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THE OU UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LAW SCHOOL ANN ARBOR MICHICAN JUNE 15 1957 PUBI ISI-IED BY 'I HE SI UDLNFI B AR ASSOCIA I'ION IR XNK FREMON1 REED Edltor ROBERT S ROSENEELD Buamcss M m lgcr 3 THE CHARACTER OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION DEPENDS ON THE CHARACTER OF THE LAW SCHOOLS THE CHARACTER OF THE LAW SCHOOLS FORECASTS THE FUTURE OF AMERICA T HE date of publication of this small volume marks not only the graduation ceremonies of the Law Class of 1957, but the twenty-third anniversary of the dedication ceremonies of The Law Quadrangle, on the hfteenth of June, nine- teen hundred and thirty-four, made possible by the generous contributions of the late William W. Cook. The Law Quadrangle comprises The Lawyers Club, erected in 1924, The john P. Cook Build- ing, erected in 1931, The Legal Research Library, erected in 1931 with additions in 1956, and Hutchins Hall, erected in 1933, and named after an honored alumnus, professor, dean, and pres- ident, Harry B. Hutchins. This publication, taking its name from these cloistered halls, was initiated by the Student Bar Association during 1951-52. Volume VI presents a pictorial record of the Law School during its ninety-eighth year, proof that Mr. Cook did not exaggerate when he believed that this institution could be made a great center of legal education and of jurisprudence for the good of the public. The editor was privileged to know the late Henry Moore Bates, Tappan Professor of Law and Dean of the Law School, who did so much to bring the hopes and purposes of Mr. Cook to fruition, and it is to his memory that this volume is dedicated. F.F.R. 4 THE L W QUADRANGLE X x NX. XR -x, K 6 vw? Aww, ,ua A . M 'AN V 5 "",l,W av There is time for serenity and reflection upon our high purposes, followed usually by the trek to the library and utilization ol' some of the 300,- 000 tomes available therein. 6 'iw QA ,jam .M V A., md, ' hi" . ,W , 1 ,MA 'Www A ,f '-,..,i. A A K , 1 R Q- wimv ,Q V, -4. ,Q ww., fax H556 gggmxywg an-1 if '1 , t vfffs.. - x f-N .4 The magnihcence of Gothic architecture portrays the quality of Mr. Cook's ideals in The Lawyers Club, along South University, through thc Cen- 8 x 'V J. -f,. '-4' tml Arch, to thc Legal Research Librzlry and Hutchins Hall, from State Street :md from thc top of thc Union. 9 FACULTY To Gothic nizngnificrncic oi' exterior and niodcrn convenience within must bc added thc high czllihrc and rcputzition of the lncn cxpounding thc law. The cxccllcncc of Lhc Fzncuhy nmkcs Lhc I,:iw School of thc University of Michigan intcrrnzltionzilly known. 10 EDWIN BLYTHE STASON Dean and Professor of Law Dean Stason was born in 1891. He attended the University ol' XNisconsin where he received his A.B. degree in 19133 three years later he received the degree olf S.B. from the 1X'Iassachusetts Insti- tute ol' Teehnologyg and in 1922 11C g1'21dllflilCd from the University of Michigan Law School the top in his class with a degree. He prac- ticed law for two years in Sioux City, Iowil, Wltll the hrm of Stason SQ Stason. His profound career as an educator was begun in 1917 when 11C WHS an instructor of electrical engineering for one year at the University ol' Pennsylvaniag from 1919 to 1922 he was an assistant professor of electrical engineering at the University of Mich- igan. He has been a professor of law here since 1924, provost ol' the University from 1938 to 19114, and dean ol the law school since 1939. From 1929 to 1935, he was the secretary of the Michigan State Bar Association. Currently he teaches the course in Administrative Tribunals. He has published casebooks on Municipal Cor- porations Q1935j and Administrative Tribunals 119375. -0253 I 'Uv-vu-w....,,.,,,W. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND Professor Emeritus of Law H Born in 1874, Mr. Sunderland attended the University of Michigan, from which he received his A.B. 'in 1897 and A.M. in 1898. I-Ie attended the University of Berlin from 1895 to 1896, and the University of California from 1898 to 1899. He received tl1e degree of LL.B. in 1901 from the University of Michigang and was awarded an LL.D. in 1933 by Northwestern University and in 1929 by Wayne University. From 1901 to 1904 he was an instructor in the University of Michigan Law School, assistant professor of law from 1904 to 1906, professor of law from 1906 to 1927, professor of law and legal research from 1927 to 19411, professor emeritus since 1944. He has published Pleading, 31 Cyc. 1-7785 Process, 32 Cyc. 412-5713 Cases on Common Law Pleadingg Cases on Code Pleadingg Cases on Trial and Appellate Practice, and Cases and 1Nlateria1s on judicial Administration. He was the President of the Association of American Law Schools in 1930. RALPH W. AIGLER erty, Banking, and Bills and Notes. JOHN BARKER WAITE Professor Emeritus of Law Born in 1882, Mr. Waite received his A.B. in 1905 from Yale University, and LL.B. in 1907 from the University of Michigan. He practiced law in Toledo from 1907 to 1912. He taught at the University of Michigan from 1912 to 1951, and has been professor emeritus of law since 1952. He has published Patent Lawg Law on Sales, Cases on Criminal Law and Procedureg Patent Law Casesg Criminal Law in Action: Waite on Sales, and The Prevention of Repeated Crime. 12 Professor Emeritus of Law Born in 1885, Mr. Aigler received his LI B from the University of Michigan in 1907. He practiced law in Chicago with Rosenthal 8: Hamill I-Ie was an instructor in law at the University of Mich igan from 1908 to 1910, assistant professor of law from 1910 to 1912, and was a professor of law here from 1912 to 1954. From 1954 to 195f' he was professor of law at The Hastings College of Law, and he is presently professor of law 'lt the University ol' Arizona, College of Law whcrc he is teaching the course on Bills and Notes I-Ie has published casebooks on Bankruptcy Prop EDGAR NOBLE DURFEE Professor Emeritus of Law Born in 1882, Mr. Durfee received his A.B. in 1904 from Harvard College, attended the University of Michigan from 1905 to 1906, and received his J.D. in 1908 from the University of Chicago. He practiced in Detroit with Canfield 8: Canheld and as Drake 84 Durfee for 2M years. He was an associate professor of law at the Law School of the Universtiy of Idaho from 1910 to 1911, professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1911 to 1952, professor emeritus of law since 1953. He has published Cases on Mortgages, and Cases on Equity. 7 1 1 ' X Q BURKE SHARTEL Professor of Law Born in 1889, Mr. Shartel received his A.B. in 1911 and his -I.D. in 1913 from the University of Michigan, and the degree of in 1919 from 1-Iarvard. In 1953 he was awarded an honorary '1.D. from Heidelberg University in Germany. From 1913 to 1917 he practiced law in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He taught in the University of Illinois Law School in 1919-20, and has been teaching at the University of Michigan Law School since 1920. 1-Ie is presently teaching the courses in jurisprudence, Introduction to Law and Equity, and Medical Iuris- Jrudence. 1-Ie is the author of "Our Legal System and How It Operates." 1 13 2 -4.,,+ ' 1 ! PAUL ALLEN LEIDY Professor Emeritus of Law Born in 1888, Mr. Leidy received his A.B. in 1909, A.M. in 1911, and J.D. in 1924 from the University of Michigan. He practiced in Toledo with Miller 8c Brady from 1924 to 1925, and with Miller, Brady, Yager ik Leidy from 1925 to 1926. He was a professor of law and secretary of the Law School at the University of Michigan from 1926 to 1952, and has been professor emeritus of law since 1953. HOBART COFFEY - Professor of Law and Director of the Law Library Born in 1896, Mr. Coffey graduated from Ohio State University with an A.B. in 1918. He received the degrees of LL.B. in 1922 and j.D. in 1924 from the Uni- versity of Michigan. He attended the University of Paris in 1924-25, the Uni- versity of Berlin in 1925, and the Uni- versity of Munich in 1926 and 1928. He was the assistant law librarian at the University of Michigan in 1925-26, pro- fessor of law and law librarian from 1926 to 1943, and professor of law and direc- tor of the law library from 1943 to date. He teaches the courses in Admiralty and Domestic Relations. 14 JOHN P. DAWSON Professor of Law Born in 1902, Mr. Dawson received his B.A. degree in 1922 and his j.D. in 1924 from the University of Michigang he attended Oxford University in England from 1924 to 1927 and received the degree of D.Phil. from Oxford in 1930. He was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1924, was an assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1927 to 1930, associate professor of law from 1930 to 1936, and has been professor of law since 1936. He was visiting professor of law at the University of Chicago in 1955, and at Harvard in 1956-57. From 1942 to 1945 he was on leave, serving as Chief Counsel in the Rent Section of the Office of Price Administrationg Chief of the Middle East Division, Foreign Economic Administrationg Acting Regional Economic Counselor for the Middle East, State Department, and Director of the Foreign Trade Administration of the Greek Government during 1947-48. This year Mr. Dawson will become professor of law at Harvard University. 15 1N1l.l.IAM WIR'1' l5l.l1Mli Professor of 1.aw Mr. Blunle was horn in 18951. lle attended the Law Dt'lJ1ll'lI11Cl1l of Clunlherland University in 19151-lfl, the University ol' London for the sunnner term in 1919 and received his A.1i. degree from Texas Christian llniversit' in 19211, and his 1 J, Ur' , . U .l . . . . . 1,I,.11. in 1.1-1 and S.11.13. in 1.128 from the llnlverslty ol Nliclngan. He was adlnitted to practice in Texas in 1911, practiced at lfort XVorth and Dallas fronl I ,-. - - .- . 19111 to 1911, and at Iforth XVorth lrom 192'r to 19211 He was '1 professor in thc i-. .-. . mia .. Comparative Law School of China in Shanghai from 1920 to 192-1 and Dean from 1921 to 1924 and from 1926 to 1927. lle was assistant professor of lm nd .. 1'1l of legal research at the University of Michigan from 1928 to 1932, :associate pro lessor of law and of legal research from 19512 to 19313, professor of law and ol legal research from 1936 to 19111, and professor of law since 19-11. He teaches Civil Procedure and the Seminar in American Legal History. He was the editor ol Transactions of the Su Jrenle Court of the '1'erritor of Michi fan 1805-36 fi vols. , 1 1' lv Cases and Statutes on Pleading and lloinder, and Cases and Statutes on -Iuris diction and judgments. He is the author ol' American Civil Procedure. . r D Y I I W M nw , nc., 16 JOHN EVARTS TRACY Professor Emeritus of Law Bron in 1880, Mr. Tracy received his A.B. in 1901 from Maryville College, Tennessee, which also awarded him with an LL.D. in 1921. He attended the University of Wisconsin Law School, and was admitted to practice in Wisconsin in 1904, in Michigan in 1907, in New York in 1920, and in Illinois in 1925. I-Ie practiced law in Wisconsin from 1904 to 1907, in Michigan from 1907 to 1917, was the assistant director of the Bureau of Exports in the War Trade Board in 1918, practiced law in New York from 1920 to 1925, and in Illinois from 1925 to 1930. He was a professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1930 to 1941, professor emeritus of law Since 1942. He is the author of Tracy on Cor- porate Foreclosures, Receiverships and Reorgan- ization Q1929jg the volume on Corporate Pro- cedure in Fletcher Cyclopaedia of Corporations Q1932,g Hints on Entering the. Practice of Law clgggpj and Cases and Materials on Evidence 419385. LAYLIN K. JAMES Professor of Law Born in 1893, he received his A.B. in 1918 and his .I.D. in 1923 from the Uni- versity of Michigan. He served as a Sec- ond Lieutenant with thc Field Artillery of the United States Army. He practiced in New York City from 1923 to 1926 and from 1943 to 1945. He taught at Lewis Institute in Chicago from 1920 to 1921, was assistant professor of law at the Uni- versity of Pittsburgh from 1926 to 1928 and was professor of law from 1928 to 1929. Since 1929 hc has been professor of law at the University of Michigan. He teaches Business Associations, and Corporate Organization and Finance. I-Ie has published Cases and Materials on Business Associations. 