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January 14, 1933 - Image 6

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Physician Reports Her In Louisiana Democrat Will
Coma, But Nature Of Keep Talking Until Bank
Ailment Is Withheld Measure Is Changed

-Associated Press Photo
Corporal William Jubb (left) and George Washington Brown, 92
and 80 years old respectively, are shown receiving their instructions
from Charles W. Eldridge, centenarian referee, before squaring off for
the "whisker-weight" boxing championship at St. Petersburg, Fla. The
battle ended in a draw at the end of the fourth round with both con-
testants locked in an embrace on the floor of the ring.

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 13-It prom-
ises to be a dry rushing season in the
University of Minnesota fraternities
after all, but the rushees will not
go dry for any lack of generosity on
the part of the potential 'brothers.'
They meant to have refreshments,
and even ordered them.
Early in. December a smooth-look-
ing "representative" of a California
vineyard association called at Min-
nesota fraternity, houses selling 10-
gallon kegs,. of. unfermented wine
which would: allegedly turn into 17
per cent alcoholic drink within two
weeks if kept in a.warm place. And
this for the nominal price of $10 for
the 10 gallons, or 25 cents a quart.
The salesman asked a deposit of
$4. Delivery was to be made within
the week and the balance paid upon
its" arrival. The salesman said he had
sold every house he solicited. At least
eight are known to have accepted
the offer.
It appears that the time honored
gold brick hoax is becoming a wine
brick affair, for many weeks have
passed-without sight of the salesmen,
the wine or the $4 :deposit; and it
looks like a dry rushing season after
all.

John A. Neelands, member of the
Ann Arbor board of education, yes-
terday announced his retirment from
the firm of McLean and Neelands,
a State St. grocery establishment.
He had been associated with W. D.
McLean in the business for the past
16 years.
Mr. Neelands has been actively en-
gaged in city civic affairs for several
years, serving on a number of citi-
zens' committees in addition to his
work on the school board. His in-
terests in the firm were purchased
by his partner, Mr. McLean.

Both the Federal Reserve board
and the treasury department have
recommended enactment of the Stea-
gall measure.
Pink Elephant Complex
In U. S., Educator Says
GREENCASTLE, JAN. 12.-Presi-
dent 0. Bromley Oxnam of Depauw
University, thinks Americans have
a pink elephant complex. In a recent
speech he identifies it with the spirit
of these days.
"The boom of 1929;" he explains,
"was for the American people a
great party. They drank deeply of
what one may call 'bootleg prosper-
ity,' they sang 'hail, hail the coin's
all here.' The inevitable morning af-
ter came everyone had a headache.
Those who drank deeply found them-
selves in a delirium and now it is
'pink elephants everywhere.'"
President Oxnam applied the term
to college thinking, dwelt upon the
need of a new philosophy and con-
cluded with this exhortation: "Equip
yourselves to cause light to appear
in people's faces, rather than join-
ing in the delirium that causes pink
elephants to dance in their brains.

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YOU'LL ENJOY NEXT CHRISTMAS MORE
IF YOU START TO SAVE FOR IT NOW q
ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK

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TO DAY

Who Will Be The Lucky Person?
This is the day that the $180.00 set of James Branch Cabell
is to be given away at our State street store at 3 P.M.
This sale has been most gratifying because we have gained
many new friends and our old friends have been satisfied to
the utmost by the hundreds of splendid buying
opportunities presented.
2,000 VOLUMES OF REFERENCE BOOKS
ADDED TODAY AT A PRICE OF . . 9

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