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Tomorrow a special train of coaches and parlor cars will leave Boston from South Station at 12.20 P. M., from Back Bay Station at 12.24 P. M., and from Providence at 1.25 P. M. This train is due in New London at 2.55 P. M. A limited number of excursion tickets, good only on the special train, will be sold at the following rates: from Boston, $3.50; from providence, $2.25. Tickets may be obtained in advance at the City Ticket Office, corner of Court and Washington streets, Boston; Leavitt & Peirce's, South and Back Bay Station, Boston, and at the Union Station, Providence. No tickets for the special train will be sold on the day of the excursion if the limit is reached before that time.
An observation train for the Freshman and four-oared races will leave New London at 10.20 A. M. (Friday). The price of tickets is $1. A limited number of seats may be obtained at Leavitt & Peirce's, and at the City Ticket Office, Boston.
A special train, made up of parlor cars and coaches, will leave from tracks 12 and 20 in the passenger yard just west of the New London passenger station twenty minutes after the finish of the University race. This train will stop at Providence and Back Bay only. In case of postponement of the University race until the next day, trains will leave as soon as possible after the official announcement of postponement.
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