81+ +V LEWIS MALLALIEU SIMES Floyd Russell Mechem University Professor of Law Born in 1889, Mr. Simes attended Southwestern College from which he received his A.B. in 1909g he received his Ph.B. in 1912 and in 1914 from the Uni- versity of Chicagog .I.S.D. in 1927 from Yale Universityg and LL.D. from South- western College in 1937. I-Ie practiced in lN1issoula, Montana, from 1917 to 1919. From 1919 to 1922 he was professor of law at the University of Montanag professor of law at Ohio State University from 1922 to 1932, and Sterling research fellow at Yale University in 1926-27. He has been professor of law at the University of Michigan since 1932. I-Ie teaches Trusts and Estates, Fiduciary Administration, Future Interests, and the Seminar in the Institution of Property. I-Ie is the author of the treatise on the Law of Future Interests, Cases on Future Interests, Cases on Fiduciary Administration, Cases on Trusts and Succession, Handbook on Future Interests, Public Policy and the Dead I-land, Problems in Probate Law, and Parts I and IV of American Law of Property. 18 ln Q1-1' as HESSEL EDVVARD YNTEMA Research Professor of Comparative Law Born in 1891, Mr. Yntcma attended Hope College, receiving his A.B. in 1912 and A.M. in 19153 he received the degrees of A.M. in 1913 and P11.D. in 1919 from the University of Michigang B..-X. Qurisj in 1917 from Oxford Universityg and in 1921 from Harvard University. He was an instructor in Political Science at the Univeristy of Michigan from 1917 to 19203 lecturer in Roman Law and Comparative Jurisprudence at Columbia University from 1921 to 1922, assistant professor from 1922 to 1924, associate professor from 1924 to 1928. He was pro- fessor of law at Johns Hopkins University from 1928 to 19333 visiting professor of law at the University of 1XIichigan from 1933 to 19343 professor of law from 1934 to 1947,'visiting professor from 1947 to 19483 professor of law at Yale University from 1947 to 19483 and research professor of comparative law at the University of Michigan since 1948. He teaches Conflicts, and '1'11eories of Public Law Seminar. 19 'JUNK - 1' nz, W3 .ifliiff 41 """"'- 4 MARVIN L. NIEHUSS Professor of Law and Vice President and Dean of Faculties of the University Born in 1903, Mr. Niehuss received his A.B. in 1925 and his LL.B. in 1930 from the University of lvlichigan. He was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1933 and in Illinois in 1934, and practiced in Chicago from 1934 to 1935. He was an instructor in Economics at the University of Michigan from 1928 to 1929, in- structor in Real Estate and Research Associate in the Business School from 1930 to 1933, instructor in law from 1933 to 1934, associate professor of law from 1936 to 1943, professor of law since 1944, and Vice President of the University since 1945. Since 1952 he has been Vice President and Dean of Faculties. 4' 'vi- I PAUL G. KAUPER Professor of Law Born in 1907, Mr. Kauper received his A.B. degree in 1929 from Earlham College, and his in 1932 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Indiana in 1931, in New York in 1936, and in Michigan in 1946. He practiced in New York City from 1934 to 1936. He was a part time instructor in law at the University of Michigan in 1934, assistant professor of law from 1936 to 1939, associate professor of law from 1939 to 1946, and professor of law since 1946. I-Ie was on leave of absence from 194-2 to 1945 with the Pan American Petroleum Sc Transport Co., Legal Dept., New York City. He teaches Constitutional Law, Municipal Corporations, and Taxation. 1-Ie has published Cases on Constitutional Law. 20 RUSSELL A. SMITH Professor of Law and Associate Dean of the Law School Born in 1906, Mr. Smith received his A.B. degree in 1929 from Grinnell College, and his J.D. in 1934 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in New York in 1936 and in Michigan in 1946. He practiced in New York City from 1934 to 1937. He was an instructor in mathematics at Doane College from 1929 to 1930, assistant in mathematics at Grinnell College from 1930 to 1931, assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1937 to 1940, associate professor of law from 1940 to 1946, professor of law since 1946, Secretary of the School from 1946 to 1956. He teaches Creditors' Rights, Labor Relations Law, and Labor Standards Legislation. He has published Cases and Materials on Labor Law. He was on leave from 1942 to 1945 with Pan American Petroleum Sc Transport Co., Legal Dept., New York City. ' .-mt shi WILLIAM W. BISHOP, JR. Professor of Law Born in 1906, Mr. Bishop received his A.B. degree in 1928 and j.D. in 1931 from the Uni- Law versity of Michigan, attended Harvard School from 1928 to 1929 and Columbia Uni- versity Law School from 1938 to 1939. He was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1931 and before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1941. He practiced in New York City from 1935 to 1936. He was Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Michigan Law School from 1931 to 1935, professor of law since 1948. He was a lecturer in Politics at Princeton from 1936 to 1938, Assistant to the Legal Advisor in the State Department from 1939 to 1947, Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania from 1947 to 1948, Visiting Professor of International Law at Columbia University Law School in 1948. He was the Legal Advisor for the U. S. Delega- tion to the Council of Foreign Ministers and Paris Peace Conference in 1946. I-Ie was the Assistant Reporter, Harvard Research in Inter- national Law from 1932 to 1935. He is the author of International Law, Cases and Materials f1951, '53j. He was a Contributing Editor for the Annual Digest of Public International Law Cases from 1931 to 1941. He has been on the Board of Editors for the American Journal of International Law since 1947 and was Editor-in- Chief from 1953 to 1955. He teaches Interna- tional Law, Admiralty, and Conflict of Laws. GEORGE E. PALMER Professor of Law Born in 1908, Mr. Palmer received his A.B. degree in 1930 and J.D. in 1932 from the University of Michigan, his LI,.M. in 1940 from Columbia University. He was admitted to practice in Indiana in 1932, and practiced in Indianapolis from 1932 to 1939. He was an assistant professor of law at the University of Kansas from 1940 to 1942 and associate professor of law from 1945 to 1946. He was an associate professor of law at the University from 1946 to 1951, and has been professor of law since 1951. He was an Attorney for the UPA in 1942, Assistant and Associate General Counsel for the OPA from 1943 to 1945, and an Attorney for the Department of Justice in 1945. He teaches Restitution, Trusts and Estates. S. CHESTERFIELD OPPENHEIM Professor of Law Born in 1897, Mr. Oppenheim received his A.B. in 1918 and A.M. in 1920 from Columbia Uni- versity, did graduate study at the University of Michigan from 1921 to 1923, and received his J.D. degree in 1926 and S.J.D. in 1929 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to the Bar in Michigan and in the District of Columbia. He was an instructor in economics at the Uni- versity of Michigan from 1921 to 1926, teaching and research assistant to the Dean of the Law School from 1926 to 1927, assistant professor of law at George Washington University from 1927 to 1930, associate professor of law from 1930 to 1940, professor of law from 1940 to 1952, Acting Dean for the Winter Term of 1948, Executive Officer from 1948 to 1950. I-le has been professor of law at the University of Michigan since 1952. He was Faculty Editor-in-Chief of The George Washington Law Review from 1942 to 1946. 'He teaches, Federal Anti-Trust Laws, Unfair Trade Practices, Seminar on Federal Anti-Trust Laws, and Seminar on Unfair Trade Practices. He has published Cases on Trade Regulations 09361, Suppl. f1939jg The National Transportation Policy and Inter-Carrier Competitive Rates 1194515 Cases on Federal Anti-Trust Laws f1948jg Cases on Unfair Competition Q1948 ed.jg Unfair Trade Practices-Cases, Comments and Materials fl950j 5 Price and Service Discrim- inations Under the Robinson-Patman Axct U94-91 . He is an Editor in the Trade Regulation Series. He was the Co-Chairman of the Attorney- Genera1's National Committee to Study the Anti- Trust Laws, from 1953 to 1955. FRANK E. COOPER Part Time Professor of Law Born in 1910, Mr. Cooper received his A.B. degree in 1931 and J.D. in 1934 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1934. He has practiced in Detroit since 1934 where he is a 1ne1nber of the firm of Beaumont, Smith and Harris. He teaches Administrative Tribunals and Legal writing. MARCUS L. PLANT Professor of Law Born in 1911, Mr. Plant received his BA. in 1932 and M.A. in 1934 from Lawrence College, and j.D. in 1938 from the Univer- sity of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Mfisconsin in 1939, in New York in 1946, and in Michigan in 1950. He practiced in Milwaukee from 1938 to 1941 and from 1943 to 1944, with the OPA in Washington, D.C., from 1941 to 1943, and in New York from 1944 to 1946. He has been a professor of law since 1946. He teaches Torts, Corporate Organizations, and Bills and Notes. He is the author of Cases on Torts 119531 . 23 CHARLES W. JOINER Professor of Law Born in 1916, Mr. Joiner received his B.A. in 1937 and j.D. in 1939 from the State University of Iowa. He was admitted to practice in Iowa in 1939. He practiced in Des Moines from 1939 to 1947. He was with the Army Air Force Training Command from 1943 to 1944. He was a part-time lecturer at the Des Moines College of Law in 1941, assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1947 to 1949, associate professor of law from 1950 to 1952, professor of law since 1953. He teaches Practice Court, Civil Procedure III, Jurisdiction and Judgments, Sales, and Introduction to Civil Procedure. He is the author of Civil Procedure, Trials and Appeals, and joint author of Cases and Statutes on Civil Procedure, Cases and Statutes on Jurisdiction and Judgments, and Introduction to Civil Procedure. x V . 