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PA61E SIX

THE MICHIGAN ilA .ILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1954 .

PAGE SIX THE MTCHIGA~ DAILY FRIDAY, APRiL Z34 1~54.

CASE CLUB FINALS:
Roach, Black Win Campbell Award

By MARY ANN THOMAS
"May it phpase the Court ."
Beginning with these familiar,
words Davis M. Roach and Donald
G. Flack teamed up to win the
Henry M. Campbell Award in the
final competition sponsored by the
Law School's Case Clubs yester-
day.
CLIMAXING the year's activi-
ties, the juniors argued success-
fully against the team of Richard
C. Hostetler and W. Gerald War-!
ren before'a "court" of nationally
known judges.
This year's hypothetical case
involved the activities of a
state prosecutor who issued a list
of books deemed obscene, one of
which was published by the re-
spondent, a publishing house.
Raising several points about
"prior restraint," the case was
to decide whether the statute
was unconstitutional under the
14th Amendment.
Chief Justice Porter Sims of the{
Kentucky Court of Appeals pre-
sided over the moot court with
Justice Dan C. Flanagan of the
Indiana Supreme. Court, Dean E.
Blythe Stason of the Law School
and Judge Theodore Levin of the
U. S. District Court, Eastern Mich-
igan District, serving as associate
justices.
The winning team was announc-
ed by Justice Sims at the annual
Case Club banquet in the League
Ballroom yesterday evening. Wil-
liam Rogers of the Detroit law
firm offering the distinguished
award presented Roach and Black
$100 each and runners-up Hostet-
ler and Warren $50 apiece.

IMusicians
To Present
New Works
A composers' forum will be held
by the music school at 8:30 p.m.
today in Auditorium A, Angell
Hall.
Composers to have their works
performed include Leslie Bassett
of the music school; Fred Coulter,
'56SM; David Tice, '55SM; Wayne
Slawson, '56SM; Roland Trogan,
'54SM; Fred Fox, Grad. and Ed-
ward Chudacoff, Grad.
The University Woodwind Quin-
tet, which includes music school
instructors Nelson Hauenstein,
Lare Wardrop, Ted Evans, Lewis
Cooper and Prof. Albert Luconi
will play several of the selections.
Other instrumentalists on the
program will be Andrew Broekema,
Grad.; Bassett, John Dudd, Grad.;
Diana Sims, '54SM; Jane Stoltz of
the music school; Carolyn Lentz,
'55SM; David Ireland, '55SM; Geo-
rge Papich, '56SM; Jean Honl,
Grad.; Camilla Heller, '55SM;
Anita Bassett, Bruce Wise, Grad.;
Coulter and Tice.
LS&A Group
Sets Meetng
How important should grades
be?
At yesterday's meeting the Lit-
erary College Steering Committee
completed arrangements for its
conference on "The Role of the
Grade." at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the Student-Faculty Lounge of the
League.

SLUM CLEARANCE:

Brown Views Efforts

To Better Local Housing

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C OANNOUNCES
THE GRAND) OPENING
of their
Curb and Car-ferteria Service
Hours: Open 'til Midnight weekdays, Friday-Saturday 'til 1 A.M.

By PAT ROELOFS
Until late in 1953, the primary
concern of Ann Arborites in rela-
tion to housing problems was one
of living quarters for an increas-
ing University population.
Since then two important events
have occurred to bring attention
to a general picture of local hous-
ing. The first was the suggestion
that a city hall be built on E. Ann
St. where several businesses and
apartments termed by some as
"slums" are located.
* * *
THE PROPOSAL was defeated
in the recent city election follow-
ing heated debates via newspaper
L an ger Links
Artiwith Life
Developing the intimate con-
nection between art and life, Su-
zanne Langer, visiting philosophy
professor, expressed the human
principle of growth and decay in-
herent in the work of art.
Speaking yesterday on "The Liv-

