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1913 Class Day Ticket Designs


The designs for the 1913 Class Day tickets have been chosen by the committee. The Yard ticket, a sketch of the '87-'88 Gate, was drawn by A. du C. Maag '13, of Youngstown, O. This design is particularly appropriate, because of the fact that the class of '88 will hold its twenty-fifth reunion this spring. The ticket to the Stadium was drawn by D. J. Lynn '13, of Youngstown, O., and is a sketch of the Stadium from near the University boat house. The Memorial and Gymnasium ticket, on which there is a sketch of Memorial tower was drawn by F. C. Crawford '13, of Watertown. As previously announced by the committee, the men whose designs were accepted will receive free tickets.

Arrangements for Music.

The music for Class Day has been arranged as follows: the bands are in charge of G. W. Stewart, of Washington, D. C., who also has charge of the music for the Panama-Pacific. Exposition at San Francisco in 1915. A. M. Kanrich, of Boston, will have charge of the orchestras.

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