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LA SALLE ST. BANK, LORIMER INSTITUTION, AND THREE AFFILIATED BANKS CLOSED UP THOUSANDS IN PANIC AS RESULT, Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postofnce at ' Chicago, HL, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. THE DAY BOOK v- An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday N. D. Cochran, Editor and Publisher. 500 South Peoria St. 398 Tel. Monroe 353. By Mail, Except Mn Chicago,$3 a Year. VOL.3, NO. 217 Chicago, Friday, June 12, 1914 ONE CENT 'RAH! UAH! STUDENTS ARE NAMED AS VICTIMS OF THE DOPE HABIT Sensational Statement Given Out By Doctor Who Him self Feu a Victim to the Snuffing Habit Drug gists Under Watch of Police. College boys were named as vic time of the dope habit in a remark able statement given by Dr. T. S. Roberts, the former prominent phy sician now a drug fiend, to Assistant Corporation Counsel George L. Reker, Roberts has just come from the Bridewell, whether he was sent as a possible means of being saved from, the inevitable end that comes to all dope fiends. As a result of disclosures made by the former physician, police may throw a watch around druggists and shady doctors in the districts sur rounding the University of Chicago and other educational institutions. "College men begin snuffing co caine around examination time," said Roberts, who has been both professor and scholar. "It braces them for the arduous tasks that confront them. They imagine they're masters of themselves. Poor kids! How I sym pathize with them. "By use of the dope they are able to obtain a false energy that enables' J Wa-fe &&4fiip4tor4ttem&i& !