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17 of Second, Third Year Men Chosen For Posts


Seventeen students in the Law School, standing among the high scholastic honor group of the second and third year men, have been chosen as Student Advisers, it was announced yesterday.

They are James P. Kranz Jr., of Nashville, Tennessee, chairman; Charles B. Arendall Jr., Mobile, Alabama; Benjamin C. Chester, Central Falls, Rhode Island; John Corcoran, Pittsburgh; Robert C. Creel, Cambridge; John H. Ferguson, Oklahoma City; Paul Fitting, Nutley, New Jersey; Samuel Gordon, Brooklyn, New York; William P. Gray, Glendale, California; Willard P. Henkelman, Seranton, Pennsylvania; Samuel L. Jashnoff, Far Rockaway, Long Island; Hugh R. Jones, New Hartford, New York; Thomas W. Keesee Jr. Helena, Arkansas; William W. Kirkpatrick, Chappaqua, New York, William H. Pock Jr., Glen Ridge, New Jersey, John O. Rhome, West Allenhurst, New Jersey; and Harold A. Unterberg, Brooklyn, New York.

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