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H.A.A. INAUGURATES NEW $13,20 SEASON TICKET

SPRING PRACTICE WILL START MARCH 23

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A season football ticket for the seven home games next fall will be sold by the H.A.A. at a reduced price, ($13.20 rather than $18.70). This will entitle the holder to sit in section 30, on the 30-yard line, or in sections 29, 28, and 27. Applications for such a season ticket will be sent out with the spring sport schedules and will be returnable May 15. The reason for this reduction in price and the better seats offered to the graduates is explained by the H.A.A. as a diminished depression demand.

Besides introducing scrimmaging into the spring workout, Coach Harlow has three definite objectives which he expects to see carried out. The first of these is to get all the experimenting in positions and players done with and out of the way before the fall season opens. The second is to have the A and B teams fully lined up, ready to take the field the opening day in September. The third and most important, according to Coach Harlow, is to expand the defense.

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