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Tickets for the Class Day exercises on Tuesday, June 19, will be on sale to graduates and undergraduates from 9 o'clock to 6 o'clock at Leavitt and Peirce's all this week, according to an announcement made by the Class Day Committee last night.
At 2 o'clock on Class Day the Yard will be closed to the public and only persons holding Yard tickets will be admitted during the rest of the day. Regular tickets will also be required for admission to the Stadium exercises at 4 o'clock, except in the case of undergraduates and graduates who will march with their respective classes. They will receive two free "marching tickets", one admitting to the Yard, where the procession will form, and one admitting to the exercises in the Stadium.
An unlimited number of tickets to the dances in Memorial Hall and the Hemenway Gymnasium will also be on sale this week. One ticket will admit to either or both of the dances but, unless accompanied by a Yard ticket, will not admit to the Yard during the evening. At 11 o'clock the gates to the Yard will be closed and the dancing at the Hemenway Gymnasium and at Memorial Hall will stop.
The distribution of all the Class Day tickets will be handled through Leavitt and Peirce's and any men who intend to march must apply there in order to get their "marching tickets". Yard tickets will be on sale at 75 cents, Stadium tickets at $1.75, and tickets to the dances at the Hemenway Gymnasium and Memorial Hall at $1.75 each.
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