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The sale of the 1919-20 University Register will continue today at the Cooperative, the Cooperative Branch, Amee's, and the Union. The demand yesterday indicates that the edition will be sold out shortly, and students desiring copies should purchase them early.
Distribution of the Register to the rooms of paid subscribers is being carried on and should be completed today. Those who have subscribed without paying will have their copies delivered to their rooms next week, but if unwilling to wait for delivery they should purchase the Register at once at one of the agencies mentioned above.
The price to members of the University is $1.50 and to all others $2.
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