Boston University - HUB Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1942

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MEMBERS AND OFFICERS President .... V'f!fU-Ijf6.9'flf6'7l't . Secretary . . f V I ruusurcr Organized in 1915 as a working society by which a small group of students might better study the funda- mental principles of law, Woolsack has since developed into the honorary scholastic society of the School of Law. Seeking a name which would properly imply the ideals, standards and purposes of the organization, Dr. Frank L. Simpson, founder of the group chose "Wool- sack." The VVoolsack. upon which have sat each of the Lord Chancellors of England since the days of Queen Elizabeth, is recognized as a symbol of the majesty, the erudition and the integrity of British law. Election to Woolsack is regarded as the highest honor which can be bestowed upon a student at the School of Law. Membership is restricted to those seniors who have distinguished themselves by outstand- ing scholastic achievement, irreproachable ethical characteristics, leadership ability and professional interest. Students who meet the exacting requirements of the society are extended conditional membership in the early part of their senior year. If the high scholastic record upon which conditional membership is given is upheld throughout the year, permanent membership is granted in May. VVoolsack's purpose is to establish the importance of scholarship as a component to the practical aspects of the legal profession and to foster a spirit of profes- . Rene A. Brassard John F. Campbell, Jr. Abraham Belilove Stephen C. Struffolino sional brotherhood among the students at the School of Law. To materialize its ideals, VVoolsack sponsors a well organized program of round table discussions each year. Student members meet with prominent alumni and discuss vital problems confronting the practising attorney. Through these group meetings, students are afforded the opportunity to express their views on pertinent controversial problems of the day, to hear what experienced lawyers think about these questions and to form more significant legal opinions concerning them. In addition to maintaining high academic standards, members of Woolsack have gained recognition by parti- cipation in extra-curricular activities both at the School of Law and in the University as a whole. Wool- sack men have been prominent in the publication of the Boston University Law Review, quarterly legal maga- zine, many rising to high staff positions. Numerous class oflieers, members of the School of Law Student Council and the University Student Council have been awarded membership in Woolsack. VVoolsack can list among its alumni many men who have been highly successful in their chosen fields, men respected as practising attorneys, judges on State and Federal benches and men who have been elected to responsible local and national governments. Seerelury llulilnvu., Presielenl llrusrulrml, Vice-l'r1-siclenl Culnpln-ll. 'l'rl-insurer Slruffnlino WOOLSACK A M761

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Lola Z. Adelstein Ruth D. Albaum Xlice G. Cornell Evelyn A. Dol Helen Hite MEMBERS Dorothy Dawson zer hter SENIORS Evelyn M. Gla Kathryn T. Ric Mary V. Sweeney Sornomomcs lertelsen off Dorothea Y. l Elaine Fine Anne Gardner Mary Jane Ma in Roslyn E. Levine Jean l". Marks G. Estelle Reemie mbinson clntosh Grace lt. Mai Josephine llancatore ililizabeth J. Sargent Harriet W. Rc .IUN1o1zs Carol E. Brown Dorothy Slepiau l l in 1931 by a group ol' Phi Mu Epsilon was lounm .ee . women students ol' the University's College ol' Miisic. It is an honorary music society which has as its purpose the promotion of social life and the maintenence ol' high scholastic standards among the women ol' the College. In order to be eligible for membership in the so- rority, the candidate must have a scholastic rating in the upper third of the school, must show superior musical ability and possess high standards of conduct and leadership. At a special assembly held in October, the candi- , , , ll I , , , resident Vice-I rcsldcnl dates for membership were presented to the laculty and Mice G. C,,,.m,Il g.jwlv,, A, pullou- , , , 1. J ,. ,, . ' students and thc. Faculty Iatroness, Miss Helen 5. Secretary .rmmmmr Leavitt, spoke briefly about the ideals ot a musician. Jenn F. Mm-ks lhuh Alhnum The new members were initiated in November and were feted at a formal banquet held in the Hotel Vendome. Riehler, Mnelntueeh. Robinson. lluwson. Ilurlelnen.. Gluzer Slupiun. Brown. Munn. Grillo, Kruvilz, Gurslner. Runenlnre ' - . D rlluff, Presiclenl, Cornell, Corresponding Sl-erelnry .Mll-lulein, Levin:- n4,Viee-l'rcsulull 4 llile, Rucnrnling Seerelury Malrk l Q75 PHI M EPSILO l

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OFFI C ERS President . . . . Mr lf7I:CL'-1,'I'0S'l:Ill?I1f . . Secretary . . . I Y I rcasurcr MEMBER Margaret Allen Mrs. Hazel Bundy Jean Coleman Marry Connor Cleo Fisher Mary Hartnett Hilda Holman Anne Hande lVIrs. .Laura Leonard s. Monrovia C. Sweet . Malile Peterson Nfarjorie Chapman S Mary J. Nugent Nlarguerite ltaffert Marie Ready Irene Russell Clara Sesson Doris Spencer Bernice Sylvester Pauline Stuart Founded at the University ol' Nlissouri in 1917 through the merger ol' seven local educational sorori- ties, Pi Lambda Theta has since developed into the nationally recognized honorary educational scholastic society for women. There are five distinct purposes which the sorority has undertaken to achieve: CID to foster a professional attitude and to establish l1igh scholastic standards among women students ol' eclucationg KQD to secure and maintain an abiding interest in educational affairsg to stimulate research in the field of educationg QLD to promote a spirit of fellowship among women in the professiong and 15D to formulate a conception of educa- tion adapted to women and to advocate changes in the ' ' ' ' " t' in of universities which would tonal administia ll men students. educa 1 conf 1 ' l' T interests ol' wo orm to the dcmanc ing., President Vice-Presitlenl Monrovia ll. Sweet Luuru K. Leonu rd , . I rea:-iurer Nlurjc . . :rue l.llupnmn M wrey, ,Iolnn-ilonc. Selliullls, lllllnpllreyn, Cowen ' S llivnn Clurinliulmun, Curllulul 0 ' ' l ml. Sweet, l' u , llnlun, View-I resu 4 277 1 PI LAMBD THET

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