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Two Canadians Oppose Two Americans in Court Room Argument Over Sinking of "I'm Alone" at Law School Tonight


This evening at 8 o'clock in the court room of Langdell Hall at the Law School there will be an argument of a claim brought by the Dominion of Canada against the United States based on the sinking of the "I'm Alone". The "I'm Alone" is famous as being the rum runner chased by a United States patrol beat which took up the chase inside the international limit and continued it outside into the high seas.

Open to the public this meeting will consist of speeches made by two representatives of the two countries involved. While the decision will be left in the hands of a tribunal made up of preminent lawyers of the Law School faculty as well as from practicing alterneys. This tribunal will consist of the following: R W Hale. Esq. '92 of the Boston Bar: Laurence Curtis and 16 also of the Boston Bar and Professor G G Wilson of the Harvard Law School.

The argument will be made by if F. B. Feavei and by R F Carney 31 of Milwaukee. Wisconsin and D. B. Washington. D C on behalf of the United States. Printed cases and counter-cases may be obtained in langdell Hall today according to Professor Manley O Hudson Bemis Professor of International law who is in charge of the attain.

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