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Class Day Notice.


Class Day tickets will be sold to seniors from the windows of Grays 17 at the following times:

Tuesday, June 11, 1.30 to 3.30.

Wednesday, June 12, 1.30 to 3.30.

Friday, June 14, 1.30 to 3.30.

At the first two sales tickets will be sold in packages, one to each senior, containing two Sanders, eight Tree, and ten Memorial tickets. The price of each package will be $8.50. Yard tickets can be purchased for 10 cents each at any of of the three sales.

At the second sale packages containing five Yard and five Memorial tickets will be sold for $3.50 each to graduating members of other departments of the University.

No packages will be sold by proxy.

At the third sale to seniors no packages will be sold. At this sale instructors and other officers of the University may purchase tickets also. The price for single tickets at that one sale will be as follows:

Memorial and Tree tickets, 75 cents each.

Sanders tickets, $1.50 each.

Yard tickets, 10 cents each.

Sales of tickets open to all members of the University will be held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 17, 18 and 19 from 2 to 3.30. p. m. The price of tickets will be as follows:

Yard tickets, 25 cents each.

Memorial tickets, $1.50 each.

Tree tickets, $1.75 each.

Sanders tickets, $2.00 each.

Tickets purchased in packages may be returned and the cost price will be refunded from 11 to 12 a. m. June 17.

Class Day is distinctly seniors' day. Its success depends largely upon our ability to keep the Yard solely in possession of seniors and their friends. To accomplish this, every possible precaution has been taken. Tickets have been made from special sketches, copyrighted and numbered, and a record will be made of the holder of every ticket that leaves the Committee's office.

In addition the following customary rules have been made:-

Every purchaser of a ticket in purchasing agrees: 1. That every Yard or Memorial ticket shall be void unless signed by the senior to whom it was sold by the Committee. 2. Not to sell, barter or part with for any consideration any tickets except to the Committee. 3. To return between 11 and 12 a. m., June 17, such tickets as are not needed by himself and friends.

No return checks will be given out. Every person not provided with a Memorial ticket who wishes to enter the Yard after 5 p. m. must be supplied with a Yard ticket which will not be collected until 8.30. A Yard ticket will admit until 9 p. m. A Memorial ticket is good until 11 p. m.

The Committee reserves the right to refuse admission on tickets purchased by one who is known to have sold any tickets whatsoever.

Persons having Memorial tickets do not need Yard tickets.

Seniors are requested to be extremely judicious in the distribution of their tickets, as it is manifestly for their own interest that all tickets shall be kept out of the hands of speculators. The reasonable demands of porters, goodies, waiters, postmen, and college employees will be attended to by the committee.

Every undergraduate may obtain a free Yard and a free Tree ticket at C. H. Thurston's after June 11. These special Tree tickets are not good unless the holder marches with his class.

Nobody will be admitted to the Tree this year without a ticket. Positively no Senior wearing his gown will be admitted with or without a ticket. Every man who can is expected to take part in the scrimmage.

Other Class Day notices will appear from time to time in the CRIMSON. All communications with the committee should be at Grays 17.


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