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GODFREY L. MUNTER, attorney at law. WASHINGTON- - D - " COY PRIG FIT, 1934 Eugene C. Carusi President Class of ’3 4 Barnie P. Jones Editor DOC RfrT I 3 1 0 6 6 - 1 9 3 4 William the Norman and his helmeted knights routed the Saxons with their crude weapons and bull- hide shields at Hastings in 1066. The Conqueror tinned from battle to the greater task of firmly establishing peace and law y and with his war lords gathered about , cases were heard and swift justice done. From that first court — the Curia Regis — English- American law has grown through the ages , and today the Supreme Court of the United States perpetuates the lofty ideals and traditions of a thousand years. Anglo-American Courts Edition Edited and Published by the CLASS OF 1934 of National University Law School WASHINGTON, D. C. D E D I C A T I O N Charles Sherrod Hatfield Judge of the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals JURIST, TEACHER, GUIDE AND FRIEND The Class of 1954 Respectfully Dedicates this issue of THE DOCKET li f! H FOREWORD B EHIND the prestige and power of the SjLpreme Court of the United States lies a story of the gradual growth of a legal system now nearly a thousand years old — a story iv e have attempted to depict in the following pages . The illustrations — mark- ing the various divisions of the book — and the material used in conjunction therewith , have been assembled to portray outstanding incidents in the development of the courts from the time of William the Conqueror . The panel below consists of three sections and contains in the first a replica of a page from the original Domesday Book ; in the second part there is portrayed a scene from the trial of Charles the First in Westminster Hall; the remaining portion showing a page from Chief Justice Little- ton’s famous book on Tenures, published in A. D. 1481, and incidently the first book on English law ever printed. Fee fimple. Cnjnt tn Qap!« 10 fcc Srtyct) 3 0: ’Ccncmcnto to Ijoloto Urn ant) to Uo Ultra tc; tUr ant ir 10 caflcD m iMinr, revdum (inipltx foi Feodum tO calico mljrritancf, anD s, , v Ux ‘to ao mart) to fap ao latotu ' .t 01 por. a:.D Jo I coduw 1 n. { lo, jo ao mart) to (nv. oo lafefoll ej poW tnijciimqcs : oi if a nun i»ii| patctiafr lant« 0; £ rntn.mtij in fee ample, ic t-cfcolxlb btcuo t)ibt tUtc tooita m fcia purctafc, €0 bsti to tjolo unto J;im nb to Uot ' Cirro iintUff toctio ; ljujbuico. ' i ttiafcc tu crttcol tnUtc tance nn I . toj it anp iron puritnfr La 0 in tlcft fc;r. fo b, " the face JUNIOR: THE SCHOOL OF ECOI AND GOVERNMENT The panel below consists of a page from the Commentaries on the Laws of England, Book the First, by William Blackstone, Esq. a scene of the interior of a modern United States Court with a trial in progress; and a section from the original of the Constitution of the United States, now carefully preserved in the Library of Congress. Truly, without such guides as Black- stone’s Cdfinmentaries and our Constitution modern court trials in the United States would portray an entirely different at- mosphere. BOOK VI FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES ADVERTISEMENTS BOOK VII ? .. • . -■ ' c ■ ' , :-v . A. V -u ZXtivcU National University Historical Sketch Al UNIVERSITY for the " assimilation of the principles, opinions ' and manners of our countrymen by the common education of a portion of our youth from every quarter” — these words embodied in George Washington’s eighth annual message to Congress directing the attention of that body to the advisibility of establishing at the seat of the Federal Government a National University, were the inspiration of Professor W. B. Wedgewood, Arthur Mac Arthur, Eugene Carusi, Richard H. Alvey and their eight associates. The school was first incorporated in 1869 under the General Incorporation Law of the District of Columbia, but some time after- wards the Congress of the United States by a special act (29 Statutes at Large, 194) granted a broad charter to the original incorporators, with full power " to grant and confer diplomas and the usual college and university degrees.” Although at no time officially connected with the Federal Govern- ment, at the time of its first organization the National University was formed as a nucleus around which it was hoped a governmental institu- tion might spring up. During the first part of its existence it had the honor of having, as ExOfficio Chancellors, five of the presidents of the United States — Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Arthur and Cleveland. The diplomas awarded during their terms of office bear their signatures and, in most instances, were personally conferred upon the recipients at the public evercises held in the National Theatre. Some of the other Chancellors of the University were Associate Justice Samuel F. Miller, of the Supreme Court of the United States and Bishop John Fletcher Hurst, Donor of the Gold Medal for the Highest Class Average. The present Chancellor is Hayden Johnson, LL.D. Chancellor’s Message f OR THREE YEARS we have been associated in a com- 1 mon endeavor. During those years in the pursuit of this object there has been woven about us the bonds of mutual understanding, of friendship and of good fellow- ship. You are now about to bid adieu to your Alma Mater, and each of you to embark upon a career in which the principles you have mastered here are to be practically applied. Upon behalf of the University and its Faculty I am bidding you farewell. May we always remember the pleasant and fruitful years we have spent together; may our feelings and friendships for each other grow stronger as the years multiply; and may you go forth from the School with the knowledge that through the vicissitudes of life the wistful eye of your Alma Mater is upon you, ready to encourage and applaud. And, with the varying share of the world, may you too bear in mind that whether ma- terial success be quickly gathered or long deferred, whether recognition comes early or late, there must always be with us that foundation of real and lasting success that comes only with the knowledge of adherence to principle and integrity to our ideals. Hayden Johnson. JOHN L. CASSIN Assistant Dean of the Law School Secretary of the Board of T rnstees CHARLES PERGLER Dean of the School of Economics and Government Director of Graduate Studies To You National U. A toast to our Alma Mater, A toast to old National U. A toast to those grand old colors, To the red, to the white, to the blue. Long stand as a hall of learning, May your fame spread far and wide, At your door we will lay great honors, In our hearts you will always abide. Through your halls have passed great scholars And their spirits still climb the stairs, Each day as we assemble, In the school that once was theirs. In your halls we have played and labored, And the hours seemed short though long; It seemed we had no more than entered, When ’twas time for us to be gone. We have learned to love you dearly, We cherish your traditions o’ the past, They will be as a light to guide us, We will preserve them until the last. So let’s take up our cu ps, Tod rink a toast to you, A toast to that grand old law school, A toast to our old National U. — Lanceferd B. Pruitt, Jr., ’32 BOOK ONE FACULTY BOOK ONE F A C U CURIA REGIS The Curia Regis, or council, was the great judicial centre of the kingdom, from which all justice emanated; not that the council had, as a body, in the early stage of its existence, the attributes of a court; but simply because the supreme authority, including the supreme judicial power, teas vested therein. The term curia regis, as applied to the council, was used in the sense of the royal residence or household, frequented by the nobles and magnates of the realm, inhere the king sometimes sat in person with the chief justiciary and chancellor, attending — among other things — to complaints of grievances, which were originally solely as to revenue. L T Y Thomas H. Patterson, LL.M. Patron of the Class 1934 Professor of the Laic of Contracts, and Associate Professor of the Law of Real Property Member of Law Faculty of NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Hayden Johnson, LL.D. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Dean of the Law Faculty and Professor of Equity Jurisprudence Charles H. Robb, LL.D. Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals, D. C. Emeritus Professor of Law Conrad Syme, LL.D. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar and sometime Corporation Counsel for the District of Columbia Professor of the Law of Partnership Jennings Bailey, LL.D. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, D. C. Professor of the Law of Equitable Trusts, and Conflict of Laws Charles S. Hatfield, LL.D. Associate Justice of the U. S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals Professor of Federal Procedure and the Law of Agency Charles Pergler, D.C.L., LL.D. Director of Graduate Studies Professor of Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence D. Lawrence Groner, LL.D. Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals, D. C. Professor of the Law of Admiralty Thomas H. Patterson, LL.B. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Contracts, and Associate Professor of the Law of Real Property Richard Ford, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Judge of the Moot Court of Appeals Fenton W. Booth, LL.D Chief Justice of the U. S. Court of Claims Professor Elements of Jurisprudence Julius I. Peyser, D.C.L. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Professor of Equity Practice, and Judge of the Equity Branch of the Moot Court Charles S. Lobingier, D.C.L. , J.U.D. Sometime U. S. Judge Philippine Islands and China Professor of Roman, Civil and Comparative Law Oscar R. Luhring, LL.D. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court , D. C. Professor of Equity Pleading and the Law of Suretyship Thomas P. Gore, LL.D. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar and U. S. Senator , Oklahoma Lecturer on English Legal History Ernest W. Gibson, LL.D. U. S. Senator , Vermont Lecturer on Trial Procedure Peyton Gordon, LL.D. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court , D. C. Professor of the Law of Bankruptcy James M. Proctor, LL.D. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court , D. C. Professor of the Law of Crimes F. Dickinson Letts, LL.D. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court , D. C. Professor of the Law of Mortgages William W. Millan, LL.M. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Judge of the Moot Court of Appeals and Lecturer on Appellate Practice Roger O’Donnell, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Torts, and Common Law Pleading Milton Strasburger, D.C.L. Sometime Judge of the Municipal Court , D. C. Professor of Equity Jurisprudence (Cases), and Lecturer on the District of Columbia Code Law John Paul Earnest, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Lecturer on Anglo-American Law William A. Coombe, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Marriage and Divorce Glenn Willett, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Contracts (Cases) and Legal Liability and Judge of the Law Branch of the Moot Court Thomas E. Robertson, LL.D. Sometime U. S. Commissioner of Patents Professor Patent Law Richard Flournoy, LL.M. Assistant Solicitor , U. S. Department of State Professor of International Law Walter, M. Bastian, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Evidence, and of Legal Ethics J. Robertson Anderson, LL.M. Attorney , U . S. Depart men t of Justice Lecturer on Government Contracts and Claims and Jurisdiction and Practice of the Court of Claims Vernon E. West, LL.M. Assistant Corporation Counsel for the District of Columbia Professor of the Law of Insurance George Percy Barse, LL.M. Counsel , U. S. Treasury Department Professor of the Law of Private Corporations and the Law of Damages, and Associate Professor of the Law of Real Property O. L. Mohundro, D.C.L. Examiner, Interstate Commerce Commission Professor of Interstate Commerce Law and Jurisdiction and Practice of the Commission, and the Law of Bailments and Carriers P. H. Marshall, LL.M. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar and sometime Assistant Corporation Counsel for the District of Columbia Professor of the Law of Municipal Corporations and of the Law of Evidence (Cases) Theodore Peyser, LL.M. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Lecturer on Case Study and Analysis George E. Edelin, LL.M. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Negotiable Instruments, and Associate Professor of the Law of Real Property (Cases) , and Associate Judge of the Equity Branch of the Moot Court H. Winship Wheatley, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Professor of Criminal Law, and Judge of the Probate Branch of the Moot Court Herbert L. Davis, LL.M. Sometime Commissioner of Insurance , D. C., and Auditor of the Supreme Court , D. C. Lecturer on Administration of Trust Estates Thomas C. Havell, LL.M. Assistant Commissioner , U. S. Land Office Professor Land, Mining and Irrigation Law Godfrey L. Munter, LL.M. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Sales, and Lecturer on Office and Court Practice and Lecturer on Extraordinary Legal Remedies Bertrand Emerson, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar and sometime Assistant U. S. Attorney for the District of Coin mbia Lecturer on Criminal Procedure Eugene R. Woodson, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Wills and Administration Henry L. Walker, LL.B. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Professor of the Law of Domestic Relations George B. Springston, LL.B. Of the W ashington, D. C., Bar Lecturer on Constitutional History D. Percey Hickling, LL.D. Sometime Alienist for the District of Columbia Professor of Medical Jurisprudence Charles P. Sherman, D.C.L., LL.D. Sometime Professor of Laic at Yale University Law School and Jurist and Publicist Professor of Canon Law and Modern Church Law and Lecturer on Research in Greek or Hellenic Law H. B. McCawley, LL.M. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Lecturer on the Law of Federal Taxation, Income and Estate Taxes Clinton Robb, LL.B. