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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

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Senior Law Students Lem
By Practice in Novel Cort'

By FRAN IVICKI
Where can a lawyer make a few
mistakes in pleading a case with-
out his client losing money or go-
ing to prison?
Four hundred senior law stud-
ents in the University know of
such a place. It's the Practice
Court in Hutchins Hall, where ev-
ery Tucsday and Friday after-
noons the students put together
the substance and procedure of
law they have previously learned,
by actually pleading caes.
Vast Scope of Cases
The cases, which are assigned
the individual students by the
judge of the court, Charles W.
Joiner, cover everything from
suits against the state to personal
claims. The state laws under
which the cases are tried vary ac-
cording to the wishes of the in-
dividual "law firms" involved.
Procedure of hearing the cases
is quite complete, with only the
presentation of evidence excluded
from the trials. The proceedings
begin with the service of summons
and filing of complaints on the
topic assig;ned by Joiner, go
through the hearing of motions
and arguments as to the validity
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of the claim made by the plain-
tiff, and close with the decision
handed down by Judge Joiner.
Picturesque Trials
The student lawyers conduct
almost as picturesque a trial as
those presented in movies, but all
concerned in the hearings in the
Practice Court adhere more close-
ly to accepted legal procedure
than do the film actors. The eases
included on the docket are more
common than the murder and
manslaughter trials filmed in Hol-
lywood.
Three AtUtfpl1
PCA ___"l
Three Ann Arbor delegatesr
attending a cultural conference
sponsored by the Progressive Cit-
izens of America which is being
held today in New York.
The conference, headed by Dr.
Harlow Shapley of the Harvard
Observatory, will meet to discuss
threats of thought control and
violations of academic freedom,
and formulate plans for combat-
ing them.
The Ann Arbor delegates are:
Gil Dancy, Chairman of Aiident
Town Hall and representative for
the campus chapter of AVC, Han-
ny Gross for IRA and YPCM, and.
Blossom Gershten of the Ann Ar-
bor Chapter of PCA.

Campus
Highlights
SRA Meeting - .-.
Lane Hall will be open to all,
students at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow for
the first meeting of the SRA "Bluej
Monday Uplift League."
Program for the evening in-
cludes games, dancing and re-
freshments. Students are advised
to wear blue-jeans.
'Cautpus Quarter' .
Auditians for "Campus Quar-
ter," new WPAG air-show, will
be held at a new time and place,
starting this week.
Students wishing to try-out
for the program will meet be-
tween 4 and 5 p.m. Mondays in
Rm. 4208 Angell Hall.
Sociology Symposium . ,
Clark Tibbitts qnd Woodrow
Hunter, of the department of so-
ciology, will deliver a symposium
on "Research in the Adjustment
of Older People," at 4 p.m. tomor-
row in the East Conference Room
of the Rackhamn Bldg.

REAL HOMECOMING:
Edward F. Parker, Union's
FirstPresident, Visits Here
In the midst of the proverbial likewise minded," Parker said 'es-
"swarming humanity" which filled terday. "We had big ideas right
the Union yesterday was Edward off the bat. We realized it would
F. Parker, '04, '06 L.D., first presi- take a long time, but we kept
it up." The resultant Union build-
dent of the Michigan Union or- ing and organization is just what
ganization, the founders hoped it to be.
While an undergraduate. Park- No Precedents
er realized that with the steady The men had no precedent from
growth of the University, per- which to draw ideas, as there were
sonal contact between students, only a few small unions in this
faculty and alumni was dying out. country. However, in their meet-
ding held in classrooms under fac-
Ho saw the need for a general ulty sponsorship, the group laid
imeeting place as the center for laid out the plans for the Union
campus activities. as it is today.
With Dib Blain, president of the After Parker graduated, Michi-
'04 class, Parker persuaded Mich- gauma worked with Dean Henry
igauma and several faculty mem- Bates and Homer Heath, the ac-
bers to back a drive for a student tual founders of the Union, till
iunion building. '
unin uidig.enough money and cooperation
Parker Elected President were evoked from students and
The newly-formed organization alumni to build the Michigan Un-
elected Parker its president, and ion.

YWCA Job
Interviewer
Will BeHere
Miss Olive H. Walser from the
New York office of the YWCA will
be at the Bureau of Appointments.
201 Mason Hall, this Wednesday
and Thursday to interview women
graduates interested in YWCA
positions in the central states.
. Miss Walser is interested chiefly
in February graduates, although
anyone who would like to know
more of the opportunities in this
field may make an appointment
for an interview.
Positions will be, for the most
part, either in health education or
in group work. There are approxi-
mately 36 openings in these fields
for directors and from 50 to 75 for
assistants.
Girls are needed with a general
educational background or train-
ing in physical education. Experi-
ence in working with groups either
in the community or camps is re-
quired.