'rt L. HART WRIGHT Professor of Law Born in 1917, Mr. Wright received his A.B. in 1939 and LL.B. in 1941 from the University of Oklahoma, and LL.M. in 1942 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Oklahoma in 1941. He was a lecturer in Business Law at the University of Michigan from 1945 to 1946, lecturer in law from 1946 to 1947, assistant professor of law from 1947 to 1950, associate professor of law from 1950 to 1953, and professor of law since 1953. He teaches Federal Income Tax, and Federal Estate and Gift Taxes. He served from 1942 to 1946 in the Field Artillery where as a major he commanded an F.A. Battalion. He was a Law Member of the General Military Court in Austria from 1945 to 1946. He was a Consultant to tl1e Commissioner of Internal Revenue during the summer of 1956. 24 ALLAN F. SMITH Professor of Law and Director of Legal Research Born in 1911, Mr. Smith received his A.B. degree in 1933 from the Nebraska State Teachers College, his LL.B. in 1940 from the University of Nebraska, his LL.M. in 1941 and S.j.D. in 1950 from the University of llflichigan. He was admitted to practice in Nebraska in 1940 and in Michigan in 1950. I-Ie was an acting associate professor of law at Stanford University in 1946, assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1947 to 1950, associate professor of law from 1950 to 1953, and professor of law since 1953. He teaches Conveyancing, and Property. He is the author of a treatise on Personal Life Insurance Trusts, co-author of Cases and Materials on Property 09511 , The Law of Future Interests 09565. He was the Senior Attorney for the OPA from 1941 to 1943, a First Lieutenant in the U. S. Army from 1943 to 1946, and Chief Counsel for the OPA in 1946. 1 . 1ef.g,,.,,.g,, A SAMUEL D. ESTEP Professor of Law and Director of Legislative Research Center Born in 1919, Mr. Estep received his A.B. in 1940 from Kansas State Teachers College, and his in 1946 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1946, and practiced in Detroit from 1946 to 1948. He was an assistant professor of law from 1948 to 1951, associate professor of law from 1951 to 1954, and professor of law since 1954. 1-Ie teaches Legislation, Constitutional Law, and Securtiies. He served in the U.S. Navy. 25 JOHN W. REED Professor of Law Born in 1918, Mr. Reed attended Kansas City QMo.j Junior College from 1935 to 1937, and received his A.B. in 1939 from Wfilliam -Iewell College, his I.L.B. in 19112 from Cornell, and his 1.I..M. in 19119 from Columbia University. He was admitted to practice in Missouri in 19112, and in Michigan in 1953. He practiced in Kansas City, Mo., from 19112 to 19116. 1-Ie was an associate professor of law at the University of Oklahoma from 19116 to 19119, associate professor of law at the University of Michigan from 19119 to 1953, and professor of law since 1953. He teaches Evidence, Pleading and Joinder, jurisdiction and Judgments, and the seminar in Legal Education. 1-Ie was the Editor-in-Chief of the Cornell Law Quarterly from 19111 to 19112, Faculty Advisor of the Oklahoma Law Review from 191.17 to 1911-8. He is the co-author of Cases and Statutes on Pleading and Joinder 09521, Introduction to Law and Equity Q1953j. ii .. , K 1: ,adjs 12 'Q , 1. . , . x J V1 fW"Sw'1 ROY I.. STEINHEIMER, NIR. Associate Professor of Law and Admissions Officer Born in 1916, Mr. Steinheimer received his A.B. in 1937 from the University of Kansas, and his 1.13. in 19110 from the University of Michigan. I-Ie was admitted to practice in New York in 1941, and in Michigan in 1951. He practiced with Sullivan Sc Cromwell in New York City. He was an associate professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1950 to 1956. He teaches Bills and Notes, and Sales. 26 EDMOND F. DeVINE Part Time Assistant Professor of Law Born in 1916, Mr. DeVine received his A.B. in 1937 and J.D. in 1940 from the University of Michigan, and LL.M. in 1941 from Catholic University. He was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1940. He was a partner in the firm of DeVine 8c DeVine in Ann Arbor from 1946 to 1954, Chief Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for VVashtenaw County from 1947 to 1952, and Prosecuting Attorney since 1953. He was a lecturer in Criminal Law at the University of Michigan from 1949 to 1952, assistant professor since 1952. He teaches Criminal Law, Civil Procedure, Practice Court, and Drafting Legal Documents. He was with the F.B.I. from 1941 to 1943, and was a Naval Air Combat Intelligence Officer from 1943 to 1946. 1 1 l 1 l I fi ra-,,..r 1 WILLIAM BURNETT HARVEY Associate Professor of Law Born in 1922, Mr. Harvey received his A.B. in 1943 from XfVake Forest College, and his J.D. in 194-9 from the University of Michigan, and attended the University of Heidelberg from 1955 to 1956. He was admitted to practice in the District of Columbia in 1949, and was an associate of Hogan 8: Hartson in Washington, D.C., from 1949 to 1951. He was an assistant professor of Naval Science and Tactics at Tufts College and the University of Kansas in 1946, lecturer in law at the Uni- versity of Michigan School of Business Administration in 1948, professorial lecturer in law fpart time, at George 1'Vashington University Law School in 1950, assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1951 to 1954, and associate professor since 1954. He teaches Contracts, and jurisprudence. He was with the U.S. Navy from 1943 to 1946. 27 XVILLIAM PIERCE Associate Professor of Law Born in 1921, Mr. Pierce received his A.B. in 1947 and J.D. in 1949 from the University olf Michigan. I-Ie was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1949. I-Ie was an associate with the New York Law Revision Commission from 1949 to 1950. He was the Assistant Director of the Legislative Research Center at the Uni- versity ol' Michigan Law School from 1950 to 1953, assistant professor of law from 1951 to 1953, associate professor of law and associate director of the Legis- lative Research Center since 1953. He teaches the Legislative Problems Semi- nar, and Atomic Energy Law Seminar. He is the editor of Current Trends in State Legislation. He was with the U. S. Army from 1943 to 1945. LUKE KING COOPERRIDER Associate Professor of Law Born in 1918, Mr. Cooperrider received his BS. in 1940 from Harvard College, and his j.D. in 1948 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Ohio in 1949, and practiced in Cleve- land from 1948 to 1952. He was an assistant professor of law at the Univer- sity of Michigan from 1952 to 1955, associate professor of law since 1955. He teaches Restitution, and Torts. He was with the United States Army from 1941 to 1946. ,Ky 2 f f B. GEORGE, JR. Associate Professor of Law Born in 1925, Mr. George received an A.A. degree in 19117 from Kansas City junior College, his A.B. in 19119 and in 1951 from the Uni- versity of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Missouri in 1951 and in Michigan in 1952 and before the Board of Immigration Appeals in 19511. I-le was with the Richmond County Investigation in New York City from 1951 to 1952. He was an assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1952 to 1955, asso- ciate professor of law since 1955. I-Ie teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, and Secur- ities. He was with the 100th Inf. Division from 1943 to 19116. This last year has been on leave at Kyoto University in Japan as a Fulbright Re- search Professor and as a lecturer under the Ford- Hnanced .Iapanesc-American Program for Coop- eration in Legal Studies. -staff w-t .lv-gg milf ARTHUR M. SMITH Lecturer in Patent Law Born in Scott, Indiana, in 1903, Mr. Smith re- ceived his A.B. in 19211 and LI..B. in 1926 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to the bar in Michigan and Illinois in 1933, and before the United States Supreme Court in 1942, In 1937 he was the secretary-treasurer and in 1939 the president of the Michigan Patent Law Association. He has been a lecturer in Patent Law at the University of Michigan since 1952. He is the author of Patent Law, Cases, Comments and Materials U95-lj, and Supplementary Ma- terials in Patent Law 09531 . He practices patent law in Dearborn. OLIN L. BROWDER, JR. Profesosr of Law Born in 1913, Mr. Browder received his A.B. in 1935 and LL.B. in 1937 from the University of Illinois, and an S.J.D. in 1941 from the Univer- sity of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Illinois in 1939, and practiced in Chicago from 1938 to 1939. He was with the Legal Department of the TVA in Knoxville from 1942 to 1943. He was an instructor in Business Law at the Uni- versity of Alabama from 1939 to 1940, assistant professor from 1940 to 1941, assistant professor of law at the University of Tennessee from 1941 to 194-2, professor of law at the University of Oklahoma from 1946 to 1953, and professor of law at the University of Michigan since 1953. He teaches Property, and Future Interests. He was a co-author of the American Law of Property Q1952j. He was with the Federal Bureau of In- vestigation and the U.S. Department of Justice from 1943 to 1945. Kr. ALFRED FLETCHER CONARD Professor of Law Born in 1911, Mr. Conard received 11is A.B. in 1932 from Grinnell College, attended the State University of Iowa from 1932 to 1934, received an LL.B. in 1936 from t11e University of Penn- sylvania, an LL.M. in 1939 and J.S.D. in 1942 from Columbia University. He was admitted to practice in Pennsylvania in 1937, and practiced in Philadelphia from 1936 to 1938. He was a visiting assistant professor at the University of Missouri in 1938, assistant professor at the Uni- versity of Kansas City from 1939 to 1942, associate professor of law at the University of Illinois from 1946 to 1951, professor of law from 1951 to 1954, and professor of law at the University of Mich- igan since 1954. He was visiting professor of law in California in 194-7, in Texas in 1952, and in Michigan in 1953. He teaches Creditors' Rights, Business Associations, Corporate Reorganization, and Comparative Law of Business Associations. He has published Studies in the Law of Eease- ments and Licenses in Land, Cases on Agency and Employment Relations, and Costs of Administer- ing Reparation for Wo1'k Injuries in Illinois fco- authorj. I-Ie was with the Army, O.S.S., from 1943 to 1945, with the OPA from 1942 to 1943, and with the Office of the Alien Property Custo- dian from 1945 to 1946. RICHARD VANCE WELLMAN Assistant Professor of Law Born in 1922, Mr. Wellman re- ceived his A.B. in 1947, his JD. in 1949 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Ohio in 1949, and practiced in Ohio from 1949 to 1954. He teaches Real Property, and Personal Property. He WHS with the United States Army from 1943 to 1946. NMA J' ' at ' 1 .is X: ' 'Wifi .- ', Zfffflb 4' .. , . s r' I I. x JACK RICHARD PEARCE Assistant Professor of Law Born in 1918, Mr. Pearce re- ceived his A.B. in 1940 from De- Pauw University, and his LL.B. in 1947 from Harvard. He was admitted to practice in New York in 1948, and practiced in New York City from 1948 to 1955. He has been an assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan since 1955. He tecahes Contracts and Contract Remedies. He was clerk to the Hon. Justice Augustus N. Hand, U.S.C.A., 2nd Circuit, from 1947 to 1948, editor of the Harvard Law Review from 1941 to 1942 and from 1946 to 1947. He was with the U. S. Army from 1943 to 1946. ERIC STEIN Associate Professor of Law Mr. Stein was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 8, 1913. In 1937 he received his J.U.D. degree with distinction from the Law Faculty of Charles University in Prague. Thereafter he practiced law for a brief period before being taken into the Czechoslovakian Army. After release from military service he came to the United States where he enrolled in the University of Michigan Law School in 1940. H received his j.D. degree in 1942 from the University of Michigan. Late in 1942 he joined the United States Army and was assigned to the Division of Military Intelligence. In July of 1943 he was SCI1t overseas to engage in intelligence work in North Africa, and later in Italy. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Order of the Italian Crown. After discharge from the Army in 1946 he became a member of the staff of the United States Department of State, first in the International Security Office, and later with the United Naions Affairs Bureau. He has been an associate professor of law at the University of Michigan since 1955. He teaches Law of Atomic Energy, International Law, Law of International Trade, and Comparative Law. ROY FRANKLIN PROFFITT Assistant Professor of Law Assistant Dean of the Law School Mr. Proffitt was born in 1918. He attended the University of Nebraska where he received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration in 1940. During Wforld War II, he served in the United States Navy, holding the rank of Lieutenant Commander, U.S.N.R., at the end of the war. He received his J.D. degree from the University of Michigan Law School in january 1943. After a brief period of practice with the hrm of Miller, McKinley ik IValsh, in Greeley, Colorado, he joined the faculty of the University of Missouri School of Law, where he eventually was promoted to the rank of professor. As technical adviser to the Missouri State Senate Criminal Law Revision Committee from 1951 to 1954, Mr. Proffitt assisted the Missouri General Assembly in making significant changes in the substantive criminal law in that state. At Michigan, as assistant Dean, Mr. Proffitt has taken over the administration duties hitherto performed by the secretary to the Law School, together with the handling of the scholarship and student aid program. In addition, he teaches a portion of the Hrst-year course in Criminal Law. RINALDO L. BIANCHI Assistant Professor of Law Born in 1924, in Highland Park, Michigan, Mr. Bianchiwas taken by his parents, in 1939, to their native Italy. There he was educated in the elementary schools and eventually in the University of Pisa Law School, where he received the degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1947. Subsequently he returned to the United States where he earned his B,A. in 1951 and his M.A. in 1952 from VVayne Uni- versity, and his in 1955 from the University of Michigan. He was an instructor and assistant to the dean from February to july of 1956, assistant adviser to foreign students, and assistant professor of law since 1956. He teaches Torts, Atomic Energy Law, Creditors' Rights, and Comparative Law. 32 N Picture not available. GABRIEL NATHANIEL ALEXANDER Visiting Lecturer in Labor Law Born in 1910, Mr. Alexander received his A.B. in 1930 and LL.B. in 1933 from the University of Michigan. He was with the law firm of Alexander 8: Alexander in Detroit from 1933 to 1948. From 1942 to 1944 he was also an inspector of machine parts with the Glenn R. Martin Company in Detroit. From 1948 to 1954 he was impartial umpire for General Motors Corporation, UAW. During the period 1950 to 1954 he also served as an instructor in Labor Law and Labor Arbitration at Wayne University Law School. During 1952 he taught a course in Collective Bargaining for the University of Michigan Extension Service. In 1954 he was an attorney and arbitrator in Detroitg and in 1955 he was a visiting professor in Labor Law and Labor Arbitration at New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations in New York City. Since that period he has resumed practice of law in Detroit. He teaches the Seminar in Labor Law. KONRAD ZWEIGERT Visiting Professor of Law Born in 1911, Prof. Dr. Zweigert was formerly professor of law at Tuebingen, and is now professor of law at Hamburg. He has been associated for several years with the Max Planck Institut fur auslaenclisches und internationales, founded by Dr. Ernst Rabel Qformerly the Kaiser Wilhelm lnstitutj . He is author or co-author of German works and articles, chiefly in the held of comparative law. He repre- sented Germany at the London Congress for Unihcation of Law in 1950. He was visiting professor for one year at Georgetown University Law School in Washing- ton, D.C., and was for a period a member ol' the German Constitutional Court. He teaches Principles of Comparative Law and the Seminar on The Rule of Law QDue Processj. 34 C. HAMSON Visiting Professor of Law Born in 1905, Mr. Hamson was educated in St. Louis, Turkey, and at Cardinal Vaughan's School and Trinity College, Cambridge, Englandg Entrance and Senior Scholar in Classics: Clasical Tripos, Part I, 1925, Part 11, 1927 Qdistinctionjg Davison Scholar, Harvard Law School from 1928 to 19295 Linthicum Foundation Prize, Northwestern University in 1929g Yorke Prize in 19325 LI..B. in 1933 from Trinity Collegeg LL.M. in 19355 Fellow of Trinity College since 1934. He became Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn, in 19325 was a lecturer at Trinity in 19343 reader in Comparative Law in 19495 professor of Comparative Law since 1954. He served in the War of 1939-19453 was commissioned in the Army in 19403 detached for service with S.O.E.g in the Battle of Crete in 19415 a P.O.W. in Germany from 1941 to 1945. He was Sec. Gen. Adj. Comite International de Droit Compare in 19493 membre du Bureau in 19545 Hamlyn Lectures on Conseil d'Etat in 1954. He is a Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. He teaches British 8c French Legal Methods Compared and the seminar on The Rule of Law QDue Processj. as qv, fx? . -1 rig ' :u 35 GRADUATE STUDE any graduate students wish to become teachers ol' law. Others, teaching law, seek to extend their learning. Some wish to specialize in particular legal subjects, the better to lit themselves for the law's practice. Perhaps some merely thirst lor knowledge for its own sake. I-Iowever moved, the student linds in the graduate program ol' the Michigan Law School grist for his mill. The domestic graduate enriches his knowledge ol' law as a social science through the courses in jurisprudence and Comparative Law. His foreign Counter- part is exposed to the methods ol' the common law and their manifestations in concrete cases. Yet it is a master's thesis or a doctoral dissertation which is mistress of the graduate student's hours. Original research and writing dominate his program of study. fl 1 in f at , gi. ,- fi M qw, W vi' 36 'Sf 4 0,9 -up-f -any if n QS? gi, in 4 :If 5 , in uri -. ,isa 5G 4 wx I ,- 1 ,, ' f'fWi2l'W3.:.1', f ,i iv' 'A fi1f2'153sE1'lf:54 H . -'Q 'l f 'TJ' ' MVT? wif J 'i f raises .mf HERMINIO BUENAFE ALCID Quezon City, Philippines A.A., LL.B., San Sebastian College IAGQUELINE JEANNE BERTHELOT Dijon, France Licensee en Droit Diplomee d'Etudes Superieurcs dc Droit Public et Prive Universite de Dijon GIUSEPPI BISCONTI Ravenne, Italy Doctore cn Giurisprudenza University of Rome LL.M., Louisiana State University ERWIN A. ELIAS Ann Arbor, Michigan B.S., LL.B., Marquette University TOSHIO FUETO Nyshigsuji, Tokuyama City, japan LL.B., LL.M., Tokyo University Professor of Law MAX HILDEBRAND Weisbaden, Germany Rechtsreferendar Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universitat FrankfortfMain HANS JURGEN HELMUT JAEGER Miinchen-Schwabing, Germany Rechtsreferendar University of Munich FRIEDRICH KLAUS JUNGER Gedern, Hessen, Germany Rechtsreferendar Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universitat Frankfort!Main 37 a' X, ,W ' I mx 1 l A L i atm, , I ' MZ - swat A rel 'Q 1 2 ' , Wi, 4. ,K 4, , ,M W, , pi ' it 41 + A : -,v,.:. Q I Q4 .: 2 a f A K iq mf lwyly V , :fiat , f f Q'- 7 MOHAMED SAMIN UDDIN KHAN Karachi, Pakistan B.A. QHon.j, Sindh University, Karachi LL.M., Southern Methodist University Linco1n's Inn LEI, SHAO-LING HO-Ping Tungla, Taipei, China LL.B., National Fuh Tan University JUAN GUILLERMO MATUS-VALENCIA Valparaiso, Chile Licenciade en Ciencias Juridicas y Sociales Universidad de Chile LL.M., Southern Methodist University Professor of Law FRITZ W. REICI-IERT-FACILIDES Bremerhaven, Germany A Rechtsreferendar Dr. iur., University of Hamburg KEISHIN SUNAKAWA Miyakes, The Ryukyus LL.B., Kyoto University, Japan RYO TAIRA Tokyo, Japan LL.B., Keio University, japan JAMES BERNT UEBERHORST Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B., LL.B., University of Michigan KOMGRICH VATANASATHEON Nakornratsema, Thailand LL.B., University of Thaminasat 38 if y 1 Q 49 1 ag. 2112 ' .fa ,, 'S as fax '15 S NIOR CLASS To the third year law student the approach of june Fifteenth may mean a great relief that his endeavors have been successful, but the reward is a difficult one, for his work is only beginning. Looking back, it is hard to select one or two memories that would be representative of the last three years. However, probably the most important aspect of the senior year was the opportunity to come in closer contact with the faculty through seminars and to actually handle a negli- gence case in Practice Laboratory. ' if L 5 I "" ,- filer ' X if i 'pixma LJ- A , ' -, i g I! v ...i ,.,v,? !, i -az,-I J : M V ,.,V , .,,' , A H 2 ,. ,....a.,.: s - ......,,. ABOVE: The Seminar in Theories of Public Law conducted by Professor Yntema. ISELOW: Pleading a motion for new trial before "Judge" DeVine, the last lap in the Practice Laboratory work. 39 CLASS O I95 President DONALD JAY DeYOUNG Grand Rapids, Michigan A.B., Michigan LEE NORMAN ABRAMS Chicago, Illinois A.B., Michigan ROBERT T. ACHOR Flossmoor, Illinois B.A., Yale EDWARD C. ADKINS Emerson, Iowa B.S., U.S.N.A. MARY JEAN ANDERSON New Era, Michigan B.A., Michigan State WILLIAM M. APGAR Front Royal, Virginia A.B., Princeton 'Q CHARLES YV. ARDERY, JR Noblesville, Indiana B.A., Wooster X DAVID L. BAILEY 32 . ,fy A Manistee, Michigan ,L " In E A.B., Michigan WILLIAM R. BALPH, JR. New Castle, Pennsylvania B,A., 'Washington 8c Jefferson GLYNN DALE BARNETT Pontiac, Michigan B.Mus., Michigan JOHN ARTHUR BEACH Syracuse, New York A.B., Syracuse .IAMES D. B. BECKETT Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B., Michigan GEORGE E. BENKO, IV Croswell, Michigan A.B., Albion FRED BENSON Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B., Earlham IIERBERT A. BERNHARD Ann Arbor, Michigan B S E.E., Newark M.A., Columbia 4 Y , g ' DWAYNE MCALPINE BERNER f' Elgin, Illinois B.A., Lake Forest .IACOB BERNSTEIN Oyster Bay, New York A.B., Rochester HARRY N. BLUM Shaker Heights, Ohio B.B.A., Michigan f ia H JACK LAURENCE BORST , ,Rf V B A Michigan State A,M,,MiC1-,igan ' -.51 Y 'jg' HUGO EDOUARD BRAUN, IR. YY . I wa .ii I Dearborn, Michigan Saginaw, Michigan B.A., Yale IIAMES CLAUDE BRAY Flint, Michigan A.B., Michigan DAVID F. BRECK Ann Arbor, Michigan B.A., Michigan State .IAMES A. BRIGGS Columbia City, Indiana A.B., DePauw 5? ? My 4,1 vw. , 'Wa' , we L C Wh' .r I 1, lf' 1a fi W5 PI-IILLIP C, BROUGHTON Dayton, Ohio B.A., Bowling Green THOMAS P. BROWNE, JR. 5958. 10"- ,V ii ,fig ' M is-'li x ll! 1 i Ov' .gn K 'vi ...AW 4' ..