University of Michigan Law School - Quad Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

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I 14' I Q , 'N I 31.2 lan :aj '- ", N, . .- gj' :EIU gg:. .ugP,1'i f 'f'1--,...:r' 4 ,J NE V - il-Q "'i"LQr f' L Q-74 ' uri! ' 3, ' --11 NJ -. ... FM" ' ' ' ' " -1' Hn- lf' Ji 'Yi 1 ' 11. . l Y, , ' ' Y - 'A' 'ill 1.'RlQx gn. I - 'f' V -, -f .,. T I VIEW OF LIBRARY ACROSS LAW QUAD AERIAL PANORAMA OP THE LAW SCHOOL AS AN INSTITUTION The Law School, like any institution, evolved from the cumulative foresight of leaders and the good sense of fol- lowers into something which is both a process and a physical entity. Fittingly, the goal towards which all of us-students and faculty alike-have labored was stated by William W. Cook, who in an act of magnificent philan- thropy provided a home for the aspirations of generations of legal educators. In 1929, as the Law Quadrangle was being built, Mr. Cook wrote a long letter to the Lawyers Club. In view of his conception of legal education, the fact that he ad- dressed himself to the school collectively rather than to one man takes on more significance than it might seem to carry at first notice. Mr. Cook regarded the Law School as much more than a place to exchange information. Be- hind the quadrangle which sprouted at his will lay a far- reaching, but definite, goal. "To my mind," he wrote, "there are three great things. . . to accomplish: Q11 to furnish leaders for this republic, Q25 to produce competent, honest law- yers, CBJ to state American jurisprudence. Leadership l place ahead of everything. By leadership I mean character, force, and broad views. First of these, please take notice, Iput character." Dean Henry M. Bates, who accepted Mr. Cook's gift to his law school, discounted the folklore he saw gathering around the school's benefactor. "As a student in the Law School," he wrote in 1934, "it is reported that fMr. Cookj was quiet, earnest, but unobtrusive, making no demon- stration of becoming an enthusiastic alumnus of the school." Dean Bates also denied that Mr. Cook had con- ceived of the project in its entirety in the sort of super- natural vision mentioned in some plaudits. Far from apocrypal dreaming, Mr. Cook, a lawyer's lawyer, worked it out slowly, step by deliberate step, with the final result reflecting his concern for detail. But the Law School already had 63 years of official history behind it in 1922, when one of its "unobtrusive" students decided to present it with a substantial part of the 316,000,000 he gave to the University of Michigan. Unofficially, it was much older-exactly how much was settled by the Supreme Court of Michigan, 4 Mich. 213 118567, which held that the University fwith provisions for legal studiesj had been founded by the territorial legisla- ture August 26, 1817 by a statute entitled "An Act to establish the catholepistemiad, or university of Michi- gania." It is the oldest legislative enactment, state or territorial, which includes law as a subject to be taught in a publicly organized and supported institution of higher learning. The statute, like the Law Quadrangle built more than a century later, was the product of one man's energy and good will. Augustus Brevoort Woodward, Chief Judge of the Territory of Michigan from its organization in 1805 until 1824 received praise and tongue-lashings for his accomplishment, but both sides of the controversy recog- nized him as the central figure. To the loggers, trappers and farmers ofthe territory, Judge Woodward's projected university, modeled along lines suggested in his System of Universal Science, seemed somewhat less than utilitarian. It was to be divided into 13 didaxiae fprofessorshipsl the ninth of which included law, but because of popular recalcitrance, things at Catholepistemiad were a little rough-hewn at first. Two men held all 13 professorships provided for by the statute, and opened the doors in 1817 to what has been described as "a primary school and classical academy." The University gathered enough momentum by 1859 to bring Judge Woodward's ninth didaxiae to reality, and on .AW QUAD RANG LE several occasions during that year the Detroit Weekly Tribune carried the advertisement of the opening of the law department of the University of Michigan. It read, ENTRANCE TO LAWYERS CLUB were made from time to time, and in 1826, Con- gress increased its appropriation to a.n amount of land sufficient to make up two townships, . . . The original charter was modified in 18213 andin 1837 it was remodeled again. . . . The act of 1837 pro- vided more specifically than the previous statutes for the organization of three separate Depart- ments, one of which was to be a Law Department. in part: The course extends through a period of two years, each term commencing the first of October, and closing the last week in March following. Students may enter at any time,but are strongly advised to enter at the commencement of the term. The charges are 3510 Matriculation fee, and S5 annually for incidentals. The Board of Regents confidently expect, from the eminence and practical skill of the pro- fessors, the trifling amount of the charges, and the fine spirit with which the establishment of the Department seems to be everywhere greeted by the public-that the Law Department will at once take position with the older Institutions of the country. Two years after the speech, the 24 members of the first graduating class bid farewell to their three pro- fessors and sallied forth into practice, perhaps a little disconcerted by the Honorable I. P.Christiancy's address: Case lawyers are like pilots unskilled in the science of navigation, who succeed well enough while they hug the coast and keep the heacllands in view, but are always in danger of being lost when they are driven beyond the sight of land. While he whose mind is well storedwiththe prin- ciples and reasons of the law-who, when a question is presented, instead of seeking first for a case, recurs at once to his own internal re- sources, determines what, upon principle, the law must be, and resorts to cases only for illustration and proof-such aman is ready for any emergency, and is never disconcerted when his case suddenly Upon reaching Ann Arbor October 3, 1859, the 92 law students listened to the Honorable James V. Campbell describe the events leading to the founding of the depart- ment: In 1817, an act was passed by the Governor and assumes a new phase. He finds, in the resources of his own mind, compass and quadrant,chart and chronometer, calculates his place, takes boldly to the open sea, and strikes directly forhis destina- tion. Judges. . .for the incorporation of the Catho- lepistemiad, or University of Michigania-an act containing provisions for organizing many dida- xiae, or professorships, under very uncouth names, and disfigured by a barbarous pedantery which has brought ridicule upon thewhole scheme. There was , however, nothing ridiculous in the sub- stance of this law, which was not only a compre- hensive and enlightened plan for a University. . .but was, in many respects, in advance ofthe times . . . . . .In the same year inwhich this law was adopted, an appropriation was made of certain lands to the new University, by an Indian treaty,the chiefs who made it anticipating that some of their young men might desire a college education. Other donations Enrollment increased to 956 to 1906,but fell off sharply in the following years because of the school's Stiffening admissions and examination policies. Nevertheless, grad- uation from high school was not made an admissions re- quirement until 1912, and a college or university diploma became necessary only in 1958. The deluge of returning servicemen in 1945-46 finally pushed enrollment past the 1906 level. At the present time, 1008 students attend the Law School, alternately wheedled, cajoled, and blud- geoned by 56 faculty members. The interaction of these 1064 individuals over the past three years went largely unrecorded in the ponderous body of the law, but whatever discoveries were made here will not be lost on the future. Hopefully, they will reflect the foresight of leaders, the good sense of followers. 1 r F . n r gf' . K . 1 -Q , I , Ei .1 his 'fa '5' .VN .,::: Q . V 6 bil-.. ffl. ' . A :N fe! If Eff sw. Q ., + ' f .' A "ii - .-'A' i . 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F N1 If I , , , A H. ll ,., . ?l ' I l' u I . na 4 - l ,H . ,W A - 5 1 4" 'mf fun! -an .. 4 . -gn. . ,, - , 555 ur H ' "ww V i A ' 1' -V-'kv - - ..x'v..v I , , W,,,,,.,W.,..:,n.,...--A , Q. . 1- , ' -if-' zvnmoqauaqrxanzaiatnrag-JI B-1-4 11-' , 1-'---.. --..1 nw- -. 51 'f- f ' " ' 'W' " 1'4" """' " ' H WILLIAM COOK William Wilson Cook, a ninth generation descendant of the famous William Bradford, governor of the Plymouth colony, was born in Hillsdale, Michigan on April 16, 1858. He entered the University of Michigan in 1876, grad- uated in 1880, and graduated from Law School in 1882. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 1883 and rapidly became one of its most respected members. He retired from practice in 1921 and died June4, 1930 at Port Chester, New York. Not only was he the University's greatestprivate bene- factor, but he was also a prolific writer. His best known work is Cook on Corporations, which has had over eight editions. In 1924, he published Principles of Corporation Law for the benefit of law students. Indicative of his wide range of interests were two other books, Power and Re- gponsibility of the American Bar and American Institutions and Their Preservation. His gifts to the University during his lifetime and under his will total nearly P616,000,000. His most widely known gift, of course, is the Law Quadrangle, but he also donated the Martha Cook dormitory for women, which was named in honor of his mother. Ofhis other benefactions, perhaps the most outstanding was the establishment of a trust fund of S200,000 to found a chair in American Institutions at the University. He was, and is, a man to whom we are all deeply indebted. BUILDINGS AND WILL Mr. Cook first evidenced an interest in contributingto the Law School in 1908 when he informed Dean Hutchins that he had provided in his will a fund for the salary of a professor of corporation law. Twelve years of corres- pondence followed between Dean Bates, President Hutchins, and Mr. Cook, culminating in the presentation to Mr. Cook of a plan to erect a Law School building and a dormitory. Dean Bates was summoned to New York by Mr. Cook, and, after three days of discussion, they agreed to afour- building complex, the plans of which became a part of Mr. Cook's subsequent will. By 1922, Mr. Cook hadwisely developedadeep convic- tion that the strength of a law school lies in its research facilities, and, upon the erection of the Lawyers Club in 1925, he stipulated that all dues andprofits from the opera- tion of the building were to be used exclusively for legal research work. ln a letter to the Board of Regents in 1929, he offered to erect the Legal Research Building: a few months later, he wrote of his plans to build the dormi- tory which now stands on the East side of the Law Quadran- gle. The construction costs of each of the original four buildings was as follows: Lawyers Club, 5B1,144,086g John P. Cook Building, 855017693 Legal Research Building, S1,600,830g and Hut- chins Hall, S1,191,074. Final value, including equipment and books, as of 1956 was S8,643,370. By his will, he established a trust and directed that the net income "be devoted. . .to aiding and developing the Law School of the University of Michigan." Specifi- cally he provided for the completion of the initial four buildings, for the construction of any others deemed necessary, for the establishment of a department to or- ganize the branches of law into an intelligable form, to prepare legal articles, to pay salaries of research pro- fessors and assistant, to pay the expenses of the Re- search Department, to purchase books for the Law Li- brary, to engage eminent jurists and lawyers to deliver lectures at Ann Arbor, to increase salaries of Law pro- fessors, to establish new law professorships and fellow- ships, and to aid the Law School in any way possible in order to produce superior lawyers, judges, legislators, and executives. A truly magnificent giftg it is somehow tragic that he never lived to see the functioningbeauty he had created. 1 4' A . Q7 - -- EWAR , V --I X'-3 Plcrxpocxsrs I ' .5351 ., .:. 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R A ' I ' 1 We 5' A N f jk' I u 1 X Al ,, z ef sl .- vin 381 garf, a ,fha .1 - N 1- -' -1 ' l .4 M F Ag. if ip V, , .av ' I fl,-wg, 4 'A " ' if -1 ' 4 M ' J W4 - rx 'A' I X wg' ' V"'2.4s l EX 8 lf? 1 . . ag bf" X 0 I J fx I!! fp ' . X .5 . f 1, 01:5 J' , w ' ' ag' SIGNIFICANT DATES 1858 1859 1863 1883 1887 1889 1892 1895 1896 1898 1902 1908 1912 1915 1916 1922 1923 1925 1926 1928 1933 4 ' - ll,,4,', W r15y , "' I Xa 1. ....-QT N 't u f 1 l..I:j4 1, if pv- 'E5 K Committee appointed to establish law department First lecture delivered to law students First law building completed Law term extended from six to nine months Instructions with case materials instituted Faculty authorized to grant L,L.M. degree First issue of Michigan Law Journal Law course extended from two to three years First summer school Original law building rebuilt First issue of Michigan Law Review Faculty authorized to grant J .D. One year of college required for admission Law Department renamed Law School Two years of college required for admission William Cook proposes to erect Lawyers Club Institution of Case Clubs First announcement of seminars Three years of college required for admission College graduation required for admission Hutchins Hall completed gmt" El It J A it . mi Q 'L JHAC1. 117 Aw., N,5yf aw "ESP ' X f 1. v . "-A ,' N! jd. A ' A I '--, In itil? , Q W: ,Wg I Wt-IA,ia:,Jg 1- wx A ,p"',," N ,fi C, 111+ 'X ' gf' ' gi X - f Ll I. F " if Q-F-1" ? ?I ? 1f'5't H I' ' 9 ' If 1 I Eg I 1-1, 55 1 ?f,:ifii':if1?, ,l- if li' NNQIS. il 2 QM Jffl igii l Tit? fi! v.:.,x, v A: . , - 1 M Ulf, Alr' 5 Y -,I xi If QQ F if N M 'QJ . , f 2' "- :i -3' f up l K O 'T ' gg. , , ,, l u x-id., X: -I 'I' S :- 9' "L .s , 4 gxk I I' wk 'wg L-. vi I . A 4 0 9 5 -91 -' 8 qi .. . 'f 1: 3 1 f "r 1 ,N N' A ' " I I J In' ' V 5? 5 l 'yn O9 4 Q C., , 1 I 'X 03o,,, LOL '--' ', x 0 .Q If - f X 'f .4 va 4:71 I' w y 'fx ff: . 