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HAA Asks Some Eli One-Seat Holders to Trade for Better

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In an attempt to insure an equitable distribution of tickets among undergraduates for the Yale game, Athletic Director William J. Bingham '16 yesterday requested that any students holding single seat ducats in sections 35 and 36 turn them in at the Quincy Street offices of the H.A.A. before noon this Saturday in exchange for better seats in sections 33 or 34.

Behind this appeal by Bingham is the hope that it will give the undergraduates going to the game alone the best possible seats, at the same time opening up the preferred stands as far as possible to men desiring two seats for the Eli contest. Many men have turned in the single Yale seats they got with their season tickets to apply for pairs, said Bingham, and the H.A.A. will be better able to fill these applications if all singles can be cleaned out of sections 35 and 36.

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