Albany Law School - Verdict Yearbook (Albany, NY)

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J at E 8 v 1 ,Q 1 W1 K L ,L N x N K, I P Qiqt xrrb A f Xovg U NIV5-0 Q ll va mv? Q 'WENT 0 vvvwv, 7,4vVERDIC T v Y 14,4 gee'-4 N 3 Xzf -' . Q f I J' ,355 3, s J ig if - 4 33, lg . ffii A H9222 . l', 'Q 4 ZHmfeinnrh Un present an true rernrh nf the gear That has nnnueh in the gnnl tninnrh inhirh ine' lgnhe ntrihen in thin liitle hunk. Elf it zerhe in hring hark in the gears In mane the half-remenxhereh ilpingn intn inhifh are iunhen the ings ann lgnpea, the effnrtes anh the nmhiiinnn nf nur hugs nt Albany 3lIni11, itz llliliiiflili inill lynhe been armin- pliaheh. Eehiratinn A Lewis R. Parker--our teacher, our friend-has reached the end of his journey: and we, his students, who admired and respected him for his capa- bilities, his scholarship and legal attainments, and loved him for his demo- cratic friendliness, his unfailing kindness and gentlemanly consideration for all of us, are dedicating our book to his memory. There are men the value of whose lives cannot be measured in the vulgar terms of success. There was an intangible something in Lewis Parker-probably best understood by the word character-that challenges our estimate of him. He stood for courage, high purpose and cheerful self- discipline, loyalty and stainless integrity. He was healthy and sane and well balanced. He was a practical idealist. His strong, intrepid personality was but the outward manifestation of firmly molded character. He instructed the classes of twenty-five yearsg and he must have taught them more than could be found in the syllabi of his courses. Contact with such a personality is bound to leave a mark on other lives. He would not tolerate pretense, the marshaling of good and sufficient reasons for unmanly acts or thoughts. He was an honest man and he demanded honesty-honest thinking, honest effort, honest dealing-from us. 'We did not always give it to him, but he never lost patience. His broad and sympathetic understanding commanded our affection. As has been said, he was a practical idealist. ' It is fitting that our gratitude and respect should be noted hereg but a sincere attempt to keep alive within ourselves his ideals and to make his aspirations for us, as lawyers and as men, come true, will be our best tribute to his worth. Nn1nm1lu'r 311 1375 illilarrly 11 1522 Eviuiz illatlghnne igarkrr llllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' " lllllllllllllllllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllll I I lllllHlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll lllllll ' 1 1 H NI I TI-IE VERDICT JAMES J. D Published annually by the Students of Albany Law Sch VOLUME .II THE BGARD TRUMAN D. CAMERON, Cl ' C'1'c11Znti011 IQINLICY L. 1' 11lL1.11's, 1 FRANK A. ll-'12m.c:w, PlL0f0AQ'7'l1f7fL'iC Editor 4 IlllllllllllllllllIIHIIlllllllllllllllmlll ool zavirllzan ELANEY, Business Manager Manager FRANK Lg BIQANDT, Art Editor CHARLES A. BRIND, JR. JACOB A. COMLSKY I-IAuD13R L. I-IOYT GEORGE BTURRELL EARL SMITH JONES FRANCIS I. LANVLER VVILLIAM BRENTON ,. H. PHELPS T. TAYLOR llllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIII Nine 5 Il l llllllllllllllllllIllllllIIIllllllllllmlllllllmlllllllllllflllllllllll1 -IllIIlmllllIIIlmlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll ' I lll 1 TA DLE . JF CONTENTS Foreword ........... .... ---- 5 Dedication ................... . ---. 5 T1-nz VERDICT Board ................ -,.. 9 Officers of Union University I... ...... .... 1 3 Trustees ...K............,................. v..- 1 4 Calendar ..... ..-. 1 6 Faculty .... ---- 1 7 Alumni ....,...... ..-- 2 7 Senior Class ....... .... 2 9 junior Class ......,... ..,. 3 3 Freshman Class ........ .... 8 9 Athletic Council ........ .... 9 8 Basketball ...........,......... .... 9 9 Freshman Basketball ..... ....... 1 O7 ' Tennis ...,.................... ....... 1 O9 , Prom and Dance ,....... ....... 1 12 Iustinian ....,......... ....,.. 1 13 . Fraternities ....... .,...... 1 15 Devi1's Own ..................,.. ........ 1 41 CO1TllT1E!1'1CC1UCl1f, 1921 ........ ..,..... 1 42 The New Building ................,............,......... ...,,... 1 41:4 What Should the Young Lawyer Know? ..... ........ 1 46 Snap Shots ....................,........................... ........ 1 52 Obiter Dicta .............. ..,.... 1 59 Senior Class Vote ....... ,...... 1 64 Ten ' X 4 P .mllilnulw , Q 'Kgs X I F CHANCELLOR CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHMOND. D. D.. LL. D I 1 I muumnnumunuuuuunuuunnmumuuunnunuunumzr' ummnumuuunmuummmnummmnmuumnunuuu I lEJftirvr5 nf 3IIniuu iilnihersitg Clmnccllor CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHMOND, D D., LL.D. Board of Gf2z':1':z01',v EDIWUND N. HUYCK ........ . .........,..,,,.......... , ,,,4, Albany New York Pvuvidmzf AMASA PARKER. LL.D. .......................,,... ,..... I Albany, New York If'icc-President I. NEIAVLON ITIERQ, LL.D ......................,,....,. ,A,,,,,., A lbzmy New York Sccretam' GEORGE ALEXANDER, D.D ...........,..,.,..... , ..,.,.,,, New York City BENJAMIN VVAIQW'OR'I'I-I ARNOLD ..,...,... ........, A lbzmy New York FRANK BAILEY .....,..,....,..A...................,.,. - ......,.. Brooklyn, New York EDGAR S. BARN EY, SC.D ..............,.......... ...........A.... N ew York City NICHOLAS V. V. FRANCI-TOT, AM .....,. ........ O lean, New York CHARLES GIBSON ............................... ......... A Ibany. New York FRANKLIN I-I.. GIDDINGS, LL.D ....... ....,..,............ N ew York City VVILLIS T. I-IANSON .................,........ Schenectady, New York CHARLES B. MCMURRAY ................... ................. T roy New York EDWIN W. RICE, JR., P1'I.D., SC D ......... Schenectady New York XNILLIAM PLATT RUDD. A.M .....,.... ...... I ..AIIJR113', New York WILLIAM I-I. SAGE ............................... ......... A lbzmy, New York INILLIS G. TUCKER. M D., PI-1.D .......... ......... A Ibzmy New York EDWARD P. WHITE, A.M ..........,........... ................ B uffalo, New York WILLIS R. XVI-II'I'NE'Y, P1l1.D, SC.D ......,... Scheuectacly, New York Thirteen I lllllllllillllllllIIlllIllIlltlllllllllIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll " ,llillllIllIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIII I m I Il lllllllllllll ll Ill I Albany Eain Srhnnl BOARD OF TRUSTEES WILLIAM P. RUDD, P1'c'sidc'nt ......................v................. Albany New York DANFORTI-I E. AINSVVORTI-I, Vice-Pwsfidelzt ...-...... Albany, New YO1'k I. SHELDON FROST, Sec1'efa1'y ....................,,................ Albany, New York ALANSON PAGE SMITI-I, T-reasmfcr ......... ......... A lbzmy New York JOHN N. CARLISLE ......................,,...... ......... A lbzmy, New York WILBUR VV. CHAMBERS ............ ......... f Xlbauy, New York FREDERICK E. XV. DARROVV ...... ......... I iingston New York J. NEIVTON FIERO ...............r..... ......... A lbany New York FREDERICK C. FILLEY ......... ............. ' Troy New York D, CADY I-IERRICK ........,,.... ......,.. A lbauy, New York HAROLD J. HINMAN ,..... ......... i Xlbany, New York VVALTER IV, LAVV, .IR ....... .......,. A lbzmy, New York ALTON B. PARKER ....... .....,...... N ew York City AMASA J. PARKER ...,............. ............ A lbauy, New York CHARLES A. RICHMOND ........ ....... S cheuectady New York JAMES F. TRACEY ............................ ......... f Xlbzmy, New York SEYMOUR VAN SANTVOORD .......... .,....... ' I' roy New Yo1'k WILLIAM L. VISSCHER .............. ......... A lbzmy, New York FRANK L. VVISWALL r.................................. ......... A lbany, New York EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE VVILLIAM P. RUDD, Chaiwnan D. CADY HERRICK I. SI-IELDON FROST HAROLD I. I-IINMAN ALANSON PAGE SMITH DANFORTH E. AINSVVORTH Fourteen WILLIAM P RUDD I lllllllllllllllllllllIllIllIllIIllIlllllIllllIIIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllif' lllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIllIllllllllllllllllllllll l f"'l I ' ' W ' I - . . .1 -mb ' I G-.elf K qs, xi ,W H .... Q 1 .fl PM 5- 'Q Q Q A 'gg QW S A GX 5 if - .D-...a"h.'Q i V - -J' arises it ,, x i P Y ' ff 5 I f'x 5, .. .asia fr Len Glnlrnhm' FIRST SEMESTER 1921 Scpfcmbc-r 20 Registration. Scjnfwzber 2.1 Beginning of scholastic year. October 29, noon. Election recess. November :Z Lectures resumed. Nozmmber 120011- Thanksgiving recess. lV0i'6171Z76"7' .QS Lectures resumed. December noon. Holiday vacation. 1922 Jcumary 3. Lectures resumed. famzary 29 McKinley Day. January 30, 31 Midyear examinations. February 1 Midyear examinations. SECOND SEMESTER February 6 Beginning of second term. February 12 Lincolnls Birthday. Febr'1.ta1'v 1Vasl1in0fton's Birthda '. Holida '. . . at 3' 5 April 7, 120011. Easter recess. April 17 Lectures resumed. Ma3r 30 Memorial Day. Holiday. June 1, 2, 3 Final examinations. lime 7 Commencement. .S'i.1:iee1z 2 '-JN' , W if , N xk n ,H N wr ww i ' , W X f, E f,, ,l ,- XB X k I X - , . u " '11 , MI I . mn y., W W' W ' ,LQ w. ' 9 , x,a A-ln'-E' X X. ,xl Yi C - 'R r'.! 'R -VNV H W 1 W All X N 1 tw ! f f ni, M115 rw F 1 , 1 x' X! II 47 A l I LQ - " , ll .wr - ' -,ffl ,.,,.,4' ml! R L" :,f ....,-f- ibn . B CL-, : 1 ff' lllIllIllIIllIIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1.. I I Qllll lllllllllllllIIllIIIIIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllll l n J. NEXNTONITIERQ, A.B., LL.D., AX Dean of the Faculty and Lecturer on Evidenceg Equityg Trnstsg Current Law and Development of Law A. B., Union,'1867g LL.D., Union, 1899g Lecturer at Albany Law School since 1892g Dean since 1895: Vice-President, American Bar Association, 1885-18921 President, New York State Bar Association, 1892-18943 State Reporter CCourt of Appeals? since January l, 1909: Author of Special Actionsg Special Pro- ceedings: Tortsg and numerous papers, reports and aglclrcsscs on Law Reform and Code Procedure. I , E ightcen lllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIlIlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllliln I 1 A lIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll . D , ALDEN CHESTER, LL.B. Lecturer on the Federal judicial System LL.B., Columbia, 18715 Assistant United States Attorney for Northern District of New Yorkg Assistant Corporation Counsel, City of Albany, lS94-18952 Justice, Supreme Court, Third Judicial District, 1895-19183 Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, Supreme Court, 1902-1909: Official Referee, Supreme Court, 1918-5 Author, "Legal :mtl judicial History of New York." - r- Wll,Ll'AM PLATT RUDD, AB., LLB., A.M. Lecturer on Medical jurisprudence and Psy- cliology !X.l3., Union, 1873: LL.B., Albany Law, 18753 .-X.lX'l, Union, 1876: Justice Supreme Court, Prvsiiluut. Boztrtl of Trustees of Albany Law, Member of firm of Harris and Rudd until ele- ' vzuion to the Su reme court beucli. Retired D from Supreme Court January 1, 1922. I llllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' 1 N i ue teen i 1 l 1 , lllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllf' QlillllllllllllllllllllllIIIllIIIIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll l l LEWIS R. PARKER, AB., LL.B. Lecturer on Bailments, Carriers of Goods and Public Service, Negotiable Instrumentsg Guaranty and Suretyship and Constitutional Law A.B., Yale, 18923 LLB., Albany Law, 18943 Editor, New York Penal Code, Annotated -Edition: Member of Brin of Hun, Parker and 1 Reilly, Albany. , , FRANK WI-IITE, A.M. Lecturer on Corporations A.M., Union University, 1913: Chief of Corpo- ration division, Secretary of States ofiice, 1886- 18993 First Deputy Attorney-General, in charge of corporations, 13 years: Receiver of Hzunilton Bank, New York City, 19073 Lecturer, Brooklyn Law School, 1918-19193 Author of "White on Corporationsug "White's Manual for Business Corporationsng Co-Editor of "White and Gold- mark on Non-Stock COl'l'JO1'Zlt1011SuQ Co-Editor of "Dill on New jersey Corporations". . I , 'IllIIlllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllIlIlIllllIllIlllIIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' I . Twenty 1 IxAXlx I L ll BERT A L L1..D., AX, XT l etturei on lxeal Property Statutes and Con- stitution l1L1SO11'll 1 iopertyg Sales and 1 I l , llllllllllIlllllIIlllllllllIlllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllll QlllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll N I CEORGE LAVVYER, A.B., LLB., A.M., mx, LIJBK, ami Lecturer on Procedureg Contractsg Damages A.B., 1-lamilton, 18853 A.M., Hamilton, 1886 LLB., Albany Law, 18873 Member of firm of Buchzuian and Lawyer from 1897-1911g judge Advocate, with rank of Major in National Guard New York State, Editor, "Smith on Personal Propertyug "Law of Ba'rxkruptcy"g "American Encyclopedia of Modern Law", and contributor to legal magazines. Surrogate, Albany County 1922-. AB., lflzuniltou, 18995 LL.D., Hamilton, 1920: State Law Librarian, 1906-1907: Counsel to Slate Depzu'tment of Education, 1907-1919g Deputy Commissioner of Education, State of New York, 1919-19215 Acting Commissioner of Education, State of New York, jan. to Sept., 192lg Deputy Commissioner :ind Counsel, State Department of Education, Stale of New York, 1921-3 Author of "Gilbert's Annotated Code of Civil Procedureng "Eaton and Gilbert on Comniereial Paper-"2 Supplement to "Fiero on Special Actions and Special Proceedings", Many topics in "Cyclopedia of l..aw": Editor of "Collier on Bankruptcy", Joint editor, Birdseye, Cumming and Gilbert's "Consolidated Laws of New York", Joint editor, "Cumming and Gilbert's General Laws", Editor, "l3ender's 'Mzxiiuail for Town and County Officers, and other legal publiczltions. lllll.lllIl Twenty-one W Law. lllllllIllIllIlllIlllIllhllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllif' 1 V E I C T1 I Q2221IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll ' " Il ll 1 , Il CHARLES I. HERRICK, A.B., LLB. Lecturer on Civil Lawg International Law and Conflict of Laws AB., Yale, 18995 LLB., Albany Law, 1901: Member of American Society of International HAROLD ALEXANDER, LL.B., CDEK' Lecturer on Criminal Lawg Partnership and Agency LLB., Albany Law, 18953 District Attorney, Albany County, 1914-1919. Member of firm of Sanford and Alexander. , 5 V ,nuunmmmmmmmumnnmnunnmuuuumnnnnmnnuumnrl lllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll Twenty tivo it 1Q1Q11+i1l11 +1+111HM ' 116 1Q1'1i '1if'1M M1 i1'l111 1i11i+ f1'1 +1f1 +M M+1+liifi1f"f1'1i+'--1-11 I1v1111 +- -I-1+Q'1'1'-"'l4 1i11' '1l+ NEVVTON B. VAN DERZEE, A.B., LLB., ATA 'Wills and Administrationg Domestic Relations AB. Williaiiis, 1892: LL.B., Albany Law, 18935 Surrogate, Albany County, 1906-1918: Chairman of Committee for Revision of Code of Surrogate's Practice, 1914. JOHN J. FITZPATRICK, AB., LLB. Lecturer on lilooks and Their Uses A.B, Cornell, 1900: LLB., Albany Law, 19035 Assistant in Sociology, New York State Lbrary, 1907-1913:lLegisl:1tive Reference Librarian, New York Slate Lilirary, 1913-1915g State Law Li- brzwizm, 1915-: Editor, ofiicial edition of New Ofnenl Referee, Supreme Court, 1918-3 Author, stanflzircl editions of New York Codes and Tax Law: "Jewett's Election Manualng and articles on constitutional laws, public law, government documents and economies in a varied range of periodicals. Twenty-three llllllllllIIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' QillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll llllll JOHN C. WATSON, LL.B., LLM., FI-IF Assistant to the Dean and Lecturer on Tortsg ,Persons and Property, Patents, Elements of Torts, and Presiding Justice, Practice Court LLB., Albany Law, 19-105 LLM., Albany Law, 1911: Registrar, Albany Law, 1912-1921: Assistant to the Dean, Albany Law, 1921-5 Member of firm of Frost, VVatson and Sharp, Albany. 1 ARTHUR L. ANDREXNS, All., A.M., KIPBK, TY' Lecturer on Municipal Corporations A.B., Vlfeslcyan, 18755 A.M., Wesleyazi, 18785 Conuuission to revise Charter for Cities of Second Class, 18953 Corporation Counsel, City of Albany, Jn11uzn'y 1, 1900-December 31, 1920. , A Twenty-four fl 4 llllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIY' 1''lllllI1IIII1lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll V 1 I ROLAND FORD Lecturer on the Law of Negligence Bureau of Investigation, Department Ohio. Cl"lAllLES 'l'Ul3lN, LL..l3, Lecturer on Taxation Ll..l3., Albany Law, 19043 Former Counsel, State 'Fax Department: Associate Counsel, New York Legislative Conunittee on Taxation: Member of National Tax Association and Vice-President of the New York State Tax Association: Books and Papers: "Sources of State and Local Revcnucs"g "One Assessment Day"g and kindred subjects on finance and tax. Albany Law, 19079 Local Ofncer, United States of justice, 1912-1918: Trustee, Defiance College, Defiance, qugq.pmm Twenty-live , I 11llllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIlIl1IIIIl1lll!1" 17 nmmmunmunmm u uunmmm 1 .1 L1 I! ' ANDREVV V. CLEMENTS, LLB. 1 Registrar LLB.. Albany Law, 19193 Assistant Registrar, 1919-1921: Registrar, 1921-. fi. ! 1 in 'Rx Vx I V Y "Mis 1-2:1 it h 5 Twenty -six llllllllllIIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIIlIlllIll.f" 2.411I1Illlllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllll I I 2 - 1 ' Alumni Annnriutinu uf Allmug main Svrhnnl OFFICERS CHARLES G. BLAKESLEE, '09 .................... ......................,.., P resident THEODORE I-I. BURGESS, '06 ......., ..........,.. F irst Vice-President CHARLES B, SULLIVAN, '07 ...,..... .,....,,. S econd Vice-President JAMES E. TOXNNER, JR., '92 .....,.. ........ T hird Vice-President DEL B. SALMON , '04 .......,..,...... .......... F ourth Vice-President T. CARL NIXON, '11 ............ ......... F ifth Vice-President CHARLES I. TOBIN, '04 ............. ...................... S ecretary ISADORE BOOKSTEIN, '12 ................ . ....... Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE EDVVARD R. RAYI-IER, '10 AURELIUS M. TRACEY, '09 CHARLES GOULD, '11 ROY W. PETERS, '15 DONALD H. GRANT, '21 Twenty-seven ', .K 1,15 xx N ' N -J X ,Y4L.jx'N LX 1 f.ggi:. I gr-HQ, ' wk QQ 2 Z 'X gvhwlk ,rr 4 llllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIIIllIIIIIIIIllIIIIIUIIllllllllllllllllllllll1" H 'f l lllll lllllll Illl Illl Illllll llllll lllll Ill llll llllllllllllll Ill calm nf waz: OFFICERS MARTIN BARRY .........,.....................,.,..... ....,........ L ,,.. P 1'cs'ide1V1.t MERTON D. A-'IEEKER .....,., ,,,.,,,,, V 'ice-Pinslfdem THOMAS I. DXAVYER ,...,.,,..,.., DAVID II. MEYERHOFF ...... . EARL SMITH JONES ........, MORRIS P. CCJHEN ............ EDMUND C. SULLIVAN .....,.. HERMAN P. GREENE .............. KATHARINE F. CARROLL ..,..... ALEXANDER M. BA YNES ..........................,.......... EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE EARL SMITH JONES, Chairman Nl-ARK R. BRINTHAUPT DAVID W. BURKE TRUMAN D. CAMERON DAVID COHEN DONALD S. TAYLOR . .......,,,. Ycrreiczry . ...... T1'caszr1'c1' .......Tcmst'111astc2v' .............Orf1f0r ..........Ma.:'s1ml ..........CILlIf7l!llT7l .........,....,.,P0ct ........l-listovhicm C'11ARLEs M. PIUGIIES L. EDWARD LEARY FRANK A. QP1sDLow INZTNLEY L. 'PI-HLLIPS lllllllllllllllllllllllllNillllllllIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! llllllIIIII!llllIIllIIIlIIllIIIllIllllllllllllllllllmllllllllIlllllllllllllllllilll W Thirty CLASS OF 1922 llllllllllllllllllllllIllIlllllllilllllIlllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllligl i il lillllllllllllllkll llllllll lil lllllllll lllllllll I lllllll llllll llll llllllllll Senior 61112155 Tiiintnrg WVe are nearing the end of a three years' quest. Soon the last roll will be called, maturity will give youth a few Final words of sage counsel, and We shall fare forth, the mark of an honorable institution upon us. Let there be no regrets. WVe are leaving behind us a page written full with a steady hand. Three years ago there was much to Write on that page. The distraction of War had dimmed Albany Law's reputation for scholarship. The gloom of war had cast a pall over social relaxation. The greed of war had taken LaW's best athletes. On Twenty-two fell the burden of going forward. Early in that hrst year we learned to work hard and play hard. To the surprise of some, the class as a whole took its studies seriously. Under the leadership of Hughes, our first president, we ran a dance, then sponsored 'a smoker. Next year came the organization of a basketball team. To it Twenty-two gave Cap- tain Powers, Don Taylor, O'Connor and Valentine, all first-string men, and Brind, assistant manager. Barry, '22, coached the team to ten victories out of fourteen games played. Intercollegiate basketball was an experiment for Albany Law. Twenty-two made the season a success beyond the dreams of the school's most sanguine prophets. ' During that same winter, the class made another experiment, a junior Prom. Now a junior Prom, like a basketball team, is an institution at Al- bany Law. The third experiment, a tennis tournament, is in a fair way of being repeated this year. Barry won the Dean's Cup. The idea and the management of the tourney were those of members of the class of Twenty- two. These are but the high lights of our three years. In the season just passed, our class has again had a majority on the basketball team, and again a ,22 man, this time Captain Behan, has led. Since 1920, other class dances and school smokers have been carried through by 1922. Our page of history must be bordered in black. Death took from us early in our course Harold Gould, gay in hours of play, grave in application to study. To-day, from a place where there is no need of law and lawyers, he smiles a benediction to us. And so the page is almost complete. The writing of it has been a happy business. Twenty-two feels that its three years have been constructive years, that we have been the builders of a Ground-work on which younger sons of Albany Law may build Well. D Albany Law has done much for us. In the years to come, if fortune gives us gold, we will share with Alma Mater 5 if maturity gives us wisdom, We will use it to guide her. Thirty-two IJHII IHZU iiiarnlh Qinulh I u AIlllllllllllllllllllllIlmllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIIllNllIl1Z" i jg, llllllllllllIIIIIIIIllIIIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllll MARTIN J..BARRY, FI-IF, KAP "Marty" "The 7'6'l'l50ll firm, llze temperate will, Elzdzmzzzcc, fofcsiglri, slrengtlz, and skill." -W orclswortli. Barry was born in Troy, N. Y., on May 7, 1899. He prepared at the Troy High School, where he was a member of the football, basketball and baseball teams, and was gracluartecl in 1917. I-le attended the New York State College for Teachers for two years and was class treasurer and member of the basketball and football teams. During the war he was Connected with the S. A. T. C. at Plattsburgh and at State College, with the rank of sergeant. ' At Albany Law he has been coaeh of the basketball team C23 and C372 class historian Cljg class president C359 chairman dance committee flj and Q25-5 winner of tennis eliampionship QZJQ member of Devil's Own CFO. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and a Democrat. , I-le rooms at the Gamma Eta Gamma house with Phillips, Bryan and Powers. Barry expects to practice in Rochester, N. Y. His permanent address is 3 Peoples Avenue, Troy, N. Y. ALEXANDER MARSH BAYNES 'lDoc", "Alex", "Tiny", HXlVlllStlCl'u "I am not in tlm roll of mmnzmz men."-Slialevspcmv. Baynes was born in Troy, N. Y.. on August 18, 1896. He prepared at the Troy High School, Where he was a member of the glee elub, orchestra, minstrel shows ancl elass clay vaudeville and was graduated in 1917. At Albany Law hc has been historian of the senior class. He is a member of Mount Zion No. 311, F. and A. M., the Laureate Boat Club, :md the Masonic Club, and is a Republican. He eommutes from Troy. Baynes expects to practice in Troy. His permanent address is 2916 Sixth Avenue, Troy, N. Y. Th irty-four I 1 A lllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllliv .IllII1IIllIllllIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll' Il I . I I I ' ' JOHN AUSTIN BEHAN 'jack' ' "Thy purpose firm is equal to the deed."- Young. Behan was born in Troy, N. Y., on November 15, IDXVARD VV. BOCK 1896. l-le prepared at Troy Academy, where lie was a member of the football, basketball and baseball teams and was graduated in 1914. l-lc attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where lic was a member of the varsity football, basketball and baseball teams and R. S. E., and was graduated with the degree of C. E. in 1920. During the war he was attached to the Twentieth Division at Camp Sevier. At Albany Law he has been a member of the varsity basketball team Q25 and CSD, captain f3jg member of D-'evil's Own UD. He is a Democrat. I-le commutes from Troy. Belmn expects to practice in Troy, N- Y- His permanent address is 17 Belle Avenue, Troy, N. Y. r' f fs Sa stuect and uolublc ts Ins ciiscom'se."- Slzalaespeare. Bock was born in Utica, N. Y., on April 22, 1899. He prepared at 'Utica Free Academy, where he was a member ol the debating team and was graduated in 1919. At Albany Law he has been gt member of the ex-- ecutive connnittce 125. I-le is a Republican. I-le rooms :tt 63 Dove Street with Guzzetta. Bock is undecided as to where he will practice. His permanent address is Utica, N. Y. I. rc I I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIll llllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIllIllllllllilllllllllllll Thirty-five 1 ' l llllllllllIlllllllllllIllIllIllllllllllllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll ll! DQNALD F. BOYLE f "Don" "A l7lKl'I'if'I' man, lfV'Ltl1i11 flu' Zumt of hvcoilzmg mirth, I never .spent an l1our's talk witl1al."-Shalecspeare. Boyle was born in Amsterdam, N. Y., in 1898. He prepared at St. Mary's Institute, where he won a prize debate medal and was vice-president and secretary of the senior class, being graduated in 1916. He commutes from Amsterdam. A Boyle expects to practice in Amsterdznn. His per- manent address is Amsterdam, N. Y. 4 FRANK LEXVIS l5RAND'l' "Frank" "I lark that glib and oily art, To speak and purpose not." -Shakr.r,lu'a1'c. Brandt was horn in Colioes, N. Y., on November 10, 1898. 1-le prepared at Egberts .High School where he was a winner of a prize speaking contest and manager . of the lioekey team and was graduated in 1918. During the war lic served in the S A. T. C. from O:tober 1, 1918, to December 4, 1918. At Albany Law he has bezn art editor of Tl-IE VERDTCT CID. Plc is a Republican. 1-Ie commutes from Coliocs. Brandt expects to practice in Colioes. His perman- ent address is 358 North Mohawk Street, Colioes, N. Y. . . --- .. . 1 ' . immuuunm llllIIlllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllli llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll 7 Iziriy-six I 1 llllIllllllllillllllllllIllIllllllllllIIllllIllllllIllllIlllllllllIIIIIIII lIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll ll - - FRANCIS T. BRENNAN, PHI' - rt Frank" "Er.ff'1'y 1114111 has his fault, and hoizvsty is his." - Sllaleesfieure. Brennan was born in New York City on July 16 1898. He prepared at Schenectady High School, where he was secretary of the senior class, class historian, and tool: part in the class play, being graduated in january, 1917. During the war be served in the Albany Law S. A. T C At Albany Law he has been a member of the Junior Prom committee CZJ. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and a Democrat. l-'le eoinmutes from Schenectady. Brennan expects to practice in Albany, N. Y. His permanent address is 1117 Duane Avenue, Schenectady, N. Y. CHARLES A. BRIND, Ir., AX "Charlie" ".-'I.vlv1'1'alio11.r pure and high- .S'll'vlzgll1 io ririre and to wrd1r1'e.""-Dorr. Brind was born at Albany, N. Y,, September 16, 1897. He prc'pared at Albany High School, where lie was editor of the school newspaper and a member of the varsity debating team, being graduated in 1915. He attended Union College and was a member of the freshman debating te:-tm, captain of the varsity de- bating team, associate editor of the Coneordiensis and oi the Garnet. He was graduated in 1919 with thc degree of A. B. During the war he served in the F. A. C. O. T. S. at Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky. At Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive committee Clj, assistant manager of the basketball team f2D, basketball manager 135, member of the VERDICT Board CZJ and CSD. He is a Republican. Il-le rooms at S62 Madison Avenue with La Grange. Brind expects to practice in Albany. His perman- ent address is 862 Madison Avenue, Albany, N. Y. aw ww Tllkffj'-5671011 I , , llllltllHIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllillllllllllllf' 1111lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll i 1 I MARK R. BRINTHAUPT, CDEK "Marlin, "Marko" "Whose words all ears took captive."-Slialeefspeare. Brinthaupt was born in Elmira, N. Y., on February 21, 1899. He prepared at Elmira Free Academy, where he was a member of the Kelvin Club and took part in the senior class play. He was graduated in 1917. At Albany Law he has been treasurer of the prom committee C22 5 vice-president of the class C21 : member of executive committee CSD. He is a Republican. He rooms at 63 Dove Street with Meeker. Brinthaupt expects to practice in Elmira, N. Y. gliswyperlnanent address is 376 Divcn Avenue, Elmira, ANTHONY BRUZDZINSKI "Bruce" :'For all that faire is, is by uciture good, That is 41 signs to know the gentle l7l0Ul'l.""-SI7f'l1SL'I'. Bruzdzinski was born in Schenectady, N. Y., November 1, 1896. He prepared at Schenectady High School, where he was a member of the track tcanl, glee club, Webster Debating Club, and Delta Sigma Nu. He was graduated in 1916. He attended Syracuse University, where he was a member of the crew and football team. During the war he served with Company C, 303rd Infantry, 76th Division: commissioned Second Lieu- tenant in France: service at Camp Devens, U. S. A.. Camp XaVendell Downs, England, and France: machine rifle expert and instructor. At Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive committee CID. He is a member of the American Legion and a Democrat. He commutcs from Schenectady. ' ' Bruzdzinski expects to practice in Schenectady, N.Y. His pc rmanent address is 20 Davis Terrace, Schenectady, N. Y. Th irty- eight lt ' 1 l I , llIllllllIIIlllllllIllllllllllllllIlllllIllllIllIllllllllllIllllllIIIlllll1 1llIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllll l . LELAND B. BRYAN, PHI' --Lee' - "High erected tlzouglzts seated in the heart of courtesy." A -Sidney. Bryan was born in Bath, N. Y., on September 3, 1901. I-lc prepared nt Haverling, where he was presi- dent of his class. editor of the year book, and a member of the basketball team. He was graduated in 1919. At Albany Law he has been a member of the Senior dance committee C35 and the Junior prom committee Q31 . I-lc is a Republican- Hc rooms at the Gamma Eta Gamma house with Barry, Phillips and Powers. 1-le is undecided as to where he will practice. His pcrmzmcnt address is 114 East xlVllllZl111 Street, Bath, N. Y. 1. . - R OY B UITR MASTER "Buhr" "fill kinds of l7l'g'IllllClIlS and questions deep, .flll rcl1ln'almu p1'omf1l, and reason .tlr0n.g." - Slzaleesfvvarc. Bl1l1l'I1'IlSlQCI' was horn in Glenville, N. Y., on july 2, 1896. He prepared :tt Scotia High School, where he was Il member of the baseball and basketball teams. During the war he served with the merchant marine. I-le commutes from Sclienectady. Bulirmzxster expects to practice in Schenectady. His , pn-rmzuicnt ncldrcss is Scotia, N. Y, R. D. No. 8. um mm llllllllllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllIl'1" D " lllll lllllll Illllll I Illlllllllllllll lllllllll llllll DAVID VV. BURKE "Dave", "Burkie" "'Hc was ri srlzczlar, and ci ripe' and good one." - Sliulcespcare. Burke was horn at Saratoga Springs on fluly 13. 1893- He prepared at Saratoga Springs High School where he was vice-president of his class, a member of the athletic council, editorial stad of the school paper, glee club and senior play. He was graduated in 1916. During the war he served as a sergeant in the S. A. T. C. C. M. A., Brookland, D. C. At Albany Law he has been a rnemlier of the ex- ecutive connnittee QSD. I-le is a member of the American Legion, the Elks, and the Knights of Columbus, and is a Republican. He commutes from Saratoga Springs. Burke expects to practice in his home city. His permanent address is Saratoga Springs, N. Y. DOUGLAS ATKINSON CALKI NS ..DOug,. "l.?r.rpairl1 is llze svn! of lmsi11c.rs,"- CfIL'Sr'C'l'f1:'l!!. Calkins was born in Rensselaer N. Y., on March 21, . . , 1902. 1-le prepared at Rensselaer High School, where he was president of his class junior year, class treasurer senior year, member and manager of the l.iasketl.Jall team. He was graduated in 1919. He is a Republican. He eommutes from Rensselaer. Calkins is undecided where he will practice. His permanent address is 13 Belmoru Place, Rensselaer, N. Y. lb, L' lll lllll 5 1 l l , lllIlllllllllIllIIllllllllllllllIlllllllIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllii ' QlllllllIlIIlIIIII1IlIIIIIIIllIlIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIlIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllll 'I' R UMAN DAVID CAMERON "Trum" "I-low rlzmwizzg is :ii-z."inc pl1'i1osoplzy."-AMilton. Cameron was born in Albany, N. Y., january 27, 1896. He preparecl at the Albany ACHClCl11yf. where he was vice-president of his class, a member of the football team, editor of the school paper and member of Alpha Delta Tau, graduating in 1913. -He attenclecl Princeton University, where he was a member of the varsity soccer team and the university orchestra. 1-le was graduated in 1917 with the degree ot A. B. and Special lrlonors in Philosophy. During the war he served as First Lieutenant with the 521141 Pioneer Infantry in the St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives. At Albany 'Law he has been a member of the banquet committee flj, dance committee 121, executive committee C21 and C31, chairman of the tennis com- mittee CZJ, member of Devil's Own 131, athletic council C31, and chairman of T1-112 VERDICT Board CSD. lrle is a member of the American Legion- and the Veterans of Foreign W'ars, and is a Democrat. He lives at 173 XfVestern Avenue. Cameron expects to practice in Albany. His per- manent aclclress is 173 h!VCStCl'l1 Avenue, Albany, N. Y- KATIJARINE FLEMING CARROLL "Katharine" ".-1 .m'z'c'l uilrarliw kind nf ,sgrarr."- Rnydon. Nliss Carroll was born in Cohoes, N. Y., June 21, 1902. She I'l1'Cll2ll'C'Cl at St. Bernarfl's Academy, gradu- ating in 1917. and at llmma Willard School, graduating in 1919. At Albany Law she has been class secretary 621, aml class poet CM. She is a member of the Newman Club. She Commutes from Cohoes. bliss Carroll is undecided where she will practice. QiClgf1Cl'l1l2LllCl'll aclclrcss is 282 Remsen Street, Cohoes, 1. '. lll lllll Forty-0713 I l 1 l t lllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' Q21lllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllIIIIIllIIIHIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll DAVID COHEN, KN .::DavCvr "Bid me discomare, I will cnclzant thine rar." -Slzalzz'.s'f1Ua1'e. Cohen was horn in Russia on October 24, 1901- He prepared at Xkfilkcs-Barre High School and at East High, Rochester. At Xhfilkes-Barre he was a member of the Cleosophic Society and the class debating team, and at East High was a member of his class basketball and baseball teams. He was graduated in 1919. At Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive eommittee CU and C3D, and the foreign relief committee Clj. ' He is a Republican- He rooms at the Kappa Nu house. Cohen expects to practice in Rochester. His per- manent address is 246 Willci11s Street, Rochester, N. Y MORRIS P. COHLN, TVA f'Morry" "Tim mirror of all L'01lI'Zl75j'.H'-SlIUlJC'.YfJl'fll'6. Cohen was born in Rochester, N.Y., on February 22, 190Q. He prepared at East High School, where he was assistant manager of the year book, and a member -of his class basketball, baseball and soccer teams. He was graduated in 1919. At Albany Law he has been class orator CSD, chair- man of the foreign relief committee CID, member of the executive committee C15 and of the senior dance comnzittee CSD. He is a Republican. He rooms at the Phi Sigma Delta house with Comisky. Cohen expects to practice in Rochester. His per- manent address is 28 Delevan Street, Rochester, N. Y. .Fofly two I. " llll . l JACOB ARTHUR COMISKY, fI1EA "Kommy" HT,lL'I'l'!.Y the lmmoin' of if."-- Slzalevsfwam. Comisky was born in Utica, N. Y., on July 6, 1899. He prepared at Utica Free Academy, where he was a member of the debating team and took part in speaking contests, grnclnating in 1917. At Albany Law he has been a member of THE VERDICT Boznicl CSD. 1-le is a Republican. He rooms at the Phi Sigma Delta house with Cohen, M. Comislcy expects to practice in Utica, N. Y. I--" ' 1 THOMAS R. CGNNERY l "'1'om", "SheriH" "l um un m'u1a1-, as Brutus is, D lin! Us you know mr all, a plain blunt man." -Sllakcslv care. Connery was horn in Cohoes, N. Y., December 14, 1901. He preparecl at St Bernarcl's Academy, where he was :i in-rnibatr of the baseball, basketbzlll and foot- ball teams. I-le was grzulnzitecl in 1919. At Albany Luw lic li:-is been class marshal CU. 1-le connnutcs from Colioes. Connery is undecided where he will practice. His pcrmzinent :iclrlrcss is 167 Main Street, Cohoes, N. Y. l l 1 - 1 I , I ' Foriy-flzrca i i Y llllllilllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllff' 1'1llI1lilllIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllIllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll i ANTHONY JOHN CONTIGUGLIA, ACIIA acconu "xl drccflil boldness offer rizvefs with f1'ie11ds."'-Pofw. Contiguglia was born in 1VliC2SS1l'lE1, Italy, November 1, 1897. He prepared at Auburn Academic High School, Where he was a speaker at the High School Congress and at the Hamilton Declamatory Contest. 1-Ie was graduated in 1918 He attended Syracuse University, College of Law, where he was a member of the Honorary jnstinian Society. He is a Republican. Ile rooms at 69 Lancaster Street. Contiguglia expects to practice in Auburn. His per- manent address is Auburn, N. Y. 17l2iEDERl.CK ELDEN COONS, PHP "Coonsic" - "Young in lilnbx, in j"lLlfg!llf'lIf nlcl,"- Sl1z1lcc'.tfn'urc'. Coons was born in Newburgh, N. Y., May 15, 1901. 1-le prepared at Newburgh Free Academy, where he was manager of the basketball team, a member of the basketball and baseball teams, vice-president of the Franklin Debating Society, president of the Academy Club. and a member of the Sigma Lainbda Nu fraternity. l-le was graduated in 1919. ' He is a Republican. He rooms at the Albany Hospital. Coons expects to practice in Newburgh. His per- manent address is 17 Wiilliain Street, Newburgh, N. Y. i . Forly-fo ur 11'llllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIIII1IlIllllllllllllllllllllllll II I IIlllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1"' 1 , i I I "I 'ui team. The P. .VVILLARD CURRY "Perce" !1I"llIC'li 'witlz 'lIlOl'l'? flzmz, complete steel,- yinfslrcc' of my qum-1'vl." - Marlowe. Curry was born in Trenton, Ontario, Canztdn. He prepared at Genesee Wesleyrzin Seminztry, where he was president of his class junior and senior years, president of the Cabinet and of the Lyceum Society, and at member of the soccer team :uid of the interscholastic debating 1-lc is :1 Republican. l-le rooms :it 233 Hamilton Street with Stewart. Curry expects to practice in Rochester. His per- manent address is 1 Mathews Street, Rochester, N. Y. .fXNDliEW C. DAVIDSON, ATS! . "Davie" "lim cyixv and emu and rzfry llzovrg lil M"Cl'L' wi!!! his .s'rw'4'l fwrfccliolis ca11-g11l."'- Roydml. Dziviclson was born at Cooperstown, 1899. 'l-le prepared at Cooperstown High School, where he was ztwzwdecl ri Regents' State Seliolzirship. He was gmcltiutcil in- 1917. t He attended Cornell Universitv. During the war he served at' the Central Olhcers' Inf'intrV 'I'r'iininq School C'lI11l Lee . , . t , . . . 1 , L ., 1 was grzlcluulecl from the O. T. C. January 15, 1919. At Albany Law he has been it member of the tennis conimitteeC2Q. 1-le is at member of the American Legion and of the Cooperstown lX'1en's Club. II-le is a Republican, I-lc rooms ut 366 Morris Street. Dfzwiclson is uncleeiclerl as fo where he will practice. I-lis pcrnizment ziclclress is 73 Elm Street, Cooperstown, 4 N. Y. N. Y., july S, Virqinii 'incl l ! 1... llll llll Forty-rirfe -1 ll - mmmu uuummmumunumnummm iuninuv' I I JAMES DELANEY "Jimmie" f"I11fin'1'tc riclws in. a liftle 1'oom."- Marlowe. Delaney was born at Vtfatervliet, N. Y., in 1900. He prepared at the Vlfatervliet High School, where he was a member of Beta Phi fraternity, being graduatecl in 1917. During the war he served with the Albany Law S. A. T. C. At Albany Law he has been a member of the dance committee KID, and business manager of THE VERDICT CBD. He commutes from W'atervliet. Delaney expects to practice in New York City. His permanent address is 704 Fifth Street, X1Vatervliet, N. Y, STEPHEN DELLA ROCCA "Slew "The gciztlr mimic' by gentle floods 'ix 1.vlmwnc'," - Spcizsmz Della-Rocca was born in Mechanicville, N. Y., january 23, 1896. He prepared at Schenectady High School, where he was graclnzrtecl in 1918. During the war he served as Zl sergeant for ten months at Camp Devens, and 'fm' eight months with the 303rrl, 163rcl, and l6l5t Infantry in the A. E. F. At Albany Law he has been a member of the com- mittee on resolutions CU. He is :L Republican. He commutcs from Schenectady. Della-Rocca expects to practice in Schenectzidy. His Q3l'!Q1lI1Cl1t zrcldress is 896 Emmett Street, Schenectady, I I 1 i llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilIIIllllllllllllllllllllilllIIlllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllll F orty-six l F I l r lilIIllIllllllllIIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIII2 lIIIImmIIIlIlllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll r I ARTHUR CARLETON DOVVNING ccArtu ' 0fvpres.n'd, but not Xllllflilllfllv, by 1ll0l'lUZ cares." -Davy. Downing was born at Mechanicville, N. Y., january 9, 1891. l-le prepared at Mechanicville High School, where he was a member of the football and track teams, and winner of first prize in the Saratoga County speaking contest. He was graduatcdin 1910. He served with the 3rd'Fielcl Artillery in 1916 and in 1918, and was discharged from the Base Hospital at Newport News, Va. ' l-le is a member of the Knights of Columbus, the American Legion, and the Foresters, and is a Republican. He conunutes frorn Meclianicville. Downing expects to practice in Saratoga County. I-lis permanent address is 138 NO1'tll Main Street, Mechanicville, N. Y. lell2R.I.llElQ'l' SIDNEY DUNCOMBE, jr., AAQJJ 1115112 . "Dune" S . "ll"1'llz eyes .rr"ver'e mid beard of formal cut." lluneonilie was born in Chicago, Ill., March 23, 1896. - 5'lza.tr'spca1'e. I-le prepared at I-lotclilciss School, where he was gradu- Zltctl in 1914. ' lile attcndecl Yale University, where he was a member ol' the freshman four-oai'ec,l crew and the sophomore crew. and was clianipion single-scull in 1915. I-Ie was graduated in 1918 with the degree of B. A., lizmoris enum. During the Mexican campaign he served with the Yale Battalion as a sergeant. In the VVorld XIVZII' he was commissioned Second Lieutenant, regular army: permanent First Lieutenant: Captain. Served in the 18th Cavalry, 76th 'Field Artillery, Third Division, Fourth Field Artillery. Artillery Information Officer, Aide-de-camp to Brig. Gen. Burtg member of Gen. Leonard Wood's statt in the Tenth Division. l-le entered Albany Law at the beginning of senior year. - Duneomhe expects to practice in New York City. His permanent address is 59 West 54th Street, New York City. ll ll F arty-seven 1 i i IllIIlllillllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll:1-- V . 11111111llllllllilIllIIIlllllllIllllIlllIlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllll ll 1 ' THQMAS J. DWYEYQ, AX A'Toln" "As a fzcfil, if 1101 r'i1'.v1', in llle 'very first line." . - Goldslnzth. Dwyer was born in Arnsterclam, N. Y., june 8, 1897. He prepared at St. 1Vlary's Institute, where he took part in debating, graduating in 1915. During the war he served as Pvt. 1st Cl.. being a stenographer on General Courts Martial at G. H. Q.. Chauniont, France. At Albany Law he has been class secretary Clj and f3D, and-holder of a Soldiers' and Sailors' Scholarship. '1-le is a member of the Knights of Columbus and the American Legion, and is a Republican. He rooms at Z0 High Street. - Dwyer expects to practice in Amsterdam. His per- manent address is 4 Romeyn Avenue, Amsterdam, N. Y. 1 ' b MAUEL DIERRINGER FENTON "Earl: darker day n .nmnicr lllifll 111011 'wcurr'st." -Dana. Mrs. Fenton was born in Catskill, N. Y., March 15, 1893. She prepared at Margaretville High School, where she was graduated in 1909, and at Margarctville Training Class in 1910, where she was president of Delta Sigma Society. ' She is a member of the Orcler of the Eastern Star and Rebelcahs, and is a Republican. She entered Albany Law at beginning of senior year. She rooms at 107 Lancaster Street. Mrs. Fenton expects to practice at Margarctville. Her permanent aclclress is Nlargaretville, N. Y. Forty-eiglzi lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllf' ' V I I I i QZZZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll NELLIE CORDELIA GILCHRIST '1Nellic" "1-lm' voice was mer soft, Gentle and long- mi. e.1'c0IIf'ut thing m-'zc'011Ir111'." A -Slzakespvare. Miss Gilchrist was born in Columbia, N. Y., .luly 26, 1901. She prepared at Ilion High School, where she was graduated in 1919. She is a Democrat. She rooms at 91 Lancaster Street. Miss Gilchrist expects to practice in Ilion. Her per- manent address is 253 Otsego Street, Ilion, N. Y. HARRY L. GTLRUE, AX "Gil" - ".l11.vIicc Il.e founder of my fabric wasf'-Dnizle. Gilrie was born in Lockport, N. Y., August 2, 1895. 1-lc prepared at Lockport 'High School, being graduated in 1916. 