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Residence Halls Pre-War Finland Shown
A Phot ogra phie Exhibit
Issue If] X ia, tedi ij, Ki btOf jAh1og91-tapi5of Fn
1 Ai architecture ,aken by Ernest ,
By tz~ b I n1)( S haible. '37A, is now on view at the
College of Architecture and Design.
(Continued from Page 1) Booth Traveling Fellow in Archi-
tecture in 1938, Mr. Schaible studied
carefully the relationship which ex- architecture in Finland, which, ac-
ists between the first semester fresh-
men and the Residence Halls," Pro- cording to Dean Wells I Bennett of
fessor Litzenberg cntinued, "and to the college, shows a remarkable de-
determine what part the fraternity velopment of modern architecture.
plays in this relationship." The photographs show buildings de-
"The situation as it exists, with a signed by Alvar Aagto, who designed
fraternity pledge finding his time, the Finnish Pavilion at the New York
duty, interest, and loyalty divided World's Fair, Parliament and other
between two groups, is intolerable interesting buildings in Helsinki, Vii-
from the point of view of the fresh- puri and other cities.
man's best interests, and is unsatis- Dean Bennett commented, "These
factory from the point of view of photographs are of 'particular inter-
the Residence Halls and the frater- est because of the war. Some of these
nities as well." buildings are probably gone."

Union Bridge
Ton rattnt mei!
Results Given.
Results of Tuesday night's Union
conducted bridge tournaments were
announced yesterday by Harold Sing-
er, '41. Two teams tied for first place
and two also tied for second. The
I first place teams were Pollick-Pique-

Junior Law Club Semifinals
To A 4rtipe Labor Case Today

.enii- finals in the Junior Case Club
of tLho Lav School, will begin at 3
p.m. today in the Practice Court
room of Hutchins Hall, with two
teams of junior lawyers arguing a
labor law case beffore a three-man
faculty bench, John Pickering, '40L,
senior Case Club justice announced

net and Chang-Li. Second place John Cummiskey, '41L, and Paul
teams were Pecott-O'Neill and Ma- Roesch, '41L, will argue against Rob-
gee-Carriel. The next tournament ert Kneeland, '41L, and Eugene Cal-
would be at its regular time next der, '41L. The court will include
next Tuesday night, Singer said. Professors Paul Leidy, John Dawson
Plans have been completed for a and Russel Smith of the Law School,
"revenge" return match between the Pickering said.
student and faculty teams which met Argue Make-Believe Case
several weeks ago. The faculty, re- The case is a hypothetical one in
presented by the University Club, a state which has labor stautes based
won the last match, and the students on the so-,called "Little" Wagner
are seeking retribution. Held under Acts and on the Norris-LaGuardia
the hospitality of the University Club Act, Pickering said. In the case, the
the first time, the matches to be state labor board has certified a
held Saturday, will be under the aus- union as the majority union after an
pices of the executive council of the election and the legal representatives
Union. Student players will be selec- of the workers in a restaurant. How-
ted from the better performers in ever, another union, in this case, the
the regular weekly matches, with the minority union, goes on strike and
faculty team being arranged by Stan-
ley Walz, business manager of the
The Union staff will act as spon-
sors for a talk'by Prof. James K. Pol-
lock of the political science depart-
ment next Wednesday. Professor
Pollock will speak on "Government
and Politics As A Career." The dis- Personal qualifications for engin-
cussion is to be directed at a general eering positions will be discussed by
campusattendance and will be held George M. Hebbard of the Dow
in the Union's small ballroom. h nt m

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Roy Rector, 'Opera'
Star, In Hillel Play
Among the stars of the 1940 Hillel
major production, Irwin Shaw's "The
Gentle People" which will be present-
ed at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow and Friday
in, the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
is Roy T. Rector, '4Ed, who earlier
this month portrayed the role of
Heddy La Tour in the Union Opera
It was Rector who just three weeks
ago was reunited with his father
and brother, whom he had not seen
in more than 20 years, when the
elder Rectors chanced to read about
Roy in one of the Detroit papers.
Some of the other leading charac-
ters in "The Gentle People" are Nor-
man Oxhandler, '41, a veteran of
Play Production ,who will portray
the role of Goff, made famous by
Franchot Tone on Broadway last
season, and Joan Sack, '42, who plays
Stella, Sylvia Sidneys part in the{
New York production. Herbert Lon-
don, '43E, will play the part of
Jonah Goodman, who with Philip
are the two gentle people menaced1
by Goff, a small time gangster.

