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TH E MICHIGAN DAILY

RS ARE RfGEDI
ICI Cg PONE
TgxEVASION

Ambassador Suffering

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Says'

IFeeral Prosecution
to jury.
RAT WEALTH SHOWN
istrict /Aworqn'eyG r os smnan
Sulns ''p /Attock £for
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,HICAGO, Oct. 1.-(I)-A fed-
1l jury was entreated today to
vit Alphonse Capone, the "mys-
iou" h rnan who "lived like
Indian prin)ce," but tried to
seat hiis government."
Waderal prosecutors, first to pre-
~itfinal arguments in the Capone
pnme tax trial, told the jurors
i* the evidence "shows guilt be~-
id all reasonable donubt" and af-
ded thence the "privile ge of put-
g your sta mpr)of d i s tpoval on
!h conduct."
assitn UMtl-( St.ates ,District~
;orney Jacob I. G rossmlan ,sound-

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Brand Whitlock,
Formher abasado from the
United States at Brussels, Blgiumi,
who is seriously ill with pleuirisy ~at
the Amex ican Embiassy inussels.
Pictures Selected at New York
Exhibit Being Presented
in Memorial Hall.

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rote of the prosecution';.s
review of government The Ainn Arbor Art association
to Thursday. t s presenting an unusual exhibit of1
:snian Speaks. water color painting in th~e west '
said Lhere gould be no gallery of Alumni Memorial hall.I
1. fact:; shownm during This collection of 67 water colors
thti gang leader had by leading American artists was se-
sa fabulous inrcom'e" lected from the combined exht1bi-.
t.ried to evade payment tion of Elhe New York Water Color
it ~club a1nd the American Water Color
gadirit the principles of society, held am-nually in New York.
4 t te ganghe btde i s eirng circulated under the
with ,J~ even ez~,"au ;pic (if the American Fcdera..
,otizud."'11Thgern-- '1~t on of.Arts.
Jhe law'--something to
They were trying to Although all the artist", whose
yv in their own unlaw- works~ are displayed are Americans,
rid when one embark;; the subjects include scenes from-
crie, ne rim ledsKilarney, I r ela nd, Cuernavaca,
cri e, ne rim le d? M exic, and the beautifu~l Villa.
rz~pus Gangster. cd ],s,., near Home. There are
pa Inner of doing'busi- paintings of buildings ip Ba3varia,
adieative of Capone',; the Market Quimper, and fruit yen-
osexcutor said. He point c. ,VW ifl orqcco.
tteganig czar was a There is wide variety also in the
person," who used IAmearican s c e n e s represented,
rent, names,. had, no JWayne Adams' "Newr Orleans,"
-its or financ~ial records, Charles Warren Eaton's "Connec-
texclusively in curren- ticut Hills," Birger Sanzn's "Uta~h
1 underlings handle all~ Poplars." The collection includes
> posible.1 flower subj ects, landscapes, figure
studies, marines, etc. and the tech-
midwestern states out- nique varies from the advanced
rboats were usedI this methods of the modern school to{
chuirn lak~es and rivers those practiced by the more con-
xygenize" the water for, servative artists. f
of fisha suffering~ fromni The exhibition is alive and vital.
There is no sadness, no introspep -

Slossan to Continue
Pst- WarDiscusjnts
Prof. Preston W. Slosson . of the
history department will continue
his .series of talks on the problems
of post-war Europe by discussing
"The . Mediterranean:. France or
Italy?"' at 8 o'clock tonight over
station WJR. This series of speecho
es by Profes5sor Sloss:on i honored
by the Bureau of Almumni Relationis.
Prof. R-an son S. Hawley of the
electrical engineering department
will speak on "Recen t cvelopnentis
in heating Equipment," following
Professor Slosson. Professor Haw-
ley has -beenf engaged in extensive
research work in th ,de sign, in-
stallation, testing, anld operation of
heating equipment for mianiy year.
tion. The sun shines, the sea
spark~rs, the w'ind blows in the
sails and throuigh thep tress- There
i,; life anm1 movemnt throughout
the whole, anid tlzc vigorous ;joy of
American lanicscapc painters in the
great out-of-doors is vividly set~
forth.
John F. Carlson, acclaimed by a
number of critics as America's
lea-ding water colorist, is represent-
ed by a chairacteristic painting call-
edl "Early Snow." Ampong the paint-
er~s of the modern school, Johni R.
Koopmanp's "Bridge3" and Reming-
ton Arthur's "Varmonit L.andscape"
stand out. Glad~ys Bannigan's "Qn
a Southern Plailtation." is rich in
color andl depicts a gulfcoasj scene
'with a bit of old French masonry.
There is a painting for every-
body. For those who love the sea
there are George -Pearse Ennis'
masterly s ea pictures "Pirates'
Cove" and "Headland Cove," and
there is a painting by G ordor
Grant, "Running for Port,"' in
which one hears the wind in the
sails.

