Albany Law School - Verdict Yearbook (Albany, NY)

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7Sf —THE 1936 VERDICT Thomas Tracy Hknky IIditor Albert Joseph Sciieiiii.y business ManagerTHE VERDICT 19 3 6THE VERDICT 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT DIXON RYAN FOX. Ph.D.. L.H.D., LITT. D.. LL.D.. Chancellor of the University.THE VERDICT HAROLD J. HINMAN, Ph.B., A.M„ LL.B. President Hoard of Trustees Albany Law SchoolTHE VERDICT HAROLD D. ALEXANDER, LL.B., A.M., LL.D. Dean of the Faculty LL.B., Albany Liw. 1895; A.M., LL. 1).. Union College; Dis- trict Attorney Albany County, 1914-1919. Professor of Law.— Real Property, Criminal Law, Legal Kthics.THE VERDICT ANDREW V. CLEMENTS. LL.B. LL.B.. Albany Law. 1919. Professor of Law. Current Law. Partnership. Quasi Contracts, Agency. Personal Property. RALPH E. ROGERS. A.B., LL.B. A.B.. Yale. 1901; LL.B., Columbia, 1908; Lecturer. Columbia University. 1913-1921. Professor of Law. Conflict of Laws, Con- stitutional Law. Equity. Negotiable Instru- ments, Contracts, Legal Bibliography. SAMUEL M. HESSON. A.B., LL.B. A.B.. Union, 1927; LL.B., Albany Law, 1931; Assistant Professor, Union College. 1931-1934. Professor of Law. Practice and Procedure, Domestic Relations. Public Utili- ties, Fundamentals of the Law. SevenTHE VERDICT CHARLES H. ANDROS. C.K.. LL.B. C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 1907; LL.B.. Albany Law. 1920; Examiner. U. S. Patent Office, 1920-1921. Lecturer on Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights. ISADORE BOOK ST El X. LL.B. LL.B.. Albany Law, 1912: Assistant Dis- trict Attorney, Albany County, 1920-21. County Judge, Albany County, 1921-1922. Lecturer on Practice Court Work. WILLIAM T. BYRNE. LL.B. LL.B.. Albany Law. 1904; New York State Senator, 1922 to date. Lecturer on the Principles of Legal Argument and Oratory. ROLAND FORD. LL.B. LL.B.. Albany Law. 1907. Lecturer on the Law of Evidence. Insurance. Torts and Negligence. liight 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT AUSTIN B. GRIFFIN. LL.B. LL.B., Albany Law, 1907: Supreme Court Reporter. 1919 to date. lecturer on the Law of Sales. CHARLKS .1. TOBIN. LL.B. LL.B.. Albany Law, 1904: Counsel. State Tax Commission. 1913-1915: President. New York State Tax Association. 1924-1925. Lecturer on the Law of Assessment and Taxation. FRANCIS KELLI HER. A.B.. LL.B. A.B., Yale. 1922; LL.B., Albany Law. 1926; Associate Attorney, State Education Department, 1932-1934. Lecturer on Cor- porations and the Law of Damages. NEWTON B. VAN DERZE2. A.B.. LL.B.. I).Pd. A.B.. Williams. 1892: LL.B.. Albany Law. 1893; D.Pd.. N. Y. State Teachers College: Surrogate of Albany County. 1906- 1918. Lecturer ou the Law of Wills, Ex- ecutors and Administrators. Nine----------------THE VERDICT-------------------------------------- FOREWORD This is a statement of policy. Immediately after the fatal moment when your ill-advised editor was caught tongue-tied and charged with the task of producing this yearbook, a disquieting din began—such a muttered menace as swelled the Parisian summer's roar and rocked the Bastille Walls. Investigation by our Department on Undercurrents resolved the mumbled buzzing into one harsh and plaintive note. It concerned the format of the Verdict. “Would we produce the photograph-album-stylc of yearbook that was pro- duced last year? Would we omit those oh-so-funny individual write-ups that yearbooks always have? We wouldn't leave out those masterful gems about the foibles and fancies of the seniors, would we?" The answer to questions 1. 