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The Athletic Department organizes and administers league play and tournaments for graduate groups inno less thantwelve sports-softball, tennis, golf, touch football, handball, bowling, basketball, table tennis, volleyball, paddleball, swimming, and horseshoes-, and Law Club members participate in all of them. In all but a few, the representation is at least four times as great as that of most graduate organizations, since law students make up the membership of the Lawyers Club proper. Infootball and basketball, still more law students annually compete on "independent" graduate teams. In such sports, the number of law students involved in the program approaches one-third the total number of graduate students participating. At this mid-point in the athletic year, the teams playing for the Lawyers Club have accumulated a sufficient string of high placings to keep the Club within easy reach of an All-Year Championship, which can be secured with good showings in basketball, swimming, and table tennis. Those events have always been the special provinces of the Law Club teams. It is hoped, by those who profess to know, that such a Championship can be clinched before the final activity of the Spring, horseshoes, comes upg whatever might be said in other contexts, it appears that, as to that grand old sport, the Law School does not house too many ringers. . , '- ' u .5 l.'..'v' A D' in 'vti 5 .s'.f' ' "On ' ' ""1. J "Remember, now, when the receiver looks up for the ball f SOCIAL LIFE It's been rumored that Law School is a pretty dull place. Something about reading, writing, and racking. Some of the more determined law Students decided that undergrad days weren't really gone forever and channeled their desires into Bill Herman, the Social Chairman of this year's Board of Directors. The result was a promising plunge into the untapped area of comradeship above and beyond the traditional coffee break. Starting on a relatively high plane with a Freshman-Faculty Smoker in August, the program rapidly began a delightful descent into really good times with the coming of the Last Blast. The Road Runners provided the sounds, the Quad provided the scene. A good turnout was seen, and we even spotted some truly-delicious young ladies. October brough a mixer with the Nurses, followed two weeks later by a barn-type dance at Susterka Lake. This latter was outstanding-Levis, bulky sweaters, sounds, fireplace, suds and suds. Fall semester was topped off with the Annual Thanksgiving Dance, which featured semi-formal attire, Mike Lynch's bunch providing sophisti- cated tunes, and a fine performance by the Psurfs. Quite dignified. First on the agenda for second semester was a repeat performance at 'Susterka Lake, coyly entitled "Blast-Off '65." This little gathering began at three in the afternoon and somehow staggered its way into the wee hours of the morning. April brought a change of pace with the Spring Musical. Scheduled events came to an end with the Grease Ball, sponsored by the Barristers. 10 , f They also serve who only stand and wait. ,... "Mike, I'd like you to meet my date F X -as .!, .H gn.. 1, I .44 1 4Q -, Llyi - ,Agn , I ' 'X fig 'x . 41 . ' Mx, . -.w: 4- N , f sg, x 21.1 Y x ,1 W,. rl , Y-Q ,. Idfnfwf.-,e . ,' 'Q 11115. -' , If Qrmlrfv f .TQ .4 N - -- 1 .' .' ' L QW fTfn',m3.QiEQEJ, ' ry Q,,mhxLQ x wr " ' M '- 9 Nw,wm,R . xi ,NN A ix Q.-. I -...,, ,SUR yd . , .'-9 . V1 w -. 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Degree in 1933 from Nebraska State Teachers College, his LL.B. degree in 1940 from the University of Nebraska, his LL.M. degree in 1941 from the University of Michigan, and his S.J.D. degree in 1950 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Nebraska in 1940 and in Michigan in 1950. He was Acting Associate Professor of Law at Stanford University in 1946. He came to the University of Michigan Law School in 1947 and has been Dean of the Law School since 1960. He has taught Municipal Corporations, Conveyancing, Criminal Law, Insurance, Property, Securities and Land Utilization. He is the author of a treatise on Personal Life Insurance Trustsg co-author of Cases and Materials on Property-1195155 2d Ed. 19603 co-author Simes and Smith, The Law of Future Interests f1956jg and has published articles in various legal publications. He was Senior Attorney in the OPA from 1941 to 19433 lst Lt. U.S. Army from 1943 to 19463 and Chief Counsel OPA in 1946. At present the Dean is Commissioner at Large of the Board of Commissioners of the State Bar of Michigan. Dean Smith is married and has two children. I , new-,tuv I am happy to take this opportunity to extend a farewell and my best wishes to the Michigan Law School Class of 1965. You will probably find it hard to believe right now that your three years in Law School comprise avery short span of time. By the time you return for your 25th Reunion in 1989, however, I think you'1l agree that the training period was very short for the multitude of professional tasks you will have been called upon to perform. The surprising thing is that you will find that the training, short though it is, has equipped you admirably to perform those tasks. The members of the faculty who have served you take vicarious pride in your accomplishments. I know that they will receive from you and from your accomplishments a full measure of justifiable pride. Allan F. Smith, Dean CHARLES W. JOINER Professor of Law and Assistant Dean 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 United States Army Air Force from 1943 to 1945. He was an assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan from 1947 to 1949, associate professor of law from 1950 to 1952, pro- fessor of law since 1953 and associate dean since 1960. Professor Joiner teaches Trials Sz Appeals and Practice Court, and Jurisdiction and Judgments. He is the author of Trials and Appeals and joint author of Cases and Statutes on Jurisdiction and Judgments and Civil Justice and the Jury. He is a member of the Committee on Uniform Rules of Evidence for the Federal Courts, the Committee on Civil Procedure of the Michigan State Bar, the Board of Commissioners for the State Bar of Michigan, and the Standing Com- mittee on Ethics of the ABA. Professor Joiner is married and has three children. ROY L. STEINHEIMER, JR. Professor of Law and Admissions Officer Born in 1916, Mr. Steinheimer received his A.B, in 1937 from the University of Kansas, and his J.D. in 1940 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in New York in 1941 and in Michigan in 1951. He practiced with Sullivan 81 Cromwell in New York City before coming to Michigan to teach in 1950. He teaches Bills and Notes, Sales, and a seminar in Commerical Transactions. Pro- fessor Steinheimer is married, lives on a farm near Ann Arbor, and pilots his own plane. .1-" -nl ROY FRANKLIN PROFFITT 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 World 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 1948. After a brief period of practice with the firm of Miller, McKinley Si Walsh, 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 assistedthe Missouri General Assembly in making significant changes in the sub- stantive 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 ofthe scholarship and student aid program. His administrative duties at Michigan include the scheduling of classes and examinations, supervision ofthe scholarship and loan program, student discipline, serving as secretary ofthe Faculty, and local direction of the Law School Fund. He is co-editor of Statutes,Rules and Cases on Criminal Procedure. In addi- tion, he teaches a course in Criminal Law Areas. , Emwf1sfar.u- :gk-1 L .y ,f WHITMORE GRAY Associate Professor of Law Born in 1932, Mr. Gray received his A.B. degree in 1954 from Principia College and his J .D. degree in 1957 from the University of Michigan Law School. He receiveda Ford Founda- tion Foreign Fellowship to Paris for the year 1957-58 and since then has also studied in Munich in 1961-62 and Hong Kong in 1963-64. He practiced law in New York City from 1958 to 1960 and has been teaching at the University of Michigan Law School since 1960. He has taught Restitution, Introduction to Civil Law, Comparative Law, Soviet Law, and Contracts. Professor Gray is married and has four children. 16 xr""f S LUKE KING COOPERRIDER Professor of Law Born in 1918, Mr. Cooperrider received his B.S. 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 Cleveland. He has taught at the University of Michigan Law School since 1952. He teaches Torts, Introduction to the Legal System, and Jurisdiction and Judgments. Professor Cooperrider is married and has three children. .gf SAMUEL D. ESTEP Professor of Law Born in 1919, Mr. Estep received his 1940 from Kansas State Teachers College, and his J .D. 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, associateprofessor oflaw from 1951 to 1954, and professor of law since 1954. He teaches Legislation, Constitutional Law, and Securi- ties. He served in the U,S. Navy during World War II. OLIN L. BROWDER, JR. Professor 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 University 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 Knox- ville from 1942 to 1943. He was an instructor in Business Law at the University of Alabama from 1939 to 1940, assistant pro- fessor from 1940 to 1941, assistant professor of law at the Uni- versity of Tennessee from 1941 to 1942, 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 119521. He was with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Department of Justice from 1943 to 1945. 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 University of Michigan, attended Harvard Law School from 1928 to 1929 and Columbia University Law School from 1928 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 1935to 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 1938g Assistant to the Legal Advisor in the State Department from 1939 to 1947g visiting Professor of Law at the University of Pennsyl- vania from 1947 to 1948 and visiting professor of international law at Coltunbia University Law School in 1948. He was the Legal Advisor for the U.S. Delegation to the Council of Foreign Ministers and Paris Peace Conference in 1946. He was the Assistant Reporter for Harvard Research in International Law from 1932 to 1935. He is the author of International Law, Cases and Materials 11951, '53l. 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 International Law, Ad- miralty, and Conflict of Laws. X I 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 University of Michigan. He attended the University of Paris in 1924-25, the University of Berlin in 1925, and the University of Munich in 1926 and 1928. He was the assistant law librarian at the University of Michigan in 1925-26,professor of law and law librarian from 1926 to 1943, and professor of law and director of the law library from 1943 to date. He teaches the courses in Admiralty and Domestic Relations. J EROLD H. ISRAEL Associate Professor of Law Born in 1934, Mr. Israel received his B.B.A.from Western Reserve University in 1956 and his LL.B. from Yale Law School in 1959. He was admitted to practice in Ohio in 1959. He was Law Clerk to Mr. Justice Stewart, U.S. Supreme Court, from 1959 to 1961. He has been an assistant professor at the University of Michigan Law School since 1962. His subjects are Constitutional Law, Pleading and Joinder, and Civil Rights. Professor Israel is married and has one son and one daughter. WILLIAM BURNETT HARVEY Professor of Law Born in 1922, Mr. Harvey received his A.B. in 1943 from Wake Forest College, and his J.D. in 1949 from the University of Michigan, and at- tended the University of Heidelberg from 1955 to 1956, working in legal philosophy. He was admitted to practice in the District of Columbia in 1949, and was an associate of Hogan 81 Hartson in Washington, D.C., from 1949 to 1951. He was an assistant pro- fessor of Naval Science and Tactics at Tufts College and the University of Kansas in 1946, lecturer in law at the University of Michigan School of Business Administration in 1948, professorial lecturer in law fpart timel at George Washington University Law School in 1950, and has taught at the University of Michigan since 1951. He teaches Contracts and Legal Philosophy. He was admissions officer of the Law School, 1951-1955. it .1 DOUGLAS A. KAHN Assistant Professor of Law Born in 1934, Mr. Kahn received a B.A. from the University of North Carolina in 1955 and a J.D, from the George Washington University in 1958. He was admitted to practice in the District of Colum- bia in 1958. From 1958 to 1962, he served in the appellate sections of the Civil Division and the Tax Division of the United States Department of Justice. From 1962 to the fall of 1964, he was an associate in the law firms of Sachs and Jacobs in Washington, D.C. Mr. Kahn teaches Taxation and Estate Planning, and his principal hobby is chess. Professor Kahn is married and has one daughter. ROGER A. CUNNINGHAM Professor of Law Born in 1921, Mr. Cunningham received his S.B. degree in 1942 and his LL.B. degree in 1948, both from Harvard University. Hewas admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 1948. Hepracticed law in Massa- chusetts from 1948 to 1949. He was a teaching fellow at Harvard Law School in 1949-50. He was an assis- tant professor of law at George Washington University Law School from 1950 to 1954, an associateprofessor of law at Rutgers University Law School from 1954 to 1957 and a professor of law at Rutgers from 1957 to 1959. He has beenaprofessor of law at Michigan since 1959. He teaches Property, Security, and Land Utili- zation Seminar. Professor Cunningham is married and has four children. B. J. GEORGE, JR. Professor of Law Born in 1925, Mr. George received an in 1947 from Kansas City Junior College, his A.B. in 1949 and J.D. in 1951 from the University of Michi- gan. He was admitted to practice in Missouri in 1951 and in Michigan in 1952 and before the Board of Immigration Appeals in 1954. He was with the Rich- mond County Investigation in New York City from 1951 to 1952. He has taught at the University of Michigan since 1952. He teaches Criminal Law, and Criminal Procedure. He was with the 100th LF. Division from 1943 to 1946. During 1956-57 he was on leave at Kyoto University in Japan. During 1962-63 he was a Fulbright lecturer at Tokyo University and the Legal Training and Research Institute. I W I Q 1 : I Yfv' ' ' segtwr- N , ' YVQA ' li K . f I' EDMOND F. DeVINE Assistant Professor of Law Born in 1916, Mr. DeVine received his 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 Kr DeVine in Ann Arbor from 1946 to 1954, Chief Assistant Prosecuting At- torney for Washtenaw County from 1947 to 1952, and Prosecuting Attorney from 1953 to 1958. 