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Although more than 500 students sailed for New York last night, and although railroad officials reported heavy demands for transportation to Princeton, enough students are expected to remain in Cambridge over the week-end to fill the Union Living Room for the Princeton grid-graph reports this afternoon.

Although the radio will be used to secure the returns, the audience will not hear the reports. The grid-graph takes a few seconds to operate, and is therefore a play behind the radio. Were the two to be used simultaneously, the result would be confusing, and therefore no loud speaker will be attached to the Union wireless.

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