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NEW BOARD TO COMPILE 38TH ISSUE OF HARVARD LAW REVIEW

Twenty New Men Put on Board of Famous Law School Publication

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In November of this year the Harvard Law Review will enter upon its thirty-eighth volume. The present officers are: President, Robert Guthrie Page 3L., of Madison, Wisconsin; Treasurer. Eli Whitney Debevoise 3L., of Summit, N. J.; Case Editor, Arthur Eugene Sutherland Jr. 3L., of Rochester, N. Y.; Note Editor. Thomas Gardiner Corcoran 3L., of Pawtucket, R. I.; Book Review Editor, Allen Eaton Throop 3L., of Salem, Mass.

The following have been elected to the Board from last year's second year class: V. R. Smalley 3L., J. S. Myers 3L., L. B. Opens 3L., J. J. Burns 3L., F. T. Hammond 3L., R. Q. Cutter 3L., and O. T. Rogge 3L.

The following have been elected to the Board from last year's first year class A. W. Willcox 2L., D. F. Cavers 2L., W. G. Katz 2L., L. H. Hall 2L., C. C. Ives 2L., R. W. Wheeler 2L., M. E. Foster 2L., C. L. B. Lowndes 2L., H. M. Shulman 2L., W. N. Haddad 2L., S. K. Abrams 2L., L. G. Boisliniere 2L., E. W. Eaves 2L.

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