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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1952

RECEIVES CAMPBELL. AWARD:
Champlin Club Wins Case Club Finals.

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By LARRY SUKENIC
Alfred W. Blumrosen, '53L, and
Albert L. Feldman, '53L, of the
Champlin Club won the 27th an-
nual Henry M. Campbell compe-
tition yesterday in the climax of
this year's Case Club activities.
Arguing against Blumrosen and
Feldman were Hyman Berman,
'53L, and Alan R. Kidston, '53L,
representing the Woodward Club.
THE HYPOTHETICAL case ar-
gued before 'The Supreme Court
of the State of Campbell' centered
around questions arising under the
Defense Production Act and the
Taft-Hartley Law in conjunction
with labor-management disputes.
The case was heard Before a
distinguished 'court' of jurists
with the Honorarble Charles C.
Simons, Chief Judge of the
United States Court of Appeals
for the Sixth Circuit acting as
Chief Justice.
He was assited by four associ-
ate" Judges: The Honorable John
R. Dethmers, Justice of the Su-
preme Court of Michigan; The
Honorable Thomas P. Thorton,
Judge of the United States Dis-
trict of Michigan; Lester P. Dodd,
President of the State Bar of
Michigan, and E. Blythe Stason,
Dean of the Law School.
The arguments yesterday cli-
maxed competition that began two
years ago between the 16 Case
Clubs of the Law School. Elimina-
tion trials between the clubs has
reduced the contestants to the
representatives of the Champlin
and Woodward Clubs.
THE WINNING TEAM was an-
nounced yesterday evening at the
Annual Case Club banquet at
which time Feldman and Blumros-
en of the Champlin Club were each
presented with a $f00 cash prize
from the Henry M. Campbell En-
dowment Fund. The runers-up,
Berman and Kidston of the Wood-
ward Club each received $50 cash
prizes.
Cash prizes of $25 and $12.50
were also awarded to the semi-
finalists and the quarter-finalists.
Fountain Pensi
t School Supplies

Tuition Hike
Set for-Fall
Semester,
(Continued from page 1)
is pending at Michigan State
College.
With the tuition increase. Uni-
versity officials expected to have
adequate funds available for the
operation of the schools and col-
leges, plus an increased scholar-
ship program to deal with hard-
ship cases arising out of the fee
hike and boosted allotments to
the Union, League, Alumni Asso-
ciation and Board in Control of
Intercollegiate Athletics.
The Union got the biggest boost
from the new tuition schedule,
with the yearly allotment from
each male student's fees increased
from $7.50 to $12.00.
Union officials declared the
money would be put into the build-
ing fund for the long-anticipated
new wing, adding that the increase
is necessary if the addition is to
to be constructed before an ex-
pected influx of new students in
1960.
The League annual allotment
from each woman's tuition was
raised from $14 to $15. This is
used to support the League activi-
ties.
The Board in Control of Inter-
collegiate Athletics will get a $10
chunk from students' tuition, a
$3 raise over the present allot-
ment. This is needed to provide
funds for the construction of the
proposed new women's swimming
pool, University officials explained.
In further defense of the boost,
Niehuss pointed out that operating
costs have tripled since 1939, with
the State Legislature absorbing the
lion's share of this increase.
Michigras Bills
All purchase receipts from ma-
terials bought for Michigras
booths must be turned in today
to Mark Oscherwitz, '53, at the
Union for rebates, according to
the Booths Committee.

