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Editor-in-C'l1'1'fjf . . .
Assomfate Ifflftor .
Book Review Editor .
Business Manager .
Stanley P. Barron
Rene A. Brassard
Francis W. Conlin
Sidney F. I-Ieimberg
Arnold H. Holt
Stanley W. Kronick
Paul F. Murray
. John C. Campbell
. Abraham Belilove
Thomas J. Duffy, Jr.
. Fordyce R. Downs
Charles H. Palmer
Vasilio P. Patsourakos
Ashley W. Rice
Stephen C. Struffolino
B. P. Sweeney, Jr.
Robert P. Tilton
.Kenneth D. Woodbury
Dean Homer L. Albers
Prof. Raymond C. Baldes
Prof. Harold M. Bowman
Prof. Erland B. Cook
Prof. John E. Harrigan
Dean Melvin M. Johnson
Charles A. Home
Prof. Charles P. Sherman
Prof. Frank L. Simpson
Prof. Orvil VV. Smith
Prof. Perley D. Smith, Jr.
Prof. Oscar Storer
FACULTY ADV ISORS
Elwood H. Hettrick
Guy V. Slade
The Law Review Staff is composed of high ranking
members of the two upper classes of the School of Law.
The publication was introduced to provide the students
with the opportunity to express their views, in signed
comment, on pertinent controversial questions in the
Ed i lor-i n-Chief
,Iolln C. Cu nlplrcll
field of law. The publication is issued four times during
the academic year and is divided into two sections, one
for noteworthy articles by prominent jurists and the
other for notes and comments. This latter is mainly for
the purpose of giving the students the opportunity to
voice their opinions regarding decisions of the leading
courts of law.
The publication was founded in 1921 to provide law
students with valuable experience in conducting legal
research. Many famous jurists as well as professo1's on
the faculty of leading law schools have contributed
articles to the Review.
l'uh40urnkuH. lxrunmk. Lnnl Vnlinn, Slruffnlino. Wilder
Sweeney. lll'll!'il'llll'll, 'l'iIlnn, Fncully Advisor Slade, Fucully Advisor llellrick. McAvoy. Wvomllmry
Young. l!llNilll'Mll Mnnnpzcr Downs, ll:-lilovc, Edilur Cumplnwll. Duffy. Mululz
L W RE IEW
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grams. But the main item on their very full calendar is
Prmizlent . . . . . Don Fife
Vice-I're.w1'1Icnt Ernest Troutncr
Secretary . Leonard Cowan
Treasurer . Charles VValker
Director Dr. James R. Houghton
F1RsT TnNoRs Gel-aldWilson
Carl Patton, Jr.
Lee Van Sickle
Robert T arr
J. A. Leatherman
Don IM. Fife
C harles Yvalker
The Seminary Singers Organization is composed of
thirty-four choristers, all students at the School of
Theology. Joining with the University Glee Clubs and
other choral groups they form the musical background
for University Convocations and Founders' Day Pro-
the annual tour of the Eastern Seaboard states.
On Friday, January 23, 1942, thirty-four Theologians
left Boston l'or a four thousand mile, eighteen-concert
tour. Concerts featuring sacred music chorus selections,
organ recitals and soloists were presented by the singers.
The first concert was sung on January 24 in New Ro-
chelle, New York, followed by asimilar one in Frederick,
At the nation's capital the singers presented three
services at the Eldhrooke Methodist Church, the Ta-
coma Park Baptist Church and the Brookland Metho-
dist Church. The group also performed in Anderson,
South Carolina. The itinerary in Florida consisted of
concerts in St. Augustine, Deland, Orlando, and Lake-
land. Continuing on through Florida, programs were
given in Miami and Lake Worth.
On the long trip home the Theologians stopped off
just long enough to sing at High Point, North Carolina
and Baltimore, Maryland. Tanned by the tropical sun,
the Singers returned to classes the middle of February.
lVIore than 551500 in contributions were received by the
group during their fifteen-day tour. The organization's
performance was so highly appreciated at its Miami
appearance that two separate donations of one hundred
dollars each was the result.
Vunrlu-is, Mil'llll1'I. Cownn. Nnrlhdnrfl. Viuring. Scrivnvr. llurwell. Courtney, Mullin. Bnnlon, Sluymukcr. flhilliibll!
Tnrlel, Olsen. Cox, Scully. Johnson. Schulz. Sn:-ury. Killurmun. Rankin. llnlemnh. Leulhermun, Fife
llnwu-n. Moore. Conway. Pnllnn, Young. Clarke. Profs-nnor llonghlnn, Reekurl. Heck. wilH0l'l. Ash, Mnlxcrry, llluuk
SEMI ARY SINGERS
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Slnepln-rll. llnvullvuiull, Guild
Idlllflil'-ill-fllllllff Dianna Der llovzuiesian '43
.flssor-inte l'Irl1'tor . liyclin D. Shephercl '43
1,7'0!llll'fI'0ll. Qllllllllfjlfl' .... Nlury llorrn '43
.flssorffrltlf l,I'0lllIl'tiUIl illrlrlrlyvr l5zu'lmrzL Cl. Guilcl '43
llll4l1'l' an new mul lively slull, the Clilllor has really
hegun to hlossom oul. into what it was originally in-
tencleml to he--:L llClJ2l,l'l.IIlClllJl.l news sheet clevotecl to
hoth humor uncl straight news. Serious interviews,
student, opinions, light verse, eluh news mul announce-
ments :incl an gossip column are l.0il,l.llI'l'll.
1,I'l?SI-fll'Ilt . Clmrles lVIekelnLos '42
V1'1-1'-1'r1'.v1'1lm:t . . Saul ,Lerner '43
Sc'1'rz'tr1ry . . . Nina J. Marruzzi '43
Tl'l'llSllI'l'I' Donulcl li. B2l.I'liil,l1 '43
Founllecl p1'inuu'ily for those students with an interest
in ehemisLry, Chemin has grown to :Ln amazing size
since its 0l'gil.lllZZl,lQlOll in IQQ5. The society fosters inter-
est. in ehemisl.ry hy zmequuinting the students with the
:ulvunee ol' chemistry in hoth the efluc:1.tional mul inclus-
Ginnnurulum, lhwvinnon, Ilunninen. llelnwrl. Kyllnnen, Gilehul. Ileleluwr, Cruunleuf, Fuer, KIIIZ, I'ripzol. Keluknu
Lyle. Glover. Sllnpiro. Yulen. 'llfilillllllllkiih Mirlmpoulon. 0'Uonm-ll. Sluwchnn, Cusllenunl. llillun. Chrinlnplmr. Mrs. Fincher
l'ul.l,ur:-null, Urunmwr. Dr. Aller. Truunurlzr Hnrkun. Vice-l'ru-siflmll Lerner, l'rusidenl M1-kelulos. Su-erulury Mxurrllzzi. Ur. Ilolmen. Ilcrluzzoni, .lueksun
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