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THE MTCHTGAN

DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 15, l9aO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIIUT~SDA?, ~ 15, ioao

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*,NL ZE E VE
ROUSING WECOM
arrival of 'Explorer Occasions
Greatest Celebration Day
Since Canal-Opened.
P OATIS 'ME3ET ANGITTKr11I'
Leader Plans Compilation of
Dta on Expedition for
Inmediate Futuree.,

'Scarf ace Al' JailedM
Agit a Mian~ CpsScreen Reflections
Ape Chicago Tkctics_______________________
Introducing M''r. Tibbett. reproduction could have been bet-
(13 sso~afd Ie~)Unfortunately, "The Rogue Song"! ter yesterday afternoon, the talk-
M M, a, My1."cr s at the Michigan during the same ing celluloid seems to have captur-
face 'il" Capone slept on a 'jail cot !period as the May Festival. And; ed the full range and charm of
JTuesdfiy night, a prisonier for thei curilously, Lawrence Tibbett's first !Tlbbett's baritone.
second tim~e since Mla'ffi author- j Ann Arbor appearance was exact-; As for plot, locale is that of pre-
ities determined to cut short his ly a year ago <at the last May "esti- revolution Russia with a band of
stay ,feee'by arresting him on val. singing bandits whose leader be-
However, the sensational Metro-: comes enamoured of a princess.
isight. politan Opera baritone's first calk- rog r bofladfeun
Seized while attending a boxing ing picture is a decided success and ;while the action moves compara-
bout, the harassed 'gang leader was achievement as well "tively rapidly for a musical. An
placed in Jail gat an 'hour Which !Direction by Lionel A. pictuire.
hi ttrysfintobtolaeIarrymore, comedf Crooks in the Courntry
to locate a judge for a habeas {.by Laurel acid Hardy. Not particularly noteworthy, but
corpus hearing beauty but not much g'ood entertaining melodrama best
When Capone' first was arrested# acting by Catherine . stums up "Double Cross Roads" at
last 'Thursday on a tec'hnica1al e Owen, and the " the Majestic. The plot concerns a
°g f nesi ain >Miamni splendid performancE.i young safe-cracker just out from
charge of"inves~i~tionIas y Tibbetts himself f k '" piowhmetteonadoly
police described their tactics a n ;piowhmetteonadoly
adop~tion of the "Chicago" plan of, doibihe to result irir Several surprise slants heighten
pi3 kn up fas !swenvr great entertainmnent. ° interest. Robert Ames and Lila
*they ar"e seen on the2 city's streets.Tesai di Lee have the leads. Montague
In deti iinc_; apo~ne o'ver night ion to possessing what is prooably! Love and Tomn Jackson win sup-
howee'Vr, they outdid th'e authovs of the best recording voice yet heard, porting honors as the, rival gang-
the schemie, fog -dlhtigh' Chicaigo has an infectious personality and ,.leaders. All are well-cast. B for
police' fregluenitly que~si'oned' Capone considerable acting ability. While E this one. Ia. J. A.

HMome Brfewin G aped1 PLEA O P *HI'S TLE PHOBIA' RULED,
I NO EXCUSE FOR RCKLESS DKI ' Pi
Leal by Dr~y tL*mder o-x Ak acdP

(73y Associated Press)
BAL1B0A, Canal Zone, May 14-
Asm nany officials and citizens as
could crowd into welcoming boats
today put out to sea to °escoft into
this port Rear Admiral Richard E.
Byrd and his associates of the his-
toric South Pole expedition.
It was the Canal Zone's greatest
day since the opening of the inter-
ocean.waterway.
Oweh, 133rdArrie.
When. Admiral Byrd, Russell
Owen, of the "New York Tlimes and
other horoes of Antarctic step foot
on the soil of the new world for the
first time since Oct. 10, 1928, they
we're to be. greeted with all .the en-
thusiasm ever accorded a conquer-
or of the world's dark spaces.
Captain Hilton H. Railey, of the
United States infantry reserve, and
a party of Admiral Byrd'.s personal
friends sped out to sea at dawn in
a 'private launch. In the 'party were
Dr. Clyde A. Nelson, Ralph D. Wil-
liams and two news reel men. An
Associated Press representative ac-
companied them with his photog-
rapher.
Tallks'to Reporters.
Byrd's arrival here marked 'the:
first time that hie had -set 'foot on
American territory since his depart-
ure on his great adventure a yea:
'and a half ago.
Talking to'newspaper mnen in the
smoki~ng room of the Rangitiki, he
said he had no immediate plants
except to compile scientific data o:
the expedition, which "will take '
tremendous long time."
"The expedition was most suc-
cessful -in scientific explorations,'
he said.' I am mighty glad to comE
here and will go on the morning o'
the nineteenth for a stay in the in-
terior."
He planned to fly to the island of
Boquiete, near the seashore, ins
commercial plane for a stay.
BRx'UCKER. ,BEGINS
STATE CAMPAIGI
(Bly Associated Press)
DETROIT, May 14: Appearing
before the Wayne County Won-
en's Republican club here Tuesday
Attorney General Wilbur M. 'Bruck'-
er openled his campaign in th(
county for the Republican nomina-
tion for governor.
The attorney general told thf
women their great contribution tc
politics can be the elevation of it;
moral tone. lie also assured theri
that they, as well as men, is
learn the lesson that without per.
sonal responsibility there can b
no success in the business of goV-
erment.