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HELP WANTED
GIRL for part-time work. U & M
Cleaners. 1306 So. Uni. )38H
TWO YOUNG WOMEN under 40 years
of age for office work. Must furnish
own transportation and plan to work
two or three years as a minimum.
The first position is for dispatcher
and work consists of answering tele-
phone and sending out orders. The
other position is operating the post-
ing machine and this can be by the
hour, and take 30-40 hours a week.
For interview call Killins Gravel Com-
pany. Phone 2-2515. )33H
SALESLADY -Fulltime and afternoon
work available. Top salary to right
party. Pleasant working conditions,
air-conditioned shop. Randell's, 306
S. State. )31H
WANTED-Man age twenty or over to
instruct in riding in Wisconsin boys'
camp, July 1st to August 25th. Also
sailing counselor. Reply to Dr. Don
C. Broadbridge, 42 Edgemere Rd.
Grosse Pointe, Michigan. )34H

. HELP WANTED
SUMMER CAMP WORK available at
Girl Scout Camp, Cedar Lake, near
Chelsea, Mich. Persons inter. in
working as assistant on water front,
handiman, or unit counselors, apply
at Ann Arbor Girl Scout Office, 330
S. State, or call for appt. 2-4534. )35H
YOUNG LADY for part time work at
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340 So. State, Ph. 2-0534. )39H
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We have Exceptional Openings for
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-Daily-Don Campbell
HEARING THE FINAL arguments in the Henry M. Campbell Case Club Competition are presiding
Chief Justice Charles C. Simons and Associate Judges Lester P. Dodd, President of the State Bar of
Michigan, and The Honorable Thomas P. Thorton, Judge of the United States District Court for the
Eastern District of Michigan. The Honorable John R. Dethmers, Justice of the Supreme Court of
Michigan, and E. Blyth Stason, Dean of the Law School also acted as Associate Judges.
'U' Co-op Houses Initiate Two Africa Future
Thrift Measures This Year To Be Debated

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By JERRY HELMAN
Unive.rsity co-operative houses,
grouped around the Inter-Coop-
erative Council, have instituted
two important advances this year,
the twentieth of their existence.
Properties held by the council
have been completely refinanced
from land contracts to mortgages
and a full time executive secretary
has been hired.
* * *
REFINANCING was undertaken
in order to insure lower monthly
payments and interest rates, thus
carrying out one of the co-ops pri-
mary principles-thrift.
Luther H. Buchele, the exe-
cutive secretary, increases the
organization's efficiency
by working on purchasing and
accounting and integrating the
organization on a full time basis.
Part of the ICC's future plans
include an investigation of the
possibility of purchasing an apart-
ment house for the use of married
members who want to continue
their ICC activities.
s* e
THE ICC itself is a loose organ-
ization composed of the members
of five co-ops-Michigan, Naka-
mura, Owen, Osterwell and Stev-
ens. Most of the work is ac-
complished through committees
under the Board of Directors.
Members are chosen from
among the applicants by the

