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The Harvard Club of Boston will run two special trains to New Haven on November 19, for the Yale football game. Both trains will leave South Station, Boston, via the Boston & Albany Railroad at 8 o'clock, and will stop at Newtonville, Framingham, and Worcester. They will leave New Haven for the return trip at 5.30 in the afternoon.
One of the trains will carry parlor car, sleeping car, and drawing room accommodations and the other train will have day coaches only.
The round trip rates for these trains are as follows: Parlor car seats, $13; sleeping car, $13; drawing room, $15 per person (minimum of four persons); day coach, $7.50. A bus will be run to and from the New Haven Station and the Yale Bowl at an additional cost of $1 per person for the round trip.
The tickets for the higher fare train will include luncheon, dinner, and cocktails. The tickets for the day-coach include a box lunch, a box dinner, cocktails and beer.
Applications for tickets will be received at the Harvard Club of Boston through November 14. Members of the club, their guest (including ladies), and non-members who are sponsored by members of the club may apply.
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