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Three eleven car special trains will leave Hanover, New Hampshire at one o'clock tomorrow bringing 1,500 Dartmouth supporters to the Harvard-Dartmouth game on Saturday, it was learned yesterday from Boston and Maine Railroad officials.
This is, however, but a small fraction of the huge Dartmouth crowd that will throng Cambridge on Saturday. Still other thousands will leave Hanover by auto or by regular trains.
Twenty thousand tickets were not enough to supply the demands of the Dartmouth supporters and the Dartmouth management was forced to make last minute applications to the H. A. A. for several thousand additional tickets. It is probable that a crowd of at least 23,000 will be cheering for the Green team in the stadium on Saturday.
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