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FOURTEEN LAW SCHOOL MEN CHOSEN ADVISERS

Junior and Senior Students With High Scholastic Standing Picked to Aid Club Competitions

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Fourteen Law School students, standing in the highest scholastic group of the second and third year men have been chosen as Student Advisers.

In this position they will manage the extra-curricular law club competitions, which consist of cases argued before student courts.

The list follows:

Herbert N. Monkemeyer 3L of New Gardens, New York: William A. Ryan 3L. Boston; Allen A. Schaefer 3L, Valley Center, Kansas: Herace L. Chapman, II, 3L. Columbus, Ohio: John T. Rayes 3L. Boston: Summer Marens 3L. Breakline; Roger P. Marruis 3L, Washington. D. C.: Joseph A. I. Worshsm 3L. Dallas, Texas: William Stix 3L. St. Lonis. Missouri; Francis L. Yam Unsen 2L., Philadelphia; William Dall, Sheldon 2L, Washington, D. C.: Laurence R. Good year 2L, Buffalo, New York; Fred Wolf Jr., 2L, Venirla, New Jersey; and Dwight K. Paysons 2L, Keni, Ghto.

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