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■V+MESBiaiaSfc v. T kL m l) m w Copyright 1931 William E. McCain, Edit or -in -C h ie f. William E. Deering, Business Manager. DOCKET 19 3 1 V Sditell qjadL VmblisKedbM the u Senior Class MU© NAIL UNIVERSltTY LAW SCHOOL 11)asWigtoB,BLCo Of law there can be no less acknowledged than that her voice is the harmony of the world. — Hooker. FOREWORD ▼ T he Staff has prepared the 1931 Docket with a view of chronicling, to be placed in the archives for reminiscence, those things that took place during our three happy years at dear old National University, 1928 to 1931. Every effort has been put forth to make this the best college annual ever pub- lished at this School. When readers peruse it in years to come, we hope they will be tol- erant of all sins of commission and omission therein. Editor-in-Chief. DEDICATION ▼ T 0 the Honorable Glenn Willett. Professor of Legal Liability, Law of Contracts, and Judge of the Moot Court of National University, the Class of 1931 most affectionately and sincerely dedicates the Docket. CONTENTS ▼ VIEWS FACULTY SENIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS FRATERNITIES ADVERTISERS “You can’t fell trees without some chips; You can’t achieve without some slips; Unless you try you’ll wonder why Good fortune seems to pass you by. Success is not for those who quail ; She gives her most to those who fail And then with courage twice as great Take issue once again with fate. ’Tis better far to risk a fall Than not to make attempt at all.” My Alma Mater My Alma Mater, mother of my deeds, To thee I’m debtor; for to thee I turned For useful knowledge and the arts man needs, — And duty, service, wisdom, — these I learned. Before thy altars, bowed in earnest quest, I sought the way to shape my destiny; Today remembrance makes of me a guest Within the sacred walls that honored me. The biased world, the cloven tongues of slaves, And minds once bound in fetters of distress; Turn friends, not foes, to her who learning gave And view the temple, light and truth to bless. Bright star that guides the sailor far at night, Throughout the boundless realm where wild waves plajq Has kinship in this sweet maternal light That shines to guide mankind in every way. To him who hails thee as a faithful guide, And follows where thy councils point the end, No day will have regretful tears to hide For seeking preparation from a friend. Forget thy precepts, or thy creed engrave, Or turn to naught thy high instruction plan? I’d lose myself in folly, as a knave, Did I not use my talents like a man. Light clears the way in all of time’s turmoil, Faith crowns bold effort with a force unseen, And Hope, with mandates shorn of rugged toil, Exalts the Alma Mater man a Dean ! Victor P. Hammer. ,.? -d i . ‘ i T» eds, m dot. s- : w w time ! mmed F .. Lpowlr ! " v ami the a- ' ■ nan needs .- i duty si- rv wisdom, ‘hem f learned. • a for? tn altars, bowed in earnest quest, -ough? the way to shape my dest ny ; . .• -emembrance makes of mo a ww a v .thin the sacred walls that honored me. w ’ wed world, the cloven tongues of slaves. Is once bound in fetters »f distress: fr rids, not foes, to her who warning gave nd v die temple, light and truth to bless. Br-i.r! -’tar that guides the s dm far at night. Fhroughout the boundless realm v her - wild waves play lias kinship In this sweet maternal light That shines to guide mankind in every way. . To him bo nuiW the - as a faithful guide, i i Toiiows wh«-n; thy councils point the end. No rk y will have regretful tears to hide w W W r m lion from a friend. : •. , , pr or thy creed engrave, t ■ ■ a. rent thy high instruction plan? 1 d Li. e ■ : - • a i in folly, as a knave, Did 1 flat use my talents like a mmn. Light clears ;h war in all li Line ' s irmoil, Faith crowns bold effort with a force unseen, And Hope, with mandates shorn of rugged toil, Exaiis the Alma Mater man a Dean! Vn run P Fammek, V)( EWS Horydozak © © Horydozak Horydozak George Washington Masonic Memorial © Horydozak i.y ' -» Supreme Court United States Standing Harlan F. Stone George Sutherland Pierce Butler Owen J. Roberts Sitting James Clark McReynolds Oliver Wendell Holmes Charles Evans Hughes, Chief Justice Willis Van Devanter Louis Dembitz Brandeis © Harris ifc Rician “Within your stately walls has come to pass The realization of our fondest hope, Our wildest dream.” THE HONORABLE PATRICK J. HURLEY Secretary of War Honorary Member of the Class of 1931 k! ECRETARY OF WAR PATRICK JAY HURLEY, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was unanimously selected as Honorary Member of the Class of 1931, National University. Secretary Hurley graduated from the National University with degree of LL.B., June, 1908; was born January 8, 1883, in the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory (now Okla- homa) ; A.B., Indian University (now Bacone College), Bacone, Indian Territory, 1905; studied at George Washington University in 1912, ad- mitted to Oklahoma Bar in 1908 and began prac- tice at Tulsa; admitted to Bar Supreme Court of L T nitea States in 1912; national attorney for Choc- taw Nation, 1912-1917; captain, Cavalry, Indian Territory Volunteer Militia 1902-1907; captain, Oklahoma National Guard, 1914-1917 ; major and lieutenant colonel, United States Army, World War, 1917-1919; participated in Meuse-Argonne, Aisne-Marne, and St. Mihiel offensives and de- fensive sector operations of American Expedi- tionary Forces; decorated D. S. M. (United States) and cited for gallantry in action; as judge advocate of the Sixth Army Corps he negotiated agreement between Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and American Expedi- tionary Forces, 1919; colonel, United States Re- serve; Oklahoma delegate at large to Republican National Convention in 1924; chairman, Repub- lican State convention, Oklahoma, 1926; assisted in organization of United States Chamber of Commerce, 1912; member. American and Okla- homa State Bar Associations, American Legion, and Sigma Chi. Appointed by President Hoover as Secretary of War December 9, 1929. Dean Ckarles Francis Carusi 1873-1931 Hl-T is with sincere regrets that the Class of 1931 records the passing of our beloved Chancellor and Dean, Charles F. Carusi. The student body at National joins with the community at large in mourning the death of Charles Francis Carusi, Chancellor of the University and Dean of the Law Faculty. Citizen, soldier, lawyer and educator, Mr. Carusi had earned the admiration and esteem of his fellow men to such a degree that our loss is shared by the nation. He was our guiding spirit and our inspiring example. His leadership and ability charted the course which we at the National have humbly endeavored to follow. Service to others, unselfish devotion to duty and a broad- visioned interest in matters of civic endeavor and in the realm of education made Mr. Carusi’s work a memorable and outstanding achievement. He devoted more than thirty years of his life to the National University. His progress towards worthy effort and lasting results became symbolic of the progress of the Law School, which grew from nine in- structors and two hundred students in 1900 to sixty-nine in- structors and eleven hundred students in 1931. Every sub- ject from the history of common law pleading to the intrica- cies of modern international law came within the scope of his discerning interest. He had the rare gift of a natural born ability to impart knowledge to others. Eminently just in his conceptions, fair and sympathetic in dealing with his fellow men, liberal and patriotic, Mr. Carusi has rendered a lasting service. Born in Washington, May 19, 1873, Mr. Carusi spent practically all of his life here excepting a brief period when he practiced law in New York and during the time he served as a volunteer in the Spanish American War. In mourning our loss we look forward to guidance by the example he has given us to follow. Senator Sterling J|[t is with regret that the Class of 1931 records the passing of Thomas Sterling, LL.M., Professor of Surety- ship ; Former United States Senator from South Dakota; Former Dean of the South Dakota State University College of Law. Dean Hayden Johnson o N February 21, 1931, the trustees of National University, at a regular meeting, selected Mr. Hayden Johnson, who has been one of the outstanding professors of National University Law School, to be the Chancellor of the University and Dean of the Law School, succeeding to the duties of the late Charles Francis Carusi. The Class of 1931, the under-grad- uates of the University, and the mem- bers of the faculty extend a hearty welcome to our new Chancellor and Dean. We wish him the best of suc- cess in his new offices. JOHN L. CASSIN, LL.M. Assistant Dean of the Law School Secretary to the Board of Trustees An Ode to tke Faculty Carusi the Dean did at first make us welcome, Our GUARDIAN IN INFANCY promised to be. He briefly defined and outlined the curriculum ; Made it so simple we thought we could see. As fledglings we sought for the law ' s erudition, Prof. Patterson gave us the book to peruse, ' Twas Lawson on contracts, the whole third edition, INCORPOREAL HEREDITAMENTS explained he, his views Prof. Willet informed us there could be no killing. The act of a murder but hastened decease. The CARPENTERS SIX. Then gave us a drilling, When hearing our MOTIONS, he left us in peace. Our minds were a muddle of strange contradiction. Judge Hatfield the Jurist then MADE HIMSELF CLEAR, Explaining the mazes of LEX JURISDICTION, Obeying its maxims, we’d nothing to fear. Prof. Peyser the learned, RUSHED INTO THE LIBRARY, Its tomes he was searching some volume to find; A precedent ruling in legal quandary, When read to a jury, meant changing its mind. Then came the PREMISE, both MAJOR and MINOR, Prof. Myers defined and CONCLUSION he taught. He read from a record, “AD LIBITUM LIBER”. And gave a summation of all that he thought. Then TREASON was taught us by Professor Wheatley, At first we were puzzled to know the intent, But when he defined and explained it completely, It dawned on our reason just what he had meant. SPECIFIC INTENT was expounded by Gordon, The Judge who is versed in defining the laws, Who knows by perception that criminals harden And oft find evasion detecting its flaws. That DAMAGE TO FIXTURES, by Barse the Professor, Were never COGNIZABLE when on review, IF OWNED ULTRA VIRES or by antecessor. Whatever the meaning, we thought it was true. That SURETYSHIP EVIDENCE NEVER WAS PROVEN, By merely HEARSAY, was a standardized rule, By Professor Bastian into our thoughts grooven. He stated it plainly before the whole school. A NOTE THAT WAS GIVEN FOR LEASE TERMINATED, A REMEDY quite CUMULATIVELY LIED. Thus Professor Edelin oft intimated, And gave us a lot of his knowledge beside. That GOD-LIKE THE TORT in our right to be waiving, Professor O’Donnell taught it was our due. ’Twas also our part in an upright behaving, To then IN ASSUMPSIT, to cite and to SUE. Then came a new subject by Professor Taylor, Who taught us to PROBATE a back TATTOOED WILL, When made by testator, attested by sailor And FILED with a wedding, which gave us a thrill. Professor Mohundro taught us to be cautious, And ever to use EXTRAORDINARY CARE, Employ circumspection and note well the CORPUS, Success was the answer, with plenty to spare. A PARTNERSHIP status, the process of forming, By Syme the Professor, was taught in detail. The mere thought of partner was ever most charming, We welcomed the knowledge, ourselves to avail. The Hounslo Lea robbers, the tale of their SUEING; The loud wail of fraud from the hill-top was sung; Division of plunder ; the Chancellery ruling ; Solicitor fined and the culprits were hung. IT’S ALL VERY SIMPLE WHEN IN THE EXPLAINING TO YOU ON APPEAL, that the meaning was clear. Prof. Johnson oft told us and kept on maintaining, Through hard study only, we’d win through the year. OUR WITNESSES COACHED he, there could be no failing, Prof. Gibson outlined it and showed us the mode. ’Twas done in a manner to outwit assailing, And all in conformity right with the code. Professor Strassburger said no bill in EQUITY EVER WOULD LIE WHERE THE CODE DID PROVIDE A REMEDY certain, avoiding complexity, And taught us a lot of LEX MAXIMS beside. If the CESTUI’S own DOMICILE, place of the dwelling, ANCILLARY ever was, NO BILL WOULD LIE. Judge Bailey declared it and stressed it in telling, The fact was established that none could deny. Then we were QUALIFIED, made fully competent, Told how to do it, OUR PRISONERS ARRAIGN. The Court would attend to all those who were penitent. So said Prof. Emerson, quite near the same. That MANDAMUS LIED NOT AGAINST SWISS AMBASSADOR, COMPELLING DELIVERY OF HIS GOVERNMENT BONDS? THROUGH SALE INTERNATIONAL, tend to compass it or Seize them. Prof. Munter in fact did respond. Professor West taught us, the very BEST POLICY, To cherish, remember, in practice of law, Was old-fashioned HONESTY, needed no prophecy. The maxim was peerless, without fault or flaw. Though SMALL-POX IN JAIL WAS, the CITY NOT LIABLE, Professor Marshall informed us was true. In fact the decision was clear and reliable, And helped to make it a place to eschew. Prof. Peyser then heard all our PRAYERS and PETITIONS, Our BILLS and DENIED US OUR LAST CROSS-COMPLAINT. He listened with patience and squelched our ambitions, Then with the right action, he did us acquaint. Judge Siddons admonished our ways to be mending, ERE HAVING TO FACE HIM, appear at the BAR. And now at the close of the semester’s ending, We greet you as BACHELORS OF LAW, that we are. F. W. Howard. ft n Ox. £931 DOCKET FREDERICK L. SIDDONS, LL.M., LL.D. Professor of Constitutional Law Graduate Columbian, now George Washington University Law School; United States Treasury Department, 1879 to 1885; Member, Home Commission, created by President Roosevelt; Counsel in the “Pious Fund” case before The Hague Tribunal; Member Commission on Uniform State Laws for the District of Columbia; In 1915 appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Colum- bia by President Wilson, a position which he still holds. ▼ CHARLES H. ROBB, LL.D. Professor of Admiralty Born in Vermont, November 14, 1867; Prac- ticed law at Bellows Falls, Vermont, from 1894 to 1902; Assistant Attorney General of the United States from 1904 to 1906; Appointed an Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals of the District of Colum- bia in 1906 by President Roosevelt, a position which he still holds. 4 1 }© 1931 DOCKET JENNINGS BAILEY, LL.D. Professor of Equitable Trusts, Conflict of Laws and Equity Pleading Born in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1867; Edu- cated at the Southwestern Presbyterian University, at Harvard University, and in the law department of Vanderbilt Uni- versity; He has practiced law in Clarks- ville and Nashville, Tennessee; In 1918 he was appointed an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Colum- bia ; He has been a member of the faculty of National University since 1923. PEYTON GORDON, LL.M. Professor of the Case Law of Crimes Born in Washington, D. C. ; Educated at George Washington University, receiving the degree of Master of Laws in 1891; He has been an Assistant to the Attorney General of the United States, and United States Attorney for the District of Colum- bia; Appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Colum- bia, March, 1928; He has been a member of the faculty of National University for five years. e|42}0 ' fAe 1931 DOCKET CHARLES S. HATFIELD, LL.B. Professor of Agency and Federal Procedure Judge; born West Millgrove, Ohio, June 29, 1882; A.B. at Hanover College; post-grad- uate course at Indiana University; grad- uated at law at Ohio State University, and commenced the practice of law in 1907 ; was prosecuting attorney of Wood County, and was Republican State Chairman of Ohio in 1916; appointed Judge of the United States Court of Customs Appeals by President Harding, March 4, 1923. I y T OSCAR R. LUHRING Professor of Suretyship Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia; born February 11, 1879, Gibson County, Indiana; Member of Indiana State Legislature, 1903-04; Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, First Judi- cial Circuit of Indiana, 1904-08; Prosecut- ing Attorney, 1908-12. Member of 66th and 67th Congresses, 1919-23. Special Assistant to the Secretary of Labor of U. S., 1923-25. Assistant Attorney Gen- eral of U. S., 1925-30. Appointed Asso- ciate Justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, 1930. e(43l0 Ae 1931 DOCKET ROGER O’DONNELL, LL.M. Professor of Torts and Common Law Pleading Graduate of the National University Law School, 1912; Recipient of various prizes for scholastic attainments, as follows: Gold Medalist, 1910, 1911 and 1912, Black- stone prize 1910, Corporation prize 1912, Thesis prize 1912,, tied for the Moot Court prize 1912; In the practice of law since 1919, with offices in Washington and New York. T CHARLES S. LOBINGER, Ph.D., D.C.L. Professor of Roman and Civil Law Graduate of the University of Nebraska; Practiced law in Nebraska, 1892 to 1902; Judge of the Court of First Instance, Philippine Islands, 1904 to 1914; Judge of the United States Court for China, 1914 to 1924; Special Assistant to the Attoi ' ney General since 1924. 4 4 1931 DOCKET JULIUS I. PEYSER, LL.M., D.C.L. Judge of the Equity Moot Court Born Washington, D. C., July 6, 1875; Gradu- ate of Georgetown University Law School and George Washington University Law School; Engaged in the practice of law since 1899; Captain, R. C., U. S. A. ▼ THOMAS H. PATTERSON, LL.M. Professor of the Law of Contracts and Associate Professor of the Law of Real Property Born at Newton, Virginia, January 15, 1878; Graduate of Georgetown University Law School, 1906; Member of the faculty of National University Law School since 1919. ©{ 4 5 }o) Ok 1931 DOCKET GEORGE P. BARSE, A.B., LL.M. Professor of Damages and Real Property; Associ- ate Professor, Review Course Born Prince Georges County, Md., October 20, 1885; Graduate, National University Law School, 1908; A.B., George Washington University, 1917; Assistant Corporation Counsel, District of Columbia, 1917 to 1925; Special Assistant to the Attorney General of the United States, 1925 to 1927; General Counsel, Division of In- solvent National Banks, Treasury De- p artment, 1928- T H. WINSHIP WHEATLEY, LL.M. Professor of Criminal Law and Judge of Moot Probate Court Received degree of LL.B., National University Law School, 1903; LL.M., National Uni- versity Law School, 1904; Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia. G{ 4 6 1931 DOCKET THOMAS PRYOR GORE, B.L. Lecturer on English Legal History. Senator from Oklahoma 1909 to 1921; Re- elected to Senate from Oklahoma 1931. Member of U. S. Rural Credits Commis- sion 1913. ▼ FENTON W. BOOTH Prof, of Elements of Jurisprudence Chief Justice, U. S. Court of Claims; born May 12, 1869, Marshall, Illinois; ed. Marshall High School; DePauw Univer- sity; University of Michigan, LL.B., 1892. Admitted to the bar, 1892; practiced at Marshall, 111., as member of firm of Golden, Scholfield and Booth. Member of Fortieth General Assembly of Illinois Judge of the U. S. Court of Claims 1905- 28; Chief Justice of the U. S. Court of Claims since 1928. e|-J7|® 1931 DOCKET CHARLES PERGLER, D.C.L., LL.D. Professor of Historical Survey Former Dean of the School of Economics and Government. Professor of Legal History and Jurisprudence, Law Faculty. Accred- ited Diplomatic Representative of Czecho- slovakia in the U. S., 1918; Czechoslovak Minister to Japan, 1920-21. T W. W. MILLAN, LL.B. Associate Justice, Moot Court of Appeals 0 4 8 0 MILTON STRASBURGER, LL.M., D.C.L. Professor of District of Columbia Statute Law and Equity Case Law Born Washington, D. C., November 23, 1876; Graduate of Georgetown University Law School and George Washington University Law School; Judge of the Municipal Court of the District of Columbia from 1914 to 1920; Member of the Masonic and Elk fraternities. I T ERNEST W. GIBSON, B.S., A.M., LL.D. Lecturer on Trial Procedure Former Judge, Municipal Court, Brattleboro, Vermont; Member of Congress, represent- ing the Second Congressional District of Vermont; LL.D., Harvard University. G|4 9}0 1931 DOCKET WALTER M. B ASTI AN, LL.M. Professor of Suretyship, and Law of Evidence Born in Washington, D. C., 1891; Graduate of the National University Law School; Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia since 1913. VERNON E. WEST, LL.M. Professor of the Law of Insurance Graduate of Georgetown University Law School, 1909; In general practice until 1922, when he was appointed Assistant United States District Attorney for the District of Columbia; Resigned 1926 to become associated with the firm of Donald- son and Johnson. ©| 5 0 J0 1931 DOCKET WILLIAM CLARK TAYLOR, LL.B. Professor of Wills and Administration Graduated from Georgetown University Law School in 1893, with the degree of LL.B.; Has been Deputy Register of Wills for nineteen years; Senior member of the firm of Taylor, Hegarty and Mooers and co-author of “Taylor and Baer on Probate Forms and Practice.” ▼ GEORGE E. EDELIN, LL.M., M.L.D. Professor of Statutory Remedies, Negotiable Instruments and Real Property Cases Born in Washington, October, 1891; Officer, United States Marine Corps, World War; Delta Chip Mason; District of Columbia Bar Association; Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia. e{ s 1 1® ' y ie 1931 DOCKET CONRAD H. SYME, LL.M. Professor of Partnership Graduate of National University Law School; Counsel in the Post Office Cases in 1903; Corporation Counsel of the District of Columbia, 1913 to 1920; Member of the Board of Trade, Chamber of Commerce, National Press Club, University Club, and the District of Columbia Bar Asso- ciation. T P. H. MARSHALL, LL.M. Professor of Municipal Corporations Special Assistant Corporation Counsel of the District of Columbia, 1911 to 1913; First Assistant Corporation Counsel, 1916 to 1920; Member of the firm of Bell, Mar- shall and Rice. e{52}0 Ae 1931 DOCKET FREDERICK P. MYERS, A.M., LL.B. Professor of Public Speaking Born in Harrisonburg, Va.; A.B., Bridge- water College (Va.) ; A.M., University of Virginia; LL.B., National University Law School; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia. ▼ THEODORE D. PEYSER, LL.M. Instructor in Case Study and Analysis Educated at the University of Virginia and Cambridge University, England; Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia, Masonic Fraternity and the National Uni- versity Masonic Club; At present engaged in the general practice of law. ef o 3 }© y e 1931 DOCKET BERTRAND EMERSON, Jr., LL.B. Professor of Criminal Procedure and the Case Law of Evidence LL.B., Georgetown University Law School, 1915; Captain of Infantry, American Ex- peditionary Forces, World War; Assist- ant United States Attorney for the Dis- trict of Columbia, 1922-24; Barristers Clubs; Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia. ▼ GODFREY L. MUNTER, A.B., LL.B. Professor of the Law of Sales and Office and Court Practice Born in Berne, Switzerland, August 15, 1897; Received the degree of A.P.H. from the University of Chicago; LL.B., National University Law School, 1919; A.B., George Washington University, 1920; In active practice in the District of Columbia since 1919; He is a Mason, member of Sigma Nu Phi Fraternity and President of the Swiss Society of the District of Columbia. G| 5 4 1931 DOCKET EVERETT F. HAYCRAFT, LL.B. Lecturer on Trusts and Monopolies Born in Madelia, Minn., 1893; Educated at George Washington University Law School; Member of the Board of Review, Federal Trade Commission; Mason, Mem- ber of the Petwoi’th Masonic Club. T DANIEL PERCY HICKLING, M.D. Professor of Medical Jurisprudence Born in 1863; Graduated from the Georgetown Medical College in 1884; Associate Pro- fessor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at Georgetown University Medical School; the Neurological Society of the District of Columbia; the American Medical Society; Chief Psychiatrist at Gallinger Memorial Hospital and Alienist for the District of Columbia. ©I; 5 5 1931 DOCKET RUSSELL P. BELLEW, LL.B. Clerk of all Moot Courts Born in Virginia; Marriage License Clerk for the District of Columbia for a number of years; since 1916 Clerk of Equity Court, No. 1, Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. T WILLIAM A. COOMBE, LL.M. Professor of Domestic Relations Born Camp Springs, Maryland, October 6, 1881;; Graduate of the National Univer- sity Law School, 1906; Member Sigma Nu Phi Legal Fraternity; District of Columbia Bar Association; University Club; Captain, Officers’ Reserve Corps, U. S. A. © •£ 5 0 | © 0 %e 1931 DOCKET RICHARD W. FLOURNOY, LL.M. Professor of International Law Born at Hampden-Sidney, Virginia, May 20, 1878; Attended Washington and Lee Uni- versity; Received the LL.M. degree from George Washington University in 1905; In 1908 appointed Chief, Bureau of Citi- zenship, Department of State; In 1915 detailed to European Service in Citizen- ship and Passport matters; Assistant to the Solicitor of the State Department. T HERBERT L. DAVIS, LL.B. Professor of Auditing and Legal Accounting LL.B., George Washington University, 1892: Assistant to the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, 1893-1913; Auditor, Supreme Court of the District of Colum- bia, 1915 to March 15, 1928; Member, Law Faculty, National University, 1924-. ©| 5 7 y ie 1931 DOCKET CALVIN IRA KEPHART, LL.M., M.P.L. Lecturer, Conflict of Law Portland, Oregon; 811 Hurley-Wright Build ing, Washington, D. C.; Married; Senior Examiner, Interstate Commerce Commis- sion; Mason; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Xi ; B.S., University of California, 1913: LL.B., LL.M., M.P.L., National Univer- sity Law School, 1922; B.C.S., Washington School of Accountancy, 1923; Member. Bar of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. T RICHARD A. FORD, LL.M. Associate Justice, Moot Court of Appeals Educated in the Law Office of Henry H. Wat- kins and George Washington University; Admitted to the Bar of the District of Columbia in 1893; Editor of the Washing- ton Law Reporter for the past 33 years. G| 5 8 In. 1931 DOCKET y J. ROBERT ANDERSON, A.B., LL.M. Lecturer on Government Contracts and Claims and Jurisdiction and Practice of the Court of Claims Born in Ellington, New York, 1864; A.B., Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., 1890; LL.M., Buffalo Law School, Buffalo, New York, 1893; In general practice in Ran- dolph, New York, and Parkersburg, West Virginia; Special Assistant to the Attor- ney General. T THOMAS C. HAVELL, LL.B. Professor of Land, Mining and Irrigation Law Graduated from National University Law School, 1922; Assistant Commissioner, General Land Office; Member, Washington Society of Engineers; Mason. ©I 5 9 Jie 1931 DOCKET HOWARD SANDERSON LeROY, A.B., LL.B. Lecturer on International Claims Born in Olean, New York, 1891; A.B., Univer- sity of Rochester, 1914; LL.B., Harvard University Law School, 1918; Assistant Solicitor, Department of State, 1919-1920; Associated with Lansing and Woolsey, 1921-1925; Member of the firm of Le Fevre and Le Roy since 1925; Member Alpha Delta Phi; Harvard Club; University Club; American Bar Association. T HARRISON BYINGTON McCAWLEY, LL.B. Professor of Income Tax Law Born in Redstone, South Dakota, 1885; A.B., Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa; LL.B., George Washington University; Examiner, Interstate Commerce Commis- sion, 1915; Attorney, Office of Solicitor of Intei’nal Revenue, 1920; At pi’esent mem- ber of the firm of Boyle, Broan and Mc- Cawley. 