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. glam ' 1,2 ' is ' nk , in I N I .wit ,lil s.,xsJ Ri. SPENCER L. KIMBALL Professor of Law Born in 1918, Mr. Kimball attended the University of Arizona from which he received his B.S. in 1940. He did further work at the University of Colorado and the University of Utah before receiving his B.C.L. from Oxford University 1EnglandJ in 1949. After serving as an assistant professor of Mathematics at the University of Utah from 1946-1947, he became as- sociate Professor of Law in 1949-1954, and finally a Professor of Law from 1954-1957. He has been at the University of Michigan as Professor of Law since 1957, teaching Insurance, Introduction to Legal System, and Law Sz Society Seminar. After serving as Lt. in the United States Navy from 1943-1946, he became a Rockefeller fellow in 1955-56. During 1955-56, he held a Rockefeller Research Grant at the University of Wisconsin, working on a functional study of the development of insurance law in historical context. He received his S.J.D. degree fromwisconsin in 1958. He is the author of Insurance and Public Policy. w PAUL G. KAUPER Professor of Law Born in 1907, Mr. Kauper received his A.B. degree in 1929 from Earlham College, and his J. D. 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 was associated with the law firm of White Kr Case 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 has been professor of law since 1946. He was on leave of absence from 1942 to 1945 with the Pan American Petroleum Ka Transport Co., Legal Dept., New York City. In 1959 he was guest professor at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign Public and International Law at Heidelberg, Germany. He is the author of Cases and Materials on Constitutional Law 12nd ed., 19605, Frontiers of Constitutional Liberty 119561, Civil Liberties and the Constitution 119621, co-author of Cases on Municipal Corpora- tions 11959J and Religion and the Constitution 119645. Mr. Kauper is married and has two children one ofwhom has recently joined the University of Michigan' Law Faculty. THOMAS E. KAUPER Assistant Professor of Law Mr. Kauper was born in 1935. He received an A.B. degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 1960, and was admitted to practice in Illinois in 1962. From 1960 to 1962 Mr. Kauper served as law clerk to Associate Justic Potter Stewart of the Supreme Court of the United States. From 1962 to 1964, when he joined the faculty, he was associated with the firm of Sidley, Austin, Burgess Ka Smith in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Kauper teaches Property and Trusts and Estates I. He is married and has two daughters. 20 ALFRED FLETCHER CONARD Professor of Law Born in 1911, Mr. Conard received his A.B. in 1932 from Grinnell College, attended the State Uni- versity of Iowa from 1932 to 1934, received an LL.B. in 1936 from the University of Pennsylvania,an LL.M. in 1939 and J.S.D. in 1942 from Columbia University. He practiced in Philadelphia from 1936 to 1938. He was a visiting assistant professor at the University of Kansas City from 1939 to 1942, professor of law at the University of Illinois from 1946 to 1954, and professor of law at the University of Michigan since 1954. He teaches Business Associations, Financial Reorganization, Corporations, and European Business Organizations. He is editor of Cases on Business Or- ganization now in its second edition and other books and articles. Professor Conard is married and has two daughters. CARL S. HAWKINS Associate Professor of Law Born in 1926, Mr. Hawkins graduated. from Brig- ham Young University with an A.B. in 1948 and North- western conferred his 1951. Hewas admitted to practice in Illinois and in the District of Columbia in 1951. He served as Law Clerk to Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson, U.S. Supreme Court, during 1952 and 1953. His practice in Washington, D.C., 1951-57, included prosecuting Indian tribal claims against the government. He is a member of the American and District of Columbia Bar Associations. He teaches Torts and Jurisdiction Xt Judgments and was instru- mental in the adoption of Michigan's new code of pro- cedure. Professor Hawkins has been atthe University of Michigan since 1957. ROGER C. CRAMTON Professor of Law Born in 1929, Mr. Cramton received his B.A.from Harvard in 1950. He was admitted to practice in Vermont in 1956 and in Michigan in 1962. He was Law Clerk to Hon. Sterry R. Water- man, U.S. Ct. of Appeals 12d Cir.J in 1955 and 1956g to Hon. Harold A. Burton, Assoc. Justic, U.S. Supreme Court, 1956 and 1957. He was an assistant professor of law at the University of Chicago from 1957 to 1961, where he was Assistant Dean and Chairman, Committee on Graduate Study from 1959 to 1961. He was a visiting associate professor of law at the University of Michigan during the year 1961-62 and has been an associate professor of law since 1962. His subjects are Administrative Tribunals, Jurisdiction and Judgments and Regulated Industries. -x 5'5" r ik L, i? I . i f d,,- 'LA-I . W... WILLIAM J. PIERCE Professor of Law Born in 1921, Mr. Pierce received his A.B, in 1947 and J .D. in 1949 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1949. He 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 University of Michigan Law School from 1950 to 1953, assistant professor of law from 1951 to 1953 , associate professor of law and associate director of the Legisla- tive Research Center from 1953 to 1956,andprofessor of law and Director ofthe Legislative Research Center since 1956. He teaches Legislation and the Legislative Problems Seminar. He is the editor of Current Trends in State Legislation and co-author of Apportionment and Representative Institutions f1963J. Mr. Pierce is also a Michigan Commissioner on Uniform State Laws and serves on the Executive Committee of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. ROBERT A. CHOATE Visiting Lecturer in Patent Law Born in 1912, Mr. Choate received his B.S.E. degree from the University of Michigan in 1934 and his L.L.B. in 1936. He has practiced in Detroit since graduation and is with the firm of Barnes, Kisselle, Raisch Ka Choate specializing in patent law. Mr. Choate teaches a course in Patent Law in the Winter Term. S. CHESTERFIELD OPPENHEIM Professor of Law Born in 1897, Mr. Oppenheim received his A.B. in 1918, and A.M. in 1920 from Columbia University, 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 University of Michigan from 1921 to 1926,teachingand research assistant to the Dean of the Law School from 1926 to 1927, professor of law at George Washington University from 1927 to 1952. He has beenprofessor oflaw at the University of Michigan since 1952. He teaches, Federal Anti-Trust Laws, Unfair Trade Practices Seminar on Federal Anti-Trust Laws,and a Seminar on Unfair Trade Practices. He has published Cases on Federal Anti-Trust Laws, Unfair Trade Practices-Cases, Comments and Materials. He is an Editor in the Trade Regulation Series. He was the Co-Chairman of the Attorney-Genera1's National Com- mittee to Study the Anti-Trust Laws from 1953 to 19555 Chairman, Section of Anti-Trust Law, American Bar Association, 1961-62. 22 MARCUS L. PLANT Professor of Law Born in 1911, Mr. Plant received his B.A. in 1932 and M.A. in 1934 from Lawrence College, and J.D. in 1938 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Wisconsin 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 government in Washington, D.C., from 1941 to 1943, and in New York from 1944 to 1946. His practice was in the field of cor- porate finance. He has been a professor of law since 1946. He teaches Torts, Bills and Notes, Medicolegal Problems, and Workman's Compensation. He is the author of Cases of Torts and co-author of The Law of Medical Practice and The Law of Workmen's Com- pensation. Mr. Plant is a member of the Committee on Medical-Legal Problems of the Michigan State Bar and an associate editor of the Michigan State Bar Association Journal. He is the Un faculty representative to the Intercollegiate fBig 105 Conference. H. 'WNW 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 LL .M. in 1940 from Columbia University. He was admitted to practice in Indiana in 1932, and practiced in Indianapolis from 1932 to 1939. He taught at the University of Kansas Law School from 1939 to 1942 and 1945 to 1946. He has taught at the University of Michigan since 1946. He teaches Restitution and Trusts and Estates. He is co-editor fwith John P. Dawsonj of Cases on Restitution and co-editor qwith Richard V. Wellmanj of Cases on Trusts and Succes- sion. Professor Palmerlis married andhas a daughter and a son. FRANK ROBERT KENNEDY Professor of Law Mr. Kennedy was born in Stratford, Missouri in 1914. He received his A.B. from Southwest Missouri State Collegeg his LL.B. from Washington University in St. Louis in 19395 and his J .S.D. from Yale in 1953. He was admitted to practice in Miss- ouri in 1939, in Iowa in 1961, andbefore the U.S. Supreme Court in 1953. He taught at the University of Iowa from 1940 to 1961 and has been a professor of law at Michigan since 1961. He teaches Creditors' Rights and Securities. He was Editor-in- chief of the Washington University Law Quarterly in 1938-39. He is co-author of Volume 4, Collier on Bankruptcy 114th ed. 1942, 54, and 597 and a contributor to Secured Transactions under the U.C.C. 119635. Professor Kennedy is married and has four children. 1 Ti film , Sv RUSSELL A. SMITH Professor of Law Born in 1906, Mr. Smith received his 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, and Associate Dean of the Law School, 1956-1962. He teaches Labor Relations Law. He has published Cases and Materials on Labor Law. He was on leave from 1942 to 1945 with Pan American Petroleum Kz Transport Co., Legal Dept., New York City, where he dealt with general labor problems. Mr. Smith is active in labor dispute arbitration. He is a member of the Atomic Energy Labor-Management Re- lations Panel. ' its ROBERT L. KNAUSS Associate Professor of Law Born in 1931, Mr. Knauss received his A.B, degree from Harvard University in 1952 and his J .D. from the University of Michigan in 1957. He was admitted to practice in California in 1959. He was an Instructor at the University of Michigan Law School during the year 1957-58 and has been teaching here since 1960. He also practiced with Pillsbury, Madison, and Sutro in San Francisco 1958-60. He was on leave 1962-63 as a Legal Consultant to the Securities and Exchange Commission. His subjects are Business Associations, Corporations, Investment Securities, Seminar on Regulation of Securities, and Security Markets. i l.,- 49- .. JACK RICHARD PEARCE Professor of Law Born in 1918, Mr. Pearce received his A.B, in 1940 from DePauw 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 at the University of Michigan since 1955. He teaches Contracts and Contract Remedies and Unfair Trade. He was clerk to Judge Augustus N. Hand, U.S.C.A., 2nd Circuit, from 1947 to 1948, an 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. 24 1. BEVERLY JOHN POOLEY Assistant Professor of Law Born in 1934, Mr. Pooley received his M.A. degree from Cambridge in 1956 and LL.B. in 1957. He came to the University of Michigan as a graduate student in 1957 and got his LL.M. in 1958. He Worked in the Legislative Research Center with Pro- fessor Pierce writing two monographs on the legal problems of metropolitan areas. He received his S.J.D. in 1960 from the University of Michigan. From 1960 to 1962 he was a lecturer in the department of law at the University of Gahna teaching Torts, Contracts and Constitutional Law. In 1962 he became an Instructor at the University of Michigan and in 1963 he became an Assistant Professor of Law and Assistant to the Director of the Law Library. EDWARD J. KIONKA Instructor in Law Mr. Kionka was born in Oak Park, Illinois, in 1939 and re- ceived his B.S, 119601 and LL.B. 119623 degrees from the University of Illinois. He was admitted to practice in Illinois in 1962, and practiced with the Chicago law firm of Leibman, Williams, Bennett and Baird from June 1962 to July 1964. He taught the Legal Method Seminar at Columbia University Law School during the Fall Term of the 1962-63 school year. Mr. Kionka is married and has a son and a daughter. ARNOLD W. REITZE, JR. Instructor in Law Mr. Reitze was born in 1938, attended Fairleigh Dickin- son University 1A.B,J and Rutgers University Law School 1LL.B.D. He served as a part-time instructor at Fairleigh Dickinson University 119623, was attorney for the Hartford Insurance Group 119631, and was a teaching Associate at Indiana University Law School 11963-643. 25 ALAN N. POLASKY Professor of Law Born in 1923, Mr. Polasky received his B.S.C., 1947,C.P.A. 1948, and J.D. 1951, from the State University of Iowa. He was ad- mitted to practice in Iowa and Illinois in 1951. He practiced law in Chicago in 1951-53 and was an assistant professor of law at North- western University 1953-55 and associate professor until he came to Ann Arbor in 1957. He teaches Evidence, Accounting, Federal Income Taxation, and Estate Planning. S cf-L' ' JAMES J. WHITE Assistant Professor of Law Born in 1934, Mr. White graduated from Amherst QA.B.J and University of Michigan fJ.D.l. He served in the U.S.A.F. 1956-59 and 1961-62, practiced law in Los Angeles 1962-64 and is a member of the California Bar Association. His hobby is flying and he is married and has two children. ANDREW WATSON Associate Professor of Law Professor Watson is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University Medical School. After three years of residency in Psychiatry hejoined the faculty ofthe University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1955. In 1959 Professor Watson came to the Uni- versity of Michigan as a faculty member both in the Medical School's Department of Psychiatry and in the Law School. He complements the teachingof Criminal Law, Trials Kz Appeals, and Legal Education with a Seminar in Law and Criminology with Professor George. Dr. Watson is married and has two sons. ERIC STEIN Professor of Law Mr. Stein was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1913. In 1937 he received his J.U.D. degree with distinction from the Law Faculty of Charles University in Prague. He came to the United States in 1940 and enrolled in the University of Michigan Law School in 1940. He received his J.D. degree in 1942 from Michigan. Late in 1942 he joined the United States Army and was assigned to Military Government. After discharge from the Army in 1946 he becamea member of the staff of the United States Department of State with the United Nations Affairs Bureau. He has been teaching at the University of Michigan since 1955. He teaches International Law, Conflict of Laws, and Law and Institutions of the Atlantic Area. Professor Stein is co-editor fwith Peter Hayl of Cases and Ma- terials on the Law Ka Institutions of the Atlantic Area, and co-editor and co-author Qwith Thomas L. Nichol- sony of American Enterprise in the European Common Market-fTLegaI-Profile. KNUD WAABEN Visiting Professor of Law Born in 1921, Mr. Waaben graduated from the University of Copenhagen 1947 fcand. jr.J and received