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WANT SOME OTHER MAN'S WIFE?
JUST "ELIMINATE" HUSBAND
New York, Feb. 12. Dr. Hender
son B. Deady, prominent Columbia
univ. professor, has been labelled a
"psycho-analysist affinity" in strange
suit filed by Dr. F-. G. Buszk against
his divorced wife, Charlotte E. Buszk,
growing out of her alleged love
affairs with the handsome professor.
Dr. Buszk is suing for custody of
his son, Richard, whose morals he al
leges will be impaired if he continues
to live in the exclusive Poinciana
apartments with Mrs. Buszk and Dr.
Deady, who are not married.
Dr. Deady is married and his wife
refuses to divorce him, according to
the petition.. He was named as co
respondent In Buszk's suit for divorce
five years ago when the latter charg
ed that his wife and the professor
were in Europe together. He is the
chijef American exponent of the psycho-analysist
theories expounded by
the German professor, KarlJung, and
lectures on that subject at Columbia
Buszk alleges that when he discov
ered his wife's infatuation for the
professor, Dr. Deady calmly suggest
ed that to avoid divorce court scandal
Buszk occupy apartments with him
and Mrs. Buszk and accept a part
ownership in his wife, which Buszk
refused, he said, and his wife left
him and subsequently went to live
with the professor.
Dr. Deady talked freely regarding
the suit t
"It is one of the theories of the psycho-analysis
that the individual
should eliminate from his sphere that
which he does not want. In our case,
Mrs. Buszk and I did not need Dr.
Buszk or Mrs. Deady for our happi
ness. So we just eliminated them."
STUDENT ADMITS BEING WITH
GIRL BEFORE DEATH
Wm, H. Orpet, junior at the Uni
versity of Wisconsin, was brought to
Waukegan today to appear before
the coroner's jury investigating the I
death by prussic acid of Marion Lam-
bert, Lake Forest high school student
found dead in the snow on Harold.
McCormick's Lake Forest estate.
Orpet admits being with the girl up
to within a short while of when she
must have died. He said he went to
Lake Forest to break off friendship
with Miss Lambert He said he did
not know Miss Lambert cared enough,
for him to commit suicide.
Orpet will have to explain why he
fixed a meeting with the girl in so
lonely a spot by letter and then wrote
another letter to be delivered at her
house in Lake Forest after the find
ing of the body. He is accused of
writing the second letter to frame an
alibi to indicate that he had not left
his room in Madison on the night pre-
ceding the girl's death.
Lake county authorities have Been!
unable to find the container which
held the acid.
U. S. MAY ADMIT GERMAN RIGHT
TO SEARCH ARMED SHIPS
Washington, Feb. 12. With the ar-
rival probably today of notes front
Germany and Austria decreeing that
all armed merchant ships shall be(
treated as men-o'-war after March 1,
this government faces one of most
serious and intricate of diplomatic
questions that has arisen since the
European war began. Ambassadors
Panfield at Vienna and Gerard at
Berlin have notified Sec'y Lansing
that Teutonic pronunciamentos are,
on their way.
There was every indication today
that Sec'y Lansing at least will ad
mit foundation on which Germany;
and Austria have built their conten
tion that armament on merchantmen
make visit and search by submarines
impossible is sound.
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Rio De Janeiro. Because it is "an
tiquated and unsuited to needs of
modern democracy" federal congress
of Brazil named committee to revise
constitution, copied almost verbatim
from that of U. S".