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Lecturer on the Jurisdiction and Practice of the Federal Trade Commission Everett F. Haycraft, LL.B. C Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Lecturer on Anti-Trust Laws Howard Leroy, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Professor of Radio and Air Law Calvin I. Kepart, D.C.L. Principal Examiner , Interstate Commerce Commission Associate Professor of Conflict of Laws Thomas E. Rhodes, LL.M. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Lecturer on Public Speaking, and in Charge of Legal Debating George F. Wells, LL.B., LL.D., Ph.B. Of the Washington , D. C., Bar Ohio Bar and North Dakota Bar. Lecturer on Public Utilities E. E. Naylor, D.C.L. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Professor of Municipal Government Edwin S. Puller, LL.D. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Professor of Comparative Government George H. Zeutzius, LL.B. Of the Washington, D. C., Bar Associate Professor of the Law of Corporations Russell P. Belew, LL.B. Assistant Clerk, of the Supreme Cotirt, D. C. Clerk of all Moot Courts BOOK TWO SENIORS BOOK TWO THE CHANCELLOR’S COURT, LINCOLN’S INN One of the courts — the Chancellor’s Court — teas for a time held in the very hall of one of the Inns, Lincoln’s Inn. Lectures were given and moot cases argued for the apprentices by lawyers of experience; and that experience teas founded on practice in the courts. For seven years, usually, this education must continue. A con- temporary description of the educational program of the early 1600’s exhibits the strong fraternal and professional bond that united apprentices and seniors in a common routine of almost monastic daily intercourse. R S President s Message to Graduating Class I O ATTEMPT, in the space alloted, to give due men- tion of those whose efforts have made this publication possible would be unfair to them. I will not attempt a futile task. Their names and photographs appear else- where in the Docket with summaries, all too brief, of their loyalty and self-sacrificing service. These individuals are possessed of those fine qualities of character that will inevitably earn them recognition far beyond my power to describe. Let their reward be in this realization. As they have labored for three years in law school and achieved the respect and admiration of us all; so will they labor and achieve in future years. Our three years together have swiftly passed, but dur- ing this time we have witnessed many changes. What the future will bring no man can say. The most that we, as citizens and attorneys, can do is resolve that we will go forward to meet the struggles of the future with courage and integrity; that we will master the " form” and make it our slave, but worship only the " substance”; that we will ever hold uppermost in our minds " the very right of the thing ” Eugene Carusi. Class of 1934 OFFICERS Eugene C. Carusi President Louise Roe Vice-President Eunice Johnson T r easur er Georgia L. Alexander Secretary Henry L. Doyle Sergeant -at -Arms Roselia B. Shaw Historian Barnie P Jones Editor LOU I $ E ROE VICE-PRESIDENT CLM OFFICER CLAM OF 1034 ' HENRY L DOYLE ' SERJEANT-AT-ARMS EUNICEJ0HN5ON TREASURER GEORGIA L. ALEXANDER ROSALIE H IST0RI6N Baccalaureate T " HE written law has been preceded by and is based upon ■ the great unwritten law, which is indelibly fixed in the hearts and conscience of all humanity. The established principle of the written law is necessary that there may be stability and order. A person unin- formed in the learned professions will follow the principles of the great fundamental body of our law if guided by the true dictates of his own conscience, and his knowledge of what is right. In our profession we should be fearless contenders for the doctrine that justice shall prevail among the people. A.s an officer of the Court, it is the lawyer’s duty to observe the ethics of the profession and to see that his client gets efficient counsel and that the rights of the opposing party are preserved. The lawyer should think of law not only as it is today, but regard it in the light of precedents of the past and the needs of the future. To this, our duty and responsibility as prospective members of this ancient profession, we dedicate ourselves. Lewis B. Moulton, Valedictorian , Class y 34. Message T " HE publication of a Year Book requires the concerted effort of a group working harmoniously and assidu- ously toward a definite goal and cannot be the result of the efforts of a single individual. At this time the Editor desires to express to the Staff of the Docket Committees, the various organizations and the members of the class, who so loyally co-operated with him in this great undertaking, his sincere appreciation. To Dean Johnson and the other members of the Faculty of National University the Staff is indebted for their help- ful suggestions and co-operation in the organizing and editing of this book. If the Docket of 1934 brings happy memories of the profitable and pleasant hours spent at National University the Editor and his assistants will feel amply repaid for their efforts and will know that their endeavors have not been in vain. Barnie P. Jones. Editor . Docket Staff Editor Barnie P. Jones Associate Editors Lewis B. Moulton Louis C. Smith Ralph R. Reed Financial Manager Charles G. Caffey Advertising Manager Roland N. Benninghoven Business Manager Elmer L. Haberkorn ROLAND BENNINGHOVEN ADVERTISING MANAGER LEWIS B. MOULTON ASSOCIATE EDITOR LOUIS CHARLES SMITH ASSOCIATE EDITOR THE EXECUTIVE ELMER L.HABERKORN BUSINESS MANAGER CHARLES 6. CAFFREV FiNANCIAL MANAGER Associate Docket Staff Margaret H. Earley Rachel Racoosin Georgia L. Alexander Anna L. Moulton Louise Roe Estelle Louise Chandler Sally Wier Roselia B. Shaw Eunice Johnson John Devereux Kenneth J. Zoeller Harold P. Bell Henry L. Doyle Sophie Bookoff Reid Gattis Robert Greenwood Severino Trujillo Thaddeus L. Sharkey Kenfield Bailey REID GATT15 EARLEY RACHEL RACOOSIN ASSOCIATE STAFF •OF-T+1E DOCKET 5ALLY U IER JOHN R.DEVEREUX.JR. T HIS PAGE IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1934 WHO HAVE NOT ONLY ATTAINED HIGH STANDING AS STUDENTS OF THE LAW BUT HAVE BEEN UNTIRING IN THE ACTIV- ITIES OF THE STUDENT BODY OF NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. •HAIL- OF- FAME- ROSELIA . SHAV ANNA L. MOULTON Standing Committees Class of 1934 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Lewis B. Moulton Rachel Racoosin John Devereux Louis Chas. Smith Roland Benninghoven Charles Caffrey FINANCE COMMITTEE Elmer Haberkorn Eunice M. Johnson Margaret Earley Locke Humbert Harold P. Bell SOCIAL COMMITTEE Roselia B. Shaw Louise Roe Anna L. Moulton Catherine R. Daley Georgia L. Alexander Ralph R. Reed Louis C. Berman PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Robert Greenwood Sophie Bookoff Frank Goebel John Kennedy T. E. Coons MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Kenneth Zoeller Reid Gaddis Everett N. Dafil Joe T. Robinson Kenfield Bailey Frank Laskin English Criminal Procedure Prior to Reform In 18 54, Mr. Samuel Warren, of the Inner Temple, an eminent English barrister and author of the novel, “Ten Thousand a Year,” published two volumes of critical and juridical essays. In his essay on John William Smith, the compiler of Smith’s Leading Cases in the Common Law, he gives the verses below which were written by Mr. Smith. The rules of evidence in the trial of criminal cases had but a few years before undergone a change. Before they were altered they bore very harshly upon a defendant on trial for a felony. Such defendant was not entitled to be represented by counsel, nor was he entitled to testify in his own behalf, nor was he entitled to process to compel the attendance of witnesses in his behalf. The indictment was written in Latin and read to the defendant, who was not entitled to a copy of it. If his witnesses voluntarily appeared they might testify but could not give testimony under oath. If the defendant found a flaw in the indictment he was entitled to have counsel argue the point for him. The appended verses written in the meter of Macauley’s “Lays of Ancient Rome” were composed by Mr. Smith in ridicule of the system which had just been discarded. For sundrey wise precautions, The sages of the law Discreetly framed, whereby they aimed To keep the rogues in awe. For lest some sturdy criminal False witnesses should bring — His witnesses were not allowed To swear to any thing. And lest his oily advocate The court should overreach His advocate was not allowed The privilege of speech. The court assigned him counsellors, To argue on the doubt, Provided he himself had first Contrived to point it out. Yet lest their mildness should perchance Be craftily abused, To shew him the indictment they Most sturdily refused. But still that he might understand The nature of the charge, The same ivas in the Latin tongue Read out to him at large. Yet such was the humanity And wisdom of the law! That if in his indictment there Appeared to be a flaw, ’Twas thus the law kept rogues at awe, Gave honest men protection, And justly famed, by all was named, Of ff wisdom the perfection!” But now the case is different, The rogues are getting bold — It was not so, some time ago, In those good days of old! T E 1934 H GEORGIA L. ALEXANDER MISSOURI Organization: Kappa Beta Pi, Cy Pres Club. Other Universities Attended: Missouri State Teachers College; George Washi ng- ton University. Degree: A.B. Activities: The Docket of 1934; Secre- tary, Senior Class; Social Committee, Sen- ior Class; Social Committee, Junior Class; Treasurer, Cy Pres Club. Candidate for: LL.B. LEDA CARTER AMIDON NEW YORK Organization: Phi Delta Delta. Activities: Pan-Hellenic Council. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Career in Government Service. COGGS v. BERNARD 1703 Report Ed. 2 Lord Raymond 909 If a man undertakes to carry goods safely and securely , he is responsible for any damage they may sustain in the carriage through his neglect, though he was not a Common Carrier , and teas to have nothing for the carriage. D O C K E T RICHARD THEODORE ANDREE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Sigma Mu Sigma,; Masons. Other Universities Attended: George Tashington University; American Uni- versity. Hobbies: Cards; Dancing. Candidate for: LL.B. JOHN F. ANDERSON CALIFORNIA Organizations: American Institute of Accountants, C.P.A. State of Tashington. Candidate for: LL.B. PETER v. COMPTON 1694 Reported Skinner 353 An agreement that is not to be performed nit bin the space of one year from the making thereof means , in the Statue of Frauds , an agreement which appears from its terms to be incapable of performance within the year. HE 1934 T HARRIET McKINLEY BADEN KENTUCKY Hobbies: Golf; Horses. Candidate for: LL.B. KENFIELD BAILEY NEW YORK Activities: Membership Committee, Senior Class. 1 Hobby: Human Nature. Candidate for: LL.B. Ai ter National: Practice. TT-IORNBOROW v. WHITACRE 1705 2 Ld. Raym 1164 Consideration need not be adequate — " not enough rye grains in all England DOCKET SELDEN STEWART BAKER VIRGINIA Organization: Theta Chi. Other Universities Attended: Y. P. I.; Hampden-Sydney College; George Wash- ington University. Hobby: Stamps. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Virginia. CHARLES R. BELL WEST VIRGINIA Organization: National University Mason- ic Club. Other University Attended: University of West Virginia. Candidate for: LL.B. RYDER v. WOMBWELL 1868 L. R. 4 Ex. 32 Necessaries ” for infants are those things which are essential to the reasonable enjoyment of life, according to their station. — " Silver goblets of the value of £ 15 15 s” THE 1934 HAROLD P. BELL VIRGINIA Organizations: Phi Beta Gamma; F. A. A. M.; R. A. M. Activities: Auditing Committee, Junior Class. Hobby: Hunting. Candidate for: LL.B. ROLAND N. BENNINGHOVEN MASSACHUSETTS Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; F.A.A.M.; R.A.M, Activities: The Docket of 1934 ; Ser- geant-At-Arms, Junior Class; Executive Committee, Senior Class. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. COLLINS v. BLANTERN 1767 2 Wils 341 Illegality vitiates even contracts under seal. CHESTER L. BENSON WISCONSIN Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Activities: Social Committee, Junior Class. Hobbies: Golf; Swimming. Candidate for: LL.B. LOUIS CHARLES BERMAN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Pi Alpha Eplison; Nation- al University Masonic Club. Activities: Social Committee, Senior Class; Entertainment Committee, Freshman Class. Hobby: Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. ATHERTON v. ATHERTON 187 U. S. 155 Jurisdiction in Divorce is governed by the matrimonial Domicile ISliBi safeMli l MPSPPwPM . , ,; f Silt ‘ - ' •: iliiliillillll £■ ' i J. ;w. ■ ' •■-:■ - THE 19 3 4 THEODORE LEROY BETOR NEW YORK Other University Attended: Dartmouth College. Hobby: Athletics. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. ALEXANDER BROWNE BLAIR NEW JERSEY Organization: Delta Upsilon. Other Universities Attended: Dart- mouth College. Hobbies: Tennis; Boxing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Patent Law Practice. EGERTON v. BROWNLOW 1853 4 H. L. Cas. 1 Contracts violating public policy are void. DOCKET SOPHIE BOOKOFF MARYLAND Organization : Cy Pres Club. Activities: Associate Editor, " The Crier ” 193 1-32, 1932-33; Publicity Committee, Senior Class; Membership Committee, Junior Class; Entertainment Committee, Freshman Class. Hobby: Collecting Legal Articles. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. FRANKLIN BOUSHEE VIRGINIA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; A.F. A.M; Capt. U.S.A. Ret. Hobbies: Chess, Horse Racing. Candidate for: LL.B. CUMBER v. WANE 1834 1 Bing. N. C. 253 Payment of lesser sum cannot be pleaded in satisfaction of greater . T H E 1934 JOHN DOUGLAS BRADSHAW VIRGINIA Hobbies: Hunting; Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice; Back for LL.M. HARRY EDWARD BRADY TENNESSEE Other University Attended: Catholic University of America. Candidate for: LL.B. PATTERSON v. GANDASEQUI 1812 Reported 15 East 62 Ay to when seller of goods may sue the undisclosed principal, and when he must stand or fall by the agent. or Principal and agent — undisclosed principal. DOC K E T ROBT. DRISKILL BRANSFORD MISSOURI Other University Attended: Washing- ton University. Honors: John Byrne Co. Prize — Best Bills and Notes Exam.; Honorable Men- tion — Highest Average in Freshman Class. Hobby: Swimming. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Missouri. ROBERT REAGAN BROOKS TEXAS Other University Attended: East Texas State Teachers College. Candidate for: LL.B. BRAMHALL v. BROSNAN 1925 2 Federal (2) 270 5 5 Appeals DC 3 09 When equity takes cognizance of the case, it will give THE 1934 IRVING BRYAN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Other Universities Attended: George- town University; Benjamin Franklin. Degree: B.C.S. Hobby: Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. WILLIAM C. BUELL. WASHINGTON Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; D. C. Air Legion; Masons. Other University Attended: Washing- ton State College. Degree: B.S. Activities: Auditing Committee, Junior Class. Hobbies: Aviation; Hunting. Candidate for: LL.B. ET AL v. BAXENDALE ET AL 1854 9 Exchange 341 — 3 56 Breach of contract — measure of damages. K E T DOC LEITA VIRGINIA BURKE NORTH CAROLINA Organizations: Kappa Beta Pi; Cy Pres Club. Other University Attended: St. Gen- evieve-of-the-Pines College. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. THOMAS J. BURKE PENNSYLVANIA Other University Attended: George- town University. Candidate for: LL.B. SCOTT v. SHEPHERD 1773 Reported 2 W. Blackstone 892 (a) Squib throwing Trespass and case — a man will generally be taken to contemplate the consequence of his tort. THE 19 3 4 ROBERT LEE BUTTREY ILLINOIS Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; National University Masonic Club. Other University: Iowa State College. Activities: Social Committee, Junior Class Candidate for: LL.B. CHARLES G. CAFFREY NEBRASKA Other Universities Attended: Notre Dame University; Creighton University; George Washington University. Activities: The Docket of 1934; Execu- tive Committee, Senior Class; Social Committee, Junior Class; Entertainment Committee, Freshman Class. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. THE SIX CARPENTERS’ CASE 1610 Reported 8 Coke 146 A 7 a man abuse an authority given him by the law , he becomes a trespasser ab initio . D O C K E T CLOTILDE B. CAREY CALIFORNIA Organizations: Cy Pres Club; National Women’s Party. Candidate for: LL.B.; LL.M. BESSIE CLIFTON CARMAN NORTH CAROLINA Other Universities Attended: Meredith College; George Washington University. Degree: B.A. Hobbies: Genealogy; Painting. Candidate for: LL.B. WOOD v. LEADBITTER 1845 13 M. W. 838 Mere license is revocable at pleasure. THE 1934 EUGENE CASSIN CARUSI MARYLAND Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Other University Attended: United States Naval Academy. Activities: President, Senior Class; " The Docket of 1934”; Membership Com- mittee, Junior Class; Executive Commit- tee, Freshman Class. Candidate for: LL.B. JOSEPH W. CAWLEY MASSACHUSETTS Other University Attended: St. Mary’s Hobbies: Swimming; Bicycling. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. ROE v. TRANMARR 1757 Reported Willes 682 S. C. 2 Wils 75 Operation of deeds — Const ruction of written instruments. D O C K E T JAMES A. CHACON NEW MEXICO Other University Attended: New Mex- ico University. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in New Mexico. ESTELLE LOUISE CHANDLER MONTANA Organization: Phi Delta Delta. Activities: " The Docket of 1934”. Hobbies: Yachting; Painting. Candidate for: LL.B.; LL.M.; M.P.L. After National: Politics in Montana. IRONS v. SMALLPIECE 1819 2 B Ald. 5 5 1 Delivery or deed necessary to gift. T HE 19 3 4 JOHN J. CLANCY NEW YORK Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Knights of Columbus. Activities: Auditing Committee, Senior Class. Hobby: Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. STEWART CLUSTER ILLINOIS Organization: Second Lieutenant, Reserve. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobbies: Basketball; Football. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice; Theatre Man- agement. NEPEAN v. DOE 1837 Reported 2 M W 894 Adverse possession — Presumption of death. DOCKET HOBART C. CLOUGH DELAWARE Organization: Delta Alpha Epsilon. Other University Attended: High Point College. Hobbies: Tennis; Swimming; Reading. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Interstate Commerce. WALTER COHEN NEW YORK Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. MANBY AND OTHER v. SCOTT 1660 Reported 1 Levine 4 Whether the wife ' s contract shall bind the husband or not. THE 1934 JAMES H. COLEMAN VIRGINIA Hobby: Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. ARTHUR DAVID CONDON NEW YORK Other Universities Attended: College of City of New York; United States Naval Academy. Degrees: B.A.; B.S. Candidate for: LL.B. LUMLEY v. GYE 1853 2 E B. 216 The measure of damages in tort — Opera singer induced to break her contract. DOCKET GLENN B. CONRAD IOWA Hobbies: Golf, Radio. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. TERRILL COONS VIRGINIA Other University Attended: Virgin ia Polytechnic Institute. Activities: Publicity Committee, Senior Class; Social Committee, Junior Class. Hobbies: Horseback Riding; Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. LANGRIDGE v. LEVY 1838 4 .M W 337 Privity sometimes essential to maintain action f THE 1934 JOHN J. COUGHLIN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Candidate for: LL.B. JACK BENSON COUNTRYMAN INDIANA Organization: Alpha Tau Omega. Other University Attended: Indiana University. Degree: A.B. Hobby: Politics. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Indiana. HIGH AM v. RIDGWAY 1808 10 East 109 Declarations against interest of deceased persons admissible evidence. DOCKET JAMES A. CROOKS NEW YORK Other University Attended: George Washington University. Candidate for: LL.B. LL.M, After National: Practice. LEO. W. CUNNINGHAM MINNESOTA Other Universities Attended: St. Mary’s College; Georgetown Foreign Service School. Hobbies: Swimming; Football. Candidate for: LL.B. SEMAYNE’S CASE 1604 Reported 5 Coke 91 Sheriff When entitled to break doors — Application of the maniim " Every man’s house is his castle ” THE 1934 PETER VINCENT DABBIERI PENNSYLVANIA Other University Attended: American University. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B.; LL.M.; M.P.L. After National: Advance work in Tax Law. EVERETT N. DAHL SOUTH DAKOTA Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Activities: Membership Committee, Senior Class; Executive Committee, Junior Class. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. DAVIES v. MANN 1842 10 M. W. 54 6 ■proximate cause . — " Donkey with fettered forefeet.” DOCKET SONDRE N. DAHL SOUTH DAKOTA Other University Attended: Luther Col- lege. Degree: B.A. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: J.D. CATHERINE R. DALEY CONNECTICUT Organization: Kappa Beta Pi. Activities: Secretary, Freshman Class; So- cial Committee, Senior Class; Advisory Committee, Freshman Class. Candidate for: LL.B. LEE v. GRIFFIN 1861 1 B. S. 272 Goods to be viade or delivered at future time brought within the Statute of Frauds ” price of artificial teeth being £ 21.” THE 1934 KELSO DALY DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Activities: Advisory Committee, Freshman Class. Candidate for: LL.B. FRANK LAWSON DAVIS GEORGIA Other Universities Attended: University of Georgia; George Washington Uni- versity. Hobby: Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. WAYCHOFF v. WAYCHOFF 86 A. L. R. 139 An agreement between an attorney and a layman in consideration of procuring litigation to split fees is void as against public policy. E T DOCK HARRY A. DAWSON, JR. MARYLAND Organizations: Beta Theta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Kappa Psi. Other University Attended: Washing- ton Lee University. Degree: B.S. Hobbies: Fishing; Golf. Candidate tor: LL.B. After National: Practice. JOHN RYAN DEVEREUX, JR. MARYLAND Organization: Sigma Chi. Other University Attended: University of Virginia. Activities: Sergeant-At-Arms, Freshmen Class; The Docket of 1934; Execu- tive Committee, Senior Class. Hobby: Horses. Candidate for: LL.B. TAYLOR ATKYNS v. HARDE 1757 Reported I Burr 60 Adverse possession — Exercise of powers. THE 1934 S. ZELDA DOVE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Cy Pres Club. Hobbies: Riding; Swimming; Dancing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: American University. HENRY L. DOYLE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Sigma Delta Kappa. Activities: Sergeant-At-Arms, Senior Class; Chaplain, Sigma Delta Kappa; Pan-Hel- lenic Council. Hobby: Boat Racing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Administrative Law. SPENCER’S CASE 1583 Reported 5 Coke 16 Covenants — What covenants run with the land D O C K b T ROBERT H. DRISKILL TENNESSEE Other Universities Attended: Morris School of Pharmacy. Hobbies: Swimming; Hunting. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. HORACE R. DUFFEY DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Delta Sigma Phi. Other University Attended: Duke Uni- versity. Degree: A.B. Hobby: Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Department of Justice. CALYE’S CASE 1584 Reported 8 Coke 32 Liability of Inn Keepers. MARGARET H. EARLEY DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Kappa Beta Pi; Cy Pres Club. Activities: ' ‘The Docket of 1934”; Finance Committee, Senior Class; Presi- dent, Cy Pres Club. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. HELEN MARGUERITE EDWARDS DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Phi Delta Delta. Other University Attended: Drury Col- lege. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. TWYNE’S CASE 1601 Reported 3 Coke 80 Gifts defrauding creditors are void. D O C K E T HARRY GORDON EUBANK WEST VIRGINIA Other University Attended: West Vir- ginia State Teachers’ College. Hobby: Hunting. Candidate for: LL.B. GEORGE EMERSON CALIFORNIA Organizations: Military Order World War; Columbia Historical Society; Cali- fornia Yacht Club; U.S.A. Ret.; Shriner. Universities Attended: University of Illinois; University of California. Activities: Membership Committee, Junior Class; Finance Committee, Freshman Class. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. ELWES v. MAW 1802 Reported 3 East 3 6 Fixtures — as to tenants neglect to remove THE 1934 ALBERT A. EVANS MISSOURI Honors: Honorable Mention, Highest Average, Junior Class; F. H. Thomas Real Property Prize; Faculty Prize, Best De- bater. Hobby: Wondering what it’s all about. Candidate for: LL.B.; M.P.L.; LL.M. After National: Accounting School. RICHARD WILLIAM FINKEL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Upsilon Lambda Phi; Phi Alpha. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobbies: Tennis, Golf, Traveling. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Accounting School. FLETCHER v. RYLANDS AND ANOTHER 1865 Reported L. R. 1 Ex. 265 " Sic utero tuo nt altcnum non lacclas” DOCKET ARTHUR W. FINKELSTEIN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Alpha Beta Phi. Activities: Motoring. Hobby: Motoring. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Career in Government Service. GEORGE D. FISCHER, Jr. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Hobby: Aviation. Candidate for: LL.B. After National.: Practice. JACOBS v. UNITED STATES 1933 Partial taking requires compensation . THE 3 4 I 9 CHARLES MEAD FISTERE NEW YORK Organization: Beta Theta Pi. Other University Attended: Colgate University. Degree: A.B. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. JAMES WILSON FLAHERTY DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; American Legion. Class Activities: Advisory Committee, Junior Class. Hobbies: Golf, Radio, Theatricals. Candidate for: LL.B. LYNCH v. NURDIN 1841 1 Q. B. 29 Negligence of children. E T DOCK ORIS O. FLEMING INDIANA Organization: Masons. Other Universities Attended: Marion Normal College; Pace Institute. Candidate for: LL.B. GEORGE R. GARBER, Jr. IOWA Organization: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Candidate for: LL.B. ARMORY v. DELAMIRIE Repored 1 Strange 5 06 1722 The finder of a jewel may maintain trover for a conversion thereof by a wrongdoer ( Chimney — Sweep case.) THE 1934 REID WILLIAMS GATTIS NORTH CAROLINA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; National University Masonic Club. Activities: " The Docket of 1934”; Mem- bership Committee, Senior Class; Finance Committee, Freshman Class. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. WILFRED WILLIAM GAU MINNESOTA Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Minnesota. DOE DIDSBURY v. THOMAS AND OTHERS 1811 Reported 14 East 323 Generally speaking , hearsay evidence is not admissable in question of private right. DOCKET RAYMOND J. GERBER VIRGINIA Organization: Phi Alpha. Other Universities Attended: University of Virginia; Georgetown University. Hobby: Writing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. PASQUAL VINCENT GESUERO CONNECTICUT Organization: Alpha Phi Sigma. Other University Attended: University of Maryland. Hobbies: Music; Dancing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Connecticut. ASHBY v. WHITE 1703 Lord Raym 93 8 Injuria sine damno is actionable, but not damnu THE 1934 FRANK A. GOEBEL IOWA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Masons. Activities: Publicity Committee, Senior Class; Social Committee, Junior Class; Entertainment Committee, Freshman Class. Candidate for: LL.B. BEN GOLDBERG IOWA Hobby: Swimming. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. MOSTYN v. FABRIGAS 1775 Reported 1 Cowp. 161 (20) Venue— Action against Governor of Colony for injury done there— foreign cause of action . DOCKET JAMES L. GOLDSMITH DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Sigma Delta. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Banking. JOSEPH GOULD NEW YORK Organization: Sigma Phi. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Football. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. KEMBLE v. FARREN 1829 6 Bing. 141 Whether penalty or liquidated damages is a question of intention . T E I 9 3 4 H LEONORA COLLINS GRAHAM TENNESSEE Organizations: Member of Tennessee Bar, Cy Pres Club. Other University Attended: University of Tennessee. Activities: Publicity Committee, Freshman Class; Sergeant-At-Arms, Cy Pres Club, 1932-3 3; Reporter, Cy Pres Club, ’3 3-34. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. PHILIP C. GREENWELL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. WAIN v. WARLTERS 1804 5 East 10 an fee must exist but need not appear in document . ROBERT MAURICE GREENWOOD PENNSYLVANIA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Delta Sig- ma Phi. Activities: President, Junior Class; " The Docket of 1934”; Publicity Committee, Senior Class. Hobbies: Golf; Ping Pong. Candidate for: LL.B. MARCELL1NO P. GUITERREZ NEW MEXICO Other University Attended: St. Michael’s College. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. EICHELBERGER v. ARLINGTON BUILDING, 1922 280 Federal 997 52 Appeals, D. C. 23 A cor poraton is a distinct entity. T H E i 9 3 4 ELMER L. HABERKORN MARYLAND Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Masons; Odd Fellows. Other University Attended: Pace In- stitute. Activities: " The Docket of 1934”; Finance Committee, Senior Class; Regis- trar, Sigma Nu Phi. Candidate for: LL.B. J. FONTAINE HALL VIRGINIA Organization: Alpha Kappa Kappa. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobbies: Fishing; Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. COVER v. TALIAFERRO 1923 122 Atlantic, 2 142 Md. 5 82 Equity abhors a forfeiture. D O C K E T HYMEN WILLIAM HALPERN PENNSYLVANIA Other Universities Attended: Juniata College; Dickinson School of Law. Degree: A.B. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. JOSEPH H. HENDERSON FLORIDA Organization: National University Mason- ic Club. Other University Attended: Southern College of Pharmacy. Hobby: Motoring. Candidate for: LL.B. ROYAL TRUST COMPANY OF MONTREAL v. GARDINER 44 Appeal DC 570 Equity tvill fake jurisdiction to avoid multiplicity of suits. CARL E. HENNRICH ILLINOIS Hobbies: Sports; Politics. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. MINNETTE B. ROADS HINEY OHIO Organization: Cy Pres Club. Other University Attended: Miami Uni- versity (Oxford, Ohio). Hobbies: Music, Horses. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Juvenile Practice. RELIANCE INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURGH PA. v. BENNINGTON 1923 121 Atlantic 369, 142 Md. 390 Equity regards that as done which ought to he done. D O C K E T ROBERT E. HOFFMAN ILLINOIS Organization: Kappa Sigma. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Brunettes. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. LOCK RAYNER HUMBERT NORTH CAROLINA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; National University Masonic Club. Other University Attended: North Car- olina State College. Degree: B.S. Activities: Finance Committee, Senior Class; Publicity Committee, Junior Class. Hobby: Horse Racing. Candidate for: LL.B. SALEM TRUST CO. v. MANUFACTURER’S FINANCE CO. 1924 44 S. C. 266; 264 U. S. 182 When ec l ui ties are equal, the first in time will prevail. THE 1934 PATRICK HENRY HUME DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Segnu Forum. Activities: Finance Committee, Junior Class; Finance Committee, Freshman Class. Hobby: Boating. Candidate for: LL.B.; M.P.L. After National: Patent Law Practice. EDWIN P. HUMPHRIES VIRGINIA Organization: National University Ma- sonic Club. Candidate for: LL.B. IN RE J. C. WILSON CO. 1917 U. S. D. C. N. Y., 252 Federal 631 Equality is Equity. E T DOCK E. GLEN HUNTER PENNSYLVANIA Organization: I.O.O.F. Candidate for: LL.B. EDWARD L. HYNES II NEW HAMPSHIRE Organization: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Other University Attended: University of New Hampshire. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. EICHELBERGER v. SYMONS 1923 288 Federal 654; 5 3 Appeals DC 116 Equity follows the law. E i 9 3 4 T H THOMAS WILLIAM HYNES NEW HAMPSHIRE Other University Attended: George Washington University. Activities: Finance Committee, Junior Class. Hobbies: Hockey; Swimming. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Oxford. HARRY GLADSTONE ISEMANN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Other University Attended: Benjamin Franklin. Hobby: Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Accountancy School. SCULLIM STEEL CO. v. NORTH AMERICAN CO. 1918 167 C. C. A. Mo. 237; 25 5 Federal 945 When equities are equal , the laiv will prevail. D O C K E T EUNICE M. JOHNSON NORTH CAROLINA Organizations: Kappa Beta Pi; Cy Pres Club. Other University Attended: Flora Mc- Donald College. Activities: Treasurer, Senior Class; Finance Committee, Senior Class; Publicity Com- mittee, Junior Class. FFobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B.; M.P.L. After National: Practice; Politics. BARNIE P. JONES NORTH CAROLINA Organizations: Member North Carolina Bar; Sigma Nu Phi; Shriners. Other University Attended: Duke Uni- versity. Activities: Editor " The Docket of 1934 ”; Treasurer, Junior Class; Master of Rolls, Sigma Nu Phi. Candidate for: LL.B.; M.P.L. ; LL.M. After National: Cambridge; Law Practice. BAILEY v. INSURANCE COMPANY 13 Wallace Equity will not entertain jurisdiction where there is a full, adequate and complete remedy at law. E 1934 T H JOHN SULLIVAN KENNEDY NORTH CAROLINA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Sixth Ma- rine Reserve Brigade. Other University Attended: Columbia Technical School. Activities: Publicity Committee, Senior Class. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. KENNETH WILSON KING MARYLAND Organization: Alpha Delta Sigma. Hobby: Politics. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Maryland. BERGNER ENGEL BREWING CO. v. DREYFUS 172 Mass. 154 What the law means by domicile is one technically pre-eminent headquarters which every person is compelled to have. — Holmes. E T DOCK PAUL JAMES KLIFOTH INDIANA Organization: Phi Beta Gamma. Other University Attended: University Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice Criminal Law in Indiana. IGNATIUS M. KNAPP PENNSYLVANIA Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. POLLARD v. TAYLOR 5 Ky. 234 Departure — an abandonment of a position taken in an earlier pleading and a shift to a new. THE 1934 LAWRENCE EDWARD LAING VIRGINIA Organization: Sigma Delta. Hobbies: Dancing; Swimming; Theatricals. Candidate for: LL.B.; M.P.L. WILLIAM F. LANE MICHIGAN Candidate for: LL.B. UNITED STATES v. EATON 144 U. S. 677 There are no Common Law crimes against the United States. E T DOCK CHARLES F. LANMAN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Activities: Executive Committee, Junior Class; Finance Committee, Freshman Class. Candidate for: LL.B. LEE J. LANN JR. NEW YORK Organization: Alpha Beta Phi. Hobbies: Swimming; Spending Money. Candidate for: LL.B. HARZARD v. GRISWOLD 141 U. S. 260 Equity only takes jurisdiction to relieve against a mistake of law where a full , adequate and complete remedy cannot be had at law. THE 1934 FRANK LASKIN GEORGIA Organization: Upsilon Lambda Phi. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Activities: Membership Committee, Senior Class. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. SAMUEL WEBSTER LAWDER MARYLAND Activities: Entertainment Committee, Freshman Class. Candidate for: LL.B. IN RE McKEOWN’S ESTATE 1919 263 Pa. 78; 106 Atlantic 189 Equity regards substance rather than form. D O C K BERNARD L. LITTMAN PENNSYLVANIA Hobby: Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. TALBOTT v. HILL 1919 261 Federal 244; 49 Appeals DC 96 He who seeks equity must do equity . FRANK GEORGE LOEFFLER WISCONSIN Candidate for: LL.B. THE 1934 JOHNSON McFETRIDGE PENNSYLVANIA Organization: Masons. Other University Attended: Chicago Art Institute. Hobbies: Hunting; Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. WILLIAM GEORGE McGINNIS Other University Attended: University of Maryland. Candidate for: LL.B. HOME BLDG. ASSN. v. BLAISDELL 1933 62 V. L R. 17 It is within the police poiver of a state in case of an emergency to impair the obligation of a contract. D O C K E T JOSEPH LEO McGROARY CONNECTICUT Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Phi Alpha Epsilon. Other University Attended: Catholic University of America. Activities: President, Segnu Forum, 1932 ; Crier Staff, 1932; Publicity Committee, Junior Class. Candidate for: LL.B.; A.B. HUGH E. McMORROW WEST VIRGINIA Hobby: Hunting. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Patent Law Practice. DEERING v. WINCHELSEA 2 B. P. 269; 21 E. R. C. 617 Sureties bound by different instruments liable to contribution. E i 9 3 4 T H KATHRYN M. McSORLEY NEW YORK Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Dog Shows. Candidate for: LL.B. DOROTHY WHELPLEY MALONE MAINE Organizations: Kappa Beta Pi; Cy Pres Club. Hobby: Bridge Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. ELIASON v. HENSHAW 1819 4 Wheaton 22 5 Acceptance of the contract must be as prescribed by offeror , D O C K E T JOSEPH J. MANN WEST VIRGINIA Activities: Publicity Committee Freshman Class. Hobbies: Golf; Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Virginia. ELMER J. MARKLEY MARYLAND Hobby: Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. MARBURY v. MADISON 1803 1 Cranch 137 An act of Congress repugnant to the Constitution cannot become a law . THE 1934 MILTON LEONARD MARLAND MASSACHUSETTS Other University Attended: George Washington University. Degree: B.S. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Patent Law. BREWSTER HOWISON MARSHALL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Other University Attended: University of Rochester. Honors: Hurst Gold Medal for Highest Average in Junior Class; Honorable Men- tion, Best Equity Jurisprudence Exam; Honorable Mention, Best Real Proprety Exam. Actvities: Advisory Committee, Junior Class. Candidate for: LL.B. IN RE: SHELLEYS’ CASE When a particular estate is granted to one , with remainder over to his heirs , the word " Heirs” is a word of limita tion , not of purchase. DOCKET EXO FRANK MARTINEZ PUERTO RICO Other University Attended: University of Puerto Rico. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. JEROME HENRY MEYER IOWA Organization: Knights of Columbus. Cther University Attended: George- town Foreign Service School. Hobbies: Music; Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Back for LL.M. WAYCHOFF v. WAYCHOFF 86 A. L. R. 139 An agreement between attorney and layman in consideration of procuring litigation to split fees is void as against public policy. THE 1934 PHTLIP CONTEE MIXSELL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Hobby: Psychology; Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. SAMUEL H. MOERMAN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Alpha Delta Omega; Al- pha Kappa Sigma. Hobby: Music. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. ROW v. DAWSON 1 Ves. 331 Chose in action assignable in equity D O C K E T WILLIAM BRITTON MOORE CANADA Organization: Phi Beta Gamma. Other University Attended: Sanstead Wesleyan College. Hobbies: Swimming; Golf. Candidate for: LL.B.; LL.M. After National: Patent Law Practice. EDWARD A. MURPHY NEW YORK Other University Attended: Canisius College. Degrees: B.S. in C.E.; M.S. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. RUSSELL v. RUSSELL 1 Broch. 269; 18 E. R. C. 26 Deposit of title deeds is an eqtii table mortgage . ANNA L. MOULTON TEXAS Organization: Kappa Beta Pi; Cy Pres Club. Other Universities Attended: Indiana State Teachers’ College; George Washing- ton University. Degrees: A.B.; A.M. Activities: The Docket of 1934; Associ- ate Dean, Kappa Beta Pi; Social Com- mittee, Senior Class; President, Cy Pres Club, 1932-1933; Secretary, Junior Class. Candidate for: LL.B. LEWIS B. MOULTON TEXAS Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Masonic Club; Shriner; Sigma Nu (Social). Other University Attended: Tenness- see University. Activities: Valedictorian; The Docket of 1934; Executive Committee, Senior Class; Finance Committee, Junior Class. Hobby: Mechanical Art. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: The Law. DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CASE 1819 4 Wheaton 518 A charter is a contract. DOCKET WILLIAM A. MULVEY DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Hobby: Reading. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. PAUL M. MURPHY MARYLAND Hobby: Politics Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. FLETCHER v. PECK 6 Cranch 87 A grant is a contract executed. E l 9 T H 3 4 SALLIE A. MURRAY DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Washington. LOUIS NATHANSON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Hobby: Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. MITCHELL v. REYNOLDS 1711 I P. Wms. 181 Contracts in total restraint of trade are illegal. DOCKET R. HEWITT NICHOLS MARYLAND Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Hobby: Farming. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Insurance Law. JOSEPH A. O’CONNELL DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Other University Attended: Loyola College. Hobby: Athletics. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Patent Law Practice. HADDOCK v. HADDOCK 201 U. S. 562 Jurisdiction in divorce in governed by the matrimonial domicile. HAZEL HASKELL PHILBRICK MAINE Organizations: Kappa Beta Pi; Cy Pres Club. Activities: Marshall, Kappa Beta Pi; Treas- urer, Cy Pres Club, 1932-1933. Hobby: Conventions. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. O. WILLIAM PITTLEMAN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Upsilon Lambda Pi. Hobbies: Tennis, Travelling. Candidate for: LL.B. Ai ter National.: Accounting. PATTON v. U. S. 281 U. S. 276 A defendant , being fully advised of bis rights , may consent to proceeding with less than twelve jurors and might dispense ivith a jury altogether. THOMAS REGINALD PROCTOR MARYLAND Organization: Epsilon Mu Sigma. Hobby: Politics. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. HARRY PROTAS DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Alpha Kappa Sigma. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Conversation. Candidate for: LL.B.; LL.M. HUNTINGTON v. ATTRILL 146 U. S. 657 A penal law is one which in its essential character is a punishment of an offense against the public, not a grant of a civil right to a private person. GEORGE L. QUINN JR. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Hobby: Harmonizing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. RACHEL RACOOSIN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Cy Pres Club. Activities: Historian, Junior Class; " The Docket of 1934”; Executive Commit- tee, Senior Class; Publicity Committee, Junior Class. Candidate for: LL.B.; LL.M. After National: Practice. LYNCH v. METROPOLITAN RAILWAY 129 New York Equity will not suffer a wrong to be without a remedy. DOCKET RALPH R. REED VIRGINIA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Scottish Rite Masonic Shrine. Activities: " The Docket of 1934”; So- cial Committee, Senior Class; Advisory Committee, Junior Class. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. HAROLD S. RIPPLE PENNSYLVANIA Organization: National University Ma- sonic Club. Hobbies: Hunting; Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. HOLT v. UNITED STATES 218 U. S. 345 Presumptions are not evidence. T E i 9 3 4 H JOE TAYLOR ROBINSON ARKANSAS Organization: Kappa Sigma. Other University Attended: University of Arkansas. Activities: Membership Committee, Senior Class. Hobby: Music. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. LEO DUNN ROBINSON NEBRASKA Organization: Member of D. C. Bar. Activities: Advisory Committee, Junior Class; Entertainment Committee, Fresh- man Class. Honors: Chancellor Gold Medal, Best Equity Jurisprudence Exam; Honorable Mention, F. H. Thomas Law Book Co., Prize, Best Essay Real Property Exam. Hobby: Farming. Candidate for: LL.B.; LL.M. MASSIE v. WATTS 1810 6 Crancfi U. S. 148 acts in personam and not in rcm. E T DOCK LOUISE ROE ALABAMA Organizations: Member of D. C. Bar; Kappa Beta Pi; Cy Press Club. Honor: Eugene Carusi Gold Medal, Highest General Average in Freshman Class. Activities: Vice-President, Senior Class; Pan-Hellenic Council; Social Committee, Senior Class; Corresponding Registrar, Kappa Beta Pi, 1932-193 3; Advisory Com- mittee, Freshman Class. Candidate for: FF.B. After National: Practice in Washington. JACOB S. RONES NORTH CAROLINA Other University Attended: George Washington University. Activities: Publicity Committee, Freshman Class. Hobby: Football Candidate for: FF.B. After National: Practice. INTERNATIONAF TEXT BOOK CO. v. CONNEFFY 99 N. E. 722 Infant ' s contract is voidable by him upon reaching maturity. T E I 9 3 4 H ROBERT L. RUSSELL KENTUCKY Candidate for: LL.B. ARTHUR M. RYHN MINNESOTA Other University Attended: George- town University. Hobbies: Music, Bridge, Philatetics. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: D. C. Bar. CHISWELL v. JOHNSON 1924 299 Federal 681; D. C. Appeals Equity aids the vigilant , not those who sleep on their rights. CHARLES D. SANGER JR. VIRGINIA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Alpha Sig- ma Lambda. Activities: Vice-President, Freshman Class; Executive Committee, Junior Class. Hobbies: Hunting, Traveling.. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. THERON L. SANSOM TEXAS Candidate for: LL.B. BELL AND HOWELL vs. BLISS 1919 Illinois, 262 Federal 131 He who comes into equity must come ivith clean hands . THE 1934 LAFOREST STEPHENS SAULSBURY MAINE Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Masonic Club. Other University Attended: University of Maine. Degree: B.S. in Engineering. Activities: Pan-Hellenic Council; Advisory Committee, Junior Class. Hobby: Motoring. Candidate for: LL.B. DAVID SCHAGRIN DELAWARE Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Other Universities Attended: University of Delaware; University of Pennsylvania. Degree: B.S. in Economics. Hobby: Athletics. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION v. BLAISDELL 1933 62 V. L. R. 17 " It is within the police power of a state in case of an emergency to impair the obligation of a contract.” D O C K E T ALBERT JOHN SCHNEIDER PENNSYLVANIA Candidate for: LL.B. CHARLES M. SCHWAB DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: National University Ma- sonic Club. Activities: Secretary, National University Masonic Club. Candidate for: LL.B. IBM GRASELLI CHEMICAL CO. v. AETNA EXPLOSIVES CO 164 C, C. A. N. Y. 380; 252 Federal 456 Equity suffers no right to he without a remedy. T H E i 9 3 4 DE FOREST E. SESSIONS WYOMING Organizations: Member of D. C. Bar; Sigma Delta Kappa. Other University Attended: University of Utah. Degree: Phar. D. Hobbies: Bowling, Hunting. Candidwvte for: LL.B. THADDEUS L. SHARKEY MASSACHUSETTS Other University Attended: Massachu- setts Institute of Technology. Activities: Auditing Committee, Junior Class. Hobbies: Swimming, Tennis. Candidate for: LL.B. INTERNATIONAL RADIO TELEGRAPH CO v. ATLANTIC COMMUNICATION CO. 1923 290 Federal 698 Equity acts in personam , not in rein. DOCKET ROSELIA B. SHAW KENTUCKY Organizations: Cy Pres Club; Women’s Club. Activities: Historian, Senior Class; Social Committee, Senior Class. Hobby: Educational and Welfare Activities. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Travel. HOWARD ELSWORTH SHEARER DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Other Universities Attended: University of Virginia; U.S. Coast Guard Academy; George Washington University. Degree: B.S. in Engineering. Hobby: Sailing. Candidate for: LL.B. SMITH v. CITY OF SEATTLE 51 Pac. 1057 Adjoining owner owes duty of lateral support to land in its natural condition. THE 1934 LAURIS NORTON SHERBURNE MAINE Organization: Beta Theta Phi. Other University Attended: University of Maine. Hobbies: Cards; Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. RALPH M. SHOEMAKER MINNESOTA Organizations: Acacia-Alpha Zeta; A.F. A.M. Other University Attended: University of Minnesota. Degree: B.S. Can did ati . for: LL.B. McAN DREWS v. CHICAGO L. S. E. RY. CO. 78 N. E. 603 To state a cause of a ction , a declaration must state facts showing duty owing by defendant to plant iff, a breach of that duty , resulting a wrongful legal injury to plaintiff. SOL Z. SHUB NEW JERSEY Organization: B’Nai Brith. Hobbies: Boxing; Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Specialize in Criminal Law. JOSEPH P. SMITH JR. VIRGINIA Organizations: Phi Beta Gamma; Epsilon Mu Sigma. Other University Attended: George Washington University; Activities: Treasurer, Freshman Class. Hobby: Outdoor Sports. Candidate for: LL.B. EDWARDS v. WESSINGER 43 S. E. 518 Satisfaction of injured party is no bar to criminal prosecution. E i 9 3 4 T H LOUIS CHARLES SMITH PENNSYLVANIA Organizations: Phi Beta Gamma, Delta Phi Epsilon; Sons of the American Revo- lution. Other Universities Attended: George- town University; University of Hamburg, Germany. Degrees: B.S. Magna Cum Laude; M.A. Carusi Award. Activities: The Docket of 1934. Candidate for: M.P.L.; J.D. I LOUIS ETHELBERT SMITH DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Gamma Eta Gamma. Other University Attended: George- town University. Hobbies: Music; Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. GERBAS v. MITRUSKE 84 N. J. Eq. 79 Equity docs not regard time of performance as of the essence of contract unless contract expressly so provides. DOCKET TITUS BANKS SNODDY JR. VIRGINIA Organization: Sigma Delta Kappa. Hobby: Sleeping. Candidate tor: IX. B. After Nationai : Practice. M. EUGENE SPENI NEW JERSEY Other University Attended: Columbia University . Hobby: Partial to Blondes. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in New Jersey. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BOSTON v. MAINE 284 U. S. 312; 76 L. E. 313 Immunity from taxation by more than one state rests upon the fundamental conception that a transfer from the dead to the living is an event which cannot take place in two or more states at one and the same time. THE 1934 CHARLES LYON STURTEVANT DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Other University Attended: Yale Uni- versity. Hobby: Tennis. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Patent Law. JOHN MARSHALL SWETNAM VIRGINIA Hobby: Fishing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Virginia. ANTARAMIAN v. OURAKIAN 194 N. Y. S. 100 Gifts made in contemplation of marriage are con ditional and must be donee break s the engagement . returned if DOCKET RUDOLPH CARLOS TAFOYA NEW MEXICO Organization: Knights of Columbus. Hobbies: Golf, Tennis. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. ALMA ISABEL THOMAS NEW YORK Other University Attended George Washington University. Candidate for: LL.B. ROONEY v. NORTH DAKOTA 1 96 U. S. 319 A law m ex post facto if it annexes to a crime a greater punishment than the law annexed to it when committed. THE 1934 JAMES CLIFTON THOMPSON VIRGINIA Hobby: Candy Making; Collecting Income Taxes. Candidate for: LL.B. After Nationai : Retire to Virginia Estate. ROBERT KINGDON THURBER UTAH Other University Attended: University of Arizona. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. TEXAS vs. WHITE 7 Wallace 700 When a state becomes a part of the United States it enters into an indissoluble union. DOCKET GEORGE B. TRAVIS CALIFORNIA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Masons. Hobbies: Golf; Writing. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. SERVERINO TRUJILLO JR. NE T MEXICO Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; American Legion; B.P.O. Elks. Other University Attended: University of New Mexico. Activities: Historian, Freshman Class; " The Docket of 1934”. Hobbies: Politics; Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Politics. UNITED STATES v. CLARKE 1843 8 Peters 436 One cannot sue the sovereign without the sovereign’s consent. E i 9 3 4 T H MARGARET ST. CLAIR VALGREN IOWA Organization: Kappa Beta Pi. Other University Attended: University of Chicago. Degree: Ph.B. Hobby: Green Candidate for: S.J.D. REX WOOD VAN ATTA OHIO Organization: Phi Beta Gamma. Hobbies : Golf; Swimming. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Ohio. PETRAS v. PETRAS 7 Boyce 290 ' ridge is governed by the lex loci contractus. DOCKET GEORGE H. VAN WAGNER NEW YORK Other University Attended: Drexel In- stitute. Hobbies: Chess; Poker. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. RALPH CHRISTIAN VOGEL DISTRICT of. COLUMBIA Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Activities: Advisory Committee, Junior Class. Hobbies: Swimming, Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. PIPPIN v. COMMONWEALTH 86 S. E. 152 Dying declarations are not admissible in civil cases. T H E I 9 3 4 DAVID WALDINGER IOWA Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobbies: Golf, Fiddle. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. WALTER M. WALTER MARYLAND Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Tennis. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. FEBER v. BRIDGMAN 21 N. E. 985 Death of principal automatically terminates the agency. D O C K E T FRANCES E. WARREN KANSAS Organization: Kappa Beta Pi; Cy Pres Club. Other University Attended: Kansas University; Lindenwood College. Hobby: Ping Pong. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in Kansas. CHESTER ARTHUR WATERS NEW YORK Organization: Sigma Delta Kappa. Other University Attended: City CoU lege of New York. Activities: Chancellor, Sigma Delta Kappa; Advisory Committee, Freshman Class. Hobby: Motorboating. Candidate for: LL.B. CHESTERFIELD v. JANSEEN 2 Ves. Sr. 124 Bargains with expectant heirs may be set aside. H E i 9 3 4 T LOUIS E. WEADON VIRGINIA Organization: National University Ma- sonic Club. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Government Service. MOLLIE WEIN GARTEN NEW YORK Organization: Cy Pres Club. Hobby: Swimming. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. SIMS v. GUNBER 78 So. 62 An infant can be an agent and make a binding contract for his principal. DOCKET JOHN J. WELTER NORTH DAKOTA Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobbies: Baseball, Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice in North Dakota. JOHN CABOT WHITE MASSACHUSETTS Organiztions: Sigma Nu Phi, F. A. A. M. Activities: Vice-President, Junior Class. Hobby: New Hampshire — and all that it means. Candidate for: LL.B., LL.M. McLEOD v. MORRISON ESHELMAN 120 Pac. 528 Ratification is the stibseqiient affirmance of a contract another has made , while pur- porting to act as one y s agent . E i 9 3 4 T H SALLY BROOKS WIER SOUTH CAROLINA Organization: Cy Pres Club. Activities: " The Docket of 1934.” Hobby: Golf. Candidate for: LL.B. FRANK GILLESPIE WILSON PENNSYLVANIA Organizations: Sigma Delta Kappa, Masons. Other Universities Attended: Pace Uni- versity; Pace School of Accountancy; Princeton University. Hobbies: Tennis, Baseball. Candidate for: LL.B. Aiter National: Practice Law and Ac- countancy. DONNELLY v. STATE 26 N. J. Law 601 Statement by victim of homicide , made in contemplation of impending death , as to cause of homicide , is admissable in evidence as dying declaration. D O C K E T ARTHUR ALEXIUS WRIGHT NEW YORK Organizations: Masons, Sigma Delta Kappa. Hobby: Athletics. Candidate for: LL.B., LL.M. After National: Practice. RICHARD MARVIN WRIGHT VIRGINIA Other University Attended: Washing- ton and Lee University. Hobbies: Fishing, Stamp Collecting. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. DANCEY v. CLARK 24 Apps. D. C. 487 Mandamus DOCKET KENNETH JOSEPH ZOELLER NEW YORK Organizations: Phi Beta Gamma; Veterans of Foreign Wars; Second Division Associ- ation. Activities: Associate Justice, Phi Beta Gamma; Membership Committee, Senior Class; Executive Committee, Freshman Class. Hobby: Baseball, Marine Corps. Candidate for: LL.B. After National: Practice. Photoless Seniors, 1934 Brown, Samuel Bernard District of Columbia Miner, Wilfred Lawrence District of Columbia Strehlow, Alfred F. District of Columbia Cannon, David P. Clarendon, Virginia Carney, Charles Eaton District of Columbia Norton, Robert King District of Columbia Parel, James Donald District of Columbia Sullivan, Hermon H. District of Columbia Warfield, Courtland Lee District of Columbia Chisholm, Raymond S. District of Columbia Christel, Conrad District of Columbia Harding, William Edward District of Columbia Flam, William Thomas District of Columbia Hobbs, Joseph B. District of Columbia Littlepage, Thos. Price, Jr. District of Columbia Post, Woodruff Summer District of Columbia Ruark, Eugene Henry District of Columbia Schulz, George J. Hyattsville, Maryland Solem, Henry M. District of Columbia Spruks, Henry Charles District of Columbia Weisbrod, William Gustavus District of Columbia Wells, David Eldred District of Columbia White, J. Everett District of Columbia Wilson, M. Burdette District of Columbia Meatman, John Kenneth District of Columbia Yeatman, William Henry District of Columbia FUNK v. UNITED STATES 290 U. S. 371 hi the Federal Court one spouse is a competent but not compellable witness against the other. WILLIAM W.MILLAN Mim I. PEYSER HAYDEN JOHNSON GLENN WILLETT N) 55 ELL P. BELEW RICHARD A. FORD H.WIN5HIP WHEATLEY JUDGES OF THE MOOT COURTS BOOK THREE JUNIORS BOOK THREE IIUUIIIIUIIIIMUlL . I o TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS Westminster Hall has xvitnessed the trial of an English King for his life; of Wallace, the Scots hero; of Warren Hastings, an imperial go vernor; and numerous other momentous dramas in the annals of English justice. R S History Class of 1935 U PON the ground-work laid in the Freshman Year, the Class of 193 5 has built an enterprising structure, strengthening the spirit of co-operation, their predominant characteristic. The class began the second year in the law school in real earnest; and in electing class officers for the year, set a precedent at National by electing as President, Vera W. Rhine, honor student of the Freshman Class who has proved to be an able leader. Under the very excellent management of Charles Proctor, Chairman of the Social Committee, our Junior Prom at the Carlton Hotel was a distinct success (financi- ally as well as socially) and we had further cause to be proud, in that the Dean, Doctor Hayden Johnson, was honor guest. The activities of the class not only included social affairs, but the perfecting of the class organization by the formal adoption of a constitution. Ray Nolan, in whose hands this work was placed, illustrated his ability as a potential lawyer by drafting a well-written and compre- hensive document which establishes the Class as an " orga- nized association.” We are now at the close of another year; it is time to say " au revoir” to some and perhaps " good-bye” to others. To the faculty, those so well versed in the law, and who have so patiently given so freely from their fountain of knowledge and experience, we extend our thanks and ap- preciation. To our fellow students who will be the Junior Class of next year, we say " ’Til we meet again;” and to the Seniors we desire to express our hope for their well-being and to wish them the full measure of success that their efforts deserve in the profession they are about to enter. VERA W. RHINE President, Class of 193 ) Class of 1935 OFFICERS Albert W. Allen Vice-President Joseph N. Sanford Sergeant-at-Arms Kathryn Laird Rea Secretary Vera Walton Rhine Preside tit Theodore R. Barker Class Historian Charles Newell Atkinson T re astir er C, NEWELL ATKINSON TREASURER CLAM OFFICERS ' CLA5S ' Of ' 1935 ALBERT V. ALLEN VUE-PRE IDEHT THEODORE N. BARKER H15TOPM A H Class of 1935 OFFICERS Vera W. Rhine President Albert W. Allen Vice-President C. Newell Atkinson T reasurer Kathryn L. Rea Secretary Theodore R. Barker Historian Joseph N. Sanford Sergeant -at -Arms COMMITTEES PUBLICITY W. R. Belfield Chairman George O’Keefe LaRue H. Merrill FINANCIAL Lehron Ard Chairman Virginia Dulin Karl Dieffenbach SOCIAL Charles Proctor Chairman E. C. Morison L. Kenneth Swiger Hershel A. Soskin Ethel Ginberg Nathan Lubar B. H. Stevens Robert B. Gilman James Caleb Boggs Wilma C. Chandler MEMBERSHIP William R. Delancey Chairman John J. Gallagher Robert B. Heiney Israel S. Lipkovitz Irving Nusbaum Catherine P. Phelps Stuart H. Robeson Marie Thais Spencer Alfred Weinberg James Young Cleveland CONSTITUTIONAL Raymond J. Nolan Chairman Travis H. Edwards Gordon W. Rule John S. Wynne Junior Class Members Allen, Albert W. District of Columbia Allen, Miles Lancaster Maine Anderson, Frances Alabama Anderson, Thomas J. Minnesota Ard, Lehron Alabama Atkinson, Charles Newell District of Columbia Auerbach, Manuel District of Columbia Barker, Theodore R. District of Columbia Belfield, William Randolph Maryland Bell, Harold Paul Virginia Beller, Robert James District of Columbia Berman, Bennie Massachusetts Blenard, David Christian Maryland Boggs, James Caleb Delaware Bonner, Jack Paul District of Columbia Boyle, Edith M. Kentucky Brown, Henry J. District of Columbia Brown, Leonard Dinkel District of Columbia Bryant, Ryland Crews, Jr. District of Columbia Cael, William W. Virginia Casto, George K. Utah Chandler, Wilma Christine Montana Clegg, James Ellis Mississippi Clifford, Robert Edward Massachusetts Conley, Lester Raymond Kansas Cooper, Ruhl Leroy West Virginia Coughlin, John Joseph District of Columbia Darragh, Scudder Pennsylvania Dawson, Harry A. Maryland Day, William E. District of Columbia Deane, Donald Ashley Maryland DeLancey, William R. West Virginia DeMino, Fred Ralph District of Columbia diZerega, Richard G. Virginia Doub, Ragan Mason Maryland Doyle, Henry Lawrence District of Columbia Dukorsky, Edward District of Columbia Dulin, Virginia Ann District of Columbia Edelen, Edgar Hurtt Maryland Edelson, Milton District of Columbia Edwards, Travis H. Texas English, Merton A. District of Columbia Ehrlich, E. Jack District of Columbia Ewen, James E. Indiana Finegan, Paul Vincent District of Columbia Folstein, Jack Leon New Jersey Fox, David George District of Columbia Frigillana, Leon Diaz, District of Columbia Gallagher, John James District of Columbia Gamble, James Ross District of Columbia George, Newell O. Kansas Gilman, Robert B. Connecticut Ginberg, Ethel District of Columbia Goodner, Helen Virginia Gordin, Julius Florida Gotthold, Louis Benjamin District of Columbia Greene, John William District of Columbia Greene, Robert E. District of Columbia Groves, James S. Maryland Hall, Edward Madison District of Columbia Hall, Francis L. District of Columbia Halpern, Hyman W. District of Columbia Hamilton, Philip M.. Maryland Hanford, S. J. District of Columbia Hardison, Charles A. District of Columbia Harper, Harry F., Jr. Virginia Hatfield, Dos T. Ohio Hayes, William E., Jr. District of Columbia Heiney, Robert B. District of Columbia Hessick, William H. District of Columbia Hodges, Frances H. District of Co’umbia Horigan, Florence Marie Wisconsin Houston, George McKnight District of Columbia Hynes, Edward Lawrence New Hampshire Jacobs, George William Virginia Jacobson, Ina Nebraska Jaquette, Charles G. Pennsylvania Jeweler, Jack District of Columbia Jones, Ashton C., Jr. Virginia Katzman, Robert A. District of Columbia Kellogg, Scott Douglas Utah Ker, Charles Waldron District of Columbia Kimball, Max K. Utah King, Malcolm M. R. Rhode Island Klovstad, Odin V. North Dakota Knapp, William H. Ohio Kohlman, A. Frederick District of Columbia Krebill, Raymond Iowa Kunz, Philip Waldemar Pennsylvania LaFleur, Leilan Gray Louisiana Ladd, John M. District of Columbia Laing, Lawrence Edward Virginia Lake, Alton Luther Rhode Island Lake, Archibald MacMillan Maryland Lanman, Maurice H., Jr. District of Columbia Learnard, Henry G., Jr. Washington Lemaire, Victor Walter Indiana Lipkovitz, Israel S. Connecticut Littman, Bernard L. Pennsylvania Logan, Ben T. Kentucky Lord, Hovey Ariston Minnesota Love, Sanders Indiana Lubar, Nathan Marvin District of Columbia Lyons, Thomas E. District of Columbia Lynch, M. E. New York McCauley, Leroy Clifton District of Columbia McGuire, Charles Fenton District of Columbia McLaren, Lucy A. Missouri McLeod, Neil Kenneth Maryland MacArthur, B. McCalla District of Columbia Makall, Upton Beal, Jr. District of Columbia M,arx, Marvin Albert District of Columbia Mason, Carlin Virginia Maze, John M. Arkansas Mejia, Frank Porto Rico Melander, Walfrid Agner Connecticut Mer rill, LaRue H. Idaho Meyer, Jrome H. District of Columbia Miller, Herbert D. District of Columbia Miller, Richard Madison District of Columbia Mitchell, William D. Missouri Morison, Earl Christian District of Columbia Moulton, Charles Myron Maine Nolan, Raymond Joseph Pennsylvania Notelevitz, Harold Pennsylvania Nusbaum, Irving New York O’Keefe, George W. Connecticut O’Neal, Thomas District of Columbia Offutt, Mrs. Beatrice Dailey District of Columbia Palting, Margarito D. Guam Parker, Charles Bernard Massachusetts Parlin, Harry Sherwood District of Columbia Payne, H. Dudley Maryland Phelps, Catherine Payne District of Columbia Piccolo, John B. Oklahoma Polkinhorn, John Henry New Jersey Poole, William District of Columbia Popham, Kenneth R. Montana Probst, Sidney New York Proctor, Chas. Wheelock District of Columbia Rains, Floyd A. Oklahoma Randall, Anne K. District of Columbia Rea, Kathryn Laird District of Columbia Rhine, Vera Walton District of Columbia Robeson, Stuart Hogan North Carolina Robinson, Robert Henry Maryland Rule, Gordon Wade District of Columbia Russell, Annie Vest North Carolina Sanford, Joseph Nathan Virginia Sard, Thomas Rhea Maryland Schwartz, Ira District of Columbia Schwartz, Morris District of Columbia Scptt, Melvin McCabe Virginia Seaton, Edwin Clarke District of Columbia Sefken, Goldie Bell Alabama Selsky, Samuel District of Columbia Shenk, Max District of Columbia Simmons, Miles Edward District of Columbia Sitnick, Joseph District of Columbia Slingluff, Truman Cross Maryland Soskin, Hershel Arthur Nebraska Southworth, Charles Justice Virginia Spencer, Marie Thais Maryland Sperling, Harry David Virginia Spotts, Julian Clude Missouri ‘Sterba, John Raoul District of Columbia Stern, Wilma Feiler Nebraska Stevens, Bernard Hugh Virginia Stevens, Edward, Jr. District of Columbia Strother, Mrs. Evelyn District of Columbia Susoni, Estaban Jose District of Columbia Swiger, Loymen Kenneth West Virginia Tannenbaum, Joseph M. District of Columbia Wallace, Clifton Robt., Jr. New Jersey Weigel, William Robert Maryland Weinberg, Alfred District of Columbia Weitzel, Fred Winfield District of Columbia West, Landon G., Jr. Oklahoma West, Millard F., Jr. Maryland Whiteside, Edgar Leslie Florida Whittlesey, Chas. Jewell District of Columbia Williams, Ed. Almon Alabama Withey, W. D. District of Columbia Wynne, John Shrivey District of Columbia York, Harold Chester Maine Young, Horace C. Florida Zirkel, Glendon Monroe District of Columbia BOOK FOUR FRESHMEN BOOK FOUR F R E S H EH EH THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE In his great speech introducing the Judicature Act of 1 873, Lord Selborne said, " We must bring together our many divided courts and divided juris- dictions by erecting or rather re-erecting — for after all there was in the beginning of our constitutional system one supreme Court of Judicature — a supreme court which, operating under convenient arrangements and with a sufficient number of judges, shall exercise one single undivided jurisdiction, and shall unite within itself all the jurisdictions of all the separate superior courts of law and equity now in existence .” Accord- ingly the Curia Regis of the Norman kings teas taken as a model, and all the existing courts were consolidated into one Supreme Court of Judica- ture. This court teas divided into two sections, the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal. M E N I am not bound to win; but I am bound to be true. I am not bound to succeed; but I am bound to live up to what light I have. I must stand by anybody that stands right; stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong. — Abraham Lincoln. CHARLES M. BROOKS President, Class of 1936 Class of 1936 OFFICERS Charles M. Brooks President Michael F. Colasanto Vice-President Norman D. Morgan T reasurer Glenna Y. Crowder Secretary Luther E. Angle Historian William T. Jobe Sergeant -at -Arms 6LENNAY.CR0WDER ECBETAftY LUTHER E. ANCLE HI TOMAN WILLIAM T. JOBE - $ER6EANTATARMF - CLAS 5 OFFICER ClflU OF 936 NORMAN D. MORGAN TP.6A4UAEB MICHAEL F.COLASAHTO VKEPRWIOENT Roster Class of 1936 Benton, Wade Terrell District of Columbia Berezoski, Clements Thomas District of Columbia Bergmann, Harry Payne District of Columbia Berman, Ruth Eleanor Iowa Biscoe, Henry Curtis, Jr. Virginia Block, Samuel Bert Missouri Blumberg, Edward District of Columbia Blume, Nathan Jerry Delaware Bodnick, Nelson District of Columbia Bowen, Robert William District of Columbia Boyd, Tallmadge Leslie Utah Bradley, Thomas C., Jr. Maryland Bradley, Vincent W. Virginia Bramhall, Walter F. Missouri Brennan, William E. District of Columbia Brewer, John Buchanan Maryland Brokmeyer, Milton District of Columbia Brooks, Charles Maynard Texas Brown, Bert Mahlon Nevada Brown, Nathan Manuel Delaware Buchanan, Elisabeth C., Mrs. Maine Burke, Eugene L. Iowa Burke, Everette H. District of Columbia Burke, Robert E. North Dakota Butts, Joseph G. North Carolina Callahan, Edwin George District of Columbia Callan, Edward Andrew District of Columbia Cantrell, Charles Camp Texas Cantrell, William, Jr. Texas Clagett, John Williams Maryland Clarke, Kenneth F. Pennsylvania Clephane, Arthur H. District of Columbia Coe, Raymond Gill District of Columbia Cohen, Louis District of Columbia Colasanto, Michael F. Connecticut Collier, Louise Alabama Collins, Edward Aloysius New York Comrey, Andrew Lawrence West Virginia Conner, Kenneth M. District of Columbia Cook, Arthur Leffier Maryland Look, Elizabeth Anne Indiana Corley, Joseph E. Maryland Corrigan, S. Joseph District of Columbia Cox, Albert L., Jr. North Carolina Cox, Orrin Blaine District of Columbia Cralle, Rose Irene District of Columbia Crosby, Virginia Beryl Pennsylvania Crowder, Glenna Yeative District of Columbia Darragh, Ocudder Hart Pennsylvania Davis, Herbert Lewis, Jr. Maryland Davis, Howard W. Missouri Dawson, James Somervell, Ji Maryland Deckman, Joseph Harward Maryland Deskin, Ann Rose District of Columbia Dieffenbach, Karl Maryland Dodd, Warren Bentley Virginia Dodds, Edward Shaddick District of Columbia Dooley, Charles Lewis, Jr. Tennessee Doyle, Kenneth William District of Columbia Doyle, Rose W. Minnesota Carmack, William Jones Tennessee Carroll, Joseph District of Columbia Cartwright, Frederick DeaneDresbach, Harold Malone District of Columbia