the J.D, in 1957. He served as secretary in the Danish Ministry of Justice 1947-55, Secretary to the Danish Criminal Law Commission 1950-59, Lecturer in Law at the University of Copenhagen 1949-55, Director of Institute of Criminal Science at University of Copenhagen since 1957, Vice-chairman of the Danish Criminal Law Commission since 1961 and Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Copenhagen since 1955. He has studied at Cambridge, Paris, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Michigan. He is author of Suspended Sentences Q1948l and Criminal Intention 119573. Mr. Waaben is married andhas four children. RICHARD VANCE WELLMAN Professor of Law Born in 1922, Mr. Wellman received his A.B. in 1947 and his J.D. in 1949 from the University of Michigan. He was admitted to practice in Ohio in 1949 and in Michigan in 1959. He practiced in Cleveland and Mount Vernon, Ohio from 1949 to 1954 in which year he became a member of the faculty. He teaches Trusts and Estates, Future Interests, Financiary Administration, and Property. Mr. Wellman is co-editor fwith George E. Palmerl of Cases and Materials on Trusts and Succession and co-editor Qwith Olin L. Browder, Jr., of Family Property Settlements. Professor Wellman also serves as Placement Counsellor, a member of the Uni- versity Senate Advisory Committee since 1962,and Chairman of the Committee during 1964-65. He is married and has six children. ,-,,....Q,, I w an Instructor in Law at an Assistant Professor Professor from 1961-63, He is co-author of The 119601 and co-editor of 1960-611. RUSSELL J. WEINTRAUB Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Weintraub was born in 1929, received his B.A. from New ' York University in 1950, and his LL.B. from Harvard in 1953. H A served as a Senior Law Clerk for the New York State Department N of Labor in 1953, was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard in 1955-57 the State University of Iowa 1957-58 at Iowa from 1958-61, an Associate and a full Professor of Law since 1963 Iowa Law of Workmen's Compensation Moore's Federal Practice Supplement "" HT? ERNST J. MESTMACKER Visiting Professor of Law Born in 1926, Mr. Mestmacker received his Doctor of Law from the University of Frankfurt in 1953. He taught at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 1955-56. He was Professor of Law at The University of Saarbruecken 1959-63, Professor of Law at the University of Muenster since 1963, and Director of the Institute for Foreign and International Trade Law. He is a member of the Economic Advisers of the German Ministry of Economics and Adviser of the Commission of the European Economic Community in Brus- sells since 1962. He taught a seminar on comparative anti- trust laws during the 1964 fall term. 28 PHILIP C. THORPE Instructor in Law Born in 1932, Mr. Thorpe received his B.A. degree from Michigan State University in 1954 and his J .D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1959. He was admitted to practice in Michigan in 1960. He was law clerk to Hon. W. Wallace Kent U,S. District Judge, Western District of Michigan from 1959 to 1961. From 1961 to 1964 he practiced law in Grand Rapids. He has been an Instructor in Law at the University of Michigan since 1964, teaching Problems and Research. He served in the United States Army from 1954 to 1956. Mr. Thorpe is married. HAROLD A. J. FORD Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Ford is a Professor of Law at the University of Melbourne since 1962. He received his LL.B., and LL.M. at the University of Melbourne and his S.J.D. at Harvard. He is author of Unincorporated Non-profit Associations and Cases on Trusts. He is married and has one daughter. JACQUES HEENEN Visiting Professor of Law Born in 1915, Mr. Heenen is aprofessor at the Brussels Uni- versity. He is author of Vente et Commerce Maritime and Principes de Droit Commercial. He taught a seminar in European Business Organization with Professor Alfred Conard during the fall term 1964. KARL P. WARDEN Visiting Professor of Law Professor Karl P. Warden is a visiting Associate Professor from Denver University. He holds an LL.B. from West Virginia University and an LL.M. from the University of Michigan. He has taught at University of Denver 11959-641, the University of Kansas 119643 and has been a Post Doctoral Fellow at the University of Wisconsin. While at the University of Michigan, Pro- fessor Warden taught Criminal Law. JOSEPH R. JULIN Professor of Law Born in 1926, Mr. Julin receivedhis in 1949 and his in 1952,both from North- western. He was admitted to practice in Illinois in 1952 and in Michigan in 1960. He practiced law in Illinois from 1952 to 1959. He was a lecturer at Northwestern University Law School from 1953 to 1959. He was an associateprofessor at the University of Michigan Law School from 1959 to 1962 and has been a professor of law here since 1962. His subjects are Wills, Property, Future Interests, Conveyancing, and Oil and Gas. Professor Julin is married and has four children. -frm FRANK E. COOPER Part Time Professor of Law Mr. Cooper was born in 1910 and has received two degrees from the University of Michigan, an A.B. in 1931, and a J.D. in 1934. He has practiced in Detroit since 1934-where he is now a member of the firm of Beaumont, Smith Sz Harris. He teaches Administrative Tribunals and Legal Writing, and has three recent books-The Lawyer and Administrative Agencies, 1957, Living the E, 1959, and Writing in Legal Practice, 1962. mi PAUL D. CARRINGTON Visiting Associate Professor of Law Mr. Carrington was born in 1931, received his B.A. from the University of Texas in 1952, and his LL.B. from Harvard in 1955. He was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard from 1957-58 and was Assistant Professor of Law at Wyoming from 1958-60. He is now an Associate Professor of Law at Ohio State and is a member of the Texas Bar Association. He is married and has four children. 30 JAY J. LEVIT Instructor in Law Born in 1934, Mr. Levit received his A.B. from Western Reserve University in 19555 his LL.B. from University of Richmond Law School in 19585 his LL.M. from Harvard Law School in 1959. He was in association with a law firm in Richmond, Virginia from 1959-60 during which time he also completed his active duty military obligation as a medical corpsman trainee in the U.S. Army. From 1960-64 he was an attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice specializing primarily in gov- ernment contract litigation both on trial and appellate levels in the U.S. Court of Claims. He is married and has one son. Mr. Levit is an instructor in Problems and Re- search at the Law School. ev tx WILLIAM H. PAINTER Visiting Professor of Law Born in 1927, Mr. Painter received his A.B. from Princeton University in 1950. After a year of graduate work in Philosophy at Princeton he entered the Harvard Law School, where he received his LL.B. in 1954. He practiced in New York City from 1954 until 1958 and was admitted to the New York Bar in 1955. In 1958 he was appointed a Teaching Fellow at Harvard Law School and, in 1959, he joined the faculty of the Villanova School of Law outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he has concentrated in Corporate law and Federal Income Taxa- tion. He also currently teaches a seminar in Financial Reorganization of Corporations. He is married and has two children. -,.. - 2-V, lm. 4 ,IW I I ia 4 JACK H. FRIEDENTHAL Visiting Associate Professor of Law Mr. Friedenthal was born in 1931, received his A.B. from Stanford in 1953 and LL.B. from Harvard in 1958. He was an Assistant Professor of Law at Stanford from 1958-61, Associate Professor from 1961-64 and now is a full Professor. He is currently teaching Pleading and Joinder and Evidence at Michigan. He is also a member of the California Bar Associationg is married and has two children. L. HART WRIGHT 5: !' 1 N. N K I ,J ELMER M. MILLION Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Million is a visiting Professor from New York University. Born in 1912, he received his A.B. degree in 1936 from Southwestern fOkla.j Teachers College, his LL.B. in 1935 from the University of Oklahoma, and his J.S.D. in 1938 from Yale University. Mr. Million is co-editor of Walsh, Niles Ka Million, Cases on Property, 12d ed. 1951, 19575, was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar in 1935 and was a Senior Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, 1943-46. Mr. Million is married and has six children. While at the University of Michigan Mr. Million taught Property, plus a Fall '64 seminar, Community and Con- current Property Interests, and a Spring '65 seminar, Land Utilization. ,I 1 xt Q In t Pa ' . .X 4! I 'f f . I 2 ,4 ' y .1 ' , 1 " t 'V ' XF ,-f A --,,.-NW JOHN H. JACKSON Visiting Associate Professor of Law Mr. Jackson received his A.B, from Princeton in 1954 and attended the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He served in the United States Army Counter-Intelligence Corps 1954-56. He received his J. D. from Michigan in 1959 and practiced law in Milwuakee 1959-61. He has been a member of the Faculty of Law at the University of California since 1961. He is married and has one daughter. 32 Professor of Law Born in 1917 , Mr. Wright received his 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 came to the University of Michigan Law School in 1946. He teaches Corporate and Partner- ship Tax Affairs, Federal Income and Estate and Gift Taxes, and Tax Considerations Affecting Foreign Trade and Investments. He was in the United States Armed Services from 1942 to 1946, and was a Law Member of the General Military Court in Austria from 1945 to 1946. He has frequently been a Consultant to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue and has written three books for the Internal Revenue Service. ROBERT J . HARRIS Associate Professor of Law Born in 1930, Mr. Harris received his B.A. from Wesleyan University in 1953 and his LL.B. from Yale Law School in 1956. He was admitted to practice in Connecticut in 1956 and practiced law there from 1957 to 1958. Hewas an assistant professor at George Washington University Law School during the year 1958-59. He was an assistant professor at the University of Michigan Law School from 1959 to 1962 and has been an associate professor here since 1962. His subjects are Contracts and Race Relations Seminar. Pro- fessor Harris is married, has one son, and is a sailing enthusiast when time permits. Xl Elf? N' QL if l l L52 N gf-3 if f n w - I im Q QW ORGANIZATIONS ORDER OF THE COIF The most ancient of all honor societies, the Order of the Coif, originally a forensic institution dating back to the thirteenth century in England, evolved outa tight-knit 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 cere- mony not unlike the coronation of royalty, 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 advancingthe ethical standards of the legal profession. Its members are selected by the faculty from the upper ten per cent of the August, January and May graduating c1asses,based upon the grade averages at the end of the fifth semester. The election and initiation cermonies are held during the spring of each year. This year the Order began honoring another type of excellence: legal writing. The Triennial Coif Award is 951,000 for writing which "evidences creative talent of the highest order." The 1965 recipient is Professor Brainerd Currie of Duke University, author of Selected Assays on the Conflict of Laws. It is only fitting to note that Currie's main thesis, "interest analysis" as a means of resolving conflicts cases, is currently being stressed in our own Law School. Elected to receive gold Coif Keys are: Thomas E. Baker Roy H. Batista John H. Blish William J. Bogaard Irwin J. Deutch David M. Ebel Albert E. Fowerbaugh James B. Goodbody Shirley Z. Johnson C. Douglas Kranwinkle Anthony J. Lynch Michael J. Lynch Joseph F. McDonald Roger L. McManus Joseph A. Milchen Charles G. Nickson Charles F. Niemeth Alan M. Sager Charles C. Saverude Andre A. Schwartz James M. Sheridan Dennis J. Slater Jerome M. Smith Michael E. Smith Kent P. Talcott Frederic D. Trickey Edward N. Wadsworth Timothy D. Wittlinger David Ebel, Editor-in-Chief MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW In 1902 the MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW first appeared, in re- sponse to what the editors, at that time faculty members, felt was the "need of a law journal to be conducted under the auspices of the Department of Law of the University of Michigan." It was intended that "the journal fbel practical without usurping the functions of the text book or the digest, and scholarly without becoming so academic in its character as to be out of touch with the needs and aims of the lawyer of today. It will not be local in its character or be confined to the discussion of law-school problems." These goals represented a successful formula, so much so that the REVIEW, still presenting the four departments into which the first edition divided itself, has become an indispensable adjunct to law libraries and practice in all states and in many foreign countries. This year Editor-in-Chief David Ebel departed from tradition to the extent of dressing the REVEIW in an attractive new format. Ebel heads thirty-one senior editors who are assisted by about sixty junior candidates, thirty of whom will themselves become editors next year. Those juniors who have accumulated at least a 3.1 average become eligible to enter the demanding competition. The REVIEW not only serves the profession but also provides valu- able training in legal research, analysis and writing for its staff. EDITORIAL BOARD Editor-in-chief DAVID M. EBEL, of Kansas Administrative and Book Review Editor A1'!if-'16 Ediivf JOHN H. BLISH, of Wisconsin C. DOUGLAS KRANWINKLE, of Illinois Comment, Note and Recent Developments Editors LAunENcE D. CoNNoIz, of Ohio JAMES B. Goonnonv, of New jersey WILLOUGHBY C. JOHNSON, of Missouri CHARLES F. NIEMETH, of Ohio PAUL A. ROTHMAN, of New jersey ,i .lilL- WILLIAM J. BOGAARD, of California ROBERT C. BONGES, of Illinois AMos J. COEEMAN, JR., of Virginia JAMES W. COLLIER, of Michigan MARY M. CoNRAn, of Michigan HARRY T. EDWARDS, of Michigan C. WILLIAM GARRA'rr, of Michigan J. WILLIAM I-Ixcxs, of Michigan J. ETHAN JACOBS, of Ohio GERALD J. LAEA, of Missouri ARTHUR J. LEVY, of Michigan ANTHONY LYNCH, of New York LAWRENCE G. MEYER, of Michigan JOSEPH A. MILCHEN, of Texas CHARLES G. NICKSON, of Michigan THOMAS B. RIDGLEY, of Ohio ANDILE A. SCHWARTZ, of Ohio JEROME M. SMITH, of Michigan KAREN MAY Swufr, of New York F. DAvIn TRICKEY, of Michigan MICHAEL A. WARNEIz, of Michigan J. MICHAEL WARREN, of Michigan TIMOTHY D. WHTLINGER, of Ohio FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD RocER C. CRAMTON, Chairman TI-IoMAs E. KAUPER ROY F. PRoEErx'r ALLAN F. SMITH RUSSELL A. SMITH MANAGING EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER RUTH. A. GRAY ELEONORA V. Eciuzm' Published Monthly, November through June, by the Law School of the University of Michigan 35 MORE EGG!