0 (3 0 0 O. L. MOHUNDRO, A.B., D.C.L. Professor of Interstate Commerce Law, Bail- ments and Carriers Graduate of the National University Law School; Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia and the State of Kentucky; Examiner for the Interstate Commerce Commission. CLINTON ROBB, LL.B. Professor of Federal Trade Commission Practice Educated at Wesleyan University, Middle- town, Conn.; LL.B., Boston University Law School in 1909; In general practice of law in the District of Columbia since 1910; Member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. ©{0 1 J © THOMAS E. ROBERTSON, LL.B. Professor of Patent Law Received the LL.B. degree from National Uni- versity Law School in 1906; In practice from 1899 to 1920, from 1904 to 1920 as senior member of the firm of Robertson and Johnson; Appointed Commissioner of Patents in 1921. ▼ EUGENE R. WOODSON Prof, of Wills and Administration B.C.S., LL.B., LL.M., National University; Member of D. C. Bar. 0 6 2 Ae 1931 DOCKET MAUGUN WEEKS, B.A., LL.B. Associate Prof, of International Law Graduate of Harvard University; Post grad- uate work at Johns Hopkins University in the field of history and political science; Member of Phi Beta Kappa Society; Dis- trict of Columbia Bar; Is now serving as Attorney, United States Board of Tax Appeals, Washington, D. C. T GEORGE F. WELLS, LL.B., LL.D., Ph.B. Prof, of Public Utilities Born in the state of Iowa; Educated in Iowa public schools, Oberlin College, Wisconsin University, University of Chicago, Uni- versity of Michigan; Member of District of Columbia Bar, Ohio Bar and North Dakota Bar; Is now serving as a member of U. S. Board of Tax Appeals, Washing- ton, D. C. G{6 3 J® Jke 1931 DOCKET BERNARD MAYO, Ph.D. DEAN School of Economics and Government Professor of History Author ©£ 6 4 0 y ie 1931 DOCKET ©$ 6 5.J0 1931 DOCKET “Wisdom is in knowing what to do next; Skill is in knowing how to do it, And virtue is DOING IT.” 0 6 6 J© yAe 1931 DOCKET JEAN STEPHENSON, J.D., M.P.L., LL.M., S.J.D. Professor of Parliamentary Law Lecturer on historical and genealogical subjects. Accountant, Navy Department. T W. H. S. STEVENS, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Finance, Business Organization, Marketing Formerly Professor of Economics at Tulane, Columbia, and Maryland State Universi- ties. Assistant Chief Economist, Federal Trade Commission. e| 6 7 Js DOCKET 0 ? 1931 ©£ 6 8 0 ' y ie 1931 DOCKET HENRY LAZARD, Officier d’Academie Professor of French Assistant to Chief of Finance Division, Argen- tine Embassy. ▼ HENRY M. LEWIS, B.S., LL.M., D.C.L. Professor of Political Science. Member of Virginia and District of Columbia Bars. Attorney, Bureau of Internal Revenue. I ©{i« 9 3© Z yjie 1931 DOCKET A JAMES F. COUGH, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Science and Philosophy. Chemist, U. S. Department of Agriculture. ▼ WILLIAM BOYD CRAIG, A.B., A.M. Professor of English Literature, Composition, and Journalism. Associate Editor, Nation’s Business. " o Ja 1931 DOCKET EDSON L. WHITNEY, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., D.C.L. Professor of Economics. Economist, U. S. Deparement of Labor. Graduate of Harvard University, the Boston University School of Law, and American University; Admitted to the Bar of Mas- sachusetts, 1886 ; Economic Analyst, De- partment of Labor. ©I 1 1© j ie 1931 DOCKET w Y HEN my eyes shall be turned to behold for the last time the sun in heaven, may I not see him shining on the broken and dishonored frag- ments of a once glorious Union ; on states dissevered, discordant, belligerent; on a land rent with civil feuds, or drenched it may be in fraternal blood! Let their last feeble and lingering glance rather be- hold the gorgeous ensign of the republic, now known and honored throughout the earth, still full high advanced, its arms and trophies streaming in their original lustre, not a stripe erased or polluted, not a single star obscured, bearing for its motto no such miserable interrogation as “What is all this worth?” Nor those words of delusion and folly, “Liberty first and Union afterwards”; but everywhere, spread all over in characters of living light, blazing on all its ample folds, as they float over sea and over the land, and in every wind under the whole heavens, that other sentiment, dear to every true American heart — Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and in- separable ! Daniel Webster. HUN my eyes sjv moe- ' r the last firm the sun in h. a r may I - him shining on the broken ami dim;-. mop I ’ -r m nts m a once glorious Union : on states hi... . • • discordant, belligerent ; on a land rent with v • eudss. or drenched it may be in fraterna ' ' «. -w heir last feeble and lingering glance r: : c ! iO ' f geous ensign of the republic, u.rw . nev. t. ■ -aored throngho; t the earth, still : • •h its arms and tr- -phies streaming in their • ire ; lustre, not a stripe erased or polluted, n« ! : li.’lv ' stai obscured, faring for its motto n mu h • i ei ' abie int- m rogation as ‘What 1 a!; this wart h ?” or oi.se " ■ r;t- of delusion a:-:! ;h . ; |b. ’ • r -a mb : a ' . •u ; ci ' w :u ' iis”; but t w. a wto i baracters of living lighb tba ho Ms. as they float ovc: : t- and r ovoa wind under the n. . • v niiment. dear to every true Ana ,c; rty and Union, now and forever, one a i Daniel Webster c W ' jfte 1931 DOCKET It is well for a man to respect his own voca- tion, whatever it is, and to think himself bound to uphold it, and to claim for it the respect it deserves. — Charles Dickens. e| v 3 }s 1931 DOCKET IIIt would not be proper that the Class of 1931 should pass into history and this book recording its member- ship and activities go to press without an acknowledg- ment in some appropriate form of the untiring efforts expended in behalf of the Class by some of its members. The organization of the Class in its freshman year was accomplished largely through the efforts of George P. Grove, who acted as president pro-tem until the permanent officers were elected and who has since that time given full and complete satisfaction in every office to which he has been called. During the fresh- man year Merritt L. Smith served as our President and his administration initiated the sound financial policy which has enabled the Class to meet its obliga- tions in a prompt and businesslike manner. Our organization during the second year was headed by Charles H. Bair and under his guidance the spirit of the Class was unified and strengthened and its policies crystallized with the result that success in the senior year was more or less a natural conclusion. Those not intimately associated with the publication of this book will never know the extent of the task so willingly assumed and efficiently performed by William E. McCain, the Editor, and William E. Deering, the Business Manager. Others whose special activities deserve special mention are C. Nelson Bean, Roy Butrum and Elihu H. Moore. I had hoped for an opportunity such as this to ex- press publicly my own appreciation for the splendid spirit of cooperation displayed by a number of our membership in the performance of assigned tasks, but alas, when the opportunity comes I find myself totally unable within the brief space of one page to even set down their names. C. Chester Guy, President. i 4 ' yAe 1931 DOCKET e|7 5}0 J ' hc 1931 DOCKET Class of 1931 OFFICERS C. CHESTER GUY President GRACE KANODE W. G. BADEN Vice-President Treasurer WILLIAM E. DEERING Secretary N. FRIEDENBURG C. NELSON BEAN Sergeant-at-Arms Class Historian E. D. SEIVERS Class Orator Ae 1 931 DOCKET 1931 DOCKET LLOYD G. ANDREWS Shawano, Wisconsin; born Shawano, Wisconsin, Dec. 21, 1904; Law- rence College, Appleton, Wiscon- sin. Faculty prize Legal Debat- ing 1929-30; member Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; his hobby is fishing; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. Won the faculty prize for best debater junior class 1930. LESLIE E. ATHEY Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., March 23, 1903; graduate, George Washington University, University of Oklahoma; his hobby is reading; candidate for LL.B. and A.B. ARTHUR BACON Washington, D. C. ; born New York City, December 25, 1900; attended St. Ann’s Academy, New York City, Emerson Institute, Wash- ington, D. C., and George Wash- ington University; his hobbies are walking, swimming and read- ing; candidate for LL.B. G| 78 J0 Osj. 1931 DOCKET WILLIAM GUY BADEN Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., March 29, 1894; graduate, McKinley Manual Training School, George Washington Uni- versity; especially interested in banking. Member of Masonic Lodge; his hobby is swimming; candidate for LL.B. CHARLES HARRISON BAIR Washington, D. C. ; born state of Pennsylvania ; graduate Penn- sylvania High School, Pace and Pace School of Accountancy and International Accountant Society of Chicago, 111., received degree of B.C.S. ; especially interested in accounting; Second Vice Chan- cellor of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; hobbies are baseball and reading; candidate for LL.B. RALPH BARILE Washington, D. C. ; born Italy, Janu- ary 22, 1905; attended George- town University, Washington, D. C. ; candidate for LL.B. 2 { 79 }© jfce 1931 DOCKET EMMA BARBARA BAUER Philadelphia, Pa.; born State of Penn- sylvania; attended University of Pennsylvania; graduate George Washii.gton University, B.A. de- gree; member of Phi Delta Delta (Legal) Fraternity; American Association of University Wom- en; Columbian Women; Women’s City Club, Washington, D. C. ; Queen’s Bench, National Univer- sity; Pennsylvania State Soci- ety; candidate for LL.B. degree. C. NELSON BEAN Clarendon, Virginia; born Oakton, Virginia, January 23, 1897; mar- ried; attended Virginia and Dis- trict of Columbia grade schools and Business High School; His- torian, Class of 1931; member of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; better known as “Doctor” through an “Honorary” degree conferred by Prof. Munter; his hobby is read- ing the law, and golf ; candidate for LL.B., LL.M., and M.P.L. EDWIN T. BEAN Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., 1902; Washington Repre- sentative Bean, Brooks Henry, Buffalo Patent Attorneys; hob- bies, tennis, bowling, football and litigation; candidate for LL.B., LL.M. and M.P.L. Honorable mention for highest average Freshman Class 1929. Q{ 8 0 Ae 1931 DOCKET GUSTAV BERMAN Baltimore, Md. ; born Philadelphia, Pa., November 18, 1899; attend- ed Baltimore City College, Bal- timore, Md., St. John’s College, Annapolis, Md., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Mem- ber Masonic Lodge, Lamb Skin Club, L’Hondrille Swimming and Athletic Club, Builders Exchange Club, Alliance Debating and Dramatic Club; his hobbies, swimming, baseball and boxing; candidate for LL.B. T. LEROY BETOR Washington, D. C. ; born Albany, New York, June 30, 1908; attended Gloversville High School; mem- ber of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; his hobbies are golf, swimming and reading; candidate for LL.B. IRWIN BOLOTIN Brockton, Massachusetts; born Bos- ton, Mass., October 27, 1906; graduate, Brockton High School; attended Boston University; his hobbies are football, swimming, reading, and music; candidate for LL.B. ©{si}® 193 1 DOCKET ALFRED LOUIS BONACCI Washington, D. C. ; born, Tresckow, Pa., March 27, 1907; graduate, Hazelton High School, Fordham University; candidate for LL.B. DANIEL F. BOONE Winston Salem, N. C. and Washing- ton, D. C. ; graduate, Oak Ridge Military Institute, Carolina Mili- tary and Naval Academy (ath- letic scholarship) ; LaSalle Ex- tension University; Aviation In- stitute of U. S. A.; George Wash- ington University; National Uni- versity Masonic Club; Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) fraternity; First Lieutenant U. S. Army Reserve Corps; D. C. Air Legion; air- plane pilot; hobbies: hunting and boxing; Democrat; candidate for LL.B., M.P.L., LL.M. HELEN MARGARET BOWERS Washington, D. C. ; born State of Virginia; member of Kappa Beta Pi Sorority; Secretary, Cy Pres Club; candidate for LL.B.; hon- orable mention for the F. H. Thomas Law Book Company prize for best examination on Real Property; won the John Byrne and Company prize for the best examination on Bills and Notes. e| 82 Ae 1931 DOCKET V. - - .... — ANDREW GWYNN BOWIE Upper Marlboro, Maryland; born Up- per Marlboro, Md., December 3, 1896; attended St. Angela’s Academy, Aiken, S. C., Loyola College, Baltimore, Md., and Na- tional University; received LL.B. degree, National University; member of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; his hobbies are reading and study of the law; candidate for M.P.L. and LL.M. JOHN CASTLETON BRYAN Washington, D. C.; born Staunton, Va., November 18, 1890; attended the Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Va. ; graduate Tech High School, Washington, D. C. ; especially interested in printing; his hobby is photography; can- didate for LL.B. MARVIN R. BUMGARNER Washington, D. C. ; born Hickory, N. C., June 3, 1897; graduate, Lenoir Rhyne College, Hickory, N. C., Pace and Pace School of Accoun- tancy, Washington, D. C., re- ceived degree of A.B. Member of North Carolina Bar; his hobby is outdoor life; candidate for LL.B. and J.D. «2lS3}c 1931 DOCKET MISS MILDRED M. BURKE Washington, D. C. ; born Malden, Mass.; graduate, Malden High School and Malden Commercial College, Malden, Mass.; member of Alpha Lambda Chapter, Phi Delta Delta, and Queen’s Bench; hobby is music; candidate for LL.B. EDWARD TIMOTHY BURKE Washington, D. C. ; born Minneapolis, Minn., November 5, 1870; at- tended University of North Dakota, and graduate of Univer- sity of Minnesota with degree of LL.B.; member of Pi Gamma Mu (Legal), and Masonic Club (National University) ; candidate for LL.M. and M.P.L. ROY BUTRUM Washington, D. C. ; born Alton Hill, Tenn., September 23, 1893; grad- uate, Stone County Academy, Mountain View, Ark., attended La Fayette College, La Fayette, Tenn., Pace and Pace School of Accountancy, Washington, D. C. ; his hobby is fishing; candidate for LL.B. 8 4 0 ' yjie 1931 DOCKET ABRAHAM CABRERA Washington, D. C. ; born Guatemala, January 24, 1904; attended Insti- tute Nacional Central de Varones, Guatemala City, and National University of Guatemala Law School; received degree of B.S.; his hobbies are reading, music and hunting; candidate for LL.B. ERNEST GREY CAMMACK Washington, D. C. ; born Allen, Ala., October 22, 1903; attended Uni- versity of Alabama, received A.B. degree 1926; University of South Carolina, University of Balti- more; candidate for LL.B. UGO J. A. CARUSI Barre, Vermont; born Carrara, Italy, March 17, 1902; graduate, Spaul- ding High School, Barre, Vt. ; member of Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal); candidate for LL.B.; won Hurst gold medal for the highest average in the Junior Class, 1930. ©{8 5 }® 1931 DOCKET ALBERT H. CHARLAND Washington, D. C. ; born Westbrook, Maine, March 16, 1904; attended Montreal College, Montreal, Can- ada; member Sigma Delta Kappa, Mu Chapter; his hobby is tennis; candidate for LL.B. JAMES C. CHRISTOPHER Chevy Chase, Md. ; born Laytonsville, Md., March 28, 1909; attend- ed Gaithersburg High School, Strayers Business College; can- didate for LL.B. FRANCISCO AMADOR COLON Washington, D. C. ; born Porto Rico, January 29, 1894; attended Teachers’ College, University of Porto Rico; member of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; his hobbies are baseball, reading, swimming and music; candidate for LL.B. ©|80 Js 1931 DOCKET DONALD L. CONNER Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., December 26, 1906; attend- ed Eastern High School, George- town University and George Washington University; candi- date for LL.B. and M.P.L. BEULAH M. COPE Washington, D. C.; born Freeport, 111., March 13, 1901 ; attended Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa; especially interested in statistics; hobbies are swimming and danc- ing; candidate for A.B. J. LEIGHTON CORNWELL Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., February 22, ; attend- ed Business High School, Devitt School, George Washington Uni- versity; especially interested in athletics; his hobby is hunting; candidate for LL.B. 87j® 1931 DOCKET JOSEPH M. CRISP Home, 7533 Fourteenth Street N.W., Washington, D. C. ; born state of Washington, December 31, 1897; graduate in accountancy and business management; hobbies are golf, motoring and aviation ; candidate for LL.B. FLORENCE CUROE Washington, D. C. ; born State of Iowa; attended Our Lady of An- gels Seminary, Lyons, Iowa, Cor- nell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, Columbus University, Washing- ton, D. C. ; member of Phi Delta Delta (Legal) ; candidate for LL.B. CHARLES LEWIS CURTISS, Jr. Washington, D. C.; born state of Michigan, February 8, 1898; at- tended George Washington Uni- versity; member Masonic Lodge, Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; his hob- bies are fishing and reading; can- didate for LL.B.; won the Emma Deal Denton gold medal for the best final examination in Equity. ©1 8 8 Ae 1931 DOCKET GEORGE DAMM Clarendon, Virginia; born Boston, Mass., February 23, 1896; at- tended East Boston High School and Emerson Institute, Washing- ton, D. C. ; member of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal), and Masonic Club, National University; served in France in World War; his hob- bies are football and fishing; can- didate for LL.B. and LL.M. HAROLD C. DAVIS Takoma Park, Md. ; born Phoenixville, Pa., August 26, 1887 ; candidate for LL.B.; Honorable Mention for the prize given by the F. H. Thomas Law Book Company for the best examination on Real Property. MARSHALL V. DAY Washington, D. C. ; born Beekman, La., September 27, 1894; gradu- ate Beekman, La., High School, Louisiana Industrial Institute, Government Radio College, Har- vard University, International Accountancy Society, Chicago, 111., Radio Engineer, Y. M. C. A.; especially interested in aviation and radio; hobbies hunting and hiking; candidate for LL.B. 8 9 J0 1931 DOCKET MARY ROSE DEERING Washington, D. C. ; born Baltimore. Md., September 8, 1906; graduate. Western High School, Baltimore, Md. ; member of Queen’s Bench; her hobby is swimming, singing, and golf; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. WILLIAM E. DEERING Washington, D. C. ; born Baltimore, Md., December 26, 1895; gradu- ate, Catonsville High School, Catonsville, Md.; especially in- terested in statistics, accounting, and law; business manager “The Docket, 1931”; secretary of Class of 1931 for three consecutive years; treasurer of Sigma Delta Kappa Fraternity; served in France in World War; Costello Post, American Legion ; his hob- bies are baseball, golf, horseback riding, and gathering Christmas trees; candidate for LL.B. LL.M., M.P.L. ALFRED F. DEES Washington, D. C. ; born Plymouth, Wisconsin, Januai’y 29, 1902; Milwaukee School of Engineer- ing, B.S. degree; candidate for LL.B. 9 0 dfAe £931 DOCKET FREDERICK W. DENNISTON, Jr. Chevy Chase, Md. ; born state of Pennsylvania, January 12, 1909; attended Central High School; member of Sigma Tau Lambda; Sigma Delta Kappa; his hobbies are music, tennis, and rowing; candidate for LL.B. CANIO CHARLES DI NAPOLI Washington, D. C. ; born state of New Jersey, May 6, 1908; attended Montclair High School and Pace Institute, New York City; his hobbies are golf and music; can- didate for LL.B. ALFRED L. DORF Washington, D. C., and Atlantic City, N. J.; born New York, N. Y., Oc- tober 8, 1903; attended Stuyve- sant High School, B. D. Hirsh School, Eron Prep School and National School of Pharmacy; member of F. A. M. Lodge, K. of P., Level Club, Fellowcraft Club, Aero Club of A. C., C. M. M. Club, and National University Masonic Club; candidate for LL.B., LL.M., and M.P.L. ©{ 9 1 |a jAe 1931 DOCKET SCOTT HERSEY DOW Washington, D. C.; born State of New Hampshire, November 6, 1895; graduate Newburyport, Mass., High School; attended Boston University and Maryland State University; his hobby is reading; candidate for LL.B. LESTER HENRY DUQUETTE Washington, D. C., and Ti’oy, New York; born Lyon Mountain, New York; attended St. Peter’s Col- lege; Mount Assumption Insti- tute, at Plattsburg, N. Y. ; Emer- son Institute; Southeastern Uni- versity; National University School of Economics and Govern- ment at Washington, D. C. ; es- pecially interested in law, govern- ment, and politics; ardent Demo- crat; secretary of Phi Beta Gamma Legal Fraternity; mem- ber of Ricco-Bono Seminar of Roman Law; hobby, “research- ing”; candidate for LL.B., M.P.L., L.L.M. WILLIAM EDWARD DUVALL Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., August 30, 1905; attended Washington Business High School; member of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; his hobby is football; candidate for LL.B. e{ 9 2 js ' y ie 1931 DOCKET JOHN W. EDELIN, Jr. Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., August 7, 1905; member of Phi Beta Gamma; candidate for LL.B. LOUIS ENGEL Washington, D. C.; born Evansville, Ind., October 24; Indiana Univer- sity; President National Univer- sity Masonic Club; member King David No. 28, F.A.A.M., D. C.; Albert Pike Consistory, 32d de- gree; Columbia Chapter No. 2, R.A.M.; Columbia Commandery No. 2, K. T.; Almas Temple; B. P. O. Elks No. 2; George Washington Post No. 1, Amer- ican Legion ; interested in law ; hobby is golf; candidate for Doc- tor of Law. WALTER E. FARNSWORTH Hyattsville, Md. ; born Browns, 111., December 6, 1896; graduate pub- lic school and high school, Mt. Carmel, 111., and De Paul Univer- sity College of Law, Chicago, 111.; especially interested in law; his hobbies are swimming, music, and reading; candidate for LL.B. e|ft3}s 1931 DOCKET ROBERT L. FARRINGTON Tipton, Oklahoma; born Decatur, Texas, October 14, 1896; attended Brantley-Draughn, Ft. Worth, Tex., University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; hobbies golf and fishing; candidate for LL.B. CHARLES W. FITZGERALD Washington, D. C. ; born Princess Anne, Md., May 6, 1899; gradu- ate St. John’s College, Annapolis, Md., Washington High School, Princess Anne, Md.; degree re- ceived, B.S.; hobbies are golf, swimming; candidate for LL.B. A. F. FLOURNOY Washington, D. C. ; born Monroe, La., March 3, 1898; attended Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. ; Principia, St. Louis, Mo.; B.S., Mechanical Engineering; espe- cially interested in patent law and patent engineering; member Phi Kappa Psi; hobby is fishing; candidate for LL.B., M.P.L. of 9 4 Ae 1931 DOCKET ALBERT W. FOX Washington, D. C.; born Boston, Mass., April 29, 1881; graduate, Real Schule, Heidelberg, Ger- many; College de Sainte-Croix, Paris, France; University, Paris, France; degrees received, Bache- lieur-es-lettres, Sorbonne, Paris, France; candidate for LL.B., LL.M. NATHAN FRIEDENBERG Washington, D. C. ; born Philadelphia, Pa., March 3, 1893; graduate Na- tional University, School of Eco- nomics and Government; Naval Lodge No. 4, F.A.A.M., 32° Al- bert Pike Consistory, M.R.S.; Almas Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S. ; Vice-President National Univer- sity Masonic Club; hobby, base- ball; candidate for LL.B. WM. F. FRYE Washington, D. C. ; born Middletown, Va., January 16, 1893; graduate, Middletown Agri. and High School; two years Teachers Pro- fessional Course, State Normal School ; especially interested in a noble experiment; hobbies are hunting and fishing; candidate for LL.B. a ©f 9 5 J© JAe 1931 DOCKET WILBER A. GALLAHAN Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., January 23, 1896; attended George Washington University; Catholic University; Y. M. C. A. School of Accounting; degrees received, B.C.S., C.P.A.; espe- cially interested in accounting and income tax law; candidate for LL.B.; Honorable Mention for Emma Deal Denton gold medal for the best final exam- ination in Equity Jurisprudence. BYRON T. GARDNER Washington, D. C. ; born Indiana, May 22, 1904; graduate Purdue University; B.S. degree; inter- ested in athletics; member of Sigma Nu Phi; hobbies are golf and dancing; candidate for LL.B., M.P.L. CHARLES OVERSTREET GAYLORD Washington, D. C. ; born Osceola, Ark., September 19, 1907; at- tended Central and Emerson In- stitute; candidate for LL.B. ©£ 9 G jf c) Ae 1931 DOCKET PAUL M. GEIST Washington, D. C. ; born Pittsburgh, Pa., January 15, 1906; graduate of Carnegie Institute of Tech- nology, degree of B.S.M.E.; can- didate for LL.B. J. J. GLAWSON Washington, D. C. ; born Georgia, November 9, 1898; Chief Phar- macist, U. S. Navy; his hobby is reading; candidate for LL.B. REUBEN GOLDBERG Washington, D. C.; legal residence, Boston, Mass.; born March 10, 1901 ; attended public schools and Burdett Business College, Bos- ton ; Pace Institute of Accoun- tancy; and National University School of Economics and Govern- ment, Washington, D. C. ; hobbies, handball and swimming; candi- date for LL.B. (2| 9 7 J0 DOCKET jJie 1931 FRANCISCO COLON GORDIANY Washington, D. C. ; born Bayamon, Porto Rico, May 13, 1898; attend- ed Central High School; graduate of Moczo Academy at San Juan; hobbies are baseball and reading; candidate for LL.B. NORMAN A. GRAY Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., March 18, 1904; graduate of National University Law School, received degrees of LL.B. (1926), LL.M. and M.P.L. (1929), and B.C.S. (1930) ; member of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; hob- bies are motoring, golf and base- ball; candidate for A.B. HIRAM K. GREEN Asheville, N. C. ; born Ohio; attended grammar school, high school, In- dianapolis University; hobby is building; degree of LL.B. con- ferred by National University, December 20, 1930; candidate for LL.M. and M.P.L., at National University. 9 8 }0 Ae 1931 DOCKET JOHN R. GRIEFF Washington, D. C. ; born Carrolltown, Pa., April 3, 1904; attended Car rolltown High School, George- town University; member of Pennsylvania Bar; candidate for LL.B. JOHN CALVIN GRILLE Washington, D. C. ; born Warrenton, Va., March 7, 1904; attended Dawson High School, Dawson, Ga., also American Institute of Banking, Atlanta, Ga.; member of Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal) Fraternity; interested in law; hobby is golf ; candidate for LL.B. GEORGE P. GROVE Washington, D. C. ; born Strasburg, Va., February 5, 1896; attended Roanoke College, Salem, Va.; Temporary Chairman during or- ganization of Freshman Class; President Masonic Club 1929; Chancellor Sigma Delta Kappa 1930; enlisted man U. S. Navy; 32d degree Mason; especially in- terested in fraternal and organ- ization work; hobbies are hunting and fishing; candidate for LL.B. G|9 9 jL 1931 DOCKET C. CHESTER GUY Washington, D. C. ; born Ohio, Sep- tember 3, 1898; graduate Central High School, Washington, D. C., Pace Institute of Accounting, Washington, D. C. ; member Ma- sonic Order, Lambda Sigma (Na- tional Secondary Social), Sigma Nu Phi (National Legal), Ionic and National University Masonic Clubs; candidate for LL.B.; won the prize given by the F. H. Thomas Law Book Company for best examination on Real Prop- erty. MISS KATHARINE F. HAMMOND Washington, D. C. ; born Kathwood, S. C., July 11, 1909; attended Georgetown Visitation Convent Junior College, D. C. ; candidate for LL.B. JOHN OLIVER HARDESTY Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., September 20, 1908; attend- ed Eastern High School; inter- ested in football and baseball; candidate for LL.B. @{■10 0 1931 DOCKET MINNIE MAY HARDY Washington, D. C. ; born in Ohio; at- tended Lebanon University, Leb- anon, Ohio; Miami University, Oxford, Ohio; taught in the pub- lic schools in Ohio; member of the Ohio State Society of Washing- ton, D. C. ; interested in writing, painting; inventor, having se- cured a patent from the U. S. Patent Office ; hobbies are art, writing (author) ; candidate for LL.B. SAMUEL W. HARDY Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., September 1, 1899; attend- ed George Washington Univer- sity, Georgetown Law School, American School of Law; degree received, LL.B.; interested in avi- ation, business administration; hobby is golf ; candidate for M.P.L. and LL.M. GEORGE M. HARRIS Washington, D. C. ; attended Utah State College, B.S. degree; can- didate for LL.B. 1 o 1 }0 1931 DOCKET EDMOND D. HARRISON Alexandria, Va. ; born Jacksboro, Texas, September 30, 1896; at- tended East Texas Normal Col- lege; candidate for LL B. RAY C. HATCH Washington, D. C. ; born Woodruff, Arizona, August 9, 1905; attend- ed Brigham Young College and Utah Agricultural College of Logan, Utah; member of Phi Beta Gamma; hobby is billiards; candidate for LL.B. HERMAN HAVES Washington, D. C. ; born Russia, De- cember 15, 1894; attended Curtis Public School, Business High School, George Washington Uni- versity; S outheastern University, Washington, D. C. ; degrees re- ceived, B.C.S., M.C.S., and C.P.A. certificate; interested in law, languages; hobbies are base- ball, music, reading; candidate for LL.B. 1 0 2 J , 1931 DOCKET ELIZABETH HAWKES Washington, D. C. ; born Washburn, Wis., November 22, 1906; attend- ed Teachers College, Superior, Wis., and Boston University, Bos- ton, Mass.; candidate for LL.B. BENJAMIN EARL HINDEN Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., December 19, 1909; attend- ed Central High School, Wash- ington College of Law, George Washington University; espe- cially interested in debating and dramatics; member of National Oratorical Contest Club; his hobby is baseball; candidate for LL.B. RALPH SCANLON HISLE Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., November 5, 1905; attended Wheatley Grade School, Business High School; member Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal) ; hobby is football; candidate for LL.B. e| i o 3 J 0 1931 DOCKET HAROLD HORWITZ Washington, D. C. ; born Boston, Mass., July 4, 1908; attended University of Pennsylvania; member of Phi Epsilon Pi ; hob- bies, music and reading; candi- date for LL.B. F. W. HOWARD Virginia Highlands, Va. ; born Syra- cuse, N. Y., August 26, 1894; at- tended Syracuse public and high schools; interested in railroad operation and traffic ; hobbies are legal and railway research; can- didate for LL.B. RAMON R. HOWE Washington, D. C. ; born Indiana, January 31, 1902; attended Pur- due University; degree of B.S. in Electrical Engineering; inter- ested in discovering how the Rule in Shelley’s Case and Ohm’s Law can be reconciled; hobbies are golf and tennis; member of D. C. Bar; candidate for M.P.L. G{ 1 0 4 X JJze X 1931 DOCKET JACK CHARLES HOY Washington, D. C. ; born Butte, Mont., January 25, 1902; attended No- gales High School, Mt. St. Charles College, University of Arizona, Georgetown University; inter- ested in corporation law and min- ing law; candidate for LL.B. JAMES K. HUGHES Washington, D. C.; born New Phila- delphia, Ohio, November 11, 1905; graduate of Eastern High School ; interested in practicing law and bridge; hobbies are golf, fancy diving, dancing; candidate for LL.B. JAMES W. HUTCHISON Chevy Chase, Md. ; born Ashburn, Va.,. August 28, 1899; attended Ash- burn, Va., graded school and Leesburg, Va., high school; hobby is golf; candidate for LL.B. e{ 1 05 Jke 1931 DOCKET THELMA A. JAMES Washington, D. C. ; born Illinois; at- tended public schools and high school of Kansas; attended Chilli - cothe Business College, Chilli- cothe, Mo; attended George Washington University; candi- date for LL.B. RUSSELL S. JEFFREYS Washington, D. C. ; born Corvallis, Oregon, February 9, 1890; at- tended Portland, Ore., public school; Nome, Alaska, high school ; Oregon State College, Corvallis, Ore.; particularly in- terested in music; hobby is foot- ball; candidate for LL.B. GRACE KANODE Washington, D. C.; George Washing- ton University; Renshaw School of Speech ; State Department during War; associated eight years until his death with former Secretary of State Robert Lan- sing; special recognition by Chilean Government for work in Tacna-Arica Boundary Arbitra- tion ; President, Cy Pres Club, 1929-30; first woman appointed secretai ' y to Chief Justice, D. C. Supreme Court; member Ameri- can Guild of Organists, League of Republican Women, Kappa Beta Pi. 1 0 G } 9 Ae 1931 DOCKET FLOYD ABRAHAM KATON Washington, D. C.; born Tipton, Ind., December 25, 1900; attended Georgetown University; member of Indiana Bar; candidate for LL.B. JOHN BARRY KELLY Washington, D. C. ; born Georgetown, D. C., March 9, 1908; member Phi Beta Gamma; his hobby is swimming; candidate for LL.B. LUCY L. KELLY Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., 1905; graduate Jackson School and Western High School; especially interested in law; can- didate for LL.B. and LL.M. c{ 1 o 7 If te 1931 DOCKET LAWRENCE JOSEPH KELLY Pittsburgh, Pa.; born McKees Rocks, Pa., May 28, 1890; attended St. Francis De Sales School, McKees Rocks, Pa.; Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; his hobby is golf ; candidate for LL.B. JACOB D. KOLKER Washington, D. C. ; born Baltimore, Md., 1905; attended McKinley Manual Training School and Emerson Institute; member of Alpha Beta Phi; member of Vir- ginia Bar; his hobbies are golf and swimming; candidate for LL.B. JAMES CURTIS LADD Washington, D. C.; born Tennessee, February 12, 1888; attended high school, Theta, Tenn., and Wash- ington School of Accountancy, Washington, D. C. ; degree re- ceived B. Accounts; Ruskin Cave College, Ruskin, Tenn., especially interested Lieutenant Coast Ar- tillery Reserve, United States Army; member of the Sigma Nu Phi Fraternity (Legal) ; his hob- bies are hunting, swimming and reading; candidate for LL.B. G| 1 0 8 J0 1931 DOCKET FRANCIS R. LASH Alexandria, Va. ; born Alexandria, Va., March 15, 1901; attended Alexandria High School and Na- tional University School of Eco- nomics and Government; espe- cially interested in the law ; his hobbies are reading and bridge; candidate for LL.B. GEORGE E. LOGES Washington, D. C. ; born Sedalia, Mo., January 10, 1884; attended Sedalia High School; member of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; his hob- bies are golf and hunting; can- didate for LL.B. NEWTON N. LOVEWELL Washington, D. C.; born New Hamp- shire, April 28, 1901; attended McKinley Manual Training School, University of Wisconsin, George Washington Law School; especially interested in radio en- gineering; his hobby is tennis; candidate for LL.B. ( 3 | 1 0 9 jAe 1931 DOCKET CLARENCE O. LUHN Washington, D. C.; born Maryland, 1893; attended Poolesville High, Md., Pace and Pace School of Accountancy and Business Ad- ministration; candidate for LL.B., LL.M., M.P.L.; Honorable Mention for Eugene Carusi gold medal for the highest average in the Freshman Class, 1929. JOHN M. LYNHAM Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C. ; attended Central High School and Steward’s Business College, Washington, D. C.; espe- cially interested in law; Sigma Lambda Nu Fraternity, Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal) Fraternity; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. ANTHONY MALEY Washington, D. C. ; born Cumberland, Md., March 27, 1907 ; attended Beall High School, Frostburg, Md., Strayers College, and George Washington University; member Phi Beta Gamma Fraternity, the Bon Homme Swimming and Ath- letic Club, the Y. M. C. A., and the Italian-American Boxing Club; candidate for LL.B. 1 1 o 1931 DOCKET WILLIAM M. MALONE Washington, D. C. ; born Texas, Mar. 25, 1903; attended Texas Univer- sity, George Washington Univer- sity; candidate for LL.B. FRANCES AMBLER MARSHALL Lyon Village, Va.; born Markham, Va., Sept. 17, 1905; attended Western High School, Washing- ton, D. C. ; Convent of Sacred Heart, Torresdale, Pa. ; member Kappa Beta Pi; candidate for LL.B. ALFRED J. MAXWELL Columbus, Ohio; born Franklinville, New York, November 2, 1882; at- tended Ten Broeck Free Acad- emy, Franklinville, N. Y. ; West- brook Commercial Academy, Olean, N. Y. ; Columbus, College of Law, Columbus, Ohio; Major Finance Department, U. S. Army; especially interested in finance and accountancy; member Sigma Delta Kappa; his hobby is golf; candidate for LL.B. el 1 1 1 J® 1931 DOCKET HARRY D. MAI PIN Washington. D. C. ; born Salisbury. X. C., April 26, 1900; attended Washington and Lee University and Georgetown Law School; hi hobby is football; candidate for LL.B. ERNEST C. MELLOR Washington, D. C.; born New Ro- chelle, X. Y., October 22, 1902; attended Washington County High School, Hagerstown, Md. (graduate) ; Ben Franklin Uni- versity, Washington, D. C.; no- tary public, D. C.: member Sigma Xu Phi Fraternity; his hobbies are hunting, golf, fishing and swimming; candidate for LL.B. JOHN DEAN MILLER Portland, Oregon ; born Roseburg. Oregon, November 8, 1910; at- tended Columbia University and Northwestern College of Law, Portland, Oregon; especially in- terested in law ; his hobby is studying; candidate for LL.B. T £ 1 1 2 ' Da. 1931 DOCKET JOHN FRANK MILLER, Jr. Hickory, N. C. ; born in North Caro- lina; attended Lenoir-Rhyne Col- lege, Hickory, N. C. ; Pace and Pace Institute, Washington, D. C. ; member National University Masonic Club; served in Ameri- can Expeditionary Force in France during World War; can- didate for LL.B. BURTON F. MILLER Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., December 20, 1907 ; attend- ed Western High School, Devitt Preparatory School; his hobby is golf; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. LORING C. MILLER Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., March 7, 1889; attended Business High School, LaSalle Extension University; his hob- bies are baseball, music and read- ing; candidate for LL.B. Q { 1 1 3 } ' 0 1931 DOCKET THOMAS LEVINESE MILLER Virginia; graduate McMaster Uni- versity, Ontario, Canada; Na- tional University of Therapeu- tics; Columbia Institute of Phys- iotherapy, Washington, D. C. : Doctor of Chiropractic, National University of Economics and Government; National Univer- sity Law School, LL.B.; U. S. Marine Corps; Postmaster, East Gate No. 34, Masonic Lodge, 32d degree, Scottish Rite; member Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; his hobby is music; candidate for LL.M. ARTHUR L. MITTELL Washington, D. C.; born Boston, Mass., June 19, 1904; attended Boston Latin School, Tufts Col- lege, Harvard University; his hobbies are music and literature; candidate for LL.B. ELIHU HOLLAND MOORE Newbern, Tenn.; born Gibson County, Tenn., October 24, 1897; attended Tennessee public schools, Benj. Franklin University, and Na- tional University School of Eco- nomics and Government; espe- cially interested in automobiles and locomotives; his hobby is reading; candidate for LL.B. i i 4 J 0 1931 DOCKET ALBION L. MORRIS Washington, D. C. ; born Camden, N. J.; attended grade, high and business schools in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania; especially interested in transpor- tation law; member of the Ma- sonic Fraternity; his hobbies are baseball and golf ; candidate for LL.B. FRANCIS G. MORRISON Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., June 12, 1905; attended Emerson Institute, American In- stitution of Banking; hobby is golf ; candidate for LL.B. HORACE TRUXTUN MORRISON Washington, D. C.; born Hamilton, Va., September 20, 1906; attended National University School of Economics and graduate of American Institute of Banking; especially interested in law; mem- ber of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal), and Democratic Club; his hobby is golf; candidate for LL.B. e{ 1 1 5 J 0 0 1931 DOCKET BERT WILLIAM MORROW Washington, D. C. ; born Salina, Iowa, September 15, 1904; attended high school, Liberal, Kansas; Business College, Chillicothe, Mo.; candidate for LL.B. WILLIAM T. MURPHY Washington, D. C. ; born Milford, Mass., February 16, 1902; at- tended St. Mary’s Academy, Mil- ford, Mass.; especially interested in giving dissenting opinions; his hobby is reading; candidate for LL.B. CHARLES KAVANAUGH MURR Washington, D. C. ; born Baltimore, Md., 1893; attended graded, high school and Strayers Business Col- lege; especially interested in music; member Sigma Delta Kappa; his hobbies are music, baseball and reading; candidate for LL.B. i i (i ' y ie 1931 DOCKET JAMES A. MURRAY Washington, D. C. ; born Mt. Carmel, S. C., October 20, 1898; attended Anderson, S. C., elementary and high schools, National University School of Economics and Govern- ment; especially interested in transportation and interstate commerce; his hobbies are read- ing and study; candidate for LL.B. WILLIAM EDWIN McCAIN Washington, D. C. ; born Idabelle, Okla., October 19, 1892; attended high school, Guerty, Okla., Bowie Commercial College, Bowie, Tex.; member of Masonic Lodge, Naval 87, Vallejo, Calif., Masonic Club, National University, Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal), Sojourners Chapter No. 3, Washington, D. C., Heroes of ’76, Lieutenant (S. C.), U. S. Navy, and Secre- tary of Federal Traffic Board; his hobbies are golf and fishing; candidate for LL.B. maurice j. McCarthy Washington, D. C. ; born New York, N. Y., March 28, 1896; attended Columbia University; especially interested in law; his hobbies are baseball and reading; candidate for LL.M. G| 1 1 7}0 y e 1931 DOCKET JOSEPH P. McCLOSKY Glen Echo Heights, Md. ; born Hart- ford, Conn., October 18, 1890; at- tended Blackstone High School and Strayers Business School; candidate for LL.B. LLOYD A. MACDONALD Washington, D. C. ; born Flemings- burg, Ky., April 18, 1908; attend- ed University of Kentucky, Transylvania College, George Washington and National Uni- versity; member Pi Kappa Alpha Social; his hobbies are baseball and hunting; candidate for LL.B., LL.M., M.P.L. ANDREW J. McGARRAGHY Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., March 26, 1909; attended Business High School; especially interested in business administra- tion, government, law, physics; member Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; his hobbies are tennis, golf, bowl- ing, yachting, aquaplaning, swim- ming, canoeing; candidate for LL.B. 1 1 8 1 Jie 1931 DOCKET RAYMOND CORMAC McGARVEY Born Tresckow, Pa.; schools, Wash- ington, D. C. ; theatrical reviewer for local newspaper, and man- ager of numerous theatrical STARS; baseball and horse rac- ing; candidate for LL.B. HENRY S. McKINLEY, Jr. Washington, D. C. ; born Huntington, W. Va., September 17, 1904; graduate of Eastern High School. Washington, D. C. ; member of Washington Swimming Club; his hobby is swimming; candidate for LL.B. ALEXANDER D. MACKINNON Washington, D. C. ; born Vermont, December 8, 1899; attended Spaulding High School, Barre, Vt. ; candidate for LL.B. ef 1 1 o }© 1931 DOCKET ida McMillan Washington, D. C. ; born Fitzgerald, Ga. ; graduated from Fitzgerald High School; attended University of Georgia ; member of Phi Delta Delta (Legal); Queen’s Bench; candidate for LL.B. ROBERT LEE NAGLE Washington, D. C. ; born Lawrence, Kansas, August 6, 1891 ; attended public schools, business college; hobbies are golf, baseball, swim- ming, hunting, fishing, music and reading; candidate for LL.B. THEODORE H. NAYLOR Washington, D. C.; born Kansas, May 28, 1891 ; attended Carnegie School of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Kansas State Normal; can- didate for LL.B. ef i2o}® y ie 1931 DOCKET BERNARD J. NEES Hyattsville, Md. ; born East Liverpool, Ohio, April 7, 1908; attended Hyattsville elementary school and high school, and American Insti- tute of Banking; especially inter- ested in pen and ink cartoon work; his hobby is tennis; can- didate for LL.B. MARY B. NELSON Washington, D. C. ; especially inter- ested in interior decorating, read- ing and writing; member of Phi Delta Delta; hobbies are golf, swimming, music and reading- candidate for LL.B. HERBERT NEY Washington, D. C. ; born Philadelphia, Pa., November 23, 1896; attended Pa. High and Chicago Tech; es- pecially interested in mechanical and structural engineering; his hobbies are baseball and swim- ming; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. G| 1 2 1 }© 1931 DOCKET LEO C. NOLAN Washington, D. C. ; born Scranton, Pa., October 29, 1895; attended St. Thomas College, Scranton, Pa.; his hobby is reading; can- didate for LL.B. DORSEY KAUFMAN OFFUTT Washington, D. C. ; born Rockville, Md.; attended Business High School, Central High School, Uni- versity of Maryland; especially interested in swimming, art, music and science; member of Sigma Nu Phi; his hobbies are swimming, football and tennis; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. EUGENE OHLANDER Washington, D. C. ; member Sigmn Nu Phi Fraternity (Legal), Na- tional University Masonic Club: his hobby is golf ; candidate for LL.B. e| 1 2 2 r y ie 1931 DOCKET JAMES M. O’LEARY Washington, D. C. ; born Somerset, Ky., July 4, 1903; attended Uni- versity of Iowa and Creighton University; candidate for LL.B. AMOS TOWNSEND PAGTER Washington, D. C. ; born New Haven, Conn., January 9, 1891; attended Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, received degree of Ph.B. in 1911; especially inter- ested in mechanical and industrial engineering; member of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal), 32d Degree Mason and Shriner, Masonic Club, National University; World W T ar veteran; Reserve Officers’ Association; his hobby is athlet- ics; candidate for LL.B.; honor- able mention for the John Byrne Company prize for the best examination on Bills and Notes, 1929. HOWARD A. PENNY Jessup, Md.; born Jessup, Md., April 23, 1896; attended Rock Hill Col- lege, Ellicott City, Md. ; St. John’s College, Annapolis, Md.; candi- date for LL.B. ©{123 }© 0 ? 