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THE MORON Volume Weak LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA., APRIL FOOL, 1932 Number MOron 789 LIQUOR RING CAPTURED AFTER GUN BATTLE The quintet of rum-runners who were captured along the Old Spanish Trail after a running gun battle with police early this week. Reading from left to right: Top Row, "Battling Bently Byrnes, Paul "Faulkner" Capdevielle. Bottom Row, Robert A. "Thousand Legs" Ainsworth, "Pretty Paul" Reising and "Scarface" Skelly Wright. Reising, who police believe to be the head of the greatest ring of liquor runners in the South, is also president of the Loyola Student Council. Upon hearing that their leader was under arrest pending investigation of the liquor charges, the Council through its vice-president Earl Bailey demanded Reising's resignation. Reising stated to a Moron representative that the demand for his resignation was move on Bailey's part to oust him so Bailey could assume the presidency. Bailey said if Reising was running liquor, the least he could have done was cut the Council in on the profits. Prominent Law Student Marries Dance Hall Queen Two hearts that beat as one. "Softie" Sehrt the Parlor Kid and Julia "Peaches" Espenan now Mr. and Mrs. Clementine Sehrt whose secret marriage three months ago was disclosed yesterday when "Old Man" Sehrt, millionaire baker and dear old dad to Clem Sehrt tried to buy off the dance palace queen. "Peaches" said she would stick to Clem, the old stick in the mud and there you are. Pull 111 Your Neck Percy-'Here Conies The Wrath of God ★★★★★ FINAL WEATHER Raining and Muddy. Track heavy. North to south to east to westerly winds. Temperatures: High 0 degrees; Low 0 degrees Fahrenheit.Sehrt Weds Taxi Dancer —Story on Page 2 Council Leader Rum Head —Story on Page 3 Stiff Riot In Anatomy Laboratory Feared How Long Will It Last?
|Masthead||The Maroon Vol. 10 No. 19|
|Publisher||Loyola University (New Orleans, La.)|
|Coverage||United States; Louisiana; New Orleans;|
|Source||Loyola University New Orleans Special Collections & Archives (http://library.loyno.edu/research/speccoll/) New Orleans, LA|
|Subject||Loyola University (New Orleans, La.)|
|Description||The Moron was originally published as a satirical issue of the Maroon on April Fools’ Day. It now appears only sporadically.|
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