-vi' All f 1 I ...nn . wl- D " 1 if y E SHERMAN HOXVARD CONE Roslyn, New York B.S., Holy Cross ROBERT G. BUTLER, III Elwood, Illinois A.B., Haverford CHARLES S. CADNVELL, JR. LaGrange, Illinois B.S., Notre Dame .IOHN KEMPER CANNON Ann Arbor, Michigan B.A., Yale DAVID F. CARGO Manchester, Michigan A.B., M.B.A., Michigan ROBERT C. CASAD Wichita, Kansas A.B., M.A., Kansas GEORGE JOHN CASPAR Columbus, Ohio Ohio State ROY H. CHRISTIANSEN Royal Oak, Michigan A.B., Michigan EUGENE H. CIRANNI Dearborn, Michigan A.B., Michigan WILLIAM J. COLLINS Bethlehem, Pennsylvania B.A., Lehigh North Muskegon, Michigan B B A Michigan 351. rn ' vp 'Q DANIEL F. COUGHLIN, JR, Lexington, Massachusetts A.B., Tufts KENNETH B. CUTLER Pontiac, Michigan B.B.A., Michigan RICHARD EARL DAY Denver, Colorado B.S., Pennsylvania JERRY LEE DesJARDINS Owosso, Michigan A.B., Michigan JOHN R. DETHMERS East Lansing, Michigan A.B., Hope MARTIN MYLES DOCTOROFF Newton Centre, Mass. A. B. Harvard NATHAN BARRY DRIGGERS Detroit, Michigan B.B.A., M.B.A., Michigan fr E8 1, T I5 i f g A-5 t t ,wg A Nr if 1? FRANCIS B. DRINAN Saginaw, Michigan A.B., Michigan RALPH H. DYVAN, JR. X'Vashington, D.C. A.B., Michigan LOREN JOHN DYKSTRA Grand Rapids, Michigan -X B. Calvin RODCER THOMAS EDERER Akron, Ohio B.A., Akron JOHN ATEN ELDEN Shakti Heights Ohio ' BA Amherst 3, ', as I4 ff: 1- ,.,. 099 I Nfl-f A f 'viii ,frvvm Q 3. 'QS 1' r ' i K :iii 1 , " 'fail If fl v F in ' :gi ik' .Yu ai' X 'Ny STERLING J. EMERSON Washington, D.C. A.B., California LEROY EUGENE ENDRES . . J B iv'-4 Decatur, Illinois ' """" A.B., M.A., Ph.L., S.T.L., St. Louis LYNN EDWARD EPSTEIN Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan RALPH H. ERICKSON Egg Harbor, VVisconsin B.S., Lawrence THOMAS S. ERICKSON Duluth, Minnesota B.A., Carleton EUGENE CHARLES EWALD Flint, Michigan 'f B.A., Michigan State ROSCOE HORACE FALES Lewiston, Maine A.B., Bates EUGENE JOSEPH FARRUG Ypsilanti, Michigan B.B.A., Michigan JOHN HOXLEY FILDEXV Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan A.B., Michigan MARY C. FISHER Detroit, Michigan A.B., Middlebury GERALD ANTHONY FIX Mandan, North Dakota B.A., St. John's PHILIP A. FLEMING Chevy Chase, Maryland A.B., Cornell JOHN FRANCIS FOLEY Birmingham, Michigan B.S., Georgetown FREDERICK IV. FRALEY, III Cleveland, Ohio A.B., Princeton MARVIN D. FRANKEL Wcst Hempstead, New York A.B., Michigan ROBERT E. FREMLIN Milford, Michigan B.S.E., Michigan JAMES P. FRIED MAN Cincinnati, Ohio A.B., Michigan STEPHEN G. FUERTH Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan THOMAS L. GADOLA Flint, Michigan B.B.A., Michigan RICHARD W. GATES Columbia City, Indiana A.B., Michigan BERNARD M. GELBER Brooklyn, New York A.B., Michigan CHARLES N. GLASS Chicago, Illinois B.S., Illinois PAUL ALAN GOLD Chicago, Illinois B.S., Illinois GEORGE W. GRANGER Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B., Michigan :N - f 'av-'I 55 - R.: , ,Q " 'F-'I f p ' . g . f ? N .fl ' I WHITMORE GRAY Monroe, Michigan A.B., Principia FRANCIS R. GREBE lf f Rochester, New York 1 A.B., Rochester ARTHUR G. GREENBERG Lincolnwood, Illinois A.B., Illinois DAVID CHARLES GRIER Plymouth, Michigan A.B., Albion ALLAN WI GROSSMAN Detroit, Michigan A.B., Central Michigan ROBERT DEAN GUY Muncie, Indiana A.B., Michigan HENRY H. HANCOCK Paris, Tennessee B.S., Tennessee EDWARD C. HANPETER St. Louis, Missouri A.B., Cornell .IAMES R. HANSON Fremont. Nebraska A.B., Oberlin DONALD M. HASKELL Toledo, Ohio B.A., Wooster 'IOHN R. HATHAWAY Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B., Michigan RODERICK D. HAYES Lansing, Michigan B.A., Michigan State -4 . 0 -fe ,A 4, .V X t Q -'vas A N . , . Q - A , -'K.3??' .-,rgflmw .- .wr '--K 1. I ...Ngjfsw g -Svw-4..q " ,-fi' , . H, . , .1-,, rgift-'tai tif: .F . I ,:.. fl 4 'uw ' v ' 1 . , 'mmf 351 ,f""'-Q ' KENNETH H. HAYNIE Chicago, Illinois A.B., DePauw JOHN DAVID HERBERT Wlaslnngton, D.C. A.B., Princeton EIDWIN H. I-IOCHBERG Brooklyn, New York Syracuse HENRY M. HOGAN, JR. Birmingham, Michigan A.B., Holy Cross WS' N-..-I Y 4 lpn gn- 'rnoixms IAMES HUGHES Y ' 5 ' h QR Detroit, Michigan A.B., Detroit RICHARD M. I-IUGHEY Moorepack, Michigan A.B., IfVestern Michigan EVERETT L. HUIZENGA Morrison, Illinois A.B., Calvin ROBERT M. HUNZIKER Montclair, New Jersey B.A., Amherst ARTHUR T. IVERSON, JR. Ann Arbor, lXfIichigan A.B., Michigan PAUL R. JENKINS Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania A.B., Princeton LIVINGSTONE M. JOHNSON Pittsburgh, Pennsylvzmiu B.A., Howard CHARLES LAMB JOHNSTON Uniontown, Pennsylvania A.B., Michigan 'Pav qu- W Ns! , 5,2 y f Q n-0 955: N id' qi' 'K , 'f- HOWARD KAHLENBECK, JR Fort Wayne, Indiana B.S., Indiana 1 2 , I C DAVID KAUFMAN f Franklin Square, New York A.B., Michigan 3, ,.i, ? u ,gjgqg 55, ERIC EMIL KAUMA 4 . ,M ff- ,,, ' "E" ""' ""' ' Chassell, Michigan S .aa ,,.,..m ,, T 5 '41-M-fa, '1-- ' B.A., Michigan State WGS: 35? . ' .., 3" R f M ,i -.,'. , , , -Q . ..,,,.? KENNETH C. KELLAR, JR. Lead, South Dakota B.B.A., Michigan Q1 'fu-'B '31 if. CHARLES E. KELLER Dearborn, Michigan A.B., Princeton 5. PHILIP L. KENNEDY Hinsdale, Illinois ' 'WT' 'C 'l 'z,,-'ig' 2. j-M3125 B.S., Northwestern .- w. .1 TJQSHQQ, he mf , rig, Q , rn, .1-t .Sli 1: if Ll? fzf fr X DON HERBERT KENNEY if Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan ng, ' JAMES JOHN KILSDONK Detroit, Michigan A.B., Detroit RICHARD C. KING Hutchinson, Kansas B.S., Northwestern ROSS ALBIN KIPKA Cleveland Heights, Ohio B.A., Yale ' GEORGE KIRCOS Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan SIDNEY C. KLEINMAN Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan ROBERT L. KNAUSS Dctroit, Michigan A.B., Harvard JAMES JOSEPH KOBZA Muskegon, Michigan B.A., Sophia fTokyoJ RICHARD F. KOHN Chicago, Illinois A.B., Michigan RICHARD L. KOZLOWSKI Wyandotte, Michigan B.A., Michigan State FRANK M. LACEY Detroit, Michigan B.A., Toronto QCanaclaJ ARTHUR F. LAMEY, JR. Billings, Montana B.B.A., Michigan CARL F. LaRUE Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B., Harvard ROGER ALAN LAW Grand Rapids, Michigan B.S., Michigan ROBERT E. LAWSON Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan LATHAM B. LAWTON, JR Caspar, W'yoming B.S., Wyoming JAMES A. LEAVENGOOD Lansing, Michigan B.A., Michigan State RONALD S. LIEBER Michigan City, Indiana B.S., Indiana ROBERT ALLEN LINK Detroit, Michigan B.S., Wayne JAMES BRUCE LINVILLE Columbus, Ohio A.B., Ohio Wesleyan ARTHUR T. LIPPERT, JR Saginaw, Michigan A.B., Michigan DAVID D. LODWICK Excelsior Springs, Missouri B.A., Iowa Wesleyan KENNETH E. LONG Kalamazoo, Michigan A.B., Western Michigan GEORGE WING TAT LOO Honolulu, Hawaii B.S., Hawaii WILLIAM R. LUNEY Peoria. Illinois B.S., Northwestern I GEORGE F. LYNCH Toronto, Canada B.S., Michigan ANGUS G. MacDONELL Metairie, Loulsiana B.S., Yale HAROLD O. MacLEAN, JR. Santa Barbara, California B.A., Yale KENNETH G. MACKNESS Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan FREDERICK MAHAN Charleston, West Virginia A.B., Gettysburg ROGER CARL MARKHUS Toledo, Ohio B.B.A., Michigan J. DAVID MARKS New York, New York A.B., Michigan DAVID H. MARLIN Sharon, Pennsylvania A.B., Michigan MONTE KING MARSHALL , ff. , 3 'ap 5? il ii -f , f Flint, Michigan 1 A.B., Michigan s 4' Q P ,495 g 'V .9 ROBERT ANDREW MARTIN ' , y '5 IE' Pvs I ' Detroit, Michigan db, ' A.B., Dartmouth 1 A, I J.. l W' 4 ,MK s, ALLEN ITSURO MARUTANI l-lilo, Hawaii A.B., Michigan YVILLIAM G. MATEER Lake Charles, Louisiana A.B., Gettysburg NVENDELL E. MATHEWS, R. Cleveland, Ohio A.B., Ohio DONAID DEAN MEYERS Rugby, Noi th Dakota B S Noi th Dakota Agricultul il GEORGE E. MONTGOMERY Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan FRANK R. MORRIS, Jackson, Michigan BA Yale LLOYD D. MORRIS Eden, Michigan B A Michigan State 4 s , , y 7. X 5 1: X , I ii li I - r , , I. , itll ' Sd" nfl-no I vi' fl 1,727 X11 N F if . I L lk S Q23 was f- , I zf' fxivfa If 'E f R IO- X y?,Q,, CYRIL MOSCOW Detroit, Michigan A.B., Wayne DAVID LEE NELSON Ishpeming, Michigan B.S., Northern Michigan HOWARD N. NEMEROVSK1 Oak Park, Illinois B.S.E., Michigan E. WILLIAM OAKLAND Duluth, Minnesota B.I.E., Minnesota CHARLES D. OLMSTED Ann Arbor, Michigan B.S.F., Michigan JOHN T. OLTMAN Grand Rapids, Michigan B.S.E., Michigan STUART DAVID ORMAN Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan A ji 3' x if ., it . 1 I L14 . x N J.. in - 6 1 fwxfv.-'lf X v ., tx B6 CHARLES BENJAMIN PARK 'Q ' Raleigh, North Carolina B.S., North Carolina State WALTER J. PARKER, JR. Grosse Ile, Michigan B.S.Ch.E., M.S.E., Michigan RONALD RAY PENTECOST Cleveland Heights, Ohio B.A., Michigan State JULES MARTIN PERLBERG Marion, Indiana B.B.A., Michigan RUDOLPH MAX PLANERT Bad Toelz, Germany A.B., Kalamazoo 52 Kb s 59' 49 -a t Q' . .6 A A 5 'li f ff J 'X X K JAMES E. POHLMAN Columbus, Ohio A.B., Oberlin JAMES MORRIS PORTER Cleveland, Ohio A.B., John Carroll LAXVRENCE K. POSNER Chicago, Illinois A.B., Roosevelt THOMAS F. QUINN, JR. Saginaw, Michigan A.B Aquinas ALAN RAYWID Washington, D.C. A.B., Duke FRANK F. REED, II Riverside, Illinois A.B., Michigan THEODORE H. RENO Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan DON L. REYNOLDS Lodi, Ohio B.A., Baldwin Wallace DALE IVILLARD RHOADES Manchester, Michigan B.A., Michigan State JOHN TYLER ROGERS Detroit, Michigan A.B., Wayne DONALD B. ROSENBERG New York City, New York A.B., Michigan ROBERT ROSENFELD Detroit, Michigan B.S.E., Michigan SQ I 1' iv 'Vw .sqm Q' Q rg. new 'P' . 'Q J Q17 S Q-J Y A , f"3'f!.! X , , Y Q I Y A slut' I We 5 , M821 S its ak Q EMS." L XJ K. 1 . ? HERBERT JOHN RUSING Detroit, Michigan A.B., Wayne JAMES F. SAMS Bay City, Michigan B.S., Northwestern .IOHN M. SAYLOR Grosse Pointe, Michigan B.S.Ch.E., Detroit -IOHN PAUL SCHAEFER Rochester, New York B.A., Yale RICHARD ALAN SCHEER Brooklyn, New York A.B., Harvard ROBERT DEAN SCHULER Huntington VVoods, Michigan B S Northwestern 1 uw' "'1"""' ' 'mm 1 V "rr-f , I ,lf-fl2m. NORMAN SCHWARTZ Detroit, Michigan A.B., George Wfashington RAYMOND L. SCODELLER Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B., Michigan EDWARD EMMET SHEA Detroit Michigan A.B., Detroit THEODORE I-I SHIFF III Evanston, Illinois B.S., Illinois FRANCIS MCC. SMALL, JR. E Altadena, California A.B., Knox GERARD CHARLES SM ETANA New York, New York B A C C N Y 7 I L., 4 9? 1:2 AWHXN ROBERT W. STEELE X A ROBERT SNYDER, JR. Lyndhurst, Ohio A.B., Oberlin ANTHONY GEORGE SOSICH Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan BYRON LEE SPARBER Gary, Indiana B.B.A., Michigan Lansing, Michigan X B.A., Michigan State JACK D. SWEET Whitmore Lake, Michigan N B.A., Michigan State EARL TERMAN Cleveland Heights, Ohio B.S., Arizona RICHARD P. TINKHAM, JR. Hammond, Indiana B.A., DePauw JAMES MYER TOBIN I Columbus, Ohio .-x.B., M.s.c., Dartmouth THOMAS FRANCIS To1s1N if Washington, D.C. A.B., Princeton V 2 LEONARD TOBOROFF -Ielfersonville, New York A.B., Syracuse WILLIAM C. TODIA Cleveland, Ohio B.S., Xavier -IOHN CARLETON TOWER B.S.B.A., Northwestern Evanston, Illinois ffif Q' -B 'f 'fl'-2,1 at r f W ,, AM, A X l . l " gut l , r 1 -Yvfif 0 au. 9 -Rt U i'. ,is gi L . J :,, -f-,.- . -i s "I-F'-'iq ,mg 'S f ,,.s ist, S dl Q 'WW I .gil If Q . N. 'Sf s!llY",' it x fi It K YP' ,lg I get as .I xi ? 'xx-.Q S my . ' - ' Wt' "T"-'Q "aa: -x.' . Wx. Xi? " y si: E-were. , , -,,F.g.53!,' .- H. , :ww ', ' "' 3.,i:i. ffm' iii f ef ,X if -. -,gs ks- f .ffff 5 L I -iff 322155 .