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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

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TON RI 1p-YBRIKSFORESTERS COME I Americans In Mexico University of Kansas
ON RIAR BR KS FOR CONFERENFCESigns
__Denounced BySin Makes Parking Lawsr
OUT I I[UR P [C Two notable men in the field of (By A',o pre",S) ) The traffic situation at the Ui"
GUTI~ OU ILiIJIJforestry and conservation vi 'ited, MEXICO Ci-F Oct. 15-fPosters Ivo rsity of Kansas has reached the

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Ann Arbor this week -end to con- '{.u.,n ne .' s~'
._. .i4.1 ,-, __x_ __r. -_x wrike-breqkcnr,and American F as-

point at which it has been found

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cisti" today :.tarld ownA upon 100 necessary to place restrictions upon'
members o f the American Legion, the parking of cars, and upon their1
from the walls of various buildings., being operated on certain of the
Even the walls of the Americanmantougfrs
the~~ denunnationrhungthaleeio
day:..= tives from the Faculty and from
The posters bore ' jhe signature thle men's student council. Its
of Diego Rivero. anarit whb is function will be to hear and judge
s-:cretary general of the Mexican
section of the Anti- [mperialistj upon the applications made for
L geof America. !parking permits. only those who
0'Obl{,ig he assassins an;,d strike- are fortunate enough to obtain
bretakersl of the legion to abandon! these permits, will be allowed to
our territory as soon as possible,"' park their cars within a certain
the posters read, in part. "Away rdu ftecmu.Tesuet
>with the Fasc.ist North American rdu ftecmu.Tesuet
legionnaires. Down with the man are also to be barred from driving
Lwho tried but faild to conquer. upon the main thoroughfare as
FMexico-Gen. Pershing." this is to be kept open onl, to
The posters said that there couldI visitors, tourists, and commercial
rbe no frie-ndship until the United traffic.
States took it's hand off Latin-
America despite the good will visit ' Subscribe to the Michigan Daily,
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Files with lists of rooms avail-
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there for the remainder of the
football season, it was announced
;yesterday by James Garrard, '30,
chairman of the reception commit-
tee.
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have not listed rooms and who may
desire to do so for the convenience
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5 o'clock any afternoon and list
their rooms as soon as possible.
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