10 months sentence in Pennsylvania C
for carryi4ng concealed weapions.
I Three companions wer~e held
I ,ith Caponle. N'ick Circela, 31, and
tAlbeit Prigia'ndn, 3'8, tfte'arrest-
ed and relased with him last week.
The~ foutri m nan was :SPyee{r
Ago'glia, :45, who said he was av
~Chago un~dertak'er. Cap~one had
$709 in cash when anirested a"nd hisy°_
comipanio~ns carriied sim a 11l e r
amotints.
1 -Build ing 6f Skyscrapek
Lead tby Michigan Men
1Twvo Michigan graduates, George
L. Ohrstrom, '18, and William A.
Starrett, 97E, 'played leading rolesj_
in the financing and construction
e of the Manhattan Company build-
1ing in New York, the tallest spy-
-scraper on Wall Street, which was1
r 'cdmglete'd May 1.
IOhrs'trom, of G. L. Ohr~trom a -d'j
e Company Inc., headed the invest-,
e 'merit '8yndicate which assembledf
> the various plots and m1ade pos-1
f 'sible 'the 'erection of the "building.
a Starrett, president of Starrett
B8rothers, Inc., was the only 'e'n-!!
gineer in the country who wouldf
eguarantee to complete the buildingj
f in one year.
The skyscraper which was com-
'pl'eted in record time contains
frentable space at a higher eleva-
St ion than any other structure in ;
Ithe world. It occupies most of the i
block bounded by Wall, Nassau, E
Pine, -and William str'eets, with a Iy
rontiage° on' Wall street of approxi- '
r' mately of 150 feet.
802 Packard Street.
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(7 ' Assocatd ress) EASONil. My 1.I- "Stop it!" he cried!"Don't they
WASHINGTON, May 14.-Quali- Wite n oehGifnge l realie I can't stand-,"
fled admisslon of the legality of to pieces.
home-brewing and approval of Con- I "I can't staf d whistles," he ex-, "Yes, yes," interrupted the court.
gressmen who drrnk but vote dry' plained to Mgistrate Porter yes- "You can't stand whistling. I can
has bcen expressed by Suiperinten- terday in answering a harge of: not stop people, and trains, and
dent Scott McAride of the Anti- reckless drfvin. "They upset me." semot n entwgn
Saloon League bef~re the Senate "BHut wht," inquired the court, semot n entwgn
Lobby .Committee. "has that to do with your driving from whistling. But I can stop you
The League supports only a "few" your car over a curb and otherwise from driving "an auftifbIle, "and
drinking Congressmen, he hatne disporting in an unseemly man- w ae'll leave it that way."
eintepersonal habits sof candi- 1"hsls"rpae rfi,"r Chicago-For t ree'nontfis ~frete
dates arnd Congressmen.I a demoralizing influence. I was
Opinione that lo horebewn wsdriving-along and 1 heard a whistle.' Castle McLaughlin sought a maan
legl asfolowd mmediately 'by IMY 'hands went limp on the wheel, whto desertedl a collie in a v9ait
thestaemet tat he '~whasa Iwent all to pieces. I simply can I at arlen~ the mer1hy *as bllow
Pew loopholes, and is not yet 100 not stand-,"I zero. Henry Prenhafer is in Flail
per Calib perfect. At this Point# two plice ap-('now to work out a $25 fine. Mvis.
Mclride denied the League leas ;irached i the iioflfrtfi~o.Pth wereI McLaughIn tesified against hmln.
brought out, or even knew of Rep. ) il~ttflil~lrililffl1F1l fn ?t ti ii'
Franklin W. Fort's dry candidacyI
Morrow for the New Jersey Re-
publican senatorial nomination. IHe :
admitted he helped state Anti- I
Saloon officials draft. a statementz
expressing hope that the drys would.
have a candidate to vote for.
for
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K SECOND CONCERT Choal
_ Thu'sday, May 15, 8:115 p. in. Contcet
OR E Solisrs: ETHYL HAYDEN, Sgorano
) 11 _ MERLE ALCOCK, Contrator
V W DAN GRIDLEY, Tenor
a ~CARL LINDEGR1EN, Bass
--- - --PAuL LEYSSAC, Narrator
_______________________THE CHICAO SVMPT4ONY ORCIUISTRA
- MABEL R. WOOEA. Cntinuo (Piano)
(. PALMER CHRISTIAN,, Ogan
f -fEdRCK S (ACC and
" P~ARL V. MOORE, Condutrs_
U~yllProgram
s "Kiig David." a Smhonic Psalm, in Three Parts, after a Drama byE
Renie 'Morx ................. ....... HOngger
For Soprano, Alto, Tenor Sfi, Nrator, Chorus,
f ~Orchestra and Olrgan.
M"'OM i1 Passacalia and'Ptige in C Minor... . .............. .ch
("=ascie for Modern -rfetab FeeikSok
t . Magnficat," D major . . .. ....Bach
I For Soli, Chru, Orchestra and Organ
THIPI) DCON4CEI9T Ghild''l
l~Friday, May 16, 2:30 p. in. Conert
Ssloist: 'RUGGIERO RICCI, Violin
5'GI=JOH WIT, baione
IA : U CdlL1WENS FE&TIVA C OTUSw
" PAkLER 1-RISTAN, ,Organist
No. 4 forSblo Program
' Concerto N. o Sl ilnTo Flutes and Orchestra.....Bach
i Lotus Flower.............................. Schmti1n2
I Hark, Hark the Lak ...................Schubert
, .. Crmfd'e 's~wig . ...........................Moait_
I ~ Children's Festival Chorus
-Scherzo, from "Midsummer Night's Dream". .. . .. Mendlts~hn
"A Smphony of Song" ........ ..... ....... .........Strng
Children's (festival Chorus=
SConcerto in DI major for Violin and "Orchestra........ ...Beethoven .y
TO~Y AND FRIDAY t Rtggero 'RicciA s on I
Solist: DSOLNAGIANNVINI, Sopsrano
TO A NDFIAY =-RCI4AIW) BONELLI. Baritone -
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCISTRA
° IFREDERICK STOCK, and
L"RIC DELAMARTIk Conductors
. -Program-
'Overture, "Fingals'Cave" .................Me esson
I2Aria, it Visrfl Fugitive" from "Feroiade"'.......... .... asenet
Richard Bonelli
="tScene by the Brook" from ,'Pastorate" symphony....... ..BeetoinS
a = Aria, "Plus Grand "Dans Son Obscurte"'from "Reine de Saba".:.Gouiuum
Suie fom TheDasolina "iannini
Suie ro "heBetrothal " .........................Delamiter-
er 2Aria t"Credo" from 1"Otello"............ ......Verd
con b il 4,= Bolero ...r. ... o.. ..el ... .. ..Ravel

