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POLICE WARN CARELESS STUDENTS

Unlighted Automobiles Can No Longer be Parked on Cambridge Streets

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Cambridge Police Headquarters issued a warning yesterday to all students who own cars that unless immediate notice is taken by car drivers of the parking regulations set down by law for night time, and unless the paticent warnings of the police are heeded, all offenders will be prosecuted vigorously to the full extent of the law.

This notice was issued, as a result of the many complaints of residents of Cambridge, especially along Quincy Street, that cars are left in front of homes and roadways with lights turned off every night.

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