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THEMICHIGANDAILY

Freshman Rally Monday
To Usher in Tug Week

7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the same
place.
Similar programs for both ral-
lies have been planned under the
direction of Chuck Murray, '51.
Bill Osterman, '50, will be the mas-
ter of ceremonies.
* * *
SEVERAL SKITS portraying
phases of campus life, songs by the
Vaughn House trio and speeches
by Dave Lake and a class, repre-
sentative will be included in the
program.
The highlight of Tug Week
will be the three tugs-of-war
across the Huron Iiver at 4:30
p. m., Oct. 13.
The class winning two of the
three "wars" will be declared win-
ner and will receive free ice
cream donated by a local restau-
rant.
* * *
A TRUCK will be on hand to
convey the losers to warmer quart-
ters after their "swim" in the
Huron river. Their consolation
prize will be free coffee provided
by the same restaurant.
On Friday night the sopho-
mores will stage a musical com-
edy, "Soph Satire" under the di-
rection of Adele Hager, '51.
The Sophomores boast of "ori-
ginal music, a clever skit, and
outstanding talent" in their pro-
duction.
AN ALL-CAMPUS "Hard Times
Dance" on Saturday night at the
League will conclude the week's
activities. The pass word for the
dance is "dress in as dilapidated
a costume as you can find."
Tug Week is sponsored by the
Student Legislature, under the
over-all direction of Bill Gripman,
'50E. It is an effort to revive
school spirit and bring back the
"good old rah-rah traditions," so
prevalent in pre-war days.

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CLOSE CALIL-Chet Derby flies his smoke-traili ig plane through the air barely missing a B-29.
Derby was taking part in an aerobatic exhibition at the air show at Oakland, Calif., Oct. 2. This
unscheduled event occurred when a flight of low-flying Air Force B-29s passed over the field. Derby,
flying upside down and unable to see what was above, carne within five feet of colliding with
the huge plane. This outstanding picture was made by Oakland Tribune Photographer Bill Crouch.

Organization Completed for
Annual 'U' Law Case Clubs

NOW AVAILABLE!
Beethoven: "Symphony (No. 3)
Eroica" - MENGELBERG
on LONG-PLAYING record
Cap-Tel. P8002 ... $4.85
The MUSIC CENTER
300 South Thayer

Organization of the Law School1
Case Clubs has been completed,;
according to Gordon Boozer, Case
Clubs President.t
The first cases are scheduled
for 4.15 p. m., October 21 at
Hutchins Hall. Boozer stated that
all university students are in-
vited to attend the court proceed-'
ings.
Fabric Talks
To Be Given
Five lectures on upholstered
fabrics are being given by out-
standing executives of the uphol-
ste 7 industry at the University.
The lectures are part of the fur-
niture course sponsored by the Na-
tional Association of Furniture
Manufacturers.
The latest developments in the
manufacture, selection and mar-
keting of upholstered fabrics will
be presented to students preparing
to enter the furniture manufac-
turing industry, according to
Charles Conley, chairman of the
Association's training committee.

ASSOCIATED with the Law
School, but student operated, the
Case Clubs provide an excellent
opportunity for law students to
gain experience in case prepara-
tion and court procedures.
There are eight Freshman and
five Junior Case Clubs all
named after famous American
and English jurists.j
Briefs are submitted by par-
ticipating students after consid-
eration of hypothetical fact situ-
ations prepared by the faculty.
ORAL ARGUMENTS are then
held in the presence of judges.
Two law school seniors pre-
side over the Freshman cases
while two seniors and a faculty
member act as judges in the
Junior cases.
Decisions rendered are based
upon interpretation of the laws
involved, the best briefs submitted
and the best oral arguments.
SIXTEEN WINNERS are select-
ed for the finals in the Freshman
cases, four of whom are ultimate
winners of the Overbeck Award.
Today's
Pro grams
COMEDY-8 p.m. - "The Henry
Morgan Show-WWJ.
9:30 p.m. - "Breakfast with
Burrows"-(he gets up late)
-WJR.
9:30 p.m.-"Jimmy Durante
Show"-WWJ.
TELEVISION-9 p.m. "Ford The-
atre" "Twentieth Century"
with Frederick March, Lilli
Palmer-CBS-TV.
10 p.m. "Peoples Platform":
How Can We Best Maintain
Prosperity" Hubert H. Hum-
phrey of Minnesota, William
Jenner of Indiana-CBS-TV.
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