'During the war he served as :1 sergeant in Co. I, 309111 Infantry, in the A. E. F. from January, 1918, to September, 19197 M. P. E. S. international courier, American Commission to Negotiate Peace, Paris. He is Z1 member of Niagara No. 375, F. and A. M., and is il Republican. I-Ie rooms at 86 Lancaster Street. Gilrie is uncleciclecl as to where he w.ill practice. His permanent address is Lockport, N. Y. ri ' . 1llllIIlllllllllIllllllllllIllIllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllg umumm:nmmnuumnnmumunnmmmmummnunnnmnu Forty-nine lllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllIHIlllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllf' l .1111llIIIIIIIIIIllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllll i D . EDMUND JOSEPH GLACKEN, AX i V ,Edu "'Lc'ttc mc stands to llze ,nmiuu t'lllIl1CC.H-rl.fV1jl. Glaeken was born in Amsterdam, N. Y., january 31, 1893. He prepared at St. Maryls Institute, wliere be was graduated in 1910. He attended Fordham University, where be was a member of the football team. During the war be served as First Sergeant with Base Hospital No. 106, in England and France: trained at Army Medical College. He is a member of the Knights ol Columbus and the American Legion, and is :L Republican. He rooms at the Delta Clii house with Balch, '24. Glaeken expects to practice in Am:-zterclzun. l-lis per- manent address is 7 Evelyn Street, Anisterdznn, N. Y. r . JAMES H. GLAXWN, KIDEK "jim" "Furs-uzz.vio1i lips his Iouguc 'ZUll'UIlC'Fl' lm I'rillc.v."' - Cibbur. Glavin was born in llV1llCl'fOl'Cl, N. Y., May ll, 1901. l-le prepared at St. Bernard's Ae'trlemy, wllcre lie was a member of the basketball and baseball teams, and of the Literary and Debating' Society. Al Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive committee CU and KZJ, class poet KZJ. He is a Democrat. He commntes from VVaterforrl. Glavin is undecided as to where lie will practice. His permanent address is WVatcrford, Saratoga County, N. Y. Fifty ' IllIllllllllIllIlllllllIlillllllllllIIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZ' I , S l I li' llIIIllllllllillllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIlllilllllllllllll GHERMAN P. GREENE 'flticlgei' "His rqgiiulizu' fitIL"1lHiC.S' 'z'11z1l1c1'svd 111 rugllnimclify nf rogiiationf' 4Curr'y, Greene was horn in Scotia, N. Y., August 23, 1900. Ile prrparecl at Ausahle Forks High School, where he was presiilcnt and valeclictorian of his class, president of the l-itur:n'y Chili, and treasurer of the athletic as- fociaiinn. I-le was graclnatecl in 1918. During the war he served in the S. A. T. C. at Syracuse University from Oct. 1 to Dec. 9, 1918. He lives :it home. Greene expects to practice in Albany. .His permanent xirlrlrcss is 114 Grand Street, Albany, N. Y. ITRANCIS STANLEY GRIFFIN, AKE "Stan", "Grifl?" , "Clm.irr? -:cvurzl and III6't1S1l7'L'll plimsg above the rcncli Of lIl'tl1lIllI'jY 1mf1l.' - lVI!m'd.rw0rllL. Griflin was horn in Clinton, N. Y., in 1896. He prcp:11'ecl at Clinton High School, where hc won an inter- seliolaslie speaking contest, graduating in 1914. llc :iltenclcfl Hamilton College, where he was editor of a college publication, nianager of the football team, member of Pentagon, prekiclent of his class and presi- dent of the Honor Court. 1-le was graduated in 1918, with the degree of A. B. During the war he served for nineteen months as a sergezmt in the Air Service, including twelve months in France. l-lc is ai memher of the American Legion and the Knights of Columbus. . He rooms at 278 Hamilton Street with Gorman, '23. l Grimm expects to practice in Utica or in New York - City. His permanent address is Clinton, N. Y. r , r" , fi Fifiy-one I 4 IllIllllllIIllIillllllllIllllIIIllIlIIIIIIIllllilllllllllllllllllllIIlIlll2i" Q' mllllllllllllllllmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIII I I 1. J. GUZZETTA, ACDA K1J'aCkI5 "Still the 'wonder grew That one small head could carry all he knew."- - Golcls-mztll. Guzzetta was born in Buffalo, N. Y., May 2, 1902. He prepared at Mt. Morris High School, where he was president of the Athletic Association and manager of the basketball team. He was graduated in 1919. He is a Republican. He rooms at 63 Dove Street with Bock. Gnzzetta is undecided as to where he will practice. His permanent address is 11 Eagle Street, Mt. Morris, N. Y. GEGRGE VV. HARDER, 1112K "Hard" "He lem,-zo wliafs what, and llialiv as high .415 nwlaphysic wil can fly."-Butler. Harder was born in Troy, N. Y., June 17, 1898. He prepared at Hoosick Falls and Troy High Schools, where he was a member of the football, baseball, basket- ball, and track teamsg captain and quarterback of the championship Northeastern New York High School football team, second choice of Knickerbocker Press All-Eastern High School quarterback, and won the Wharton prize in Physics. He was graduated in 1917. Diuring the war he served with Co.. M, 105th Infantry, 27th Division. At Albany Law. he has been a member of THE VERDICT Board CSD. He is a member of the American Legion, and is 21 Democrat. He lives at home. Harder expects to practice in Albany or Troy. 'x , , ! ' ' IllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllltllllIlllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll Fifty-two l 1 1Illllil!IIIlllIlllIllllIllIllIlllllllllIIIIlllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllll Z" QZZIIII1III1IIIIIllIlIllllIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIlIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll l 1 LESTER A. HARRIS, QTEK V "Harry" "PVD grant, although he had march wit, H 1: was 'very shy of using it." -Butler. 1-larris was born in Brushton, N. Y., in 1896. He prepared at Brushton High School and New York lX'1iln'zlry Academy, where he was secretary and treas- urer of the senior class :ind inmiager of the basketball tcznn. He was gracluzitecl in 1916. l-lc attended Rdcinc College, where he was graduated in 1918 with the degree of A. A. - ' He is at Republican. . He rooms at 33 Barclay Street. Harris is undecided as to where he will practice. His permanent address is Brushtori, N. Y. IBURRLLL L IIOYT, AXP ' ' L1rry" ' "Of ull those arts in 'which the 'wise cnfacl, 1Vr1fnrv'.v chief ihasie-1'p'iece is 'wrzrfing well." - Sheffield. 1?lLoyt was horn in Galway, N. Y., june 20, 1894. Irlc prepared at Little Falls CN. YJ High School, where he was president of the senior class and editor of the school magazine, being graduated in 1912. He attended the University of Pennsylvania in the class of 1917. During the war he served in France and Belgium with Co. B, 107th Infantry. At Albany Law he has been a member of TI-IE VERDICT Board C21 and C31 1-Ie lives at 23 llflcnands Road. , Hoyt expects to practice in New York City. His permanent address is 219 South 36th Street, Phil- adelphia, Pa. 1 F iffy- three l l Il IllllIIllllIlllllIIIllIIllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllf' QIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllll A ' ll I . CHARLES MAURIC4 HUGHES, GJX - . iaTOd1r , Q "Wl1o11z none Could advise, thou hast pc1'suaded." -Raleigh. Hughes was born at Poultney, Vt., july 10, 1896. He prepared at Troy Conference Academy, where he was president of the junior class, editor of the school paper, president of the Delpbian Irving Public, and a l11CIg1lJ31' of the football team. He was graduated in 191 . I-le attended Norwich University, where he was a member of the freshman football team and the glee club. During the war he served as an ensign in the Navy, beingiengagcd in foreign service on a submarine chaser, the transport service and the destroyer service. At Albany Law he has been class president CU: member of the executive committee Q3j, member of Devil's Own CSU. He is a member of the American Legion, and is a Republican. .. ..H,e comtnutes from 21.1, Victory Avenue, ,Sclicnectadyu ,. AI-Iughcs 'expects' to' practice in Schenectady. 'His permanent address is Schenectady, N. Y. DAVID E. JEFFE RY 1 Y "Dave" "1-lc .rcrws his party best who svr'ue.r his country bmi." - llizgies. Jeffery was born in Lockport, N. Y., May 13, 1894. l-Ie prepared at the Lockport High School, being graduated in 1913. 1-lc attended XVilliains College, where he was a member of Theta Delta Chi fraternity and the Gargoyle A Society. He was graduated in 1917, with the degree ot' A. B. During the war he served from November, 1917, to june, 1919. He was commissioned August 28, 1918, and was discharged with the rank of First Lieutenant of Infantry, O. R. C. l-le is a member of Niagara Lodge, 17. and A. M., and is a Republican. For three years he has represented 'the First Assembly District, Niagara County, in the , State Legislature. . He rooms at 4 Elk Street. ' Jeffery expects to practice in Lockport. His per- - manent address is 275 Locust Street, Lockport, N. Y. F ifty-f our IlilllllIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllIIIIII1IIIIIIIllI2 IIIIIIIIIlllIllIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll 'I I ABBOTT JGNES ' "Abbott" "'I-Ia is 111-amcloizs in his IIlClSf6I'-y over that delightfully forluitous ilicmzscqzwizce that is the adamautiim logic of l1'l'l'!llIlCt'l11lf.U ' -Lowell. Jones was born at Troy, N, Y., November 30, 1899. He prepared at St. Mary's Academy. where he was a member of the football and basketball teams, being graduated in 1919. At Albany Law he has been a member of the dance committee CU. He is a Republican. He Commutes from Troy. jones expects to practice in Troy. His permanent address is 1519 Seventh Avenue, Troy, N. Y. gif ,VI-,gi CARI SMU II JONES, AY ll'lWadJ! "Hca1't'fo l'0!lL'l'I"Uf7,, the izrzciwsiaizziiiig to direct, Ilia 11111141 to C-17t7C1l1'I'.U'-' Jmiins. jones was born at Burke. N. Y., September 27, 1895. He prepared at Franklin Academy, graduating in 1913. 1-Ie attended Colgate University, where he was a member of the boards of college publications. I-Ie was graduated in 1917, with the degree ot' B. A. During the war heserved in the U. S. Army from September, 1917, to August, 1919, with the rank of first sergeant: lmostzgraduate course in English Law in the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1919. At Albany Law he has been class toastmaster C25 and C3J: chairman of the executive committee CSD: member of the executive committee C153 chairman of the dance committee C15 3 chairman of the junior Prom committee C21 3 member of THE VERDICT Board CSD. 'He is 1-1 Republican. He rooms at 2 Chestnut Street wth Shangraw. jones is undecided as to where he will practice. His permanent address is Burke, N. Y. I , , I V , - 4 I . lllllllllllllllllllINllllllllllflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmlll!! lllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll Y Fifty-five l 1 5 . llllllllllllllllllllIlllllIlIIlIllIIIIllIIlIIIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' run InlIunIIIIIxIuilnulnuumnnnumnu ulmumuumn ARTHUR E. KALEY, AX KiAl.tYY "As 'llIC?1'1'y as the day js long."-Slmlcc.r111fm'c. Kaley was born in Milton, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1900. He prepared at Newburgh Free Academy, where he was a member of the football team and captain of the base- ball team. He is a Democrat. He rooms at the Delta Chi house with Mills. Kaley expects to practice in New York City. His permanent address is Milton, N. Y. . . GILBERT C. KASTENSMITI-I, AX IIGHV! "'T 'is good lo be 'Ill-C?I'l'jl and 'ZU1i.YC.H-Cllflfllllllll. Kastensmilh was born in Schenectady, N. Y., july 6, 1899. He prepared at Schenectady High School, where he was a member of Sigma Kappa Delta, vice- prcsidcnt of the sophomore class, president of the athletic association and vice-president of the inter- fraternity council. ' He attended Pratt Institute, where he was a member of the football team. During the war he served in the S. A. T. C. at Pratt. At Albany 'Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive committee CD3 member of Devil's Own CBD. He is a member of the American Legion and Sigma Kappa Delta fraternity, and is a Republican. He commntes from Schenectady. ' Kastensmith expects to practice in Schenectady. . . I-Iis permanent address is 122 Park Avenue, Schenectady, N. Y. F-iffy-six llllllllllllllIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' 11101IIUIIIIllIIIIIIIIlIIl1IllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' l I l STEPHEN H. KEATING "Steve" "Graci.'tl as ilmii art wltlzi all the power' of words." Q -Pope. Keating was born in lfVaterford, N. Y., November 26, 1895. He prepzirefl at VVaterforcl High School and St. l3crnard's Academy, being grziclnatecl in 1916. During the war he served in the A. E. F. with the U. S. Marine Corps. At Albany Law he has been class chaplain CU. 1-le is ll member of the American Legion and the Knights of Columbus and is El Democrat. I-le comniutes from XVaterford., Keating' expects to practice in Albany. I-Iis per- manent aclclress is 29 Seventh Street, Vllaterford, N. JACOB G-RABOYS KROUNER, KN u-I-,Ikon . . "Ile reads 1lI'lIC11',' Hi' is rr grruf nl1svrw1', and he looks Q-uiip fflfllllgll Ilia devils uf im'v1."' - .S'l1alcf'.vpva1'c. Krounur was horn in New York, March 27, 1899. I-le 1urep:irec.l at Albany High School, where he was grzicluzitcfl in 1916. At Albany Law he has been a member of the execu- tive committee 121. .He lives :it home. Krouner expects to practice in New York City. His permanent riclrlress is 50 Elm Street, Albany, N. Y. JY. im mm i l k V lllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlIlll I1lIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllIIIIIlIIllIlllllllllllllllllllll lin I JOHN A. LA RATE, KDZK , . "Jack" I "As good bc out of llrc world ax 0111 of the fIISIIlI'0Il.H -Ciblyzfr. La Bate was born in Danbury, Conn., August 28 1900. He preparecl at Danbury High School, where he was a member of the football team. He attended New York University for one year. During the war he served in the S. A. T. C. ' At Albany Law he has been a member of the dance committee CZD, and class treasurer CD. He rooms at the Phi Sigma Kappa house. La Bate expects to practice in New York City. His permanent address is 361 Main Street, Danbury, Conn. l7Ul3ER'l' ,lAbf1ES LAFFIN, QTEK "Bob" "XIII his fzmlls are .wich that one lows him still the bcllcr for ll1cm."- Goldsmitll. Lnflin was born in Berlin, N. l-I., Jam1ary'2, 1901. He prepared at the Berlin High School, where he was El member of the track and basketball teams, president of his class, president of the debating club, and a member of the French club and the 'Latin club. At Albany Law he has been a member of the dance committee ISD, l-le is ai member of the Knights of Columbus, and is a Democrat. He rooms at 281 Madison Avenue with McCann. Lalhn expects to practice-in New York. His per- manent aclclress is 117 Willa1'd Street, Berlin, N. H. Fifty-eight lllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' I 1111IIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll Il ROLAND EUGENE FRANCIS LA GRANGE "Roland", "Ilce,' "Six lmzzrs in sleep, in It1'w's g1'a'z1e .vtzzziy six, Pour .Yflffllti 111 fwzzycr, flu' rest on Nzzlzzre fi.1'."' -Coke. La Grange was horn in Schenectady, N Y., April 9, 1896. He prepared at Schenectady High School, where he was gracluatecl in 1915. He attended Union University, where he was a member of the varsity debating team and the Y. M. C. A. eahinet. He was graduated in 1919, with the degree of A. 13. During the war he served in the S. A. T. C. and vnzntacliecl :it Fort Slocum, N. Y. l-le is I1 Republican. llc rooms at 862 Madison Avfnzte with Brind. La Grange expects to practice in the Capital District. His perirmient znlflress is 149 Guilderlancl Avenue. Schenectady, N. Y. Lll XIXLLS LAMBIASE "Chuck" "fl mind not lo lu' rlmngcd by fvluve or f1'jm'." -Milton.. Lamhizise was horn in New York State on August' 26, 1901. He 1n'ep:1recl :lt East High School, where he was ehnirmzm of the senior announcement committee, memhcr zmcl nizxnuger of the high school orchestra. memher of the lvlath eluh, :md premier organizer of French elnh, literary editor of the school paper. 1-le rooms with Rogers, '23, at 142 Lancaster Street. l.:lmhi:ise expects to practice in Rochester. His per- manent mlclress is 35 Wilson Street, Rochester, N. Y. llll llll r Fifiy-:line 5 1 IllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIf l1lllllllllllm!llllllllllllllllllllIllllIllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll FRANCES MADELINE LANG ' ' "Mad" "Shu 11e'er .raw courts, yet comms could have undone With zmtrnfight looks, and au- in-ipi'czct'ised lwa1ft." - Drwenav-it. Miss Lang was born in Albany, N. Y., August 21, 1898. She prepared at Saratoga High School, where she won scholastic and dramatic honors, graduating in 1914. She attended Skidmore, where she also won scholx astie and dramatic honors. She was graduated in 1916. At Albany Law she has been class secretary CID and class historian CZJ. 'She is a Republican. She rooms at 149 Lancaster Street. Miss Lang is undecided as to where she will practice. Her permanent address is 9 Vllashington Street, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. , . 1 i FRANCIS JOHN LAWLER, ri-IF ' "Frank" "No fuller so busy cz rmnz as hc ther Mas, And yet Ire .reemcfd busier ,tlzcm he was." - C Imucer. Lawler was born at Rome, N. Y., November 9, 1899. He prepared at Rome Free Academy, where he was manager of the basketball team and editor of the senior Annual, being graduated in 1917. He attended Syracuse University, where he was chairman of the freshman executive committee, member of Boar's I-lead Society, and a member of Tambourine and Bones Society. During the war he served in the S. A. T. C. at Syracuse. At Albany Law he'has been a member of Devil's , Own C305 member of the smoker committee C333 and l member of THE VERDICT Board CBD. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and is a Republican. I-Ie rooms at 15 Chestnut Street. - Lawler expects to practice in Rome, N. Y. His permanent address is 636 Chatham Street, Rome, N. Y. lll llll l Hmm'IIInmlmllllllmlmlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZT' llllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll I i I - - Lewis EDVVARD LEARY, AX c1Eds: "With grave Aspect he rose, and in his 7'iJ'i1'l-g seenfd fi pillar of strltefi -Milton ' Leary was born in Geneseo, N. Y., January 4, 1898. He prepared at Bergen High School, graduating in 1917. During the war he served as sergeant with Regimental I-Ieadquarters, 3rd Regiment, U. S. Marine Corps. At Albany Law he has been class orator CD, class president CZJ, member of the Athletic Council C25 and ISJ, member of the executive committee CED, and fl member of Devil's Own. A He is a Republican. He rooms at the Delta Chi house with Mills. Leary expects to practice in New York City. His pirmancnt address is 351 Madison Avenue, Albany, f ' . . Y. V. I..-X YERNE G. LEVVIS, AX "Louie" "Thy Ill0fl't'.Yfjl"S nl candle to thy 1ncr'it."- Fielding. Lewis was born in Ashland, N. Y., September 17, 1901. He prepared at Stamford Seminary, where he was captain of the basketball team, a member of the baseball team, and editor-in-chief of the year-book. He is a Republican. l-Ie rooms at the Delta Chi house with Peterson. Lewis expects to practice in New York City. His permanent address is Stamford, N. Y. I IlIllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIIlllllllllllllllllllllll nmnnulnmmmmmmnmummmmummumiumnmuumu 5i.rf,v-ozze I i llllIlllllllllllIllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllfp QlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll l I FREDERIC ANDREVV LOEFFLER, IDEK "Fred" U "Hi: was a Wray parfit gcnfil k1iigl1t."'-Cl1a1mrr', Loeffler was born in Albany, N- Y,, December 10, 1900. He prepared at Albany High School, where he was Zl member of Sigma Kappa Delta, president of Pliilorloxia Literary Society, a member of the baseball team and the class basketball team, and a member of the High School orchestrzi. He attended New York State College for Teachers. At Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive committee CU, dance committee QZJ, :md Deril's Own CSD. l-le lives at home. Loelgfler expects to practice in Albany. His per- manent address is 204 Livingston Avenue, Albany, N. Y. l a Democrat. Sacco. XVILLIAM H. MeLANN CDLIS. "Mae "Thai tciliirlz 0l'l1'llIfII'y 'IIIFII an fi! for I qncilzricci 'ing and the best of me ix dzliqcfmi, McCann was born in Beihn N II Januuy 18 l90l. He prepared at the Berlin High School where he was president of his class vicepicsident of the Polytechnic club, and Z1 member of the blskctbtll and track teams. lele was graduated in 1919 He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and IS He rooms at 281 Madison Avenue with Laffm 'md McCann is undecided as to where he will pmctice His permanent address is 117 NV1ll'1rcl Street Beilm N. H. Six fy-Iwo Y 1 llllllllIllllIllIIHIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllilllllllllii'' I LRIIIIlllllIIIIIIllIllllllllIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllil ETTORE MANCUSO, ATA "Hector" "find I oft lmffe heard dr'fe11dcd,- Lilflc .mid is soonest 111e11ded."' - l1l'1'!lm1'. Maneuso was born in Cosenza. Italy, january 13, 1896. l-Ie prepared at Catskill High School, where he won Il Latin prize, took part in the class Latin play, :md won Z1 State Scholarship upon graduation, standing fourth highest in the County. He completed his High School course in three years, being giucluatecl in 1913, four and :1 half years after coming to America. During' the war he served as :1 private in Co. F, Second Pioneer lnfzlntry, Second Army Corps: foreign service in France :ind Germzmy from June, 1918, to yliinuzlry, 1920. l-le entered Albany Law in 1917, but left to enter Lhc mililziry service, returning to Albany Law in 1920. lflc is 11 member of Brotherly Love Lodge No. 703, l. O. O. F.: G. DlA.nnunzio Lodge No. 321, O. F. D. I., Italian Culture Clubg Y. M. I. A.g and the Schenectady County Republican Club. 1-lc is a Republican. He cornmutes from Schenectady. Mancuso is undecided as to where he will practice. l-lis permanent address is 29 Columbia Street, Schenec- tady, N. Y. DUlQU'l'l-1Y E. NLFXRDEN 1fDOts1 My-116' 7ll1i1C1C'Sl '1lLfl7LlI1C'I'S, and the grzztlrsl f1C!l7'f',J' -POPE. Miss Murdcn was born in Fulton, N. Y., December 7, 1899. She prepared at Albany High School, where she was Z1'l'l'lC1'l1lJC!' of Them Sigma Literary Society and Phi Delta Sorority, being graduzited in 1916. She is :1 Republican. She lives :it home. Miss Mfnrden expects to practice in Albany. T-Icr permzlncnt address is 169 Elk Street, Albany, N. Y l.lIll1l Sl.l'f-ll-IIZTGU i u Il , lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllillil' :num liIllllllllIIllIllllIIllllIIllIllIIIIIIIllIlllllllllllllmlllllll MERTON D. MEEKER ' "Mert" . 