te - Aria, "'Coiis1is fu 1e pays" from "Mignon"'......... . .......T'homnas
P 40CIA Mis Gianin
a T,1 2 Bacchanale (Paris Version) and Fintale fromh Overture,
I "Tannhauser.................................... Wagner
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FIFTH CONCERT Symphony
2 _ Saturday, May 17, 2:30 P. ini. Ccihiet2
Soloists: GUY. MAIER, ,Pianist 2
fLEE 'PAT!1fS N,ianist ..
intrnents -T1HE 'CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA-
A 'Musical Cartoon 'llPAratirt i F IREDOEI"ICK S'TOCKp orductor2
Overture of 1812 NewsOvmtrtoPga BehV 2
U'RDAY-COI1tING Symphony No. 2,1E minor...........................Rachmaninow2
- .^ Largo-Allegro Moderato2
-i Allegro Molto
r -Adagioa
Allegro viva~e
i ~~Concerto in E flat for two pianros gird orcbjestr . ..... ....... . . .M5oart
Azzegro
: . { Andante cont motto
- j Ronda. Allegro vivace
e~e- -SIXTH CONCERT Gtcrdf
', Saturday, May 17 , $:f15P. n. Concert
a i'=Soloists. NANETTE GUIL.FORID. Soo rano -
i. KATHRY'N MEISJ.E, CZontralto
r CPAUL ALTHOUSE, Tenor
I CHASE .BAROMLO, Bass
-. s'THE CHICAGO SYMr'n'ONY o6IELSTRIA
- E*ARL V. MOORE. Conductor
"e ,': ' " I,=THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL, UNIONd
' WtdCO Wyo iPALMER CHR1,ISTIAN. Organist r
C, 0c 2'Program p t ' " '
,=Requiem...........................Vd

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SIIIVRt RI' AATTE
Alevandc er k~aig 'Presents
Richard Bennett
Ini A .Satriciail Debunking' % oedy
"SOLID SOUTH"
HER c6MIN

SHOWSIX
2,3:O,~& UJVTODAY
FRANK LOLA
I. RCHARDSON LANE
~ "Let''olce'
You'll never forget the Songs they sing Ifd Elie dances
they do.
Here's a wonderful love story Which is cast with1
brilliant singing and dancing stars.
- I r
With
STAN LAUREL
OLIVER HAROY
A daring, spec-
' tacular drama
of a bandit t
ruby - lipped
i 'Princess! Pas-
sionxate! Hap- -;
K y Tuneful! I

Love dispro-)es the adage-
"YOne a Crook, Al1ways
Crook."
A g(eeitsatlru~a drama of the 'undo
Worlfd; its women, gangsters,c
men, m aster minds and its gral
vine system.
Featuirin g
ROBERT AMES
LILA LEE and
Great Star Cast
Appoi,
Louise FazendaA
"St) .this is Paris Green"
"Cannibal Capers"

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