- - S,-E, ig x 3 ,,, I GERALD TUCHOW Detroit, Michigan A.B., Wayne CHARLES R. VALENZA Rochester, New York B.M., M.M., Rochester DAVID P. VAN NOTE Lansing, Michigan B.A., Michigan State JOHN T. VERGEER Grand Forks, North Dakota A.B., Hope CHARLES S. WAGGONER, II Grosse Pointe, Michigan B.B.A., M.B.A., Michigan INGRID EVA WAHLE Philadelphia, Pennsylvania A.B., Temple JEROME KARNES WALSH, JR. Kansas City, Missouri A.B., Georgetown R. WILLIAM WARD Cement City, Michigan A.B., Albion JOHN NELSON WASHBURN Hanover, New Hampshire A.B., Dartmouth A.M., John Hopkins CHARLES A .WASSERMAN, JR. Dayton, Ohio B.A., Northwestern BARRETT S. WAYBURN Huntington Woods, Michigan B.B.A., Michigan ROBERT BRADLEY WEAVER Leipsic, Ohio B.B.A., Michigan 'ii -vs- 'lui f "GL JOHN MONTGOMERY WEBB Sewickley, Pennsylvania , B.S.E., Princeton . , ij ROBERT BYRON NVEBSTER Birmingham, Michigan A.B., Michigan ALBERT DUNCAN WI-IITAKER Fort VVayne, Indiana B.A., Yale -IOHN L. YVILSON Hartville, Ohio B.A., Mount Union XVALTER F. XVOLF, JR. Cincinnati, Ohio B.A., Ilfoostcr PAUL BASIL WOLFE Rockaway, New Jersey A.B., Kenyon RICHARD R. WOLFE Chicago, Illinois B.S., Oklahoma A. 8: M. 'lv I P li STANLEY MITCHELL XVYNN ' Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B., Michigan LLOYD BENNETT YOUNG Detroit, Michigan A.B., Michigan .IOI-IN AUGUSTUS ZIEGLER u., - St. Clair Shores, Michigan A.B., Michigan RONALD GENE ZOLLARS Dearborn, Michigan A.B., Hillsdale .1 YT' RICHARD R ZUKOWSKI South Miami, Florida B S C DePaul we 'Q 'E'- X J 'L 3? iv .ar .MW qu Y -za JLI IOR CLASS THE AIUNIOR is pressed from all sides into a dual role: Ruth Barrons manages to brief Z1 case or two while preparing for a date. MORE AND MORE responsi- bilities keep piling up: the date problem having been satisfied, Rod Willcox has his hands full in this ease. 58 PRESIDENT and shepherd of the llock is faithful Chuck Ger linger. C35 f RELAXED SOMEWHAT after the Hrst year, the junior becomes more intimate with his profes- sors: Oppy is cornered at Goke's. RELIEVED that the hatchet never fell in his case, Gene Hart- wig has a friendly chat with Sam Estep. T H I S RELATIONSHIP be- comes closer as some juniors, like Fritz Brace, serve as research as- sistants for the faculty. PLACEMENT became another aspect of the curriculum: Blair Crownover, Loyal Bemiller, John Foster and A1 Dewey keep tabs on summer possibilities. THE TRANSITION was made from the common law to stat- utes: heavy research by A1 Ger- main kept L. Hart confused. 1 SUCCESSFUL CAMPBELL Hn- alists jim Feibel, Gil Wanger and John Lewis check on some of the Hner points with Case Club Judge Bob Webstrir. NOT ALL Law Review tryouts do their research in the stacks: Dud Chapman, Phil Jacobus, Tom Hoya and Bob Kapp found that cases could be tossed down in other places. FRESHM N CLASS I EB JERRY BADER, President. . soon starts the freshman lawyer appre- ciating his library and its opportunities NM A for full-bodied research and develop- Xb V I ment of lawyerblike techniques: Ai' Professor Coffey's orientation course HEAD.... HEART. .. . HANDS NIU! ll J, .J . 'FEI .L SQ , ax' .mf "lf F1 rsi' Per Su-M5 62 because BU Y u 2. YQJNEV me if 5 TLIN5 x-xivi cl SzgT:nesl'0f' And Roger Hindman, A.M."', C0nCll1CfS an ivy-type discussion on the Rule Against Perpetuities to an enthralled QD audience. " Afte The orientation continues apace . . . . The freshmen leam not to mix sweet with dry, Cook with Kappa. . . . fter the orientation week excitement ol 3556.89 bills at Overbeck's, Rovinski v. Rowe, Dean Stason's timely wel- come warning in re cans, and the University's personal greetings via registration, a somewhat befuddled but eager class of 1959 settled down to the more serious tasks of learning the operation of our legal system. Somehow the hodgepodge of married men, unmarried ladies, veterans and perennial schoolboys soon began to emerge from the dusty inner sanctum ol the library and indulge in the various social activities ollered by The Law Club and the outside world of Ann Arbor. Chief among these activities was our innovation of "The Last Blast," which saw scads of bashful Hrst year lawyers meet with hundreds ol charming coeds over punch and crumpets in the Law Club lounge and basement- an event acclaimed by all, not the least of whom were Mrs. Georgia Peavey and Mr. H. james Koehler. Having attempted with questionable success to cope with case club briefs and judges, and with the first combined mystery of prelims, the class of 1959, still eager if lrazzled a bit, welcomed diversions of "Suppressed Desire" and "W7igge and Robben, ex- change dinners, glee club concerts, and "Chancellor's Ball." The formation of a Committee to Investigate the Implementation of an Honor System, along with Psurls, Glee Club, SBA, the rousing of Res Gestae from the dead, and The Quad, took prominent parts in the extracurricular held. Wle watched the "pros" play ping pong, joined in basketball, hockey and other mostly seden- tary sports, and tried in vain to cheer the rest of the 80W whose heads fell from the Harvey hatchet, as post mortum to the midyear farce. 63 LIFE among the licorice stick set features Carmine de Brosnahan and friend.at an exclusive soiree. VERB OR NOUN, the embryo lawyer learns the meaning of "C0urt." If I fs' K' ' 1 , Xm-:gf - . Q - -. 1 REVOKE Q l f gr Z 2 Z' The advent of spring saw us pity the incoming midyear frosh, as they tuned a puzzled ear to Joiner's music, and begin to explore the wisdom of the evil cans. The imminence of the horrors of that final week in June did not dim the glories of coffee dates, blanket picnics in the Arb, kite-flying and pcnny-pitch- ing in the quad, and birthday parties in the P-Bell. "Grease Ball" lured us into illusory hope that all could not intellectually be in vain. After all there would not be room for all in Law Review, and maybe we'd see the hnals of Campbell Competition instead. The coming of spring turned the undergraduate-law-library users' minds to other than bookish pursuits, and we eagerly sought chairs in which to prepare the outlines for that final dreaded week. That final week? YVith President Jerry Bader faithfully leading, as a reasonably prudent first-year Wfolverine lawyer in the same or similar circumstances, that final week came and went so fast we did not know or care what had hit us. I , y 1. tin, .ky A qs., s L, A Q ,f X IRS 'W fwttfrn 'I' Q 5:11 if . tif' X 1' E 1 iilsfs' 5 if Q N ff V' ., ,. ii 'hi BRIAN KELLY. He wears his anonymity well .... BARTENDERH! 65 'Q ACTIVITIE Courting Justice in thc Temple ORDER OF THE COIF 'E he most ancient of all honor societies, the Order of the Coif, originally a forensic institution dating back to the thirteenth century in England, evolived out of a tight little group of distinguished jurists who would select new members from the ranks of the apprentices, who had to prove their superior ability by pleading a real action' in old Norman French. If these apprentices passed the test, they were initiated by a ceremony not unlike the coronation of royaltyg they were awarded the coif, a tight-fitting cap, which was worn constantly, even in royal presence. Judges were taken only from the Order. Today, the Order of the Coif is a national law school honor society, founded for the purposes of encouraging legal scholarship and advancing the ethical standards of the legal profession. Its members are selected by the faculty from the upper ten per cent of the September, February and June graduating classes, based upon the grade averages at the end of the fifth semester. The election and initiation ceremonies are held during the spring of each year. TEN PER CENTERS. STANDING: Mssrs. Lynch, Gray, Day, Whitaker, Fix, Manuel, Haynie, Gold, Casaclg SITTING: Mssrs. lfipka, Webb, Lacey, Butler, Steele, Tobin, Moscow, Nemerovski ROBERT GEORGE BUTLER, III GEORGE FREDERICK LYNCH ROBERT CLAIR CASAD EDWARD ALBERT MANUEL RICHARD EARL DAY CYRIL MOSCOYV GERALD ANTHONY FIX I-IOXVARD NORMAN NEMEROVSKI PAUL ALAN GOLD HAROLD HENRY PLASSMAN WHITMORE GRAY RICHARD JOSEPH RIORDAN ROBERT EMMETT HAMMELL MARTIN FRANK ROSTON EDWARD CARL HANPETER ROBERT NVILLIAM STEELE KENNETH HARLAN HAYNIE JAMES PATRICK TANNIAN PAUL ABELARDO HEINEN JAMES MYER TOBIN ROSS ALBIN KIPKA JEROME KARNES WALSH, JR. FRANK MICHAEL LACEY JOHN MONTGOMERY WEBB ALBERT DUNCAN WHITAKER 67 MICHIGA LAW REVIEW EDITOR-IN-CHIEF WHITMORE GRAY, of Michigan ASSOCIATE EDITORS EDWARD C. HANPETER, of Missouri DAVID L. NELSON, of Michigan FRANK M. LACEY, of Michigan GEORGE F. LYNCH, of Ohio JAMES M. TOBIN, of ohio JEROME K. WALSH, JR., of Missouri ROBERT C. CASAD, of Kansas ASSISTANT EDITORS JOHN A. BEACH, of New York NATHAN B. DRIGGERS, of Michigan THOMAS S. ERICKSON, of Minnesota GERALD A. FIX, of North Dakota ROBERT E. HAMMELL, of Michigan KENNETH E. HAYNIE, of Illinois ROSS A. KIPKA, of Ohio JULIAN LINDE, of New York WILLIAM R. LUNEY, of Illinois EDIIVARD A. MANUEL, of Illinois CYRIL MOSCOW, of Michigan ROBERT W. STEELE, of Michigan JOHN M. VVEBB, OfP61'l7'LSyl1!Cl7'llIl A. DUNCAN WHITAKER, of Incliana JOHN A. ZIEGLER, JR., of Michigan LEE N. ABRAMS, of Illinois HERBERT A. BERNHARD, of Michigan RICHARD E. DAY, of Colorado RODGER T. EDERER, of Ohio STERLING EMERSON, of Disl. of Columbia ROBERT I.. KNAUSS, of Michigan WILLIAM G. MATEER, of Louisiana MICHAEL A. MCNERNEY, of Ohio HOWARD N. NEMEROVSKI, of Illinois JULES M. PERLBERG, of Indiana JAMES M. PORTER, of Ohio JOHN L. WILSON, of ohio SENIOR EDITORS: REAR: Mssrs. Knauss, Whitaker, Webb, Luney, Ederer, Bernhard, Fix, Nemerovski, Manuel and Porter, MIDDLE: Mssrs. Day, Erickson, Beach, Ziegler, Kipka, Wilson, Abrams, Steele, Perlberg and McNerney5 FRONT: Miss Ruth Gray, Mssrs. Casad, Tobin, Walsh, Gray, Lacey, Nelson, and Miss Eleanora Eckert THE RED PENCIL CORPS: STANDING: Mssrs. Lynch, Casad, Nelson and Gray, Editor-in-Chief, SEATED: Mssrs Welch, Lacey, Cooperrider and Tobin FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD LUKE K. COOPERRIDER, Chairman LAYLIN K. JAMES JACK R. PEARCE JOHN VV. REED MANAGING EDITOR RUTH GRAY THE Law Review boys spent another busy year grinding out notes and comments. Thanks to the efforts of all concerned, the March issue was able to make its appearance in March. Members of the Upper Stall have worked long and hard in the rarihed atmosphere of the fourth lloor of Hutchins Hall at their assigned task of making sure that each writer's work is covered with the proper number of relevant and irrelevant comments and corrections when it is handed back to him for another try. Since this is their only function, the Stall' fand the Editorj go at this job with perseverance and a good deal of relish. Undaunted by these machinations, however, the writing side of the stall managed to produce at excellent quality and quantity levels for volume 55. QSee 55 Mich. L. Rev. 1 et seq., 1956-57.5 This year's Junior Class produced the largest group of tryouts ever to go through the Review indoctrination program - almost 60. During the course of the year the members of the group produced some excellent material in spite of all the hurdles created by diligent Associate editing. In the spring semester they embarked - very successfully - on a program of advance sheet reading and case selections. Although it was reported that some members of the group thought that they were in a training course for VVest Digest writers, the experience con- stituted a substantial and much-needed addition to the tryout program. Under the competent guidance of George Lynch, the Review engaged in an active social program during the year, sparked by the Tea and a picnic outing in the fall, a series of monthly luncheons for the senior stall, and climaxed by the Banquet for all members of the Review in May. 69 STLIDE HENRY H. HANCOCK Vice President ROBERT B. YVEBSTER President, The Lawyers Club JOHN A. BEACH Presiding Judge, Case Clubs VVHITMORE GRAY Editor-in-Chief, Law Review T BAR ASSOCIATIO BOARD O lf DIRECTORS JOHN D. HERBERT President -.V DONALD DE YOUNG Senior Class President CHARLES D. GERLINGER Junior Class President GERALD L. BADER, JR. Freshman Class President Non-Voting lXlCll1lJCI'SZ ALBERT GERMAIN Secretary-Treasurer CHARLES E. KELLER Chairman, Legal Aid Society ROGER A. LAW Manager, SBA Bookstore FRANK F. REED Editor, The Quad DONALD D. MEYERS JERRY P. BAUGH Chairman, National Placement Chairman, ALSA Publicity EGON M. GROSS JOHN T. KEI-IOE Chairman, ALSA Insurance Editor, Res Gestac H. JAMES KOEHLER ROBERT ROSENFELD Chairman, Honor System Business Manager, The Quad ' DIANE SMALLEY President, SBA Auxiliary THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. STANDING: Mssrs. Reed, Rosenfeld, Kehoe, Koehler, Keller, Gerlingerg SITTING: Mssrs. Bader, Webster, Hancock, Herbert, Germain and De Young. 