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December 19, 1920 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-12-19

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DADC IBR ~THE MICHIGAN [DAILY
ALL UINIVERISITY BUJILDINGS Universi ty bulngs remained open buildings shall remain open, and al- URGES BILL TO PREVENT burning that the nation soon will be situation, Mr. Greely says, is oe1
NOT OPEN DUIiNG VACTIOIN during the Christmas vacation which though no announcement has been DEVASTATION OF FORESTS dependent for the bulk of its conistru- effects the public welfare of the on
were used of necessity, will be ad-)imd s ebt teUieriyt ion lumber upon the forests of the country and he urges a federal laa
By direction of the Regentse of the h tered to this year. The president and Washington, Dec. 1.-Forests east Pacific coast, William . Greeley, stop the devastation of the reminl
University the policy pursued in the seefetary of the University were brary and general offices will be of the Rocky mountains are being de- United States forester, declares in his forests and to put the idle forest la
last few years whereby only those g'en the power to determine what' among this number. j vastated so rapidly by cutting and, annual report, made public today. The at work.

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FOIE THOSE WHO WILL NOT GO HOME FOR THE YULETIDE, WE ANNOUNCE TILE

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THREE DAYS STARTING TODAY.

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In the trenches of France he had
washed his crook's record clean. Now
he was "Kelly the Cop"--out to wipe
up some of the dirt that in other days
he had smeared on his town.A
That meant war with the gang! f
With men who once called him pal.*
With his own brother ! A war that
burned, and killed, and broke hearts,
baut in the end-
A picture that gets inside jou and4
fills pVou UP.

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