Law Review Elects Six New Editors

The Law Review has announced the election of six new men to its board because of the small number of editors in the Law School on account of the war. The immediate occasion for the addition to the list of editors was the fact that two members of the staff already elected earlier in the year have left the Law School to go into services. They are George Franklin Ludington 2L, of Baltimore, Md., and Sigurd Neland 2L, of Minneapolis, Minn.

The names of the newly elected editors are as follows: James Alexander Fowler, Jr., 2L, of Troy, ala,; Charles Pinckney Hough, Jr., 3L, of Jefferson City, Mo,; James Leroy Lafferty 3L, of each Orange, N. J.; George Edward Observe 2L, of Oscawana, N. Y.; Harold Frederick Reindel 2L. of East Cleveland, Ohio; and Stanley Winthrope Schaefer 3L, of Richmond, Ind.