1931 DOCKET VICTOR PERLMUTTER Washington, D. C. ; born Russia, De- cember 25, 1906; attended East- ern High School, Emerson Insti- tute, and National University Law School; especially interested in journalism, philosophy and politics; member Alpha Beta Phi Fraternity, Iris Social Club; his hobbies are reading, music and debating; candidate for LL.B. BESSIE PHELAN Allenton, Mo.; born in Missouri; graduate of Normal School, Cape Girardeau, Mo., and attended University of Missouri; member of Phi Delta Delta and of the Queen’s Bench (Legal) ; her hobby is tennis; candidate for LL.B. JOSEPH ELMER PHILLIPS Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., July 7, 1907; attended Business High School, Washing- ton, D. C. ; especially interested in law, elocution, philology and etymology; member of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal), and Washington Council of Knights of Columbus his hobbies ai ' e reading and golf; candidate for LL.B., LL.M., and M.P.L. ei 1 24 1931 DOCKET KATHRYNE PICKETT Washington, D. C. ; member Phi Delta Delta; candidate for LL.B. JACOB PLOTNICK Washington, D. C. ; born Baltimore, Md., December 20, 1906; attended University of Virginia and George Washington University; especially interested in radio broadcasting; member of Alpha Beta Phi (Legal) ; his hobby is music; candidate for LL.B. ALBERT H. PLOTZKY Washington, D. C. ; born Poland, Feb- ruary 1, 1902; attended George Washington University; espe- cially interested in literature; member of Masonic Club, Na- tional University; his hobbies are golf, swimming and reading; member of Alpha Kappa Sigma (Legal) ; candidate for LL.B. i 1 2 5 }3 1931 DOCKET LIKE M. POLAND Washington. D. C. ; born Washington. D. C., April 12, 1905; graduate and member of International Ac- countants Society; especially in- terested in law; his hobbies are swimming and hunting; candi- date for LL.B.. LL.M., A.B. HERBERT G. POTTHOFF Washington, D. C.; born Galveston, Texas, April 30, 1899; graduate of Ball High School, Galveston, Texas, and Pace Institute. Wash- ington. D. C. ; hobbies: football, baseball and bowling; candidate for LL.B. GENEVIEVE R. PRATT Chevy Chase, Md. ; born in Coalville. Utah, 1900; Vice-President of Class of 1928-29; Class Historian. 1929-30; Vice-President. Rocky Mountain Law Club, 1929-30; Reporter for Phi Delta Delta, 1929-30; on staff. Year Book, 1929-30; member of Phi Delta Delta legal fraternity; one hobby — “he is four years old’’: especially interested in becoming a member of law firm of Pratt Pratt; candidate for LL.B. if 1 2 0 1931 DOCKET JOSEPH JAY PRATT Washington, D. C. ; born Baltimore, Md., July 27, 1890; attended Pace and Pace Accounting School; es- pecially interested in accounting; member Sigma Nu Phi (Legal), Masonic Club, National Univer- sity; his hobbies are golf, fishing and reading; candidate for LL.B. MEYER PUMPS Washington, D. C. ; born Byolistock, Russia, 1903; attended Central High School, Washington, D. C., Washington Apprentice School, U. S. Navy Yard, Washington, D. C., National University, School of Economics and Govern- ment, received degree of LL.B.; Associate Justice, Alpha Beta Phi (Legal) ; secretary of Class of 1930; hobbies are swimming, tennis, and golf; candidate for LL.M. and M.P.L. WILFRED JOHN REDMOND Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., March 19, 1903; attended St. John’s Preparatory College, Washington, D. C.; completed two and one-half years’ pre-legal work at Georgetown University; member of Mu Chapter George- town University, Delta Sigma Pi National Fraternity; his hobby is golf and football; candidate for LL.B. G| 1 27 J® 1931 DOCKET THOMAS J. REIDY Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., December 11, 1898; grad- uated from high school and St. John ' s College, Washington, D. C.; his hobbies are baseball, swimming, hunting, music and reading; candidate for LL.B. JULIUS H. RICE Washington, D. C. ; born Union City, Pa., June 23, 1904; attended U. S. Military Academy and George Washington University, received A.B. degree; member of Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal) ; his hob- bies are golf and swimming; can- didate for LL.B. HARRY CLARKE ROBB, Jr. Washington, D. C. ; born Boston, Mass., June 10, 1905; attended McKinley Manual Training School, Washington, D. C., and graduate of Syracuse University with degree of E.E.; especially interested in engineering and patent law; member of Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Mu Ep- silon, Sigma Nu and Masonic Club; his hobbies are golf, swim- ming, hunting, and fishing; can- didate for LL.B. and M.P.L. 1 2 8 }e) 1931 DOCKET J. W. H. ROBERTS Washington, D. C. ; born October 27, 1905; attended Smithdeal College, Cumberland University and George Washington University; his hobbies are baseball and hunt- ing; candidate for LL.B. LYLE LYNN ROBERTSON Washington, D. C. ; born Manilla, Iowa, February 1, 1905; attended Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; member of Phi Alpha Phi frater- nity ; his hobbies are golf, base- ball and football; candidate for LL.B. JAMES A. ROBEY Washington, D. C. ; born Indian Head, Md., June 25, 1905; attended Lackey High School, Indian Head, Md., and Strayer College, Washington, D. C. ; member of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; can- didate for LL.B. el 1 2 9 }d) 0 , 1931 DOCKET CHARLENE ROLAND Washington. D. C. ; born Melvin, 111., graduated from Kankakee High School and Business College; member of Phi Delta Delta and Queen ' s Bench (Legal) ; candi- date for LL.B. GARRETT CHAMBERLAIN RUSH Washington. D. C.; born Texas; at- tended Washington School of Chiropractic and National Col- lege of Chiropractic (Chicago. 111.), graduating with degree of Doctor of Chiropractic; especially interested in the study of man. his welfare and his destiny ; mem- ber of Sigma Phi Kappa, Sigma Xu Phi (Legal), is a 32d Degree Mason and Shriner; his hobbies are reading, music and golf; can- didate for LL.B. EMMA L. RITTER Washington. D. C. ; born Paducah. Ky. ; attended West Kentucky State Normal, Bowling Green. Ky.. and George Washington University; member of Phi Delta Delta (Legal) ; candidate for LL.B. 1 3 0 }e) 1931 DOCKET HUBERT POTTER SALE Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., June 29, 1897; attended National School of Commerce and graduate of Georgetown Univer- sity School of Foreign Service with degree of Bachelor of For- eign Service; member of Delta Phi Epsilon; his hobby is foot- ball; candidate for LL.B. PRENTISS D. SALE Washington, D. C. ; born Knoxville, Tenn., March 15, 1892; graduated George Washington University, received degrees of B.S. and M.S., Civil Engineering; especially in- terested in engineering and sci- ence ; hobbies, swimming and golf ; member of Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal) and Sigma Nu; candi- date for LL.B. and M.P.L. JOHN J. SAUNDERS Washington, D. C. ; born N. Y. ; candidate for New York, LL.B. e| 1 3 1 1931 DOCKET JOHN H. SCHOOLEY Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., January 24, 1905; attended Devitt Preparatory School; espe- cially interested in banking; member of Masonic Club, Na- tional University; his hobbies are hunting and fishing; candi date for LL.B. CLAYTON SCYPHERS Greendale, Va.; born Holston, Va., October 9, 1904; graduated King College Preparatory School and Lincoln Memorial University, re- ceived degree of A.B.; candidate for LL.B. and J.D. HAROLD L. B. SEAMAN Takoma Park, Md. ; born Washington, D. C., October 19, 1907; attended McKinley Manual Training High School and George Washington University; member of Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal) ; his hobby is music; candidate for LL.B. 0 1 2 }e) £931 DOCKET GERYASIO G. SESE Washington, D. C. ; born Mexico, Pampanga, Philippines, June 19, 1905; attended Pampanga High School; member of Filipino Club of Washington, D. C., Inc., and Philippine Columbians; his hob- bies are reading, boxing and swimming; candidate for LL.B. PEDRO P. SEMSEM Washington, D. C. ; born Porac, Pam- panga, Philippine Islands, Janu- ary 10, 1904; attended Angeles Elementary School and Liceo de Manila, P. I.; College of Arts and Sciences, Chicago, 111., and is a graduate of National University Law School with degree LL.B.; especially interested in criminal law; member of Philippine Co- lumbians, Filipino Club and In- ternational Typographical Union; his hobby is hunting; is a member of the District of Columbia Bar; candidate for LL.M. and M.P.L. THOMAS F. SHANAHAN Riverdale, Md.; born Ft. Worth, Tex., November 8, 1882; attended Workers University, Chicago, 111., and Research University, Washington, D. C. ; member Na - tional University Masonic Club; director in Fidelity Plan Corpora- tion, Munson Auto-Lock Tile Co., and Washington Wimsett Co.; his hobby is golf; candidate for LL.B. e{ 1 3 3 0 1931 DOCKET LEWIS H. SHAPIRO M ashington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., December 25, 1906; attend- ed Business High School and George Washington University; received A.B. degree; his hobbies are golf, baseball and swimming; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. HARRY C. SHRIVER Washington, D. C. ; born Littletown, Pa.; attended Cumberland Val- ley State Teachers’ College, Dick- inson College, and Gettysburg College; received LL.B. degree; member Theta Chi and Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; his hobbies are reading, politics and music; can- didate for LL.M. EDWARD GEORGE SIEVERS Washington, D. C. ; born Wisconsin, July 1, 1893; B.A., University of Wisconsin; Masonic Club of Na- tional University; Theta Chi Na- tional Fraternity; hobbies are golf and travel; candidate for LL.B. £{134 }c y ie 1931 DOCKET SAMUEL SILVERMAN Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., January 30, 1911; attended Business High School, Emerson Institute, and National Univer- sity School of Economics and Government; member of Alpha Kappa Sigma (Legal) ; his hobby is baseball; candidate for LL.B. BEV ERLEY SINGLETON SIMMS Washington, D. C. ; born Barnwell, S. C., August 15, 1910; attended Barnwell High School and Mc- Kinley High School; member of Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal) ; his hobbies are golf, tennis and read- ing; candidate for LL.B. GEORGE W. SIMONS, Jr. Washington, D. C. ; born Easton, Pa., June 1, 1901; attended Easton High School, Easton, Pa., Mt. Hermon Preparatory School, Mt. Hermon, Mass., and Chattanooga College of Law, Chattanooga, Tenn. ; member of Delta Theta Phi (Legal) ; his hobby is swim- ming; candidate for LL.B. 1 3 5 }© Ae 1931 DOCKET WILLIAM ADRIAN SIMPSON Washington, D. C.; born Troy, N. Y., July 18, 1893; attended Troy High School and Columbus Uni- versity; candidate for LL.B. ASAEL J. SMITH Washington, D. C. ; born Salt Lake City, Utah, September 28, 1903; member Phi Beta Gamma; can- didate for LL.B. FRANK W. SMITH Washington, D. C. ; born Akron, In- diana, February 28, 1905; attend- ed Akron High School and George Washington University; member of Delta Tau Delta; candidate for LL.B. G{ 1 3 G }d Z yjie 1931 DOCKET MERRITT L. SMITH Washington, D. C. ; born New Jersey, December 12, 1903; attended Business High School and Pace Institute of Accountancy, Wash- ington, D. C.; President of Class, 1929; member Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal); candidate for LL.B.; won Eugene Carusi gold medal for the highest average in the Freshman Class, 1929; honorable mention for the John Byrne Company prize for the best ex- amination on Bills and Notes. S. PRESTON SMITH Washington, D. C. ; born Nacco, Mex- ico, July 16, 1901; attended Uni- versity, Salt Lake City, Utah; member Rocky Mountain Law Club; his hobby is hunting; can- didate for LL.B. A. BARGAR SMITH Washington, D. C. ; born Uhrichs- ville, Ohio, October 18, 1891; at- tended Uhrichsville High School; member of Sigma Nu Phi (Legal); his hobby is golf; can- didate for LL.B. ef 1 3 ? }© Jke 1931 DOCKET ATHERTON G. SOUTHWORTH Anacostia, D. C. ; born Brockton, Mass., January 1, 1888; attended Warwick High School and Pace and Pace Institute; member of Masonic Club National Univer- sity, Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; his hobbies are hunting and reading: candidate for LL.B. BENNIE SPEAR Washington, D. C. ; born Philadelphia, Pa., March 1, 1908; attended Southern High School, Brown Preparatory School and Eastern University; candidate for LL.B. LAWRENCE S. SPURCH Washington, D. C. ; born Ohio; grad- uate Steward’s Business College; attended Catholic University; graduate Columbia School of Drafting; candidate for LL.M. G| 1 38}0 1931 DOCKET CHARLES W. STEWART Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., April 12, 1890; attended Business High School, Washing- ton, D. C., and National Univer- sity School of Economics and Government; his hobbies are baseball, swimming and reading; candidate for LL.B. BERT RAY STOUGH Washington, D. C.; born Wichita, Kans., November 4, 1883; at- tended Ft. Smith, Ark., High School, St. John’s College, Wash- ington, D. C., Emerson Institute. Washington, D. C.; candidate for LL.B. DOYLE HARTWELL STRANGE Henderson, N. C.; born Louisburg, N. C., April 25, 1906; graduate Henderson High School; attended Wake Forest College of N. C.; member of North Carolina Bar; member Phi Beta Gamma Frater- nity; his hobbies are football and baseball; interested in politics; candidate for LL.B. e{ 1 3 9 JAe 1931 DOCKET ROSE EDITH TABB Washington, D. C. ; born Baltimore, Md. ; attended George Washing- ton University; member of Phi Delta Delta (Legal) ; and Queen’s Bench; her hobbies are horseback riding, swimming, tennis and art; candidate for LL.B. MISS ABBIE TAYLOR Rome, Pa.; born Rome, Pa.; graduated Pennsylvania State Normal, Mansfield, Pa.; attended Penn- sylvania State College; member of Kappa Beta Pi (Legal), and Queen’s Bench, National Univer- sity; candidate for LL.B. GARLAND E. TAYLOR Washington, D. C. ; born Spartanburg, S. C., March 1, 1905; graduated Spartanburg High School, Wol- ford College (two years) ; Na- tional University Law School; re- ceived LL.B. degree; especially interested in law, psychology and philosophy; hobbies are swim- ming, hunting and music; candi- date for A.B. qJ 14 0 c) 1931 DOCKET MERTON A. TEVYAW Washington, D. C. ; born East Berk- shire, Vt., September 23, 1892; attended Houghton High School, Bolton, Mass., Marlboro Business College, Marlboro, Mass., and Pace and Pace School of Accoun- tancy, Washington, D. C. ; Past Master New Jerusalem Lodge, No. 9, F.A.A.M.; his hobbies are hunting and fishing; candidate for LL.B. MARYANE I. THOMAS Washington, D. C. ; born Utica, N. Y.; member of Phi Delta Delta; can- didate for LL.B. JAMES A. THOMPSON Washington, D. C. ; born Washington. D. C., January 26, 1908; attended McKinley Manual Training School, Eastern High School and American Institute of Banking; member of Alpha Sigma Lambda (Legal) ; his hobby is swimming; candidate for LL.B. and M.L. G{ 1 4 1 1931 DOCKET MARGUERITE R. THORNTON Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., December 24, 1904; attend- ed Holy Cross Academy and School of Economics and Govern- ment, National University; hob- bies, aviation and music; candi- date for LL.B. CARL VALORE Washington, D. C. ; born Atlantic City, N. J., February 14, 1909; graduated Atlantic City High School and Brown Preparatory School; his hobby is music; can- didate for LL.B. WALTER B. VOGEL Washington, D. C. ; born Malcom, Iowa, February 6, 1890; attended Iowa State College, University of Rennes and Palmer School of Chiropractic, received degree of D.C. ; his hobbies are golf, base- ball and bowling; candidate for LL.B. Of 1 4 2 y ie 1931 DOCKET LEONARD P. WALSH Washington, D. C.; born Superior, Wis. ; University of Minnesota, 1927, A.B.; member of Delta Tau Delta; candidate for LL.B. SAMUEL SELVIN WEISBERG Washington, D. C.; born Philadelpia, Pa., July 29, 1909; attended South Philadelphia High School; his hobbies are music, reading and basketball; candidate for LL.B. BERNARD A. WELLENSIEK Washington, D. C. ; born St. Louis, Mo., August 9, 1905; attended Mt. St. Joseph’s College, Balti- more, Md., and Georgetown Uni- versity, Washington, D. C. ; can- didate for LL.B. 2 | 1 43 l Ae 1931 DOCKET WILLIAM WERFEL Washington, D. C. ; born Austria, November 16, 1906; attended Seward Park Evening High School, High School of Commerce, Eron Preparatory School, New York City, and St. John’s Col- lege, School of Accounting and Finance, Brooklyn, N. Y.; can- didate for LL.B. and LL.M. DANIEL D. WEYMOUTH Washington, D. C. ; born Callao, Va., April 14, 1902; attended Callao High School, National Univer- sity, School of Economics and Government and National Uni- versity Law School, received de- gree of LL.B.; his hobby is base- ball; candidate for LL.M. JOHN S. W HITT Silver Spring, Md. ; born Washington, D. C., August 24, 1899; attended public schools of Washington, D. C., U. S. Naval Radio Electri- cal School, Harvard University and School of Economics and Government, National Univer- sity; his hobbies are golf, hunt- ing and music; candidate for LL.B. 1 4 4 Ae 1931 DOCKET ROBERT I. WILLIAMS Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., September 8, 1905; attend- ed Eastern High School and George Washington University; Marshall of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; his hobbies are tennis, golf, hunting and music; candi- date for LL.B. H. HAGEN WILSON Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., September 12, 1893; gradu- ated Washington Business High School, attended George Wash- ington University ; member Alpha Chi Rho, Alpha Kappa Kappa; director of the Metropolis Build- ing and Loan Association; candi- date for LL.B. RUTH F. WILSON Washington, D. C. ; born Hamilton, Mo.; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. 1 4 5 J0 1931 DOCKET CHARLES LUDWELL WINGATE Washington, D. C. ; born Macon, Ga. ; attended School of Economics and Government, National Univer- sity, George Washington Univer- sity and University of Pennsyl- vania, received A.B. degree; espe- cially interested in politics; mem- ber of Masonic Lodge, Myron M. Parker Lodge No. 27, F.A.A.M., Masonic Club, National Univer- sity, Order of Lafayettes, Amer- ican Legion; his hobby is canoe- ing; candidate for LL.B. WILMER S. WINGATE Chevy Chase, Md.; born Macon, Ga., November 3, 1882; attended Y. M. C. A. School of Accountancy and George Washington University; candidate for LL.B. CHARLES E. WRIGHT Washington, D. C. ; born Springfield, Mo., 1905; attended Springfield State College; candidate for LL.B. r fke 1931 DOCKET CARROLL G. YOAKUM Washington, D. C.; born Texas, Au gust 16, 1904; attended high school, Gainesville, Texas; Stray- ers Business College, Washington, D. C., and George Washington University; member Rocky Moun- tain Law Club; his hobbies are tennis, reading and hunting; can- didate for LL.B. CARNEGIE YORK Washington, D. C. ; born Waldron, Ark., August 10, 1902; attended Waldron High School, Chillicothe Business College, Mo., George Washington University and Uni- versity of Arkansas; candidate for LL.B. ROBERT HARRISON YORKDALE Washington, D. C. ; born Rockford, 111., June 22, 1906; attended Cen- tral High School, Washington, D. C. ; candidate for LL.B. 1 4 7 J0 DOCKET 1931 ALBERT L. YOUNG Washington, D. C.; born Anniston, Ala., July 21, 1898; attended N. G. A. College, Dahlonega, Ga., and George Washington Univer- sity, Washington, D. C. ; member of Sigma Nu fraternity and American Legion ; his hobby is golf; candidate for LL.B. JAMES L. YOUNG Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., May 19, 1895; attended Washington, D. C., High School, and George Washington Univer- sity, received B.S. degree, chem- istry, and M.S.; candidate for LL.B. MARION T. WOODRUFF Washington, D. C. ; born Des Moines, Iowa, October 18, 1903; attended University of Pennsylvania; member of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; candidate for LL.B. 1 4 S J0 3 %e 1931 DOCKET GEORGE W. BROWN Washington, D. C. ; graduate Fred- erick High School, Blue Ridge College; Chancellor of Phi Beta Gamma; candidate for LL.B. W. RUSSELL BROWNE Washington, D. C. ; born Virginia, September 29, 1904; attended Emerson Institute; his hobby is reading; candidate for LL.B. GEORGE G. BUCHHE1STER Upper Marlboro, Md. ; born Balti- more, Md., December 11, 1898; attended University of Maryland and George Washington Univer- sity; especially interested in journalism ; member of Sigma Nu; his hobby is tennis; candi- date for LL.B. ©{149 }3 jAe 1931 DOCKET JAMES THOMAS CAREY Washington, D. C. ; born Illinois; at- tended Greer College and Na- tional Law University, received degree of LL.B.; 32d Degree Ma- son, Shriner; member of In Com Co Club; hobbies, hunting and fishing; candidate for LL.M. and M.P.L. A. SHERMAN CHRISTENSON Washington, D. C. ; born Manti, Utah, June 9, 1905; attended Manti High School, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; George Washington University; especially interested in public speaking; member Tau Kappa Alpha (National Debating), Theta Alpha Phi (National Dra- matic) ; his hobby is reading; candidate for LL.B.; won the P’aculty prize as the best debater, 1929. BERNARD M. CHERNOFF Washington, D. C.; born Crimea, Russia, July 25, 1903; graduated Yale College with B.A. degree; his hobby is reading; member of D. C. Bar; candidate for LL.M. q { i 5 o }e Ae 1931 DOCKET MORRIS M. FOX Washington, D. C.; born Washington, D. C., December 25, 1909; at- tended Monroe School, Business High School; especially interested in dramatics and athletics; hob- bies are baseball, basketball, foot- ball; candidate for LL.B. CHESTER M. GAMEZ Washington, D. C. ; born Guatemala City, Guatemala, C. A. ; attended Washington College of Law; member of Sigma Beta Phi ; can- didate for LL.B. SIDNEY BRYAN HILL Washington, D. C. ; born Michigan, October 18, 1897 ; attended Amer- ican University; Chief Justice, Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; his hobby is reading; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. ef 1 5 i f© 1931 DOCKET OSCAR GLENN IDEN Washington, D. C. ; born Nebraska. August 8, 1891; attended George- town University, George Wash- ington University, American University, degree of Bachelor of Foreign Service; Master Political Science; interested in bridge; member of Delta Sigma Pi, Sigma Nu Phi; candidate for LL.B. STEPHEN M. JOHNSON Washington, D. C. ; born Pleasant- ville, N. J., December 22, 1905; attended Dickinson Law, Atlan- tic City High School, Temple University, South Jersey Law; interested in music ; member of Delta Chi and Corpus Juris; hob- bies are golf, swimming and music; candidate for LL.B. WM. T. McKENNA Washington, D. C. ; born Pennsyl- vania, March 21, 1904; attended George Washington University; member of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; candidate for LL.B. and LL.M. 1 5 2 Ae 1931 DOCKET MARTIN RASPADO MONTANO Washington, D. C. ; born Laoag, Ilo- cos Norte, Philippine Islands; LL.B., Lincoln University, San Francisco, Calif.; ex-President Filipino Epworth League, Hono- lulu, T. H.; ex-Vice-President and Critic, Filipino Circle, San Francisco, Calif.; Auditor, Fili- pino Junior Barristers, San Fran- cisco, Calif.; member Filipino Club, Washington, D. C. ; candi- date for Master of Law and Gov- ernment. WILLIAM HOWARD OLSON Washington, D. C.; born Duluth, Minn., June 24, 1904; attended Maury High School, Norfolk, Va., George Washington U niversity and Georgetown University; his hobbies are fishing and hunting; candidate for LL.B. ALBERT A. PETER Washington, D. C. ; born Leopold, Ind., May 2, 1894; attended Indi- ana State Normal School, Terre Haute, Ind., National University, Washington, D. C. ; received de- gree of LL.B.; member of D. C. Bar and Indiana Bar; his hobbies are music and reading; candidate for LL.M. and M.P.L. jn. I l I ' ■ n i 5 . ■ ift_ u terrc 1 5 3 1931 DOCKET TAYLOR PRYSE Chevy Chase, Md. ; born Oklahoma, April 9, 1902; attended Oregon State College, University of Ken- tucky; his hobby is football; can- didate for LL.B. MARTIN JAMES SNELUS Washington, D. C. ; born El Paso, Tex., December 17, 1903; attend- ed Georgetown University; mem- ber of Phi Beta Gamma (Legal) ; hobby, tennis; candidate for LL.B. J. DOUGLAS SWENSON Washington, D. C. ; born Salt Lake City, Utah, January 4, 1905; member Phi Beta Gamma; can- didate for LL.B. 1 5 4 3 %e 1931 DOCKET HENRY W. BRANSOM Washington, D. C. ; born State of Maryland, March 6, 1901; grad- uate Eastern High School, George Washington University; his hob- bies are golf, baseball, swimming and hunting; candidate for LL.B. WALTER LOVELL HAGEN Rochester, N. Y. ; Rochester Business Institute, Rochester Athenaeum ; President, Class 1914, George Washington University, degree D.D.S.; Professor George Wash- ington University, 1915 to 1921; President, Class of 1930, National University, degree LL.B.; Past Chancellor Choate