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TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES

Subway and Railroad Trains.-Arrangements for Parking of Automobiles, and Other-Regulations.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The Boston Elevated Railroad is ready to meet any demands on its transportation facilities this afternoon. Cambridge subway trains will be run to the station near the river beginning at noon, and during rush hours they will be run at one-minute intervals. After the game extra service will be run from the junction of Western avenue and North Harvard street to Hanover street, at three-minute intervals, and from Harvard square to Dudley street at two-and-one- half-minute intervals.

The Boston and Albany Railroad will run special local trains from the Allston Station, six minutes south of the Stadium, to Boston and Riverside, starting immediately after the game. The number of trains will depend on the demand. The fare to Boston is eight cents; to Riverside, 15 cents. Intermediate stations at reduced rates.

The New York, New Haven and Hartford-Railroad will run, in addition to its regular schedule, a special train for Brown men from Providence at 11 o'clock, returning at 11.40 P. M., special tickets being required.

Gates Open at 12.45 o'clock.

The only definite traffic regulations which have been made for this game refer to the parking of automobiles. Tickets at 50 cents each, on sale in advance, at Wright & Ditson's and Leavitt & Peirce's or at the gate will admit an automobile with its entire party to the parking space, which is enclosed by heavy wire. Regular tickets will then admit to the field. Vehicles may also be left on the speedway between the boat-house and the bridge gate, or on Charles River Road, directly across the river.

The gates will be opened at 12.45 o'clock. The game will begin at 2 o'clock, and probably will be over by 4 o'clock.

Rooms for ladies have been provided at the base of the East tower, and under sections 8, 28, and 32.

The West stands will as heretofore be given up to holders of H. A. A. and season tickets; the wooden North stand will be unreserved, the admission price being $1; the remainder of the seats are reserved for those whose applications have been accepted.

Spectators must keep their seats until the game is over. Ushers have instructions to allow no one to stand in the aisles or entrances while the game is in progress. Persons leaving their seats must leave the field.

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