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Vacation Privileges at Opera

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The Opera Association is to extend its privilege of reduced prices for tickets at the Boston Opera House to the University at large during the Christmas recess. The members of the association will, however, have the first opportunity to purchase tickets at an advance sale which will begin at Amee's on Wednesday. The sale will be open to the University on Friday. No one may purchase tickets for more than five performances. The regular association reductions will be in force: $6 seats will be sold for $2; $4 seats for $1.50; and $1.50 seats for 75 cents. It is hoped that this liberality on the part of the Opera Association will meet with a hearty response from the University.

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