70 F 15 11 5 I .img ' Y- rims its-'Y Q -13 f- J' . I S wg. - Q fa 23:2 'L f 39 -it 1851 I g' If ' - B -'Foil' X! ' 1' LECTURE SERIES included a rousing free-for-all by Irving Goldstein of the Chicago Bar, shown above between John Herbert and Henry Hancock. RES GESTAE. STANDING: Fred Furth, Mike Ryan, Frank Carringrong SITTING: Kevin Smee and John Kehoe, Editor. SBA BOOKSTORE con- tinued its money-savmg operations under the management of Rog Law, shown at right with his predecessor, Spider Webb. x .. . ,mm vi THE QUAD. STANDING: John Kehoe, John Tower, Scott Hodes, Peter Knowltong SITTING: Bob Rosenfeld Business Manager, and Frank Reed, Editor. JOHN BEACH Presiding Judge JOHN F ILDEW Bates JAMES LINVILLE Campbell ALAN RAYWID Carpenter GERALD FIX Champlin PAUL JENKINS Christiancy CHARLES SWAN Clark DUNCAN WHITAKER Cooley ROBERT WEBSTER Day ' HARRY BLUM Fead 1956 HENRY M. CAMPBELL COMPETITION. LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Benson, Charles Renfrewg Hon. Henry M. Butzel, former Associate Justice, Michigan Supreme Courtg Hon. Thomas F. McAllister, Circuit Judge, U.S.C.A., 6th Circuitg Justice Tom C. Clark, Associ- ate Justice, U.S. Supreme Courtg Hon. Edward Lumbard, Circuit Judge, U.S.C.A., 2nd Circuitg Professor S. Chesterfield Oppenheimg Richard Madden and Norman Gaar. 1 .. LW, ,. , CASE LLIB SENIOR IUDGES: REAR: Mssrs. Grossman, Jenkins, Luney, Filclew, Blum, Nemerovski, Webster, Abrams, FRONT, ON THE WOOLSACK: Mssrs. Steele, Swan, King, Linville, Beach, Wilson, Whitaker and Fix. THE Case Clubs olf the l.aw School are moot courts before which student members argue cases as though before an appellate tribunal. The earliest record of a Case Club at the University ol lN'Iichigan is that ol the Cooley Club, dated 1923. It had sixteen members. Moot court compe- tition predates the organization of the Cooley Club, but il other Clubs existed, their records have not been preserved. In 1925, the Marshall, Kent, Story and Holmes Clubs were organized and a program ol' interclub competition was established. There are now eighteen Case Clubs named after distinguished lXfliehigan jurists, each having a permanent organization continuing from year to year. Up to twenty-four incoming freshmen are assigned to each Club in the hrst week olf school, and they ordinarily remain in that Club for their two years in the Case Club system. WILLIAM LUNEY Fletcher ROBERT STEELE Grant EDWARD ADKINS HOWARD NEMEROVSKI Graves SIDNEY KLEIN MAN Hutchins ALLAN GROSSMAN Knappen MONTE MARSHALL Knowlton RICHARD KING Montgomery JOHN WILSON Rogers GEORGE KIRCOS LEE ABRAMS Woodward 1957 CAMPBELL COMPETITION FINALISTS Lee Abrams and James Feibel, Petitioners, against ohn. ugene Wanger, Respondents. U1 -. 4 ' im! x u 1 1 , ilk. I n ir . K . - I, 'ff j, L 1 Y ' U MMM ' z. sk' M,-'1,,..,qffEg,w g 7 ww' , W N, . ,tq fbf ,4,f?,n4,. X cfm we 1 'Qi 4 1.4 ,awk "4"-321' 114' ,sv w 1 m I I. -I. '1 1 Y' 5 J " 1 gv S ,A I 1 A. - Xxil ., .ng A .mlm ,I ., , E6 W . Q A, N - 'Q f 'ral .1 Aw. 'Dfw X' .,y.' 'F 4 'W . 4331- ,V M-,gm ' if Xlgh -iz g ,X ,5?Qafv-wg-i. wwf? 2411 ruff:-, Q, - 0 I- YV4 A .ke 'Q '.:vf:-' .,.fv P4 A sf' 5 - fx-2 - . . Q 7 fN': 74 4 , 2 ' f' L.: L .A g r .A A f- .5 'W' f. .Lgwgf 4 ' ' f .t!.' -2- .. --2 .+.- f.M,5?'5 .f '95 f "'1 -'wif' 'iffv :"'9'f5' " iw- 'V "M . 'A A H ' N' f"7'. " 921 '- P. '- xi i? 7gi!2fif9':gf???Kvff'2lxflff?Sf'1f V I r M 9 7 ' "fl ' l"'- . ' ' ' f'-25' '5'1'i": S,-- vw:":Q,4.Q-.w " ,". . , X AQAAW M57 "R kt rwv-iivqi.. A.,W45,...fi ,L 4 ,g - - A- . Q I, ,mu f. Mqlafzgbz, 3,-, Q4 I .M--5,50 , , ,. N A ,, 'Sill Kwik my ,,,.u,, ,- ' T7 ,Z 5 .. - .:!."3:3' Srfwn 3 ,hull 'f'A -W--M5M" is --.......- 'fs ...M--.. ..., "' .,, pm.. a . , Y 1 W.'s 4 if P' 1? , ig. fMK ' s wi ,Q -Q. -comma--1 -Q Q1--N--,, '- - ,,j--. ,M 5' fu 1 Q w xi Q e A ,5 I . ---r . , 5 f'1m7il"i"' .. .,,,,,-. , I sf, ..t,,,..,N.,vf'f..2i' WITH SPRING the Club members' fancy turns to kite-Ilying, penny-pitching, or just watching the coeds parade by at the noon hourg others turn to more vigorous pursuits, tennis, golf or sailing. rl A l Q ' QQNQ-,ln li 7 LEGAL RESEARCH leads one to many interesting places. Early in the fall many legal beagles can be found chasing a brown pigskin over a verdant fifty yard area, fondly termed a gridiron. Last season the l,aw Club team completely ballled its opponents, who never succeeded in reaching paydirtg nor did the lawyers scoreg but due to their defensive manoevres, they closed the season with an impressive 3-l record. The winter months saw the volleyball team come through in the third place playoffsg but the hoopsters went down before the PADS in the second place playolls. The Law Club's bid for a hfth consecutive championship in ping-pong was also stopped cold by the PADS. Still undeter- mined and something to shoot for are the results on the baseball diamond. And if this, too, comes to naught, there is some dis- cussion of forming a Law Club cricket team. 76 IT TAKES ALL KINDS and within the cloislcrcd hulls may bc found saints Qabovcj and sinners Qbclowj. SJ X E: if Y-na' 77 - N 3 LAW CLUB GLEE CLUB: REAR: Mssrs. Shea, Gray, Muir, Blackall, james, Reichenbach FRONT: Mssrs. Chang, LaFuze, Padwe, Slye and Bruckerg MISSING: Ms sts. Dieterich, H. Dilworth, Majores, Markhus and Valentine COMBINED CONCERT with Martha Cook Glee Club at thc Christmas Musicale. MOST POPULAR of the Law Club affairs are the Open Houses, for which debonair A1 Raywid has a keen nose and a staunch stomach. '79 PECIAL EVENTS AMONG the visiting lecturers sponsored by the SBA was Conor O'Brien, the Irish Free State delegate to the United Nations, who spoke on the dual crisis of Hungary and Suez. VARIOUS PHASIZS ol' the legal profession was the topic of a panel discussion on March I2 in which S. Elden supported individual practice, Clan Crawford, jr., upheld the small law lirnn, Hobart Taylor, -Ir,, spoke in favor ol' the Government trial lawyer, and Stratton Brown defended practice with the large law Hrm. 80 .-"',f,iv THE GREATEST Sl-IOYV ON EARTH, with Irving Goldstein of Chicago giving a demonstration of his methods in teaching trial technique, was of so much interest that Room 100 over- flowed, and some of our Hnest products wilted under his hazing. -1:4 l MOST AWAITED EVENT of the year, how- ever, is St. Patrick's Day at the P-Bell, for there is many a Kelly and Sullivan and Pawloski amongst us, and their thirst is unquenchable. 81 I x 1 ' M W r 1' '9"'. " I , -...L --sa mg! -1. S L' fir- .' iid! 1 E252 AN OLD RIVALRY was resumed this year when a well-organized band of six slipped past the Engineer guard at tl1e League and successfully marched off with the old and battered Slide Rule in order to advertise Chancel1or's Court. Sus- pecting that the Engineers would retaliate after having lost face, the Rule in Slide's Case was quietly returned, but this did not prevent a whitewashed T-square from appearing the next day in the middle of the quad, to the horror of the dean. OUR XVORK would not be done without recording the historic event pictured belowg penny-pitching has become a cherished institution. tn, NP ,' "5 " ..,,3'.' ' K-,:"i1-lfCuj"4i1A ' -vw' , , .A ...qwit ws . -4, -if' , 'Q , . wg' i , '- f -, ,..f-'- v 1. . 9--3 -- ,,,glv""' 'K 5554-..3.:?"' 'i -gg 'if' 82 .e 5 S HLA -f Claws-1 ,3 B-5fIlIII5f!3"I?Zi P LIRFS The Ann Arbor Surf Board Riding and Moun- tain Climbing Society is a traditional organiza- tion of law students who enjoy singing, for p leasure, for the inhrin, and for proht. Its repertoire ranges from songs we like to sing to songs we like to sing. Occasionally it Hts in one the audience likes to hear. Nevertheless, the Psurfs have become synonymous with the best in entertainment across the campus. 83 RON PENTECOST Director JOHN HERBERT TI-IEMI MAJOROS First Tenors BOB BROWN LOYAL BEMILLER JERRY IGL Second Tenors SAM CARPENTER BOB ELLIOT DICK BRUNN Baritones DICK KABAKER BILL ROONEY JIM CHAPEKIS Basses NOT SITTING THIS ONE OUT. ON FOOT: Mssrs. Beach, Shehan, Webster, Pohlman, Nemerovski, Blum, Whitaker, Small, Steele, Dwang MOUNTED: Mssrs. Lynch, llanpeter, Gray, Ziegler, Fleming, Zollars, Raywid, Wilson, Tobing CROSS-LEGGED: Mssrs. Fildew, Kipka, jenkins, Linville, Marshall and Luney. SENIORS John Beach Harry Blum Ralph Dwan John Fildew Phil Fleming 'Whit Gray Paul Jenkins Ross Kipka Jim Linville Bill Luney George Lynch Monte Marshall Nemo Nemerovski Jim Pohlman Al Raywid Bill Shehan Mac Small Bob Steele Jim Tobin Jerry Walsh Bob Webster Dune Whitaker John Wilson John Ziegler Ron Zollars JUNIORS Harry Baldwin Chuck Gerlinger Gene Hartwig Tom Hoya Dean Lewis john Lewis john Morrow Gerry Rapp Mike Scott Tom Troycr BARR! TERS '10 fix 42? 'gf WIN- ll II URIC, JR., a sometime unicorn in the garden, fattens up for the 1956 Crease Ball. ,az Cllll ON THE wt stttxffll only one Shopping day 'til .LJIGGE wicca-Z + ROBE XVINNER ol the hrst and only sports car race through the corridors of Hutchins I-lall, Barrister VValsl1 has decided to retire the Hamlin MG for posterity. omposed of 35 upperclassmen who possess various and sundry academic and social talents, in addition to black string ties, the Barristers have been conducting semi-annual law library bell-ringing sessions Qin one library or anotherj since 1904. In addition to sponsoring a pre-party and a dance each semester, NVigge Ek Robbe in the fall, Crease Ball in the spring, and putting out an annual publication olf somewhat questionable merit, The Raw Review, the Barristers make a yearly ,contribution to the operation of the Case Clubs, and they have established a S5250 scholar- ship which is awarded each fall to a deserving member ol' the senior class in the law school. The Society's constitution states that the object "shall be the social and professional ad- vancement ol' its members and ol' the law school." And while this basic objective has changed little over the years, particular traditions have Colne and goneg the black string ties, for example, did l10t make their lirst appearance until 19117. Each spring the members select ten men from the junior class to perpetuate the group the fol- lowing fall, and in the l'all those ten elect an additional hlteen. 