2, and 3, is “We would!” We feel that a yearbook should be a historical record, not a comic effort. We refuse to be foster-parent to the brain-child of the first editor of the first high school yearbook. As yet, no one has pointed but to us one good reason for perpetuating for posterity the momentous fact that in his law school days, John Muddlctop was an habitue of a State college sorority house. .. .nor in the case of some lesser known senior, that his sunny smile is a joy to behold. We believe that a yearbook, like a composition by Debussy, a tearoom, or a bar, is distinguished for its success in creating atmosphere. In this instance, the problem is to convey the feeling of the school, the little things that distinguish one institution from another, and which we think we shall want to remember in years to come. As any reader of magazine advertising must know, the “Who-was-that- woman-I-seen-you-with" of Chinese proverbs is "One picture is worth a thousand words.” It sometimes appears to one who has never been there that in China, the natives, between invasions and famines—perhaps because of invasions and famines—do naught but mouth proverbs. But the Chinaman who first dashed that olT had something. And so we have attempted to reproduce the atmosphere of the Albany Law School on paper by means of photographs. For the informal snapshots, we arc indebted to John R. Heilman, of the Class of 1936, whose interest and skill with a camera contribute the imposed photographs scattered through the book. If you feel starved for wit and humor, we refer you to the corner news-stand, where you can get a copy of Life. Judge, or Ballyhoo. We have a feeling that they handle that sort of thing much better than we could, anyhow. This is a yearbook. The defense rests. Ten P. S. This is an explanation, not an apology. The EditorTHE VERDICT THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX 19 3 6THE VERDICT Ernest Ahoki.la 140 East Boulevard, Glovcrsville. (Jloversville High School, Union College. Barristers. A111.T( )NT A RT H UR A B EI.() Y E 1653 Howard Avenue, Utica. Reading, Pa. High School, Utica I'ree Academy, Hart wick College. Forum Society; Class Vice-Pres. (3). President. Barristers. Expects to practice at Utica. TwelveTHE VERDICT Hiram Smith Arthur 162 Sterling Street. IV alert own. Watertown High School, Colgate Uni- versity. Sigma Chi. Devil’s Own. Expects to practice sociatcd with the Office. at Watertown, as- District Attorney’s Henry Bradt. A.R. R. I). 3, Schenectady. Schenectady High School. Union College. Delta Upsilon. Barristers. Expects to practice at Schenectady, as- sociated with Charles M. Hughes. Thirteen 19 3 6THE VERDICT Louis Briskin, A.B. 16 Buchan Park, Rochester East High School, University of Roches- ter. Commencement Activities Committee; Barristers. Expects to practice at Rochester. Maurice Thomas Brunner 58 Lapham Street, Rochester. Aquinas Institute, Eordham University. Justinian: Law Review Board; Forum Society; Secretary, Chancery. Senior Law Clerk, State Law Library. Expects to be associated with Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., Roches- ter. FourteenTHE VERDICT John James Buck lev, A.P . 1632 West Street, Utica. Assumption High School, St. Bonaven- ture College. Holy Cross College. Forum Society: Chancery. Expects to practice at Utica. James Francis Carroll, Jr.. B.S. 10 Caroline Street, Saratoga Springs. Baldwinsvillc Academy, Syracuse Uni- versity. Kappa Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi. Trustees’ First Prize (1. 2): Justinian; Law Review Board: Cardozo Prize Debate, first (3), second (2) ; Forum Society; Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Saratoga Springs. l FifteenTHE VERDICT Allen Andrew Cass Frctvsburg. Frewsburg High School, University of Michigan. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Jamestown, as- sociated with Willard W. Cass. Merer Milton Ciiadderdon. A.B. lcra. Cairo High School, Union College. T. K. A. Chancery. Expects to practice at Massena. 1 9 3 6 SixteenTHE VERDICT Gilks Euiiu Chase, A.B. 144 Main Street, Massena. Massena High School, Middlcbury Col- lege. Chi Psi. Chancery. Expects to practice at Massena, associa- ted with G. A. Chase. Mykon Jay Cohn, A.B. 814 Brandywine Avenue, Schenectady. Schenectady High School, Union College. Zcta Beta Tan. Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Schenectady, as- sociated with Morris Marshall Cohn. Seventeen 1 9 3 6---------------------------------------THE VERDICT David William Cokwin, A.B. Ughlaml. Highland High School. Union College. Phi Delta Theta. Forum Society. Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Kingston. Roger Warren Daniels, B.S. Parishvillc. Parish ville High School. St. Lawrence University. Barristers. Eighteen 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT Leslie Gerard Diemer, A.B. 1617 Gravesend Avenue. Brooklyn. Manual Training High School, James Madison High School, Rutgers Uni- versity. Tritclion Lodge. Forum Society; Barristers. James Francis Donna 67 Henry Avenue, Pittsfield, Mass. Pittsfield High School, Boston Univer- sity. Chancery. Nineteen 19 3 6THE VERDICT Michael Thomas Doxoiiue, Jr., A.B. 935 Madison Avenue, Albany. Vincentian High School, Holy Cross College. Basketball; Devil’s Own. Ex] ccts to practice at Albany. Daniel Joseph Dugan, Jr.. A.B. 59 Euclid Avenue, Albany. Albany High School. Georgetown Uni- versity. Forum Society; Basketball; Class Treas- urer (1) ; Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Albany, associated with Dugan Bookstein. Twenty 193 6THE VERDICT Frank Anthony Dziduch 204 Church Sired. Amsterdam. Amsterdam High School, Union College. Barristers. Expects to practice at Amsterdam. A NT] ION y Fa i.cone 515 Bacon Street, Utica. New York Military Academy, Peddic Preparatory School, Gettysburg Acad- emy, St. Lawrence University. Sigma Pi. Chancery. Ex| ects to practice at Utica, associated with Salvador J. Capecelatro. 193 6 7 'wenty-on:'THE VERDICT David Berber. B.S. in Econ. 668 Western Avenue, Albany. Albany Academy, University of Penn sylvania. Kappa Nu. Trustees' second Prize (2); Justinian; Editor-in-Chief. Law Review Board; Chancery. Expects to practice at Albany. George Mitchell Keinberg, Pii.B. Bennington, Vermont. Bennington High School. University of Vermont. Phi Sigma Delta. Basketball; Devil's Own. Expects to practice at Albany. Twenty-two ----------------------------------1 9 3 6THE VERDICT Dominick Luciana Gabrielli 5 IVilson Avenue, Bath. Haverling High School, Clarkson Insti- tute of Technology, St. Lawrence Uni- versity. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. President, h'oruni Society (2); Law Re- view Board; Co-Chairman Senior Dance Committee: Chancery. Expects to practice at Bath, associated with Wilbur F. Knapp. Charles Griswold Mane, A.B. 22.5 Church Street. Herkimer. Herkimer High School. Union College. Chancei)r. Expects to practice at Herkimer, associa- ted with C. P». I lane. Twenty-three •19 3 6------------------------------------THE VERDICT Julian Richard Hanley Perry. Perry High School, Colgate University. Phi Gamma Delta. Justinian; Law Review Board; Eorum Society; Chancellor, Chancery. Expects to practice at Perry, associated with Erwin Hanley. John Raleigh Heilman, Jk.. A.B. 681 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn. Erasmus