articles and editorials. Since then
Mayor William E. Brown, declar-
ed that efforts are being made
to provide better housing for peo-
ple living in the slum-like Ann
St. area.
The Mayor's statement has re-
ceived public support from both
political parties in the city.
Democrats have urged that pri-
vate funds be solicited for hous-
ing projects where possible and
on this point Mayor Brown re-
ported recently he had done
some study. Before the election
he said that he had already talk-
ed to businessmen who were
warm to the idea of private sup-
port of a housing project to re-
place the slum area on Ann St.
Prof. Samuel J. Eldersveld of
the political science department,
Democratic Chairman in Ann Ar-
bor made a public statement this
week backing the improved hous-
ing plan, and added that "a genu-
ine effort to get public funds"
should be made by the city for ad-
ditional adequate housing if pri-
vate funds are not available.

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CAMPBELL COMPETITION --
Henry M. Campbell Award to T
Roach for winning the thirtietl
contest.
CASE CLUB awards of $25 and
$12.50 each were also given to the
club contestants wlho reached the
quarter-finals and semi-finals.
Julius Poppinga, Morton Pol-
ster, Ronald Roberts and Jean
MacDougall received freshman
awards while Grant Club was

William
Donald G.
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honored
tion, Coo
petition
in overal

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Rogers presents the
Black and Davis M.
Case Club sponsored
in freshman competi-
oley Club in junior com-
and Montgomery Club
ll scoring.

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At this time Dean Stason an-
nounced next year's senior Case
Club judges, chosen from the top
junior contestants in the Camp-
bell Competition. Deciding fresh-

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ing Form," Prof. Langer discussed THE-OTHER step on the hous-
the characteristics of life and then "ing scene that has been given pub-
applied.them to the art form. "Al- lic attention is the formation of a
though a painting or sonata does housing study group by the City
not actually breathe or pump Council recently. Headed by Mrs.
blood," she said, "it gives the same Louise Crane, the group held a
impression of change, interde- public meeting last night at which
pendent construction of parts and citizens were allowed to give opin-
rhythmic unity as a living organ- ions on improvements in local
ism." . housing, both University and city
"It is the expression of human owned.
personalityein art that is the dif -_ -_
ference between creation and I
mechanical contriving," Prof. Lan- COMPLIMENTS
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mananct junIioroctr jtials wil
be Ira A. Brown, David R. Mac- A representative cross-section of
donald. Robert B. Fiske, Jr., Mar- students and faculty have been 4
tin S. Packard and John R. Heher. invited to the conference.;
Other judges will be Richard C. According to Albert Cain, '54,
Hostetler, Steward S. Dixon. Rob- j committee chairman, results of
ert I. Donnellan, Harvey A. How-, surveys conducted by the Steer-
ard, Robert E. Baker, Theodore W. ing- Committee and by the psy-
Swift, Alice M. Austin, Robert G. chology department show a defi-
Schuur and Edward J. Pastucha, nite need to "throw grades back!
W. Gerald Warren was chosen into a proper perspective."
from the finalists to act as pre- - -____
siding judge.

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Vilcans Mark
Fiftieth Birthdav
Vulcans, senior engineering hon-
orary, will celebrate its 50th an-
niversary with a banquet at 6 p.m.
tomorrow in the Union.
About 70 Vulcan alumni will at-
tend the events today and tomor-
row. Plans include a tour of Michi-
gras and a graduate-'faculty mixer
tomorrow.

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"Teaching the Individual" will'
be the topic for discussion at the
fourth meeting of a series of
forums on college and university
teaching at 3 p.m. today in Audi-
torium C, Angell Hall.
Panel members and their topics
include Prof. Warren A. Ketcham
of ' the education school, "What
Research Shows About Variations!
in Student Abilities;" Prof. Warner
G. Rice, chairman of the english
department, "Challanging the su-
perior Student-Methods Used in
the English Department," and
Prof. Algo D. Henderson of the
education school, "Examples from
Other Institutions of Ways to In-
dividualiz Instruction and Learn-
ing."

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