People: Slings & Arrows

Oklahoma's new law making women ligible for jury duty brought some sharp comment from quid-rolling ex-Governor 'Alfalfa Bill" Murray. The 81-year-old ather of the present governor, Johnston Murray, and president of the State Con-titutional Convention in 1906, croaked lis objections: "It isn't right to lock women up with men in a jury room and make hem stay all night together. They won't quit till they make it legal for women to go into men's toilets. That's what they'll be after next."

The District of Columbia bar admitted 350 new lawyers, including Frederick Moore...

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