Hall, Cornell University. Pi Kappa Phi. Verdict Board; Basketball; Chancery. Twenty-four 19 3 6THE VERDICT Thomas Tracy I-Ienky, A.B. LoudonviUc. DcVVitt Clinton High School, University of Pennsylvania, Middlebury College. Chi Psi. Faculty Prize (1); Patents Prize (2); Forum Society; Editor, Verdict Hoard; Basketball; Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Albany. Walter James Hogan 10 South William Street, Johnstown. Johnstown High School, Georgetown University. New York University. Commencement Activities Committee; Basketball; Devil’s Own. Twenty-five 19 3 6-----------------------------------—THE VERDICT Willard Warner Holbrook Spencer port. Spenceri ort High School, University of Rochester. Theta Delta Chi. Forum Society; Basketball: Chancery. Expects to practice at Rochester, associa- ted with Holbrook Barrett. Henry Seymour Howard, A.B. Wadding ton. Waddington Union Free School, Hemp- stead High School, University of Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi. Forum Society; Chancery. Expects to practice in Northern New York. Twenty-six 19 3 6THE VERDICT Roger Gilbert Hughes, A.B. Oneonta. Little Falls High School. Onconta High School, Hartwick College. Alpha Kap- pa Epsilon. Class Treasurer (3) ; Barristers. Expects to practice at Onconta. James Redkiei.d Ingram. A.B. 75 Main Street, Potsdam. Albany High School. Cornell University. Pi Kappa Phi. Chancery. Expects to practice in Northern New York. Twenty-seven 1 9 3 6------------------------------;—THE VERDICT Verner Merritt Ingram, A.B. 75 Main Street, Potsdam. Albany High School, Cornell University. Pi Kappa Phi. Chancery. Expects to practice in Northern New York. Boleslaw Stanley Kilian, A.P». 2 Sheldon Street. Schenectady. Schenectady High School, Union College. Class Secretary (3); Law Review Board. Barristers. Twenty-eight 19 3 6THE VERDICT William Roger Killeen, A.B. 25 Eagle Street, Schenectady. Schenectady High School, Union College. Delta Upsilon. Barristers. Expects to practice at Schenectady. Paul Philip Levin, A.B. 112 Washington Street. Troy. Troy High School, Cornell University. Phi Epsilon Pi. Chancery. Twenty-nine 19 3 6-------------------------------—THE VERDICT Francis Joshimi Maher 49 Fairview Street, Ouconta. Oneonta High School, Hart wick College. Alpha Kappa Epsilon. Forum Society; Barristers. John West Martin. A.B. 44 Albemarle Street, Rochester. West High School. University of Roches- ter. Psi Upsilon. Chancery. Expects to practice at Rochester, as- sociated with Dwyer. Reilly. Roberts. McLouth Dicker. Thirty 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT Robert Jksse McDowell Cohocton. Cohocton Union 11 i li School, Univer- sity «f Alabama. Barristers. Expects to practice at Rochester. George Handley Mercer, A.B. •12 Plotvcr City Park, Rochester. W est High School, University of Michi- gan. Sigma Delta Psi. Basketball; Chancery. Expects to practice at Rochester. Thirty-one 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT John Brennan Mowry, A.B. M exico. Mexico Academy and High School, Cornell University. Seal Serpent. Forum Society; Basketball; President, Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Syracuse. Francis Arthur Niles, B.S. 2 Hast Street, Oneonta. Hartwick Academy, Gettysburg College. Theta Kappa Nu. Basketball; Class Vice-President (1); Devil’s Own Expects to practice at Cobleskill, associ- ated with William H. Golding. Thirty-two 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT Joseph Sampson ()lender. A.B. 31 Lincoln Avenue, Amsterdam. Amsterdam High School. Union College. Kappa Nu. Saxton Scholarship (1. 