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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
An article on Page 4 of Thursday's CRIMSON deals with the seven-year College-Law School curriculum.
This contains one small inaccuracy. It states that Donald Trautman and Daniel Cohen, who will receive their degrees next June, "are the first men to complete the program as it was originally designed."
Actually, a number of men have already completed the program since it was put into effect in 1940. The first man to do so was Ronald E. Shaine, LL.B. '44. Others include Charles O. Porter, LL.B. '44 (1947), and Jerome Rappeport, LL.B. '48. Erwin N. Griswold Dean, Harvard Law School
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