UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT
February 8, 1940
UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION ET AL.
Appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Pennsylvania; Robert M. Gibson, Judge.
Before BIGGS, CLARK, and JONES, Circuit Judges.
It has become apparent that extended discussion of the many fatal defects in the plaintiff's bill of complaint can serve no helpful purpose either in bringing an end to this seemingly interminable litigation or in inducing the plaintiff to state a cause of action, if any she has, within established rules of pleading. See Gliwa et al. v. United States Steel Corp. et al., 3 Cir., 98 F.2d 113, and Gliwa et al. v. United States Steel Corp. et al., 3 Cir., 58 F.2d 920.*fn1 The court below properly dismissed the bill of complaint in the present case which is as bad in form and lacking in substance as were the bills which were dismissed in the cases just cited. Accordingly the decree of the District Court is affirmed.