S eimicai ompany au ue meemzg
of the American local chapter In-
stitute of Chemical Engineers at 7:30
p.m. today in Room 1042 of the East
Engineering Building.
Quarterdeck, local fraternal orA.r
of sailing enthusiasts, will hear the
fifth in a series of talks on sailing
yachts at 7:30 p.m. today in Room
336 of the West Engineering Build-
ing. The various types of rigging
and their application ,to differing
sailing conditions will be discussed.
Interesting sidelight of the lawyer-
2ngineering feud that boils over come
time for Slide-Rule and Crease Balls:
It seems the engineers have been
putting one over on the lawyers for
the past few years, and the lawyers
were apparently none the wiser.
The engineers mammoth slide rule,
hoary with tradition, and yearly the
objective of raiding barristers, has
been hidden away in an unnamed
cellar for several years. The instru-
ment so prominently displayed by
the Arch men is merely a glorified
replica of the original, and only re-
cently was the true "slip stick" re-
turned to the confines of the Technic

pickets the restaurant. The employer
seeks to enjoin the minority union
from all picketing and acts of vio-
lence. The minority union, as de-
fendant, moves to dismiss the com-
plaint, or at least to limit the in-
junction expected to acts of violence
Call Employer Unfair
When the defendants picketed, they
carried signs calling the employer un-
fair--and witnesses say that they
threatened at various times, to "get"
the other employees and patrons for
ignoring the pickets. The employer,
in turn, claims that his business has
fallen off 25 per cent as a result of
the strike.
Another two teams, Philip Buchen
and Kenneth Lau, will oppose Charles
Johnson and Alan Johnston, at 3 p.m.
tomorrow in the same case. The best
four of these eight men, in the judges'
opinion, will argue in the finals on
Founder's Day, April 19. . All four,
and an additional fifth man, will be
chosen as senior Case Club advisers
for next year.
Campus Magazine
Will Feature Two
Winning Sto ries
The twc short stories selected to
represent University writers in a na-
tional contest sponsored by "Story"
magazine will be featured in the forth
coming issue of Perspectives, campus
literary magazine, according to James
Allen, '40, and Harvey Swados, '40,
co-editors. The date of publication
has not yet been set.
Chosen for first place from the 35
manuscripts entered in the Perspec-
tives contest was "Burglary on Locust
Street," by Dennis Flanagan, '40. The
second winner is "Waiting," a story
of high school life by Elizabeth Allen,
Three short stories awarded hon-
orable mention in the contest will also
be printed in the next issue, the fourth
of the year. These are: ""Doyle Press,
1940," by Shirley Wallace, '42, "Shy,"
by Alvin Sarasohn, and "Still Life,
With Dreams," by Swados.
Eight poets will be represented in
a special poetry portfolio. John Mal-
colm Brinnin, '41, Hopwood winner,
will contribute a long poem, "Address
to the Refugees." "To Pyrrha," a
translation by Georgia E. Christlieb,
Grad., of an ode by Horace. Other
poems will be contributed by the fol-
lowing: Howard Moss, '43, James
Green, '40, Agnes Stein, '40, Charles
Miller, '41, Gwenyth Lemon and Nan-
cy Mikelson.
The lone essay in the magazine will
be "Gallantry in Hell," by John Ar-
thos, instructor in the English de-
partment. It is a discussion of the
poetry of W. H. Auden, leading Eng-
lish poet, and of the lecture, "A Sense
of One's Age," which Auden gave
here recently.

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