A testator left property in trust for his wife and son, or the survivor of them, for life. There followed a remainder over the lineal heirs of the son, but should the son die without issue the property was to be divided among specifically named devisees. The son died unmarried and without issue. Representatives of three deceased remaindermen who had predeceased the son claimed shares in the estate. Held, that the shares of the contingent remaindermen had lapsed. In re Coots's Estate (Mich. 1931) 234 N.W. 141.