1 "Deep on his front erzgrafuen DC'lllJ6'I'Clll0ll sat, and public care." - Milton. Meeker was born in Binghamton, N. Y., July 10, 1898. He prepared at Binghamton Central High School, where he took the technical course, and was vice- president of the Congress, graduating in 1916. He attended Ohio Northern University for one year, taking a general law course. He was a member of the Ohio -Northern Law Association and the military organization. During the war he was in training at Ohio Northern University in Co. B, Infantry. At Albany Law he has been vice-president of the class 131, ' He is at Republican. He rooms at 63 Dove Street with Brinthaupt. Meeker expects to practice in Binghamton. His permanent address is Binghamton, N. Y. ' DAVID NIEYERHOFF, KDEA , "Dave" "He will discourse mast eloquent umsif." - Slnzlcvspva1'c. Meyerhoff was born in Newark, N. J., November 12, 1898. He prepared at Schenectady High School, where he was a member of the Webster Debating Club and the track team. He was graduated in 1917. During the war he served in the S. A. T. C. at Union. At Albany Law he has been class treasurer CID. He is a member of XU4' and the Masons, and is a Republican. He commutes from Schenectady. Meyerhoff expects to practice in Schenectady. His permanent address is 132 VVaverly Place, Schenectady, N. Y. Sixty-four lllllllllllllllll Illl llIlllllllllllllllIIIllIlllllllllllllIllIlllIllllllIl1" H II Q" lu lllllll lllllllllllllll lllllilllIlllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllll LE ROY ELLSVVORTH MIDDLEWORTH - 'lMidd" "My mind I0 me a k'l11gd01IL is."-Dyer. Middleworth was born in Hudson Falls, N. Y., February 2, 1895. He prepared at Hudson Falls High School, being graduated in 1913. . He is a member of the I. O. O. F., and is a Republican. I-le rooms at 44 Elm Street. I Middleworth is undecided as to where he will practice. ,His permanent address is Hudson Falls, N. Y- Gmgooinv FURLONG MILLS, AX 1 5 rcG1,cgu "From Ihr' frown of lzisihcad to the sole of hir fool, he is all mirth." ' - Slzfakespcare. Mills was born in Rochester, N. Y., May 2, 1896. I-Ie prepared :rt Rochester Catholic High School Where he was 11 member of the track team, being graduated in 1914. He attended Cornell University. During the war he served with the 57th Coast Artillery in the St. Mihiel and Argonne offensives. At Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive committee CZJQ member of Devil's Own C313 class prophet CZD. l-le is zu Republican. , He rooms at the Delta Chi house with Leary. Mills expects to practice in Rochester. His per- manent address is 614 Powers Bldg., Rochester, N. Y. ' ' Sixty-five l . lllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllf-. !umJlERDI'C.Tf'i A .1:11IlImuumuummnuuunummnunnnuunnumumn - 1 Joi-IN L. MooRE A nb-Iackny -cpalvr "None buf himself can be his lvurallvlf' -Tlzeobald. Moore was born in Troy, N. Y., September 22, 1899. He prepared at St. Augustines Academy, where he was editor of his class paper, member of the baseball team, and member of the executive committee of the Alumni , Association. , He commutes from Troy. Moore expects to practice in Troy. His permanent address is Gurley Avenue, Troy, N. Y. - WALTER SCOTT MORGAN HJ-I Pin "The cold 1w1rf1'aIily of an iilzparlial judge."-Burke. Morgan was born in New Woodstock, N. Y., Janu- ary 10, 1891. I-Ie prepared at 'New WVoodstoclc High School, where he was' a member of the debating team, graduating in 1913. ' At Albany Law he has been a member of the Resolutions Committee CZJ. I-Ie is a Democrat. He rooms at 316 State Street. Morgan expects to practice in Syracuse, N. Y. His permanent address is New Woodstock, N. Y. ,-nunuuuuuuuumnin1nnmmmunuuuuummmm1muulullI!l,l llIllllllllllllIIllIllIllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Sixty-six - l l lllllllllllIllIlllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllifu Q2211lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll ll I Army. ' GERALD XVILLIAM UCONNOR, AND uh-Icrryu ".ffln. -irpriglzl judge, a learned judge!"-Slzalcespeare. O'Connor was born in NVE1tCl'fO1'C1, N. Y., December 8, 1896. .I-le prepared at Exeter Academy, where he was :1 member of the baseball team and of Phi Epsilon Sigma fraternity, being graduated in 1914.- He attended Yale University, where he was a member of tliebaseball and football squads and of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. I-Ie was graduated in 1919, with the degree of A. B. ' During the war he enlisted in the regular army jan. 5, 1918, serving in the A. E. F. from April, 1918, to Marcli, 1919, as a 2nd Lieutenant of Field Artillery, assigned to the 67th Artillery, C. A. C., and the 35th Sep. Brigade of Corps Artillery. At Albany Law he has been gr member of the varsity lmslcetball team CZJ. l-le is 21 Democrat. He commutes from Waterford. O'COlll'lO1' expects to practice in Waterford, N. Y. 1-lis permanent address is 10.Broad Street, Waterford, DANIEL BERNARD MURPHY, CIJEK "Murph" "1-Ii.: lzrart and lzmzd both open and both free." - Shakespeare. Murphy was born September 19, 1891. He prepared at Egberts High School and St. Bern:1rd's Academy, Cohoes. where he was a member of the baseball and football teams, being graduated in 1910. During the war he served as a private in the U. S. lille is a member of the Knights of Columbus, B. P. O. E., Order of Alhambra, and is a Republican. He connnutes from Colioes. Murphy expects to practice in New York City. His permanent address is Cohoes, N. Y. N. Y. ..-J ll i lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll I 74 - - se?f112,,,-- ' 4 ' L -..W :iiqafggzei .....,1 .-4:4 Sixty-seveis H- ' - " -.' ,wi 'V ' -'11 .Aging -it2,sg-,,---s..:eaL. gm ll ll IIIIIllIIIIlllllIIIIIIllllIllllfllIlIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1llll1llIllllllllllllIllIllllllllIlIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll l l FRANK A. PEDLOW, ATA "Ped" "Iflf'll0 I0 ll-7:Il'l.S'l?lf is law no law doth need, Offeluis no law, and is a Icing indeed." - Cllapmall. Pedlow was born in Albany, N. Y., April 8, 1898. He prepared at Albany High School, being graduated in 1915. He attended Dartmouth College, zmd was graduated in 1919 with the degree of A. B. D-uring the war he served in the U. S. Naval Reserve. At Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive committee CU, 125, and UD, member of the banquet committee CU, member of THE VERDICT Board C31 He is a Republican. ,He liveszat home. 'Peellow expects to practice in California. His per- manent address is 59 Dana Avenue, Albany, N. Y. "Yet was llc lailld, 1916. Ship in New York. ecutive committee Clj. CARL W. PETERSON, AX "Pete" or if severe 'ill aught, The love he bore to l!?G7'1L'i1lg was in fault." - Goldsmith. Peterson was born in Ilion, N Y., March 16, 1898. He prepared at Ilion High School, being graduated in He attended Cornell University. During the war he served in the U. S. Navy from May 22, 1918, to December 17, 1918, on zu Receiving At Albanv Law he has been Z1 member of the ex' He rooms at the Delta Chi house with Lewis. Peterson expects to practice in Ilion. His permanent address is 198 E. River, Ilion, N. Y. lll lll Sixty-eiglzlt l lllllllllllIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIlllllIIIIIlIllllllllIlllllllll2 1ll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll ll ll 'WILLIAM H. PHELPS x A 4 uBll1vi - Iv "My heart is true as steel."-Sl1abc'.rpea1'e. . l Phelps was born in Sidney, N. Y., October 8, 1901. ll . . ' He prepared at Sidney High School where he was a ' member of thc Philologian.Society and the Philo gle- l bating team, won first prize in the annual prize speaking ' ', contest, was president of the Athletic Association, and I ' vice-president of the Alumni' Association. He was ll, graduatecl in 1919. At Albany Law he has been a member of THE VERDICT Board. He is a Republican. lfllc rooms at 371 Clinton Avenue. l-le is undecided as to where he will practice. 'His permanent address is Sidney, N. Y. V KINLEY LEE PHILLIPS, THF "Phil" Hl'l",IHfl"f'7' he did 'wax done with' so much ease, In lzzm alone 'I was mztmnl to fvlcusc-" -Drydmt. Phillips was born in Concwango, N. Y. I-Ie prepared at Cherry Creek High School, where he was Salu- tntorirm of his class and manager of the baseball team, being gracluated in 1919. . At Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive committee CSJ, and circulation manager of '1'1-l E VERlfJlC'l'. l-le is :1 Republican. l-le rooms at thc Gzmuna Eta Gamma house with Bryan, Powers and Barry. Phillips expects to practice in Jamestown, N. Y. His permanent aclclress is Conewnngo, N. Y.. Sixty-11.ine lrxrlrvlllwlvIfflIrII1IllIlfrlllllllIIlllflllilwlrllllllrllIIcl111ul1oeelr1:" THQMAS ALFRED POVVERS, FI-11' f ' 4ATO1n77, HAL!! "He zzotlzing coizflzmoii did, or 7IlL'lllL.U-l1flN"r'Jl?l1, Powers was born in Sioux Falls, S. D., May 14, 1898. He ,prepared at Rome Free Academy, where he was 'a member of the basketball and football teams, being graduated in 1916. He attended Hamilton College. During the war he served as a private in the Machine Gun Co., 107th Infantry, 27th Division. At Albany Law be- has been a member of the varsity basketball team CZD and QSQ3 captain H215 member of Dievil's Own C3D. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, and is a Democrat. ' 1-Ie rooms at the Gamma Eta Gamma house with Phillips, Bryan and Barry. - Powers expects to practice in Utica, N. Y. His permanent address is Clinton, N. Y. ' ' ' ' HOXNARD PROPER, fI1At7'J, THF "Propl' "I laws dom' the slate sonic SC.'l'TJit'l', and they k1zow'l." - .S'lmlccspem'c. Proper was born in Edmeston, N. Y., December 2, 1898. 1-Ie prepared at Schoharie High School, being graduated in 1915. l-le attended Syracuse University, and was graduated with the degree of A. B. in 1919. During the war he served as a Second Lieutenant in the Air Service. At Albany Law he has been class toastmaster CU: chairman of the banquet committee CU: member of Devil's Own CSU. He is a member of the American Legion and is n Republican. He rooms at 329 State Street. Proper is undecided as to where he will practice. - - His permzment address is Schoharie, N. Y, . . 4 ' 1 SC"L'8l11j' i A . llll'l"'l'lUl""""ll'll''W'WU''llU''W''Nl'llllllllllllllllllf' Lzzamnnlmummin1niiIuuIII1IIIuIIuI1i1immumuumnuu l I - 'j XVALTER JOSEPH RELIHAN I atRelxs, ..Relly1r ' "ll"lmm'c is thy learning? I-Intli thy foil O'er banks CUVISIIIIIYCZ' Ihr' lllflidllflghf mtl?" -Gay. Relihan was horn in Elmira, N. Y., january 12, 1395. I-le prepared at Elmira and Owego Free Acade- mies- At Elmira Academy he .pitched on the baseljall team for three years. 1-le was graduated from Owego Academy in 1914. He withdrew from Cornell University where he was registered in agriculture, at the heginning of his junior year. At Albany Law he has been assistant librarian CD3 librarian C31 He is a member of Owego Lodge No. 1039. B. P. O. lf., and a Republican. li-le lives at 355 State Street. Rclihan expects to practice in or near Binghamton. His permanent address is 51 Main Street. Owego, N. Y. 'IEDXVARD L. RYAN "Sap" "17ir.vt in the liglzl und curry lLfl't'lL'C'fH! deed."-P0116 Ryan was horn in Troy, N. Y., June 27, 1895. l-le prepared at Troy High School, where he was a member of the track team. He was graduated in 1913. During the war he served in France as First Lien- tenant, 106th Infantry, 27th Division. He was severely wounded and was cited twice. He is a rnemher of the American Legion and a Democrat. He Connnntrs from Troy. Ryan expects to practice in New York City. His permanent address SS Ferry Street, Troy, N. Y. J -1 , I 1 llllllllllllllllllIllIllllllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfili llllllllllllllIlllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 5 - SU7Jl'llfj'-0112 l IllIlllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIll 1llllllllIllllIllIIIIlllllllIllllIIlIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllll ll ll FRANK E. SACCO, AGPA usacn "I only speak right 0n."- Slzalcespeare. Sacco was born in Utica, N. Y., July 5, 1899. He prepared at Utica Free Academy and Assumption High School, where he was a member of the G. S. A., French Club, English Club, Glee Club and school orchestra, and was graduated in 1917. He attended the University of Buhfalo where he was a member of the glee club. During the war he served at Fort Porter, Buffalo. At Albany Law he has been class chaplain IZD. He is a member of the American Legion, Knights of Columbus, and a Republican. He rooms at 281 Madison Avenue with Lafhn and McCann. Sacco expects to practice in Utica. His permanent address is 523 Rutger Street, Utica, N. Y. F l 1 JOHN D. snunoizns ack "'If'If'l1y, I, -in this weak piping nun of paint Huw no dcllght to pusy away llzve time." - Shale vsp fare. Saunders was born in Prattsburgh, N. Y., February 20, 1898. He prepared at Prattsburgh High School and was graduated in 1917- During the war he served in France with the United States Marine Corps, being attached to the Second Division. . He is a member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign NVars, and is a Republican. He rooms at 43 Chestnut Street. Saunders expects to practice in Elmira. His per- manent address is Elmira, N. Y. IlllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIllllllIIlIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llIllIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllll n Sewzziy-Ialo W ' l l n IlllllllllIlllIlllllllllIIlII1lllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllv QllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll , ill ll l I ' P. L. SI-IANGRAWV V "Shang" HffC'Ill'C, Imblzl-ing drcamsl- you th1'eate11, here in vain." - -Czbber. Sliangraw was born at Montgomery, Vt., August 6, 1897. l-Ie prepared at the Richford High School, where he was captain of the baseball and basketball teams, being graduated in 1916. .During the war he served with the rank of First Lieutenant of Infantry for 25 months, including 11 months overseas. ' He is a member of the American Legion and a Mason. He rooms at Z Chestnut Street with E. S. Jones, Shangraw expects to practice in Richford, Vermont. His permanent address is Richford, Vt. I VVILLIAM K. SHYNE, XII? . Kl'Bill!l 1 "1 'would lzrlp 01lIC'I'5, out of 0 fellow-fec'ling." - Burlfon. Sbyne was born in Troy, N. Y., October 25, 1899. He prepared at Troy High School, where he was a member of the VVebstcrian Society, Camera Club, class basketlmll team, year book and school paper staffs, and the school battalion. l-le attended Union College. V During the war he was a Second Lieutenant, Re- placement Troops, Camp Lee, Va- At Albany Law he has been a member of the basket- ball squad: winner of A. L. S. CZJ. l-lc is a member of the American Legion, Country Club, Connnonwcalth Club of New York City, and a Deniocrat. He commutcs from Troy. W Sbyne expects to practice in Troy, His permanent 4 acldress is 42 Ferry St., Troy, N. Y, Sewvm--three , ..-. - 'J' ,,L, -, 7 ,,,, , L.. ,. 7.7- -A - i . .. llIIllllllllllllItlllllllIIIllllllllllllIllllllllIIIIIllllltlllllllllllllllf' 3:1IImlllllllllllllllllllllImlllIIlIllllIIllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll - , Hn I . . HENRY JAMES SMITH, TT W 4 "Hank" ' "Nur is Irv mowed by ull Nw thimdr'r-craclzs 3 Of tyrarifs' 1111-mils." - -Dan-it-1. Smith was born in T-Turtford, Conn., December 29, 1896. He prepared at Schenectady High School and was grztcluatecl in 1916. He attcndccl Union College, where he was a member of the freshmzm football team. During the war he served in the Engineer Corps from May S, 1918, to july 2, l9l9, and was discharged as master engineer, senior grade. At Albany Law he has been at member of Dcvil's Own t3J. He is a member of the American Legion, I1 Mason, and :t Republican. ' He eommutes from Schenectady. Smith is unclecidecl as to where he will practice. His permanent address is 20 Ballston Road, Schenectady, . . N Y 1- l ALFRED TIFFANY STEVVART .. M., "Thu g1UdSOIlll? light of jul'isp1'1m'v1it'c."- Coke. Stewart was born in Buffalo, N. Y., jnnuziry 25, 1892. He prepared at Genesee VVesley:m Seminary where he was track inaiiagci' for two years and president of the Amphietyon Literary Society. 'He wats Q'l'1lClLlZll1CC.l in l9l3. During the war he attended the Reserve Ollin-ers' Training Camp at Madison Barracks and served in the U. S. N. R. F. on the U. S. S. C. No. 352 zmml U. S. Destroyer VVoolsey. l-le is at Rcpublicztn. He rooms at 233 Hamilton Street with Curry. Stewart expects to practice in Rochester. His per- IllZtl'lC1'lt.Z1dCll'CSS is 292 Oxford Street, Rochester, N. Y. u A 1 nmnnunumuium nl u in n IllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllIIllIllllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll Sewn ly-four z I , IllIIlllllllllllllIIllllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIIIIIIl :1llIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll 'I I i EDMUND C. SULLIVAN "Sully" "l'II sPfuk in ii IIIOIISIVUILS little voice-"' , - SIralsc'spmrc. Sullivan was born in Albany, N. Y., February 27, 1901. He prepared at the Christian Brothers' Acadciny and was graduated in 1919- At the end of his senior year he was second in scholarship. At Albany Law he has been marshal of the senior class. l-le is a meinbfr of the Catholic Union and El Democrat. 'l-le livcs at home. Sullivan expects to practice in Albany, N. Y.. His permanent address is 162 Eagle Street, Albany, N. Y. l3!Q,EN'l'C JN 'l'l-lt JMPSON TAYLCR, AID, IIJBK "Brent", "B. T." "Timm wir! UIH' guide, pllilusufvlivi' and fl'fl"Ild.U- Pope. ' ' Taylor was horn in Glens Falls, N. Y., August Sth, 1897- He prepared at Glens Falls 1-ligh School and was graduated in 1915. .l-lc attended Union College, where he was editor- in-chiel' of the "Garnet" and "Concordicnsis"g chairman sophomore soiree committee: a member of 'l'A, Idol Club, Pol-Elton Club. Classical Club, English Club and Press Club. I-le was awarded the Blatchford Orator- ical Medal in his senior year, and was graduated in 1919 with the degree of A. B. ljlll'll11.f.ll'lC war he was a candidate in the R. O. T. C. at Camp Devens, and in the F. A. O: T. C. at Camp Zachary Taylor. and was eonnnissinned a Second Lieu- tenant, Field Artillery, and stationed at Camp Jackson. At Albany Law he has been a member of the ex- ecutive coinnziltee till, 'Dcvil'5 Own CSD, THE VERDICT Board l3J. l-le is a Republican. , ' , He eonunutes from Saratoga Springs- . . 'l'aylor expects to practice in Saratoga Springs. l--lis permanent address is 172 Church St., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. r . lllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllIllIIIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllb - Sez'e11ly-fire l .17-if ' . l ' l l . llllllllllIIlllIIlllllIllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfu .ZZ lllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIlllIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllll i l 'I l DONALD STEPHEN TAYLOR, OX :xD0n11 "His words, like so many nl-i-nible and airy sermtors, trip about liiuz at command." - Mfzlton. Taylor was born in Troy, N. Y., june 17, 1898. He prepared at the Troy High School, where he was a member of the Welistcriaii Society and varsity basket- ball team. He was gracluzited in 1915- He attended Colgate University, where he was n1.anager of the varsity hockey team: captain of class basketball team: 51 member of the Press club, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Governing Board, Biological Society, Theta Nu Epsilon Sophomore Society, Gorgorfs Head Senior Socifty- He was graduated in 1919 with the degree of A. B- A During the war he served with the S. A. T. C. at Colgate- At Albany Law he has been rt member of the basket- ball tram C23 :incl C351 executive committee C11 and C3Dg dance committee C25 and C332 chairman smoker committee C3Jg member of Devil's Own CSJ. He is a Republican. l-le eommutes from Troy- ' Taylor expects to practice in Troy. His permanent address is 1 Vtfcodrow Court, Troy, N. Y. ARTHUR BETHENE TOVVN, AX "Art" "The noblest mind the best cozztcntlncnt bas." - Sf2L'nsr'r. Town was born in Lziona, N. Y., October 16th, 1898. He prepared at Dunkirk High School andwas gradu- ated in 1917- . At Albany Law he has been a member of the dance committee C15 and CZl- He rooms :it the Delta Chi house with Wills and Keller. . Town expects to practice in Dunkirk. His per- manent ziclclress is Dunkirlc, N. Y. nl aum r I , Nllilllllllllllllllllllll'IlU"U"l"""Ul"ll'lllllllllllllllllllll1!Z" .ZIIIIIIllllIlllllllllIIIIIIllIIIlIIllIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll i FRANK B. VALENTINE Y ulgrankny crvalry "The young Asfyauanf, the hope of T1'0y."- Pope. Valentine was born in Troy, N. Y., March 9, 1901: He prepared at the Troy High School where he was president of the senior class, manager of basketball, managing editor of the year book, a member of the Websterian Society and the Athletic Council, and was graduated in l918- At Albany Law he has been a member of the basket- ball team C25- I-le is a Republican- 1-le connnutes from Troy- Valentine expects to practice in Troy- His per- manent address is 1633 Fifth Avenue, Troy, N- Y- STEPH EN VANDERLICK "Van" "A lion uuwug lllfllifd' is ri most dreadful tiring." - Slzakcspcarc, Vanderliclc was born in Poland, October 22, 1893- I-Ie prepared at Cushing Academy, where he was a member of the football, basketball and baseball teams, and was graduated in 1916. I-le took a special course at Brown University- At Albany Law he has been class marshal C25- He rooms at 41 Chestnut Street with Wiser. Vanderliclc expects to practice in Cohoes or Milton. His permanent address is 21 Valley Street, North- ampton, Mass- I , lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllIIIIIllIlIIIIIIIllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllll , o Seventy-.vewn '? V ll Il 1 l lllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllilff' ...UNIIIIlIIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIl l I QEDNVARD RAGSDALE WAITE, QEK "Ed", "Rags", "VV:tity" "'A11d do as adr1c1'.rarit's do in law, . . - - ,',, U Strive mightily Im! cnt and drmlz as fwcllds- --Slzaler:.rpcfu1'f.- Wfaite was born on December 4, 1895- He prepared at Fort Aim High School, where he was Z1 member of the football and basketball teams. and was graduated in 1915- He attended Cornell University where he won his "C" in NVrestling- During the war he served in France, England, Belgium and Germany with the 24th Victoria Royal Riiies, second division. He is a Republican- He lives at the Phi Sigma Kappa house. White is undecided as to where hc will practice- ' THOMAS W1 VVALLACII, ji., I "Tom", H1-1ugh" "The glass of fnslz-ion and the would of form, The oI2svr'z'c2d of all obscr'm'rs-"' - Slzaleespcare. lfVallace was born in Schenectady, january 24, 1900- He prepared at Schenectady High School, where he was a member of Delta Sigma Nu, inter-fraternity council, varsity baseball and class basketball teams. He was commencement speaker, took part in the class play, and was graduated in 1917- He attended Union College, where he was a member of the varsity basketball squad. During the war he served with the S. A. T. C. at Union and with the O. T. C. at Camp Taylor. At Albany Law he has been class treasurer C213 member of the dance ,committee CD3 member of Devil's Own CSD- He is a Republican- He commutes from Schenectady- l1Vallace expects to practice in Schenectady. His fIi?:1'1Qane11t address is 850 Stanley Street, Schenectady, ' 1 W . - lllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli illllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll Sevelz ty-eight YllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll U51-. lm I l' i -- Q2illIlllllIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllll l WALTER H. VVERTIME, Jr., FH1' "VValt" "For awry why he has a w11crcfor'p."