-I EADS ASSOCIATE EDITORS Will Johnson Larry Connor John Blish i , wf V - Q r 2 Doug Kranwinkle Chuck Niemeth Paul Rothman Jim Goodbody Student Editorial Board: fleft to right, FIRST ROW: C. Niemeth, I. Blish, I. Goodbody, D. Ebel, D. Kranwinkle, L. Connor, W. johnson. SECOND ROW: A. Levy, H. Edwards, I. Collier, I. Hicks, K. Swift, B. Bonges, A. Boemer, T. Wititlinger. THIRD ROW: C. Nickson, M. Long, A. Lynch, F. Trickey, I. Milchen, A. Coffman, M. Wamer, D. Cain. 36 BARRISTERS SOCIETY John H. Blish ....... ..... L ord Chancellor C. Douglas Kranwinkle .... Master of the Rolls Anthony J. Lynch. . Chancellor of the Exchequer Helinan Brook .................... Bailiff John Blish, Chancellor An honorary which emphasizes diversity and scholarship, and takes itself with whimsical levity, Barristers has been doing good turns since 1904. Sometime in the 20's the group originated its annual Grease Ball. There is a scholarship awarded each year to a deserving student, and the University enjoys the Barristers' services as ushers at Centennial Celebra- tions. Occasionally the Society decides to publish an issue of the RAW REVIEW, always oversubscribed. The twenty-five members of the Barristers gather bi-weekly, if it can be arranged, in order to further their vari- gated designs. Each spring ten jimiors are initiated and these tap fifteen classmates the following fall. Once service is paid its due, Barristers unabashedly promotes conviviality, though it always maintains a decorum befitting a body so venerable. fleft to rightj FIRST ROW: T. Croft, G. Schoonmaker, H. Brook, F. Woodworth, D. Dodge, J. Blish, A. Schwartz, H. Edwards, P. Rothman, L. Connor, W. Johnson. SECOND ROW: J. Collier, F. Pollock, J. I-licks, I. Goodbody, A. Lynch, G. Dutton, T. Ridgley, W. Crowley, C. K1-anwinkle, R. Adamcwski, C. Niemeth, D. Ebel, M. Mathews. 37 LAWYERS CLUB BOARD OF DIRECTORS Every spring the Law Club, of which every student is a member, elects thirteen directors to the Board. The Board is responsible for all student extra-curricular activities save Law Review and the Case Club Program. Under the Board arethe QUAD, RES GESTAE, inter- mural athletics, social events, a speakers program, and the student book exchange. The Board is a constituent member of the American Student Bar Association and sends representatives to its meetings. But in addition to all this, and in apparent conflict with its energetic promotion of social life, the Board administers disci- pline for Law Quad residents. Mike Mathews, President Michael S. Mathews . . . ....... President Joseph E. McMahon. . . . . .Vice President J. Noland Franz .... ..... S ecretary David Ebershoff. . . . . Treasurer Members of Board of Directors: fleft to rightj SEATED: J. Franz, J. McMahon, M. Mathews, D. Ebershoff, S. Gallagher. STANDING: J. Unger, E. Brown M. Lynch, K. Spangler, T. Heimer, K. Beattie, J. Iulin. Terrence L. Croft, Presiding Judge THE CASE CLUBS The freshman's first introduction to the courtroom most likely occurs when he prepares and argues a Case Club appellate brief. This activity is voluntary but at the same time it offers important experience not available in the classroom-and consequently most freshmen participate. This year 370 joined the Case Clubs. Participants prepare one appellate brief from an authentic trial record each term and make their arguments before a court of upperclass judges. Each counsel's work is graded on the quality of his research, analysis of issues, and oral and written presentation. During the first term, the Clubs instruct members in the techniques of legal research, brief writing and oral argument to prepare them for the program. Each of the sixteen clubs is headed by a senior judge with a junior clerk assisting him. The most successful ad- vocates at the year's end are chosen for advancement into the Campbell Competition. From among those selected for Campbell come the junior clerks for the following year. fleft to righrj SEATED: B. Croft, T. Croft, J. Gates. STANDING: T. Wittlinger, C. Barr, F. Pollock, D. Goelzer, K. Swift, A. Fowerbaugh,'D. Dodge, I.. Potter. NOT PRESENT: S. johnson, P. Patterson, F. Woodworth, I. McCo11ough, D. Slater, E. Jacobs, S. Gallagher. HENRY M. CAMPBELL COMPETITION Campbell Participants: fleft to rightj SEATED: I. Birge, L. Marsh, D. Ilvedson. FIRST ROW: R. Smith, S. Passer, K. Beattie, R. Bittner K. Harker. SECOND ROW: J. Schmidt, T. Rasmussen, J. Frost, J. Prov-ine, R. Heller, I. Compagnone. THIRD ROW: G. jenkins, W. Earle, G. Goray, E. Hill, S. George, R. Guritz, T. Ledbetter, J. Galbraith, 1. Barnes, E. Emerson. The thirty-two top scoring participants in the Case Club program take part, each Fall, in the quarter-final round of the Campbell Competition. Twelve continue on to the semi- final round in Febuary and four to the finals in March. The case argued this year involves labor law questions of federal removal jurisdiction and the review of arbitrators' awards. The semi-final bench will be composed of Professor Carl S. Hawkins, presidingg Robert G. Howlett, Chairman of the Michigan Labor Mediation Boardg and Jerry S. McCroskey of Marcus, McCroskey, Finucan, Libner, Sz Reamon of Mus- kegon. Judging the finals will be the Hon. Potter Stewart, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, presidingg the Hon. Roger J. Traynor, Chief Justice ofthe Supreme Court of Californiag the Hon. Paul R. Hays, of the U.S. Court of Appeals, 2d Circuitg Dean Allan F. Smithg and Professor Russel A. Smith. John E. Gates is chairman of the Campbell Competition. 40 "Please, Dear, No Footsie While Court Is In Session it A THE QUAD Al Olson, Editor-in-Chief STAFF Al Olson .... . ........ Editor Ron Gilbert, . . . . Griff Garwood . . . . . . Ass't. Editor . . .Bus. Manager Bob Viewig .... ...... S eniors John Nolon .... ...... C artoons Roger Leeds .... . . .Organizations C. Eisendrath . . . . . . Contributor Tony Hume ..... . . . Photographer George Cooney Ed Langs ...... . . . . . . Photographer . . . Photographer SEATED: Nolon, Gilbert, Olson, Garwood, Eisencirath. STANDING: Cooney, Viewig, Leeds, Hume. This yeai-'s Quad got off to several false starts before settling down to the management of frustrated-journalist A1 Olson. Ed Langs was the initial editor, but had to abandon the project in its formative stages for personal reasons. Ron Gilbert became acting editor and hovered over the scraps during their incubation period before the present editor was named. Ron then became assistant editor and, in that capacity, has handled too much work with too little credit. The cover, size, book layout, and book content are solely the fault of the editor. All objections may be forwarded to next year's editor. Inciden- tally, the covers are supposed to convey an image of the ancient Domesday Books. . .in case you're wondering whether one of our sponsors is a lumber company. The humorous CD section dividers are the artistry of John Nolon. Charlie Eisendrath, a real-live journalism student, contributed the material for the precedent-shattering section on the Law School. Griff Garwood did a fine job as business manager the sells ads and gets a tremendous rake-offj. Ed Langs, George Cooney, and Tony Hume gobbled up nine-tenths of the book's budget in a wild scramble to see who could use the most film while taking this year's Quad pictures. Bob Viewig demonstrated tremendous pa- tience in putting together the Senior section, and Roger Leeds turned in the expected performance on organizations. Many thanks also to Mrs. Betts of the Recorder's Office, Miss Bliss of Placement, and Carol Ann Crundwell, the editor's secretary. 42 V w .- ,,'.' X W" Assistant Editor Ron Gilbert Cutting Up A Bit. Roger Marce , Editor K' YQ, , 4 ,. - . Q . ' w - ' w. 1, ,gf . - 1 ms.- ..... mums.. ., ,. ...., ...- ,...,,,. . . "' "" Yhhll ..,.,.,.., , ar: 1 E-'sl."l'5Fr?!?fiiIY If -115222 ' ' :gs .......lL.'::.-tix... S I ..-. -...."".. .. ... - ....... -..... . .. .-. ....,... .....-. -.......,.... .. ... W 4. -.... ..' -nv -. i. .. ... P- .. . . ..-M . -V v.. nw- ,- . ..v... . .. a-... ...,.. WINNER OF TI-IE 1965 WURLITZER PRIZE FOR FICTION 1 RES GESTAE Each week, more or less, weary standees in the lunch line refresh themselves by pursuing a brisk, but pithy, edition of RES GESTAE, There, to ponder over, are the followups on Arboga Tech's phenomenal football triumphsg the resume of a lecture or twog irate letters from crochety seniorsg and more, sober or not, according to the whimsical fancy of Editor Roger Marce. The regular features, Freshman Briefs, Quadsville Quotes, and From The Editor's Wastebasket lead the credulous eye of the newly matriculated on to the hallowed by-line of Hadley V. Baxen- dale, replete with associations. The editorial policy has drawn numerous accolades for courage- ous and uncompromising opposition to quite a number of things, calling to mind the proud early days of McCall's. Readers may be assured of animated reportage and discerning analysis of all issues, as well as of tastefully incisive commentary. Little that transpires in the Law School escapes its day in the dock of RES GESTAE. deft to rightl: Steve Petrix, Roger Marce, Rosemary Pooler, Art Delumba 43 ADVOCATES TOASTMASTERS John W. Ester. . . ...... President Fred Smith .... . . .Vice President Jon Birge . . . . . . Treasurer Dan Kolb . . . . . Secretary John Ester , President fleft to rlghtj SEATED: I. Birge, F. Smith, I. Ester, D. Kolb. FIRST ROW: T. Wittlinger, W. Conner, D. Telleen, A. Flank, I. Monson, D. Ebershoff, P. Nicely, D. Wilton. SECOND ROW: W. Clark, J. Boskey, C. Tibbits, R. Michaelson, I. Walker, K. Spangler, D. Shaw. Though formerly a constituent of Toastmasters International, the Advocates this year decided to declare autonomy, which has served them well. Their weekly meetings take place over lunch in the Faculty Dining Room every Tuesday. The membership of twenty-three includes both master and tyro, but all take turns at the rostrum. The audience tries the mettle of its orators with challenging assignments: the improptu speech is the supreme test, from which only the nimble wit and agile tounge emerge unscathed. Advocates takes very seriously its task of turning each member into a more than competent public speaker,but it believes, just as firmly, in having a good time at it. Adepts are called to t grand, exalted office of Toastmaster, a position of temporary b absolute omnipotence. Two of the present members are Busine Administration students who cross Tappan each week and no dou fuel the repartee. Once a term, there is a dinner at which select young wom may be present on invitation. The Advocates' prospectus is elementalg talking, done wel is not only an entertaining diversion but also lays up against bright future in a loquacious profession. Cleft to right, SEATED: L Johnson, I. Kem. FIRST I X v f '...,. .3 'L'-! !-'i -ii -1-:VZ-Timur. , --........-1-Q-A, -3 n:, W 4 G 9' 57'- -ifn . S . !'3v.'x A, I I W F-Lu V . '..:. , w Ss Vantine L Ros I. Van Voo Q, 1 1 .-'fff af PSURFS The Senior leaned into his turn at the bottom ofthe stairs and almost collided with the Freshman staring intently at a poster. He heard the youngster asking, "Who are the Psurfs?" He felt for a cigarette and lit it. "The Ann Arbor Surboard Riding and Mountain Climbing Society" he replied deliberately. "What do they do?" the Freshman earnestly persisted. "Sing," shrugged the Senior. "Is that all?" said the Freshman sceptically. "Well," mused the Senior, "they throw intimate privateparties- but they'd rather entertain at other peop1es'." "Should I ask," ventured the Freshman, "if they ever ride surf- boards or climb mountains ?" "Now what do you think?" returned the Senior sagely. Cleft to rightj: jim Sprowl, J. Hoffa, C. Cohen, D. Andrews, J. Fems D Roll 1 Dodds J Cook G Ehcker "It's Been A Hard Day's Night. 46 WAITERS 8. DISHWASHERS Cleft to right, SEATED: R. Farr, J. Jeas, I. Rubenstein D. Wintroub, G. Elsener, I. Hulee, M. Knapp, L Rutter. FIRST ROW: D. Federico, B. Yops, P. Blackhurst, B. DeVrles, B. Ferrari, A. Karvelis, B. Heller, E. Miller, I. Kala, S. Oldstrom, C. U1-ist, R. Leed, S. Komjathy, T. Heimer, R. Gephardt. SECOND ROW: R. McKenzie, P. Murray, R. Nicolai, M. Hamblet, H. Brand, N. Pesler, R. Mandell, M. Ditkowsky, D. Mackstaller, P. Dunlap, R. Perrine, I. Ekola, A. Grossman, R. Becker, D. Goelzer. 'N -J XID 5.39 . JAX fl L -I f . , lyk R H' L I deft to rightj: B. Davis, E. Clark, D. Hague, F. Grimm, J. Griffith, T. Allen, B. Buncroft, S. LoPresto, J. Rosenbluth, E. McCabe. A W ,. 4.1. 1 , "fx if T ,...., ,,r V , J 47 GRADUATE STUDENTS Thirteen students from the U.S. and Canada, seven of them law teachers already, are in the graduate program for the LL.M. A number of these will ultimately take the S.J.D, degree. They are involved in specialized research projects of their own or attached to the Legislative Research Center. The LL.M. and S.J.D, programs are designed expressly for candidates intending to take up a teaching career, but a terminal LL.M. is also offered for those who wish to acquire a specialization for their practice. 'lwenty-nine graduate students from abroad are also in residence. Eleven of them are from Asia, thirteen from Europe, mainly Germany, three from Africa, and two from Australia. The Asian students include four from Japan, three from Thailand, two from the Ryukyu Islands, and four from the Phillipines. European countries represented are Germany, England, Italy, Switzerland, and Norway. African students are from Egypt and the Sudan. Many Latin Americans have attended the Law School in the past, working mainly under the direction of Professor Yntema. Ford Foundation funds support some of the students, their governments others, and some rely on other grants or private means to finance their studies. Those from civil law areas working towards the Master of Com- parative Laws degree devote a large portion of their time to American legal institutions. Those from common law nations may choose to work, instead, for the LL.M. They will put their training to use in teaching, government service, or in a few cases, private practice. Olin L. Browder, Director of Graduate Studies fleft to rightj SEATED: G. Klax, I. Cortes, K. Matsuo. FIRST ROW: M. Maxino, M. Hauser, E. Branderberg, J. Brueggemann, J. Toulmin, K. Lewmanomont, A. Gatmaytan. SECOND ROW: H. Alloub, O. Ads, K. Kaiser, I. Lieser, A. Wintexstreter, B. Bott, M. Jagmetti, D. Emmerson, I. Blanchard, I. Randall, I-I. Gutierrez. 48 OFFICERS Wilbert F. Crowley . . ..... President L. Garrett Dutton ........ Treasurer William Potter . . . . . House Manager Lee Hettinger . . . ........ Clerk James Magee, . . . . .Historian Bill Crowley, President fleft to rightj FIRST ROW: E. Reif, D. Macfarlane, R. Matthias, L. Nichols, E. Langs, W. Lewis, W. Crowley, W. Tellis, G. Dutton, A. Olson, A Scmica R Golden F. Pollack, P. Treubner, D. Crowley, j. Ester, J. Birge. ON STEP: D. Dodge, D. Str-other, W. Harmon. SECOND ROW: J. Culson L Foster I Roper, L. Phillips, R. King, R. McDonough, R. Goldman, D. Carpenter, C. Gary, D. Crowford, L. I-Iettinger, I. Bruggeman, M. Newbold, D. Boryman D Ilvedson M. Mathews, D. Porteous, R. Andrew, G. Freese, R. Rinella, H. Groves. THIRD ROW: I. Collier, C. Todd, G. Garwood, J. McMahon F Cassity E Staelm R. Saylor, P. DePrez, R. Vieweg. FOURTH ROW: T. Miller, I. Leavitt, M. Schoenberger, C. Esser, E. Emerson, H. Blankenfeld, M Prentice L Smith W. Stage, I. Hutchinson. Founded on the University of Michigan Campus in 1869, Phi Delta Phi has blossomed into the largest legal fraternity in the nation. Consistent with this growth, Michigan's Chapter, Kent Inn, boasts 160 mem- bers, the largest fraternity on campus. The purpose of Phi Delta Phi is to provide its members with a needed social outlet from their law school endeavors. In furtherance of that purpose, Phid provides a highly-regarded social program. Speci- fically this program includes: mixers Q"T.G.'s"J with the cream of the feminine undergraduate society, Happy Hour every Friday night-whichwe generally try to bring to a halt some time before sunrise on Satur- dayg and Saturday night holocausts complete with band. Less frequent occasions include: Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Spring Vacation Parties, the Champagne Partyg the semi-annual Phid-Nu Sig boutg and any other excuse for a party which may germinate in the restive Phid minds. In addition, the Phid lounge, complete with juke box and appropriate liquid refreshments, is open twenty-four hours a day for members and guests. Turning to athletics, the phid A. C. subsidizes and fields feared teams in all major intramural sports, including football, basketball and baseball, etc. Although suffering occasional setbacks, Phid has proved a perenial powerhouse in intramurals-be it on the gridiron, hardwood court, or diamond. Throughout the Michigan Campus, the words Phi Delta Phi have become synonomous with the well rounded law student-a person both academically and socially sound. Thus we point with understandable pride to the quality of the men who call themselves "Phids". PHI DELTA PHI PHI ALPHA DELTA Ed Henneke . . Bob Hollenshead Ed Henneke , Justice Phi Alpha Delta QPADj was organized nationally November 8, 1902. It currently has 147 active and alumni chapters, more than any other professional legal fraternity. PAD provides such services to students as a national endowment loan fund, placement services on a national scale, a group insurance program for life, disability and professional liability, a national publication sent to each member without change, and a Supreme Court clerkship provided by the United States Supreme Court Justice Clerk. Michigan's James V. Campbell Chapter was chartered on March 11, 1905. Campbell Chapter does not have a house, but, nevertheless, a very active professional and social program is maintained. The main profes- sional activities include weekly luncheon meetings at which Various pro- fessors, attorneys, and other persons of related professional fields are invited to speak, legal internship in law offices in Ann Arbor, legal aid to indigent criminals, Circuit Court clerkships, experience in the Washtenaw County Prosecutor's Office and various other activities. These services are maintained with the aid of alumni who are either judges or practicing attorneys in Ann Arbor. PAD is one of the few fraternities that can offer extensive opportunity for practical experience to supplement law school training, yet PAD is able to provide these benefits at minimal cost to its members. PAD also sponsors various social events throughout the year. Membership is open to all male law students in good standing at Michigan. Eight professors and two judges of the Washtenaw County Circuit Court are alumni. RayGreen.... Larry Sharp . . . . . . Jack Frost . . . . . . . . . Justice Vice-Justice . . . . Clerk . . Marshall . Treasurer Professor L. Hart Wright Holds Forth. deft to right, SEATED: R. Green, E. Henneke, L. Sharp. FIRST ROW: B. Timmons, S. Small, 1. Frost, D. Morgan,j.,D. Vogel, J. Van Voorthuijsen, S. Schaeffer, R. Esch, B. Hollenshead. SECOND ROW: R. Egnor, C. David, W. Pelster, I. Ballway, T. Rasmussen, K. Talcott, L Ross, D McGinty, D. Wahr, M. Mehr, P. Miller. 50 TAU EPSILON RHO Dave Kerr, Chancellor f ' -D , 44i ,,,ty , , n fleft to right, SITTING: F. Grimm, B. Barris, D. Kerr, P. Grant, I. Quaremba. STANDING: I. Osthaus, S. Patt, I. Boskey, I. McLaughlin, D Rands R Gilbert, D. Shaw, P. Weinberg, E. Frost. Epsilon Chapter of Tau Epsilon Rho has served the University of Michigan Law School and its members since 1926. Luncheon meetings, where members share ideas with professional guest speakers, are a principle function of the chapter. In addition, the chapter actively participates in intramural sports events and sponsors regular social gatherings for the members. The social highlights for the year are the Home- coming Dinner Dance and the Spring Ball. At these lively events, members of the national fraternity govern- ing board, alumni, and present members feast and frolic with dates and wives. Tau Epsilon Rho is a national fraternity of 5,000 members. It began its existence as a national fra- ternity in 1921 when two local law fraternities from Western Reserve University and Ohio State University combined to form Tau Epsilon Rho, an Ohio Corporation. Sixteen undergraduate chapters have been founded since its inception, the last being Phi Chapter at the University of Miami in 1952. Ten active graduate chapters maintain ties between alumni members from Boston to Chicago and from Milwaukee to Miami. Each year the fraternity holds a national convention hosted by one of the graduate chapters. Moot court competition, business meetings, and festive social gatherings combine to make a gay atmosphere over the New Year's Holiday. The Benjamin N. Cardozo Memorial Award is presented at each national convention to the person who best exemplifies the spirit of Cardozo in contributing to our democratic way of life. Among the distinguished recipients of the Award are: Honorable Robert H. Jackson, Honorable Frank Murphy, Honorable Learned Hand, Honorable Fred M. Vinson, Honorable Roscoe Pound, Pearl S. Buck, and Adlai E. Stevenson. 51 Dave Kerr . . . ...... Chancellor Paul Grant . . . . . .Vice Chancellor Bill Barris . . . ........ Bursar Steve Raimi . . . ......... Historian Fred Grimm . . . . . Master of the Rolls DELTA TH ETA PH I Pete Burkard . . . ....... Dean John Cook .... . . . Vice Dean Frank Bentley. . . . . . Treasurer George Cooney . . . . . .... Tribune Steve Boak ..... .......... B ailiff Pete Galloway. . .. . . Master of Ritual Chuck Tappan . . . ....... . Clerk Pete Burkard, De an Since Delta Theta Phi was founded in 1913 by the union of three older legal fraternities, it has grown steadily, until it now has more student senates and active alumni groups than any other law fraternity. Christiancy Senate at the University of Mich- igan Law School was one of the charter senates when the fraternity was formed, having been founded in 1912. The present fraternity house, one of several the group has had in Ann Arbor, has been the home of the Delts for only three years, and is now being purchased by them. The house carries on a somewhat fluid and always enjoyable social program designed for hard-working fand otherj law students who are looking for week-end sociability. Limited only by the imagination of the social chairman and the vigilance of the local constabulary, the program usually includes a Saturday party often with combo, and a variety of Friday night record dances, Sunday punch and jam sessions, and special parties. Of course the house is always open for a late drink and "bull session." Current expenses are met by regular membership dues, the purchase of the house is being handled through very generous support from the alumni and pledges from all the active members for future contributions. A substantial program of physical improvements is now nearing completion. The roster of Delt alumni includes such men as Oliver Wendell Holmes, Calvin Coolidge, J. Edgar Hoover, Judge Voelker, and many other judges, senators, governors and educational and business leaders. On the local scene Delts continue to be well represented in Law Review, Lawyers Club Executive Council, Campbell Competition, S,B.A., Psurfs, Coif, and Barristers. fleft to rightj SEATED: G. Cooney, P. Burkard, F. Bentley, S. Boak. FIRST ROW: K. Scherer, A. Strohmaier, M. Kapp, M. Goldstein, D. Guritz, S. Moen, H. VanWye, R. Herbert. SECOND ROW: W. Buhl, R. Berkwitz, R. Paye, S. Rom, D. Andrews, M. Malley, Hollweg, I. Hague, I. Griffith, W. Wood, H. Fegen, S. Pe..ix. THIRD ROW: J. Listak, I. Hartranft. 52 fleft to rightjg R.Bonges, E. Jacobs, G. Elicker, J. Kouba. MISSING: T. Schoenbaum. Cleft to rightl: Pete Paterson, Dennis Slater, John Gates, Charles Barr, Tim Witlinger. 53 FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM In 1954, the Ford Foundation made a sizable grant to the Law School to pro- mote international legal studies. Apor- tion of the grant,which expires this year, has been used to support students who wish to continue their study of interna- tional and comparative law overseas. Many of the Ford Fellowship recipients have been assisted from other sources, enabling the available money to be dis- tributed more widely. Since the incep- tion of the program, thirty-one fellow- ships have been awarded for one year's graduate work abroad. This year's recipients are: Gordon Elicker, to study in Franceg Robert Bonges, Belgium or Franceg Ethan Ja- cobs, Germanyg and Thomas Sch- oenbaum, Germany and other Common Market countries. NATIONAL MOOT COURT TEAM The Moot Court Team,usually composed of seniors who did well in the Campbell Competition,takes part in a national round of ap- pellate arguments against the teams representing other law schools. By placing first or second in the regionals held in Detroit, the team can advance to the finals in New York and the opportunity to become national champions. LAW WIVES ASSOCIATION fleft to rightj SEATED: Cathy Bomberger, Marilyn Newbanks, Sue Kran- winkel, Louise Mueller. STANDING: Harriet Perrin, Carlene Hovwrani, Judy Cunningham, Judy Fultz, Becky Hill, Sandy Clark, Andy Purves, May Kirimitsu. A law wife is generally spoken of as a versatile crea- ture, so it seems quite appropriate that the Law Wives Association should demonstrate this Versatility. Its members are all text-book widows, and many double as bread-winners in the bargain. The Association welcomes newly arrived consorts and helps them to explore the labyrinths of Ann Arbor. It allows its members many opportunities to share and develop their interests as well. Those who eschew the TV Dinner may find solance with the culinary arts group. Art, drama, and literary groups employ the creative. The Weak-Seven club opener is one of the proudest inventions of the bridge players, and the sewing circle affords a refuge for those who demand both conversation and ac- complishment. The legal studies group assaults the my- steries of the law, and the Winterdance Committee makes a much appreciated annual contribution to the social calendar. As for charity, the bake sale is the Wives' countermeasure to that inescapable and soul-leaching af- fliction, final week instantus. .- Q N. .1 Mrs. Doug Kranwinkle, President Mr. C. D. Kranwinkle . . . . . . . . . . . .President Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Ted Clark .......... lst Vice President Peter Bornberger ..... 2nd Vice President James Perrin ............. Treasurer Morton Cunningham . . Recording Secretary Walter Kirirnitsu. Corresponding Secretary Occasionally, Wives Axe Taken Out For A Wild Evening. TH E LAW Hobart R. Coffey ......... Director Beverley J. Pooley . . . Assistant to the y Director Fred Smith .... Assistant Director and Chief Reference Librarian Lois Brumbaugh . .Acting Chief Catalog Librarian Gordon Fretwell .... Chief Circulation Librarian Michael Keresztesi ...... Chief Order Librarian Lilly M. Roberts . . .Chief Bibliographer Hobart R. Coffey, Director Since 1931, when it left Haven Hall for Thomas Cook's newly erected Legal Research Building, the library has grown from 95,458 volumes to 334,374 volumes. In the process, Director Hobart Coffey has built the library into one of the finest legal research collections in the world. The library budget totalled SB111,000 this year, more than half of which went for continuations, including the 6,380 serial titles in the catalogue. Presently, the library is absorbed in completing its collection of primary legal sources of every nation and has recently been adding Japanese and African materials in particular. The collection of Inter- national Organlzation documents, financed by Ford funds, is one of the most extensive in existence. This year a substantially complete collection of government publications dealing with the Internal Revenue Laws was purchased from Mr. Carleton Fox. Other collections include various editions of Blackstone and a good selection of lncunabula. At the present rate of acquisition, some 8,000 bound volumes per year, including bound periodicals and purchased collections, no immediate shortage of shelf space is anticipated. The staff is now composed en- tirely of professional librarians who are assisted by part-time student help. One welcome improvement planned is better lighting for the reading room. The facilities for visiting and resident scholars, including ample carrel and office space, microfilm equipment, and inter-library loans are some of the best in the country. Moreover, the library serves members of the bar and judges in addition to the students themselves. fleft to rightl FIRST ROW: 1. Saborio, W. Brock, G. Dobson, G. Berghund, R. McSweeny, G. Fretwell, T. Heath. SECOND ROW: 1. Kouba, K. Ooster- house, R. Bibart, C. Thornton, W. Schroeder, M. Coffield, J. Neuenschwander, J. Provine. 