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FIRST ISSUE OF LAW SCHOOL YEAR BOOK TO APPEAR IN NOVEMBER

BROOKS HOUSE GRADUATE GROUP STARTS ACTION

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Publishing of the Law School's first year book, initiated by the graduate committee of the Phillips Brooks House, has been finally approved by the Faculty, according to Charles W. Steadman 2L, chairman of the group.

Plans are now under way to include pictures and biographies of the entire teaching staff and student body in the album scheduled to appear late in November. Brief paragraphs on each graduate will contain his college, fraternity, and local activities.

Newcomers to legal halls this fall will be promptly photographed after their arrival in order to assure early completion of the enterprise. Organizations such as the boards of the Law Review and student advisers are expected to occupy space in the new annual.

The recent action of the subcommittee of the Phillips Brooks House law council had been pending for some time before the Faculty board, it was disclosed. Functions of the body in recent years has been the planning of dances for Langdell Hall scholars.

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