- Butler. Wcrtime was born on September Zlst, 1897- He prepared at the Troy Academy and was graduated in 191 . I-le ziltendcd Union College. During the war he served with the S. A. T. C. at Union. He commutes from Cohoes. Wfertime expects to practice in Cohoes. His per- manent address is Simmons Avenue, Cohoes, N. Y. CLARENCE EARL wILLs, AX 1 FIBHIH "Wise to rcxolzfc, und patient to f1e1'f0rm."- Pape. Wills waspborn at Chutcaugay, N.'Y., November 28, 1896. 1-lc prepared at the Chatcaugay High School, where hc was a member of the baseball, basketball and 'football teams. He was graduated in 1917. During the war he scrvecl as Corporal from October Sth. 1917, to May 28th, 1919, with the 82nd division, 32lst Field Artillery. I-Ic was in the Marboche, St. Mihiel and Argonne sectors. 1-lc is a member of Frontier Lodge No. 517, F. and A. Nl., :md is a Republican. I 1-le rooms at thc Delta Chi house with Town. VVills cxpccts to practice in Albany. His permanent address is Chatcaugay, N. Y. , ,lf Il I Seventy-nine 1 l l l lillllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlllllllISlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli' I QI. llllIllIlllllilllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllll I I i C. VINCENT WISER "Bud" "Bc .sure of it,' give me the ocular p1'0of."- Slzalecspearc. Wiser was born in Rochester, June 28, 1898. He prepared at the West High School and was graduated in 1916. , He attended Syracuse University. During the war he served with the S. A. T. C. at 1 Syracuse University. At Albany Law he has been a member of the banquet committee CU- He rooms at 41 Chestnut Street with Vanderliclc and Young. Wiser expects to practice in Rochester. His per- manent address is 87 Hamilton Street, Rochester, N, Y. JOHN JosEP1-I Wooos rx.-I-Ohnnyn, nh-I-A 1.11 "I lmlc nobudyg I am in chair-ity with the world." -Swift- N1Voods was born in Troy, N-. Y., November 27, 1900. He prepared at La Salle Institute, where he was preigilgnt of the Athletic Association, being graduated m - He is a member of the La Salle Alumni Association, and is a Democrat. I-Ie commuters from Troy. VVoods expects to practice in Troy. His permanent address is Troy, N. Y. Y I nlu lml. Q I 1 lllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli" I IllilllllllllllllIlIIIIIIlIIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllltlllllllIllllllllllllllllll . il Il November 15 I-ligh School, where he JOHN SMITH XVOODWVARD, A111 "Tnbby" "l'l"lmt a case am I i11-."-Slzalzespeam. VVooclwarcl was born in VVarrensburgh, N. Y., , 1888. 1-Ie prepared at WH1'1'CllS1Jl11'gh was captain of baseball and .l."I.OYD YOUNG nploydn "Smooth rims the wafer wlzcrc the brook is deep." Young was horn in Central 5th, 1898. He prepared at Schoharie High School, where he was valcclictorian of of the He is a Democrat, 1-le rooms at 41 Chestnut Young expects to practice in New York State. His permanent address is Gallupvillc, N. Y. track team. I-le was graduated in 1918. valcclictorian of his class. He was graduated in 1905. l-le attenclcrl Union College for two years and was gracluatecl from Nlidcllebury in 1912 with a B. S. clcgree. At Miclfllebury he was a member of the varsity football team, manager of varsity baseball, leader of the glee club, captain freshman baseball team. During the war he was on detached service, 16th Company, jefferson Barracks, Mo. l,-le is a member of XAIZlI'1'C1'lSlJL1l'gl'l Lodge, No. 425, F. and A. M., and is a Republican. He commutes from Saratoga Springs, NlVO0ClVVZll'Cl is undecided as to where he will practice. His permanent address is 48052 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, N. Y, - Shulse.ypc'arc. Bridge, N. Y., December his class, and a member Street with Wiser. ,-. , l lllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllillll llIlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllll Eiglzly-one A ', "-u 1 ' x 1, H, U 44,41 1 wa A 4 K 1, f 1 X ' -35 .v. 4 2 ,,,,,,qN, 5,1 R rf-1 f' v' ,si W u-. 'o A- , , 1, J,-:L :W N- -. .av ,gig . . 5, .,-5-N .S N . .nj ,Eg 1F ' be ,I N, gm . 1 J 1 . Y! ,, X 11 - l gn, L QA 'Q Ji Qu 73 41 is lllllllllllllIllllllllllllIIlIIIllIlIIIIIllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll'' lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll I I VVILLIAM -L. KELLER ........................A.....,,..... ......,.,...,,. P 'resident FRANK T. ROPIECKI ,,..... ........,............... ....A.. ......... I 7 A ice-Prfsidmnt IOI-IN A, BRADY ................... ....................,..,........... 5 'ecrelary MARION I. RYAN ..................Q,. ......... C 'm'rcspoHdIi'n.g Sccrcmry JOSEPH L. FITZGERALD ......... ............................... T reasurw- FRANCIS IXERGAN ................. ...,v.. Y 'oastuzastez' MEYER A. GENEROFF ..,,...... .........,... O rator JOHN T. XIVI-IITE, JR ........................... ....... 1 Warslml C. EDVVARD BROVVN ........................... ......... C, wflUf7If1l'll MICHAEL J. BARTHOLOMEVV ...........................,..... ............. P out C. EDWARD BROWN ELMER CLAPP REGINAI.D I-I. DJXVIES EDWARD G. DILLON ABRAHAM P. FEEN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NIILTON A. C H ASE, Chairmcm JOSEPH F. A. GALMGIIER CHARLES GOLDSTEIN JOHN ORMOND GRADY SMITII JOHNSON EARL W1 LAWRENCE IIIUIHIH Eighty-four I I mul 1 i Enuinr Ullman ijintnrg Nineteen twenty-one is past and twenty-three approaches. VV e are more than half way to the summit, whence we shall be able to look down into the valley of life and see in the distance those other hills which we must also climb. As we rest on the hillside a moment, we can see that we have ,come through with our colors flying. .Those few who have met defeat on the march have met it like men. VV' e have missed them, but they have been re- placed by others who have taken up the march and are ready to press on with us. Last year we assisted in the establishment of a new precedent, the jun- ior Prom. This year, under the leadership of VVilliam Keller, we carried the torch onward. Our Prom, held on the night of February 23rd in the Ten liyck ballroom, was the foremost event of our social program for 1922, and we believe it was even better than that of last year. 4 At every contest on the basketball court, '23 has always had more than a delegation to cheer Law on to victory. W'e take pride in our veterans of the court, D'Aprile, Burns and Zielinski, all three of them invaluable to the varsity squad. A call to 1923 for any duty or obligation has never gone unanswered. Our interest has burned high for all that concerns Albany Law, and the desire to toil for the betterment of Alma Mater is sacred to each of us. VVe feel that we have carried on, but it is for others to judge whether our belief is correct. VVe cannot rest here longer on our upward climb. We have reflected long enough, for there is much to be done before we breast the hill. " Eighty-five I ' -'L N ..., . , ':x.m..,,,.... fc. ' CLASS OF 1923 lll'll I 'llllIllllIIIIIIllIllIllIllllllIllIllIllllllIlIlIlIllllIIlIIHIlI.i" CLA Gladys .IQ Aekurl, ..,.. . Miriam J. Albee ..,,..,..,....., . Emilio Aldrey, PHI' ,,,,....,....,.. . james J. fXI'1llSU'CJl'l.Q,', LDEK ....... Almrznn Averlnach. WEA .,...... . Mielinel bl. Bartholomew Ulznnes XV. lilennison, 1'1'I1' ...... lirzincis Bergrzui ...........,..,,. Nvllllillll ll. Boyle, FI-II ',... . .lolm A. Brady ................ M. -lr Margaret 'lflrzihe .,.,. . C. lidward llrown, AX ....,,.. Floyd S. .Brownell .........l. . l:I'2lllClS gl. Burns, FII-'ll' ..... IlllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll III SS OF 1923 l, roy mmM . ii '+'1 ' ,1,, .......AllJz1ny, .......All3z111y, ......Sz1n Lliuan. ......,.....JAllfl?1l'ly New York New York Porto Rico . New York , ...... Schenectady, New York s N ew York ........F1'Z1IllffOl'f, New York .............AllJany, New York .....,..lznnestown, New York ........Pittslielcl, Masszieliusetts ................Utica, New York .......Sliortsville, New York edusn. New York . ....,. Rensselaer, New York Milton A. Lflmsc ................v.............. ...,,.... 1 lochester, New York Ruth K. Child, A. B. Ufassarj ...... ......,... A lbany, New York flflmer Clupp ...........................,..... ...... B looniiield, New jersey ,laeolvo Cordova, Dl r ............ ........ S anturce, Porto Rico Samuel bl. Dunno ............ . ...,..... ......... I Qocliester. New York hloscpli bl. D'Aprile, KIHEK ......... ...,,..,. G eneseo, New York Reginald H. Davies .........i.... ............. , ...Beacon New York Matthew li. Devitt, F1-Il' ...... M OI'ltg'OI'l'lC1'y, New York Edward G. Dillon, CIDEK .i.... .,,.... X Afatervliet, New York james L. Doyle ............,... ...,.... . .Amsterdn1n, New York George Dwore ......... ..,.... S chenectady, New York llzmrriet Ruth Edie ...... ...........,, L ltica, New York Clizlrles Eignor .....,...... ....... A lbzlny, New York Abruliain P. Feen, KN ..............., ....,... B urlington, Vermont joseph L. Fitzgerald .........,............ ........... T roy, New York Deliorest Fox, A. B. fflornellj ...... ........ E linira, New York Frederick T. Freenmn ...........,..,.... ....... A lbany, New York joseph F. A. Gilllilfllliil' .............. ....... A lbany, New York Meyer A. Clenerolilf. KN ........ ............. A lbany, New York Kenneth XV. Glines ........... ..,......,................ .. ..........,. Granville, New York Cl12ll'lCS Goldstein, CIJEA ...........,............,...........,......... I-Ioosick Falls, New York Bai-tle Gorman, A. Tl. Cllluniiltonj, FII-IF, KDBK ...................... Utica, New York john O. Grady .........................,...,..................................., VVaterford, New York Alexander Gi-asso, AfIvA ....... ...... ....... S C henectady, New York llllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l ll lllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIIllIlIlIIllIIIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Ei gh ty -seven I ui Edward G1'OgaI'1, Jr., FI-II' .......... ..,.,,,,.,..,, A lbauy, New York Edward V. Guinnane, F1-IF ........, .,...,.. J amestown, New York Clarence Gunderman ............... ...,,..,.,.,,,, , Rath, New York Gordon B. Harris, AX ....... ......... l Rochester, New York YVllll2uT1 Heillecke, 11' ......... .,..,,,..., f Xlbany, New York Sidney T. Hewes, THF ........ ........ lv layville, New York VVillian1 H. Hiney .............. ,....., A lbany, New York RObe1't F. Iillllkelman ..A,.... ,...,,, A lbany, New York lXda1'ti11 Howard ..,........ ...,.., A llmny, New York Russell G. Hunt, THF ....,... .....,..... A lbany, New York Smith Johnson, PHI' ............. ................ C amden, New York Stanley B. Johnson, AX ........ .... h licldletown, New York Williani L. Keller, AX ....., .,....,,,,,,.. f Xlbany New York Alfred D. Kelly .........,. ...... X Vatervliet, New York Arthur L. Kraut ................................................ ......... S chcnectacly, New York Earle YV. Lawrence ............................. . ................. .............,.... ' l'roy, New York Clarence B. Leonard CSt. Ioseph's Collegej ................ X1Vatervliet, New York Melvern Lovell ...................................................... ........... l Elmira New York John Mahar, CIPEK ......................................... ....... A lbany, New York Stanley M. Miller, AX .......... .......... U tica, New York Joseph P. Molinari, AGPA ......... .......... O neonta, New York John M. 0'Rourke, 'DEX ...... ................. h flalone, New York VVillia1n T. Potter ............... ......... S chenectady, New York Richard YV. Preston .............. . ...... Wlrtervliet, New York Thomas B. J. Quinn, ATA ........ .............. U tica, New York Michael L. Rogers .................. .......... I ,e Roy, New York Frank T, Ropieeki, QHEK .......... .............. U tica, New York Joseph A. Ryan .................. ................ ' froy, New York Marion I. Ryan ............... ......... S chenectady, New York N. Bernard Silberg ......... .............. A lbany, New York Joseph Sikoda ................. ......... S chenectady New York Emmens E. Stebner ........... ................ I -Iuclson New York Francis J, Stewart, AX ....... ......... O gdensburg N ew York LUIS H. Tirado ....................... .....San Juan, Porto Rico Milo I. Tornanovich, ACDA ........ ......... R ochester New York Cecil B. Tooker, PHI' ........... ....... R iverhead, New York John Guy Torbert, K2 .......... .............. I thaca, New York Jerome P, Tyne, QEK ....,,.., ................ B inghamton, New York james R, Wai-ing .,............................................................ Rochester, New York john T, Wliite, jr. .............................................. Saratoga Springs, New York Ansley Wilcox, 2nd, A. B. CCornellj AAKID, fIrAfI1 .......... Castleton, New York Russell Wright ,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,.,.,..,,...,,,.....,............................ Watertown New YO1'k Leland R, Yost ,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,..., ....... .................. B it ill, New York William S. Zielinski, AX ........ ......................... .......... R 0 chester New York mm.pqlm Eighty-eight F M QR XXX N A 1 J W I i , n 1, llIIlllIIIIHIIIllllllllllIlllllIllllllllIllllllIlIllllllllIllllllllllllllilv mumummmm'mumlIIulllIIIIgIlI1lgummummmmn r ' I 11: I. L CI-12155 nf 1924 OFFICERS JAMES A. JOBLIN .....,....., ..Y.V.......,........... ...........,.... P 1 'vsidvlzl THOMAS FOGARTY ..... ..,..,. I I'ice-I'1'nsidc1zL- RUTH R. REEDY ......,.... .....v......,,..,......,.,,. 5 'C?CI'C'fUl'3? ALBERT K. BRATM ......... .....,..........,........A....... T I'CC1S1l'l't'V PETER J. CARROLL ..,.... ....... C 01'ra.vp011Icimg Svcretary IRVINC- NN. FRANCIS .,...... ......................,,. I 'ouslmaster JOSEPH P. FRUSHONE ....,. ...................,..,.,...,... O ra-lor PATRICK KENIRY ........... ........., I Iisioriczu JEANETTE FELSON .,... ........,...... P oft FULMER LONG .....,,... ........ Il Jarshal JOHN VV, SISSON ................,.............,.............,...........,,...... ,....... C 'lzajwlnin EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE EDXYIN L. GREENE., Clzairzwzcrn JULIAN B. ERWAY FULMER LONG DONALD S. FOWLER RALPH A. P1z'1'E1as CHARLES GROSBERG ' CLARENCE B. PLANTZ Ninety lv 1 l l lllllllIllIllllIIllllllllIllIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllil' x .llIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll ' II , Ellrenlyntan Qlluwa iiizinrg - Wlhen the Class of 1924, 115 strong, entered the Albany Law School last September it immediately became known as perhaps the most unusual class in the long history of the school. VVe laughed at the Dean and took "Fitzie" seriously, the Hrst class ever known to have exhibited such a strange symptom. late disdained the companionship of the upperclassinen from the start and found contentment in our own self-sufficiency. In the class roll, all types were found. The haughty degree man was present in an unusually large proportion, and he condescended to settle all questions of importance to a college man: the most exclusive and aristo- cratic of cigarettes, the most potent of liqueurs, the most correct of modern dances. Then there were the serious minded ones, away from academic life for many years, returning to learn their Blackstone and their Kent. But a majority entered the fold fresh from high school and innnediateiy learned to forget high school tricks. Six of our number are of the fairer sex. - flirudition was immediately, poured into our heads. lVe read if the Schenectady Stove Company, .Dartmouth College, the Boston Ice Company and the Standard Oil Company, then promptly forgot the facts of these cases, to the loss of our self-sufhciency. Our class election carly taught us the value of organization and gave many young souls their first chance to observe how politics is played. There were slates, caucuses and log-rolling such as would delight a hardened ward heeler of the Albany County Republican Organization. Wfith the opening of the basketball season, we gave our quota to the school team in Reynolds, Klein, Dobris and Foy. And in addition, we organized a freshman team which ably represented the class and the school, the first freshman team in the history of Albany Law. The impregnable defense of Aulisi and Reoux on this team either forced the opposing for- wards to halt in their tracks or sent them to the hospital wondering what happened. The class tried hard to organize a debating team, but the spirit of 1921 was one of jazz, and the proposition was dropped for lack of linancial sup- port. A start was made, however, and it is to be hoped that the situation will be more 'favorable to forensic art next season. One-third of our journey to an LL. B. degree is now past, and one of the happiest years of our life has fled to the Iireside to be resurrected in the dim future when we relate to our grandchildren how we gave the profs and upperclassmen pointers on school administration. Wie look anxiously forward to next fall, to renewed friendships, and the Civil Practice Act. And may Clio, gentle muse of history, chant as glorious a tale in the spring of 1923 as she could to-day if guided by a more able hand. wi ll Ninety-one Ur., , . G! K -6- I. .5 ' CLASS O F 1924 Jin QHPHIUIIEIII1 lihiuiu 31- illliamuu 1 SIUE- 1 BEE . l I r lllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllllllf' QZZ'IIIIIIIlIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l . CLASS OF 1924 Felix QI. Aulisi .............. .......................................... A msterdam, New York Robert S. Badger .......,... ........ B l1'lgl'1E11I'ltO11, New York Donald lil. lflalch, AX ........A....................,......... ............... S cotia, New York Malcom lilibby ,....................................................... ............, J Xlbsmy, New York Arthur lrl. lllackburn, H. S. Cllnionj, Kd, ...................... Danl1ury, Connecticut Gerald WH lilouck, AX ...............................,. L ......................,...l A llmny, New York Albert Karl Brzxim ........ ,....... G reenlield Center, New York Peter I. Carroll .....,..,...... .............. S ehenectady, New York R. M. CZlSfll2ll1, NDA .......... ...................... C lyde, New York Francis VV. A. Cl1l'j'Sl2ll ........ ......... N ewburg, New York Russell B, Cline. WY .......... ........ l Qoehester, New York Mary D, Connell ........................................ ....... 1 .2Cl1SSCl2lCl', New York Vlfalter N. Connell ......................... L .............. ....... N Vatervliet, New York Daniel E. Conway, A. 13. QY:1lej, AAQTP ......... .............. ' llroy, New York I-larry H. Coonrocl ........................................ ........ L ewis, New York Burton T. Corning' ................................... ......... A nburn, New York David XV. DeLee, -lr ...... .............. T roy, New York Peter Denmry ................... ....... X Vatkins, New York Joseph E. Deutschbein ......,. .......... A lbany, New York Franklyn A. Dobbs ........... ....... A lbany, New York Nizlefy-llwee llllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - ,II.INIImllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllll l" i l I ' . Meyer Dobris. KN ...,..... Thomas S. Donahue ...,.... William F. Donohue ....... . Harold Y. A. Drumm ..,.... Riehzvd Eagle ....,A,4,,,,,,,, , Kenneth S. lillsworth .,......, Sixmuel lf:1lglCl3ZL1'Clt, HIPEA ....... .julian B. Erway, GEEK ...,.... Sadie R. Feinson ....,...,,. joseph Feldman .......,.. ,....,,,, Jeanette Felson ,.,.A,.,,,,,,,,,.,, Charles C. Flaeseh, jr., PHI' ....,. Thomas Fogarty. PHP ........,., 'Donald S. Fowler, PHP ...... George VY. Foy, PHP ...... Irving' XY Francis ............. Morris Freedman. CD35 ...... Joseph P. Frnshone .......... Roy A. Fuller ............ Simon A. Gerlek ..... Clarence F. Giles ................... l'z1ul D. Gormley ..........,.,.......... . LALIQILISUVC lf. Graubart, KN ..,.... Edwin L. Greene. AX ............ ....,.AllJ2I1Ij' ......Qohoes fi lloy ........Niverville .,....Seheneet:1dy ...,....filCllS Falls ,...,..Seheneetady, . ......... McGraw ......Danbnry, .............Albzmy, ......Seheneetacly ...,.,....Unzldillf1 .. .,,.. l,llIIg'l1ZlI1ll101'I amestown ......SZll'Z11I2lC Lake ............Syrz1cuSe .....................LltlCZl. .,.........Silver Creek Szleketts Harbor .............Glens Falls ........'llYZIICl'lOWlI ......SClIClICClI2lCl-Y ......Seheneetady .........Kingston Charles Grosherg, KN ............... .,........li.,........ ' l'roy Tllomgrs R. lflzulziway. PHP ....... ........ R llontgomery Peter I-I. Harp, PI-IP .........,..... ...,................. .,.., N e w Paltz Burdette J- Iflasper .,..................l..,.................... .......... l lelfast LeRoy F. Heidenreieh, B. S. QXYesleyanj ...... ......... I Mblny Aaron Hendler . ................................................ ........ I -ludson Aloysius il. Hogan. A. B. Cl-loly Lrossj ....... .................. 1 Xlbany Edward blerdon, CIDEK ..,...,. James A. Joblin, AX .,....,.. , New York , New York , New York , New York , New York , New York New York , New York Connecticut New York New York New York New York New York New York New York , New York , New York New York . New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York , New York New York joseph F. laeovmo, AKDA .......,....................... .................... I Xuburn North Adams. Mzissaehnsetts Schenectady. New York Arthur O. jones .......... ...... G ranville. New York Nizzvly-fam' ll l . ' .llllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Y 'Ill -uv, .. !!I' llIllllIllIIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' l2r.lwzu'rl S. Kumpl' .................................,....... ....... f Xlbany, New York joseph l:'. Keenan, A. B. ll-loly Crossj ......,. ,............ f Xlbany, New York Walter H. .liecnholtz ...................r...........,,.. ....,.. R ensselaer, New York Vernon -l. Kcldcr ........ .....v........ N apanoeli, New York l-'ntriclc Keniry ..................,... ............ ...... ....,... R f l eelmnieville, New York lrlurry E. Kesscler ......A.v.,,.......,......................,...,................. Cortland, New York Mellonulcl King, A. B. Qllnionj, ZBT, KDBK .....,..,.., Schenectady, New York Leon Klein, KIJEA ...........................,..................... .....,.......... f Xlbany, New York Leo Krziusc. ll. C. S. CN. Y. Univ.j ...,... ....... S eheneetady, New York iKZlll1I'j'l1 M. LLLSCI1 ..............,.......,............ ......,.,..,,4 L Xlbuny, New York Fulnier long ........................ ...r................... C orning, New York john l-l. Mael1reg'or. KAI? ...... ....... S arz1toQ'a Springs, New York Maurice McCann ............. .............' P enn Yan, New York Lawrence J. McGovern ...,.,. ........,.... S eheneetacly. New York Frank G. McLean ......,..,. ,......, C lienango Forks. New York Thonms li. Nzilier .......,............... ................,..,.. f Xlbany, New York ."Xl'll1illNl Mzmcuso. AGPA ................... ....,.. S elleneetacly, New York Clement G. Martin Cklzuniltonj ....... .,.... ' Ballston Spa, New York Curtis N. Merring .......................... ............ .... B e rgen, New York XVilliznn Nlulllur, PHI' .,..,... ....... S aranac Lake. New York 'lizirl W. Nieklzls, NIIY ..... ...,.,. S clielieetudy, New York George rl. Nier ........... ........ R oeliester. New York joseph A. Niles ..... .............. ' froy, New York Alan L.VOastle1 '.... ......,...... ....... G e neva, New York 'William D. Cflirien .............. .....,.... r Arllizlny, New York F. Clancle O'Connell, 4112K ..... ....... I 3lattslJurg, New York Jznnes U'Connell ,.......................... .....,.... P lattsburg, New York Leo X-V. l'errella ........,.................,..... ......,............. B llanchester, New York .llzllpli A. Peters, ll. S. QUnionj ..,............................. Selieneelady, New York Clarence ll. l'lzmtz, B- S. fSt. Lawreneej, ATQ ........ Arnsterclam, New York Warren T. Rzxteliff ..............................,......, .................. i ...,..... A lbany, New York Ruth R. Needy ........................................,...... .l .............. Albany, New York 1-larry A. Reonx, B. S. CUnionJ, AKD ........... ...... X 'Varren5lJurgh, New York Qlolm lX'l. Reynolds, lil. S. CUnionj. QDAQD ....... ................. F ulton, New York joseph Riekzlrcls .........,.................,............,.. .. ........., Albany. New York Nillety-fizie Ernest B. Rieck ......,.....,,..., David Robinson, 111215. ........ Wfallace N. Robinson, jr .... Ruth Rosenholtz ................ llllIIlIllIIIIllIIllIIIIllIIIIIIIllIIIIllIIIllIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllll ll 1 , mununuumuuuuunnmmm:mnummuumnnnnnmzv' 1 ' l ............Albany, New York .,.PittsHelcl, Massachusetts ........Kansas City, Missouri roy, New York Solomon Rubenstein, TEA ...... ............... 1 lklbzmy, New York Benjamin I. Segel, KN .......... ...... S chenectady, New York Alec Silverman, KN ........,.,.,..... .,,,..,, G lens Falls, New York Clarence G. Simmons, CDEK ................ Troy, New York Morris Simon ........,......,........,i ............, 'l 'roy, New York john WV. Sisson, AX ........ ............,..... f Xlton, New York Edward A. Smith ...,,..,. ...... S chenectady, New York Ralph P. Smith ................ ....,.. I -Iuclson Falls, New York Claron G. Soule, AX ........... .................. lX flanchester, Vermont Fred A. Staedeli, CIJEK ............ .,.... S aratoga Springs, New York Abraham Steinberg, CIHEA .,....... ............. S chenectady, New York George E. Thompson .......... ......... C ohoes, New York Isaac Tobachnek ........,....... ......... .P Xlbany, New York Homer Townsend, AX... ....... Greenfield, New York Frank A, Vidulich, PHI' ......... .....,. I irankfort, New York Arthur I-I. Vinett, fDE.K ..,...... ............. ' froy, New York joseph E. Wfalsli, AX ....... ................... ' froy, New York Carl XfVei55 .,i,,,,,,....,,,,,.,......, ...... S cheneetady, New York Louis O1-ren Welt, PHI' ........ ....... O gdensburg, New York Leland Wfinn ,.,,...,,,....,,.. .............. G llelil, New YO1'li Theodore F. Wilson, ZKI' ...v.... ....... S chenectady, New York zVi11ciy-six E r A r.1..B. I l lllllllllllllllllll lllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf IIIIIllIllIlIllIIIIIIIIIIlIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll l 1 1 ATHLETIC COUNCI L ChZ1i1'11za11 Lewis R. Parker, '94 S0crcfa1'y ylI'f'lI.YIH'C'l' L. Edward Leary, '22 Andrew V. Clements, '19 M embers, 19:32 E Martin bl. Barry Charles .-X. Brincl. -lr. T1'll111al1 D.'CH11lCIfOl1 lllembers, 1923 ' Willia111 Heinecke, jr. Stanley ll. .lohnson ., ill c'1nbe1's, 1924 Peter I. Carroll Clarence B. Plantz Nmvly-eiglzt TT' P55 "QE: ff! .1 ,M , 1 v f WK? We w4Qa 4 2955 W 1EEESIF!,IF,I-H W If . 1"- . KH 'xqhlf 1,5 gr a I awww? MLRH :ntl ,X 'ff . I, 'i:5':5-" fiw2miyiZQMMm Wmwf' Sw W A"'-fzu --w Q I ui few' --'-5.5, Q 1:2 . L' w5ZV 2 'wi , 1 li , if w ' V LEW Ni' 'HW VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 1921422 I 1 llllllIllIIIIlIIlllllIllIIIIIllIllllIIIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllw' 1 'zgmnmuummllmmmmmU lmmmmImmmm U Im . . r lllzxrsitg TBn5lw1haIl OFFICERS, 1921-22 JOHN A. B131-IAN, '22 ..................,,,,..,,..,,.,,,,,,,.,,,. .,,..,, C gpfgin CHARLES A BRIND, Jn., '22 .,.,.,,., .,,,,,4,. M anaggr MARTIN J. BARRY, '22 I . ISADORE Yovlrs """'C""' 'ea TEAM -I. J. D'Aprile, '23 .......... .... L ......... ............. L e ft Forward T. A. Powers, '22 .......... .......... R ight Forward 4D. S. Taylor, '22 ....... .,.................... C enter ji. A. Bclian, '22 .....,.. ........ .L eft Guard F. J. Burns, '23 ,...................................... . ......... ........ R ight Guard SUBSTITUTES ' L. Klein, '24 .................A............................................ Left Forward G. NV. Foy, '24 ........................................................ Right Forward J. M. Reynolds, '24 .......... .............. . Center W. S. Zielinski, '23 ....... .......,............. .......... L e ft Guard M. Dobris, '24 ............ ............................ ........ R i ght Guard RECORD Dale Score Opponent Score At Dec. 2. Albany Law ...... .SL Mie11ael'5 ............ 17 Albany 9 Albany Law ...... Vermont ----..... ....... 2 3 Burlington 10. Albany Law ...... St. Mic11ael's ............ 40 Burlington 17. Albany Law Union ............. ....... 2 8 Schenectady 21. Albany Law ...... Manhattan ..... ....... 1 0 Albany Jan. 6. Albany Law ...... Niagara .................... 35 Albany 12. Albany Law ...... Brooklyn Law .......... 22 Albany 14. Albany Law R. P. 1. ...................... 21 Troy 20. Albany Law ...... Fordham .................. 32 Albany Feb. 3. Albany Law ...... Boston University .... 20 Albany 10 Albany Law Detroit ...................... 14 Albany 16 Albany Law ...... Crescent A. C. ........ 17 Albany 21. Albany Law ...... St. John's .................. 19 Albany Mar. 3. Albany Law ...... St. jolnfs ..... .. ....... 26 Brooklyn 4 Albany Law ...... Manhattan ................ 28 New York 352 One Hundred One llllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIIllIIIIllII1IIllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllIllIUIIIlllllIIllIllIll!llIHllIllllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT' I ll 1 INDIVIDUAL SCORING D'Ap1'ile ..,. Klein ...,.. Powers ...... Taylor ...,,.., Games F. 113. F. P. 'T. P 14 26 62 114 14 17 30 64 15 29 2 60 15 19 0 38 6 15 0 30 15 14 O 28 11 5 5 1 3 O O 3 O O 1 O O 125 99 349 XVEARERS OF T1-IE "A" Reynolds ........ Burns ...,...... Bellan ...... Zielinski .... Foy .... . Dobris . M. Barry, '22 .......,.. I. A. Behan, '22 .......... C. A. Brind, '22 ................ G. XV. O,CKD11l101', '22 1....... fl. A. P'owe1's, '22 .....,. .. D. S. Taylor, 122 .... IT F. -I. Burns, '23 ..... I. J. D'Aprile, '23.. . B. Valentine, '22 ...... A1 1921 uardcd 1922 1921 1922 1922 1921 1921, 1922 1921, 1922 1921 1922 1921, 1922 L. Klein, '24 ............... ................. ............ . . . 1922 A. L. S. Awanlccl XV. K. Sliyne, '22 ....... ............ 1 921 S. T. Hawes, '23 ......... ............... 1 921 Wf S. Ziclinski, '23 ....... ........ 1 921, 1922 11. Dobris, '24 ............. ............... 1 922 G. WT. Foy, '24 .......,...... .........., 1 922 J. M. Reynolds, '24 ...... ........ 1 922 F. Aulisi, '21 ........,...... ........ 1 922 Ona IIu11d1"rrI Two ,- - - ... ,Y 1-gp,-, F, . s Isa .P- V I llll llIllllIllIIIlllllllllIllIIIIIlllllllllllIllIllllllIlllllllllIlllllIlllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l l II r illehirhx nf the Basketball Swann-IHEI-EE VVell, we did it again. Playing a schedule which contained fifteen games with the strongest collegiate teams of the east, Albany Law came through victorious, with a majority of games won. Yes, when we think the situation over, we are satisfied. In two years of basketball, coming like a meteor out of nothingness, Albany Law has qualified as a contending power in the collegiate world. Our near rivals, Union and R. P. I., were treated to an unexpected sur- prise on their own courts, when the former, with many generations of experi- ence in basketball behind it and a reputation of the best, was compelled to exert itself to the utmost to register a victoryg and the latter staved off defeat by 'scoring three points in the last few minutes' of play. And then there was the University of Detroit, trailing a reputation all the way from Michigan, and also Boston University, Hushed with victories in the home state, both of which met their conquerors in Albany Law. The Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, a picked team of stars with an awesome string of victories in the past three years, were able to get only 17 points in their 40 minutes of play. Not to mention the two victories over St. Iohn's Col- lege of New York City in the final games of the season. That team had taken the scalp of Niagara University, notwithstanding the fact that Niagara swept through the state victorious and had even taken the Crescents into -camp. A But such success did not just happen along. Having Powers, Behan, Taylor, and D'Aprile as a nucleus from last year, Coach " Marty " Barry started in early to prepare for the arduous struggle. And until such time as " Marty " found that his playing engagements and other work made it impossible to devote sufficient time to the team, the work of hard drilling went forward, and a team was welded together through his untiring efforts. And when the time arrived when " Marty " could no longer be in two places at once, Coach " Doe " Yovits, a man who coaches only winning teams, took over the reins, a11d brought the season to a successful close. And it is to no one player that the season's final success can be ascribed. The team played basketball as a unit. Outweighed in practically every game, the live were a lightning fast aggregation, ,both in an offensive and a defensive game. One fluzzdrud Four , 1 - ul llll I1 . lilllIllllllllllllllllilIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllv :emuummmmmnnmunnunuuumummmnuummuu ll it ,. I Powers, last year's Captain, was probably the most dependable man in the line-up. Always playing, a clean-cnt, consistent game, a formidable for- ward, an invulnerable, guard, he outstripped all his team mates in the number of Held baskets scored. i D'Aprile was again this year the leading point getter, securing 114 of the 349 points. Playing all over the Hoor, tossing in baskets from any place within its boundaries, helping himself to foul points when occasion arose, he time and again piled up the necessary margin by which games are won. His uncanny eye for the basket at the opportune moment accounted for more than one victory. Captain Behan started the season with luck breaking the wrong way. After having demonstrated his ability of last season in the opening game, jack sustained an injury to his foot which prevented his making the first trip to Vermont, and kept him from appearing again until the season was half OVC1'. Notwithstanding, Captain Behan upon his return proved himself an invaluable defensive player, and became one of the strongest links in the chain. Taylor played the center position in all of the fifteen games. As last year, his opponents found difficulty in touching the ball on the jump and more difficulty in breaking away from him in the play. Burns, the only man who did not shift his position throughout the season, played a fast guarding game, and many times cut through and scored a basket with a suddenness which left his opponent gaping. Klein, captain of Albany I-lQigh's championship team last year, showed collegiate class from the beginning, and proved a dependable scorer. Reynolds, playing only the first half of the season, showed great promise for his last two years at Law. Zielinski, Foy, Aulisi, and Dobris were the remaining members who went through the season on the Varsity squad, and who had an opportunity in one or more games, This year marks the last appearance of Powers, Behan, and Taylor in the Albany Law uniform, all three being members of the graduating class. They leave with the distinction of being pioneers in basketball at the School, the first wearers of the Varsity letter, and a splendid record on the court. Little more need be said. The prospects of the future of basketball look very bright. Witli Reynolds, Zielinski, Foy, Dobris, and a full fresh- man team to build on, material is at hand for another team which should raise the banner higher than in the two years of beginning. One Hundred Five FRESHMAN BASKETHALI., TEAM. l'I21-22 l7 - -I - IllIIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIllllllIIIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllIllllllllllIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I l Il illrgslpuzznl lllaakrihnll OFFICERS GEORGE W-'. FOY, '24 .............,............,...... HARRY A. REOUX, '24 ....... . MAfRTlN Al. HANIQY, '22 ISA.DO,lll,E YOVITS TEAR! Ci. XV. Foy ....,.. ..................,..... ...... L. IZ. Plzmlz ..,......, I.. NV. Pewcllzl .,........ F. ,-Xulisi ,.,,........ M. Dolmris ....... ...,,....................,........ SUBSTITUTES I lf.. ll. C,lZlS1llZl1l ,..... .............................. . .. J. M. R6j'1'lUlKl5 ll. A. Reflux ....... . li. GC1l'l1l1U1 ....... ..........,............ RECORD Rensselaer liligh School at Rensselaer ...A,. . Cz1tl1ecl1':1l A.cz1cle111y at .lxllkllly ..........,..,.... Iolmstmvn High School :mt jolmstowu .,,,,.. St. joseplfs :lt Alluzmy .....,.....................,.... Ln Salle .lnsl'1t11l'e at .lroy ......,.......,............,. Allnzmy College of Plmrmzlcy at :Xlbzmy ,.,.,,,, , Albany High School at Allnzmy ..................... Cl11'istiz111 l51'r1tl1c1':s' .'XC2lClCIUy at :Xllmlly ....... St. jfmseplfs at Albany ,..,............,....,.,.....,.., .. St. l?etc1"s :Lt Allnzmy .........................A..A..,,... - , Allnzmy College of Pl1zu'n1z1cy at AllJzu1y..,f..... Union 1925 at Scl1cfncctzLcly .......................... , Glovcrsville High Sclwol at Glcsversville ....... .....,...CafJta'in .......D4'll7'LflgL'7" .........C0ac11es 14 ...Loft F01'ic'av'd Right F01V'iufa2'd ,..................CC71'f67' Guard ......,.Rigl1f Guard ........F0rward ........F01'wa'rd .........GI!I1I'Cf ..........G'llU7'd 192.6 Opponevzfs , 36 42 . 16 12 , 24 36 . 25 27 . 25 27 . 23 19 . 20 42 . 17 12 . 19 20 . 25 12 . 16 21 8 23 . 26 37 lHq.lImp One Hundred Seven It 5 I I IllllHlllllllllllllllllllIIllIllllllllIIIIIlllllilllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIET' lmlmllumlmmlmmmmmlmlmmlmulllmmumlllll r ' ri ill Iffreafyman Tllaskriliall ilwhfvin Under ordinary circumstances a record of but four games won out of a total of thirteen played could not be considered a successful season. Yet one may say the Freshman basketball team was fairly successful. Freshman basketball was unknown at Albany Law until this year, and it was inaugurated last fall by the Athletic Council as something of an experi- ment. Its purpose was to play some of the leading preparatory schools in the Capital District as a means of introducing Albany Law to those schools, and also to furnish material for the Varsity. In both of these respects the Freshman team was distinctly successful. Thirteen games were played with leading schools nearby, most ot them being played on our opponents' courts. This was a considerable disad- vantage to the Freshmen in most cases, not because of the reception accorded them by the preparatory schools, which was always of the best, but because of the small size of the courts. In spite of this, however, it is to be noted that several of the games on foreign courts were lost by very narrow mar- gins, notably the first St. Joseph's game and the game with La Salle. The Freshmen were also further hampered by the continued change in their line-up, due to the transferring of men to the Varsity. VV hen one considers the men developed by the Freshman team for the Varsity, there is no doubt concerning the season's success. Klein, after playing two games with the Freshmen, was taken on the Varsity and finished the season with them, receiving his Varsity letter. After the fourth game, Reynolds, who had just been elected captain of the Freshman' team, was also taken on the Varsity, and was awarded his A. L. S. Toward the close of the season Foy, who had been elected captain to succeed Reynolds, and Dobris, were taken on the Varsity, each receiving his A. L. S. Foy made the New York trip with the Varsity, and played center during a part of the Manhattan game. All these men, as well as the remainder of the' Fresh- man squad, will be eligible for next year's Varsity, and should aid materially in producing a championship team. CLASS N UMERALS F. Aulisi L. WV. Perrella R. B. Castilan C. B. Plantz M. Dobris H. A. Reoux G. XV. Foy M. Reynolds One Hundred Eight 1, K -. ix f f X X X C a X, K f f X . . I- Gyn N X XX an 'Q wx X ' Q. N fs D If Q-y ! inf!! Y I 'F-L36 .ww-, vfw,-'-fw-,--.,. W 'W f""" ' N" "' VJ.--:T:' +V." . Bring-QQ-, -ag: 1 1-P X fp. -1.-. A ., rf,-'EH age, 3" . g-civ, ' . V- -z' lg 1 A "' '-451. " 4 bf- .V-TAL.-V, -,., n ' A-'L1i.g.,V x X, -.4 A ., . H. -.151 1. - V ,. -1.-.W L ' , Wu," , N, ,W ,. 'wg , flat.-,J . A , "1 . 'V -wi -I BARRY. '22 R 1 K Y I lllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! 1lllllllIlIlllIlIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll l Eennin Elnnrnument, 1921 The success ot the basketball season of 1920-1921 prompted the inaugu- ration of another branch of athletics at Albany Law. A tennis tournament open to the entire school was organized early in May and drew forth 'forty- six entries. Interest was stimulated by the generosity of Dean Piero, who oll'ered a very handsome silver cup to be awarded to the winner of the School LlllZllll1JlOllSl1llJ. To Dean liiero, more than to anyone else, is due the suc- cess of the tournament. 'lfhe weather was auspicious throughout, and the XYashington l.-'ark courts, where the matches were played, were in unusually good condition. The outstanding competitors at the start were XN7emple, '21g Coss, '21g Stocking. '2l.g Barry, '22g Slater, '22: Smith, '22g D'JXprile, '23g and To- manovich. '23, Smith eliminated Stocking, and was in turn defeated by XVcmple in one of the hardest-fought matches of the tournament. Barry and Slater came through several hotly contested battles unseathed, Barry's victory over lVemple in the semi-Hnals being particularly noteworthy. Barry met Slater in the linals and won a well-earned victory over a worthy opponent. Slater played a cautious, heady game during the first set, and apparently had Barry at his mercy, winning the set by the score of 6-2. In the second set Barry showed a complete reversal of form, and by a re- markable exhibition of back-court work combined with a smashing net game he won decisively, 6-3. Slater appeared to weaken in the third set, and Barry won by the score of 6-O. The match was marked by brilliant tennis on both sides. . 'His well-deserved triumph in the tennis tournament is but another indication of " Marty " Barry's all-around athletic ability. Displaying little more than ordinary skill in his earlier matches, he showed a steady improve- ment as the tournament progressed, until at the end he was playing a whirl- wind game that was invincible. " 'lilie tournament was held under the direction of a committee composed of 'l'. D. Cameron, '22, Chairmang S. L. Osborne, '21g A. C. Davidson, '22g U. M. Slater, '22g and D'Aprile, '25, One Hundred Eleven . IHlllllllllllllllIIN!IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllNllIllL." Nl ' Q12Milli!IllIllIllIllIIIIml!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll um V nl JUNIOR PROM COMM1Tfl'lEI2 JIXMES ARMSTRONG, '23, C,I1ILfi"lI'llI2L LELAND B. BRYAN, '22 FRANCLS J. S'l'1iWf'XRT, ,ZS JOSEPH F. A. GJXLLAGHER, '23 JOHN M. REYNOLDS. '24 SENIOR DANCE COMMITTEE W AIltIvl1'l'l1l Dance, 1021 CUARLES M. PIUGHES, Clzaiwnau I LELAND B. BRYAN Ro1z12RT LAFFIN MORRIS P. COHEN DONALD S, TAYLOR ARTIIUR B. TOWN Q I IllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIllllllIIIllllllllllllllilllllllllIllllllllillllll llmlllllllllllllllllIIllllIIIllIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllli ' Ln One Hundred flfwelw, . '- iii' H ' ' I I 1 Mllllllllllllllllll IllllIllllIIllIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllii f' lllllllllllllllll ll I ll I I lllllllll I I llllllllllllll ll Hun I :Ill Euatinian Binnnrarg 71121111 IHratvrnitg H 01z0,m1'y .Member DEAN J. NEVVTON EIERO M embers, 1922 - TRUMAN D. CAMERON ' MERTON D. MEEKER ANTHONY J. CONTIGUGLIA LEROY R MIDDLEVVORTI-I j'. J. GUZZETTA GERALD VV. O'CONNOR EARL S. IONES WALTER J. RELIHAN CHARLES LAMBIASE ALFRED T. STEVVART A DONALD S. TAYLOR M an-zbers, 1923 MIRIAM 'IQ ALBEE STANLEY M. MILLER ABRAM AVERBACI-I MICHAEL L. ROGERS FRANCIS jl BURNS FRANK T. ROPIECKI MILTON A. CHASE EMMENS E. STEBNER RUTI-I K CI-IILD MILO I. TOMANOVICH GEORGE DXNORE JAMES R. XVARING MEYER A. GENEROFIT ANSLEY 'VVILCOX XVILLIAM S ZIELINSKI Om' Hundred Thirleen 1022 VERDICT BOARD Q gl, ' .k,, XM f K " V X It 'X ' wx W F l'CilECiV1'1ijEiCiff 'VV' 15w ,Z I www N Siem? If lux W 2 5 1 ,, Qs db I qgvllglx J QV 87 Bmgggg 'M 4, 'gg A if 111. W ff' ' 1 uk: ekQ.xQxkmgiM!w 9 I 1' ' . ll In U1 1811i Signet Kappa F oimdcd at M assaclz1rsetts Ag1'icultzm1l C ollege, 1873 Alpha ......... Beta ..........,, Gamma ......... Delta .......... Epsilon ....... Zeta ......... Eta ............. Theta ......... Iota .......... Kappa ............ Lambda ......... Mu ..........,... Nu .......... 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Mamma Eta Mamma Founded at the Unizfersity of Maine, 1901 Galirzma Clzczfvtw' cstablislzed, 1904 Roll of Clzajvfers I University of Maine ........Boston University ....,....Albany Law School Syracuse University .............Corne1l University .......University of Michigan Indiana University Creighton University ............,...........Georgetown University ..,,...........................University of Oregon .......Northwestern University Law School .........,..................Unive1-sity of Detroit University of Chicago ...,.......Fordl1am University Oinicron ..,.,,.. ....... U niversity of Maryland Pi . . . . ......,...Un1vers1ty of Illinois tl.lmm One H zmdred Twenty-one llllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllff' I IV ' .33 ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, , ,, CAM MA ETA GAMMA-X Mfartin jznnera Bzuwy Francis 'lll1Oll1ZlS Brennzln Lemuel .lieueli l51'ynn l4'1'ecle1'iclc lilclen Cnuns lfmiliu Alclrcy jzunes XV. llennisnn W'illi:un l'iclsm'cl Boyle l:1'ZlllClS james l,illl'1lS Matthew lf. Deviil. Charles Cantor lflzlcscli '.l.'llUlllZlS Henry flfogmty Donald Fowler George William Foy 1922 Francis j. Lawler Kinley Lee Phillips Thomas Alfrecl Powers James Howard Proper Wlzltei' H. XVe1'ti1ne. jr. 1925 liclxvzlrcl -lnseph Grogan Eclwzmrcl Vincenp Guinnane Sidney Tucker Hewes Russell Gregory Hunt Smith johnson Cecil Burnell Toolcer 192.5 Peter Hoyt Harp 4 Wfilliam Eugene Mulflur Frank A. 