Chapter Sigma Nu Phi (Legal) ; National Uni- versity Masonic Club; Congres- sional Country Club; Past Mas- ter, F. A. A. M.; Past Patron, O. E. S. ; Beta Gamma; Psi Omega (Dental) ; Spanish Wat- Veteran; candidate for LL.M. MAXIMIANO MERMITO VILLAREAL “Max” is an alumnus of the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown Uni- versity; he has degree of B.C.S. and is Associate Editor of the Bulletin, Philippine Columbians; is engaged in newspaper work, is a member of Esperanto Asso- ciation of North America. After he obtained his first college de- gree he went abroad — traveling for the purpose of studying. He has visited many places in Europe and enjoyed greatly seeing the Old World. e{ 1 5 5 Jtie 1931 DOCKET MAURO BARADI Washington, D. C. ; born Bani, Pan- gasinan, Philippines, August 22, 1899; graduate of University High School, University of the Philippines, Manila, P. I.; (1919) College of Law of National Uni- versity, Manila (1923) ; National University Law School, Wash- ington, D. C. (1930) ; received degrees of LL.B., LL.M., and M.P.L. ; especially interested in law and economics; member Philippine Bar, admitted to prac- tice before Court of Appeals, D. C., and U. S. Supreme Court; President, Filipino Club of Wash- ington, D. C. ; hobbies are music and public speaking; candidate for A.B. JOSEPH N. DOTSON Washington, D. C. ; born Cedar City, Utah, July 29, 1903; attended high school; Latter Day Saints University (4 years) ; School of Engineering, University of Utah (SV 2 years) ; especially interested in structural engineering; hob- bies are tennis, inventions and patent work, and radio; patent searcher for Westinghouse Elec- tric and Manufacturing Com- pany; candidate for B.S. JOHN B. ECKER Washington, D. C. ; born Washington, D. C., December 12, 1906; attend- ed University of Virginia in 1924-25; Washington and Lee University, 1925-28; Harvard University, 1928-29, graduate Research; received degree of B.S. in Civil Engineering; candidate for M.S. %e 1931 DOCKET CHARLES AUGUSTUS HAILE Washington, D. C. ; attended Univer- sity of Pennsylvania, Georgetown Law School, received degree of LL.B.; hobbies are dramatics and swimming; candidate for A.B. VICTOR P. HAMMER Washington, D. C. ; born High Point, N. C., June 13, 1875; attended public schools, Whitsell Institute, Inter-Continental University and National University Law School, received degrees of LL.B. and LL.M.; especially interested in law, government, authorship (prose and poetry) and elocu- tion; hobbies are composition and elocution; candidate for A.B. NEAL A. HARPER Washington, D. C. ; born Kansas City, Mo., August 22, 1892; graduated Central High School, Kansas City (1910) ; Western Dental College, St. Louis University, Northeastern University, Dewey School of Orthodontia, N. Y., Columbus College of Law, Na- tional University, received de- grees of A.B., D.D.S., LL.B., LL.M., and M.P.L. ; especially in- terested in science and litera- ture; member of Xi Psi Phi, Omicron Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Nu Phi, Scabbard and Blade, Almas Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S. ; hobbies are music and writing verse; candidate for M.S. e| 1 5 7 le 1931 DOCKET HENRY REECE HARRISON Washington, D. C.; born Hardin, Ky., September 10, 1898; attended public schools, Hardin High School, National University Law School, received degrees of LL.B. and LL.M.; especially interested in history; member Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal), Knights Tem- plar, Almas Temple, A.A.O.N. M.S.; Class Historian in 1928 (Law), Class Editor in the grad- uating law class of 1929; member of the Bar of the State of Ken- tucky; admitted to practice be- fore Court of Appeals, D. C. ; hob- bies are motoring and swimming; candidate for A.B. FRANCIS M. KILLARNEY Washington, D. C.; born Newton, Mass., June 2, 1905; attended Burdette Business College (1 year), George Washington Uni- versity (3 years) ; especially in- terested in law; hobby is tennis; candidate for B.S. TIEN-KAI LEE Washington, D. C. ; born Wu-Chang, China, May, 1907; attended Roa- noke College; especially interest- ed in political science; hobby is tennis; candidate for A.B. 1 5 8 3 9 Ae 1931 DOCKET ANNE NELSON YARBOROUGH DE AR- MOND MARCHANT Washington, D. C. ; born Rio de Ja- neiro, Brazil, January 27, 1911; attended private schools, National University; especially interested in literature, both as to produc- tion and as a study; hobbies are reading, tennis, golf, etc.; candi- date for A.B. ALEXANDER NELSON DE ARMOND MARCHANT Washington, D. C. ; born Rio de Ja- neiro, Brazil, December 18, 1912; attended private schools, National University; especially interested in the fine arts; hobbies are ten- nis, golf and art; candidate for A.B. BRAULIO M. RILLON Washington, D. C. ; born Philippine Islands, March 16, 1907; graduate of Central High School, Wash- ington, D. C. ; member of Philip- pine Columbian Filipino Club, D. C. ; hobby is tennis; candidate for A.B. C5| 1 5 9 J0 1931 DOCKET WALTER W. BRYAN Washington, D. C. ; born Laui ' el, Del- aware, October 17, 1906; gradu- ate Laurel High School, Delaware Military College, National Uni- versity Law School, received de- grees of LL.B., LL.M. and M.P.L. ; 2nd Lieutenant, U.S.A.; especially interested in law; mem- ber of Sigma Delta Kappa (Legal) ; hobbies are golf and hunting; candidate for A.B. JOSE BALANON MARTINEZ Washington, D. C. ; born Philippine Islands, February 25, 1906; at- tended American University; graduated George Washington University, February 22, 1930, received A.B. degree, majoring in English and History; especially interested in English and His- tory; Vice-President of The Phil- ipinesian, at G. W. U., 1929-30; hobbies are swimming, reading and golf; candidate for A.M. MABEL BENSON SAKIS Junior in Law School; President of Queen’s Bench; member of Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity; author and pioneer organizer and instructor in Americanization work; member of the Monday Evening Club. 1931 DOCKET “Absque Hoc” G{ 1 « 1 J0 “Nemo dat quod non habet” ©£ 1 6 2 0 0 r Ae 1931 DOCKET History of the Class of 1931 HIt would be a much simpler task to put the History of the Class of 1931 on paper if it were synonymous with the doctrine of “Inverse Order of Alienation” ; however, as this retrospect must have a beginning, The Class of 1931, “as such” (with apologies to Professor Parse), first assembled on September 29, 1928, in the “Oid Lower Hall,” where the customary opening exercises were held, and where most of us saw for the first time Dean Carusi, Mr. Justice Siddons, and other members of the Faculty. On Monday, October 1, 1928, at 6:30 P. M., “Judge” Willett, after a speech of welcome, in which he instructed us how to gladden the hearts of the professors by giving them “a hand” when they entered the class room, proceeded to formally launch us upon that boundless sea known as the Law, with the subject of Legal Liability. It was in this subject that we first became acquainted with the doctrine of “proximate cause,” as set forth by the famous case of Scott vs. Shepherd, 2 W. Bl. 892, which we will remember as the “Squib Case”. Not many days had elapsed before we Freshmen realized that the Law is a jealous mistress, and our spare (?) time was taken up with assignments such as “Read the next forty pages”, or “Read the next ten cases”, and then Professor Patterson capped the climax when he announced his assignment as “Just read Lawson on Contracts, third edition”. Another fact was brought home to us very forcibly : that to know a propostion of law in our own minds, and to stand on our feet in class and explain it, were entirely separate matters — difficult enough in themselves without the added burden of being surrounded by some three hundred potential “panners”, who, at the slightest “lapsus linguae” (remember that Sales examination) , were ready to hand you (as Professor Munter would say, “Pardon me while I descend into the vernacular of the street”) the “razzberry” with variations. The Class of 1931, just to be different from the general run of classes, required five instead of the usual two weeks to elect its Offi- cers; and when the smoke of battle had cleared away, the successful candidates were announced as David E. Hall, President; Genevieve R. Pratt, Vice-President; William E. Deering, Secretary; William G. Baden, Treasurer; Katherine F. Hammond, Historian; and Thomas F. Shanahan, Sergeant-at-Arms. Who can forget that first term at “dear old National” — trying to find out what the Law was all about — reading, sleeping, and eating law — and always ready to argue a point of juridical procedure and render a “curbstone opinion” with the confidence and sureness of a Coke or Littleton. Then the second step of our coveted career was attempted, to wit : the first examinations, which were approached G| 1 0 3 J® ' yAe 1931 DOCKET generally with fear and trepidation; however, after we had just about given up all hope, the “marks” were passed out, and with but few ' exceptions, the smiling countenances graphically bespoke the joyful results. With the exception of “Smokers,” the interest in social affairs dur- ing our Freshman year was non est factum, due no doubt to the strange surroundings; however, the Freshman dance which was held at 2400 Sixteenth Street was fairly well attended. A touch of romance was happily injected into our otherwise serious pursuit of the Law with the announcement by “Bill” Deering and Mary Kenny of their entry into the holy bonds of Matrimony. Good luck to the firm of Deering Deering. It is only meet and proper that a few of the student accomplish- ments, during the Freshman year, should be mentioned. The Eugene Carusi Gold Medal for the highest average in the Freshman Class went to Merritt L. Smith, with Honorable Mention to Edwin T. Bean and Clarence O. Luhn; the John Byrne Company Prize for the best examination in Bills and Notes was won by Helen Bowers, and Honorable Mention by Amos T. Pagter and Merritt L. Smith; and the Faculty Prize for the best debater went to A. Sherman Chris- tenson. Coming now to the Junior Year, our attention was very forcibly directed to Equity Jurisprudence, Real Property, and the Adjective Law, with the result that the Freshman feeling of “I know it all” gave way to an intelligent determination, especially so after a particu- larly long dissertation on a knotty problem in Equity by Professor Johnson, who invariably concluded with, “and so you see it is all quite simple”. The Class lost little time in organizing, and elected the following Officers for the Junior Year: Charles H. Bair, President; Grace Irene Kanode, Vice-President; William E. Deering, Secretary; William G. Baden, Treasurer; Genevieve R. Pratt, Historian; and Louis Engel, Sergeant-at-Arms. The Junior Prom was held at the Carlton Hotel and was a magnifi- cent success. The usual “Smoker” was held at the Silver Springs Armory, and a good time was had by all (who went). Some of us enjoyed Professor Munter’s classes in Practice and Procedure, in which we visited the local courts to witness “Blind Justice in Her Shrine”, to quote a bit, and as some lawyer has aptly phrased it, “saw the law books get up and walk around”. The Hurst Gold Medal for the highest average in the Junior Class was won by Ugo J. A. Carusi, and Honorable Mention by T. Town- send Beaman; the Emma Deal Denton Gold Medal for the best final examination in Equity Jurisprudence went to Charles L. Curtis, with Honorable Mention to Wilber A. Gallahan and Beverly S. Simms; 1 ti 4 J0 1931 DOCKET the F. H. Thomas Law Book Company Prize for the best examination in Real Property was won by C. Chester Guy, and Honorable Mention by Helen Bowers, Harold C. Davis, and Daniel D. Weymouth ; and the Faculty Prize for the best debater went to Lloyd G. Andrews. Following a much deserved vacation from that strenuous Junior Year, the Class of 1931 returned for the final lap of the journey as Seniors, with but few casualties in its membership. The Class pro- ceeded with the usual elections and the successful candidates were announced as follows: C. Chester Guy, President; Grace Irene Kanode, Vice-President; William E. Deering, Secretary; William G. Baden, Treasurer; C. Nelson Bean, Class Historian; Edwin E. Sievers, Class Orator; Nathan Fridenberg, Sergeant-at-Arms ; and William E. Mc- Cain, editor of the Docket. Having at last reached the point where we were eligible for the Moot Court, we were promptly admitted to practice before that Bar by Mr. Justice Glenn Willett, after obeying the command of Clerk Bellew to “Hold-up-your-right-hand-please”. Many interesting and laughable events transpired in the trial of these cases. Some students attempted to cite Corpus Juris as primary authority, and others in- sisted upon filing verified demurrers. One of the juries in a murder case, after reaching a deadlock at nine to three for acquittal, finally decided that some sleep would not be amiss, and returned a verdict of Manslaughter; neverthless, the “criminal” was seen in class the following evening. The Class is greatly indebted to Judge Willett for his patience and kindly assistance in helping to smooth out some of the difficulties encountered at the trial table — may his shining star of wisdom continue to lighten the path of nebulous lawyers for many moons to come! The Senior Prom, which was held at the new Shoreham Hotel, was a success in more ways than one, thanks to the efforts of the Officers and Social Committee, and the noble support extended by the Class of 1931 “as such” (page Professor Barse). Many of the students were surprised to find a course listed in the schedule under the title, “Conflict of Laws”, as they were under the impression that that course had been with them ever since the first term. This last year will, in all probability, loom larger and form a more lasting impression upon our memories than either of the two preced- ing years; but who can forget Professor O’Donnell’s case in Torts of The Five Barrel Staves, or his Little Green Book in Common Law Pleading, and his Sunday School Classes in both subjects; then ther was Professor Patterson’s John Doe and Richard Roe in Contracts and Real Property ; Professor Marshall’s Municipal Ordinances made w ith a piece of tin and a paint brush ; and last but not least, Professor Munter’s “Nemo dat, Quod non habet” in Sales. From time immemorial (or as a Law Student would say, extendin ' back beyond the time when the memory of man runneth not to the Q{ 1 6 5 1931 DOCKET contrary), after having victoriously reached an objective, men have paused to reflect and direct their gaze back over the toilsome road upon which they have so successfully trod, and weighed the fruits of victory against the costs and hardships incurred in the winning thereof: and now, as we of the Class of 1931 draw near the end of our journey, and in turn focus our glance in retrospect, we come to the conclusion that the trials and tribulations which loomed so larg( in the encounter are but mole hills in comparison with the realization of our accomplishments. The acquaintances which we have made and the warm friendships which we have formed during our three years at National, will be remembered and cherished when the Rule in Shelley’s Case is but a haze upon the horizon of our memory. The Moving Finger writes; and having writ, Moves on ; nor all your Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it. — Omar. C. Nelson Bean, ’31, Historian. ef 1 6 6 Jc) yjm 1931 DOCKET Words By ROSE E. TABB ‘ 31 A.S. CHRISTENSON ’31 CLASS OF ’31 (SONG) NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Music -By , Jack Plointcl rf- r { J 1 1 hn -JL 0 0- 1 £ L: J a : i x — H— a v • (Twy.- -V . 1 w 1 i — 1 1 W | T =d Ezi j THIR-TY - ONE, SI NO OUT, R!N6 t OUT, FOR OUR SCHOOL OF LAW, BRIGHT AUD DUMB. To OUR MEM ' - RIFS WE WILL S HO TH S SONG, THIR-ry - ONE, SI NO OUT, R!N6 t OUT, FOR OUR SCHOOL OF LAW, BRIGHT AUD DUMB. TO OUR MEM ' - R ES WE WILL St HO TH S SONG, m 0-i i -$ FF i kj j: ■ i t 1 J in . -LLj-j — . .-Lt.. V : UjL-.- S 3J T3 r : r- — 1 • L • ' Copyrights SZ9 ci a for 33 0 1 8 0 •• r. = • - " ' T — P " - — | »- ' v 1 1-1 1 =£==Fp = = : - r — • — 4— - f - i i- C i J , .fV =g=q-r -- f : 1 CLAff OF me- TV ONE COME ON LET ' S 6IVE A CHEER. FOR MUD OLD NAT-N ' L THEY WILL NEV - EH DIE -FOR IN OUR MEM-O-RY WE ' LL AL-WAYS BE AT P$fP i V 13C G| 1 69 |© ' yjie £931 DOCKET Willettisms Sound lawyers do not lie. Big men behave generously, however small the business. You will do your best when you have so much done it that you have forgotten how. One may succeed and marry, but you will probably marry anri succeed. A successful lawyer’s income is enough for a lifetime, but not for any one day of it. Sell no man all your time and talents ; several will pay more. In the business of the law there is no place for fear or anger. Beware the men who practice law by ear. Let law be your authority but find authority for your law. The mind has a microscopic eye — keep it focused, the detail will appear. Support the law and the law will support you. A just man might see the justice of money sometimes leaving his own pocket. In the practice of law, a few grow up, the rest blow up. The world owes a living only to him who produces one. Settle down to the facts; the Judge probably knew some law before you were born. It is an ill man whose ego exceeds his cosmos. The law is the supreme profession because it comprehends all others. QJ[ 1 7 0 MOOT COURT 1 Jie 1931 DOCKET 1931 DOCKET Roster of Post Graduating Class Allen, Herbert— April, Pearl Armstrong, James R. Artis, James E Bent, David K Bickford, Colin C. Bourdeaux, Clitus 0. Bowie, Andrew G Brown, Ralph D. Browne, Tom A Budnick, Merrell I. Burke, Edward T. Cann, William L. Cannon, Elsie A. Carey, James T. Carpenter, Ben F. Cheyney, Jesse S. Christmas, Whitney N. Davis, J. Randolph F. Davis, Keith M Emrick, Robert L. Free, John F. Gelfeld, Albert Goldstein, Abe M. Harrison, Samuel R. Hennessey, John P.. Hill, Sidney B. Hyatt, Lena R Kauffman, Harvey E— Levin, Abraham H. Luca s, Isabel U.. Luginbuhl, Peter C. 1921 G St. N.W. 2272 Cathedral Ave. N.W. - The Montgomery — - 910 9th St. N.E. 2114 N St. N.W. 1502 Varnum St. N.W. 3711 Benton St. N.W. Upper Marlboro, Md. — — 1830 K St. N.W. 7 West Underwood St., Chevy Chase, Md. 1219 K St. N.W. 1401 Fairmont St. N.W. 1800 Lamont St. N.W. 219 National Press Building — 1401 Fairmont St. N.W. 1849 Ontario PI. N.W. - 1611 31st St. N.W. 3214 Newark St. 507 Prince St., Alexandria, Va. Box 195, Pennsylvania Ave. Sta. 102 Summers Drive, Alexandria, Va. 4122 8th St. N.W r . - -.3623 Hall PI. N.W. — 426 Bond Building Glencarlvn, Va. 931 Shepherd St. N.W. —1900 F St. N.W. 801 4y 2 St. S.W. — 324 Webster St. N.W. 5509 7th St. N.W. ... - 1604 Q St. N.W. — - 1315 Clifton St. N.W. i72}® ' yjie 1931 DOCKET Mahoney, Leo J 1101 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. Malloy, J. D 30 Linden Ave., Cherrydale, Va. Marks, Reuben J 1431 Varnum St. N.W. Marquer, Otto H 1200 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. Mettenburg, Sylvester 3612 13th St. N.W. Miller, T. L Park Lane Apts. Mockabee, Allan D 630 D St. N.E. Montano, Martin R 6036 Daniels Rd. N.W. MacDonald, John F 219 A St. S.E. O’Brien, Edmund H 1517 20th St. N.W. Pancoast, Joseph M Burke Herbert Bank Bldg., Alexandria, Va. Peitzman, Ralph M. Perkins, John D 1312 Monroe St. N.W. Peter, Albert A 17 S St. N.W. Pisarra, Mario V. Room 150, House of Representatives Pumps, Myer 3927 Georgia Ave. N.W. Reed, Stacy M 1629 Columbia Rd. N.W. Rommel, George F 2633 South Dakota Ave. N.E. Ruth, Earl A 1908 K St. N.W. Ruth, Grace M 1235 Randolph St. N.W. Schmidt, Wm. G 1427 Montague St. Semsem, Pedro P. 2022 F St. N.W. Shanaman, Ray H 10 4th St. N.E. Shriver, Harry C 718 19th St. N.W. Sisler, Mildred B 1815 Varnum St. N.W. Smith, J. Onsby 125 Leland St., Chevy Chase, Md. Snyder, Eulan I. 3023 14th St. N.W. Southard, George H 600 20th St. N.W. Stansfield, Joseph Q 3427 34th PI. N.W. Taylor, Garland E 314 S. St. Asaph St., Alexandria, Va. Taylor, Maurice A 4018 5th St. N.W. Tolson, Hillory A 1332 Farragut St. Tysinger, Chas. H 3002 Rodman St. Viault, George F 1222 Connecticut Ave. N.W. Weymouth, Daniel D 75a L St. N.E. Whiteman, Marjorie M 1300 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. 1931 DOCKET Alphabetical List of Students SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND GOVERNMENT Enrolled School Year 1930-31 Adams, Frank Joseph Dist. of Col. Amick, Frank E. ... Dist. of Col. Armstrong, James R New York Aronstein, Ray Dist. of Col. Baradi, Mauro Philippine Islands Bean, C. Nelson Virginia Benzing, Florence Helen Dist. of Col. Berman, Louis Charles Dist. of Col. Betor, LeRoy Theodore New York Blanchard, Knowles . Illinois Braddock, Neyward Milhollin Florida Bridges, Corril Ellsworth Dist. of Col. Bryan, Waitman Walter Delaware Burke, Edward Timothy. North Dakota Byers, Ralph A. Iowa Cairns, Robert Scott, Sr. Maryland Campbell, Arlie S. Utah Carr, Evelyn Gardner Maryland Carr, Josiah L. Dist. of Col. Chase, Stanley Rembold Dist. of Col. Clough, Hobard C. Virginia Cope, Beulah Mitchell Illinois Copsey, Felix A. Maryland Cougill, Clarence E., Jr. Dist. of Col. Cruise, Robert A. New Jersey Cudmore, Arthur S. Dist. of Col. Curtin, Maurice Joseph Dist. of Col. Dale, Judson C. Dist. of Col. Davidson, John Carlos .... Dist. of Col. Day, Marshall V. Louisiana Desjardins, Armand Louis Massachusetts DeJesus, Jose A. Philippine Islands Diaz, Aurelio Jose Porto Rico Dillon, Robert A. Dist. of Col. Dixon, A. J Ohio Doig, Albert F. Dist. of Col. Domingo, Isidoro L. Philippine Islands Dcnnel, William Logan Pennsylvania Dormady, Francis P. Wisconsin Dotson, Joseph Norman .... Utah Ducusin, Celso Umel . Philippine Islands Duquette, Lester Henry, Jr. New York Ecker, John Beard Dist. of Col. Edelen, Edgar Huett Dist. of Coi. Elliott, Joseph Williams Tennessee Emrick, Maureon Elizabeth, Mrs. Virginia Ermick, Robert Lee Virginia Engel, Louis Dist. of Col. Elvans, Archibold Beatty .. Dist. of Col. Everett, Samuel B. Dist. of Col. Farnsworth, Eunice Louise Dist. of Col. Farrington, Robert L. Oklahoma Field, S. Helen Dist. of Col. Fierravante, Canio Dist. of Col. Foda, Hussein Egypt Frigillana, Leon Diaz Philippine Islands Garland, Randolph M. Dist. of Col. Gerardi, Victor A. Dist. of Col. Glawson, Joseph Jackson Georgia Goldstein, Samuel Edward Massachusetts Gott, Anna E Missouri Graves, Edward R. Kentucky Gray, Norman Adron Maryland Gray, Stella Lucille Maryland Griffith, Olin Newton Dist. of Col. Groene, Harry J. Florida Grossberg, Joseph Dist. of Col. Groves, Marie Elizabeth Dist. of Col. Hager, Byron Edmond Dist. of Col. Haile, Charles A. Dist. of Col. Hammer, Victor P. North Carolina Hammond, Asbury B. Maryland Harbin, James Wilbur, Jr. Virginia Harper, Neal Anthony Dist. of Col. Harrison, Henry Reece Kentucky Daslett, John Talbert Virginia Hinman, Nita S... Dist. of Col. Hollingsworth, Sherman Hall Maryland Hoover, Irwin C. Dist. of Col. Ploward, Floyd W. Virginia Hunter, E. Glen Maryland Iu-Song, Joseph Chiang China Jacob, William Frederick Dist. of Col. James, William Frank Michigan Jamieson, Paul Evans Ohio Jamieson, W. D. Dist. of Col. Joyce, James Aloysius Pennsylvania 1 7 4 1931 DOCKET Kane, Grover Cleveland... Minnesota Kelleher, Helen Burton Massachusetts Killarney, Francis Michael Massachusetts King, Kenneth Wilson Dist. of Col. Koban, Natalie Dist. of Col. Lamb, Alexander Donald Texas Landon, Simoey Dist. of Col. Lane, William F Michigan Lawless, Julia Harris New York Lee, Tien-kai China Leon, Belle New Jersey Levy, Hilda Dist. of Col. Lewis, Henry Latane, Jr Maryland Lewis, James Taylor, Jr North Carolina Loges, George E. Missouri Madarang, Anacleto M Dist. of Col. Marchant, Alexander Nelson De Armond Dist. of Col. Marchant, Anne Nelson Yarborough De Armond Dist. of Col. Marshall, Frances A Virginia Martelino, Leapaldo .: Dist. of Col. Martinez, Jose B Philippine Islands Metz, Walter Richard, Jr. Dist. of Col. Miller, Edith Kansas Mondell, William H. Wyoming Mooney, Helen Emma Virginia Moore, Helen L Indiana Moore, William E Virginia Morgan, Lacey E West Virginia Morris, Albion Lowry Delaware Morrison, Horace Truxtun Dist. of Col. Murray, James A South Carolina McCarthy, LeRoy H Dist. of Col. McDonald, Maude Stinson .North Carolina McCabe, Joseph J Montana McGraw, John M Wisconsin McGroary, Joseph Leo Connecticut McLaughlin, Robert Enoch .....Indiana Nelson, Mary B Dist. of Col. Oisboid, Tillie Dist. of Col. Olson, Bror Olaf Pennsylvania Parker, James