1591 IA! ll ISGS! Henry Baldwin Jim Beaman Jim Briggs Dick Buford Bob Burns Jolm Cannon Roy Christianson Dan Coughlin PHI DELTA PHI KENT INN 15311 OFFICERS JERRY WALSH President CHIP SHELTON Treasurer JOHN DETHMERS Secretary TOM LEITHAUSER House Manager RALPH DXIVAN Historian Phil Jacobus Don Jaeobusse Charles Jolmston Ken Kellar Ross Ki pka Bob Kirchgessner Dick Langs Carl LaRue John Morrow Steve Moyer Bob Nederlander Nemo Nemerovski Hal O'Connell Ray Olson Jim Pohlman Gerry Rapp Sring JIM POI-ILMAN JOHN TUCKER JOHN DETHMERS TOM LEITHAUSER RALPH DYVAN Rod XVilcox Jim X'Vills mm ,A 'iii Ns .Q President XValsh Fred H ovde George Karch John Ziegler Jim Kennedy Dick Zukowski Russel Kinnel Brewster Blackall Vic Krupman John Boyles Bill Leighner Frank Bracken Bill McKenzie Bob Branigan Alex MacMillan Ken Cutler Dick Day John Dethmers Ralph Dwan Henry Eckhart Bob Elliott John Fildew Phil Fleming Floyd Fraley Bob Greenberger John Herbert Jim Humphreys Bob Hunzicker Chuck Irvin Art Iverson John Baity Roger Law Tom Leithauser Dean Lewis John Lewis Jim Linville Bill Luney George Lynch Bob McAlister Bill McCarty Angus MaeDonell Frank MacLaughlin Hal MacLean Don Meyers Dan Miller Frank Morris Bill Shehan Chip Shelton Mac Small Don Smith Phil Smith John Snyder Mike Stroup Joe Sullivan Dick Tinkham Jim Tobin Emmet Tracy John Tucker Jerry Walsh Bill VVaugaman Barry X'Vayburn 86 George Buchanan Jolm Conlin Bill Cooley Don Dalman Harry Martens Carl Meyers Don Miller Dave Nixon Jolm Emens Roger Furst Dave Genger Paul Graeey Caspar Grathwahl Charles Heard Garry Heher Dave Henry Ned Heppenstall Max Hildebrand Paul Hirt George Parker Gerry Prescott Fritz Reichert Dave Rollins Tom Rowe Mike Scott Dave Smalley Hilary Snell Dick Stubbe Bill Tell Max Valentine Bob XfVeinbaum ,Xi :ag President Polilmztn ,IOC Sullivan Qon the floor as usualj and friends partake of Il little Sunday afternoon banjo playing with all thc trimmings. ,I X ,Xi 'lm MADISON STREET WHO'S WHO? LEFT, REAR: Mssrs. Luney, Heard, Heppenstall, Karch, Langs, D. Lewis, Bracken, Emens, llovde, Coughling MIDDLE: Mssrs. Iverson, Linville, Day, jacobusse, Beaman, LaRue, Johnston, I-lunziker, Branigang FRONT: Mssrs. Henry, F. Fraley, Boyles, Cooley, Kipka, Grathwahl, Bufford and Briggs. RIGHT, REAR: Mssrs. Dethmers, Miller, Hirt, MacLean, Fildew, Tobin, Inverson 2d5 MIDDLE: Mssrs. Snell, Christiansen, Valentine, Kennedy, Krupman, Martens, G. Parker, Prescottg FRONT: Mssrs. Snyder, Nederlandcr, Nemerovslci, P. Smith, Pohlman, Ziegler, Wills and Weinbaum. J ' 1 my W4 -.0 4 I , yu 'J' I JAINQSI7 I3AI1iii1IBI15L CHAQEE 1 Fall OFFICERS Spring rg: RON ZOLLARS justice HANK HOGAN J -I ?': HANK HOGAN Vice Justice GIL WANGER WALLY WOLF Clerk BILL CARLSON A GERRY PADWE Treasurer JERRY PADWE W05- JON DESENBERG Niarshal GERRY IOL JIM KILSDONK Rushing Chairman JOHN KEHOE Justice Zollars Harry Asch Tom Croxton Dick Hamilton Chet Lawrence Dick Rosenthal Roger Babb Irv Curry Gene Hartwig Jim LC21VCI1g00d Monty Reed Dick Baenen Jon Desenberg Tony Haswell Stu Lerman Mike Ryan Bill Biilph Harry Dilworth Peter Hay George Marti John Schaefer JCTYY Bflugh Ray Dittrich Hank Hogan Bob Martin Ed Shea John Beach Marty Doctorolf Wolfgang Hoppe Bill Mateer Bill Slye George Benko Barry Driggers Tom Hoya Bill-Matheson Kevin Smee George Bennett Frank Drirlan Tom Hughes Budd Maxlield Gerry Smetana Fred Benson Mort Berlield Stan Bergman Herb Bernhard Ralph Boches Dave Breck Bill Brehl Tom Browne Ed Bureau Bob Butler Art Byrne Don Carlin Bill Carlson Tom Carstens Dud Chapman Ken Christiansen Bruce Cook Dave Crocker Blair Crownover Rodger Ederer Jack Elden Joe Erdman Gene Ewald Gene Farrug Jack Fingerish Gus Fichera Gerry Fix Hugh Fletcher Fred Fraley Lynn Fromberg Mal Frombcrg Dexter Galloway Dick Gates Joe Gemignani Roger Golden Frank Grebe Jim Hall Al Haller Dick Hughey Gerry Igl Don James John Jeandrevin Bob Kapp John Kehoe John Kelly Jim Kilsdonk Bruce King John Kline Bob Knauss Jim Koehler Harry Krause Chris Krueger Dick Kurland Frank Lacey Dick Lafuze Art Lamey Tom Lang Kent McKee Marty McKevitt Jerome Meeker Bill Meikle Bob Mitchell Ron Modlin Jim Moore George Montgomery Lloyd Morris Roger Needham Dave Nelson Bill Oakland Joe O'Neal Dave Ong Gerry Padwe Bruce Parsons Lou Perlmutter Phil Placier John Powell Lee Snyder By Sparber Bob Steele Earl Terman Tom Tobin Bob Trinkle Dave VanNote John Vergeer Bob Volpe Gil Wzlnger Mike Watts Bob Webster Steve Weinstein Dunc Whitaker Len Wilcox John Wilson Wally Wolf Dick Wolfe Ron Zollars iz Olin L. Browder V Alfred F. Conard Iusticc Hogan FACULTY Rinaldo Bianchi B. J. George, Jr. , Charles W. Joiner William R. Leslie jack R. Pearce Marcus L. Plant john W. Reed Richard V. Wellman L. Hart Wright Hessel E. Yntema THE WORLD'S FOREMOST LAW FRATERNITY: LEFT TO RIGHT, REAR: Mssrs. jeandrevin, Berfield, Carstens, Hughey, Bureau, Bernhard, Haller, Boches, Hamilton, Balph, Benson, Hoya, Kilsdonk, H. Dilworth, Terman, Lacey, Powell, Meikle, Morris, J. Koehler, Hall, Mitchell, Lerman, Blank, Marting STANDING, Mssrs. M. Fromberg, Crownover, Brehl, Hoppe, Igl, Carlin, Browne, Fletcher, Eclerer, Fraley, Grebe, Fix, Ewald, McKevitt, Volpe, Vergeer, VanNote, Rosenthal, 89 Montgomery, Tobin, Christiansen, Watts, Knauss, Weinstein, Wolfe, Modlin, Ryan, SEATED: Mssrs. Erdman, L. Fromberg, Croxton, Benko, Desenberg, Padwe, Hogan, Wanger, Carlson, Bergman, James, Asch, Reed, Galloway, Fichera, P. Koehler, Breck, Leavengood, Sparber, Smetana, McKee, Placier, Slye, Krause, Maxfieldg SQUATING: Mssrs. Marti, W. Wolf, Lamey, Parsons, Smee, Moore, Perlmutter, Wilcox, Shea, Kehoe and Oakland. 1 5 DELTA THETA PHI OFFICERS !!'!"'v ' wr- s IQIQ TONI GADOLA, Dean JACK NVEBB, Secretary A K JINI SAMS, Vice Dean CHUCK GERLINGER, Bailill DON DODGE, Treasurer LOYAL BEMll,I.ER, Tribune Dean Gndoh I-IARDING XVILLIAMS, Master of the Ritual Bill Apgar Jerry DCSJil1'dinS Don Haskell Bob Lewis Rob Schuyler Charlie Ardery Don DeYoung Ken I-Iaynic Dave Lodwick Henry Sheldon Bruce Bailey Ev Dilworth Bob Higgins Bob Logan Dave Shute Dave Bailey Don Dodge Clinton House Ed Lyons Dave Smith Loyal Bemillcr Dick Donahue John Hurley illllCllll Majoros Dick Sith Dwayne Berner Ron Bieke Dick Bilby Dick Bourbon Bill Bowser Barry Branch Phil Broughton Roger Brosnahan Dave Brower Bob Brown Malcolm Campbell Charles Cadwell Bob Casad Jim Chapekis john Chase joe Defley Tom Donahue Tom Erickson Roscoe Fales Sal Fauci john Foley John Foster Tom Gadola Paul Gaston Al Germain Chuck Gerlinger Norman Goetzke George Granger Whit Gray John Grimm Joe Cruel Hank Hancock Dave Huthwaite John Jackson Marten Jenkins Paul Jenkins Tom Joseph Howie Kahlenbcck Chuck Keller Brian Kelly Bernie Kennedy Barry King Dick King Ronald Kull Dan Learned Wfayne Leengran Louis Lemp Carlisle Lewis 90 Monte Marshall Dick McClurg I-Iannes Meyers joel Mills Chuck Moore Pete Obbard Charlie Park Ron Pentecost Carl Peterson joe Pilkington Bob Ritchie Tom Reinstadtler George Richards Tom Rose l-Ierb Rusing .lim Sams Iohn Souther ifoe Spellman George Stewart Bill Stodghill -lack Sweet -.Iohn Swinford -Aloe Thatcher john Toomey George 'Frubow Ed Walker Ulohn VVatson Roger WVatson .lohn Webb Harding Williams Tom Wyncoop Ben Young C . , , I , x . The height of sopllistication appears to bc in cvi shown toward cvcryonc clsc's date, but this makes dance by the IIIILICSI. il most suucsslul panty HILL STREET MAINLINE. LEFT, REAR: Mssrs. Dodge, Carpenter, D. Smith, Pilkington, Sheldon, H. Meyers, Bilby, Bourbon, Logan, jackson, P. jenkins, M. Ienkinsg MIDDLE: Mssrs. Apgar, Fauci, Hurley, B. Bailey, Branch Sams, Gray, R. King, E. Dilworth, Desjardins, Swinfordg FRONT: Mssrs. Ritchie, Majoros, Brosnahan, Casad, Webb, T. Erickson, Gerlinger, Gadola, Bemiller, Walker, Young and Kull. RIGHT: SITTING: Mssrs. Williams, Gra Hancock, Chapekis, Defley, Lemp, Foley and Fales. 91 yn 1926. Glynn Barnett Blair Benjamin Jack Bernstein Bill Collins Sherm Cone Bernie Gelber Marv Gerber ,Ben Goff TAU EKEILQU. RH0 F2111 OFFICERS spring Y. Q SID KLEINMAN Chancellor BILL COLLINS 'r', JIM KOBZA vice Chancellor Bois HOERNER ' ' DICK KOHN Master of the Rolls BARRY KROLL TONY SOSICH Bursar I-IANLEY GURWIN JACK BERNSTEIN Historian WOLF HABER ' Chancellor Collins Hanley Gurwin Eric Kauma Dave Nlarks Wally Handler Sid Kleinman Dan Nlillg Bill Seils Wolf Haber Jim Kobza -Iohn Oltman John Shepherd Scott Hodes Dick Kohn Stu Orman l-Ierb Solomon Bob Hoerner Lee Kramer Lyle Parr Tony Sosich Alan Horowitz Barry Kroll Jules Perlberg Barry Stulberg Frank Jacobs Larry Kron Bob Rosenfeld joel Tauber Livy johnson Stu Lefstein Len Schwartz jerry Traum Dick Kilbilker Dave Lewis Norm Schwartz Ed York INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD. REAR: Mssrs. Cone, Lewis, Rosenfield, Parr, Hodes, Kabaker, Gelber, N. Schwartzg MIDDLE: Mssrs. Horowitz, Stulberg, llandler, Oltman, York, Kramer, Mills, Goff, johnson, Perlbergg FRONT: Mssrs. Seils, Benjamin, Bernstein, Sosich, Kleinman, Collins, Hoerner, Kroll, Gurwin and Haber. Chancellor Kleinman F 5 ...-p 'Q' A rr n address by Mr. Justice Edwards ol the Michigan Supreme Court on some A of the psychological aspects of juvenile cases highlighted the TER Home- coming Dinner-Dance. A month later the group made a very informative tour of the Detroit circuit and federal court system. And on another occasion it had the privilege ol discussing the problems of juvenile crime with an ollicial of the Washtenaw County Juvenile Court. These events recall only a few ol the legally oriented events of the fall program, which also included cocktail parties and numerous evening social functions-pleasant diversions from academic headaches. 92 KAPPA BETA PI ANN MIDDLETON, President MARY ANDERSON, Secretary PATRICIA STODDARD, Treasurer DICTUM DOLLIES. ACROSS THE BOARD: Mary Anderson, Louise Milligan, Ruth Barrons, Marilyn Morris and Ann Middleton. 31? sv " 1 '-"5 i g Mary Anderson Ruth Barrons Suzanne Berman Jacqueline Berthelot Mary Fisher Ann Middleton Louise Milligan Marilyn Morris Patricia Stoddard Barbara Mlapner TOASTMASTERS INTERNATI ONA PHI ALPHA DELTA TOASTMASTERS CLUB asf kiig.. by Fall OFFICERS Spring GEORGE BENKO President DON JAMES maggie GIL WANGER vice President JOE O'NEAL I DON JAMES Secretary-Treasurer BILL MEIKLE MOMENTARILY JOE O'NEAL Sergeant-at-Arms FRED BENSON SPEECHLESS STANDING: Mssrs. Kilsdonk, MODIS, Koehler, Lacey, Slye, Terman, Padwe. Volpe, Fix, Reed, Ederer. Wanger, Smetana, Wolf, Hogang SEATED: Mssrs. Breck, Benson, Meikle, james, Benko and O'Nea1 George Benko Fred Benson Dave Breck Rodger Ederer jerry Fix Hank Hogan Don James jim Kilsdonk Jim Koehler Frank Lacey Bill Meikle jim Moore joe O'Neal Gerry Padwe Monty Reed Mike Ryan Bill Slye Gerry Smetana Earl Terman Bob Volpe Gil Mfanger Wally Wolf Within thc Quad, Beauty that Knows no Season 94 Q 1 ,, - ' jigs F. if.: : any iii A f Anti W W. . . r- 'Fry Q-eg . Q A ' W i'?M'Lf f A R bs Xb, ,UF ' I . rdf' ..., ,Q nd V H y if N'f'f"fs- , ffm V ll, , ,,,,, ' 5 , my.- W, W , My W' ' - ,'Mf - ' ' M. L 9 Cl .- -1,1 W .- 3 A ' ' 3 2 X ' -V U ,Q,,j'1Y?"'w,fj K' Y, Z - . 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