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Evita Glhi Founded at Cornell Uizizfeersity, 1890 Union Chapter established, 1897 Roll of Chapters .......,......Cornell University ......,....New York University .........University of Minnesota ...........University of Michigan .............Dickinson College of Law ...r...Chicago-Kent College of Law ..................University of Buffalo .......University of Toronto ............Union University .......,Ohio State University .......University of Chicago ............Georgeto-wn University ....................University of Virginia .........Leland Stanford University .................University of Texas ...,........rUniversity of WVashingt0n ......University of Southern California .................,..University of California ...............,University of Iowa Kentucky ....... ........ U niversity of Kentucky Wisconsin ...... ....... U niversity of Wisconsin ll, ' - One Hundred Tweuly-five F l I!Illllllllllllllllllllll IllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllif' QjmlmmlmlluIIumllIImlIInImlIIlm1Imumumummuu l II DELTA CI-H ,I 9,892 Urcgorx' I". 'Mills L'zn'l XY. llllLflCI'SUll l.ZlVC1'llL' fl. Lewis C2ill'w1't C, lcllglClISlllll'll Arthur B. Town C'l1:n'lcs .X. llrincl, -l r. 'l'l1omas yl. Dwyer Kenneth H. Holcombe L. Eclward Leary Clarence E. Xlfllls Harry L. Gilrie lfclmunrl Glacken ixflllllll' E. Kaley Y!!!-? Gorrlon ll. l"lIll'l'l5 C. lidwarcl Brown Stanley ll -lolmson Xllillimn L. Keller Stanley ll. Miller Francis QI. Stewart Willlznn Zielinslci may A -lnlm W. Sisson Clzlron C. Souls Gcrzrlrl W. llonclc .lVCSClJll E. Wkjrlslu lfclwzunl L llrccnc I-lomer I. Townsend lionnlcl ll. llzrlcll james A, vloblin Om' lluzzdrvd Tfcwcvzty-sez.'eu 1 L I 1 IllIIIllllllIllIlIllllllIlllIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' I ...lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllll l I Alpha ...... Beta .......... Gamma.. Delta ........ Epsilon. Zeta ....... .. -1 lita ........ 1511i Sigma Evita Founded at Collzmzbia Zlfniversity, 1910 Epsilon Clzafzter estakblished, 1914 I Roll of Chapters ...................................,...........Colu1nbia University .............................Corne1l University ........Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute York University ..........................iUnion University .........University of Pennsylvania .............UniverSity of Michigan Theta ........... University of Colorado Iota ..... . ..........,,........ University of Denver Kappa.. ........ Western Reserve University Lambda ....... ................... U niversity of Texas Mu ........ ............................ U niversity of Chicago Nu ........ ....................................... B oston University Xi ................ ....... M assaehusetts Institute of Technology Omicron ......... ............................. O hio State University Pi ................. ...... ........ U n iversity of Wisconsin 'IIlIIIllllIllllIll!lllllIllIIllllllllIIIllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliEI illlllIlllllllllllllllllll Ill ll llllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll One Hundred Twenty-nine F 1,1 1- -- A Morris P. Cohen Clizlrles .X. Goldstein Morris lircedmzui Leon Klein Abrzdiznn Steinberg Samuel libenfcld Moses Simon David S. Kaplan Benjamin F. Cohen I 1 X llIlllllllIIIllllllllllllIlIIllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIZT' KIIIIIUIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll l I A PHI SIGMA DELTA 1929 David il. Meyerhoff 1933 1932 Q Fralrcs' -in Ulzi-z'm'.ritate Morris Roses Jacob A. Comisky Abram Averbacll Sol Rubenstein David Robinson Samuel Englebardt Wlilliam 'Schwartz Isadore C. Shapiro Franklin Kessler Hyinan Saclmroif One Hundred Thirty-ozze wp il 'mg fm 152' v?z3ZlZ'-"fn i nam ?iw3l24Q Q'9P 313-EMF 1':?g4fPfQ,j :ff 0 A 2? 'xx fyirz Tail Y ix zykxv 4,3-igZ3,",x-QM ylgtxbxx qxh Nl 'x I 4531154251 1 Q' -rn -.J F - 5 . 11 fzl-"fi, 5 . ef" ' ' p'7':f-.,q'f'fL:.,Qj H- ur-rf 'J-. , ' pl' ,1 ,. - .-.x f ll r .yrs-Q 1- -.- ,.:. ' :EY ,Q ' ith W, ,gg , wwf V 1 ., r" 1- ' , " gs Szijj' ,f '. ,H y 1 1 1.5 1 ,J ,A ,51,,,, - 519 IU, , ? 'ffifla'-:g1' 1305 4'-15. - :WZ-f . lffft-:fi--:1'f 1 'ifwt-25 , .-.,,,.,,,1 -5- f,,- ,, .qi ,- ,ll . :A K,,, ll. , i - K . . '1 h r' F1157 .639 fb-SEI ,Pu -..m44.f ,MH nZ.1'2g3.l .,f' 1' ." 4, , 52,1 ' 592 9 "ifsw EV ., .. I, .6-, ,. W, 4: 1.. My . ,f, -. 'J' Q 1, Ng 4: .4 '-is-,fx ' 4'-J. - '--ff-A "-:M 4 'Q-A-... I M'- .54E .7 77' ,ifii-:Et-'lL,1 "Af 51-Li - "wb" 'fi - .. ' . 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X1 ................ lheta ....,.. liappa Nu Founded at the Uv1'H.'ZlC?7"S'if:V 0fR0fhc'ste1', 1911 Delta Chapter established, 1917 Roll of Chaptevfs ..............,..........................U11iVersity of Rochester ..,.....NeW York University .......Colun1bia University .........U11iO11 University ...........Boston University .................................University of Buffalo University .........New York State College for Teachers .........v....Rensse1aer Polytechnic Institute College .......W'estern Reserve University .........,.....University of Michigan .,.......University of Pennsylvania ,..,......University of Pittsburgh Omicron ........ ....... U niversity of Chicago Pi .......... .......... U niversity of Alabama Rho .......... ....... U niversity of Cincinnati - One Hundred Thirty-three ' 4 ' F A lilIlHillIlllIDIIIIIllIlllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllIllIIIHIllIIlIll1C" SH I QZIZIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll I KAPPA N U David KUIICII 1 A. I-'. lfccn 192.4 Meyer llobris Augustivc li. Gl'?ll1bZ1I't ' Alec Silverman I77'fl1'l'CS in Zjvllf'Z'f'1'S'l.fUfC Dr. Ruplmcl Bcndove Louis S. Poskzmzer Szmmel Kurzrok Jacob G. Krouuer Meyer A. Generoff Charles E. G1'osbe1'g Beujzlmiu Siegel Max M. Simon Wfilliam Lippmzm I 1 HHH 'UID Une H1md-red Thirljv-fi-ve 442, W6 gawk., lil ,, Q 990000 CO0 QQ Q49 5 "5 , X f'l1'1:IwU,,. mm, , 1. ,f1.4!.-j!..!. f'f'-1,' A iVi f'7 QI-"fff4 H 'H'-'J f - lit 1 llllllllIllllllllIlIIIIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll IUIIIIIHIIIIIIIY' QQ'llllllI1'lnllll'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll ll Alpha ........., Beta ......... Gziniinzt Delta ....... Epsilon ....... Zeta ......... Eta ...... 'I lietzi ........ . Iota ...... Alpha ight Brita Founded at Sy1'ac115e U-1ziz:e1'siiy, 1914 Iota Clmpter established, 1922 Roll of Clzafviers ........Syraeu5e University ,..,....C0iL11T1i3iEl. University University York University ...,,....B1'ooklyn Polytechnic Institute .......Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ...........,...................Buffalo University ...,...College of the City of New York ....,...Union University CAlbany Law? One Hundred Tlzirty-sewn X , W, I , , W, W7 Q 1 ' ' lllllllllillllillllIllllIllllllllllIlIllllllllllllllIIllllllllllIlIIlIlllIf1" I''IIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIllIllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllillllIllllllllllllllllll 'I I 'I AL P1-IA PHI D FILTA 1922 Xnllmcmy 1. c:UIlfigl1g'liZl Ettore Mzmcuso . -IQ Guzzcltu Frank E. Sacco 1993 Xlcxzmder 415111550 Joseph P. Molinz ri Miloracl I. Tomanovich 192.4 Quymond Custilrm joseph F. Iacoviuo Armando A. Mzmcuso uuu mm One Hundred Tlzirty-nilzv IIIllllllIIIlllillllllllIllllllllllllllIllllllllHIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZT' SH A I L llllllllllllllllllllllllllI ll I Ililllllllllmllmnml ZDevil's wwn MARTIN J. BARRY ' GREGORY F. MILLS JOHN A. BE1-IAN THOMAS A. POWERS TRUMAN D. CAMERON I. I-IOVVARD PROPER CHARLES M. HUGHES HENRY I. SMITH GILBERT C. KASTENSMITH BRENTON T. TAYLOR FRANCIS I. LAWLER DONALD S. TAYLOR L. EDVVARD LEARY THOMAS VV. VVALLACE FREDERIC A. LOEFELER ANTHONY BRUZDZINSKI One Hundred Forty-one lllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll. llllllllllllllllIllIIlllllIllIllllIlIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I Svehrniieth Glnmmenrrment june S, 1921 Address to the Graduating Class by Hon. Job E. Hedges, LL. D. Class of 1921 LL. B. Raymond Frederick Allen ..... .......,............. ,,..,. I 1 iterlaken N. Y Jay Thornton Barnsdall . ........A Buffalo, N. Y 'NVilliam A. Barto ............,... .,.,.,,, C 011035, N, Y Florence G. Benson .....,... ,,,,,,.,,,, C 011005 N, Y Earle N. Bishopp ................. .....v...... N lunnsville, N. Y Leo XY. Breed ........................ ......,. B aldwinsville, N. Y Kathryn O'Neil I. Butler .......... .......... S chenectady, N. Y Edward M. Cameron, Ir ......,. .....,,,... A lbany, N . Y Raymond Lewis Carr .......... ..........., A lbany, N Y Maxwell Cheeger ............ Poughkeepsie N. Y Stanley Conway ......,.... ........... C ohoes N. Y Leland F. Coss ............. .......l... 1 Xlbany, N. Y james C. D'Aprile .... . ,.... ..........,...... G eneseo, N. Y. Frank S. Black Davis ......... ..Cropseyville, N Y. Anthony De Stefano ....... ........... A lbany, N. Y. James Leo Downs ....... ............... P eru, N. Y. james S. Drake, Ir ...... ............... B ath, N. Y. Samuel XIV. Eager ....,. .Montgomery, N. Y Lester F. Gardner ...... ............... W estport, N. Y Lazar Gellert ................ Poughkeepsie N. Y Samuel E. Goldstein ....... ........... A lbany N. Y Donald Hume Grant ....... ........... I -Iobart, N. Y George VV. Greene ....... ,....... I iingston N. Y Emily A. Hass ............. ........... A lbany N. Y Gerald A. Herrick ........... ......... I ainestown, N. Y Kenneth H. Holcombe ........... Rouses Point, N. Y VValdo Merritt Howard ......... ................ P utney, Vt. T. Stewart Hubbard .......... ................... T r0y, N. Y Marvin Irving King ........ ..Schenectady, N. Y Charles H. Kivlen ....... ........... A lbany, N. Y. Ely S. Koplovitz ....... .,...... I Cingston, N. Y Sylvia Ruth Kovitz ..... ............ T roy, N. Y Edward R. LaCava ......... ................. ......... D a nbury, Conn One Hundred Foriy-Iwo lfIllllllllllllllllllllllIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' Ql.llIIl'IIlIIIIIl'IlllIlIIIIIIlIlIIlIIIIlllIIIIllIIIlIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll XVilliam Glenn Larmonth ........ Thomas Laliosa .................. Vlfalter William Law, Jr ........ .. Dorothy Frances Leonard ........ Paul II, Menzies ........................ Eugene Aloysius Molitor.. Basil Elisha Moore .......V....... Scott L. Osborne .............. I-Izmnibal Parcli .,.............,..... Mathias .Philip Poersch ....... Q. Frank T. Qlllllll ................. .Elmer M. Rossman .....,..... Ida Vivian Saclmaroff ....r... Harry M. Sclmffer ........ Hyman l'Valter Sevits ........ Oscar Lincoln Spears ........ joseph Elliott Stearns. ...... Ignatz Russell Stein ...... Raymond Stocking ................ Charles I-lamilton Storer ....... .......Mannsville, N. Y. ..........Albany, N. Y. ......Albany, N. Y ........Poultney, Vt. N , ......Albany, Y. .............Albany, N. Y. ........Rochester, N Y. .............Athens, N. Y. ..L ..... Schenectady, N Y. ........Scheneetady, N. Y. .-...........AIbany, N. Y. .............A1bany, N. Y. Y ........Schenectady, N. . ........Schenectady, N. Y. ........Schenectady, N. Y. ..........Bro0klyn, N. Y. .................Albany, N. Y. ..-.....Schenectady, N Y. .................Bath, N. Y. Y ..,,,,......RoQl1e5ter, N. . Xkfalter F. Swanker ............ ........ S Cllr-Z11CCt21dy, N. Y. Bruce Ogden Townsend ........ ............. A lbally, N. Y. YVilliam W. VVemple, Jr ......... ........... S Cl1C116Ct21Cly, N Y- Louis R, Yagucla ,...,........,...... ........................ .P Xlbany, N. Y. Stephen VVells Zeh ............................................................ Centrill Bridge, N. Y. DIPLOIVIA OF GRADUATION ' Joseph C. Behan, Ir ........................................................................... Troy, N. Y. I-I. LeRoy Glll ................. Clifton Hayes Landon ...... john W. Vlfhalen ............ ..........Kingston, N. Y. ..........Watertown, N. Y. .......Massena, N. Y. PRIZES Dean Ficro Prize Thomflson Prize Raymond Freclerick Allen Donald Hume Grant Frmzk White Prim? Bender Prize' Samuel YV. Eager Edward M. Cameron, jr. One Hundred F or! y-three , 1 1 lllllllllllIIIIIllllllllllllIIllllllllllllIIIIIllIllllllllllllIllIllllIIllII lIllIlllIIllIIllIIIllIIllllIIIllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmlmll ll ll Uhr New iiuilhing More has been accomplished this year towards putting the long planned new building on a solid and assured basis than in the past decade. This has come about because each year a larger, more unwieldy class has entered, while at the same time each succeeding year has meant further depreciation of the old building, until it has come to be admitted by all, trustees, faculty and students alike, that present accommodations are altogether inadequate, and will be tolerable for only such a length of time asit will take to build and have a new home ready for occupancy. The building committee of the Board of Trustees is composed of I-Ion. Williani P. Rudd, chairman, Hon. J. Newton Fiero, Danforth E. Ainsworth, Hon. Alton B. Parker, Hon. Harold Hinman, William L. Visscher, Hon. Walter W. Law, Ir., and John C. VVatson, secretary. This committee has interested Mayor Hackett in the cause, and with his approval has secured the passage of a bill in the State Legislature empowering the city of Albany to grant to the Trustees of Albany Law School a suitable site in Sheridan Park, on the north side of Elk street between Dove and Swan streets. In a quiet neighborhood, within a minute's walk from the State Law Library in the Education Building and two blocks from the courts, there is no doubt as to the convenience and desirability of the location. The improvement of Sheridan Park.is under the direction of Mr. Arnold W. Brunner of New York City, through whose courtesy we are per- mitted to publish the drawing on the opposite page. It is reproduced from one contained in a book prepared for the city of Albany by Mr. Brunner, in collaboration with Mr. Charles D. Lay, and presenting a number of de- signs for city improvements, some of which have already been executed. Worlc on Sheridan Park will undoubtedly be commenced in the near future. The tentative plans for the building comprise a central structure con- taining administration offices, an auditorium, and the library. A wing is to be constructed on each side of the main building for class rooms, a court room, locker and rest rooms. These wings may be enlarged as the growth of the school may require expansion. The present plans include a fully equipped gymnasium. I fl One Hundred Forty-four i l l glzxum mumuummmmlmnnunnnnlu nmmllmlu The committee has about 327,000 on hand, and pledges from live of the younger classes amount to more than S5,000. In addition, a substantial sum will be realized from the sale of the State street properties. But as it is estimated that the new building will cost approximately S175,000, it will be necessary to raise more than half the total amount by immediate sub- scription. It is a large undertaking, but one that is eminently worth while. Albany stands second to no city in the United States in the advantages it offers to the student of lawg and the Albany Law School faces the obligation of pro- viding adequate facilities for the ever-increasing number of young men and women who realize the opportunities altorded by its location. If this obliga- tion is to be met at all, now is the time. The need of a new building is imperative and immediate. The trustees, faculty and students are aware of the pressing necessity of more adequate quarters, and they str nd unanimously behind the movement for a new and better Law School. VVith the loyal support of the alumni assured, the new building will soon be a reality, and Albany Law will take thc place it should hold-pre-eininent among American colleges of law. . ' , 9' ' 's l l PROPOSED SITE OF THE NEW BUILDING Ona Hundrvci Forty-ziz'c i W l , IillllllillilIllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' Qgggmmlmmim'mmm'mlmInllmmumlmmmilmumm what Svhnulh the Huang Eatngvr linntn? Gradually, during several years of study and observation, the writer has been brought to the realization that we live in an age somewhat different from the period of Arcadian simplicity in which our grandfathers and fathers lived 5 that an inadequate equipment is no longer a bar to any of the professions, that this is an age in which unscrupulous swindlers angle for the money of simpletons by proclaiming the ridiculous facility with which art, literature, medicine, law, may be mastered and " power," "perfection of speech," "personality " or plutocracy be acquired. Vtfc were started on our way by being told by our teachers and others, who tried to help us put our lives in order during adolescence, that we were living in an age of spe- cialization, and that we need only know how to do one thing well, and we should certainly he " successful." They were right-partly rightg but how were we to know that they did not mean their words to be taken literally and alone, but had based their rule for success on the assumption that we know enough to lay a broad foundation of culture and scientific knowledge for our specialization? Feeling keenly and conscientiously that he did not know enough to start in to oHer well-considered advice to such clients as may perchance come to him when he is admitted to the Bar within the year, the writer decided to take counsel. Finding himself one day in this doubting, questioning mood, he called on his friend the Old Practitioner, who had spent titty of his more than seventy years in active practice and on the bench, and whose ripened judgment will illumine the question thoroughly, if he could be made to loosen his tongue and talk freely, and as mellowly and wisely as he undoubtedly could. F or the reader's convenience and ease the report of the writer's call on the Qld Practitioner shall be done in the first person and by means of dialogue. Breaking open the door of his study, I called out, " Busy?" l could see that he vvjas. " Reading. Be with you in a moment," he greeted me. He is always reading somethingg andone has only to glance at his book- shelves to know that he has kept abreast of the world of ideas and could give you a good extemporaneous exposition of the discoveries of the modern physicists in regard to the atomic and kinetic theories of matter, the X-ray, and radio activity 3 enlighten you as to prevalent misconceptions about psycho- analysisg expound the modern science of the mind, including generaland pathological psychology and criminology, or give you an account of his I , l One Huudrefz' Forty-.ti.1' I l ll , llllllllllIIllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllIIIIlllllllllIlllllllllllllIlllllllllf' QflllllllllIIIllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll II I adventures among the masterpieces of literature, both classic andmodern. I found a chair and let my eyes wander about the room-the room with which the Old Praetitioner's whole life has been associated. A large room full of big and little and middle-sized books. The four walls are lined with open shelves lilled to overllowingg three sides are given up to volumes of law-the tools of his pro'fession-reports, digests, statutes, codes, and textsg but the shelves on the long west side contain books on every conceivable subjcctg books that reveal their owner's thirst for knowledge and his broad culture. There are many biographiesg there is political economy and gov- ernment-row after row of theseg works of scientific men, chemists, bac- teriologists and distinguished physicians Cmostly specialists in diseases of the mindj. ln the far corner are volumes of philosophy, religion and aes- thetics, but these I noticed are even dnstier than some of the obsolete legal texts. 'l-le has read these, but not for many, many years. Turning in his desk chair, the Qld Practitioner removed his eye-glasses and smiled in my direction. There is something about him that is quite terrifyingito meg I think it is his brusqne dignity. B-ut as he had known me from boyhood, I knew from past experience that as soon as the ice were broken we would both talk freely and without a feeling of restraint. There is something in the way in which he regards one, coolly and dispassionately, that inspires confidence and respect even before he speaks. Wfhen he does speak in his calm. rich, old voice, one is ready to listen and give heed to his words. I " Now, young man. what can I do for you to-day? " " Not a thing, sir," ll stammered. " unless you can tell me just what a young lawyer should know on starting out on his professional life. I've got a pretty definite impression that I do not know enough-and I thought you might be able to tell me how to remedy that lamentable state of aifairs as quickly and painlessly as possible." 'I The Old Practitioner's eyes twinkled as he offered me a cigar from the hnmidor on his desk and lighted his own. " Is that all that's bothering yon? " he said. " XVhat don't you know? " - " Oh, l know one or two things," I admitted cheerfully,," but what I want you to tell me is just how to get on in the game. I know as much law as the rest of the men in my class, and I've read as much and seen as much in my direct contacts with people as they have. But we are all going to be turned loose together next June, and I want to know how to ontdis- tance them in the race, how to beat out the competition, how to be suc- cessfulf' The Old Practitioner chuckled, puffed at his cigar, and started in: " The first thing that a young lawyer should know is himself. That's funda- mental-axiomatic. But it is probably just as important, perhaps even more One Hundred Forty-seven n 'Umlm''''l"'mu'N'"'mmll'"'H""m"""'H"'lUll'lHlllli" K QIRIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll . 1 III important, that he should know the other man. The personal equation con- fronts the lawyer every day, and he must solve it for the unknown, the other man with whom he is dealing. You're not a child, you've met hundreds of men and women, and you know that no one of them is even approxi- mately perfect. IKVC all have our weak and our strong points. Study human nature. Attack at theweak places, but don't forget that there is good in everyone, too. Look for it." " That's all very well and good," I said, "I won't forget that tg but what I really want to know is what to study, how to make prohtable connections, how to build up a practice. Shall I go to my home town and sit down and wait for a practice, or go to New York? " " You'll have to decide that for yourself. There is opportunity in New York, but your better chances may be in your old home town or in some one of the smaller cities. You'll have to take an inventory of the advan- tages and disadvantages of both, and then make your decision. There's no mad rush. Try either for a couple of years. It will mean work, hard work, whether you go in the office of a small-town lawyer or with a hrm of big city men. You're young, and it takes time to make connections. Two or three years are nothing, if well employed-they Could ruin you, if ill spent. Study? Personal taste and inclination will rule that, but don't narrow yourself to any one subject particularly. Start to collect a library of your own. Read whatever appeals to youg read everything, science, politics. and good novels, if you like them. It will improve your diction and vocabulary -and we lawyers must be able to deal in words. Cultivate a clear. lucid style of writing. Learn to use the English languageg you'll need it. Do not be verbose, but on the other hand donit be afraid to expand your thoughts until' your meaning is perfectly clear. It won't help you much in the practice of law to know the insides of a lot of books, but reading will stimulate your reasoning powers and teach you to think in words and sentences. You'll have to learn to express yourself." " It seems to be a tough old game, sir! A man without independent means evidently has to make a lot of sacrifices for the privilege of calling himself an attorney at law. I shan't earn much the first few years, but I think that the prosperity and recognition that may come in time are going to be worth waiting for." "That's right, young man, that's the proper attitude at any rate, but do not be impatient. Time alone can bring success to you. It won't come in five years, or ten. You should begin to reap your rewards at forty or there- abouts, but one can never tell. You should cultivate a personal philosophy. an attitude towards life that will enable you to absorb its shocks and with- stand the stress and strain of its battles with as little damage to your health and peace of mind' as may be. You'll have plenty of reasons for worrimentg One Hundred Forty-cighl , . llllllllllllIlllllllllIlllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' l.. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIlIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill ' ' 'I II but worry will kill you it you let it. Don't. And don't sell out for money just because it comes hard at Hrst. If you would be successful in the high- est sense of that much misused word, you will have to have some higher ideal than the mere making ot money. Praiseworthy as that object is, don't let it control you wholly. I believe yours is a rarer opportunity than is given to any tradesman, farmer, manufacturer, laborer, or capitalist g it is' probably as great as is given to the young physician. For the lawyer deals with human nature and in humanity just as surely as the doctor does. A man's property -and his rights to enjoy life. liberty and the pursuit of happiness, as guaranteed to him by our Constitution, are as sacred to him as his health, as his life itself. The biggest men of every generation have conceived life in terms of serviceg not as opportunities for personal aggrandizement nor the glorihcation of their family fortunes, but as a chance given to them to help their fellow men. The men who have lived and died, since history began to keep records of the lives of the leaders of mankind, and whose names are gratefully remembered to-day, are not the Caesars and the Napo- leons, but the Aristotles, the Spencers, the Lincolns. the Tolstois, the teach- ers and humanitarians of all ages. You may disagree with me, but I' believe that when a young man of conscience and vision has chosen the legal pro- fession as a career, he has taken one of the hardest roads through our modern civilization. His field is the broadest, the pitfalls that beset his way are the deepest, his mistakes are costliest, for they affect his client's wel- fare as well as his own. His tools are his technical skill and knowledge of the law, his judgment, his integrity, his energyg and the result of his work with them, the shaping and altering of human lives. ' I-Ie should realize his great responsibilities." The Old Practitioner paused and eyed me malevolently, I thought, although it may have been benevolently. I had not learned what I had come to learn, and decided to try another leading question: " Wlonft you indicate something definite that I can do that will make me a bigger man? Some- thing that will help me to impress people and win their confidence? I have been told that law is no longer a professiong that it has been commercializecl like everything else to-day, and is now on a business basis. Every other man I meet is a publicity agent for this or that enterprise, and more money was spent on advertising in the United States last year than on Wornen's fur coats, moving picture shows, bootleg whiskey and peppermint breath renovators combined. Y et our lecturer on Legal Ethics and the Canons of the American Bar Association warn us that-we must not solicit business. IV e have nothing tangible to sell. VV e have only our personalities, our tech- nical training, and our reputations to offer the public, and it seems to me that it is going to be hard work to get the public to look at our wares." " Now, I'll answer that question that you first put to me," said the Old One Hundred Forty-1'z'-ine 1 1 ' HllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIET' 131111111 llIllIullIUluIIllIIInnIlunlllllllmllulllulul ll I ' Practitioner. " The young lawyer should know-and it is the only thing that he needs to know thoroughly and unforgetably on the day he is admitted to the Bar-that it is going to take him the greater part of his life to build up such a reputation as you have mentioned. At forty he should have acquired it, but the recognition of his ability and trustworthiness may be delayed. It may never come to him. I know of no sure way to earn recog- nition and what it brings. Hard work, toil-lots of it-is a necessity. The combination of much hard work and a little of what we old poker players call luck will bring it in most cases, but not always. I've known many good men who have failed in the eyes of the world. They seemed to have every- thing in their make-ups that would insure success, but they never arrived. I have a typical example of this kind of man in mind. I-lfe had everything, potentially, that a lawyer should have: a superior mentality and a great knowledge of the laws of his state, the ability to express himself in clear, lucid idiom-and precise legal terminology, urbanity, culture, friends, a capable wifel' " But surely," I interrupted, "there must be some easily discernible and assignable cause for his failure. I-Ie was extravagant, or manifestly careless with his own and perhaps his client's money, or disloyal to his friends, or slovenly, or a drunkard, or of such an emotionally extravagant nature that women distracted him, or he may have 'been a singer. Xlfine, women and song, you know, Judge! " The Old Practitioner did not appreciate my poor attempt at witg he had evidently thought well of his friend, the failure. " No, it was none of the things that you mentioned that kept John from attaining success in the law. I have never been able to account for his failure. Ile was horn ineffectual. I guess. Condemned to futility for some reason which 'l have been unable to fathom.,- Perhaps it was his innate good nature. He was a bit easy going. Wfhat was it you boys said during the war, ' It will.be all the same in a hundred years '-something like that, the idea being not to take yourself too seriously. Time breeds successful lawyers as plenti- fully as blackberries, and as little thought of when their season is run. All that any man can do for good of ill is presently forgotten. But I think you will be a better lawyer and a happier man if you will adopt as your own guide Joseph Conrad's rule of thumb which I found the other day in his autobiography: ' All lZ1'l!Z71'l'I01I.Y are laaffvzzl 6?.'lfCCf7-l' those? which climb zzjvward on the 1f1f1,i.tc1'ics cmd ci'c?duZifics of 1fI'l-Il1'1'l?f71'Ii., J' I left the Old Practitioner with abrupt thanks and a curt good-bye, thinking him an opinionated, sententious, old cussg but before I had reached the corner where I should catch my car, I could think of nothing but the good will in his voice and manner as he had shouted " Good Luck " after me from the door of his study. B. L. H. Oize Hundred Fifty s i R S Q n "' I . W , -Q. + -.i 1 1. - ' HEI! E!!! , T EF EII51' 9 I , -41122 X Q 5 ls' IIE-1' V ' 1- iri 4 ' I ': XI J 1 Sf v ous. nmnojmovzn. ,ziffp - PRE-COMMENCEMENT CAMOUFLAGE SHEEPSKINS 4, 1 1 I I E o , H Eg, tvlfy LA Qw- F . . P 5- 'Ji . ' L .?, . t 511 ' lv . Is PODU ALECK. wx:-is A comm 1-AR, I , . 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Dave Burke has not appeared. X!VllCIl last seen he was in the upper end of Lake George and attempting to swim the lake. 23. John XVOOClWZII'Ll arrives from Schroon Lake, after having closed , . the Leland House. 4 24. The .political parties of the Senior Class have all established . their headquarters at a well-known oasis on Eagle street, where the spokesmen can soothe their parched throats. 28. ,lake Krouner has been made one of Librarian Relihan's assist- ants. Scatter the hooks, boys. 30. Mr. Clements is still rushing the boys for their tuition. - 1 Oct. . Dean Fiero starts giving out " collateral workf' in other words, . there will be something to keep Seniors from getting home- sick over the week-end. U . 3. llrcnt makes his first appearance, having recovered from a case of jaundice. Edt is on hand, but not completely recovered from a case of Scotch. . 1 u One Hundred Fifty-nine llllIllllllfllllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllif' HV ui 11:1 nlll IInununuuIl1inunnIuulunnmunuununnnnnum 5. 6. 10 VValt Wfertime awakes in time to give the Dean the wrong answer. jerry 0'Connor is so busy with his campaign for justice of the Peace that he finds it difficult to give the school any part of his time. Freshman inquires, " VVhat crime involves the least risk? " Dwyer, our criminal law shark, replies, " A safe burglary." 11. Baynes is studying for his new part in the Troy Masque. He is to be the officers club in " Officer 666." 12. Shyne has traded in his Cadillac for a Ford, and the boys from Troy do not find the jitney service as comfortable as in the past. 14. The students are again the recipients of season passes to basket- ball games. This little courtesy on the part of the manage- ment .is appreciated. I 18. Candidates for class offices are appearing in the field. Wford comes that certain of them were campaigning by mail during the summer, endeavoring to swing the co-ed vote. 19. Dad Andrews is looming as the Dark Horse in the Presidential Race. 20. Tom Vtfallace declares that he made enough money as treasurer last year, and is willing to retire in favor of a more needy classmate. 25. The first hop of the year at the Aurania Club found many of our brethren full of prohibition. 27. Politicians are busy planning the attack of the morrow. K 28. Marty Barry is elected President after a heated contest. 29. The class departs for the long-awaited and much-needed rest over the Election Recess. Nov. 3. Mr. Lawyer is elected Surrogate of Albany County, and Jerry O'Connor is elevated to the bench of VVaterford by his selec- tion as justice of the Peace of that metropolis. 7. VVhereon Dean Fiero informally comments upon the election of Surrogate Lawyer and Justice O'Connor, adding that the elec- torate would do itself no very great harm if it always selected graduates of the Albany Law School. 11. Armistice Day, which the school celebrates with a program of its own. Ed Ryan, our ex-shavetail, did himself and the school great credit by a masterful interpretation of the day. 17. Overheard in the Ed. Building: " Do you think you could care for a chap like me? " I " Oh, yes, I think so-if he wasn't too much like you." Our I-Iuiidrvd Si.r1y I ll lllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllil' QllillllIllIIIlllIIllIIllllIllIIIIIIIIllIIIlIIllIMllIlllllllllllllllllllllll I Dec. Ian. Frank Sacco renders a few solos at the Y. M. C. A, reception. ln addition to applause and requests for encores, he received a nuniber of gifts. That the tomatoes were rather juicy is evi- denced by the marks left on his nifty golf suit. Jack llchan tries juggling pianos on his toe at the gym. Turkey calls the boys to their homes. , Back again, absorbing' the atmosphere of legal sanctity. Frank ,lirennan now lunches at the lid. lluilding, and shares only once a week. He says his beard keeps the noodles from skidding. His Honor, Justice XVatson, presides at the first Practice Court. Aflidavits liy thick and fast. Mr. Alexander wants to know, " Xaihat is llmbracery? " Nike, musing on a heavy Sunday night date, suggests, 'K Wfhy -er-il guess that must be a species of assault on a Womanf' Bruce, in his attempt to travel from Schenectady to Albany in live minutes. meets with a mishap, forcing' him to lay up his jitney. Qlft looks as if the boys from the Electric City will hare to pay earfare now. " Sacco, will you bring' in a memorandum on that point? " said Justice XVatson. " Yes, sir." replied Frank. After a pause, " Did you want that memorandum in writing? " The basketball team dons snowshoes and starts for the frozen north. The Arctic explorers return with a Yerinont scalp at their belts. Devils Own and others argue over who's who in reference to running the festivity for the judges at the Hampton. john remarks that the Union game was all' right as long as it lasted, but a pint doesnt last very long. The reception to judge Lawyer and .Tustice O'Connor takes place at the .lr--lampton. Gavels were presented to the Hon- ored Guests. Charlie was reported as being present, but could not he found. lt was rumored that he locked himself in. The boys depart for home in anticipation of the annual visit of Santa Claus. The politicians among us are on the trail of legislators for win- ter snaps and sinecures. . , Burke appears at Practice Court with the files from Senator llraekett's oHice, which he uses to combat the indefatigable and loquaeious Lambiase. - Barry, disregarding' all speed laws and danger signals, takes Mr. I-lerrick from New York to Illinois and Kansas, returning by way of liflaryland and ljemisylvania, all in three minutes. llllmlllll Our fI1llll1'l'C'd 5li.rfy-aim IllIlllllllIlllllllIIIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllff' " lllllllllIllIIIIIlllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllill 17. lYith the temperature hovering' near ten below and winds blow- ing' a lilty mile gale. the cligniliecl Seniors in ear-mulls and mittens try to look pretty for the camera man. 21. First pay-day at the Steal Mill, and our politicians are pros- perous. 2 23. The entire class pleads the statute ol ignorance in Conflict ot Laws. Shyne passes. 25. Xale are informed that the Dean has gone snminering' in the South nntil after exams. 27. .-X kind friend rouses gl. lrloward from peaceful slnnilier and announces: " lt's, ten to nine." In sleepy tones l'rope replies: " Wait till the odds are lietterg then place it all." 28-29. The period of preparation and guessing. when all try to dope out the question of the morrow. Feb. 1-6. A period of prayer and saeriliee. in whieh many forecast their own futures most pessimistieally. 7. Relief for these who stay and gnashing' of teeth for those who leave. May we meet them at the bar! SENIOR CLASS PRTMER A is for all of us, taken en masse. B is for Barry, the head of our class. C for Kate Carroll, lxelov'd lar us all. D is for Dwyer. Soielever and tall. E is for Evidence. There was a course! F for Dean Fiero. who had no remorse. G is for Gilrie's luxnriant hair. H is lor Hughes. who runs every affair. l is the one that we all idolize. J is for Jones. NNe admit that he's wise. K is for Keating, married-but gay. L is for Leary, who may get that way. M is for Kleyerholi-don't forget me. N is for no one. so far as l see. O for O Connor, entoreer of law. P is for Phillips, who hasn't a Haw. Q is for questions that some of us ask. R is for Relihan, Books are his task. S is for Sacco-picked on-what a shame! T for two Taylors. Oh, VVl'lZllliS in a name? U is for Union, we'll boost to the sky. V . is for Vanderliek-wow. what a guy! VV is for WViser. l-le's some parlor snake. X is the exit we hope we shall make. Y is for Young, with a firm, manly jaw. Z is our zeal for old Albany Law. -D, J. Xl. n Ona H:11ul1'r'ri .S'i.1'!y-fren f, ,.,. if . G 5 ' 1. c fx rn." ' i X Q6 N " L X , Tale j diff wil X N if 1 J X an x e51XkXi3 gg XXQ, , 194 zmzos he weigh fx fm N 1' . Ei , jvwfi EMM N MIHUHHQUQ 60, I. Hin., J , ' f IU I' X 'TB mamg I Vg f Q'A!m Hmm-G STDBY I SHORT ig", I " 'f'1'3k x 1 ,, 1. I " Y Wall I f1u:srieN,..Mn ,....... Gavr.'Tf121HurIfPE1'flflG: X 'X' Ti Pa wnsnexem? HlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' A I 1 .. IITIITYIIIIIIIIllllIllIIllIllllllIlIIIIIlIIIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllillll SENIOR CLASS VOTE Best All f11'0111zfC Jl'f!'IIl--l3Zl1'l'j', Burke C11D: Cameron CQDQ Hughes C7D: Leary, B. T. Taylor. C61 1 Smith HD : Powers 1.23. Best Alflzlcfc-Iilarry C46l 3 Ilehan C91 1 Powers C77 3 Shyne CSD. M0stPof1f1zIar 1116171-Sl11llfll Cl.2D g lil. T. Taylor C 1lD 3 Czuneron, Saeco CSD 3 Barry, Leary C6D: llrinthaupt C4D. Most Pofvzzlar C0-rdh-Miss Carroll C287 1 Mrs. Fenton C17D 5 Miss Gilchrist Cl1Dg Miss Lang' CSD 2 Miss Marclen C7D. Jlfost Rcrsjvc'rfcfd-Caineroii C27D : lil. T. Taylor Cl6D g lilarry, O'Connor CSD : Hughes, Leary 5 Burke CSD. Mcsf Ol'ig"flItIC-DOXXYI1lllg' 1153: Murphy CQDQ Curry. Smith C7Dg Jones. Lawler, Saeco, Sullivan, NViser C4D. flfost Scholzzrly--Ciiuzzetta CHD: llurlce CIODQ llulwrnaster, Greene C7Dg Bock, Downing, jones. Meeker CSD. Most jillf61'ILGCllI'IIg-liZ1j'l'lCS C24D: Downing C11Dg Mrs. lienton C7D: Glaclcen C5Dg Sacco CTLD. 1140519 Likely fo Slzcceccl-l3111'lce CISD 3 CD'Connor, Sullivan C8Dg Buhrmas- ter C6Dg Greene CSD. Done Most for Albany Lcmf-Barry C28Dg Cameron Cl9D: ilrllughes CGD: Powers C4D 3 Leary CSD. IivCI1ldS0l1l6'SLL-lTil'll'ltl'l2'll11Jf C14D 1 D. Cohen, Wfallaee CSD 3 Sullivan C6D 3 Bruzdzinski C5Dg Meyerholjf C4D. Pwfticzrt-Miss Carroll CISD 3 Miss Gilchrist, Miss Lang' C9D 3 D. Cohen C7D g Brinthaupt, Lalilate. Loeliier CSD. T-V1'l't11'csf-M11rphy C15D 1 Downing, Pecllow C9D 3 Lawler, Mills C6D g Hughes, Sacco Cfl-D. Thinks he is-fl7ecllow C14D 3 Saeco C12D 1 Brinthaupt CGD g Downing, Law- ler C5D 5 Dwyer, Haynes C4D. HIIJCBXC-101165 C19Dg B1'l1'1Cl CIZD 3, Bock C9Dg lirinthaupt, Lainbiase, Reli- han C5D. l La.:'z'csz'-Lawler C26Dg Connery C11Dg Boyle, Krouner, VVallaee CSD. -7 Best N0f1I7Cd-Slllltll C2ODg Murphy C12Dg laaynes, C9Dg Kastensniith, Vlfiser g BCl12l11 CSD. Talks llgfoszf and Says Least-Lainbiase C155 5 Bock, Saeco C1OD 3 Leary C7D 5 Downing, jones C6D 5 Della-Rocca CSD. Om' Hundred Sixly-fozcr lllllllIlllllIllIllIllIIIIlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf'' I -I111111IIIINIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll Greatest Sofia! LI.lQ'CLl-LE1Ci1'Zl11gC, Sliyne C1355 Brintliaupt C1155 Loeflier C85 5 l.al3ate C55 3 Jones C45. - liiggcsl Hlujer-Lawler C2115 3 Leary C145 5 O'Connor C65 5 Downing C45 5 Dwyer, Proper. Sacco C35. 5 Bigger! Glnnm-Stewart C1155 Relilian C955 Vanclerlick C855 Duncombe, Peterson C55 5 Wfiser C35. rlilost Likely Batchelor'-Clacken C95: Leary, 5CVHitC C855 Sullivan C555 Haynes, Greene C35. fiig'gv.s'l Politician-Glavin C2055 l-luglies C1355 Glacken. 0'Connor C955 jones C755 Leary, Relihan C35. Class Baby-Haynes C495 5 Sullivan C145 : 5Vooclward C25. Class Sf'O1'C-.l31'O1JCl' C1255 Lallate C955 Lawler C755 Greene, Pedlow, Sacco C55. SENIOR CLASS FAVORITES 1'ar'0rilr Sfwrl-Basketball C1455 Baseball C1155 Tennis C955 Football, lf'inoehle C65 5 A irican Golf C45. ' Faworifc liicrioizi lfV1'fiier-lilinor Glyn C95 5 Zane Grey C75 5 Peter B. Kyne, janies Oliver Curwood C65 5 Chambers, Wfilliston C455 Captain ' Billy C35. Ffworila Poet-Longfellow C855 Tennyson, Service, Kilmer C655 Dante C45 5 Miss Carroll Fcwwifv NL?TC'.YfUfU7'-NCNV York Times C1455 Knickerbocker Press C855 Hot Dog, New York Tribune C65. Fa-rforitc Aclresx-'1'lieclz1 Hara C85 5 Pola Negri 5 Mary Pickford, Rena Titus C35 5 Marjorie Rambeau C25. Fazforiie Actor-Baynes C365 5 VVal1ace Reid C55 5 Fairbanks, Valentino C45. Fafuorite flIII'ICSC'1'llf"llf1l5flCJV1CS C1355 Dancing C955 Sleeping, "Empire," Study C55 5 Practice Court, Put and Take Ffworilc Slyle of BGLZIIIN-B1'1111CttC C245 5 Blonde C1855 Tall and slender C95 5 Dark C45 5 Greenwich Village Style C25. Fazforiife Girfs Name-Jeanne C755 Virginia C555 Mildred C455 Dorothy, Marion, Katharine Favorite Smoke-Lucky Strike C1155 Fatimas, Cigars C955 Camels C855 Pipe C655 Hemp Favorite Brunch. of Law-Criminal C145 5 Domestic Relations C85 5 Negli- gence C455 Corporations C35. One Hundred Sixty-five """"""'l"""""""ll"""""""'''l"lU'l""'Ul'l"'llll'l!i" LzzmnunImimiuIImmmmmumimumuuuuumuuunum MISCELLANEOUS Iiardvsi C0m'.ve-Procedure f24j 5 Negotiable Instruments K-153 g Books and Their Uses Cllj. Easimt Comfxe-Domestic Relations Cl8jg Procedure Clljg Books and Their Uses ilflost Valuable Cozzrsc'--Procedure Q26j g Evidence U43 5 Persons and Prop- erty QSM Contracts Are You Malvicd?-Yes KIOJ. D0 You Saijiporl Yoznfself lfV110Zl3'?-Yes CZZQ. D0 You Sizpfvorf Yourself in Part?-Yes f34j. PVlzat lflfozilczf You Do If You Rau the School?-BUILD A NENV ONE. Sweep the floor. Close it. Abolish exams. Enlarge our gym. Make the profs try their own exams. Graduate the whole Senior Class. Take in more co-eds. Resign. Raise my pay. Run it over to Troy. Insti- tute the Honor System. Coax some heat to the northeast corner ot the Senior Room. Have six months' vacation twice a year. Eire the Frosh. Make Downing lecturer on Procedure. Ventilate the Senior Room. Wlzy Is IQ22 Lattfs G'l'ca,Ie.s't Clam?-Best bunch of good fellows. Mr. Wfatson says so. Ask the Dean. Spends most money. So many intel- lectual lights. just because. Rex ijvsa l0qniI'1r1'. Put Albany Law on the map. Starts everything. Look us over. Harmony at class meet- ings. Never starts anything it can't hnish. Initiative, pep, originality. Because of its modesty. Because I'm in it. lt has the tallest man that ever studied law. Has done most for the school. The answer would till volumes. 'Why tell everyone? Aflifiice to .F7'8.TlL77'liG7'Z--L631'1'1 from experience. Equity aids the vigilant. Don't allow your studies to interfere with your college course. Stop razzing the profs. Keep away from " llig Charlie'sf' Follow in our footsteps. Donit blulif Mr. Wiatson. Don't kid yourselves. Avoid females, prescriptions, and craps. Get a drag with the profs. Read your cases. Keep away from Texas Reports. Look for a job. Say little and think much. Don't wear knickers on the campus. Respect upper-classmen. Get in right with the Registrar. Obey the 18th Amendment. Keep west of Pearl Street. Talk back to Mr. Wfatson. Keep away from " Finegan's." Never be sure of a " job " in the Legis- lature. Pass all your exams. VVatcl1.your step. Study biographies of David Dudley Field and Montgomery Throop. Cut four days a week. STUDY. One Hundred Sixty-six l l 51' ATE -x Qgf? 1' it gl ., -Q.. -. . . The OFFICIAL REPORTS are those published with the sanction and by the authority of the State of New York, viz-the Court of Appeals, Appellate Division and Miscellaneous Reports. They contain the only correct and accurate opinions and decisions of the courts of the State of New York. 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