Stuart . Dist. of Col. Palmer, Walter Franklin Dist. of Col. Parmele, Morris Donald Dist. of Col. Patterson, John Agassiz, Jr Dist. of Col. Payne, Markham W Virginia Perry, Katharyne Waverly Dist. of Col. Philbrick, Hazel Hackell Maine Pimentel, Mariano C. Oregon Poole, Ruth E. Massachusetts Reil, Henry New York Reynolds, Julia S Georgia Riggins, Glendmar U Texas Riley, James William Illinois Rillon, Braulio M Dist. of Col. Robey, Frederick Edwin Dist. of Col. Rohland, Adolph Charles Dist. of Col. Royston, Morris Shepherd Dist. of Col. Rulloda, Policarpo Ninobla Oregon Ryan, Catharine Loretta Dist. of Col. Ryan, Floyd E Virginia Sakis, Mabel Benson Dist. of Col. Sammons, Frank Dist. of Col. Sandler, Betty E Maryland Sanger, Charles D., Jr Dist. of Col. Schofield, Edward L Pennsylvania Sclawry, Leon New York Scruggs, Eura Nell Tennessee Shanahan, Thomas F Maryland Silverman, Albert J Maryland Silverman, Samuel Dist. of Col. Sisson, Albert Franklin Maryland Smith, J. Onsby Maryland Snyder, Joseph John Pennsylvania Stanley, Anthony Joseph Dist. of Col. Starkey, Randall Paul ...Dist. of Col. Taylor, Garland Edison Virginia Taylor, Maude Irene Oklahoma Tepper, Douglas Dist. of Col. Thomas, Clayton Malcol Dist. of Col. Thompson, J. Lawn, Jr Dist. of Col. Ticer, Park Edmund Virginia Tobias, Candido Elbo Philippine Islands Trammell, E. Rose Dist. of Col. Viault, Albert — Rhode Island Weadon, William Marvin Dist. of Col. Weekley, Murry Anderson Dist. of Col. Whitt, John Sidney Dist. of Col. Williams, Sarah Florence Dist. of Col. Willson, Edith Rickert Dist. of Col. Wingate, Wilmer S Maryland Wolf, Anna Rosina ..New York Wong, Albert C China Wood, Kate W Iowa Zarin, Estelle G Dist. of Col. Zimmele, Margaret S Dist. of Col. c=I 1 7 5 }a 1 Ae 1931 DOCKET Uplift Near the dust are the struggles in hardship and strife, But a glimpse at the stars brings a vision of life Which renews in the mind all the hopes that are good, As the realm of the heart yields its fruit as it should; It lifts man from the depths of depression and gloom By the beams of God’s light, like the lilies that bloom In their splendor superb, and it slowly displays Intellectual treasures reflecting from rays. Gracious treasure of wisdom illumines the mind, Radiates to the world light for blessing mankind, Warms the souls of the wayward, reducing the fears, With the happy assurance that virtues dry tears, Makes the way more buoyant in each movement and thought For exalting the race to the plane above nought, — Who is led in this way, with his life for the true, Surely knows that it shines, like a star, through the blue. While the darker the night yet the brighter the star, So the strength of the mind beholds events afar, Opens up the great highway for others to start Through unexplored regions, by the compass and chart, Where necessity calls for the uplifted soul To exalt and to lead to life’s pilgrimage goal, In the duties that lie in conquest or estate, — That’s the man of the hour who is truly called great! In the field of endeavor, whatever the deed, There is much to be said about how we succeed; Yet the end of the service along the great way Is the dramatized setting of each passing day — It’s the uplift, the beacon, the kindly-clasped hand, And a well-balanced will in an honorable stand: These supremest of virtues in positive guise Give the man for achievement the life-lasting prize. To the noble and good, and all others beside, May the Hand that weighs Justice the honors divide; Then allow in the balance affectionate care For devoted followers that dwell ev’rywhere. When the sum of life’s duties, and what we have done, Are assembled for rating, the prize will be won, In remembrance, in love, in immortal comment, By the EYE on the STAR, in BENEFICENCE SPENT! — Victor P. Hammer. Sincerely dedicated to the Hon. Charles F. Carusi, late Chancellor of The National University and Chairman of the Board of Education of the District of Columbia. ©£ 1 7 (i j}0 Nr a ihi; xr. ■ ai the gg’es in hard hip i h ' .i; a Khiap;,: at th star-- brines a vision a Ji As the i vahn of It lifts n: tai ' from By th ' -r- e i ?Yi s ( f 1 r ■ - ; spiendf - i c’pj ! (.t ’jr! trie: G TH -ion - . ' -nv V 4 ha a v vv he mind aii the hopes tbai o h art yj. ' idv- • ' t :-■ tru.il o a w lilie? that l w;y display? m ray . iifrimines the m i !, th» v arid right for blessing manlv ' •w -••ors of tru: wayward, red ••H ? rv. :o- - u ranee that virtues ? v ' ay mure buoyant in each - i, :K j h o o to the plane abr ». Vr, k 4 ed in tr» way, with his i »! ' ! h s ! ws c at it shines .ike ta . vs hilv rl.i larker the noth’ y ih ' ■» he s: r ongth of the mine ' ehold- vo up the great h i;rv f- ■ ' hiS h Jr- X ; ! 1 o Where i ♦• . .-it;, c di r , he To tXa a;iO t te:. n r r in + he duiies i‘ . ‘ hat’s the n a In the field of enrie-v i ' here is much to b» Yet the end of ' th- is the di i; It’s the upi ' ft ;, • And s well in These snpi -?, ■ • Give the no • JUNI O JPLS — — Ae 1931 DOCKET “A little rill just starting from a spring Could not be quite so gushing bright as you are ! More power to you ; but when the rill has rubbed A little more of soil from both its banks ’Twill have more substance if not quite So much transparency.” 1 7 7 J0 r Jhe 1931 DOCKET WILLIAM A. KLUTTZ President Junior Class S{ 1 7 8 J© 1931 DOCKET e| 1 79 Js jAe 1931 DOCKET Class of 1932 OFFICERS William A. Kluttz President Walter T. Cardwell Vice-President Evelyn J. Spencer Treasurer Irene Lipscomb Secretary John A. Hart Acting Sergeant-at-Arms John G. Anderson Historian Ae 1931 DOCKET JOHN HART Sqt cut Ctf-nts w.t.capdwell y cc Pnes den V ELYfi SPENCER- TTseasarerr Irene: lipscomb sSoo etastj G{ 1 8 1 1931 DOCKET G| 1 8 2 J0 Junior Class 1932 JAe 1931 DOCKET Class of 1932 NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL Hail to the class of thirty-two We’ve come from all the lands, We’re loyal to the Red, White and Blue And all for which it stands. We represent every vocation, Policeman, Doctor and Clerk, Congressman for avocation Has entered this legal work. We’ve mastered the field of Contracts And ridden the horse of Torts, We ' ve run down the criminal facts And admitted Evidence of all sorts. Agency was the favorite course We admit the conception was hard, We traced the Actions from their source And for Jurisprudence have high regard. We can distinguish the Personal from the Real And the realm of Property is nutritious, We know there are rights of appeal If the decision to you is pernicious. We know a Corporation is a legal child And Partnership the choice within, When the former fails from facts not filed The latter becomes their Sin. To the layman who values his own legal skill We drink to his health, and contend; The man who foolishly draws his own will Is the surviving lawyer’s best friend. Substantive law We’ve nearly completed With the aid of the Profs, and the brief, But our mental stamina is almost depleted And We’re facing a time of grief. We enter next year the adjective field To study and practice in Clinic, And may We strive forever to wield Convincing arguments to Jurors so cynic. — Hillary H. Kendrick. e| 183 J© Ae 1931 DOCKET History of the Class of 1932 Do right , and fear no man; don’t write, and fear no woman Reading Time: Any time. T 111 HE Class of 1932 started the scholastic year by first suspending the constitution and by-laws at the election of class officers. With this modern gesture of wiping out the scraps of paper, the gang war got under way and resulted in the election of the officers pictured herein. The picture of our Sergeant-at-Arms, handsome Charles Swann, does not appear because Charlie skipped to Detroit before he could be mugged. The picture of Historian John Anderson is also missing. John could not borrow any evening clothes because Lanceford Pruitt was always wearing them. Aside from the officers there are real brains in the class for Miss Mary Bigos was honor student last year with such a high average that if Leo Speer had not been runner-up, the male contingent would have been put to shame. The ladies of the class changed the name of the Cider Press Club. Now it is the “Queen’s Bench,” with Mrs. Mabel Benson Sakis keeper of the seals. Around Christmas time a number of the class were out buying poison for that sheriff they let take away the emblements. Maybe they got some of Eddie O’Connell’s duck soup. John Anderson’s hair lip caused much commotion in the class. However, after looking over Arthur Cudmore and Daddie Dotson, Arthur Otto decided not to join the IT boys. The class suffered an irreparable loss in February on the sudden death of Dean Carusi, and out of respect to his memory the class dance was postponed. The class could not conscientiously have done other- wise, for it was the Dean himself in person who admitted that ours was the most intelligent class he had ever taught, but that was before John Anderson sounded off about Equity. Not only will the class live up to those immortal words of the late Dean, but it will also become ambidextrous and or clairvoyant trying to follow Judge Gibson’s instructions to “keep your eye on the witness all the time he is testifying and at the same time make notes of his testimony.” Moral: Get one of Judge Strasburger’s $40.00 stenogra- phers. Just another profit a prendre. Lemuel Barrett tried his hand at the Washington College of Law for a while, but, like Ralph Ray’s trip to Columbus University, it did not take. He needed one of Grover Kane’s easements. 1 84 J0 1931 DOCKET Shortly after the night Bob Barker shouted, “Cut that out!” Randall Starkey went to bed with appendicitis and was out twenty-one days. t Louis Deschler cut class recently and went out with a young lady. Now she is Mrs. Deschler and he is just another good man gone (write your own ticket) . Among the new associations of pleading barristers there appeared the firm of Bigos and Manning. Another shingle reads, “Mendelson and McGrath.” Now, isn’t that euphonic? The real outfit, however, is that pair of blonds, Terrell and Libbey. Speaking of blonds, Baldy Quaintance has a new flame. The vip, vim and versatility will be furnished by the team of Ainley and Neighbors. During the year Shirley Kolker changed her seat and drew closer to the center of the hall to catch some of those pearls of wisdom which drop from the rostrum on Homer Schneider’s pretty green eyeshade and carom off Jim Howes’ glistening dome. “Ditto,” quoth Barney Hammond. So then, Forward with Honor and Integrity. Do not forget the emotional and if you are not bored by this, try a gimlet. I am all a to-witter. Ce n’est pas la paix, c’est l’armistice. John Anderson, Historian. e| 1 8 5 3 %e 1931 DOCKET Class of 1932 STANDING COMMITTEES Advisory Committee Harold Shiltz, Arthur S. Cudmore Harold A. Neff Homer A. Snyder Gaston B. Chesteen Membership Leo Speer, Chairman Randall P. Starkey Ralph V. Ray Oliver J. Timpe R. W. Elliott Barney A. Hammond Geo. G. Rhoades Chairman Wm.L. Devers Arthur E. Otto Raymond E. Manning F. Colon Gordiany Committee Harry M. Mendelson Wm. E. Day Wm. P. Blake Samuel J. Sugar Mabel B. Sackis Shirley Kolker Fred J. Unger Auditing Committee Hilary H. Kendrick, Chairman Clarence B. Weise Clyde R. Maxwell Herbert D. Smith Social Committee Walter T. Cardwell, Aaron Crowell Chairman Mary M. Bigos Denton H. Reed Julia Cohen Henry J. Brown Lanceford B. Pruitt Confer G. Bailey Orpha Allen Publicity Committee Paul C. Golding, Chairman Kenneth Petrie Lillian Kolker Virginia M. Stanford Austin J. Naylor Finance Committee Harold B. Kasson, Chairman Marriner D. Morrell Evelyn Spencer Edgar F. Puryear 1 8 G J© 1931 DOCKET Roster of Junior Class 1932 Aaronson, Martin 1211 29th St. N.W. Abrams, Leonard 4503 Iowa Ave. N.W. Adams, Frank J ... 804 Massachusetts Ave. N.E. Ainley, James E 4550 Montgomery Ave., Bethesda, Md. Alewine, Wm. M 1141 12th St. N.W. Allen, Orpha Me. 2135 K St. N.W. Anderson, Albert F 1610 Varnum St. N.W. Anderson, John G. 808 Thayer Ave., Silver Spring, Md. Anderson, Lionel G. Troxell Hall, McLean, Va. Arboliras, Leon 1445 N St. N.W. Arelanno, Inocencio Y 1006 6th St. N.W. Asp, Nogi A 3804 Jenifer St. N.W. Bachrach, Wm. A 4700 Connecticut Ave. Bailey, Confer G. 927 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. Barrett, Lemuel F Clerks Box, City P. O. Bartlett, Marjorie M 3104 Rodman St. Beauchamp, Ed. J Annapolis Hotel Berg, Harry 803 Longfellow St. N.W. Bigos, Mary M 1011 M St. N.W. Blake, Wm. P 1 North Wells Ave., Hyattsville, Md. Blanchard, Knowles 1900 F St. N.W. Booth, Fred M 2010 Kalorama Rd. N.W. Bowers, Helen M 806 19th St. N.W. Bowman, Joseph M 1466 Chapin St. N.W. Branson, Joseph H 3531 16th St. N.W. Bras, Gaspar G 1221 L St. N.W. Brown, Henry J. 1701 2nd St. N.E. Browning, Ralph R .,1124 10th St. N.W. Burke, Martin L. 2202 Decatur PI. N.W. Card, Benjamin A 1216 10th St. N.W. Cardwell, Walter T 4215 Canal Rd. Chesteen, Gaston D 3525 Davenport St. Clark, Albert H 1331 Ingraham St. N.W. Clarke, Andrew W 1301 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. Cochran, Paul H.„ „ Colonial Hotel Cohen, Julia 914 Mt. Vernon Ave., Potomac, Va. Cohen ,Ruth B 214 Mt. Vernon Ave., Potomac, Va. Colcock, Wm. F 5336 Colorado Ave. Colman, Henry L 4828 Brandywine St. Conroy, Louis N 2040 S St. Cooper, Raymond E 910 L St. N.W. Coopersmith, Joseph 4111 Connecticut Ave. N.W. Corson, Homer J 1404 12th St. N.W. C ' oulliette, Wesley W 1353 Irving St. N.W. Cricher, A. Lane 1900 F St. N.W. Crowell, Aaron 3555 10th St. N.W. Cudmore, Arthur S 419 Allison St. N.W. Culligan, Chas. R 5714 Conduit Rd. N.W. Cunico, John 1918 Eye St. N.W. Dance, James G 1324 Park Rd. N.W. Davis, Chester L 909 20th St. N.W. Davis, Manuel J Franklin Park Apts. Dawson, Grace S 1627 16th St. N.W. Day, Wm. E 307 15th St. N.E. DeAtley, Ellsworth F. 2309 Kearney St. N.E. DeChant, Abner S 1309 L St. N.W. Denning, Howard C 1419 N St. N.W. e{ 1 8 7 }© 1931 DOCKET Deschler, Lewis Devers, Wm. L. Dillard, P. J Dismukes, Arthur F. .... Dixon, Art. J. Dixon, Wm. E. Doherty, Katheryn M. Dotson, Joseph N. Downes, Thos. E Elliott, Robert W .... Ellsworth, Harold W. _ Evans, Norman H Everett, Samuel B Fallon, Leo J Farrington, Donald W. P’egan, Mary F. Field, Harry H. Fisher, Kathleen 0. .. . Foley, Martin F. Ford, Ed. R. P ' orrest, Albert Fox, Wm. H. P’reidson, Benj. Gallagher, Wm. E Goldberg, Reuben Golding, Paul C Gordon, Israel H. Graves, Ed. R. Green, Fred H. Griffith, Gilbert R. Groff, Emory L. Grove, Roy Hammond, Asbury B. Hammond, Barney A. Harris, Trueman L. Haslett, John T. ... Henninger, Pern E. Heron, Julian B. Highsmith, M. F. Howard, Thomas B. Howard, Thomas P Howes, James K. Jackson, Lucille Jeffreys, Russell S. . Just, Charles H. Kane, Grover C. Kaplan, Jacob Kasson, Harold R Katzman, Joseph G. ... Kauffman, Fred E Kendrick, Hilary H. Kennedy, Andrew J. Kerr, Walter W Kilgore, Wm. P Kluttz, Wm. A Kohn, Morris Kolker, Belle S. Kolker, Lillian Kramer, Lillian M... Krupsaw, David Kunzman, Nathan ... Speaker’s Room, House of Rep. 109 Maple St., Mt. Ida, Alexandria, Va. 1901 R St. N.W. 917 18th St. N.W. 1740 D St. S.E. 1338 E St. N.E. 1915 16th St. N.W. 4828 16th St. N.W. ... 6119 Georgia Ave. N.W. 1722 21st St. N.W. — 214 Massachusetts Ave. N.E. 2025 Eye St. N.W. 520 8th St. N.E. — 2203 K St. N.W. 2121 N St. N.W. 217 Bryant St. N.E. 1725 H St. N.W. 2007 Columbia Rd. ... 1221 33rd St. N.W. 1129 New Hampshire Ave. N.W. 3725 20th St. N.E. .1920 H St. N.W. 300 S. Fairfax St., Alexandria, Va. 2737 Devonshire PI. 1223 Decatur St. N.W .....115 2nd St. N.E. 53 D St. S.E. 1306 A St. S.E. 3010 44th PI. N.W. - ... 1927 G St. N.W. 700 10th St. N.W. 1607 16th St. N.W. 1118 Abbey PI. N.E. 16 Warner St., Kensington, Md. 1731 K St. N.W. 7 Braddock Rd., Alexandria, Va. 1910 K St. N.W. 4101 Connecticut Ave. _ 1901 R St. N.W. 128 C St. N.E. — 34 Sherman Circle N.W. 1332 South Carolina Ave. S.E. Conard Apts. — Clifton Terrace South U. S. Patent Office 348 House Office Building 4514 Connecticut Ave. N.W. 2525 Ontario Rd. N.W. _ _ 409 7th St. N.W. - 907 13th St. N.W. 1927 G St. N.W. 1345 Vermont Ave. 1230 New Hampshire Ave. 127 Clarendon Ave., Clarendon, Va. 2708 10th St. N.E. 1900 F St. N.W. 912 New Hampshire Ave. 912 New Hampshire Ave. 2901 Connecticut Ave. 3700 Jenifer St. N.W. 1630 17th St. N.W. G| 1 88 J0 yAe 1931 DOCKET Lacey, John S ..... Lamb, Alexander D. Lancaster, C. E. Landis, Miss M Lanier, James Lebowitz, Samuel Leigh, Wm. L.... Leon, John W Libbey, Ed. H Lipscomb, Irene Livingston, Robert L Lockwood, Harold G. Loftus, Victor H Lowell, James B Lutz, Clarence H Mack, Fred J Madden, Michael J Magee, George C Manning, Ray E Marchant, John C Martin, E. Lydia Mason, John L. Massey, Guy M Mattingly, Lawrence H. Maxwell, Clyde R Mertz, Ed. H. Meyer, George A Meyers, Ed. M Merriett, Robert G Miller, Ruth Moe, S. Norman Moore, Robert D Moriarty, George W Morrell, Marriner D Morris, Ralph L Morrison, Stanley B. Moss, Albert L. Muir, Brockett Munoz, Ramon A. Munson, Boardman McCathran, Marie E McCoy, Omah E Macdonald, Ronald McGrath, Ed. T .... Mclnnis, Marcellus Macintosh, Kenneth G... MacKay, Wm. G Nace, Donald S Naylor, Austin J Neff, Harold A Neighbors, Chas. H Newman, Jacob R. Nigh, W. Warren Norton, Robert K O’Connell, Kenneth E — O’Connell, T. Ed. O’Rourke, Walter P Otto, Arthur E Otto, Stanley E Page, Roland A Palmer, Hazel Washington Grove, Md. Navy Yard 4554 Lowell St. N.W. ,..1005 H St. N.W. .705 18th St. N.W. 4424 Georgia Ave. N.W. Vienna, Va. 1454 Clifton St. N.W. 3513 20th St. N.E. 2115 F St. N.W. 3432 Lowell St. N.W. 1921 Kalorama Rd. 700 Lawrence St. N.E. Arlington, Va. 1514 17th St. N.W. Potomac Park Apts. 1840 Ontario PI. N.W. 3435 Brown St. N.W. 1819 K St. N.W. 1636 19th St. N.W. U. S. Soldiers Home 412 3rd St. N.E. 434 Randolph St. N.W. 3118 Rodman St. 3116 Northampton St. 3415 Ordway St. N.W. 1635 Q St. N.W. 10 Hickory Ave., Takoma Park, Md. 414 N. Washington St., Alexandria, Va. 132 Hume Ave., Potomac, Va. 23 2nd St. N.E. 24 Franklin St. N.E. 1028 Connecticut Ave. N.W. 2121 H St. N.W. McLean, Va. 1103 South Carolina Ave. S.E. 1755 Q St. N.W. 108 Woodbine St., Chevy Chase, Md. 1301 Massachusetts Ave. Arlington, Va. 2812 Military Rd. N.W. Veterans’ Bureau, Legal Dept. 16 Jackson PI. N.W. 1455 Belmont St. N.W. 1607 16th St. N.W. 3830 Veazey St. 1373 Emerson St. N.E. 1126 12th St. N.W. ..... 3621 Newark St. N.W. 309 Clifton Terrace West 2528 11th St. N.W. 1815 Massachusetts Ave. S.E. 2800 Brentwood Rd. N.E. Y. M. C. A. 61 Eye St. N.W. 1315 Belmont St. N.W. — 505 Park Central Apts. 2909 Foxhall Rd. N.W. 2142 O St. N.W. 1220 16th St. N.W. House Office Building ©I 1 8 9 1931 DOCKET l’aradis, John E._. Parker, Daniel B. Parker, Lovell H. Payson, Donald S. Pearson, Carl E Petit, A. J Petrie, Kenneth... Phillips, Zoeth Powers, Irwin R. Pruitt, Lanceford B. Puryear, Edgar F. Quaintance, Leland C. Quillen, Joe W Rachie, Cyrus L. Ray, Ralph V.__ Reardon, Donald A..... Reardon, Gene W. ..... Reed, Denton H Reed, Willa J. Reynolds, Jim D. Reynolds, Thomas H. Rhoades, George G. Richardson, Ed. M. Riggins, G. U Roca, Jose C Rossiter, Joseph E.. Roznik, Frank Rumsey, Leland C. Ryan, Floyd E. Sakis, Mabel B., Mrs. Scannell, George H Schilz, Harold L. Sharkoff, Eugene E. Sharpnack, Lew G. Sheehan, Ed. A. Shepard, Hugh D. Shorter, Calvin R. Silverman, Morris Simpson, Thos. F. Skarren, Chas. L. Smallwood, Leon Smart, Benj. H. Smith, Alexander B. Smith, Alton R. Smith, Arthur A. Smith, Herbert D Snouffer, Ed. N. Snyder, Homer H. Sosnick, Jacob A. Speck, John R. Speer, Leo Spencer, Evelyn J. Spurck, Lawrence S. Stanford, Virginia M. Starkey, Randall P. Steinman, Nathan N. Strachan, Wm. Strange, Wm. C. Strauss, Harold Strine, Fred E. Stuntz, Betty B. 11)00 F St. N.W. 4000 5th St. N.W. 1317 Iris St. N.W. 2032 F St. N.W. Room 156, House Office Building Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, Chevy Chase, Md. 1421 20th St. N.W. 2230 California St. N.W. 35 Columbia Ave., Takoma Park .1801 Irving St. N.W. 732 Richmond Ave., Silver Spring, Md. U. S. Treasury Building, Room 422 1849 Irving St. N.W. 1424 K St. N.W. 1930 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. 1930 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. 1703 Irving St. N.W. .1703 Irving St. N.W. 1601 R St. N.W. - National Metropolitan Bank .1733 Irving St. N.W. __ - .....1707 Eye St. N.W. - .1901 R St. N.W. - 1817 K St. N.W. 3005 10th St. N.E. 1520 16th St. N.W. .. 539 21st St. N.W. .3613 16th St. N.W. — The Ontario Apts. Senate Office Building, Room 209 . 2123 Eye St. N.W. .....4010 Marlboro PI. N.W — 1301 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. — 800 G St. N.E. 609 14th St. N.W. - 1223 15th St. N.W. 3611 11th St. N.W. 1814 G St. N.W. ----- ......1200 N.W. 2716 Ontario Rd. N.W. 227 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. — 6136 31st St. N.W. - - — 1326 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. 2025 Eye St. N.W. — - Riverdale, Md. College Park, Md. 544 14th St. S.E. 1351 Taylor St. N.W. 1600 16th St. N.W. — 2525 Ontario Rd. N.W. 15 Denwood Ave., Takoma Park, Md. 18 Charles St., Box 131, Hyattsville, Md. .1330 L St. N.W. 231 Channing St. N.E. -- 815 4% St. S.W. 1443 Spring Rd. 1429 20th St. N.W. - 1900 F St. N.W. ----- 3005 34th St. Fairfax Courthouse, Va. Q 1 9 0 J0 1931 DOCKET Sugar, Samuel J. Sullivan, Thos. A Swann, Charles Sweeley, C. F. Taxin, Ida S. Terrill, Rice M Thatcher, Frank W Thompson, Harry L Timpe, John Oliver Torpey, Leslie C Tozzi, John R Travers, Walter E Unger, Fred T. Van Every, Robert E._ Van Horn, Paul N Van Huss, Lotus A.. — Van Sickler, Robert — Voorhees, Laurence E. Waldrop, Wm. H Weise, Clarence B Wygal, Calvin A Young, Ford E. Zulick, J. Earle 1424 Chapin St. N.W. 1102 16th St. N.W. 109 Maple St., Mt. Ida, Alexandria, Va. Spring Bank Manor, Alexandria, Va. ....1232 6th St. S.W. 1107 11th St. N.W. Colonial Hotel 16 Bryant St. N.W. 4518 4th St. N.W. ...1730 Church St. N.W. 1630 17th St. N.W. Hyattsville, Md. 2001 Eye St. N.W. 1900 F St. N.W. 1010 11th St. N.E. 2121 New York Ave. N.W. 3023 Newark St. N.W. 3810 Alton PI. N.W. .2019 4th St. N.E. 1901 K St. N.W. 1900 F St. N.W. Alta Vista, Bethesda, Md. College Park, Md. 19 i }e r ' jfAe 1931 DOCKET This is all the world will ask: Do your best with every task. Take your share of cloud and rain, But do not bitterly complain ; Don’t go moping round the place With a sad and gloomy face. Other folks have troubles, too, Much like those which come to you. Rain is rain and care is care, Wrong and loss are everywhere, Rank injustice stalks about, Life is hard to reason out; Now and then you’ll wonder why Some are laughing when you sigh, You will stumble, fall, but then Rise and go to work again. Do your best, and let it go. Do not wince at every blow — Other people suffer care, Other men have hurts to bear, Other men by griefs are bowed, But they do not cry aloud; They would never have it known What they suffer when alone. That all men have cause to sigh Only foolish tongues deny. Care is here. There’s none so strong But must sometime suffer wrong. You will weep and you will frown, You will see the rain come down, But be big enough to bear Single-handed with your care. Edgar A. Guest. Qi 1 9 2 J© 1931 DOCKET e i hi:- is ail the world wih u‘ i . Do your best with every ask. Take your share of cloud a no But do not bitterly complain. Don’t go moping round the la - With a sad and gloomy fa c Other folks have trouble too. Much like those wV Yft ■ .-a .-• Rain is ram ok. a . . Wrong and ••• ' • who .• it.. " ' injustice ysdk about. Life is hard t r«-a sop • Nov. and th n • : ♦ « ' wvr « -.v • Some ’ - 4- n y u ToU u of ii mi y 1 1 f [ 1 i i , i ii to a.is i 1 v 1 rfO t ' ikgti : !b i x o nr W V : o. Do no t v ' C C . V T} ll Other [ ' ■ } Jp 1 s 1 i J [ft.: 4 y ther like i! have t- jj j 1 KC. 0?h i iy.it n by gri i; : OU Bat tl lev d not C? T a ' 1 i d , They would nev er i t k hat they sof! , a, « . w i. n That all rru ha 1 - •:...