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We wish to repeat the request made by the class-day committee in another column. The full enjoyment of the exercises depends largely upon the character of the audience. Strangers often get in as best they can to witness the exercises of the gala day of the year, and some of the poorer students frequently offer their tickets for sale at such public places that very undesirable persons are enabled to obtain admission. This year, therefore, the present committee are taking active measures to make the day as much of a college day as possible, and so they appeal to the members of the class to restrict the sale of tickets to their classmates, or at least to college men.

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