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That this year, more than any since the war, is one where interest in rowing has reached a high-water mark, is revealed by the fact that the tickets for seats on the observation train following the University race with Yale have all been disposed of. Mr. C. F. Getchell of the Athletic Association made this announcement yesterday, saying also that as tickets could be turned back until next Tuesday, there would probably be a very small number of seats available at that time.
This is the first time since the war that all the seats on the train have been disposed of more than a week before the race.
Reserved seats for the baseball game with Yale next Wednesday are still available. Mr. Getchell stated, Admission tickets, which may be procured on the day of the game, will admit only to the gallery in the Stadium, far out in right field.
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