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Thayer Common Room will be open today and Wednesday between 1 and 2 o'clock for the sale of transportation tickets to Princeton and the redemption of Pennsylvania railroad receipts. Men are reminded that the steamship company provides bunks without extra charge for those who are unable to obtain staterooms. The number of transportation tickets is unlimited, but there are no staterooms left in the hands of the committee, the only possible way of obtaining them being by personal application at the office of the Fall River line in Boston.
The committee is having an itinerary of the trip published, giving all details, such as the hours of departure and arrival, and the trains on which tickets are good, which will be issued later in the week.
In order to accommodate the large number of men who desire to leave early Friday night for Princeton, the doors of Memorial and Foxcroft Halls will be opened for dinner at 5 o'clock on that evening.
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