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The results of the blind draw which annually determines the seating of the University Alumni at the Dartmouth and Princeton football games have just been announced. The class which graduated 25 years ago is automatically given first privilege. The classes from 1868 to 1886 have second choice.
For the Princeton game, assignments for other classes have been made as follows: '95, '04, '98, '88, '90, '87, '24, '89, '94, '15, '13, '12, '26, '21, '11, '05, '03, '20, '96, '01, '17, '27, '14, '09, '19, '07, '16, '10, '99, '22, '06, '92, '00, '18, '08, '23, '25, and '97.
For the Dartmouth game the tickets will be assigned in the reverse of this order so that disgruntled graduates will have a chance for good seats at first of these two important contests.
Applications for tickets for the Princeton game will be closed at the H. A. A. at 6 o'clock today and coupon books will not be good for a reduction in the price of tickets after the closing hour this evening.
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