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Possibly, ..however, he has been
successful, since the Tribune says it
so miraculously has come to know of
witnesses who "favor the Tribune's
it is hard to. see .just what gam
blers have to-, do with the shooting
of Belfortfby Annenberg.
The; shooting followed a Tribune
night, raid, the alleged purpose of
which -ras to get a gambling picture
to-uses with a gambling story.
But the shooting of EJeflord by A'n
nenberg did not occur during the
raid on Larman's pool hall by the
Tribune; it occurred after that raic'
was over, and Belford did not come
out of Larman's pool hall and is not
a professional' or regular gambler.
The Tribune is using talf about
gamblers as a red. herring to make
more difficult its gunman's traU.
Also, if the Tribune found Lar
man's pool hall to be such a temme
gambling dive, why has not the
Tribune published the picture its
photographers took of Larman's pool
Is it possible that Edward s! Beck,
managing editor of the Tribune, won
the freedom of Max Annenberg 'the
gunman last Sunday by promising
Police Captain Storen not to pubuou
the picture it had taken of Larman's
One would think that after a
newspaper's wild raid to get a gam
bling picture had been followed by
the almost fatal shooting of a man,
that that newspaper would think the
picture bought at a high enough price
to be worth using.
tBX Gene, Mor&rx T
Summer Literature is of the light
est variety. No vacationist wants to
get lop-sided toting heavy stuff in his
mind or valise.
Summer Literature breaks loose in
April and strives for position among
the sickly-best sellers until well into
July. By that time the first edition
of appropriate Christmas gifts in
books is dumped onto the shoulder
blades of an overburdened market.
The costume worn by Summer Lit
erature can be distinguished at forty
paces Irom any railway news stand.
The cove decoration contains the
picture of a young athlete in swim
ming costume, with a Yale "Y" on
his manly chest and a wen on each
forearm for a bicep! Curled at his
feet, in a white dress with hair blown
out, is a delicious summer girl, who
is etching a pair of hearts in the sand
with her parasol, while they both ex
change loving lances "via- brain
less!" Without hurdling the fly leaf you
know the whole story. You are wise
that the girl on the cover is an heiress
in disguise which means she tries to
wear iron earrings while in bathing;