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UNDAY, MARCIZ 18, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1928 a TI-IF MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TflR~B

(?yHough Airs Views RIC WILsLEDp FOx To Talk! .TYPEWTE
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VarliusInler-Ciub (Conests
lBefoeea vh(lng Fin ils
LARGE PRIZE S OFFERED
Silas St raw~n, noted Chicago lawyer1
and president of the American Bar
association, will come to Ann Arbor
to sit as one of t he judges in the case
club finals of the Law school which
will be argued at 4: 15 Friday after-
noon, April 20, in the lounge of the
Lawyers' club, according to an an-
nouncement madec yesterday by
George P. Carver, 128L, chairman of
the Founder's day committee which is
sponsoring the event.
*The contestants in the finals this
year will be George 13. Christensen,
't9L, of the H-olmes club against Rob-
ert M. Kerr, '29L, and dames 1. John-
son, '29L, of the Story club.
The other judges for the contest be-
tween the finalists of these clubs have
not yet been selected but it is expect-
ed that two other men of state-wide
or national note in the field of law
will be here to judge the case.
H iltination 31tho 10 sed
The contestants have been selected
through various inter-club contests.
after which judges who have heard all
the cases in each group of two clubs
selected competitors for the semi-
finals in which the men who are to
argue in the finals were awarded, the
decisions entitling them to participate
in the final contest.
Prizes for the winners and runners-
up in the competition consist of $150,
$100 of which will be divided between
the members of the winning side and
the balance of which will be divided
between the members of the losing
side. Furthermore, medals will be
given to those who participate in the
finals. The cash awards are made
possible through a fund establishied
by the Detroit law firm of Campbell,
Bulkley, and Ledyard, in memory of
H-enry M. Campbell, '08, the income of
which is (devoted annually for thlese
prizes.
Vaase Is Explait med
The case to be discussed is ident-
ical with the one used in the trials in
the case clubs. It centers about the
heirs of a fiancee whose lover had
deeded his property to her before
leaving for the war with the verbal
agreement that when he returned, the
property should be transferred back~
to him. The fiancee dies before his
return, and when he returns the heirs
refuse to recognize the oral agreement
which he madie with his fiancee. This
material, in the opinion of Prof. E.
Blythe Stason of the Law school, pro-
vides- excellent discussion points, cen-
tering about the technical question of
constructive trust.
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY.-Major
General Charle's P. Sumnmerall, high-
est ranking officer in the U~nited
States army, will attend the National
Scabbard and Blade convention lhere
in April.

liv L~I-i td tae ~ le nd school building program Rt. TRev. I lerber I1. 11. Fox. bishop i
\ niel will be presented to tha voters1 coadjutor of MontIana, will preach this i
"The act ioni o'.' the U nit ed Mtates in in ani election Alarich 28, are to be held ; mori'ng in St. A adrcxN-s Episcopal
proVo. fnit) 10 (1.aw w ar an, >> g lie ~this weeli hy both the Ann Arbor Iii- ! hurch. Bishop Fox is assisting
I ix 1lei. pvos, b ig0Swi ,, Sea Ida w irislub('11)and lthe Chamber of Coin- Bishop Page of :Michigan in confirma-jI
1 Ailbui WIses anlloU1cieg' a shipbuhild- uier'ce. Lou and comes to A-nn Arbor for tha<t
ing program of $754,000,000 is ( om- l rof. Daniel L Rich, chairman of pur pose. Ile will confirm a .class of
p~arable 10 the action of a clock w ith- he building committee of the board of125 at thec morning service.r
out bands," lDr. Lynn 11 av-old Hough, education, will discuss the p~rop~osal
past or of Central Mlethod ist churcii before the Kiwanis club at its weekly
Detomt (~l~V(S F'i~~iVniht n e eting Monday noon at the Chamber 'ill1i1ii~tI11iIIIIIIII111t11tiIIlIIiil;
liver ing the main add revs at the r- of Commerce building.-
-nuail Wesleyan Ull ba nq uet. heldI at I The Chamber of Commerce program
theFirst 1Methodist churich. i planned for the regular noon .lunchm- j
{Dr. I 'oigh, i former prles1ient of c on cf Tuesday. Arthur Crippen and E C .JIi.A L
North estr~n nivrsiy 1Rev. A. E. Kurth are scheduled to "
oz many religi ous books iappear d nspeak il. It is announced, however, that ed fir iiCiiflDJinner
\nnArbr a a peaer n te (i imembers of the board -of education-
toticalletur cure n 126 ktsmay also participate in the discussion etrecl11 3 to 7 p m.
ades ria nitwste hd UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. '75c,
n ht h h hasgive at uild1)11 Thirty-eight students were elected to-
luet' Phi B~eta Kappa in the recent spring.IIN T-
election.--
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