips Brooks Hall is built.
HARRY E. SAFFORD '97.
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