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houses. This group does all the
planning for house additions and
sees that the work is accomplished.
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CO-OPERATIVES sport several
unusual achievments and prac-
tices. They are probably the most
inexpensive living spots on cam-
pus, providing room and board for
their members at around $10 per
week.
To facilitate this thrift, mem-
bers of the organization must
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A feather in their cap co-opera-
tives are particularly proud of is
the high scholastic rating attain-
ed by their members. As a group
they are always near or at the
top, with the women members last
year posting an average of 2.88,
the highest in University's history.
Dean of Students Erich A. Wal-
ters summed up the essence of
co-ops at a speech at the 1950-51
annual ICC meeting when he said
they have a "spiritual quality all
their own. There is a warmth
within the housing groups without
which they would amount to noth-
ing."
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p.m. today in front of the Ro-
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"The Future of Colonial Africa"
will be the subject of a panel dis-
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in the Union.
Sponsered by the International
Relations Club, the panel will deal
with sudh issues as colonialism
and native African nationalism.
The speakers will be Folahan
Ajayi of Nigeria, Fred Riley of
the United States, and a student
representative from the Common-
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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).
THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1952
VOL. LXII., No. 146
Veterans: Thurs., May 29, 1952, has
been established as the final date for
the procurement of books, supplies, and
equipment using veteran requisitions.
No requisitions will be honored by the
vendor subsequent to this date.
Social Chairmen and Program Chair-
men of student organizations are re-
quested to calendar activities so as to
take place not later than May 21. Final
examinations begin on May 31. The ten
days prior to the beginning of a final
examination period has been designated
as closed to student sponsored activities.
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Undergraduate Students with a mini-
mum of four semesters of study toward
the B.S.E., who are interested in sum-
mer 1952 employment in industry
should inspect the bulletin boards lo-
cated outside 225 and 239 West Engi-
neering Building. Many opportunities
are now available for work during the
summer months.
Summer Employment: Students in-
terested in summer employment will
have an opportunity to examine the
Bureau of Appointments' personnel re-
quests from camps, resorts and indus-
tries, Thursday, 1 to 5 p.m., Room 3=B,
Union. Those students who have not
yet registered for summer employment
may do so at that time.
A representative from the Russell Kel-
ly Office Service organization of Detroit
will be at the Union, Room 3-B, 1 to 5
p.m., Thursday, to interview women
students interested in summer employ-
ment in the Detroit area.
The director of Camp Tyrone, a camp
operated by the Y.W.C.A. of Flint, will
be at the ,Union, Room 3-B, 1 to 5
p.m., Thursday, to interview women
students for the following positions:
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waterfront director, craft counselor, and
general counselors. For appointment
call at room 3528 Administration Build-
ing or telephone University extension
2614.
Personnel Requests: Philadelphia
Quartermaster Depot, U. S. Army, Phil-
adelphia, Pa., has openings for chemists
in their General Testing Laboratories
Division.
West-Michigan Steel Foundry Com-
pany, Muskegon, Mich., has positions
open in its Metallurgical Department
for persons graduating in this field in
June.
The Brooklyn Union Gas Company,
Brooklyn, N.Y., is interested in obtain-
ing college graduates for its training
course.
The Hettrick Manufacturing Company,
Toledo, Ohio, would like to hear from
June graduates who would be interested
in entering the manufacturing field.
Radio Corporation of America, RCA
Victor Division, Indianapolis, Ind., is
looking for Electrical Engineers, inter-
ested in Manufacturing Engineering or
Production supervision.
Carbide vnd Carbon Chemicals Com-
pany, Paducah, Ky., is in need of Mech-
anical, Electrical, Civil, or Chemical En-
gineers.
V-M Corporation, Benton Harbor,
Michigan, would be interested in
hearing from Industrial Engineering
graduates.
Boston Naval Shipyard, Boston, Mass.,
has openings for engineering graduates
in its Planning Department, Electronics
Office, Ordinance Office and Public
Works Department. These positions are
in all options and branches of engineer-
ing.
The Formica Company of Cincinnati,
Ohio, has openings for chemical engi-
neers and time-study men.
Central Diagnostic Laboratory, Wenat-
chee, Wash., would like to hear from
any interested students in the field of
Medical Technology.
Seismograph service Corporation, Tulsa,
Okla., has openings for young men with
degrees in Geology, Geological Engineer-
ing, Geophysics, Mathematics, Physics,
or Electrical Engineering. They have
an interesting training program and ex-
cellent benefits.
Kendall Mills, Charlotte, N. C., has an
opening for a Physicist for their Re-
search Department. Good beginning sal-
ary goes with the job with large, ex-
panding textile manufacturing firm.
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Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash. Ph. 3-8611.
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after 5-3423 Carpenter Rd. Court No.
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PARAKEETS, cages. Must sell. Call
Bob 6735, between 6-8. )103
MOTORCYCLES, tires, batteries, ac-
cessories, and repairing. India Motor-
cycle Sales. 207 W. Liberty. Ph. 2-1748.
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1937 FORD-Excellent condition. Call
3-0849. After 8 p.m. )106
WHIZZER MOTORBIKE-3 h.p. motor,
excellent condition. Call after six.
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FOR SALE-1935 2 door Chrysler, good
running condition. Best offer takes
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EVERGREENS-Pfitzer Junipers $2.25 to
$7.50. Pyramidal Arbor Vitae 4-5 ft.
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M. Lee of Chemistry Dept., 1222 Wash.
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