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Tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock the ticket office of the H. A. A. will open to members of the University who wish to see Paavo Nurmi, the Finish track marvel, run in the Stadium on Friday afternoon. Two tickets in sections 1 to 26, which constitute the whole east side of the stands, will be alloted to each member in the order of application. These tickets will not be specified for any particular seats but for general admission to the sections.
The rest of the seats in the Stadium will be thrown open to the public and tickets will be given out at the gate Friday afternoon until the Stadium's capacity is reached. The time of the games, which are scheduled for 6.30 o'clock, is expected to draw a large attendance.
The remainder of the entrants for the meet will be announced by the Athletic Committee this evening. James Connolly, the well-known distance-runner is the last one to signify his definite intention to enter, in an attempt to better the world record for the mile run.
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