BRINGS $13,218 AT AUCTION-Mistery, grand champion steer
of the Aimerican Royal Livestock Show, was auctioned for $11.50
a pound-second highest bid in Royal history-and brought his
owner, 19-yrar old Ronald Paasch (left) of Walnut, Ia., a total of
$13,218.68. Allen Estherton (center), president of the American
Meat Compa.ay, was the successful bidder. At right is Al Brand-
meyer, vice-president of the Kansas City meat concern.

proceeded to hold a County Fair
( the forerunner of the present
Michigras) and originated the Un-
ion Opera to stimulate interest
and raise money for the building
of the Union.
"Like all ideas which may affect
a large body of men, we had to
have the cooperation of other en

SERVING HOURS:
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"Known for Good Food"
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CAFETERIA
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Mail Orders

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Eversharp pencil, varsity night.
Row 12, Hill Auditor'ium. Call 2-2620,
after 5. Reward. )22
LOST: Single strand pearls, knotted
separately. Friday nigh-t. Really great
sentimental value. Cash reward. Call
367 Jordan Hall if you have them-
please!?)5
BROWN BRIEF case containing books
in Michigan Union last Tuesday. Re-
ward. Phone 5093. Robert Pagenkopf.
)42
LOST-Defender watch. Sweep-second
hand in Union Friday. Liberal Re-
ward. 24471, room 3059. )52
BLUE AND GOLD Eversharp ball point
pen. Between Mary Lee and E. Uni-
versity. Call 21146. )91
I HAVEN'T GIVEN up all hope of
finding my Alpha Xi Delta pin. Lost
in Rackham. Reward. Call Mary Ann
Harris. 25570. )46
LOST: Blue grey shell-rimmed glasses.
On or near campus. Please phone
2-1600. )80
LOST-Exposure meter in brown leath-
er case. Reward. Return to Emma
Duffett. Call Ypsilanti 9265. )18
LOST-Slide rule. Name Bill Cooper
on cover and rule. Reward. Contact
him at 1389 Hanover Ct. Williow Run.
)73
LOST-One brown billfold containing
football tickets, Sec. 33, Row 59, Seat
23; Varsity Night ticket; frat. re-
ceipts; Maine license; snapshots; ID
card; Union card. Generous reward.
Contact Lawrence Clement, 244 Hins-
dale, E. Quad. Tel. 2-4591. )55
LOST: Jeweled Kappa Sigma fraternity
pin. Pittsburgh football weekend, in-
itials J.H.M. Reward. Call 8612. )11

HELP WANTED

DANCE BAND; social chairmen, the
Uptown Six, is now available for
dancing engagements. Call H. Jack-
son. 23189. )76
BY ESTABLISHED tradition we do all
types of sewing, alterations, formal
restyling. Hildegarde Sewing Shop.
116 E. Huron. Phone 24669. )29
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store.
For service call A. A. 2-0298. W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES now do-
ing business in its new location. Serv-
ice on all makes. Reasonable prices.
207 W. Liberty. Phone 2-1748. )6

BUSINESS SERVICES

TVERBECK BOOKSTORE
TH E LAW BOOK STORE

1216 South University

Phone 4436

YOUNG MAN or woman: Do you have
3-4 hours a day to spare? Consider
this opportunity if you are looking
for means to help with school funds.
Represent Avon in Ann Arbor. Cos-
metics, Christmas gifts, men's toilet-
ries nationally advertised. Big de-
mand. Easy to sell. We train you.
Find out for yourself what others
are earning. For details write Box
21. ) 90
CHOOSE a position in the telephone
company friendly employment. Ad-
visors will be glad to talk it over
with you. Apply employment office,
2nd floor, 321 E. Washington. )14
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in selling
Ann Arbor advertising part time to
supplement income, call Town Crier,
Ypsi 3080. Mr. Beck. )53
BOY FOR SERVING and dishwashing
in private home in return for 2
meals daily and room with private
bath. Call 7380, after 7 p.m. )62

