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LAW STUDENTS ARGUE IN AMES CASE TONIGHT

Representatives From Williston and Holmes Clubs Compete at Langdell Court Room

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Arguments in the second Quarter-Final case of the Ames Law School competition will be given tonight at 8 o'clock in the Langdell Court Room.

The case, which is docketed as the Enterprise Manufacturing Company vs. Amalgamated Shoe Workers, Local No. 38, is to be argued by the Williston and the Holmes Clubs. Attorneys for Plaintiff are Linn J. Firestone 2L, and Conrad J. Kleinman 2L, of the Williston Club, while attorneys for the Defendants are John H. Ferguson 3L, and John E. O'Keefe, of the Holmes Club.

Judges for the evening will be the Hon. Stanely E. Qua, Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, Professor Felix Frankfurter, of the Law School, and John J. Burns, former Massachusetts Superior Court Justice and former general counsel of the SEC.

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