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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1951

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-Daily-Al Reid
MAKING A POINT.. . Ken Stevens, '53L, argues a case before Bill Saxton, '52L, (left) senior judge, and Edmond DeVine, Assistant
Prosecuting Attorney of Washtenaw County (center), and Joe Stevenson, '52L, associate judges, in one of the opening Case Club trials

this past week.

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Case Clubs Begin Twenty-fifth Year

By TOM ARP
This past week almost 85% of
the law students began calling a
handful of seniors and juniors
"your honor."
The occasion was the opening
of the Law School Case Clubs'
twenty-fifth consecutive year of
activities on campus.
THE SIXTEEN clubs are com-
pletely student run, and operate
on a voluntary basis. They give
the participating men experience
in arguing cases before appellate
courts, and provide practical val-
ues which can't be offered by the
regular Law School curriculum.
When a student has joined
t h e organization, he either
chooses or is assigned to one
of the clubs. He is paired with

another member and they are
presented with a problem case.
The cases are drawn up by fac-
ulty members, and are arranged
in the form of the record of a
lower court. All the data is given
to the opposing pair of "lawyers,"
who must study the particular law
involved and submit written ar-
guments, and briefs to the judges
and rival teams.
* * *
TWO SENIORS and a faculty
member act as judges in cases in-
volving juniors, and two juniors
and a senior try freshman cases.
After both sides have sub-
mitted their briefs, the trial is
held.
The judges then retire to make
their decisions, which are in the
form of points awarded to the

two teams whose members have
taken part in the trial. One point
is awarded for the best brief sub-
mitted, one for the most convinc-
ing oral argument, and one for
the highest point score. In the
event of a tie, one and a half
points are given to each side.
* * *
AT THE END of the year, the
two top men in each of the 16
clubs enter the Campbell Compe-
titions, and the four winners of
the contest go into the finals.
This is the high point of the
year when the finalists argue be-
fore a panel of distinguished jur-
ists. Last year Gov. G. Mennen
Williams was included in the
panel.
The cases selected for use by
the clubs range "all the way from
sex to Communism," according to
Bob Deane, '52L, Chief Justice of
the Case Clubs. They are geared
to be just one jump ahead of the
courses which the students are
taking so that they will not have
any previous knowledge about the
laws.
At 7:30 p.m. tomorrow the clubs
will present an open trial at the
Union to demonstrate their pro-
cedure to the public. The case to
be tried involves a decision that
a father is guilty of manslaughter
for not providing medical care for
his child..

MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
TRe Knight of the Burning Pestle
Performances Nightly Except Monday through Nov. 25
ARTS THEATRE CLUB
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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the
University. Notices should be sent
in TYPEWRITTEN form to Room
2552 Administration Building before
3 p.m. the day preceding publication
(11 a.m. on Saturday).
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1951
VOL. LXIV, NO. 48
Notices
Open House, President's Residence:
Members of the faculties and staff of
the University and townspeople are in-
vited by President and Mrs. Harlan
Hatcher to an Open House at the Presi-
dent's Residence, 815 S. University Ave-
nue, this afternoon and evening from 3
to 6 and 8 to 10 o'clock.
Inauguration of President Hatcher, 3
p.m., Tues., Nov. 27, Hill Auditorium.
The University cordially invites both
the general public and the student body
to attend this ceremony, up to the
capacity of. Hill Auditorium. Tickets of
admission will be available for distri-
bution at the Information Desk, first
floor lobby of the Administration Build-
ing, from Tues., Nov. 20. 1,000 have
been specially reserved for university
students. Those who attended are re-
quested to be seated before 2:45 p.m.
The doors of the Auditorium will be
open at 2 p.m.
Members of the faculty are invited to
join the aacdemic procession, assemb-
ling in Rooms 2054 and 2082 Natural
Science Building at 2:15 p.m. Academic
costumes will be worn.
Members of the faculty and others
who are acting as delegates of educa-
tional institutions and societies should
register Tuesday morning, Nov. 27, at
the Inauguration Committee's desk in
the Michigan Union lobby.
While University offices will not be
officially closed on the afternoon of

Chorus Will
Appear Here
Tomorrow
Third in the Extra Concert Ser-
ies, the de Paur Infantry Chorus,
conducted by Leonard de Paur,
will appear at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
in Hill Auditorium.
Included in their program will
be contemporary songs, folk songs
from Latin America, songs from
World War II, and spirituals. The
chorus will sing a total of sixteen
songs.
* * *
THIS UNIQUE chorus was. the
first important musical attraction
to come from the last war. Origi-
nated in 1942 by the men of the
372nd Infantry stationed at Fort
Dix, New Jersey, the chorus made
a succession of appearances to sti-
mulate war bond sales.
This led the Army to set up
the chorus as a mobile unit to
entertain other troops, and dur-
ing the next three years the
chorus sang for American armed
forces all over the world,
When the war ended in the Pa-
cific the singers came back to the
United States en route to Europe
to sing for the occupation forces
At present they are on their fourth
big civilian concert tour.
CONDUCTOR OF the chorus,
Leonard de Paur joined the army
as a private and rose to the rank
of a captain. Born in Summit, N.
J., he studied at Columbia Univer-
sity and at the Institute of Musi-
cal Art.
Tickets for the concert may be
obtained at the University Musical
Society or at the Hill Auditorium
box office.
Nov. 27, members of the non-academic
staff whose duties will permit will be
excused at 2 p.m. to attend the in-
auguration.
The University community and the
public in general are invited to attend
the reception for Dr. and Mrs. Hatcher
which will take place at the Michigan
League immediately after the inaugu-
ration ceremonies. Please use the door
at the extreme north end of the build-
ing.
Department of State and United Na-
tions Internships.
Students interested in applying for
Department of State and United Na-
tions internships should contact Prof.
Russell H. Fifield of the Department of
Political Science, on Fri., Nov. 23, 4
p.m., and on Tues., Nov. 27 at 5 p.m.,
2031 Angell Hall. Candidates are re-
minded that in order to be considered
they should have already passed the
Junior Management Assistant examina-
tion on Sat., Dec. 8.
Automobile Regulations will be lifted
from Wednesday noon, Nov, 21, to 9
a.m., Fri., Nov. 23.
Employment Interviews:
Mr. F. W. Powers of Pratt and Whit-
ney Aircraft, East Hartford, Conn., will
interview February graduates f r o m
Aeronautical, Mechanical, Electrical,
Chemical Engineering and Physics stu-
dents in the Aeronautical Engineering
Department on Tues., Nov. 20. Sign
schedule on the Aero. bulletin board
opposite room 1079 East Engineering
Building.
Personnel Interviews:
Mon., Nov. 19, and Tues., Nov. 20, a
representative of the Michigan Bell
Telephone Company will be interview-
ing February graduates of Business Ad-
ministration and Literature for their
Executive Training Program. There will
also be a representative interviewing
senior women and girls who are leaving
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