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New Jersey Attorney De ^ mands Justice for Stu dent Clients. •r th» Associated Press. IOWA CITY, Iowa, April 12 —Two national officer* of the Phi Beta Delta Fraternity today threw the weight of their influence into the inquiry into fraternity morals at the University of Iowa, while a New Jersey attorney • threatened legal action unless the j “rights" of his clients are upheld. The attorney, Joseph Teich of j Passaic, N. J., w'ho said he represented j four members of the fraternity sus pended on morals charges, asserted he was here to “see that justice is done." He is a brother of Leo Teich, who was among the students sus pended after two Iowa City girls testi fied in court to alleged Immoral rela tions with students at the Phi Beta Delta Fraternity House. National Officers Arrive. Erving Kahn, national executive secretary of the fraternity, and Harold Behr. Western vice president, were the national officers who entered the pic ture. They had appointments with j Dean of Men Robert E. Reinow today. So did Attorney Teich. Kahn said, concerning the frater nity's disbanding: "We are not in- ! terested in being represented at a i fraternity where such conditions are permitted to exist." Behr asserted: "I do not blame the university for attempting to deny that ■* similar practices existed in other fra ternities on the campus—why should they admit it?” Seek to Protect Innocent. “How can State agents investigate in one day a situation which has been going on for 10 years?" Behr com mented on the investigation by two State agents sent here by Gov. Clyde L. Herring. The fraternity previously charged in a statement the two girls j “circulated freely from fraternity to i fraternity." This Dean Rienow de clared "ridiculous." Behr said he was not condoning the practices with which the fraternity members were rharged. but declared1 he and the others would do every- I thing in their power to see that “in nocent members” receive Justice. The State agents' report meantime was in the hands of Gov. Herring. The Governor said he had not had time to study it. WILEY SENT TO SEA Government Takes Another Step Away From Dirigibles. I The Navy Department took another itep away from dirigibles yesterday as Lieut. Comdr. Herbert V. Wiley, com mander of the Macon, was ordered back to sea. Wiley, who since the crash of the Navy's last huge lighter-than-air craft had been stationed at the Sunnyvale, Calif., dirigible base, will be stationed on the Pensacola, new heavy cruiser. ■Lectures SADE C. STYRON. Who will give the first of three lecture recitals tomorrow afternoon at the Arts Club. Miss Styron will use the clavichord and the piano for musical illustration. No Matter What Your Age No Need Now to Let Gray Hair Cheat You Now Comb Away Gray Hair | This Eaty Way Gray hair la ris!:y. 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"The national Income can be in creased to $135,000,000,000 a year In stead of $80,000,000,000 as it was in 1929.” he said. “That is the way to get an increased standard of living for : the farmer." Defending the upward trend of food 1 prices, Wallace said they were not out of line when compared with the pre-war level. After his address to the Kentucky Education Association. Wallace spoke to a meeting of County Tobacco Con trol Committees from Kentucky and six other tobacco growing States, urging a united stand for continuance of the processing tax. • ■ ■■ "■ • ■ — — ■ - Shipwreck Dead Total 11. KINGSTON, Jamica, April 12 Two more survivors of the Norwegian steamer Havmoy, which foundered 20 miles off Portland Point Tuesday, were picked up late yesterday, leaving the estimated death list at 11. INDICTED MAN HELD Security Firm Offlcal Taken by New York Police. ATLANTA. Ga, April 12 (/Pi — Federal authorities announced last night that John C. Ingram, missing secretary-treasurer of the American Bond & Share Corp., who Is under Indictment here on charges of con- i i splracy to violate the securities act and use of the malls to defraud, is In custody In New York. The officers said he was located several days ago In Woodside. Long i Island, and that it is planned to seek his return here early next week. He Is one of three Indicted In connec tion with the affairs of the concern which Individual Investors have charged operated a “bucket shop." Mr*. Henrietta Alley to Wed. NEW YORK. April 12 (*>).—Mrs. Henrietta M. Wardwell Alley, daugh ter of Mrs. Prank Ogden Magie of Chicago and the late Mr. Magie, will be married today to John Lewis Montgomery of Philadelphia and Wil ton, Conn. The ceremony will be performed at All Souls’ Unitarian Church by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Minot Simons. SAVE MONEY ON STORAGE and MOVING Long-Diatanee Movers Ags. Mayflower Trane. Co. 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