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As the result of permission finally granted by city authorities, the new parking space on the corner of Mr.. Auburn and Holyoke Streets will open in the next few days, according to an announcement made by the business manager Aldrich Durant '02.
Berths in the space, provided primarily for members of the University, will be assigned to students on a monthly basis in the order of their application to the Bursar. An attendant will be on duty each from 8.30 o'clock in the morning until 2.30 o'clock the succeeding morning.
Monthly charges for the use of berths will be six dollars for day and night and $3.50 for day or night only. Members of the University who engage berths on a monthly basis may have the charges billed to them through the Bursar's Office.
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