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HARVARD MEN ON LAW REVIEW

FIVE OF FOURTEEN ELECTED EDITORS ARE UNIVERSITY GRADUATES.

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As announced yesterday afternoon by the board of the Harvard Law Review, their fall elections show fourteen new men chosen, five being Harvard men. The elections are as follows: Albert Moses Cristy 3L., of Providence, R. I., Brown University 1909; George Knowles Gardner 3L., of Worcester, Harvard 1912; Harold Funk Goodrich 3L., of Anoka, Minn., Carleton College 1911; Herman Ellis Riddell, of Atlanta, Ga., University of Georgia 1911; and Sherman Woodward 3L., of Cambridge, Harvard 1911. From the second year class: Montgomery Boynton Angell, of Rochester, N. Y., Princeton 1911; Julius Huseman Amberg, of Grand Rapids, Mich., Colgate University 1912; Chauncey Belknap, of Morristown, N. J., Princeton 1912; Paul Yakey Davis, of Bloomfield, Ind., Indiana University 1912. Seymour Parker Gilbert, Jr., of Bloomfield, N. J. Rutgers College 1912; John Lennox Hannan, of Lynn, Harvard College 1912; Chester Allen McLain, of Melrose, Harvard 1912; Robert Porter Patterson, of Glens Falls, N. Y., Union College 1912; Clarence Belden Randall, of Cambridge, Harvard 1912. James Dwight Dana 2L., of New Haven, Conn., Yale 1912, was elected to the board but resigned on account of the pressure of other duties.

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