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Holy Cross Ticket Sales Lag Behind Army and Dartmouth

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Army and Dartmouth football teams have been the most popular to come to Cambridge so far this year, reports Frank O. Lunden, director, of ticket sales. Last week's crowd of 26,000 may well be topped this Saturday.

"Tickets sales go as the social size of the weekend goes," said Lunden, "and the Holy Cross weekend has never been one of the big ones."

Sophomores ho line up at the ticket window at 9:30 a.m. this morning will find themselves scattered throughout section 34. Sales in section 35 will probably being around noon.

The number of last minute sales for the Holy Cross game may depend on the outcome of the Dartmouth game.

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