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hypocirties, cheating judege, judge self first - OWN LOOKING AT LIFE By Erich Brandeis A lot of...
OWN LOOKING AT LIFE By Erich Brandeis A lot of people have thrown up their hands in horror sanctimonious indignation at the terrible cheating that has going on at YVe=t Point. Don't let us be a lot of hypocrites if you please. Tht thing that gave me the biff-*' \ General Vaughan--of all men--to j ' intercede with President Truman for those fellows. ! I have no intention to dwell 1 on j that affair up In West Point. ! But let tfc6se who beholtf the note in their brother's eya "consider the beam that Is in thine own eye." Do you know why I have avoided criticising those cadets? Because I was thinking of all the cheating t h a t , I did in rny youngr years, Because I remembered how, when I went to college, there was a brisk trade in new and utd "cribs" go- about as long as I Then, finally, when she. wasn't looking--being busy with a fellow who had brought in more cigarettes t h a n HP was entitled tn--1 | the piece of chalk lyinff on the table, put the proper marks on rny three mntcaqps- and nonchalantly passed by the fellow at the gate. I h«te to think what would Jiave happened if they had oaugtit me, am sure you wouldn't be reading this column, I'd probably still he languishing sway in a French Jail. But certainly that was rheat cheating as much as thogp kids on everywhere. I Which, however, did not prevent \ i me from growing up into a fair- | * hat sort nf I ly decent citizen, j Have you much Wwt Point Of course, YOU may be above all ·· I A couple of days ago I had a , letter from Montreal, I The fellow commended me on my ! | column about the discourtesy of our customs officers. But he did not agree with what I said about the customs officers In | England and France, j "The French customs men," he i said, " I have invariably found as! an inspiring tonic--(list what a wel-| coming committee should he." ever been 'given too Have you ever bouRht any liquor during prohibition? Have you ever paid the government ALL the taxes you owed? "Let him who is without sin the first stone." NQRWALK MAN IS HELD FRAUD 1 NORWALK, Sept. 5 --Robert Mulvey, 30, of 3 Went Mam street, was arrested in his home at tl p. m. yesterday on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, Police said he 1s alleged to have cashed about $300 worth of worthless checks here a year ago, The check* were written hv Robert left everything ia disorder .Avery, 21, of Richards avpnue, a r - j Then, finally, she put a chalk cording to police who arrested Ave- cnark on the baggage--If every- ry recently on a similar I Well, that wasn't my impression. The last time I was in France, I had a woman customs inspector at Cherbourg. [ This woman was about ajs nasty I and as impolite ae anyone I have She went through the passengers' with a fine tooth comb and

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  1. The Bridgeport Telegram,
  2. 06 Sep 1951, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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