Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State

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Railroad Stations: Union Depot, Oakes Ave. opposite Broadway St., and 2111 Central Ave. (South Superior) for Great Northern Ry. and Northern Pacific Ry.; 25th Ave. E. and 5th St. for Northern Pacific Ry.; 1615 Winter St. for Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry.; 1615 Winter St. for Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste Marie Ry.; 818 Ogden Ave., and 2039 E. 9th St. (East End) for Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Ry.

Bus Station: Hotel Superior, SE. corner Belknap St. and Tower Ave., for Northland Greyhound and Wisconsin Northern Bus Lines.

Inter-City Bus: Duluth-Superior interstate bus; local stops with transfer privileges in either city. Fare 10¢ within city limits, 6 tokens for 45¢.

Airport: Hammond Ave. and 46th St.; no scheduled service.

Taxis: Fare 15¢ first 1/2 m., 5¢ each additional 1/3 m.

Trafflc Regulations: Visitors' cards obtainable from Police Dept., NE. corner Hammond Ave. and Broadway St.; parking restricted in busy section of Tower Ave. only.

Street Order and Numbering: In West Superior and South Superior, avenues run N. and S., numbered from Bay S.; streets run E. and W., numbered from Harbor W. to River. In E. Superior avenues run perpendicular to Harbor, numbered from N. to S.; streets run parallel to Harbor, numbered from Harbor inland. Hill Ave. is the dividing line between E. and W. Superior; streets and avenues marked E. refer to those in East Superior.

Accommodations: 18 hotels; tourist rooms and cottages; Nemadji municipal campsite on Nemadji River between East End and Allouez; tourist cabin camp on Tower Ave. (State 35) at 42nd St.

Information Service: Association of Commerce, Androy Hotel, 1213 Tower Ave.; Junior Chamber of Commerce, Indian Head Booth, Belknap St. and Tower Ave.

Radio Stations: WEBC (1290 kc.); WDSM (1200 kc.).

Motion Picture Houses: Six.

Swimming: Osaugee Beach on Lake Superior; Billings Park on St. Louis River.

Tennis: Municipal courts at Central Park, Y.M.C.A., Nelson Dewey School ground, Wade Athletic Center.

Golf: Municipal course, 58th St. and Bardon Ave., 18 holes, greens fee 50¢; Gitchic-Nadji Public Golf Links, 218t St. and St. Louis River, 9 holes, greens fee 35¢.

Riding: Tower Ave. and 33rd St.

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