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The secretary of the H. A. A. has received the following letter from the B. A. A.:
"There will be a great demand for the seats at our coming athletic meeting in the South Armory on February 14. The seating capacity is limited and we will give the members of the H. A. A. the same opportunity as last year to procure seats. If you will learn how many seats your men will want and will send the money for the same to us before Feb. 1st, we will assign seats to you before they are placed on public sale."
The price of the tickets will be one dollar. All members of the H. A. A. may sign for them at Thurston's, or give their names to the secretary, C. R. Bardeen, before February 1. After that date the sale of tickets is open to the public.
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