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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I1ThTAY,:''APUTE 29, 1151

' SEAT LQLFT:
Governor To Be Judge
)n Case Court Bench

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G. Mennen Williams has
ed an invitation to be a{
r of the "court" which will
he final trial of the Case
ompetition, it was announc-

ly
be

Williams' acceptance
one position on the
filled.

EF JUDGE Orie Phillips, of
,rt of Appeals for the 10th
in Denver; Chief Judge Ar-
ederle, of the! Federal Dis-
ourt for the Michigan East-
vision, and Dean E. Blythe
loclosp hy
Wa To
in Soon
nterdepartmental research
on language and symbo-
ponsored by the philosophy
nent, will get under way
ext fall,
ns for the project-which
d a $70,000 shot in the arm
31 from the Rockefeller
ition-are now being made,
ing to Prof. Charles Steven-
the philosophy department.
department, Prof. Steven-
plained, initiated the idea
project in the hope of co-
ing the efforts of other de-
nts interested in language
mbolism, such as the Eng-
ciology, and psychology de-
mts.
project was also designed
ak down barriers between
'ferent departments and to
e for an interchange of In-
ion pertinent to the study,"
:inued.
Stevenson added members
project hope to conclude
esearch with a joint publi-
a synopsis of their discov-
or five instructors at other
sities have been invited to
n this project.
r'al graduate students, not
rily from this University,
invited to join in the re-

Stason, of the Law Senool, have
agreed to be judges.
The trial will take place at 3
p.m. Wednesday in Rm. 100 of
the school.
The hypothetical case involves
the validity of the McCarran In-
ternal Security Law.
* * *
FRANCIS PRUSS, '52L, and
James Huston, '52L, of the Cooley
Club, will oppose Robert Deane,
'52L, and Thomas Allen, '52L, of
the Day Club, in the climax of the
year's Case Club activities.
Following the trial, which is
open to the public, the finalists
will be feted at a banquet in the
Union. Then the winners will be
announced and prizes will be
awarded.
The principal Case Club prize
is a $100 award to the winning
counsel. This is awarded by the
Henry Campbell fund, which es-
tablished the Case Club competi-
tion. Other awards will be given
to quarter- and semi-finalists by
the Barristers, four legal societies
and local book stores.
Exhibit Talk
o .BeGiven
A gallery talk on the Medieval
Indian Sculpture Exhibition cur-
rently being shown at the Museum
of Art in Alumni Memorial Hall
will be given by Prof. James Plum-
er of the fine arts department at
3:30 p.m. today.
Photographs of three famous
sites are pictured and are the, work
of Raymond Burnier, honorary of-
ficer on special duty with the Ar-
chaeology Department of the gov-
ernment of India,
LOW COST SEMINARS
For students during July and August
under the auspices of the inter-
University Jewish Federation of Great
Britain and Ireland, and the French
'Union of Jewish students.
For Information, Write:
hwish Educational Travel Organhation
OS West 45th Street, New York 19, N. Y.

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R O U C H A N D T U M B L E P E T --. Jess Jones, of Scott's Valley, Cal., gives a piggy-back
ride to his mountain lion pet, Big Tom. Jones has two other lions, raised from infancy.

S H IP U N D E R C OE S STRETCH IN G -Iron oreship Philip D. Block lies In South
Chicago drydock 'during 72-foot lengthening process amidships to inctease its carrying capaity

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FRANCE'S G L O R I E S. M.Donnadieu readies for an
exhibition in Paris the hat Napoleon wore a4 Waterloo, sword used
at the Corsican's coronation and a contemporary portrait.

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MOTHEOR'S DY
Sunday, May 13th
W Nylon Hose
J Handlkerchiefs
o Leather Purses
Pique ani Linen Blouses
Y'Gowns - Slips
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FOR YOU! - SELECT NOWI
BLANCETT'S

BLISSFUL MOMENT-
Sharon Geary, of Long Beach,
Cal., is a tired but happy girl
after winning women's 100
meter free style swim in Pan
American-games at Buenos Aires.

H E L P I N G N'A T U R E H E L P i T S O W N -This pattern of "tents" sheltering young
tomato- plants dots acreage near Visalia, Cal., in Central Valley Reclamation project

PURSUE UNIQUE HOBBY --Colonel and Mrs.
E. G. Akin examine a bell of their large collection at Arlington,
Val The bells date from the present day to tie ancient Mayas.

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TOP ECHELON-Lieut.
Gen. Lauris Norstad (above), 44,
of Minneapolis, is commander-
in-chief of the strategically-im-
portant United States Air Forces
in Europe.

TRI B U T E T O B A C C H U S - Eliana Schneider, Olga Correa and Car hen Valderrams
show grapes they picked, at the annual "Grape Fiesta" in Curico, center of Chilean wine Idustry

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ENCOURAGiN.G A BEGINNER_-.w. Henry
Osborne, American Airlines pilot and model plane builder, ex-
plains "workings" to 9-year-old Edwin Stuart at Melrose, Mass:

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