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PAGTHTRE

LAWI SCKOOL CASE51
SOMPETITIOPN HELD10
Prize Is 1Divided Between Both T'eans;
Winners Are (!oider, )IkeSell,
0'llanlon And Sal~zmn , [
CfAMPBELL FUND USED
Final arguments in the Law school
case contests were held yesterday at
4 o'clock in the lounge room of the
;Lawyers' club. One' hundred fifty dol-
lars in prizes was divided between'!
the two teams, the judges ruling in
favor of the plaintiff on the law, but
deciding that the presentation on
either side was equally good. Robert
Conder, '27L, and Jerome, Mikesell,
'27L, took the plaintiff's side while
Elmner Salzman, '27L, and Phillip
O'Hanlon, '27L, argued for the de-
fendant.{5
Prof. Herbert F. Goodrich of the i
Law school, Joseph Davies of Wash'-
ington, and G. M. Canfield of Detroit-
judged the case. Following the de-'
cision of the judges, Selden DickinsonI
of the law firm of Campbell, Bulkley,
and Ledyard of Detroit, which gave
the prizes, presented the money to the
contestant~. The gift was the first
money of the Henry M. Campbell fund
for this purpose, $3,000 being recently{
given to the Law school in memory of
Mr. Campbell who died on March. 17
this year.
LANSING.-The state public util-
ities commission has authorized the
substitution of flashight signals to re-
place' other safe-guards at four Mich-'
igan Central crossing in Jackson.
Whitney Theatre
TONIGH1T
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IX I [ universities today are running away fshould be taken against the "scrappi-
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IV'U PIIE of thle intense specialization is inevita-I ties."
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DECRIES SPEC IALIATONOrMel-"I.oI-C o e
"Professors set up tthe elective Sys~
Item essentially as strategic retreat
from new knowledge they are incapa-
'fle of assimilating," declared Glenn . Scranton, Pocahontas, Kentucky
Frank, president of the University of
;Wisconsin, recently in a speech on ia d W s ig na C a '
Imodern education. "It has turned anmistV r ina C a
versities into "intellectual department Sol ~ay and Gas Coke
stores or specialty shops, or intellec-
tual cafeterias3. You know the fate of
a man who goes into a cafeteria with
no advance knowledge of dietetics," This business has been growing ever since it was eitablished }#
continuedl Dr. Frank.
That the increasing complexity of The secret is "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION
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ROBERT B. MANTELL
Supported by
GENEVIEVE HAMPER
,And Specially Selected Company
In 'Shakespearean and
Classic Plays
Tonight
"HIAlMLET" (Modern Dress)
Friday Eveninig
"RICHIELIEUF"
ovaturday Evening
"MERCHANT OF VE NICE"
Complete Productions
of All, Plays
Prices: $1.10, $1.60', $x.20

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It's a far cry from a homing
husband in N~ew York to a
roaming wife in Paris-and, it
makes a corking story for the
screen.

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