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Applications for reserved seats at the Brown game must be made before 6 o'clock this evening at the H. A. A. Office at the entrance of the Union. This office is open all day except between 11 and 12.30. An H. A. A. ticket will admit the bearer to the cheering section for this game, as usual.
This year no tickets for students will be mailed, but must be called for at the office in the Union either in person or by a messenger with the written authorization of the applicant, who should fill out the form on the back of the receipt. Tickets for the Cornell game are now being distributed.
Tickets for the Princeton game will be ready for distribution on Monday; for Brown, on November 10. For the Yale game, H. A. A. tickets will not admit; applications must be filed before 6 o'clock on November 6; these tickets will be given out on and after November 17.
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