2. 3); Forum Society: Barristers. Expects to practice at Amsterdam. Allison Potter Olson. A.B. 311 Lincoln Street, Jam: stolen. Jamestown High School. University of Alabama. Phi Iota Sigma. Trustees’ Second Prize (2); Justinian; Law Review Board; Vice-President, Barristers. Expects to practice at Jamestown. Thirty-three 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT James Richmond Page, A.B. 508 IV. Sullivan Street, Olean. Olean High School, Colgate University. Theta Chi. Class Secretary (1); Treasurer (2); Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Olean. James Anthony Pitkello 151 Lexington Avenue, Mount Kisco. Mount Kisco High School. Manhattan Preparatory School. Duqucsne Univer- sity. Alpha Phi Delta. Barristers. Expects to practice at Mount Kisco. associated with Stanley E. Anderson. 'thirty-four 19 3 6THE VERDICT John Joseph Ryan, A.B. 64 Oakzvood Street, Albany. Manhattan Preparatory School, Man- hattan College. Phi Rho Pi. Trustees’ Third Prize (1): Justinian: Law Review Board; Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Albany. Stephen Vincent Ryan, Jr., E.E. 1116 Madison Avenue, Albany. Albany High School, Rensselaer Poly- technic Institute. New York State Teachers College. Alpha Tau Omega. Forum Society: Vice-President. Devil’s Own. Expects to practice in New York City. Thirty-five 19 3 6THE VERDICT Kusskll Lloyd Sandiiolzer, A.B. 69 Coitchman Avenue, Rochester. Charlotte High School, Syracuse Uni- versity. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Vice-President, Porum Society; Basket- ball ; Chairman, Senior Dance Com- mittee ; Chancery. Expects to practice at Rochester. William Keeler Sanford Loudonvillc. Hoosac School, Albany Academy, Uni- versity of Virginia. Theta Delta Chi. Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Albany, associated with Roll in B. Sanford. Thirty-six —-----------------------------1 9 3 6THE VERDICT Albert Joseph Sciieibly 919 Sixth Street, Rensselaer. Christian Brothers Academy, Manhattan College. Business Manager, Verdict Board; Dev- il's Own. Expects to practice at Rochester, assoc! ated with Philip II. Donnelly. Lyman Chester Snui rs Avoca. Avoca High School, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Syracuse University. Vice-President. Forum Society; Class Secretary (2) ; Commencement Activi- ties Committee; Chancery. Expects to practice at Bath. 19 3 6 Thirty-sevenTHE VERDICT Morris Silverman 147 Pawling Avenue, Troy. Haaren High School, New York Uni- versity. Barristers. Robert Clermonte Tennant. B.S. 188 Main Street, Cooperstown. Cooperstown High School, Hamilton College. Chi Psi. Devil’s Own. Expects to practice at Cooperstown, as sociated with C. G. Tennant. Thirly-ciylit 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT Bernard Knowles Truix, A.B. 246 Schuyler Street, Palmyra. Palmyra High School, University of Rochester. Chancery. Harold Francis Tucker Plattsburg. Plattsburg High School, Brown Univer- sity. Basketball; Class President (3); Chanc- ery. Ex|x. cts to practice at Plattsburg. Thirty-nine 1 9 3 6THE VERDICT Alfred Charles Turino, A.B. 369 72ml Street, Brooklyn. Erasmus Hall, James Madison High School, Colgate University. Alpha Tan Omega. Forum Society; Basketball; Class Presi- dent (2) ; Devil’s Own. Expects to practice in New York City, associated with Putney. Twombly Hall. John Joseph Walsh, A.B. 714 Charlotte Street, Utiea. Utica Free Academy. Hamilton College. Delta Sigma Rho. Secretary. Forum Society (2); President Forum Society (3); Cardo .o Prize Debate, first (2) ; Chancery. Instructor in Government, and Debate Director. College of Saint