Tod1ay's Radio Programs
(E4,;tern Standard Tlime) J

Neither of the broadcasting Com-
panies is doing right by the radio
audience tonight in the way of out-'
standing programs, especially on
Saturday night after all the big
games that tap~e place during the
comrse of the day. The National
Advisory Counil4on Radio in Edu-
cationr has the only worthy 'pro-
gram~ on the air tonight besides the
Cuckoo pro~gram w14hhlags some
lag-raig.power, aid the
Tl4ie Council has Dr. Nichola-s
Mpnuray Butler of Golualbia Unxiver-
sity, Preient Jame14. Angell of,
Yale, and Dr. Ernest L. Bogart, j
president of the American Eco-
nomic Association on the programn
which begins its broadca.st at 3:15
through WWJ. Club Vaalspar. also
on the WWJT hook-up comes at 9:30
o'lck . A. Roplfe a half api hour
later, Coon Sand~ers at 11:30 o'clock,
and Rudy Vallee at -midnight, all
from station. WWJ except Rudy
whose music will come through
WTAM.
WJR begins with Countess D'Or-
say at 8:30 o'clock, and then picks
up the Negro dramatic sketch,
"Careless Love." "Cuckoo" with
Raymond Knight, Robert Ambrus~-
ter's dicordizers, and the rest of
the Bobby b,athasising him.
Rus~s Columbo again comes to the
air at 11:30 through WJR~ and Paul
Whiteman, the monarch of jazz
also sends a program through WJR
Reis and Dunn are the first to
appear on the Columbia radio set-
to with Nat Brusilofi's orchestra at
7:30 o'clock over Columbia's near.-

est branch st ationl, WXYZ. A be Ly-
man's orchestra comes at 8:15
o'clock with the Radio Roundup
with Irene Beasley an hour later
through the same station. Hank
Simmons' S h ow Boat preseits
"Patsy Bolivar h qtire" ant orig;inial
farce comedy in three acts at 10
o'clock through WXYZ. St;. Morita
orchestra finishes the W X Y A~
broadcast at midnight and all fol-
lowing programui are sent through
WABC.
Lecture Is Cancelled
kat Hillel Foundaqtion
Harry Plater Barnes, "SolAologist,
historian, and coltinfi-st for the
Scripps-Howa rd news;tp~pr ,syndi-
catec, will n1ot be able to lecture
.hcre Oct. 22, avi announ1Ccd, acco! rd-
lug, to word received yesterday af-
ternoon by Philip Bernstein, '32,
student director of the llel10 fount-
dation, before which Barnes was to
speak~. Necesscity of remnaining in
New York due to his newspaper
work was given ay lBarnes as the
reason for cancelling the lecture.
Dfr. Sturges to Speak
at Medical Assembly
Dr. Cyrus C. Sturgis of the Med-
ical. School will address the annul4S
.meeting of the International Med-
ical Assem~bly, which is to be held
in Milwaukee, October 23 to 26, it
was announced yesterday. -The
subject of the talk will be "Pres-
ent Aspects of th1e Treatment of
Pernicious Anemia.

F0iCNINISHES__IEETION
Green Is Reelected as Leader_
ti of Organization for
Next Year.
VANCOUVER, B. C., Oct. 16.-GiP)
-The Aiueric, .n Federation of La-
bor has handed an officially ap-
proved unemployment relief pro-
gram to Amnerica and ended its fif-
t~r-tirst annual convention here.
In a seven-point program to deal
w ithte business depression the
convention Thursday reaffirmed its5
,,ta nd for miodification of the Vol-
stead act to permit the *ile of 2.75
per cent beer. Resolutions advo-
cating repeal of the eighteenth
amendment and the Volstead act
were sidetraclwd~.
williamnGreen, .re-elected presi-
dent of the fcdcration by acclaal-
tion, is pledged4 to "go to congress
and demand appropriations to re-
lieve every hungry ma.n, womanj
and child in the country" if the na-
tion fails to reduce unemployment
in other ways.
tiere are the chief points in la-
bor's program:;
1.-Maintenance of the United
States wage standard to keep up
purchasing power.
2.-Shorter working hours, on
the ground that industry shou~ld
share the benefits of the machine
age with labor.
.3.-Prohibition of child~ labor.
4.-National planning to balance,
production and consump~tion.
5.-employers to take' on more'
workers, the idea being that~ in-
theirx men as a father cares for his
children."

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Phone 22352. 166
WARM-Clean, single room at rea-
sonable price. Dial 7618. 515
Walnut. 161
FUIRNISHED APARTMENT -3
rooms an.d bath; steam heat;
frig~idaire;, neair campus. 419
North State. Dial 5380. 146
FOR RENT-FIiurnishiedaprmn
with private, bath an~d shower.
Also single rqom, Styeam h eat,,
shower, garage. D'il 8544. 422
E. Washington.16
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Jefferson. Call 5024. 171.
FOR SALE
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ju~ice, sweet cider. Wyandotte
malt. Call 9534 or 22413. 173
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in private home below laundry.
pric~es. Called for and delivered.
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THE STAR
STARTLIJNG
STORY!
Queen of th-e
Screen'. I a love
story that toils
what± happens to
a womaun who
gives fior hear~t
to a married
man!

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the ptublic.

This is as true in Anin Arbor

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rfe Clown Prince of Music"
"LET'S' DO THINGS"
B 'by FelildsComedy
"Sprinig Training"
F cetht forI thie fan
"screed Souveniers"
PARAMOUN'TSOUND
NEWS
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R K0 PTHE Preseonts.

Mla&kTwain, the faumousn hurit , n :uppor1¢t o the Public prod.claiing
of merch'dandise. once wrote:
'"Wihen I was a newspaper citor, a $ttTScri +r wrofe Inc, saying lie had fond
a Spider in his nwwpajper. h1 asked if itwwa-s .a good or bad omen. I neplieds
that it was neither a good nor a bad ont. The spide{r was there its its owl)
interests.. He was looking through the advertiscmce~ms Intent on finding out what
did not advertise. When lhe discovered a tradesman who did not advertise, he
was going straight to his shop to spin a web across his front door, and for
evermore live an 'uninterrupted life."

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