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Law School Dormitory Council Elects Levine

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Seymour L. Levine 2L was elected vice-president of the Law School Dormitory Association, it was announced yesterday. Other officers chosen were: Stanley L. Rothenberg 1L, treasurer; and Thomas D. Mantel '50 1L, delegate-at-large.

The new officers succeed S. Kenric Lessey 3L, Albert L. Cohn 3L, and Jack E. Hollenberg 3L who were forced to resign due to school work pressure. The incoming group will serve until the early part of next year when a new board will then be chosen.

The new officers are expected to continue the policy set by their predecessors in petitioning for an extension of parietal rules in Law School dorms.

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