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CRIMSON'S LIQUOR REPORT USED TO REFUTE POLLING

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The complete report on the CRIMSON'S recent intercollegiate prohibition poll has been introduced into the Congressional Record by Mrs. Mary T. Norton, New Jersey representative, as refutation of evidence recently presented before the House Judiciary Committee by Dr. Polling of the Penny Foundation and Christian Endeavor of New York. Dr. Polling cited figures to show that drinking in the colleges is neither general nor on the increase.

The CRIMSON'S report, including polls taken at 22 colleges, analyses the figures and gives evidence to show that more than 60 per cent of American undergraduates drink at one time or another.

Anyone desiring a copy of the report may obtain one by writing in to the CRIMSON.

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