55 CIVIL RIGHTS RESEARCH COUNCIL Robert Harris, Faculty Advisor Joe McMahon, Chairman The Michigan Law Students Civil Rights Research Council,formed in 1964 as a law school organization, is composed of students willing to provide research assistance for private and governmental attorneys who are engaged in civil rights and racial discrimination cases. The Council acts solely as a clearinghouse between students and attorneys, with the studentworking directly with the particular attorney. The students are assisted by an editorial board consisting of law review candidates. The Council is an autonomous local affiliate ofthe national Law Students Civil Rights Research Council which is headquartered in New York, and is financed by the Stern and Field Foundations. The Michigan Council is headed by chairman Joe McMahon and vice-chairman Joe Boerner. The regular faculty advisor is Professor Robert Harris, who will be absent Spring semester, during which time Professor Jerold Israel will assume his position. The basic objectives of the Council are three-fold: lj To work for the elimination of racial discriminationg 23 To provide attorneyswith student research abilityg 31 To provide students an opportunity to research actual civil rights problems. In addition to working on research projects,the Council assisted the Lawyers' Club in promoting a talk given at the Law School in November by Assistant Attorney-General John Doar ofthe Justice Department's Civil Rights Division. The Council was represented at the January Conference on Law and Indigency held in Washington, D.,C. Through its national affiliation, the Council is able to participate in two summer intern programs for interested Michigan law students, one working with attorneys in the South, and the other working for attorneys in New York City. Membership is open to any law student who has a concern for, and an interest in, civil rights, and is willing to do actual research work. fleft to right, SEATED: R. Saudek, I. McMahon, G. Gai-wood. STANDING: E. Bau.mga.rt, K. Beattie, E. Levy, E. Hendon, I. Monson, R. Glotta, D. Miller L. Berkowitz, I. Boerner. 56 Ji! if iv 7 L PLACEMENT Aww X , Q3 E . O NTENTX VK X :ir L ON L 2 if C00 L I-W f- mf 5 L X fl- LW M XM ji Simons ,, .'.,,ja.,a,f,.- H .. . . ROBERT EDWARD ADAMOWSKI 1647 N. Nagle Ave. Chicago 35, Illinois Cornell University Barristers JOAN VERNA GOODMAN ARROWSMITH 2948 Macomb N.W. Washington, D.C. University of Michigan Case Club CHARLES J. BARR 1215 Greenwich Saginaw, Michigan University of Michigan Case Club Campbell Competition National Moot Court Team 4 RONALD CURTIS ALLAN 40 S. Spring Ave. LaGrange, Illinois University of Michigan Case Club, Visiting Judge R--.-N CHARLES HENR Y AYMOND 1912 Fourth St. Jackson, Michigan Brown University Case Club Phi Delta Phi '21 if ROBERT C. BATES III Westwood Park Columbia City, Indiana E DANIEL J. ANDREWS 2541 LaMothe Detroit 6, Michigan University of Detroit Case Club Delta Theta Phi 46 THOMAS E . BAKER 121 E. 194th St. Euclid 19, Ohio Harvard College Case Club Bancroft-Whitney Award ROY H. BATISTA 2122 Mars Ave. Lakewood, Ohio Miami University fOxford, Ohioj Miami University Case Club Case Club 58 l LEO H. ANGELOS 26351 Ypsilanti Flat Rock, Michigan University of Michigan Phi Delta Phi l J Q BRUCE RICHARD BANCROFT 1012 Angel St. Plymouth, Indiana Michigan State University Case Club 'WW' FRANK BENTLEY 9036 Auburn Detroit 28, Michigan University of Detroit Case Club Delta Theta Phi, Treasurer RICHARD L. BLATT 1531 Blanchon Ave. LaGrange Park, Illinois LARRY J. BINGHAM 545 1 Canterbury Shawnee-Mission, Kansas Kansas State University University of Illinois Case Club Campbell Competition Case Club Bancroft-Whitney Award PAUL W. BOLLMAN, JR. PETER C. BOMBERGER Chestnut St. '7127 Forest Ave. , Penna. Hammond, Indiana Duke University Cornell University Case Club ,yr , , . 1.-gn-45-.-.- M QW,-7.7, 7-7- JOHN HARWOOD BLISH 1127 N. Osborne Blvd. Racine, Wisconsin Brown University Michigan Law Review, Associate Editor N I.: :ij-Qsgg WILLIAM JOSEPH BOGAARD 2100 Kennedy Drive Sioux City, Iowa Loyola University CLos Angelesj Michigan Law Review, Assistant Editor Barristers Society iLord Chancellorjlnternational Law Society fPresidentJ Phi Delta Phi Case Club, Junior Clerk Bancroft-Whitney Award ROBERT C. BONGES 433 Park Ave. Ottawa, Illinois Northwestern University Michigan Law Review, Assistant Editor Case Club Bancroft-Whitney Award Solicitors WALTER BROCK HELMAN R. BROOK Gilford Rd. 3416 Mountain Lane Michigan Birmingham 13, Alabama General Motors Institute University of Alabama Barristers Case Club ERIC v. BROWN, JR. 2806 Taliesin Drive Kalamazoo, Michigan University of Michigan Case Club Board of Directors Co-chairman Speakers Committee 59 STEPHEN E . BRAWNER 7101 Slater Merriam, Kansas University of Kansas Case Club Campbell Competition V ,.:,Ji,i - 1 1 HERBERT H. BROWN 23497 Parklawn Oak Park, Michigan University of Michigan Case Club Tau Epsilon Rho , . 1 , VAQJ., Y. , ,, JAMES R . BROWN 451 W. Allegan Otsego, Michigan Albion College Case Club WALTER C . BROWN 25051 Marshall Ave. Dearborn, Michigan University of Michigan Case Club CARL RAY BURDICK 6165 Cypress Dr. Mount Morris, Michigan University of Michigan , B in-5 in LAWRENCE D. BURKE RICHARD K. BURNHAM 13520 White Lake Rd. 118 Parchmount Fenton, Michigan Parchment, Michigan Eastern Michigan University Kalamazoo College Case Club r' f-H ff-A--P fi ALAN S. BURSTEIN 1121 Maiden Lane Ann Arbor, Michigan University of Michigan Tau Epsilon Rho Q55 Y FRED C. CASSITY CHARLES E. CLARK 15105 Vaughan 9206 Belineo Rd. Detroit, Michigan Leawood, Kansas University of Michigan Harvard College Phi Delta Phi Case Club Phi Delta Phi -1 R. THEODORE CLARK, JR. 1018 The Terrace Hagerstown, Maryland Syracuse University Case Club Research Assistant Prof. R. A. Smith Junior Legal Writing Prize 60 PETER H. BURKARD 814 W. 3rd St. North Platte, Nebraska Harvard College Delta Theta Phi 5-" 51 CHRISTOPHER L . CARSON 820 Soundview Drive Mamaroneck, New York Duke University Case Club X51 ,K Y. ",,1'w 1 ' ' 1 'i hr- i WADE P. CLARKE, JR. 552 Country Club Blvd. Des Moines, Iowa University of Notre Dame Case Club Toastmasters fi O' T it DARRYL ROBERT COCHRANE AMOS J. COFFMAN, JR. 1 36 Wisner Alpena, Michigan University of Michigan Case Clubs JAMES W. COLLIER 1738 N. Gulley Rd. Dearborn, Michigan University of Michigan Michigan Law Review Barristers Society Phi Delta Phi i -L... hm.. WILLIAM A. CRANE 19 W. Hannum Saginaw, Michigan Albion College Case Club Phi Delta Phi 324 Anneliese Dr. Falls Church, Virginia Harvard College Case Club Michigan Law Review 'JS' LAURENCE D. CONNOR 1553 Cambridge Blvd. Columbus, Ohio Miami University Case Club, Junior Clerk Michigan Law Review, Associate Editor Barristers Society rg ar CHARLES C . COHEN 209 Braybarton Blvd. Steubenville, Ohio Dartmouth College Case Club Citation Checker-Law Review Psurfs L, , MARY MANDANA CONRAD 1101 Highland Ave. St. Joseph, Michigan Northwestern University Case Club Michigan Law Review I X Q . M "TD: Wux- T. PETER CRAVEN 2991 Niagara St. Denver, Colo. Georgetown University Case Club Phi Delta Phi Toastmasters Mrs . BARBARA CROFT 400 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, Michigan Bryn Mawr College Case Club, Junior Clerk, Senior Judge 61 MICHAEL ROBERT COLE 18013 Ohio Detroit 21, Michigan Wayne State University NL---f' ROBERT S. CRAGG Box 1060, Rt. 2 Wayzata, Minnesota College of St. Thomas Case Club ,mm-A .0 'Q-F, s..,..., TERRENCE LEE CROFT 400 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, Michigan Yale University Case Club, Junior Clerk, Presiding Judge Campbell Competition Winner Barristers FL . , J ln A l. js. 'UD WILBERT F. CROWLEY, JR. ROBERT HOWARD DASKAL 3150 N. Lake Shore Drive Chicago, Illinois 627 Garland Winnetka, Illinois Holy Cross College University of Michigan Case Club Case Club Phi Delta Phi, President Barristers IRWIN JAY DEUTCH ROBERT G. DICKINSON 20026 Canterbury Rd. 747 Packard Detroit, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan University of Michigan University of Michigan Tau Epsilon Rho Case Club Students Civil Rights Research Council ..,..Q,l br 3:7 JOHN V. DONNELLY JAMES DONOHUE 212 Hillside Ave. 9 Essex Place Des Moines, Iowa, Bronxville, New York Harvard College Yale University Case Club C1159 Club 5 PAUL F. DAUER 1900 S. Ontario St. Oxnard, California University of California at Santa Barbara Case Club International Law Society D. L. DEMENT 283 Meachem Battle Creek, Michigan University of Michigan Case Club fl . JAMES T. DODDS III 22 Southmoor Clayton, Missouri Princeton University Phi Delta Phi Psurfs, Vice-President 'li'-' DAVID D . DODGE Rock Point Farm Bowling Green, Ohio Princeton University Case Club, Junior Clerk, Senior Judge Campbell Competitions, quarter finalist Barristers Phi Delta Phi, clerk L. GARRETT DUTTON, JR. 5 So. Broadmoor Springfield, Ohio DePauw Case Club Barristers Phi Delta Phi, Treasurer 62 DAVID MILTON EBEL 1600 West 28th Topeka, Kansas Northwestern University Michigan Law Review, Editor- in- Chief Barristers Case Club, visiting judge Bancroft-Whitney Award ,rr ,,,, NWFDJ... , ..- DAVID EBERSHOFF 2505 W. Dean Rd. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Duke University Case Club Toastmasters Lawyer's Club, Board of Directors Phi Delta Phi 'Ki JOHN W. ESTER 307 W. Westfield Blvd. Indianapolis, Indiana Purdue University Case Club Phi Delta Phi Advocates Toastmasters, President FEDERICO Dressler Rd. Heights, Ohio Club Aipha Delta Reserve University ,lim Q75 HARRY T . EDWARDS 87 Woodland Detroit, Michigan Cornell University Case Club Michigan Law Review Barristers E I l l l Fis- GORDON ELICKER 16705 Woodbury Ave. Cleveland, Ohio University of Michigan Case Club Michigan Glee Club Psurfs - iw RAYMOND G. ESCH 29058 Manchester Rd. Garden City, Michigan Case Club Phi Alpha Delta in . ii is 1 RICHARD L. FAIRCHILD JEROME D. FARMER II RICHARD R. FARR 6467 Holliday Drive East RR 82 1104 Cross Lane Indianapolis, Indiana Edwardsburg, Michigan Cincinnati, Ohio DePauw University University of Michigan Harvard College Case Club Case Club Case Club 'I 'CHI' ' C Q Q , ls: I Q I I V 5 'al '. 3 , 1--A - Q- 2 I , . ' ' ' U ' . sv-1'!f1,v,-i - M-. Y . r ' JOHN P. FERNSLER DAVID A. FONTANE III ROBERT B. FOSTER 145 E. Lincoln 3405 Norwood 2112 Melrose Robesonia, Pennsylvania Ann Arbor, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Dickinson College University of Connecticut Denison University Case Club 63 Phi Delta Phi 1.,..-..a, nag.- W- - Z, .-,-.- 5465.3-Q x.-I ALBERT E . 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FRICK 302 Sunset Drive Fort Scott, Kansas University of Kansas Case Club, Junior Clerk Campbell Competition Phi Delta Phi "f-Tl ta ROBERT HERSCHEL GARB 1555 Wood Rd. Cleveland Heights 27, Ohio University of Michigan 1 V N U In ,I 3 'G -me , .. D. V. it 5' a A 4 ' 1' YI? . jf 'A ' : t"! JOHN E. GATES RICHARD A. GEPHARDT 1531 Bryan Ave. 6263 Reber Pl. Salt Lake City, Utah St. Louis 39, Missouri University of Utah Northwestern University Case Club, Junior Clerk, Case Club Senior Judge Toastmasters Campbell Competition, finalist, Law Club Headwaitel' Quad Yearbook, Bus. Manager chairman 54National Moot Court Team THOMAS V . GILES 13100 Griggs Ave. Detroit, Michigan College of the Holy Cross PAUL ROBERT GRANT 19207 Warrington Drive Detroit 21, Michigan University of Michigan Case Club Tau Epsilon Rho, Vice-President ' l A MORRIS A. HALPERN 282 Altamont Place Somerville, New Jersey Lafayette College Case Club I is DAVID H. 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ROW 3. Levy, Oosterhouse, Price, Ledbetter, Levi, McCaughey, Mehr, May, LaMotte. ROW 4. Newbold, Pliskin, Rosenberg, McCabe, Newman, Reiminga, Riecker, List:-Lk, Robinson. ROW 5. Whitmer, Flank, Rosebluth, Purves, Martin, Passer, Levitk, Lasken. ROW 6. Pease, Colby, Luttrell, Levin, Markel, Merritt, McCrory, Panzer, Levy. ROW 7. Henderson, Melling, Leavitt, Magee, Kidder, Piiffenroth, Leroy, McMaster. N N S S fleft to rightj: ROW 1. M. Schilling, L. Rothbard, S. Stein, H. Toppel, D. Drury, D. Sturges, P. Groffsky, W. Wood, J. Griffith, R. Schaack. ROW 2. I. Whinrey, D. Appelman, R. I-Iollenshaud, M. Simkin, D. Skinner, R. Steckler, S. Witwer, L. Sherman, D. Wahr, S. Small, J. Westen, P. Bursick. ROW 3. W. Kerr, I. VanVoorthausen, R. Vieweg, J. Siebers, R. Gillette, Geichman, F. Sehlegel, E. Thompson, E. Serr, T. Washing, I. Sharpe, J. Hombeck. ROW 4. R. Wise, B. Handschu, S. Sinai, I. Walker, F. Walpole, R. Williams, E. Staelin, G. Wheeler, P. DePrez, E. Clark, L. VanTi1, C. Hoffman, M. Tepper, G. Ward,'P. Breen, D. Shaw, I. Rubenstein, S. Unger, D. Shevitz, R. Newton, D. Wintroub, K. Scherer, R. Taylor, K. Wysogland. ROW 6. R. Schwenk, W. Runyon, R. Vega, K. Snyder, J. Sn-aub, W. Shaw, D. Shafto, L. Zelle. ROW 7. R. Sehuahardt, R. Tyler, M. Schoenberger, S. Kin, O. Saylor, W. Whitbeck, P. Healy. ROW 8. R. Denison, R. Rogers, L. Futrath, W. Sikkengh. , e 'E , -VIL Jilin .1-1 g"he-,,,.- ,, , LVL 6' XX-f XS -'h...-- ll I s f vig 1.1 Q- Q ind" 445' fleft to rightjz ROW 1. T. Heath, Harman, T. Freytag, D. Elvedson, H. Kaufman, A. Grossman, G. Glover, C. jehle, I. King, S. james. ROW 2. E. Hood, P. Gloor, E. Gray,j. Hooker, J. Hague, D. Goldsweig, O. Kayes, R. Kaufman, H. Grossman, M. Gordon, F. Grimm, F. Kreig. ROW 3. R. Smith, R. Gurilz, D. Furitz, R. Hollweg, H. Jenkins, R. Gilbert, J. Osthaus, S. Frank, I. 1-Ioffa, T. Reinsman, R. Michaelson. ROW 4. W. Hoffman, M. Harrison, R. Heller, B. Gamer, R. Fippinger,W. Hawgood, N. Neiman, W. Herman, B. Kuklin, W. Keller, I. Hammer, j. Hale. ROW 5. P. Galloway, M. Kapp, C. Hamilton, W. Herrick, I. Howie, R. Glotta, E. Hendon, J. Hoier, K. Harker, J. Hutson. ROW 6. E. Hill, T. Geil, Porteous, B. Groom, I. Hamer, I. Onder, S. George, G.Indeg1ia, R. Hopkins, S. Moen. ROW 7. P. Goodspeed, J. Galbraith, D. Horton, I. Schmidt, R. Pave, W. Hooth, R. King, D. julian, I. Ghent. ROW 8. J. Giffen, T. Noble, D. Mulilitner, H. Grossman, B. Martin. Cleft to rightj: ROW 1. T. Evelawb, I. Carlson, R. Bittner, K. Beattie, W. Doster, S. Comen, R. Dirnling, J. Auld. ROW 2. M. Fegan, M. Devine, H. Ewalt, G. Clay, A. Barker, D. Croysdnle, R. Adman, D. Cain, E. Emerson, R. Sneed. ROW 3. R. Beicl-ce, 1. Compagnone, E. Bs.unga.rt, L. Backus, D. Rowley, R. Dinerstein, G. Coney, D. Carpenter, J. Dumont. ROW 4. W. Anderson, R. Becker, T. Brown, 'j'. Ferris, R. Devyak, D. Earle, W. Barris, I. Choi, R. Epstein. ROW 5. j. Chamberlain, M. Cunningham, G. Yom-ig, C. Bowmer, I. Birge, S. Andeel, L. Berkowitz, F. Dickerson, J. Ervin. ROW 6. F. Lassebaum, J. Bamcr, l-l. Andrews, R. Disantis, M. Farrar, L. Dubin, D. Rands, W. Davis, G. Dat-tore. ROW 7. J. Clohset, S. Engle, W. McDowell, G. Elsener, D. Mueller, 1. Cook, H. Hayet, R. Epstein, M. Beebe. ROW 8. P. Eppinga, S. Bodzin, R. Boyle, S. Broekle, H. Cummins, A. Boemer, S. Zell, D. Dunningham, A. Gutzbaugh, ROW 9. D. Crawford, S. Boak, E. Fauri, I. Devereaux, G. Coggins, G. Glendening, L. Docks, A. Chinn, T. Chase. 