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Law students trying to get in and out of Austin Hall have been pestered almost as much as new Freshmen getting out of Memorial Hall, but what the future lawyers are being asked for is, not laundry or pressing contracts, but pictures. The crux of the matter is that the Law School is for the first time publishing a year book.
Pictures of students, student organizations, and faculty are being incorporated into the book. Reading matter to be included will be a history of the Law School and articles on the Board of Student Advisers and the Legal Aid Bureau.
Charles W. Steadman, 3L, of Lincoln, Nebraska, is the editorial chairman of the book. Assisting him is John H. Letsinger, 3L, of Bloomfield, Indiana.
The year book will cost $5. It is expected to be ready for delivery some time early in January and is due to go to press about the middle of November. Profits, if any, will go to the Loan Library of Law Books at Phillips Brooks House.
Members of the committee yesterday expressed themselves as well satisfied with the number of pictures of students already taken, a number which, they said, was in the vicinity of 300.
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