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University authorities may find it difficult to enforce the bi-female rule recently inflicted on the Houses, but woe will be Connecticut when she tries to enforce a 17-year-old law tomorrow forbidding the conspicuous display of red banners anywhere in the State.
But once a law-abider, always a law abider. Harvard men have stood by the new parietal rule, and they will stand by Connecticut's law. They are urged by God, by country, and by Connecticut, to leave anything indicative of red, crimson, scarlet, vermillion, magenta, or carmine at home. At the state line men will be able to purchase black and white signs saying, "Fight, Team, Fight!"
In the interest of safety it would be advisable to remove the tall-lights from all automobiles going to New Haven.
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