THE STANFORD DAILY TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1930 VOLUME 77, NUMBER 34

U.C. AXE CAPTOR COMPLIMENTS "21"

Word has been received from Clinton Miller, the California man who is famous in axe history as successfully carrying the Stanford axe under his overcoat through the San Francisco ferry gates accompanied by a Berkeley co-ed, and thus evading suspicion of Stanford watchers thirty-one years ago.

Miller writes: "In the first place, let me say that I am, of course, low-spirited and disappointed and am waiting until I have an opportunity to express an 'old grad's' opinion of the carelessness of the present generation and to quote a wiser man that I who said in effect that pride goeth before a fall.

"But in spite of all that, I am a good sport and take my hat off to the group of Stanford boys who successfully accomplished the recovery. It is theirs now to do with as they please as long as they can."