Rose. Expects to practice at Utica, associated with Sisson Hartness. Forty —--------------------------19 3 6THE VERDICT James Alexander Warren, A.B. 22 Frelcifjh Place. Coxsackie. Coxsackie High School, Albany Academy. Yale University. Alpha Chi Rho. Law Review Board; Barristers. Expects to practice at Coxsackie. Elk an ah David Wiley 4S Dove Si reel, Abany. Lisbon halls, Me. High School. Falconer High School. University of Nebraska. Barristers. Forty-one 1 9 3 6----------------------------------------THE VERDICT Karl Alfred Wohlgemuth St. Johnsvillc. Canajoharie High School, St. Lawrence University. Phi Sigma Kappa. Forum Society; Barristers. PRESENTING: » THE CLASS BABY « DONAHUE (perc ct fils) Miciiaki. Thomas Donohue, Jr. Born March 5. 1935. Forty-two ------------------------------------1 9 3 6THE VERDICT NOCTURNE Ni ht Falls on New Scotland Avenue 19 3 6CLASS OF 1937 THE VERDICTTHE VERDICT Class of 1937 Henry Blakeslee Barker, B.S., Dartmouth College John Joseph Biscone, Niagara University . Byron Gregory Brewster, A.B., Georgetown University Robert Cook Broadfoot, University of Virginia . James Graham Burke, A.B., Union College Maurice Zachary Carr, Temple University Anthony Pasquale Ciofit. A.B.. Union College Owen Donald Connolly, A.B., Colgate University Leonard Walton Cramer. B.S., Syracuse University Thomas Joseph Crowley, A.B., Union College James David Curry, A.B.. St. Bonaventure College William Albert DeMattko, A.B., Union College Edward Shanly Dermody, E.S., Fordham University . Nicholas DiMarco, Union College .... Mark Filley, A.B., Williams College .... Arnold Joseph Friedman, A.B., Union College . Henry Sanford Gould, A.B., Lehigh University . James Terrence Griffin, B.S., Notre Dame University Vincent James Grilli, Niagara University . Seymour Clinton Hand, B.S., Middlebury College Ambrose Michael Hasso, A.B., Catholic University . John Martin Henley, Syracuse University Neil Hesson, Jr.. Union College . . . . James Henry Horan, A.B., Union College . John Francis Kennedy. Fordham University Sigmund Stanley Klukiewicz, University of Alabama Lionel Everett Krohn, Hartwick College . James Robert Lannon, Notre Dame University . Charles Rankin Leggett, B.S., Neu York University Sanford Julius Livingston. A.M., N.V.S.T. College . . Watertown Ravcna Elizabethtown . Oneonta Cohoes Cohoes . . T roy . Troy Cherry Valley Schenectady Blue Mt. I-akc Schenectady Cohocton Schenectady . Troy . Amsterdam . Albany . . Rome Canastota . Gloversvillc . Troy Syracuse Watervliet Oswego . Cohoes Syracuse . Utica Norwich Chestertown . Troy 19 3 6 Forty-fiveTHE VERDICT Eugene Patrick Lynch, B.S., University of So. Calif. Morton Morace Z. Lynn, St. Laurence University William Charles MacMillen, Jr., Williams College . Robert Frederick Meyers, B.S., N.Y.S.T. College Walter Robert Morgan, Jr., Ohio State University Jason Saxe Morrow, A.B., Hamilton College Amos DeLany Moscrip, Jr.. University of Alabama Deland Francis Mousaw, B.S., St. Laurence University George Fred Murphy, Union College ..... John Dalwin Niles, Union College ..... Albert Joseph O'Connor, A.B., Holy Cross College Robert Earl Pa ye, B.S., Middlebury College Boris Radoyevich, A.B., Union College .... Charles Wellington Randolph, A.B., Lord ham University James Robert Reed, A.B., Niagara University Paul Vincent Reed, A.B., Niagara University Thomas Clements Remsen, Union College Charles Sidney Ringwood, Rensselaer Poly. Institute Pierce Hull Russell, A.B., Williams College Percy Blake Saunders, A.B., Hamilton College . Martin Schenck, A.B.. Yale University .... Edward Moses Segal, St. Johns University Richard Harold