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Yesterday afternoon was the last opportunity that the University and 1923 track men had to practice for the triangular meet with Cornell and Dartmouth, to be held in Mechanics Hall tomorrow. The practice was short and brisk, due to the cold weather and the coating of ice on the board track, but the Crimson runners showed up well.
Although over 100 men are coming down from Dartmouth to the meet, only about 50 seats have been sold to students in College. Tickets are on sale at the H.A.A., Leavitt and Peirce's, Wright and Ditson's, and at the B.A.A. at the following prices: Stage, $3; floor, $2; first row of balcony, $2; other rows of balcony, $1; admission, 50 cents.
The 35-piece University Jazz Band has been secured to play at the game.
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