People, Apr. 24, 1939

Back from a 28-State tour designed to cajole more "fine young Westerners" into Yale, handsome President Charles Seymour of Yale University said handsomely: "There is less hard drinking now at Yale than perhaps any "time in the past. Every Sunday night I order a large quantity of beer for the boys who come to visit us in our home . . . what happens? Why, they always drink more milk than beer and we always have beer left over."

While Successmonger Dale Carnegie lectured a rapt Scranton, Pa., audience on how to win friends...

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