Siiepp, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gerald Robert Stoddard, Queens University Frederick Woodard Thompson, Syracuse University . Robert Lewis Townsend, Lafayette College Leonard Hall Warren, A.B., Yale University Ralph Everett Wickins, University of Rochester Carey Dean Winne, A.B., II art wick College Merton Leonard Zubres, Union College .... Saratoga Springs Rochester T roy Hudson Rochester Albany . Eagle Bridge Schroon Lake . Schenectady Scotia . Rome Malone St. James Albany . Canandaigua . Canandaigua Hudson Falls T roy Troy Clinton Albany Brooklyn . Cooperstown Rochester Wolcott Poughkeepsie Coxsackie Scottsville Milford . Albany Forty-six •1 9 3 6THE VERDICT Class Officers—1938 BYRON GREGORY BREWSTER President LEONARD WALTON CRAMER .... Vice-President I AMES TERRENCE GRIFFIN . Secretary JAMES DAVID CURRY . . Treasurer Class Officers—1937 FRANK JOSEPH CUMMISKEY President WILLIAM EDWARD PEARSON .... Vice-President JOHN THOMAS RAINEY Secretary WILLIAM CHARLES BELL. JR Treasurer 19 3 6THE VERDICT Forty-eight 19 3 6 CLASS OF 1938THE VERDICT Class of 1938 Arthur Arnold Arms, Jr.. Colgate University George Jay Auer, Jr.. A.B.. Tufts College Nicholas James Barry, Niagara University William Charles Bell, Jr.. University of Alabama . Patrick Joseph Ben fonte, A.B., Colgate James Sebastian Bonfiglio, University of Kentucky Thomas Alexander Campbell, Jr., Syracuse University James Joseph Carney, Manhattan College William John Casazza. A.B., Notre Dame University Arnold Goodwin Chapman. Jr.. A.B.. Princeton University Frank Vincent Ciionski, A.B., Union College . Harry Stephen Christenson, Jr.. Manhattan College David Joseph Chuckrow. A.B., Cornell Michael Angelo Cipollo, M.A., Columbia University . Lawrence Van Zandt Clark, A.B., Notre Dame University Sf.th Toby Cole. Jr., A.B., Union College Lawrence Henry Cooke, B.S., Georgetown University Anthony Coppola. A.B., Union College . Schuyler Ernest Corntiiwaite, A.B.. Dartmouth College Fred Dauciiy Covert, A.B., Brown University Frank Joseph Cummiskey, B.S., Villanova College . Victor D’Aijamo, B.S., Lafayette College Richard Harold Dawson. St. Bonavcnture College William James Delles, A.B., Union College Newton Dusinberre Deuel, A.B., Cornell University . James William Dolan, A.B., New York State Teachers Francis James Donahue. A.B.. Middlcbury College . Worth Fletcher Fenner, Cornell University William Henry Fitzgerald, II. A.B.. Union College Harry Birch Franchere, M.D., Tufts College John Wesley Hacker, Union College George Norman Haithwaite, A.B., Hartwick College Louis Francis Haney, Ph.B., Notre Dame University Seward Emory Hanmer, A.B., Williams College Oriskany Bronxville Albany . Troy Fairport Jamestown Pulaski Palmer Albany . Albany Albany Albany Troy . Albany Rensselaer Albany Monticcllo . Schenectady . Ballston Spa .Averill Park Troy Endicott . Olean . Schenectady . Pine Plains Albany Middlcbury, Vt. Hartford Goshen Altamont Albany . Amsterdam Newark Massena 193 6 Forty-nineTHE VERDICT Frank Seymour Higgins, A.B., Union College Ralph Oliver Hofffman, Union College . James Stuart Holden. A.IE. Dartmouth College Charles Seth Hopkins. A.B.. Alfred University Richard William Hopkins, A.B., Cornell University Francis Ciianler Hoyt, University of Chicago . Stanley Alfred Hughes, Syracuse University . Thomas Hafey Ivory, Notre Dame University Charles Seth Hopkins, A.IE, Alfred University William Francis Kearney, Jr., Notre Dame University Joseph John Knapp, Noire Dame University Charles Wesley Lanning, Jr., Harvard College . Frederick William Loomis, A.IE, Hartwick College . Lyman Spalding McCabe, Harvard College Daniel