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IIISJDOYLDS SdLLIOSOCIOLOGISTS EXPRESS DISAPPROVAL ILocal Youth Inured
OF FOSTER BILL ON DEATH PENALTY Fin Automobile Crash
Wood Says Capital Punishment the judge no power to discriminate Injured in a collision which oc-
SI Bears Little Relation between different types of murder- curred Friday nighc at the inter-
to Crime Rate. ers, and require him tn exact the section of Packard street and the
Efforts to Get Exact Location supreme penalty, once the jury has Beltin64 W.cut- A ext, irtolac
by Radio Compass Fail; General disapproval of the whole reported a decision of guilty. Joseph's Mercy hospital with a
Fc ,idea of capital punishment and "The clause delaying the killing fractured lf leg anal eere cuts
Sebago' Reports. ore especially of the Fs'pending'Tos-h aw answithchl nt t and bruises.
NEW YORK, Mar. 28. -(APD)-A ter act which is to come before the child is born is an insult to the Bartolacci was a p ssenger in a
fle't of ships today wasz searchingvoters April 6 is the attitude taken state" Professor Wood maintained. car driven by Nick Papatheropoulos,
off the New Jersey coast as result by threemembers{of the sociology He concluded that the bill would ouDetroit,lfo ivstiaio Pal
Sef S O S messages which indicated aculy rec ements- probably not pass, providing the theropoulos' car collided with one
Prof. Arthur E. Wood, criminolo- people realized the particular slant
a ship had sunk.. and its company ( driven by Robert Seeger, Jr., 829 S.
to lifeboat gist of the department, declared it took on matters. Main street, who was driving south
that capital punshment was really Prof. L. J. Carr, although he be- on the cut-off when the collision
The ship was not identified. of little importance as compared to lieved the bill would probably pass, o c c u r r e d.
Throadcasting was halted. Three other problems of penology. He stated that capital punishment
c o a s t guard destroyers and a mentioned that capital punishment would be futile.C a
freighter put out from New York; bears little relation to the problem "What we need," he added "is notoCoal
of reducing the crime rate, stat- increased severity of punishment &eal $20 From Office
three power boats were out ro ing that it could not be proved pos- but rather increased certainty. This
the New Jersey coast. l itively a deterrent, and pointed out would call for a complete reorgan- Gaining entrance to the ohice of
The Sebago, first rescue craft D that the number of crimes actually ization of the legal system." the Ann Arbor fuel and supply#
icach the vicinity, reported short committed was para y larg- Prof. R. C. Angell also stated that company Frida ng b breaking
after 5 a. m. No rockets or othe┬░ er in states having the death pen- th severity of punishment was of a window in the buildig at -14
1 teslinlscuibete.tlythniehoerothvn importance, especially as jur- E. Madison street, burglars smashed
istresas signals could be seen. Professor Wood declared that capi-tQ be ne, pely convit the combinations from two safes,
Messages from the ship purport- tal punishment would no more mil- and added that there was of course, forced open a cash register drawer,
ed to be in distress gave neither itate against Michigan gangsters no rectification of mistakes with and escaped with $20 in cash.
call letters nor name. Police, navy than it had against their colleagues p The burglary was reported to po-
arid commercial wireless stations in New York and Chicago. capital punishment.lice early yesterday morning whn
begged in vain for the information. "The Foster death bill is a par- . H e r m a n Buehler, vice-president
The first message came at 12:41 ticularly vicious bit of legislation,'' Churc es Plan United and general manager of the com-
Im. and stated merely "S. O. S. Professor Wood said, "especially in Passion Week Services pany, discovered the thert.
"0 miles off Barnegat." Efforts to its mandatory clauses, which give_-__

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get the exact location by radio
compass failed. At 1:47 the station
at- Brooklyn navy yard asked: "Are
you still with us?" The answer was:
"Yes, send slow." A little later the
plsition was given as 39 miles south
;ouitheast of Barnegat.
At 1:55 the navy station picked
up: "If we can get help in hurry
we will last 11GSG (unintelligible).
In boats room water." The navy
messaged ships were on the way.
At 2:03 a. m. there flashed: "Leav-
ing now."
There were no further signals.
The land station operators said

Library to be Visited
by Illinois Students,
Forty-six members of the Univer-
sity of Illinois library school will
arrive in Ann Arbor next Tuesday,
March 31, to visit the University
library. The group, which is visit-
ing prominent libraries in Illinois,
Indiana, and Michigan, will be con-
ducted not only through the gen-
eral library, but also through the
several departmental and college
branch libraries. The visitors will
have lunch at the League and will
be served tea at the library lunch
room at 4 o'clock.

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held in the afternoon at the First
Methodist Episcopal church where
Rev. Anderson will preside. Three
guest ministers will be present at
this meeting. Rev. George D. Jeff-
rey, of the Scovil church in Detroit
will speak on "The Compassion of
the Cross." Dr. Ralph D. Kearns
who comes from the First Presby-
terian church of Flint, will deliver
a sermon on "The Agony of the
Cross," and Bishop Thomas Nichol-
son, from Detroit, will talk on "The
Triumph of the Cross."
A number of merchants and bus-
iness men of the city will close
their stores and offices for three
hours on Friday afternoon.

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