'IT' i' ' gr 'x .MJ EW, 4 7' C... X N 4, -gn-L, , .uv I I David E. Adelman 551 S. State Street Ann Arbor, Michigan Robert A. Admas 2500 Uhl Ct. Dayton, Ohio Stanley C. Andeel 204 N. Pinecrest Wichita, Kansas William C. Anderson 1611 S. State 449 Ann Arbor, Michigan Horace Andrews 2625 Derbyshire Rd. Cleveland Hgts., Ohio John C. Auld 1300 Bedford Grosse Pte., Michigan Lawrence A. Backus 2735 S. Wagner Ann Arbor, Michigan Anthony J. Ba.rke RFD 42, Box 175 Litchfield, Conn. Charles L. Barnell 901 S. Lakeview Sturgis, Mich. James G. Barnes Chrysler Argentius Casulade correa 444 William G. Barris 1090 Island Dr. Ct. Detroit, Michigan Elliot M. Baumgart 4877 Broadway New York, N.Y. Kevin M. Beattie 729 Pemberton Grosse Pte., Michigan Robert D. Becker 351 Genesee Park Dr. Syracuse 3, N.Y. Marcus Plin Beebe 37 Studio Lane Bronxvllle, N.Y. Robert W. Beicke 70 S. Shore Dr. Orchard Park, N.Y. Lawrence M. Berkowitz 7 1 5 Columbia Leavenworth, Kansas Robert S. Berkwltz 1104 E. Minnehaha Parkway, Minn. Jonathan L. Birge 2658 Cold Springs Rd. Indianapolis, Ind. Rodger V. Bittner 1335 Miami Rd. Benton Harbor, Mich. Barton S. Blond 631 W. 67th Terrace Kansas City, Mo. Stephen H. Boak 103 N. Main St. Muncy, Penn. Stephen A. Bodgin 1647 Beal Ann Arbor, Mich. Alfred V. Boerner 1587 Beal Ann Arbor, Mich. IUNIOR CLASS DIRECTORY Susan D. Borman 1233 Island Dr. Ann Arbor, Mich. Carl F. Bowmer 2633 Washington Blvd. Huntington, W. Va. Terrance K. Boyle B03 E. Kingsley Ann Arbor, Mich. Nathaniel Preston Breed, Jr. 224 Murray Ave. Ann Arbor, Mich. Paul L. Brown 415 Nob Hill Place Ann Arbor, Mich. Douglas M. Buchwalter 67 E. Schreyer Pl. Columbus, Ohio Paul G. Bursick 929 Walter Ave. Des Plaines, Ill. Alfred M. Butzbaugh Box 87, North Shore Dr. Benton Harbor, Mich. Douglas M. Cain 1015 Church St. 55 Ann Arbor, Mich. Jon D. Carlson 2205 Benjamin Ave. Kalamazoo, Mich. Daniel T. Carpenter 223 N. Cockran Charlotte, Mich. Frances C. Cassebaurn 250 Booth Ave. Englewood, N.J. John L. Chamberlain 6031 Halifax Ave. N. Minneapolis, Minn. Thomas D. Chase 500 Leonard St. Park Ridge, Ill. Harvey Chayet 19793 Cheyenne Detroit, Mich. Alexander B. Chinn 1050 Washington St. 446 San Francisco, Californ Earle S. Clarke 473 Puritan Birmingham, Mich. Gerald S. Clay 23711 E. Silsby Rd. Cleveland, Ohio Jeanne M. Clohset 500 3rd St. Manistee, Mich. George C. Coggins 109 Fullerton Galesburg, Mich. William M. Colby 4333 Blubird Dr. Unionlake, Mich. Steven J. Comen 101 Abbottsford Rd. Brookline, Mass. James F. Compagnone Z0 Wolfe Dr. Wheeling, W. Va. George A. Cooney 17177 Parkside Detroit, Mich. ia John C. Cook 16720 E. Jefferson Grosse Pte., Mich. Dewey B. Crawford 1851 Seminole Lane Saginaw, Mich. Douglas M. Crowley B0 Claremont Ave. Maplewood, N.J. David W. Croysdale 2802 Pittsfield Blvd. Ann Arbor, Mich. Robert M. Cumming 5575 Meadow Wood Lane Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Harry B. Cummins Box 346 Okemos, Mich. David R. Cunningham 314 Holter St. Helena, Mont. Morton C. Cunningham, II 2205-2 Hubbard Ann Arbor, Michigan Eugene F. Dattore 241 W. Hickory East Rochester, N.Y. William B. Davis, Jr. RFD 462 Belding, Mich. Michael C. Devine 110 Guion St. Pleasantville, N.Y. Robert J. Devyak 7834 Wisconsin Dearborn, Mich. Frank S. Dickerson 2514 Pittsfield Blvd. Ann Arbor, Mich. Robert A. Dimling 324 7th Findley, Onio Robert C. Dinersteln 40 E. 9th New York, N.Y. Richard J. Desantis 1534 S. Belvoir Blvd. Euclid, Ohio Leslie R. Docks 19765 Warrington Dr. Detroit, Mich. William E. Doster Kingsley Rd. Elma, New York Lawrence A. Dubin 21930 Parklawn Oak Park, Mich. John H. Dumont 2141 Medford Lane it6 Ann Arbor, Mich. William C. Earle 1718 Morton Ann Arbor, Mich. Graydon H. Ellis, Jr. 224 Eighth Ann Arbor, Mich. George M. Elsener 946 Westchester Grosse Pte., Mich. Edwin C. Emerson 505 W. Harrison Monticello, Ind. 86 David E. Engdahl 5116 Rockcreek Lane Shawnee Mission, Kaus. Steven C. Engle Rte 6, Box 531 Tucson, Arizona Peter L. Eppinga 1504 E. Park Place Ann Arbor, Mich. Robert E. Epstein 1058 Island Dr. Ct. Ann Arbor, Mich. Robert J. Epstein 14 Grand Ave. Staten Island, N.Y. James C. Ervin, Jr. 2210-4 Cram Place Ann Arbor, Mich. Thomas S. Eveland 27610 Terrance Livonia, Mich. Henry W. Ewalt Pearce Mill Rd. Wexford, Penn. Michael H. Farrar 24458 Lake Rd. Bay Village, Ohio Eric J. Fauri 20 Harvard Pl. Ann Arbor, Mich. Michael R. Fegen 22025 Lake Rd. Rocky River, Ohio John E. Ferris 1009 3rd St. Lewiston, Idaho Frederick G. Fetters 3406 Oakwood Ann Arbor, Mich. Robert A. Feppinger 227 Van Houten Ave. Wyckoff, N.J. Sidney L. Frank 250 S. Ridge St. Port Chester, N.Y. Thomas L. Freytag 805 W. Maumee Adrian, Mich. Jack E. Frost 4255 Washtenaw Ann Arbor, Mich. Logan Fulrath 965 Fifth Ave. New York, N.Y. Robert E. Fultz 2404 Warner PL Ann Arbor, Mlcli. John A. Galbraith 30 Francis Ave. Cambridge, Mass. William D. Gall 11789 Webster Cleveland, Ohio Peter S. Galloway Bacon Rd. Old Westbury, N.J. Benjamin F. Garner 903 Lake Ave. Racine, Wisc. Davis J. Garrett 3380 Norwood Ann Arbor, Mich. Thomas D. Geil 6207 France Minneapolis, Minn. Stephen A. George 1310 Iclylwald Dr. Lincoln, Nebraska Jeffrey F. Ghent 15803 Asbury Pk. Detroit, Mich. Robert E. Gilbert 911 Orchard Flint, Mich. Robert H. Gillette 648 Wlnchell Grand Rapids, Wise. George J. Glending 7326 Monroe Hammond, Ind. David P. Gloor 545 N. Kenilworth Oak Park, Ill. Ronald D. Glotta 823 Barton Dr. Ann Arbor, Mich. George H. Glover 1144 Cranbrook Rd. Birmingham, Mich. Roger A. Goldman 32500 Rockriclge Rd. Franklin, Mich. David N. Goldsweig 24 Alganquin Pl. Elizabeth, N.J. Paul E. Goodspeed 1716 N. Pleasant Royal Oak, Mich. Gerald A. Goray 8181 Yolanda D. Detroit, Mich. Michael D. Gordon 1206 W. 68th K.C.M.U. Edward C. Gray Rt. 1, sox 235 Climax, Michigan Raymond W. Green 6121 Lotz Plymouth, Mich. Michael W. Grice 330 W. Davis Ann Arbor, Mich. James E. Griffon 2846 Whltewood Ann Arbor, Mich. John B. Griffith 8516 lrvington Ave. Bethesda, Md. Frederick A. Grimm 1810 Oak Ave. N. Muskegon, Mich. Bruce M. Groom 1511 W. Hines Midland, Mich. Aaron D. Grossman 72 Cherry Hill Dr. Bridgeport, Conn. Hiram S. Grossman 17186 Oltico Detroit, Mich. Howard R. Grossman 1636 S.E. Minole Flint, Mich. Donald A. Gurltz 309 Forest Park Jamesvllle, Wise. Gary R. Guritz 309 Forest Park Jamesville, Wisc. Joseph V. Haier l15 Hillside Rd. Harrisburg, Pa. James L. Hagne 106 Brandywine Blvd. Wilmington, Del. James S. Hale 3419 Richard Ann Arbor, Mich. Charles S. Hamilton Cross River Rd. Katonah, N.Y. John M. Hammer 1665 Knollwood Dr. Pasadena, Calif. Barbara Handschuv 667 Rusby Rd. Brooklyn, N.Y. Kenneth R. Harker 731 Sherwood Dr. Indianapolis, Ind. William R. Harman 121 Hazel Rd. Cover, Del. Jerry D. Harner RFD 2, Washington, lnd. Michael G. Harrison 1619 S. Pennsylvania Lansing, Mtch. William S. l-largood 15555 N. Park Blvd. Cleveland Hgts., Ohio Peter R. Healy Box 8 Houghton, Mich. Terry J. Heath 208 N. Shiawassee St. Owosso, Mich. Robert E, Heller 715 S. Monroe Hinsdale, 111. Ezra Hendon 130 Fairview An11 Arbor, Mich. Robert V. Herbert 2128 Kenilworth wilmette, 111. William A. Herman 1 N. Golfview Fleur-de-lin Apt. 201 Lake Worth, Fla. Walter D. Herrick 532 River Oaks Dr. River Forest, lll. Lee T. Helllnger 730 Fifth Ave. Aurora, Ill. Ernest J. 1-liel RR 3, Box 86 Bloomington Ind. James P. Holla 16154 Robson Detroit, Mich. William K. Stephanie Lane Darien, Conn. Kempf Hogan 436 Linden Rd. Birmingham, Mich. Robert E. 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Kaulfman 1735 Oliver No. Minnesota, Minn. Ronald P. Kaufman 10 Canterbury Dr. Yonkers, N.Y. Dennis S. Kayes 800 Trallwood Birmingham, Mich. Warren R. Keller 7448 Cherokee Prairie Village, Kans. William T. Kerr 875 lst St. Ann Arbor, Mich. Steven M. Kin 1108 Airfield Lane Midland, Mich. Richard J. King Russet Rd. Valley Cottage, N.Y. Victor E. King 826 Arlington Ave. Plainfield, N.J. Sanford A. Klein 19727 Hubbell Detroit, Mich. Robert L. Kocsis 2045 Jackson Ann Arbor, Mich. Frederick W. Krieg 6401 N. Chester Indianapolis, Ind. Bailey H. Kulin 4351 Washington Lincoln, Nebraska Richard B. Lardlaw 704 Tottenham Birmingham, Mich. Kenneth J. La Motte 575 Berwyn Birmingham, Mich. Jesse E. Laskin 2712 Keystone L. Bowie, Md. Gerald L. Lawlls 525 N. Centennial St. Indianapolis, Ind. James T. Leavitt 1121 Ashland Wilmette, Hl. Thomas L. Ledbetter 77 Lakewood Dr. Centerville, Ohio R. Mark Leidigh 2602 Pittsfield Ann Arbor, Mich. Michael D. Leroy 21 W. Goethe Chicago, Ill. Arlo D. Levi A. 23 N. 3rd St. Aberdeen, S.D. Richard A. Levick 4156 State Erie, Pa. Morton O. Levin West Hill Dr. Gates Mill, Ohio Edward P. Levy 110 Coton Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. James A. Listek 3629 Wisconsin Berwyn, Ill. Richard L. Lotts 8605 Tyrone Ave. Panorama City, Calif. Stanley Lubin 815 E. Arui Ann Arbor, Mich. Robert F. Lvdgin 207 Pe11n Dr. W. Hartford, Conn. Jordan D. Luttrell 335 Hillcrest E. Lansing, Mich. John F Lynch 11 Alvord Rd. Morristown, N.J. 87 Edwin A. McCabe 39 Lake Ave. Melrose, Mass. Frank W. McCarty 4666 Ottawa Dr. Ann Arbor, Mich. William A. McCaughey 2812 Cumberland Ann Arbor, Mich. William S. McDowell, Fr 8342 Lowell Skokie, Ill. Dennis E. McGinty 927 Washington Apt. 104 Lansing, Mich. John F. McIntyre 2532 W. Boston Blvd. Detroit, Mich. Russel J. McMaster 116 S. Macomb Manchester, Mich. David L. McMurray 815 Glard St. Warsaw, Ill. Tracy B. Madole 52585 Brooktrails S. Bend, Ind. James A. Magee 6841 N. VarnettLa. Milwaukee, Wisc. James Markel 8261 S. Jackson Rd. Clark Lake, Mich. Lucy A. Marsh 199 Ash St. Denver, Colorado John I-l. Martin 18911 Country Club Rd. Spring Lake, Mtch. William F. Marx 914 Sybil St. Ann Arbor, Mich. William B. Matakas 7100 Larme A. Allen Park, Mich. Lawrence D. Mattice 1102 Western Ann Arbor, Mich. Alan A. May 2737 Holfside Ann Arbor, Mich. Michael J. Mehr 5611 Mass. St. Gary, Ind. George D Melling 410 Nob Hill Pl. Ann Arbor, Mich. Michael F. Merritt 111 Braddock St. Bay City, Mich. Ronald M Michaelson 2105 Acorn Lane St. Paul, Minn. Paul G. Miller 504 Union St. Meliord, Mich. James S. Miner, II 1319 Franklin A1111 Arbor, Mich. Steve P. Moen 2919 N. 20th St. Tacoma, Wash. John R. Monson 4076 Rose Ave. Western Springs, Ill. Terry A. Mossman 19680 Shrewsbury Detroit, Mich. David B. Mueller 5933 N. Elm Lane Peoria, ni. David R. Muchlitner 2338 Parkwood Ann Arbor, Mich. Dianne E. Mullane 2335 Jay St. New Orleans, La. Nelson K. Neiman 2828 S.W Hamilton Wayne, Ind. Michael F. Newbold Morrisdon Farms Colts Neck, N.J. 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L' L QL- .K 4 9,-'N 'Q-5, is it ,R-----A. - -13 W- -, Q -.iii M' -.. 1 "- -5 ' -.1 -5. ,Q .L-Q 4: ,bv-' 4 ,V .A gi is 525- --- -N . '-r. 3. Q:-lg.,-, -I: B' "4 ""' M1 i it 1 ? - I-N,-lg fu- 1- -v 'f 1. -1. ,L - -1 1, liz 'v'Q,M":tu:5A.I 5 '-XY ' Ia.. I-'75-L , . : -ffm .,., '7j. -Q' 2 ff, -5 ':"'e'1 Well, it's over. Three years. It's a funny feeling. How many times did we consider dropping out. . .or whether we would ilunk out that first year. . .or whether it was worth it? That first year of Law School was like that first year of college, when we were certain that the powers-that-be had no conception of the magnitude ofthe work load that was being imposed on us. We made friends, grouped up, and spent many hours complaining about the "system," the work, and why we had ever decided on this self-inflicted torture in the first place. Nobody seemed to know whether we should rely on cans, brief cases, read hornbooks, outline, take lengthy or sketchy notes. . . I guess this indecision is what made life unbearable that first year. We tried to resolve it by doing everything. . . until we found out the days weren't long enough. There were bright moments, though. . .coffee at Dominic's , Wednesday night at the Bell, Washboard Willie, football games. Candlelight Christmas dinner at the Club. . .inspiring, wasn't it?. . .sort oflike the first time we glimpsed the stoic and beautiful interior ofthe Library. Worries eased up a bit. Sometimes we even enjoyed reading Torts or Criminal Law cases. . .even though we still hadn't quite overcome our amazement at the size of those Casebooks. Christmas vacation arrived. The Great Escape. Finals. Most of us were surprised at those first gradesg they were either higher or lower than expected-never quite parallel with what we antici- pated. I guess that phenomenon has never quite worn off. . .after three years, we still walk out of exams in a state of bewilderment, wondering what message the post- card is going to bring. The year ended and siunmer arrived. We were just beginning to forget the nervous stomachs and sleepless nights when it was time to return again. Surprisingly enough, it was almost good to be back. . .the Quad was elegant, the familiar faces were there-at least most of them. Law school was old hat now, we thought we had it licked. . .took a 15-hour course load, played a little ball, joined a few activities, watched the grades go down. Developed a different approach second semester: mini- mum of class preparation, maximum of review after class , works like a charm. Did a little skiing-the treacherous trails of Mount Hollyg the ruinous runs of Irish Hillsg discovered the grade to be such that one could go up the slope faster on the tow than one could come down it on the snowg quit skiing. Played a little golf, fought off Spring Fever, had picnics and canoes on the river, dug into the hornbooks, wrapped up another year. Third year. . .inverviews. . .indecision. . .a home? . . .a wife?. . .a job?. . .a specialty?. . . Talk it over with the boys. They don't know either? Well, let it rideg we'll think about it at the Rose Bowl. More finals. Sure am getting sick of those things. Never will be con- vinced that a three-hour pencil-pushing session is a fair indicator of one's knowledge of an area. I guess the profs are too busy with clients and publications to waste time drafting interim exams that would give the student some indication of his understanding of the course. The testing process is almost as outmoded as its bedfellow--the case system of teaching. At least one-third of our curriculum could be taught better and with less wasted effort by means of a short textbook. Cases are valuable to give us an analytical ability, but why must we read the htuidreds of judicial monologues which could each be summarized in a sentence? I suppose stare decisis rules in more areas than one. I guess that's about it. In spite of it all, Pm proud of this place. I enjoy the reactionl get when I tell some- one I went to Michigan Law School. Maybe it wasn't so bad after all. Now, if we can only get through the Bar Exam .... SPONSORS OF THE I965 QUAD Mr. Fred P. Bamberger Mr. Charles W. Bishop Mr. Calvin A. Brown Mr. Eugene Reynolds Campbell Mr. Michael R. Gallagher Mr. Waldo K. Greiner Mr. William A. Groening Mr. John F. Higginson Mr. Vernon F. Hillery Mr. Joseph B. Johnson Mr. William S. Kaplan Mr. Leslie W. S. Lum Mr. Peter G. Mekas Miami Valley Title Company of Dayton, Ohio Mr. Joseph N. Morency, Jr. Senator Walter Edmund Morris Mr. Carl D. Mosier Mr. Dan T. Moyle Mr. Alfred Newton Mr. Robert E. Rann Mr. Frank Fremont Reed Professor Edward Robinson Mr. Carl M. 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