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Last year's football ticket policy--under which tickets are not redeemable and students in different classes make their purchases on different days--will again be the rule year.
Except for the first game, with Columbia, Seniors will buy their tickets on Mondays, Juniors on Tuesdays, Sophomores on Wednesdays, and "all others" (freshmen and graduate students) on Thursdays.
A modified priority system has been instituted for the first week of sales. Because of the short amount of time before the game, Seniors will get their chance for tickets tomorrow, Juniors on Thursday, and all others, Friday.
Each student will be allowed two priority tickets for each game, and to insure that he receives no more than this, his bursar's card will be punched on the number of the game he is buying tickets for.
The ticket office will not take back any tickets, but Phillips Brooks House will again run an exchange agency for students stuck with extra tickets.
The H.A.A. will open its Quincy Street doors at 8:30 a.m. this year, rather than at 9 a.m., in order to avoid penalizing students with 9 o'clock classes.
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