• to Tgn Only foolish tongues deny. Care is here. There ' s none so- ,jg But must sometime witter wron You will weep and you will trov. You will see the rain come down ut be big enough to bear Single-handed with your care Edgar A. Guc Osk 1931 DOCKET “Yesterday is but a dream, Tomorrow only a vision; But today, well lived, Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness And every tomorrow a vision of hope.” •Gf.l 9 3.J0 1931 DOCKET WILLIAM G. SHIPMAN President Freshman Class o i 9 4 1931 DOCKET af i l J 5 1© r 7Ae 1931 DOCKET Class of 1933 THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL Washington, D. C. OFFICERS OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS William G. Shipman President Miss Katherine G. Peffers James Butler Vice-President Treasurer Chester Ring Secretary Thomas M. David Serg ea nt-a t-A rms E. G. Daniels Class Historian e£ 1 9 6 J0 ' yAe 1931 DOCKET E.G.DANI ELF ss Historian Mltt.K PEFFERJ MiazPrestiteru , ©I 197}© 1931 DOCKET 1 9 8 fO Freshman Class 1933 y ie 1931 DOCKET History of tke Class of 1933 J In common with most embryonic attorneys, we entered law school with the full expectation of being immediately confronted with a mul- titude of dusty legal tomes and of becoming hopelessly lost among innumerable legal technicalities. Therefore our pleasure was indeed great when we discovered that our early paths were to be made easy by able and interesting lecturers who were to launch us — almost with- out our knowledge — into the study of the law. At an early date we felt the need for a stable class organization. After an election which, although closely contested was happily free from all discord, we emerged with the following roster of officers: President, William G. Shipman; Vice-President, Katherine Peffers; Secretary, Chester S. Ring; Treasurer, James J. Butler; Sergeant-at- Arms, Thomas M. David; and Historian, Eldred G. Daniels. This done, we applied ourselves industriously to the general subject of law, learning among other things that the doctrine of “Caveat Emp- tor” is apt to apply to final examinations. We were so fortunate as to start off the year with a debate victory ever our brethren from the Junior class. We were also awarded — on paper — the mythical gridiron championship of the University. After two studious terms, we reached the climax of our social year in the annual Freshman dance. Under the direction of Herbert Smith and his associates, this proved to be worthy of all the keen anticipation which has been awarded it and must remain as one of the most pleas- ant memories of our first year. We now hope and feel that we not only have assimilated some of the more important general principles of law, but also have learned something worthy through association and cooperation with our fel- lows. If we can follow the high example of the able members of our faculty as well as to profit by their instruction and if we can form while here a true lawyer’s creed, we hope in 1933 to be worthy to go forth as barristers from old National. Eldred G. Daniels, Historian, Class of 1933. G { 199 J® jAe 1931 DOCKET Standing Committees Executive Committee William G. Shipman, Chairman Miss Katherine G. Peffers Chester Ring James Butler E. G. Daniels Edward J. Garland John B. Shipman Herbert Osborn Claude Wharton Thomas M. David Advisory Committee Edward J. Garland, Chairman John B. Shipman Herbert Osborn Claude Wharton Finance Committee Edward Swindell, Chairman Wilbur Shoup Miss A. Barbara Bartels Theodore R utley Richard Gunter Social Committee Herbert Smith, Chairman Irene Lenard R. J. Kirkland J. C. Dale M. D. Parmele Felicia Borrows ©{200 {© Ae 1931 DOCKET Roster of Freskman Class 1933 Ackerman, Sol 729 Quincy St. N.W. Albrecht, William S .1813 F St. N.W. Aldridge, Harry E Riverdale, Md. Amidon, Leda C. . 1425 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. Arkin, Morris .4423 Georgia Ave. N.W. Arnold, William P 1661 Crescent PI. Aronstin, Ray. .. 1210 N St. N.W. Baden, Hattie McC. Seminary Lane, Alexandria, Va. Baker, Normayne M. 3224 Park PI. N.W. Barger, James P 226 G St. N.W. Barnard, Job 1443 Euclid St. Barnes, Laurie ...1825 F St. N.W. Bartels, A. Barbara 1757 K St. N.W. Bell, Poison W. . 1720 Newton St. N.W. Berry, George A 3041 Sedgwick St. N.W. Beyer, William ....118 Varnum St. N.W. Bigos, Rosalia D ......1011 M St. N.W. Boot, Harry E 3002 South Dakota Ave. N.E. Bord, Alfred N ...1525 16th St. N.W. Borrows, Felicia .... 1408 Massachusetts Ave. Bossidy, Reynold J Park Lane Apts. Brand, I. Aleck . 1132 Braddock Ave. Prannan, Wm. S. 1224 B St. S.E. Bresler, Joseph D 4000 3d St. N.W. Brown, Elizabeth N 2123 Eye St. N.W. Brown, Laurence M 2413 Tunlaw Rd. N.W. Brunner, Chas. C 901 20th St. N.W. Budjako, Edward J ..1240 10th St. N.W. Busey, Fred D. 1149 New Hampshire Ave. N.W. Butler, James J 1204 K St. N.W. Byers, Ralph A ...121 12th St. N.W. Camp, Irving L., Jr 1331 K St. N.W. Campbell, Frank P. 1954 Columbia Rd. N.W. Campbell, Wendall W 2144 F St. N.W. Cannon, James W. 1714 H St. N.W. Carroll, Emmett R. 4700 16th St. N.W. Cartwright, Robert F. Cary, Eeden A. Fairfax, Va. Cavis, Mary E ______ ____35 Madison St. N.W. Chaffetz, Maxwell 2115 F St. Chaifetz, Abraham ...717 Upshur St. N.W. Chapin, Virgil W 617 Carroll Ave., Takoma Park, Md. Charuhas, Peter C 5208 Colorado Ave. N.W. Chessen, Jesse H ]508 Connecticut Ave. Collins, S. Milton College Park, Md Conn, Winifred N 1707 Kenyon St. N.W. Connaughton, Owen H _____ ___ ____1357 Iris St. N.W. Conrad, Glenn B. 1917 Eye St. N.W. Corl, Elbert. ______ _ ... Mt. Ida, Alexandria, Va. Cox, Alexander M. ... . .. 3222 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Cox, Cecil C. 1820 G St. N.W. Crezee, Carl P. 5019 Illinois Ave. N.W. Crunkilton, Joseph G. 460 S. Spruce St., Clarendon, Va. Cyr, Arthur P. 1220 16th St. N.W. Dale, Judson C. 5401 39th St. N.W. Daniels, Eldred G. 1717 R gt. N.W. Darley, Jerry F. 4907 Kansas Ave. Davis, Thomas M. 1224 36th St. N.W. Davis, Channing O 2512 Q St. N.W. G| 2 0 1 J0 1931 DOCKET Day, Ralph. Dean, Sarah P DeLong, Clayton P De Lozier, Herrie C. De Rogatis, Joseph Desjardins, Armand L. Des Jardins, Edward E. De Wold, Arlene A Dexter, Stanley DiFrancesco, Frank J.. Ditto, Eugene E Drake, Stanley L Duffie, Reuben R Dugent, Maude E. Dunn, Wallace L Duvall, Lawrence E._ Edwards, Everett A Eicher, Ronald Elsberry, Ernest L. Ely, James K Epperley, Grant R. Evans, Russell D Fainter, Geraldine A. Fearnow, Harvey S— Feiffer, Jack J Feinberg, Alex Fisher, Edwin L Fitzgerald, Louis J. Flood, Joseph W. Ford, Elaine S. Fox, James P French, Ruth French, Wm. S., Jr.. Fugett, Paul P. Furr, Rose Galbraith, John R. Galbraith, Lorena H. Gallagher, George D Garber, George R. Garland, Edward J Garland, Randolph M. Gentile, Frank Gesuero, Pasqual V. Gibson, Preston F Glass, Harry Glass, Lewis M Gnash, Nestor Y. Gnash, Philip Y Goldberg, Nat ... Goldman, Isidor Gorman, Wm. R Gormley, John E Gould, Murray W. Graham, Jack L Greenwood, Audley H.._ Greenwood, Wm. B. Grossberg, Joseph Guerther, Cecil C Gunther, Frank A. Gunther, H. Richard Gunther, Wischoff L. ... Hall, Robert L. 307 15th St. N.E. 815 Connecticut Ave. 1426 Varnum St. 212 B St. S.E. 1314 11th St. N.W. .......1330 L St. N.W. 1916 F St. N.W. 137 B St. S.E. 3032 Q St. N.W. Ballston, Va. 739 Princeton PI. N.W. Chastleton Hotel 1752 Euclid St. N.W. ...._ ...2444 37th St. N.W. 10 4th St. S.E. 131 Varnum St. N.W. .1812 K St. N.W. 2104 O St. N.W. 431 16th St. S.E. ......1502 21st St. N.W. 24 New York Ave. N.W. Capitol Heights, Md. ..... 1320 F St. N.W. 2833 11th St. N.W. 1917 Eye St. N.W. .2232 Decatur PI. N.W. 2700 36th St. N.W. 5320 Colorado Ave. N.W. .......1417 K St. N.W. 6316 9th St. N.W. 640 D St. N.E. 605 South Carolina Ave. S.E. 1330 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. 6203 Stratford Rd., Chevy Chase, Md. 6203 Stratford Rd., Chevy Chase, Md. 3000 Connecticut Ave. 1128 16th St. N.W. 1211 K St. N.W. 5711 13th St. N.W. 1938 4th St. N.E. 406 Kentucky Ave. S.E. Hotel Cairo 1430 Meridian PI. N.W. 1822 Eye St. N.W. ... 338 Maryland Ave. N.E. 338 Maryland Ave. N.E. 3221 Mt. Pleasant St. N.W. 920 King St., Alexandria, Va. —1041 Taussig PI. N.E. 2531 Q St. N.W. 208 Massachusetts Ave. N.E. --2737 Devonshire PI. N.W. 3426 16th St. N.W. — 2633 12th St. N.E. 505 M St. N.W. 3734 Kanawha St. N.W. 3204 22d St. N.E. 5211 Connecticut Ave. - 3204 22d St. N.E. . Upper Marlboro, Md. G| 2 0 2 0 1931 DOCKET Hall, Stilson H._. Harrington, Donald G... Harris, Emma E Harris, Ralph P Harrison, Andrew J Hart, John A Hartstall, Morton A Haycock, Stephen P Headley, Albert J HefFelfinger, Wm. T Henry, P. J.__ Hillberg, Frank C Hilton, Alfred A. .... Hobbs, Joseph B Hobbs, Wm. J Hollinger, Robert T Hoover, Elmer E Hopkins, Donald A Koran, Charles A Howard, Victor A Howes, Edgar B Hughes, John J Hughes, Thomas F Hughes, Warren B Hunter, E. Glen Hyatt, Hyman Icenhower, Fred J Isaacs, Joseph Johnson, James R Karcher, Raymond E Katz, Moe P Keatts, C. Logan Keith, Wm. P Kilcullen, Daniel B King, Kenneth W Kirkland, Richard J Kissick, Harold G Kline, Clark Q Klingenhagen, Fred J Knox, Weston W Koken, Wm. E Lambert, Margaret V Langley, Eugene R Leahy, Ed. J Leatherwood, Herbert D. I .eon a i ' d, Irene Lewis, John T Liljeroot, Ivan H Linhart, Joseph Loker, George P Lowry, Violet Luchs, Wallace J. Mander, Carles W Manning Christian A.. Marler, Ona C Mason, Wm. B Maze, John M. Meininger, Paul Mendel, Saul J. Miguel, Geronimo M. Miller, Percy P. Miller, Thomas H Leesburg, Va. Cairo Hotel 1372 Kenyon St. N.W. 629 Longfellow St. N.W. ‘ 1460 Euclid St. N.W. 4831 36th St. N.W. 705 Allison St. N.W. 1869 Wyoming Ave. N.W. . 217 9th St. S.W. 319 11th St. S.W. 2106 0 St. 2520 10th St. N.E. 1309 E St. N.E. 1803 19th St. N.W’. ...1916 Belmont Rd. N.W. 412 Oneida PI. N.W. 419 Essex Ave., Somerset, Md. 1352 Longfellow St. N.W. 1900 F St. N.W. 6103 4th St. N.W. Corcoran Courts R. F. D. No. 1, Alexandria, Va. 418 18th St. N.W. 232 6th St. S.E. 3750 37th St., Mount Rainier, Md. 801 41 2 St. S.W. 5212 Illinois Ave. N.W. 829 Quincy St. N.W. .1511 22nd St. N.W. ...1900 F St. N.W. 621 Otis PI. N.W. 2301 38th St. N.W. .....2510 Q St. N.W. 714 5th St. N.W. 3522 Porter St. N.W. 229 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. 2008 G St. N.W. 2737 Devonshire PI. 100 V St. N.E. Falls Church, Va. 1124 12th St. N.W. 2438 Monroe St. N.E. 2145 C St. N.W. 1219 Euclid St. N.W. . 3317 O St. N.W. 1102 18th St. N.W. 3238 N St. N.W. 629 Delafield PI. N.W. 127 Oak St., Clarendon, Va. Leonardtown, Md. 1330 L St. N.W. 2800 Connecticut Ave. N.W. . 535 N. Columbus St., Alexandria, Va. 1926 38th St. N.W. 2869 28th St. N.W. P. O. Box 1918, National Training School for Boys — 1901 R St. N.W. - 1213 Clifton St. N.W. 425 Decatur St. N.W. Howell Ave. and Russell Rd., Alexandria, Va. So. Clifton Terrace ©f 2 0 3 fe Ae 1931 DOCKET Miller, Wm. J. Mindel, Saul J. Miner, Wilfred L. Minniek, Sheldon D. Mooney, Henry Moreland, Daniel R. Moyer, Florence W. Mularkey, Daniel P. Mulkins, Wm. H. Murray, Sallie A. Musgrave, Chas. E. McConnell, Fred W. McCurdy, John C. McFall, Jack K. McGinnis, Wm. G. McGuire, Chas. F. Mackintosh, James T. Nash, Katheryne M. Norris, Charles G. O’Donnell, Michael J. Osborn, Herbert M. Osborne, M. Hamilton Palmer, Aubrey T. Parker, Gordon S. Parmele, Morris D. Payne, Markham W. Peffers, Katharine G. Perdoms, Carbos A. Peruzzi, Alice M. Phillips, Hal P. Pierce, Ralph Pierce, Wm. R. PlofF, Morris .. Poole, Ruth E. Posner, Samuel I. Prager, Joseph W. Protas, Harry Quigley, Martin J. Quigley, Max E. Quinn, Edward J. Raeder, Charles E. Ragan, John J. Ragland, James C. Ratcliflfe, Sue J. Reining, Robert R. Richardson, Randolph C. Riddley, David L Ring, Chester S. Rivera, Pascual A. Robey, Frederick E. Ross, Byron C. Rothschild, Louis Ruano, Wm. J. Ruppert, Bessie E. Russell, John E. Rutley, Theodore H. Sadtler, James L. Sammons, Frank Sanborn, Donald H. SchaafF, LeRoy Schiller, Dorothy Schreiner, C. Fred Box 68, Route 5, Bethesda, Md. 425 Decatur St. N.W. 4301 Kansas Ave. 618 A St. S.E. War College D. C. _ 621 19th St. N.W. ..... 4324 8th St. N.W. - 2221 1st St. N.W. 623 Maryland Ave. S.W. ......1523 Park Rd. N.W. 1448 Girard St. N.W. _ 1921 1st St. N.E. Mayflower Hotel 129 U St. N.E. 2426 19th St. N.W. 1509 Evarts St. N.E. 3525 Davenport St. .... 502 B St. N.E. 1268 Holbrook Terrace N.E. 228 E. Capitol St. 2626 Garfield St. N.W. 207 The Cordova Apts. 548 Shepherd St. N.W. 1539 Eye St. N.W. 311 Mason St., Cherrydale, Va. 728 Fern PL, Takoma Park, D. C. 611 A St. S.E. 1301 15th St. N.W. West Falls Church, Va. West Falls Church, Va. 1900 F St. N.W. 419 Raymond St., Chevy Chase, Md. Alexandria Ave., Braddock, Alexandria, Va. 2629 Connecticut Ave. N.W. 1353 Shepherd St. N.W. 1261 Irving St. N.W. 3616 Connecticut Ave. N.W. . 3810 Jocelyn St. N.W. 424 Buchanan St. N.W. 3754 Benton St. N.W. 1011 Lawrence St. N.E. 3701 13th St. N.W. 236 Farragut St. N.W. 1203 E. St. N.E. 1636 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. 2025 Eve St. N.W. 5409 39th St., N.W., Chevy Chase, D. C. 4424 Albemarle St. N.W. Ballston, Va. 337 Evening Star Bldg. 2104 O St. N.W. 407 6th St. N.E. Oatlands, Va. 3701 McKinley St. N.W. 1307 Corbin PI. N.E. 1212 M St. N.W. 2131 N St. N.W. 1601 Argonne PI. N.W. 2825 27th St. N.W. 509 Queen St., Alexandria, Va. ©{ 2 0 4 }® Ok 1931 DOCKET Schrider, Alfred V. Schuk, Margaret M Scott, Ira D Sedillk, Phil M.„. Sesso, Joseph R. Shipman, John B. Shipman, Wm. G Shoup, Wilbur L. Shreve, Mary R Sigal, Jules Simmons, Miles E. Simonson, Clinton W. Skelly, Frank G ... Smith, Herbert J. Smith, Howard J Smith, Louis E Smuck, Carl C Smythe, Donn V Solem, Peter W Sours, Paul E Spates, Alfred W Startzel, Joseph E. Stephens, Strother T Stokes, Maxwell H Stup, Gordon A. Sullivan, James F._ Swindel, Edward G._ Symons, Maurine L Thomas, Cyrus D. Thomason, Chas. A Thorne, Frederic E Tiller, Thompson W Tomasi, John A. Tummon, Albert I Tuner, Wm. J Urani, Josephine M. Ussery, Emory B. ... Villalon, Pedro G Vail, Vesta L Van Heuvel, James M Van Leon, Bernard Venezky, Bernard S Wagner, Charles H Walker, George W Walker, Harry L. Ward, Chester C Warner, Glen R. Weide, George J. Weinberg, Maurice Weitz, Barney 0. Wellens, Albert G. Whorton, Claude A. White, John C Wiczer, Sol B. ... Wiegreffe, John L. Wilkinson, James L. Williams, Alberta M Wilson, Furney R. Wood, Wilmer O Wren, Clark C Zanoff, Abe G. Zarin, Estelle G 6918 6th St. N.W. ......1217 K St. N.W. 1905 G St. N.W. 1627 K St. 210 V 2 B St. S.E. 2124 Eye St. N.W. 2146 F St. N.W. .....616 18th St. N.W. 1308 Park Rd. N.W. 4424 Georgia Ave. N.W. 1502 21st St. N.W. 1620 R St. N.W. 1437 Spring Rd. N.W. 1457 Park Rd. N.W. 3129 38th St. N.W. 1920 S St. N.W. 1743 Columbia Rd. 1457 Park Rd. N.W. Receiving Station, Navy Yard Germantown, Md. 2809 15th St. N.W. 647 y 2 G St. N.E. 1262 21st St. N.W. Potomac, Md. 1218 Perry St. N.E. 1321 Fairmont St. N.W. 1009 11th St. N.W. 301 Maryland Ave. N.E. 1011 Lawrence St. N.E. _ .....2001 Eye St. 3526 Albemarle St. N.W. .. Cavalier Hotel 2019 19th St. N.W. 2201 K St. N.W. Potomac Park Apts. 413 Randolph St. N.W. 1424 R St. N.W. 22 Girard St. N.E. 1629 Columbia Rd. Hyattsville, Md. QQOI p Qf — 707 Allison St. N.w! 5716 Colorado Ave. N.W. 1800 Eye St. N.W. 7 Iowa Circle 1339 Randolph St. N.W. 1017 Quebec PI. N.W. - 817 10th St. N.W. 3558 Warder St. N.W. 1370 Irving St. N.W. 3606 13th St. N.W. 1736 18th St. N.W. 1817 F St. 2731 Woodley PI. N.W. 1009 11th St. N.W. 1111 Lamont St. N.W. East Falls Church, Va. Wyoming Apts. - 2833 11th St. N.W. Rochambeau Apts. 1931 DOCKET ©£ 2 0 6 Je) Jt ]r)RAT)E)RN)(T)(]ES - f ' a 0 % 1931 DOCKET JO- ItJinskijfr leJAmtfty HONOIVAIVV MEAYBEI S SIGMA DELTA KAPPA MU CAsa,fite ' r f? o g e k O ' jDon ne lev tv U v lz ,6 i fa er ? L 03 as a Jke 1931 DOCKET Herritt j£. . V ce C A a rc ee o r cSssistan Secretary Sr ear Ueorjje ? Zeroise , CA a rt crSto - OFFICERS S 1 G A A DELTA KAPPA - U CHAPTER 1930-1931 f 7 « Cairv , Ch a ft 1 n IS i a r?t f jPecr ny , Treasurer 2 0 8 0 " j, ' ke 1931 DOCKET Sig ma Delta Kappa INTERCOLLEGIATE LAW FRATERNITY Character Scholarship igma Delta Kappa was founded at the University of Michigan in 1914 to foster and encourage a spirit of brotherly love and affec- tion; to promote the moral and intellectual well-being of its members; to further the best interest of the Fraternity, the schools in which its chapters are located, and the Government of the United States. MU CHAPTER NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Officers George P. Grove Chancellor John M. Lynham Secretary W. E. McCain Chaplain Merritt L. Smith Vice Chancellor William E. Deering Treasurer Grover C. Kane Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Active Members William S. Bran nan R. R. Browning Ugo J. A. Carusi A. H. Charland A. S. Cudmore Wm. E. Deering Frederick W. Denniston, J. C. Grille George P. Grove Roy Grove Ralph S. Hisle Grover C. Kane Merritt Elva R. Kendall H. H. Kendrick L. H. King John M. Lynham John C. Marchant A. J. Maxwell Jr. Charles K. Murr W. E. McCain Julius H. Rice Prentiss D. Sale, Jr. H. L. Seaman Beverley S. Simms L. Smith Honorary Members George P. Barse Walter M. Bastian Turin B. Boone Charles S. Lcbinger Roger O’Donnell H. Winship Wheatley Glenn Willett G{ 2 0 9 }0 1931 DOCKET M EAV BERS SIGAVA DELTA KAPPA JK U CAajbUr 1930-1931 I ZrTTTe. e| 2 1 o}© Ae 1931 DOCKET Chapters of Sigma Delta Kappa Fraternity INTERCOLLEGIATE LAW FRATERNITY OF SIGMA DELTA KAPPA THE ACTIVE CHAPTERS Alpha University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Gamma Benjamin Harrison Law School, Indianapolis, Ind. Zeta Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind. Eta University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind. Theta Chattanooga College of Law, Chattanooga, Tenn. Kappa Atlanta Law School, Atlanta, Ga. Lambda Detroit College of Law, Detroit, Mich. Mu National University, Washington, D. C. Nu Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. Xi University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. Omicron Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio Pi Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn. Rho San Francisco Law School, San Francisco, Calif. Tau DePaul University Law School, Chicago, 111. Upsilon Minnesota College of Law, Minneapolis, Minn. Phi Hastings College of Law, San Francisco, Calif. Chi _ University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Psi St. Joseph Law School, St. Joseph, Mo. Omega Chicagc-Kent College of Law, Chicago, 111. Alpha Alpha University of Illinois, Champaign, 111. Alpha Beta Westminster Law School, Denver, Colo. Alpha Delta St. John’s College of Law, Brooklyn, N. Y. Alpha Epsilon . University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky. Alpha Zeta — Jno. R. Neal College of Law, Knoxville, Tenn. Alpha Theta University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. Alpha Iota _ University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Alpha Kappa _______ Lake Erie School of Law, Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Lambda Wake Forest College School of Law, Wake Forest, N. C. Alpha Mu Columbus University School of Law, Washington, D. C. Alpha Nu Des Moines College of Law, Des Moines, Iowa Alpha Xi Los Angeles College of Law, Los Angeles, Calif. e| 2 1 1 1® 1931 DOCKET oa g.c. ausH 7ft a rsA. a e{ 2 1 2 J0 1931 DOCKET JOSEPH H CHOATE O v jt ' ter S I GAA N U PHI 1930 - 1931 2 1 3 l Ae 1931 DOCKET Sigma Mu Phi Fraternity (Legal) Joseph H. Choate (alpha) Chapter Washington, D. C. (Founded February 12, 1903) Organized February 12, 1903, at National University Law School. Choate Inn of this Chapter is located at 1755 Que Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Founders Henry H. Allen (Deceased) James A. Bailey James M. Britt Eugene Carusi (Deceased) Charles F. Carusi (Deceased) Arthur L. Fill Louis G. Julihn Declaration of Sigma Nu Phi United by the strong tie of true brotherhood in the iaw, we mutu- ally resolve to labor for the good of our order, our country and man- kind. We will strive to promote the well-being of students and prac- titioners of the law, and to cultivate the ethics of the profession. To secure harmony and maintain good will, thereby perpetuating the brotherhood, it shall be our earnest endeavour to suppress personal, sectional, religious and political prejudices, as well as all unhealthy rivalry and selfish ambition. To the end, therefore, that we achieve fraternal harmony and last- ing benefit, we humbly implore the guidance and assistance of the the Ruler of the Universe. Clarence G. Heylmun Oliver Metzerott Raymond W. Moulton (Deceased) E. Richard Shipp Sidney F. Smith (Deceased) George L. Whitaker e| 2 n 1931 DOCKET Active Chapters Joseph H. Choate (Alpha) National University, Washington, D. C. Charles Evans Hughes (Beta) Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. William Howard Taft (Gamma) Detroit College of Law, Detroit, Mich. Gavin Craig (Epsilon) University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Calif. Jefferson Davis (Zeta) University of Richmond, Richmond, Va. John Marshall (Eta). John B. Stetson University, DeLand, Fla. Oliver Wendell Holmes (Theta) .... Washington College of Law, Washington, D. C. Champ Clark (Iota) St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. James G. Jenkins (Kappa) Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Richmond Pearson (Lambda) Duke University, Durham, N. C. Russell H. Conwell (Mu) Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. William Mitchell (Nu) Minneapolis College of Law, Minneapolis, Minn. Stephen A. Douglas (Xi) Loyola University, Chicago, 111. Edward Douglas White (Omicron) Loyola University, New Orleans, La. John F. Shafroth (Pi) Westminster College of Law, Denver, Colo. William Marvin Simmons (Rho ) i ....University of California, San Francisco, Calif. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper (Sigma). Vancouver Law School, Vancouver, B. C. Leon P. Lewis (Tau) University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky. John W. Davis (Upsilon) Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pa. Grant Fellows (Phi) Detroit City Law School, Detroit, Mich. Alexander H. Stephens (Chi) Atlanta Law School, Atlanta, Ga. Chartered Alumni Chapters Detroit Alumni _ District of Columbia Alumni Richmond Alumni Saint Louis Alumni Milwaukee Alumni Chicago Alumni Los Angeles Alumni Minneapolis Alumni Louisville Alumni _ Detroit, Mich. Washington, D. C. Richmond, Va. St. Louis, Mo. . . .Milwaukee, Wis. Chicago, 111. Los Angeles, Calif. Minneapolis, Minn. Louisville, Ky. MEMBERS Honorary Hon. James M. Beck Hon. Theodore C. Bretano Hon. Herbert J. Drane Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher Hon. Oliver Wendell Holmes Hon. Frank E. Irvine Hon. Charles E. Millikan Hon. William W. Morrow Hon. Jackson Ralston Hon. Lon A. Scott Charles F. Carusi John L. Cassin William A. Coombe Calvin I. Kephart Godfrey L. Munter Faculty Thomas H. Patterson Hon. Frederick L. Siddons Frederick P. H. Siddons Conrad H. Syme Eugene R. Woodson 2 1 5 1931 DOCKET Active Members Sigma Nu Pki Post Graduates James E. Artis (1930) 910 Ninth Street N.E., Washington, D. C. A. Gwynn Bowie (1930) Upper Marlboro, Md. Samuel R. Harrison (1930) Glencarlyn, Va. Otto H. Marquer (1927) 1200 Massachusetts Ave. N. W., Washington, D. C. John F. MacDonald (1930) 219 A Street S.E., Washington, D. C. Edmund H. O’Brien (1930) U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. Joseph E. Phillips (1930) 1014 Eye Street N.E., Washington, D. C- George F. Viault (1930) 1222 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C. Class of 1931 Charles H. Bair C. Nelson Bean Roy Butrum Francisco A. Colon Charles L. Curtiss, Jr. George C. Damm Albert W. Fox Byron T. Gardner C. Chester Guy Oscar G. Iden J. Curtis Ladd George E. Loges Andrew J. McGaraghy Ernest C. Mellor Dr. Thomas L. Miller Francis G. Morrison George A. Ninas, Jr. Dorsey K. Offutt E. Eugene Ohlander Amos T. Pagter Joseph J. Pratt Dr. Garrett C. Rush Melville B. Shorey A. G. Southworth 7 Rock Creek Church Road, Washington, D. C. 517 South Clarendon Ave., Clarendon, Va. 4622 Fourth Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 1739 Eye Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 2740 Woodley Place N.W., Washington, D. C. 209 West Pershing Road, Clarendon, Va. 1515 Webster Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 2119 H Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 2015 Monroe Street N.E., Washington, D. C. 4216 12th Place N.E., Washington, D. C. 5403 Ninth Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 2528 Eleventh Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 139 North Carolina Ave. S.E., Washington, D. C. 132 C Street N.E., Washington, D. C. 3305 New Navy Building, Washington, D. C. 4929 Seventh Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Gaithersburg, Md. 933 L Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 3107 24th Street N.E., Washington, D. C. 4606 Sixteenth Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 1404 12th Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 917 New York Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C. 2616 Cathedral Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C. R. F. D. No. 3, Anacostia, D. C. - 1 6 fO 1931 DOCKET Class of 1932 Henry J. Brown 1701 Second Street N.E., Washington, D. C. Walter T. Cardwell 4215 Canal Road N.W., Washington, D. C. Gaston D. Chesteen 3525 Davenport Street N.W., Washington, D. C. William F. Colcock 5336 Colorado Ave. N.W., Washington, D. C. Arthur J. Dixon . .. 