Law: Hot Dog at Home

One of the happiest of the "happy hot dogs" whom Harvard Law School's Professor Felix Frankfurter is supposed to have hand-picked to put across the New Deal, had reason last week to be happier than ever. Now 39, now dean of the University of Wisconsin's Law School, good-natured, baldish, ruddy-cheeked Lloyd Kirkham Garrison whose famed great-grandfather helped free the slaves, grinned with pleasure as Governor Philip La Follette signed a new law to free debt-bur-dened low-income earners in Wisconsin from the legal restraints of garnishment.

Liberal young Lawyer Garrison crusaded against shyster...

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