Harvard Law Review.
It is the custom to elect three first year men to the Harvard Law Review every year in March. The three for this year have just been elected. None of them are Harvard men. They are Logan Hay (Yale '93) of Springfield, III., a member of the Pow-Wow law club; J. P. Hall (Cornell '94) of Jamestown, N.Y., a member of the Ames-Gray law club; and Douglas Campbell (Union College '94) of Cherry Valley, N. Y., a member of the Thayer law club. These men are elected by the board of editors, chiefly on the reputation made by them during the year in the class room and the law clubs. The other editors from the present first year class will be elected in the fall largely on the basis of their first year's work.