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IT'S PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE:
'U' Lawyers To Hold Mock Trial

Budding barristers at the law
school will try their hand at a
case based on a movie in Practice
Court on Thursday and Friday.
The case is a suit for $10,000
in damages filed by a pedestrian
for injuries allegedly received
when he was struck by an auto-
mobile. In reality the accident was
staged by University speech stu-
dents last March, and filmed by
the Law School for use at prac-
tice trials.
THE CAREFULLY planned ac-
cident had all the marks of au-
thenticity. The blanket-covered
body of the unfortunate victim
was photographed for The Daily,,
police arrived on the scene, and

excited spectators watched with
amazement.
The movies taken at that
time show the accident through
the eyes of the g~river, pedes-
trian, and witnesses.
The student lawyers have not
seen the movie at all, but gained
their information by questioning
the principals and witnesses in the
case.
THE PRACTICE TRIAL will
begin at 3:15 Thursday afternoon,
with a second session beginning
at the same time on Friday in the
Practice Courtroom at Hutchins
Hall.
Prof. Charles W. Joiner of the
Law School will serve as judge,

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and jurors will be students and
others selected by the political
science department. The case
will be argued as though pre-
sented in the Federal District
Court of the eastern district of
Michigan.
Counsel for the plaintiff are
Keith L. Newman and Ralph E.
Hunt, while William W. Slocum
and Paul R. O'Hara will repre-
sent the defendant.
Campus
SCalendar.
EVENTS TODAY
Community Chest Program--
11:15 a.m., station WPAG, "Hope
for Millions," dealing with meth-
ods in the care and treatment of
cancer.
A.S.M.E. Field Trips-Tour of
Kaiser-Frazer plant, leaving at 1
p.m. infront of East Engineering
Building.
EVENTS TOMORROW
Young Democrats - 7:30 p.m.,
Michigan League. Speaker: Mrs.
Margaret Price, vice-chairman of
county Democratic Committee.
A.S.A.E. - Open meeting, 7:30
p.m., Michigan Union. Speaker:
Prof:N. Clayton Hill, who will dis-
cuss the engineer in personnel
management.
Williams Inaugural Ball
Tickets for governor-elect G.
Mennen Williams' Inaugural Ball,
Ato be held Jan. 1 in Lansing, may
be reserved tomorrow by calling
Harry Allbrecht, Young Demo-
crats president, at 4145.
Allbrecht has issued an invita-
tion to all Democratic Party sup-
porters to attend. Tickets are
priced at $3 per person.
Long Fight
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Even as
far back as the 1700's, the Ameri-
can labor movement fought and
strongly opposed imprisonment
for debt, favored free schools,
equal rights for women, a ten-hour
day and other advancements they
now have won.

Relief Worker
To Speak on.
Aid forChina
Five months doing relief work
in Communist-held Chinese terri-
tory provide Dr. Lewis Hoskins
with background for his talk at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Lane Hall.
Sponsored by the Ann Arbor
Friends meeting and the Student
Religious association, Dr. Hoskins
will speak on "Reconstruction
Work on Two Fronts in China."
Now touring the United States,
he has worked in both Nationalist
and Communist China with the
American Friends Service Com-
mittee. ,
After serving as chairman of
the Shanghai ambulance unit, Dr.
Hoskins worked behind Commu-
nist lines aiding civilian and mili-
tary personnel of both sides.
Dr. Hoskins will be a guest at
the International Center tea and.
guest speaker at the Congrega-,
tional Disciples Guild meeting
Thursday. He will be a guest from
4:30 to 6:00 Friday at the SRA
Coffee Hour.
OPEN every day
till 8:00 P.M.
Starting Friday, Dec. 10
L. G. BALFOUR Co.
1319 S. University Phone 9533
State Drug Co.
State and Packard
ICE CREAM - LUNCHES
DRUGS

Students will have to look in
new places for the University's
scattered administrative depart-
ments next week and after Christ-
mas.
The exodus of the Office of the
Dean of Women on Dec. 10 will
mark the first of a series of mov-
ing days that will fill - the first
three floors of the new Adminis-
tration Building, according to
vice-president Robert P. Briggs.
* * *
BUILDINGS to be partially va-
cated include University Hall and
its two wings, Haven Hall, Angll
Hall and Barbour Gymnasium.
The office of the business
manager of residence halls will
move from South Wing either
Friday or Saturday.
The Registrar's office has a
moving date Dec. 13, and two days
later the Office of Student Affairs
is expected to be settled in its
new quarters. Completion of the
first floor occupation will be Dec.
17 when the Cashier's office moves
in.
* * *
BRIGGS urged students, fac-

ulty and others who might have
business with any of these offices
to plan to see them before or af-
ter they have moved, but not on
moving day.
Over the vacation the second
and third floors will be occu-
pied. Beginning the week of
Dec. 20 one of the major moves
will be that of the Business Of-
fice from University Hall and
South Wing to second and third
floor quarters in the new build-
ing.
President Alexander G. Ruth-
ven, Assistant to the President
Frank Robbins and other Univer-
sity officials will move into their
new quarters at the end of the
month or shortly after Jan. 1.
Work is not yet complete on
the fourth and fifth floors and
moving for their future occupants
won't come until early in Feb-
ruary.

CHANGE OF ADDRESS:
'U' Administrative Offices
Moving to New Home Soon

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U.S. MARINES ON MARCH IN TSINGTAO-Soon after their
arrival in Tsingtao, China, U.S. Marine reinforcements march
on the outskirts of that city to keep in shape for guarding
American property and lives. The reinforcements were sent to
Tsingtao from American bases in the Pacific late in November.
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For 'Mess h' Presentations

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The University's Christmas
season will be ushered in with
"Messiah" at 8:30 p.m. Saturday
and 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Hill Au-
ditorium.
This annual production of Han-
del's monumental Christmas ora-
torio has become a tradition at
the University.
THE 300 VOICES of the Uni-
versity Choral Union, under the
direction of Lester McCoy, con-
ductor, will provide the choral
background for the performance.
The University Musical So-
city Orchestra consisting of
sixty students, instructors and
townspeople will handle the
orchestra accompaniment, while

the following rour world-re-
nowned singers will be heard in
the solo parts.
Tickets for the cantata per-
formances are available in lim-
ited numbers in University Musi-
cal Society offices in Burton Me-
morial Tower.
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