Daily News from New York, New York on March 12, 1931 · 189
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Daily News from New York, New York · 189

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22 DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1931 DARTMOUTH PREXY UPHOLDS i COLLEGIANS' RIGHT TO DRINK Chicago, March 11 (JP). Collefe students should have as much right to drink liquor aa anyone ebe and they shouldn't be condemned for having- their highballs when drinking is the custom off the campus, said President Ernest M. Hopkins of Dartmouth college upon his arrival here today. "There seems to be a great discussion about the raiding of college fraternity houses," said Dr. Ilopkins, here to address a meeting of Dartmouth alumni. "They shouldn't raid college fraternities unless they are going to raid country clubs and othr clubs on the outside. The two stand in exactly the same position and I notice 'whenever I enter a club that a man who really wants a drink invariably gets it. "I don't think college men are NEW TORK COrTT. Crtaalaal C i-t. Martin Feat tie, 29; ten to fifteen years in Sing Sing for manslaughter In the first decree and possession of a revolver, by Judge George L, Donnellan In General Sessions. drinking more or less now than they did before prohibition. The only difference lies in their abandonment of ales and beers for hard liquor. ROCHESTER DRYS RAID VIPERS CLUB Rochester, N. Y.. March 11 (JP). The Erie hotel and an exclusive establishment known as the Vipers club, were among six places raided by prohibition agents in a drive that lasted until the early hours of today. PINKY WINKS AT COURT AND SETTLES BIG ROW Spectators held their breath recks craned forward. Throughout West Side court yesterday a deathly stillness prevailed, broken only by the slight rustle as Mag- XHJ A MCE urrte &MK rott Th KMD JUPSl Pr)KY m Tit iMjz? is yours, lake him -or her and go your way in peace. P. S. Both Frances Borrah, 354 West 52d St., and John Bonner, colored, claimed ownership. 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