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MISCELLANEOUS
I HAVE two Fred Waring tickets for
Friday night. Would like to ex-
change for Saturday night. Tom
Grier. Call 4707 at noon. )81
PERSONAL
JACK AYERS: Please call Mrs. Miller
at the Civic Theatre. Urgent! )62
WANTED TO RENT
GETTING MARRIED at Christmas -
will need apartment. Willing to re-
serve or rent now. Near campus if
possible. Call Raymond 12-1, -tel.
9177. )12
FOR RENT
ROOM. 819 Dewey. $7.00.
ROOM for medical student near cam-
pus. Call 20421. )79
WANTED
WANTED: Three riders to Illinois game.
Leaving Friday afternoon. Call Ken
Randle. 7624. ) 77
ONE or two tickets to Illinois game.
Call Walt Bauer. 22565, mealtimes or
22462, evenings. )86
4 PASSENGERS to Illinois game via
Chicago. Leave Friday afternoon, re-
turn Sunday. Call 27871. )72
FOR SALE
MEN'S USED clothing bought and sold
at Sam's store, 122 E. Washington.
)50
LADY'S golf clubs and bag, 2 pairs 71
ft. skis, 3 extra large drawing boards,
bedlamp, magazine rack, typing table.
Sturdy old furniture, dining room,
beds, very good upright piano, good
living rooh and bedroom suites. 914
Woodlawn. Phone 5461. )47
FOR SALE-1940 Packard conv. 5-pass.
Motor overhauled. Good condition
throughout. Radio, heater, $950. Cash
or $325 down. Phone 9840. )1
CONN" E flat alto silver saxophone.
Standard case and two mouthpieces.
Excellent condition $125 cash. Call
Bev. Hawes, 25570. )63
TYPEWRITER-Corona portable. Excel-
lent condition. Best offer! Portable
self-charging plug-in radio. Perfect
condition. $30. 2-8250 or come to 1113
Packard. )22
WHIZZER motor bike. New, save! Light
and generator. Basket. Best offer!
2-8250 or come to 1113 Packard. )47
FOR SALE-irze 39 Tuxedo. Practically
new. $30 or trade for size 42. Bob,
2-1528. )26
WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS - All
standard sizes. 4 for $9.00. Striped pa-
jamas, 3 for $10.00. Excellent quality.
Sorry, no smaller quantities at these
low prices. Call Arnold. 8768. )92
TAILS-Chesterfield, size 38, perfect
condition. Will sell separately. Call
8995. )8
HOUSE TRAILER 27 foot, 3-room, de-
luxe tandem. Bottle gas, oil heat, easy
chair, studio couch, inner spring bed.
venetian blinds, drapes, 1000 S. Main.
Evenings and weekends. )10
UNDERWOOD STANDARD. 1941 type-
writer. Highest bid 3 days. Call Ken
Bernard, c-o Campus Cal), 4545. 8-9
p.m. ) 45

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WELCOMES YOU
FOR
HOMECOMING!
Plan to dine with us
while you are in Alnn Arbor.
SSTEflKS
SEfiFOOD
POULTRY
Z4hiureJnn otre
126 EAsT HuRON Phone 4241

CHICAUO SYMPHONY
Sunday, Oct. 26, 7 P.M.
DANIEL ERICOURT, Pianist
TuesdAx Nov. 4
CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
Sunday, Nov. 9, 7P.M.
SET SVANHOLM, Tenor
Friday, Nov. 14
WESTMINSTER CHOIR
Monday, Nov. 24
DON COSSACK CHORUS
Tuesday, Dec. 2
BOSTON SYMPHONY
Monday, Dec. 8
MESSIAH (Handel)
S .t.,& Sun., Dec. 13-14
MYRA HESS, Pianist
Saturday, Jan. 10
PAGANINI QUARTET
Fri. & Sat., Jan. 16-17
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY
Sunday, Feb. 15, 7 P.M.
DETROIT SYMPHONY
Monday, Feb. 23
GEORGES ENESCO, Violinist
Tuesday, March 2
BRAILOWSKY, Pianist
Wednesday, March 10
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY
Thursday, March 18
TICKETS at University Musi-
cal Soeiety, Burton Memorial
Tower.

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WILL PERSON who found my glasses WANTED: Part or full time stockboy;
in their bike basket Sunday after- must have afternoons and Satur-
noon please return them to Shreve, days free. Van Boven, Inc., 326 S.
548 S. State. )36 State. )58
GOD'EATS LEF10"T
F REDW A R1I NG
Fri., Oct. 31 Sat., Nov. 1
I Daily 11-12; 2-5
at
Hill Auditorium Box Office
Give NowTo Your Community Fund

TODAY!

AT NATIONAL
MICHIGA ATPRICES

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NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS!!
The producers of these pictures have set the admission price to be charged and it
is a fixed national policy. There are only a few of these advanced price pictures. For
several months we refused to play them, due to this admission price requirement.
Now we have decided to play them so that any of our patrons who wish to see the '
film may do so without leaving Ann Arbor.

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LATE '45 Cushman motor scooter, side-
kar, windshield; recently overhauled;
economical and fast transportation.
Box 20, Daily. )19
CANARIES, certified singers, $10 up.
Parakeets, finches, bird supplies,
cages. 562 South 7th near Madison.
) 40
TABLECLOTHS, aprons, bridge table
covers, colorful patterns in dirt-proof
plastic. Ideal for gifts. 2-4270, eve-
nings. )38
BRAND NEW Millen transmitter-ex-
citer with tubes, and National FBXA
short-ware receiver. Sell or trade for
35mm. camera. Fred Remley, 202
Michigan House. 2-4401. )21

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