John McCall. A.IE. Manhattan College Orman Henry McConvii.le, Union College . Duncan Scott McNab, A.IE. Union College . Harold Massey, A.B., Hamilton College William Edward Miller, A.IE, Notre Dame University Gerald Rocco Molinari, A.IE, Notre Dame University Martin Anthony Murray, St. Joseph's Seminary Robert Benjamin Nellis, A.B., Hobart Thomas Dennis Nolan, Union College William Edward Pearson, A.IE, Georgetown University John Thomas Rainey, A.IE, Notre Dame University John deGroot Rawson, A.B., Williams Cotuge . Henry Milton Rebeck. A.IE. Syracuse University Albert Anthony Ricciardf.lli, Union College . James Francis Riley, Jr., A.IE, St. Bonaventure College Charles Herbert Robson, A.B., N.Y. State Teachers Colleg John Francis Ryan, Union College .... Norman Henry Selke, A.IE. University of Rochester . Edmund Leo Shea, Dartmouth College Jack Amos Shea, A.IE, Dartmouth College . Vincent Martin Sheehan, Holy Cross College . Samuel Nathaniel Sherman, A.IE, Harvard College . Joseph Dormer Stephen, A.IE. Harvard College . . Schenectady Chatham Bennington, Vt. Olcan . Troy Antwerp Camden Norwich Mi ne ville Albany . Sidney Coopcrstown Oneonta White Plains New York City . Ogdensburg . Schenectady . Rome Lockport Oneonta T roy Rochester Mechanicville . Ogdensburg Troy . Glens Falls Waverly . Glens Falls Hudson Dansville Troy Rochester Lake Placid I .ake Placid Albany . Schenectady Saranac Lake Fifty 19 3 6THE VERDICT Robert Crak; Stewart, A.B.. University of Rochester George William Stroebel, Jr., A.B.. Union College Bruce Randall Sullivan, A.B., Colgate University Michael Emmett Sweeney, Ml. St. Mary’s College . George Leo Taylor, B.S., N.Y. State Teachers College . Vincent Thomas Tracy. A.B.. Holy Cross College William Richardson Van Campen. Jr.. Alfred University John Francis Wacks, A.B., Notre Dame University Lawrence Francis Waldo. St. Lawrence University . Raymond Lawrence Wilcovitz, A.IF. Union College Joseph Aaron Woolman, A.B., Union College Paul Robert Young, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Raymond Joseph Zierak, Union College . Churchville . Schenectady Albany Saratoga Springs Plattsburg Ballston Spa Belmont . Binghamton Canastota Albany T roy Cohoes Amsterdam 19 3 6 Fifty-oneTHE VERDICT The Justinian Society Maurice Thomas Brunner James Francis Carroll, Jr. David Ferrer Julian Richard Hanley Allison Potter Olson John Joseph Ryan l7acidly Members Harold 1). Alexander Andrew V. Clements Roland Ford Samuel M. Hesson Francis Kelli her Ralph E. Rogers Fifty-two -------------------------------19 3 6THE VERDICT The Law Review Board David Ferber ...... liditor-in-CJiief Associate Editors Maurice Thomas Brunner Thomas Joseph Crowley Edward Siianley Dermody Domenick Luciana Gabrielli Julian Richard Hanley Boleslaw Stanley Kilian Albert Joseph O'Connor Allison Potter Olson John Joseph Ryan Martin Schenck James Alexander Warren Carey Dean Winne Faculty Adviser Ralph E. Rogers ■l 9 3 6 Fifty-threeTHE VERDICT Devil’s Own John Brennan Mowry . Stephen Vincent Ryan . James Richmond Pace . Michael Thomas Donohue, Jr. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Hiram Smith Arthur James Francis Carroll, Jr. Allen Andrew Cass Myron Jay Cohn David William Corwin Michael Thomas Donohue, Jr. Daniel Joseph Dugan, Jr. George Mitchell Fienberg Thomas Tracy Heney Alfred Charles Walter James Hogan John Brennan Mowry Francis Arthur Niles James Richmond Page John Joseph Ryan Stephen Vincent Ryan William Keeler Sanford Albert Joseph Sciieibly Robert Clermonte Tennant Turino Faculty Members Andrew V. Clements Ralph E. 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