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C. F. Getchell, general manager of the H. A. A., yesterday announced the result of the investigation of ticket speculation cases during the 1928 football season.
As a result of this report some 50 Harvard graduates have been permanently black listed and will be unable to secure tickets for Crimson contests through the H. A. A. This number, according to Getchel, is one of the smallest in recent years.
As might have been expected, the Yale game brought about the largest number of permanent disqualifications, 23 men losing their privilege of ever applying for tickets again. Nine men were permanently barred as the result of violations in their use of Dartmouth tickets, while the West Point game added 12 more to this list. Not in all cases have violaters of the ticket code at Harvard been permanently black listed. In some 50 cases other penalties of temporary black listing varying from one to eight years have been meted out.
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