1740 D Street S.E., Washington, D. C. Paul C. Golding 115 Second Street N.E., Washington, D. C. Barney A. Hammond 16 Warner Street, Washington, D. C. John A. Hart 4831 36th Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Harold R. Kasson 2525 Ontario Road N.W., Washington, D. C. William P. Kilgore ...127 Clarendon Ave., Clarendon, Va. William A. Kluttz 2708 Tenth Street N.E., Washington, D. C. Victor N. Loftus 700 Lawrence Street N.E., Washington, D. C. Clyde R. Maxwell 204 Adams Street N.E., Washington, D. C. Charles P. Medley U. S. Veterans’ Bureau, Washington, D. C. Austin J. Naylor 3621 Newark Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Arthur E. Otto 2909 Foxhall Road N.W., Washington, D. C. Lanceford B. Pruitt 35 Columbia Ave., Takoma Park, Md. Ralph V. Ray 1766 Columbia Road N.W., Washington, D. C. Denton H. Reed 1703 Irving Street N.W., Washington, D. C. George C. Rhoades.. 1733 Irving Street N.W., Washington, D. C. A. Barger Smith 6136 31st Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Leo Speer 2525 Ontario Road N.W., Washington, D. C. Randall P. Starkey 231 Channing Street N.E.., Washington, D. C. Charles A. Swann 109 Maple Street, Mt. Ida, Alexandria, Va. J. Oliver Timpe 4518 Fourth Street N.W., Washington, D. C. George W. Titus 1906 K Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Clarence B. Weise 1901 K Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Class of 1933 Emmett R. Carroll 4700 Sixteenth Street N.W., Washington, D. C. James K. Ely.... 2025 Eye Street N.W., Washington, D. C. John R. Galbraith .6203 Stratford Road, Washington, D. C. William E. Koken 126 N. Oak Street, Clarendon, Va. Herbert M. Osborn 228 E. Capitol Street, Washington, D. C. Stanley E. Otto 2909 Foxhall tyoad N.W., Washington, D. C. Markham W. Payne -.1332 Eye Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Frederick E. Robey . 4424 Albemarle Street N.W., Washington, D. C. Ira D. Scott ....1905 Sixth Street N.W., Washington, D. C. C2|217 J© y ie 1931 DOCKET NATIONAL UNIVERSITY MASONIC CLUB AarlchamW. Payne Affiliated uill i l ie National leayue Mtsan c C nAr Nathan Friedenberq VICE PRESIDENT R R. Bau m_ TR.E AS U PJEPs. HERALD MARSHALL ©{ 2 1 8 1931 DOCKET National University Masonic Club Members HONORARY MEMBERS W. A Bastiaa Mon Charles S. Lobinqer onneli Hon. Frederick L Siddons Theodore D Peqjer Henry C. Keen Hon Charles H Robb e| 2 1 9 0 ? 1931 DOCKET K T ational University Masonic Club Members rman Morris Carlon Dr. Haqen MHain bieven Dorf { 2 2 0 1931 DOCKET National University Masonic Club Members Ha rper Shanahan Bair Shepherd Simons Miller Nance Pratt Berman Brown Haves Burke Boone 6 rove ef 2 2 1 Ja h ie 1931 DOCKET In memory of our departed brother Dr. Charles F. Carusi Dr. Charles F. Carusi will live long in the affectionate memory of our citi- zenry — and his fellow members of the National University Masonic Club gratefully express their remembrance of his gracious spirit, his noble presence, his kindly eye, his thrilling voice that gave his message of brotherhood. These are mystic cords that bind him to our hearts forever. In this memorial, we honor a great educator; but more, we crown with our hearts’ love this kingly man — this Great Heart of our Fraternity. Q{ 2 2 2 }© 0 % 1931 DOCKET National University Masonic Club Affiliated with the National League of Masonic Clubs OFFICERS Louis Engel President Nathan Friedenberg Vice-President R. R. Baum Treasurer Charles K. Murr Marshal Kenneth Petrie Secretary George Walter Smith Chaplain- Almoner Markham W. Payne Herald History n URING the year of 1920 a large group of enthusiastic Masons within the school realized the need of an organization of the members of the Masonic Fraternity attending the University, which culminated in this realization taking the form of the National University Masonic Club. The installation of the first officers took place on December 4, 1920, with a charter membership of twenty-one. The initial purpose of this club was the promotion of good fellow- ship among all the students of the University and more especially among the Master Masons of the school and making more practicable rendering of assistance to its various members. Since its organization it has included among its membership a large number of the outstanding and honored members of the legal pro- fession in the District of Columbia. The success of the club is shown by the high calibre of its increas- ing membership. Among the excellent service of the club is assist- ance rendered to deserving Masons of limited means by the award of scholarships, which aids many in securing legal training they might not otherwise acquire. The club sponsors social functions which promote good fellowship among the students, alumni and faculty which tends to bring them into closer relationship in their mutual interest and undertakings. One of the outstanding social events of the year is the annual banquet to which all students, faculty and alumni of the University are invited. e| 2 2 3 }© ' jfte 1931 DOCKET Sol. Ackerman W. L. Anderson P. W. Austin K. C. Baxter Chas. H. Bair E. L. Bailey J. N. Beall Edwin T. Beau Gustav Berman Daniel F. Boone C. C. Boswell S. C. Bready Donald F. Brown Edward T. Burke John A. Campbell Guy M. Carlon Fred R. Case Ugo J. A. Carusi Arthur S. Cudmore Frank J. Day J. C. Dale Geo. Damm Chas. A. Demarest, Jr. Edwin D. Detwiler Alfred L. Dorf Active Members Neal 0. Harper Herman Haves Philip Herman R. L. Hollowell J. C. Hooker Chas. W. Hoover Victor H. Howard Reynolds T. Hornsberger Edgar B. Howes R. M. Hughes Benjamin H. Hiett Alfred A. Hilton Fred J. Iconhower R. S. Johnson D. F. Kull M. La Marche M. P. Landis Jack Lee John W. Light Clyde R. Maxwell W. E. McCain Dr. R. W. McCullough Wm. D. Medley Dr. Thomas L. Miller G. W. Montgomery R. R. Pruit John X. Philips Hal P. Phillips Meyer Pumps James C. Ragland T. P. Randall F. S. Resh J. I. Resnicoff R. Richardson Dr. G. C. Rush E. F. Sachrest H. L. Schilz John H. Schooley Thomas F. Shanahan Eugene F. Sharkhoff D. L. Shepherd E. G. Sievers David Simons C. W. Simonson F. Smith George S. Smith E. I. Snyder Paul E. Sours A. G. Southworth E. A. Stoup 2 2 4 J0 1931 DOCKET Jac. Estea S. B. Everett John R. Fletcher Arthur H. Ford R. J. Gordon Murray W. Gould Geo. P. Grove Gilbert R. Griffith E. C. Fuhrman Chas. W. Funkhouser C. Chester Guy Dr. W. L. Hagen Alvin W. Hall Hiram L. Hannum Leon G. Morris George M. Moore Thomas E. Nance George A. Ninas E. Ohlander R. E. O’Neal H. M. Osborn Arthur E. Otto Stanley E. Otto Amos T. Pagter Albert H. Plotzsky H. G. Pot Joseph J. Pratt Arthur E. Preyer Granger G. Sutton M. A. Tevyaw Frank T. Thomas J. Oliver Timpe H. A. Tolson Charles B. Watkins L. H. Weiss James W. Wheat L. Williams F. L. Willingham R. K. Windham C. L. Wingate Fred A. Woodis Arthur K. Wright W. A. Bastian L. A. Dent G. E. Edelin Bertrand Emerson, Jr. Hon. Peyton Gordon F. Juehoff Everett P. Haycraft Henry C. Keene Honorary Members John B. Keeler J. Claude Keiper Godfrey L. Munter Charles Melvin Neff Roger O’Donnell Hon. Charles S. Lobinger Charles Pergler Julius I. Peyser Theodore D. Peyser Hon. Theodore G. Risley Hon. Charles H. Robb Hon. Frederick L. Siddons Hon. Milton Strasburger Conrad Syme Lynn H. Troutman e| 2 2 5 }© JAe £931 DOCKET G| 2 2 6 J© 3 ' tie £931 DOCKET AlpKa Beta PKi Fraternity “We, the brethren of the Alhpa Beta Phi Fraternity, subjecting ourselves to the dictates of righteousness, cour- age and brotherly love, and uniting in the common cause for companionship, do formulate and advocate a spirit ot true altruism and everlasting friendship. “Our thoughts are consumed in the blanket that covers all mankind, and portrays that symbol that our forefathers cherished and displayed when their Leader conducted them to a reign of peace in the far corners of the earth.” e | 2 2 7 }0 JAe 1931 DOCKET HoracE T Morrison BALI F F Lestor H. Duq ueLte C L E (L K. Robert I . Wi 1 1 i a »vs asaivshall Theodore L. Deter ASSOCIATE JUSTICE Hort. Peijton J. Gordon H O NOHAW a Br B eta Chapter Georqe W. Drown chan CEt LOU G{ 2 2 8 J0 ' yjie 1931 DOCKET ©| 2 2 9 }© ' yjie 1931 DOCKET Pki Beta Gamma Legal Fraternity) (Beta Chapter) W ▼ ▼ E, the brethren ot Phi Beta Gamma Legal Fraternity, in order to establish and perpetuate a union of brotherly love dedicated to mutual helpfulness, service and fraternalism, aiming to develop and stimulate a respect for the law of the land and learning in its various branches, to promote zeal and ambition in its study, to main- tain the high standards of the American Bar, and for the advance- ment of the highest ideals of ethical and professional honor, do ordain and adopt this constitution as the supreme law of Phi Beta Gamma Legal Fraternity. HONORARY MEMBERS Honorable Harlan Fiske Stone Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States Honorable Charles H. Robb Associate Justice, Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia Honorable Jennings Bailey Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the District of Columbia Honorable Peyton Gordon Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the District of Columbia ACTIVE CHAPTERS Alpha Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. Beta National University, Washington, D. C. Delta St. Paul College of Law, St. Paul, Minn. Epsilon George Washington University, Washington, D. C. Eta Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn. Gamma Minneapolis College of Law, Minneapolis, Minn. Zeta Loyola University, New Orleans, La. Theta Jefferson School of Law, Louisville, Ky. ALUMNI CHAPTERS Minneapolis, Minnesota St. Paul, Minnesota Washington, District of Columbia New Orleans, Louisiana Louisville, Kentucky 2 3 0 J® 1931 DOCKET CHAPTER OFFICERS Chief Justice Sidney B. Hill Associate Justice Theo. L. Betor, James W. Lauderdale Clerk Lester H. Duquette, Ben. J. Chromy Bailiff Horace T. Morrison, Henry G. Herrell Historian Allan D. Mockabee Chancellor George W. Brown Marshall Robert I. Williams ACTIVE MEMBERS Lloyd G. Andrews Theo. L. Betor George Washington Brown Ben J. Chromy Paul H. Cochran William E. Duvall John W. Edelin, Jr. Edwin L. Fisher Robert Urann Geib, Jr. Samuel Walker Hardy John Talbert Haslett Ray C. Hatch Henry G. Herrell Sidney B. Hill John B. Kelly Weston W. Knox James W. Lauderdale Anthony Maley J. Edward Mclnnis William T. McKenna Horace T. Morrison Cyrus Rachie Thomas H. Reynolds James A. Robey Wilbur Lee Shoup Harry Clair Shriver Charles L. Skarren, Jr. Asael J. Smith Lawrence S. Spurck J. Douglas Swenson Robert I. Williams Marion T. Woodruff PLEDGES Roy Grant Epperley Randolph Mueller Garland Robert Thomas Hollinger Charles A. Horan Francis J. Kelly Edward J. Leahy William Buford Mason Ralph Pierce Joseph R. Sawyer e| 23 1 J© Qj[ 2 3 2 J0 1931 DOCKET Mie 1931 DOCKET af|2 3 4 }© yAe 1931 DOCKET ueen s Benck Officers Mabel Benson Sakis President Florence Curoe Vice-Presideyit Mary E. Cavis Secretary Grace Dawson Treasurer Irene Lipscomb Reporter Lillian Kolker Sergeant-at-Arms T Jll he Queen’s Bench, formerly the Cy Pres Club, is an organiza- tion composed of the women law students of National University. In October, 1919, when women first entered National University, the then Cy Pres Club came into being with a membership of four splendid pioneers who found that courage coupled with constancy of purpose and high ideals compensated for any lack in numbers. Today the Queen’s Bench, with a membership of more than sixty, is the largest and most far-reaching women’s organizations at National. The concrete aims of this group include the engendering of a social unity among women students at National, the lending of assistance to new students as well as the promoting of a professional atmosphere most conducive to success in the field of law. In carrying forward this program, the Queen’s Bench does not limit its membership to law students exclusively, but embraces also those enrolled in the University’s School of Economics and Govern- ment. The high purposes of the Queen’s Bench are most appropriately symbolized in the choice of its new name, which is that of the highest tribunal over which a woman has ever presided. ©{ 235 }® 1931 DOCKET Queen’s Benck Members Orpha Allen Harriet Baden Emma Bauer A. Barbara Bartels Mary M. Bigos Rosalia Bigos F. Borrows Helen Bowers Mildred Burke Elsie Cannon Mary E. Cavis Julia Cohen Ruth Cohen Florence Curoe Grace Dawson Mary Deering Arline Dewalt Katheryn Doherty Maude E. H. Dugent G. A. Fainter Mary Fegan Kathleen Fisher Ruth French Minnie M. Hardy Emma Harris Lena R. Hyatt Grace Kanode Lucy Kelly Lillian Kolker Shirley Kolker Dorothy Korte Maud Landis Irene Lipscomb Thelma James Lucile Jackson E. Lydia Martin Omah McCoy Ida McMillan Sally Murray Mary Nelson Hazel Palmer Alice Peruzzi Bess Phelan Katheryn Pfeffers Kathryn Pickett Ruth Poole Charlene Roland Mabel Benson Sakis Dorothy Schiller Ora Smith Evelyn Spencer Maurine Symons Rose Tabb Maryanne Thomas Ida Taxin Abby Taylor Lotus Van Huss Josephine Urani Alberta Williams Estelle Zarin 23C J© Ae 1931 DOCKET Kappa Beta Pi Legal Sorority Omicron Chapter O micron Chapter was chartered May 3, 1921, during the period when women students were striving for recognition in National University Law School. It has steadily progressed twoard its goal of service and fellowship with the increase of women students in the school. It stands ready at all times to aid women in the study of law, and to encourage any movement for the benefit of mankind, and is particularly interested in the removal of restrictions against women in the professions. At the present time the Chapter supports three scholarships in the University. While the primary purpose of the sorority is to further its members’ interests in the field of law, it nevertheless includes in its activities many occasions for happy social enjoyment. Chapter Patrons Judge Frederick L. Siddons Mrs. Frederick L. Siddons Mrs. Albert Putney el 2 3 7 j© e| 2 3 8 J© 1931 DOCKET Kappa Beta Pi Legal Sorority OFFICERS OF OMICRON CHAPTER Addie A. Hughes, Dean Harriet Buckingham, Associate Dean Sarah P. Muchmore, Recording Registrar Marjorie Bartlett Helen Bowers Harriet Buckingham Lida K. Cole Alice K. Conner Grace Dawson Mabelle Ellis Kathleen O’Brien Fisher Constance Fogle Frances D. Foley Virginia Harrison Mary Holmes Addie A. Hughes Ella Jones Grace F. Kanode Pearl B. Klein Helen E. Mooney, Corresponding Registrar Frances R. Shugrue, Chancellor Catherine E. Myers, Marshall Active Members Marian MacNab Frances A. Marshall Sara T. Mero Helen E. Mooney Achsa V. Moore Sarah P. Muchmore Catherine E. Myers Rose McCabe Mary McColligan Hazel Palmer Olive F. Robinson Frances R. Shugrue Mildred Sissler Evelyn Spencer Virginia Stanford Abbie Taylor 2 3 9 J0 0 k 1931 DOCKET Kappa Beta Pi Legal Sorority K (International) appa Beta Pi Legal Sorority was organized December 15, 1908, at Chicago Kent College of Law, for the purpose of promoting a higher professional standard among women law students and lawyers, and strengthening, by educational and social activities, the ties of friendship among them. Kappa Beta Pi is not only the oldest women’s legal sorority in existence, but its progressive and earnest endeavors have enabled it to become one of international scope and influence. At the present time there are thirty-six students, and eight alumnae, chapters in recognized law schools in the United States, one chapter in Canada, and one in Paris, France. Kappa Beta Pi is the first fraternal organization, general or professional, to install a chapter on the European continent. Kappa Beta Pi numbers among its honorary members such women as Judge Kathryn Sellers of the Juvenile Court of the District of Columbia; Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey, dean emeritus, Washington College of Law; Judge Florence E. Allen of the Supreme Court of Ohio; Helena Normanton, England’s first woman barrister; Mme. Suzanne Grinberg of Paris, France; Dr. Freda Bahl of the Juvenile Court of Berlin, Germany ; Dr. Maria Hagemeyer of Cologne, Ger- many; Judge Mary Bartelme of the Juvenile Court of Chicago; Mrs. Burnita Sheldon Mathews, the first woman to receive a degree from National University; and many others. ACTIVE CHAPTERS Alpha, Chicago-Kent College of Law Beta, Northwestern University Gamma, DePaul University Delta, University of Chicago Epsilon, Washington College of Law Zeta, John Marshall School of Law, Chicago Eta, University of Texas Theta, Kansas City College of Law Iota, University of California Lambda, University of Detroit Mu, Detroit College of Law Nu, George Washington Univer- sity Xi, University of Michigan Omicron, National University Pi, Washington University Rho, University of Iowa Sigma, Cornell University Tau, Boston University Upsilon, Syracuse University Phi, University of Illinois Chi, University of Oregon Psi, University of Wisconsin Omega, University of Southern California Alpha Alpha, John Marshall School of Law, Cleveland Alpha Beta, University of Min- nesota Alhpa Gamma, Southwestern University Alpha Delta, Buffalo University G| 2 4 0 Ae 1931 DOCKET Alpha Epsilon, Chicago Law School Alpha Zeta, Marquette Univer- sity Alpha Eta, Hastings College of Law Alpha Theta, Loyola University Alpha Iota, St. Louis University Alpha Kappa, Creighton Uni- versity Alpha Lambda, University of Nebraska Alpha Mu, Osgoode Hall School of Law, Toronto, Canada Alpha Nu, Ohio State Univer- sity Alpha Xi, University of Okla- homa Alpha Omicron, University of Paris, Paris, Prance Alpha Alumnae, St. Louis, Mo. Beta Alumnae, New York City Gamma Alumnae, Los Angeles, California Delta Alumnae, Cleveland, Ohio Epsilon Alumnae, Chicago, Illi- nois Zeta Alumnae, Detroit, Michi- gan Eta Alumnae, Washington, D. C. Theta Alumnae, Kansas City, Missouri 0 k 1931 DOCKET ef 2 4 2 }© Ae 1931 DOCKET TKe PKi Delta Delta (LEGAL FRATERNITY) € N November 11, 1911, at the University of Southern Califor- nia, the Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity was organized in order to promote the highest standards of professional ethics and culture among women in law schools as well as the legal profession at large. The organization is conducting detailed surveys of opportunities for women throughout the United States; the survey of the Federal legal position being of especial interest. A committee of professional advisers in specialized fields is maintained to assist and counsel new members of the bar. In 1928, upon petition, a charter was granted to the Alpha Lambda Chapter of National University. There are, at present, 42 active Chapters in recognized law schools in the United States and Canada and also 6 Alumnae Chapters. Among the distinguished members of Phi Delta Delta are such women as Mabel Walker Willebrandt, first woman to be Assistant Attorney General of the United States; Judge Edith M. Atkinson, of Florida; Judge Mary O’Toole, of Washington, D. C. ; Annabel Matthews, first woman member of U. S. Board of Tax Appeals; Mrs. Edward Franklin White, of Indiana; Hope K. Thompson, of Washington, D. C. ; Mrs. Jean Nelson Penfield, of New York City; as well as many others. 3f 243 J© 1931 DOCKET Alpha Lambda Chapter, Phi Delta Delta Leda C. Amidon Laurie Barnes A. Barbara Bartels Emma Bauer Mary M. Bigos Mildred Burke Florence Curoe, Secretary Mary F. Fegan Zoda Greenlee Dorothy Korte Ida McMillan Lydia E. Martin Mary B. Nelson Bess Phelan, Chaplain Kathryne Pickett, Treasurer Genevieve Pratt Elizabeth K. Prender Charlene Roland, Chancellor Emma Rutter Mabel Benson Sakis, Reporter Jean Stephenson, President Rose Tabb Maryanne Thomas Lotus Van Huss Ann Webster q 2 4 4 1931 DOCKET UR profession is good if practiced in the spirit of it; it is damnable fraud and iniquity when its true spirit is supplanted by a spirit of mischief-making and money-get- ting. The love of fame is extinguished ; every arden t wish for knowledge is repressed; conscience put in jeopardy, and the noblest feelings of the heart indurated by the mean, money-grubbing, abominable practices which cover with disgrace some of the modern practitioners of the law. — Daniel Webster. ©{ 2 4 5 }® " yjte 1931 DOCKET Acknowledgment T 111 0 express a word of appreciation to each individual who assisted in the compilation and publication of the Docket would be a consider- able undertaking, and space forbids a complete acknowledgment. Notation must be made, however, of the splendid support given the committee by our late Dean Carusi, his successor Dean Johnson, Assistant Dean Cassin, by our able faculty, by the undergraduate classes and especially their officers, by the various school organiza- tions, and the unanimous and whole-hearted support of the President, C. Chester Guy, officers and members of the Class of 1931. A few words of appreciation of the untiring efforts of the editorial staff, who worked many a Sunday and spent many spare hours from their studies compiling the data for the Docket. Mr. W. E. Deering deserves special credit for the efficient manner in which he handled the duties of Business Manager, always tackling, with a smile, the seemingly insurmountable tasks assigned to him in this capacity. Mr. Roy Butrum handled the collections most amiably; by having on hand plenty of funds we were able to take advantage of substantial dis- counts, thanks to Mr. Butrum. Mr. Louis Engel is to be congratu- lated for the efficient manner in which he handled the photographic work; to him we are indebted for the wonderful presentation of the Senior Class. Mr. C. Nelson Bean is a most efficient advertising manager, to which I am sure you will agree by a casual glance at our advertising section. Mr. Reece Harrison of the graduating class of the School of Economics and Government prepared all the data relating to that branch of the School ; without his assistance, which was most gra- ciously given, it would have been impossible to include this class in the Docket. It is also desired to thank Mr. Reuben Goldberg and Mr. Ugo J. A. Carusi for their assistance in the editorial work of the Docket, and in conclusion I desire to express my appreciation to the members of the Senior Class for the confidence reposed in me to super- vise the preparation of the Docket. The committee has put forth their best efforts to produce the best Docket ever published at the National University. Sincerely yours, William E. McCain, Editor-in-C hi e f. ©{ 2 4 6 J© 1931 DOCKET ©f 2 4 7 : J® llAe 1931 DOCKET WILLIAM E. McCAIN Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM E. DEERING Business Manager ROY BUTRUM LOUIS ENGEL Asst. Business Manager Manager of Photography C. NELSON BEAN Advertising Manager UGO “A” CARUSI REECE HARRISON Associate Editor Associate Editor REUBEN GOLDBERG Associate Editor 2 4 8 1931 DOCKET CNGEf Photo. Mgg ROY BUT RUM ’ylrsL.-foas Mgr? UGO CAR! (UsoOjoJjlEl EA N Ovq ara ©{ 2 4 9 |c) “Alas, by what rude fate Our lives, like ships At sea, an instant meet, Then part forever on their Courses fleet!” iiiifl ffiggg tg wwBiit ® iiiiM§HiMiiJi iliSBiiwsaBiiiSSi ssinsBiiififiir i mmmmmmmwmsmmw - iflissffiiiiiiiii mmmmmmmrnm, IfSISBSfflSM rnswrnmmmm ISSSSS®Wffi« " " jisRnvmas issmmsm twmwMw- fuinvr illllSS »®s i ®si®® 3s if sswSIsii attMnuiiKHaH«n»«H m mm m m mam m mm i s m aSSMSmmsSi ffi»ffil»TOiasa?wa lSJ stfTO’WggraffiffllWI ■tm itttt ttttf tlfffi tffff ffffi tfffl 23 Si 53 ffi ; i rt i ,11111 M 111 j TTIMT LULL CxTT I LI ' ■ 8 gSffB 88 m®®fflB 8 a 8 fj wtiiwa warns »wgt ggj ffffi TR ft ff ffifr fffl 33 t 8 ? 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Repeated failures after making mere “quiz” courses show that the bar examination is NOT a memory test. The applicant must analyze about one hundred problems, covering the field of law, apply the pertinent principles, reason to logical conclusions, and express concise answers with brief supporting arguments. After all the money, time and energy devoted to a general study of law, is it wise to invite failure? Not being admitted to the bar may obstruct advancement now. Later it may cause irreparable loss. Eligibility is jeopardized by delay. Requirements become more rigid. How can a student properly prepare without interference with regular law school work? National students know the answer. 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