My great-great uncle Joseph Alexandre Dollard Gaumond (shortened to Alexander Gaumond) arrived in the U.S. from Canada on 3 May 1935 in Detroit, Michigan, but I am having trouble reading the second page of his border crossing record.
I think it says that he was deported back to Canada by Detroit & Canada Tunnel on 3 May 1938 "in conformity with exclusion order..."
I can't make out the rest. Does it say why he was deported? He had a couple of aliases (Alexander Gorman and Alexander Gammond), so I am wondering if it was because of something criminal.
I have attached the record. If anyone can read the second page (it will have to be rotated) and tell me what it says, I'd greatly appreciate it.