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LAW REVIEW DINES ON FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY

Several Hundred Former Editors Will Join Present Board at Banquet in Harvard Club Tonight

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Climaxing fifty years of publication with the recent April issue, the Harvard Law Review will formally celebrate its anniversary this evening when several hundred former editors gather at the Harvard Club of Boston for a banquet with the present editors.

Looking back over a half century of existence, the Review points out in an article that legal periodicals published by jurists were apparently too well established to be dislodged by the work of mere students. Thus it was with a note of apology that the first edition appeared in April, 1887. Since then its growth has been steady.

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