Stout blows were struck last week on all sides of the one issue which generates passion of every sort—personal, economic, religious, political, sociological. Up in Michigan, the 21 young spinsters of Kappa Kappa Gamma of Adrian College reported to the Dean that ten of their men friends had done a little drinking at their sorority dance. Proclaimed the spinsters: "We, the members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, hereby go on record as being opposed to the use of liquor in any form, and we furthermore state that we believe the ten...

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