Medicine: Apple Juice

If anybody wants to drink liquor without getting drunk, Dr. Ira Albert Manville of the University of Oregon Medical School thinks he can tell him how. Recommended by him last week was a generous portion of apple juice along with the drinks. Dr. Manville administered enough alcohol to one dog to cause stupor and death, the same amount accompanied by apple juice to another dog. The second dog lost a certain amount of muscular coordination, but remained in such good shape that he did not even fall asleep.


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