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Robert Lane '38, dressed as Paul Revere, rode down Pennsylvania Avenue in the Capitol yesterday. He is national chairman of the A.S.U. and chairman of the Harvard Student Union.
Four thousand youths paraded from the White House to Capitol Hill, many of them dressed in costumes ranging from Snow White to Benjamin Franklin. They gathered to show their approval of the American Youth Act, providing for the enlargement of educational facilities.
On another front, some H. S. U. members took part in an anti-Nazi demonstration in front of the German consulate on State and Bond Streets in Boston Saturday noon. They flashed placards reading "Get out of Austria. Stop persecution, Quarantine the aggressor, Hitler" while they shouted for the downfall of the German leader.
Police soon rushed to the spot from Station 2, and gave the picketers seven minutes to leave the scene of the demonstration.
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