Kansas Cartwright, Robert Francis Dryer, Waltern Drakeford District of Columbia Alabama Cathcart, Duncan Fletcher Dunn, Vernon Myron Florida Nebraska Ehrlich, E. Jack District of Columbia Ehrlich, Harry District of Columbia Elliott, Hugh Spencer District of Columbia Elliott, Ralph Aubrey District of Columbia English, Marton Alden, Jr. District of Columbia Enzor, Edwin Harold Alabama Epstein, Simon District of Columbia Evans, Henry Darling Maryland Fake, Harry E. District of Columbia Feldman, Max District of Columbia Ferguson, Roland J. Maryland Finley, William T. Ohio Fletcher, Floyd Douglass North Carolina Fling, William Lee District of Columbia Florer, Edward J. Oklahoma Flynn, Robert Morris Arizona Ford, Archie T. Kentucky Foulds, Henry Deward District of Columbia Frazier, Willis Thomas North Dakota Fregger, Norman Samuel Nebraska Freund, Mildred Pulsifer District of Columbia Friday, Louis McCarty District of Columbia r.Gaines, Stanley H. North Dakota Gaylord, William S. District of Columbia Gellogg, Ronald Alstyn Minnesota Ginsburg, Selig Texas Glendon, George Arnold, Jr. New York Goldberg, Samuel Massachusetts Goodman, David Abraham District of Columbia Goodman, Henry S. Indiana Gordon, Edwin Anthony Pennsylvania Green, Joseph Hugh Illinois Green, Oliver George New York Greene, Robert Edward New York Abel, J. Frederick District of Columbia Abrahams, Saul District of Columbia Adams, William M. District of Columbia Adelman, David New York Albin, Richard Edward Virginia Alexander, Roy Malcom Pennsylvania All, Agnes Luella District of Columbia Allen, Albert Walker District of Columbia Allen, Charles Richard District of Columbia Allen, William Eugene Utah Allman, George Price District of Columbia Alper, Jules District of Columbia Alsop, Phillip C. New Mexico Ambrogi. Lidio District of Columbia Anadale, George Arthur District of Columbia Angle, Luther Erwin Illinois Archbold, Armar Edward Maine Ard, Lebrau Alabama Augustus, Godfrey L. District of Columbia Babcock, Henry Allen Arkansas Bacalman, Samuel Maryland Bailey, Virginia C. North Carolina Bain, William Milton Oklahoma Baker, Wimberly W. Arizona Ball, Richard Frank District of Columbia Ballance, Webster E. Illinois Ballou, Corinne E. District of Columbia Barbee, Alger Yale Maryland Barkley, Laura Louise Kentucky Barnard, Job District of Columbia Bartz, Artie E. District of Columbia Bateman, Lawrence V., District of Columbia Batten, Dallas Lee Virginia Bauserman, Robert Dunlap Virginia Bealer, Hartford E. District of Columbia Beckham, Claire Texas Beckwith, Robert Lincoln Maryland Chason, Arthur B., Jr. North Carolina Christgau, Muriel D. Minnesota Edgecomb, Delbert Lee Oklahoma Edmondson, Cathrinc Tennessee Gregg, Bruce Houston Illinois Gregory, Edward Thompson Kentucky Grimm, Winston Virginia Gross, Edith Sara District of Columbia Gross, Leonard Herbert District of Columbia Grover, Everett Ellsworth Kansas Hagen, Stanley Earl New York Hall, Francis Leonidas District of Columbia Courtenay Jones, Floyd L. District of Columbia Jones, Herbert Clayton i District of Columbia Julian, John Duane Indiana Kashower, Rovert Herman California Keblinger, Dabney L. Mississippi Keith, Robert T. Georgi: Hamilton, Kenneth BradshawKerans, Grattan Massachusetts Hannum, Floyd W. Maryland Harding, Kenneth Robert California Harrison, Stirling Murray Virginia Harvey, Herbert Noyes District of Columbia Harvey, Robert E. District of Columbia Hayden, James Robert District of Columbia Henry, Woodville T. Arkansas District of Columbia Kincannon Pettus A. Arkansas King, Francis G. Pennsylvania Kirk, Richard Lord Pennsylvania Knox, Dudley Sargent District of Columbia Koch, Carl Henry New York Koerner, Osborne S. P. Pennsylvania Lagerson, Linwood Everett Maine Hildebrand, William Rawley Lanahan John Joseph Georgia Hill, Wiley C. Mississippi Himmelfarb, Carl District of Columbia Hobbs, Wanda Nash (Mrs.) District of Columbia Hodges, Frances Hairston District of Columbia Holtzman, Max District of Columbia Horsman, Eugene S. Pennsylvania Horton, Everts New Jersey Houchins, Eugene Henry Texas Houston, Sam District of Columbia Howell, John S. Virginia Howland, Oswald Brod District of Columbia Hughes, John C. Oklahoma Hughes, Warren B. Pennsylvania Hunt, William Clifton District of Columbia Hurd Don Leslie District of Columbia Hurshman Albert R. Virginia Hutchinson, Lewis Frank District of Columbia Jacobs, Lewis District of Columbia Jay, Bernice Alyne Kansas Jelly, Norman Thomas Virginia Jobe, William Theodore Maryland Johnson, Robert Harris Virginia Johnson, Zeak William Tennessee District of Columbi; Lane, Denis Kennedy District of Columbia Lemon, Andrew Duvall District of Columbia Linkins, William H., Jr. District of Columbia Lipscomb, Elizabeth Alabama Livingston, Brice H. District of Columbia Logan, Ralph H. Kentucky Lovell, Stanley F. Virginia Loy, Thomas Harris Virginia Lutz, Carl District of Columbia McCarthy, Aloysius James District of Columbia McCloy, Wallace Stuart Kentucky McCrary, Arthur John Iowa McDaniel, Robert Smith District of Columbia McEvoy William Joseph District of Columbia McGee, Paul Benson District of Columbia McGhee, Zach South Carolina McHale, Amelia Loew Pennsylvania McKeever, John Edwin District of Columbia McLaughlin, Frank Reed District of Columbia McLean John H. South Carolina McLean, Leland George Utah Magruder, William H. Oklahoma Marchant, A. N. Y. de A. District of Columbia Marino, Paul Vincent District of Columbia Martin, George McCue Virginia Martin, James Willard District of Columbia Martin, William Henry Virginia Masco, Kathryn Mary Massachusetts Mason, Charles Alexander District of Columbia Massey, Charles F. District of Columbia Mathers, John William District of Columbia Matta, Nicolas Quinones Puerto Rico Meenehan, Peggy Agnes District of Columbia Meigs, D. Dalby (Mrs.) District of Columbia Merrick, Carlos L. Iowa Meyer, Frank Joseph Georgia Mi chie, Robert William District of Columbia Middleton, Harry E., Jr. District of Columbia Miles, Wade Metteau, Jr. Virginia Millard, Andrew Taylor Virginia Miller, Edna Mae Doris Maryland Miller, Gordon Keith Tennessee Milster, Hazel N. Missouri Mitchell, Howard William Iowa Mitchell, William B. Missouri Monaco, Joseph Ellis District of Columbia Mong, Walter Horace Pennsylvania Monroe, James Harrison Virginia Monson, Matthias Parkinson Idaho Montesanti, Dante Salvator North Carolina Moore, Warren Texas Moran, Leo Vincent Rhode Island Morency, George Adelard New Hampshire Morgan, Norman D. District of Columbia Morrill, Giles Oliver District of Columbia Morris Edgar L. District of Columbia Mueller, Herbert V. New York McSkimming, Charles Gilbert Mullaley, William Edward Missouri Missouri McSwain, George Reid Mullaly, Charles F. District of Columbia District of Columbia Neidorf, Morris District of Columbia Ney, Milton R. _ District of Columbia Nichols, Chas. Eugene, Jr. District of Columbia Nielson, Byron Haight Idaho Nolan, William Richard Massachusetts O’Brien, James Patrick Illinois O’Brien, Patrick Vi rginia Oxenburg, Harold District of Columbia Parker, James S. District of Columbia Parlin, Harry Sherwood District of Columbia Parlton, Edward J. Connecticut Peed, Roger District of Columbia Pettijohn, Kenneth Districr of Columbia Perenstein, Manuel District of Columbia Phelps, Gerald L. Minnesota Posner, Stanley I. Massachusetts Povick, Bernard Maine Powers, Jerrold Vernon District of Columbia Prince, Ellis T. District of Columbia Proctor, Harry William District of Columbia Proctor, James L. Virginia Pugh, James Roy Arkansas Pyles, Wilmer Maryland Quillin, Charles Edward District of Columbia Rabel, Floyd Andrew District of Columbia Randolph, Richard District of Columbia Reed, James E. Tennessee Reeves, Guy B. Arkansas Rhodes, Jesse Allen North Carolina Riley, Henry Ware Virginia Ring, Gustave District of Columbia Ritzenberg, Abraham A. District of Columbia Roberson, Paul Edmund Virginia Roeder, Cecil Mignonae Maryland Rogers, James W. Rosenberger, R. Joyce North Carolina Rucker, A. M., Jr. Virginia Rutley, William Clay District of Columbia Sandridge, William Mayo District of Columbia Saunders, Harry Fraser District of Columbia Saurino, Benedict New York Schmutzer, Albert D. District of Columbia Schneider, Joe Hirsh District of Columbia Schreiber, Arthur Harris District of Columbia Sclawny, Leon New York Searles, Richard C. District of Columbia Sedillo, C. Benito, Jr. New Mexico Shannon, William Edward District of Columbia Sharpe, Malcolm S. District of Columbia Sherman, Minnette District of Columbia Shields, Albert Lewis Florida Shields, Barron F. Florida Shields, Roger Denton Maryland Shipman, Morris Robert District of Columbia Shirley, Wellington Hill Virginia Shooman, Harry M. Pennsylvania Silverman, Charles Martin District of Columbia Simpson, W. R., Jr. District of Columbia Singleton, Judge Newell Illinois Sloby, Josephine Mary District of Columbia Smith, Albert Farrell Iowa Smith, Stansfield Kansas Smoak, William M. South Carolina Smoot, Ernest W. District of Columbia Snvder, Joseph J. Pennsylvania Sobel, Jack Harry New Jersey Spiker, Earl Gearing District of Columbia Stacy, John Albert Wisconsin Stewart, George Romney California Still, Samuel Hutchins, Jr. South Carolina Stratton, Elizabeth Justina District of Columbia Stroup, Sidney M. Texas Sullivan, Robert P. Maine Sutherland, William C. Virginia Tabor, John Thompson Alabama Tatum, Charles C. North Carolina Thomas, John J. Nebraska Thornton, John Francis District of Columbia Timm, William F. Maryland Traxler, William Byrd Texas Trimble, Wayne Kentucky Truax, Robert Armistead District of Columbia Trujillo, Jerry M. New Mexico Tucker, Al-Va District of Columbia Turner, Richard Weis Virginia Tyner, Margaret K. District of Columbia Ulstad, Ervin Clifford South Dakota Ures, Frank J. Illinois Vcirs, Noble Ledell, Jr. District of Columbia Vigderhouse, Bernard Dave District of Columbia Vincent, Clyde Earl Kentucky Walker, Lowell Andrew Oklahoma Wallace Thomas Lyon Mississippi Wardwell, Hilliare Powell District of Columbia Waring, George S. Mississippi Warner, Charles Thomas West Virginia Weisblatt, Ida District of Columbia Weitzer, Harold Charles Maryland Wells, Charles Albert District of Columbia Werner, Louis Theodore District of Columbia Wertz, Henry Doyle South Carolina Whitehurst, Dupuy E. Virginia Wigby, Bartley D. District of Columbia Willcher, Arthur Louis District of Columbia William, Blackburn, Jr. District of Columbia Williams, Otho Holland Maryland Williams, Robert P. Tennessee Williams, Robert Todd Texas Wilson, Charles Richard District of Columbia Wilson, James Elbert North Carolina Wilson, William Blackburn South Carolina Wood, Kenneth Darnall District of Columbia Wood rough, Frederick C. Nebraska York, John Myers West Virginia Young, Maury District of Columbia Zielinski, Henry W. Massachusetts GRADUATE SCHOOL To The Graduate School " THE CLASS of 1934 of the Law School ex- " tends farewell regards to those embryo Black- stones who constitute the Senior Class of the Graduate School. We, who are completing the course to obtain our LL.B.’s, look with envy and admiration upon those who, not content with our immediate goal, are pressing ever onward to a more perfect un- derstanding of The Law. " Doctors” and " Masters” we salute you. DOCKET LEON ARBOLIRAS PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Organizations: National University Ma- sonic Club; Modernist Party; Visayan Circle Club. Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. CONFER G. BAILEY MARYLAND Organization: Member D. C. Bar. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Degrees: A.B., LL.B. Candidate for: S.J.D. After National: Practice in D. C. CITY OF ST. LOUIS v. O’NEIL LUMBER COMPANY 114 Missouri Reports Equity aids the vigilant and not those who slumber upon their rights. T i 9 3 4 H E JOSEPH D. BRESLER PENNSYLVANIA Other Universities Attended: Univer- sity of Pennsylvania; Benjamin Franklin University. Degrees: LL.B., B.S.E., B.C.S., M.C.S. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. After National: Practice. EMMETT ROBERT CARROLL MONTANA Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; American Legion; D. C. Air Legion; Theta Nu Pi. Other University Attended: University of Washington. Degrees: B.S., M.S.„ J.D. Activities: Marshall, Sigma Nu Phi, 1932- 33. Hobby: Flying. Candidate for: LL.M. Ai ter National: Practice in Washington. SHARP v. POWELL 1842 L. R. 7 P. C. 253 Proximate cause. DOCKET ROBERT MELVIN CHARLES NEW YORK Organizations: Sigma Delta Kappa; Amer- ican Bar Association; Federal Bar Associa- tion; R. A. M.; Knights Templars; Member of D. C., New York, Vermont and Indiana Bars. Degrees: LL.B., LL.M., M.P.L. Hobby: Research. Candidate for: A.B., S.J.D. After National: Practice. BARNETT CHATLIN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Masons. Other University Attended: University of Maryland. Degree: LL.B. Hobbies: Golf; Reading. Candidate for: LL.M,., M.P.L. After National: Practice. GIRARD WILL CASE 2 Howard 125 Charitable Trusts. I 9 3 4 THE MANUEL J. DAVIS PENNSYLVANIA Organization: Pi Epsilon Pi. Other University Attended: Dickinson Law School. Degree: LL.B. Hobby: Swimming. Candidate for: LL.M., M. P. L. ESTILL EDWIN EZELL SOUTH CAROLINA Organizations: Theta Nu Pi; Tau Beta Sigma; Sigma Delta Epsilon. Other Universities Attended: Georgia School of Technology; Georgetown Uni- versity. Degrees: B.S., LL.B. Candidate for: M.P.L., S.J.D. After National: Patent Law Practice. HURTADO v. CALIFORNIA 110 U. S. 516 law is synonymous with the law of the land. D O C K E T RALPH P. HARRIS DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Phi Beta Gamma; Kappa Delta Rho; Theta Nu Pi. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: M.P.L., S.J.D. After National.: Practice. HERBERT J. HONECKER PENNSYLVANIA Organization: Sigma Delta Kappa. Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: LL.M. After National: Practice in Florida. BAKER v. BAKER, ECCLES CO. 242 U. S. 394 Will disposing of personal estate must be probated at the domicile of the decedent. THE 1934 THOMAS FRANCIS HUGHES MASSACHUSETTS Organization: Theta Nu Pi. Degree: LL.B. Hobbies: Sports; Reading. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. After National: Patent Law Practice. MILTON KAPLAN NEW YORK Other University Attended: New York University. Degree: LL.B. Hobby: Moot Court. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. After National: Practice. GOODMAN v. ALEXANDER 50 N. Y. S. 884 Infant is liable for reasonable value of necessaries furnished him . DOCKET WILLIAM EVERETT KOKEN WISCONSIN Organization: Sigma Nu Phi. Degree: LL.B. Hobby: Sports. Candidate for: LL.M. After National: Practice in Virginia. EUGENE RICHARDS LANGLEY TEXAS Organizations: Sigma Nu Phi; Masonic Order; American Legion; Military Order of the World War. Other University Attended: University of Wisconsin. Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. After National: Practice in Texas. CRAIG v. LESLIE 1818 3 Wheat U. S. 363 Equity regards that as done which in good conscience ought to be done. THE 1934 W. RUSSELL GORMAN TENNESSEE Degree: LL.B. Hobbies: Tennis; Swimming; Music. Candidate for: LL.M. After National: Practice. fred w. McConnell DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organization: Member of D. C. Bar. Degree: LL.B. Hobby: Philosophy. Candidate for: LL.M. After National: Practice. CAPLE v. McCOLLUM 27 Ala. 461 The Statute of F ratals has no application to resulting or constructive trusts. DOCKET JOHN CHESLEY MARCHAXT MASSACHUSETTS Organization : Sigma Delta Kappa. Other University Attended: Massa- chusetts Agricultural College. Degree: LL.B. Aciimiies: Past Chancellor, Sigma Delta Kappa. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. GEORGE R. MORRIS, Jr. FLORID A Organization ' s: Phi Beta Gamma: Ameri- can Legion: Member of Florida Bar. Degree: LL.B. Aciiwiits: Pan-Hellenic Council; Chief Justice, Phi Beta Gamma; Publicitv Com- mittee. Freshman Class; Executive Com- mittee. Junior Class. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. After National: Practice in Florida. McCULLOCH v. DRYLAND 4 Theatox, 516 The pouer to fax involves the pouer to destroy . THE 19 3 4 WALTER P. O’ROURKE ALABAMA Other Universities Attended: Alabama Polytechnic Institute; St. Bernard College. Degrees: LL.B., M.P.L. Candidate for: LL.M. After National: Patent Law Practice. HARVEY BOYD OTTERMAN PENNSYLVANIA Other Universities Attended: Pace In- stitute; Carnegie Institute of Technology. Degree: LL.B. Hobby: Political Science. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. PADFIELD v. PADFIELD 72 III. 322 Lack of consider ation is of no importance in an established trust. DOCKET MARK PATTERSON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Phi Beta Gamma; Ameri- can Legion; Masonic Order. Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: LL.M., M..P.L. After National: Practice. DONALD H. SANBORN MAINE Other University Attended: Benjamin Franklin University. Degree: LL.B. Hobby: Bridge. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. ' lose of another is a trespass . DOUGHERTY v. STEPP 1835 1 Dev. Bat. 371 Every unauthorized and therefore unlawful entry into the C K E T D O GERVASIO G. SESE PHILIPPINES Organizations: Member of D. C. Bar; Philippine Columbians. Degree: LL.B. Activities: President, Philippine Columbians. Hobbies: Reading; Military Life. Candidate for: LL.M. After National: Corporation and Consti- tutional Law; Practice in Philippines. WILBUR L. SHOUP KANSAS Organization: Member of D. C. Bar; Phi Beta Gamma: Theta Nu Pi. Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: LL.M., M..P.L. After National: Practice. STERRY v. ARDEN 1 Johnson Ch. 261 oid as against subsequent purchaser for cal liable consideration without actual notice . DOCKET CHAS. LAMBERT SKARREN, Jr. NORTH CAROLINA Organization: Phi Beta Gamma. Other University Attended: Wake Forest College. Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: LL.M., MJP.L. After National: Insurance Law. LEON SMALLWOOD DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Organizations: Alpha Beta Pi; Theta Nu Pi. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L., A.B. After National: Practice. SLAUGHTER v. GERSON 80 U. S. 627 The misrepresentation which will vitiate a contract of sale must relate to a material matter. THE 1934 FREDERICK T. UNGER PENNSYLVANIA Organizations: Sigma Delta Kappa; Phi Sigma Lambda. Other Universities Attended: Univer- sity of Pennsylvania; Franklin and Mar- shall College. Degree: LL.B. Activities: Vice-Chancellor, Sigma Delta Kappa, 193 3; Secretary, Sigma Delta Kappa, 1934. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. After National: Practice in Pennsylvania. E. BURDELLE USSERY SOUTH CAROLINA Organization: Phi Beta Gamma. Other University Attended: Furman University. Degree: LL.B. Hobby: Politics. Candidate for: LL.M., M.P.L. After National: Practice Before 1. C. C. BROWN v. SLOCUM 3 0 D. C. App. 5 3 6 interest , statute of limitations begins to run from date of last payment upon principal. DOCKET BERNARD VAN LOEN HOLLAND Degree: LL.B. Candidate for: LL.M. After National: Diplomatic Career. LEE WILSON, Jr. LOUISIANA Organization: Masons. Degree: LL.B. Hobby: Outdoor Sports. Candidate for: LL.M. After National: Practice. EX PARTE MILLIGAN 4 Wallace 2 The Constitution of the United States is a law for rulers and people , equally in war and in peace , and covers with the shield of its protection all classes of men , at all times , and under all circumstances. No doctrine , involving more pernicious consequences , was ever invented by the wit of man than that any of its provisions can be suspended during any of the great exigencies of government . BOOK FIVE School of Economics and Government BOOK FIVE School of E conomics TRIAL OF THE SALEM WITCHES All the American Colonies had laws against witchcraft and from the first there were occasional trials and exectuions on this charge. Most notable of all our early American trials was that of the Salem Witches, which frenzy broke out in the year 1692 mainly as the result of the teachings and writings of Cotton Mather. It was unsafe to express a doubt as to the prisoners’ guilt at one of these trials, for in fact, before the delusion ended fifty-five persons suffered torture. Today, Witch Hill in Salem is pointed out as the spot where many of these early trials took place. Government Dean’s Message I N THIS school, year, it has been my privilege 1 to associate in the class room with men and women of " eager and inquiring minds,” and it is such association that makes of class room work something more than a duty — it makes of it a pleasure and a mission. The class of 1934 yields to none of its prede- cessors in eagerness for knowledge and under- standing. It has caught the spirit of the Uni- versity — a spirit of free investigation and free in- quiry. With more feeling than I can express, I wish the members of this class God speed and many opportunities for service in the spirit of the National University. Charles Pergler. E. E .NAYLOR HENRY LAZARD - WALTER RASriAfl EDISON WHITHEY OTIS MOHUNDKO CHARLES PERGIER GEORGE Faculty of the School of WALTER M. BASTIAN Instructor in Elementary Law LL.B., Georgetown; LL.M., National HARRY F. CAMPBELL Instructor in Advertising and Marketing George Washington JAMES F. COUCH Professor of Natural Science A.B., Harvard; A.M., Ph.D., American WILLIAM BOYD CRAIG Professor of English A.B., Washington and Jefferson; A.M., George Washington RICHARD W. FLOURNOY Instructor in International Laic LL.B., LL.M., George Washington HENRY LAZARD Professor of French Graduate of the College Rollin, Paris Officer d’Academie HOWARD S. LEROY Instructor in International Relations A.B., University of Rochester; LL.B., Harvard BERNARD MAYO Professor of American History A.B., A.M., George Washington; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins toim ROCKOIV RiCHftRO PIOURHOY JAMES RUBY william cme Economics and Government OTIS L. MOHUNDRO Instructor in Interstate Commerce A.B., LL.B., D.C.L., National E. E. NAYLOR Professor of Municipal Government A.B., A. M,., George Washington; LL.B., Southeastern; D.C.L., National CHARLES PERGLER Professor of Political Science D.C.L., American; LL.D., National LEWIS ROCKOW Professor of Political Science A. B., George Washington; A. M., Har- vard; Ph.D., London School of Economics and Political Science JAMES S. RUBY Associate Professor of English and Instructor in Latin A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Georgetown University FREDERICK P. H. SIDDONS Professor of Banking A.B., University of Wisconsin; LL.B., National GEORGE B. SPRINGSTON Instructor in Constitutional History A.B., LL.B., George Washington EDSON L. WHITNEY Professor of Economics A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Harvard; LL.B., Boston University; D. C. L., American; L itt.D., National E 1934 T H JAMES CALEB BOGGS DELAWARE Organization: Kappa Alpha Order. Other University Attended: University of Delaware. Degree: A.B. Hobby: Aviation. Candidate for: M.A. ROBERT MELVIN CHARLES NEW YORK Organizations: Sigma Delta Kappa; American Bar Association; Federal Bar Association; R. A. M.; Knights Templars; Member of D. C., New York, Vermont, and Indiana Bars. Degrees: LL.B., LL.M., M.P.L. Hobby: Research. Candidate for: A.B., S.J.D. After National: Practice. LOAN ASSOCIATION v. TOPEKA 20 Wall. 65 5 " To lay with one hand the power of government on the property of the citizen and with the other to bestow it upon favored individuals . . . is none the less robbery because it is done under the form of law called taxation.” DOCKET ISIDORE L. DOMINGO PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Organizations: Filipino Club; Segnu Forum; Philippine Columbians. Hobbies: Tennis; Swimming Candidate for: A.B. After Graduation: Law School. ARCHIE T. FORD KENTUCKY Organizations: Masons; National Capitol Skeet Club. Degree: B.C.S. Hobby: Baseball. Candidate for: A.B. After Graduation: Law School. AUSTIN v. VANDERBILT 85 P. 519 Wrongful sale by pledgee has the effect of terminating the bailment. THE 1934 WING HUEN LEE CHINA Degree: A.B. Hobbies: M.usic; Tennis. Candidate for: M.A. After National: Return to China. ESTANISLAO M. MADARANG PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Organizations: Filipino Club; Philippine Columbians. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobby: Tennis. Can didate for: A.B. After Graduation: Law School. WIRT v. STUBBLEFIELD 17 App. D. C. 283 Illegality of consideration is a personal defense , available as between immediate parties , but not against a holder in due course. DOCKET PABLO P. MAMAR1L PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Organizations: Segnu Forum; Filipino Club; Philippine Columbians. Other University Attended: George Washington University. Hobbies: Tennis; Swimming. Degree: A.B. Candidate for: M.A. After Graduation: Study of Law. MARGARITO D. POLTING GUAM Organizations: Segnu Forum; Philippine Columbians. Other University Attended: Univer- sity of the Philippines. Hobby: Basketball. Candidate for: A.B. After Graduation: Law School. (Second Guam Boy to Graduate from an American University) LANDSDOWNE v. LANDSDOWNE 2 Jac. W 205 Mistake of lau sometimes relieved against. THE 1934 POLICARPO N. RULLODA OREGON Organization: Philippine Columbians. Hobby: Tennis. Candidate for: A.B. After National: Return to Oregon. RICHARD C. MARKS WASHINGTON Organization: Segnu Forum. Other Universities Attended: Univer- sity of Kansas; George Washington Uni- versity. Degree: B.A. Candidate for: M.A. BRIGHAM v. SMITH 4 Gray (Mass.) 297; 64 Am. Dec. 76 Where a conveyance is made of part of land, which left the remainder cut off from all access, an easement by implication arises. BOOK SIX FRATERNITIES BOOK S I X F R A T E THE TRIAL OF AARON BURR In the early part of the 19 th Century the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States rode the Circuits and tried cases in their jurisdictions. The most famous trial during the early part of that Century was that of Aaron Burr held in the Legislative Hall in Richmond, Virginia, before the Honorable Chief Justice John Marshall. N T I E S The Pan-Hellenic Council of National University Law School PVURING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1933, a group of three students met informally to discuss the possibility of organizing at National University Law School a Council composed of representatives of all of the Greek Letter Societies in the Law School, to promote the well being of the student body and inculate the highest ideals in the neophytes of the legal profession. As the result of this discussion rep- resentatives from five of the six societies met, pursuant to notice, on November 21, 193 3 and unanimously agreed to sponsor the organization of the Council, and appointed a committee to draft a Constitution set- ting forth its purposes. Following a series of meetings, attended by representatives of all six societies, and after much time and thought, a Constitution creating The Pan-Hellenic Council of National University Law School was drawn up, submitted to and finally adopted by all of the Greek Letter legal societies in the Law School, namely, Alpha Beta Phi, Kappa Beta Pi, Phi Beta Gamma, Phi Delta Delta, Sigma Delta Kappa and Sigma Nu Phi. On Wednesday, May 16, 1934, Dr. Hayden Johnson, as Dean of the Law School, at an assembly of the entire stuaent body called for that purpose, affixed his signature and the seal of the school to the Constitution and officially approved the Council organized thereunder. The Preamble to the Constitution reads as follows: We, the members of The Pan-Hellenic Council of National University Law School, contemplating the mutual improvement of our member societies by social contact, aiming to develop and stimulate a respect for the University and to promote its improvement, seeking the advancement of the highest ideals of ethics among our respective societies and in the University, and to establish and perpetuate a spirit of friendliness and good will, do ordain and establish this Constitution. The members of the Council consist of two representatives from each Greek Letter society — the present representatives being: Al pha Bet a Phi Harry D. Sperling Arthur Finkelstein Kappa Beta Pi Virginia Crowder Louise Roe Phi Beta Gamma George R. Morris, Jr. C. Newell Atkinson Phi Delta Delta Leda C. Amidon Evelyn Strothers SigfJia Delta Kappa Henry L. Doyle J. N. Singleton Sigma Nu Phi Laforest S. Saulsbury Dos T. Hatfield Officers of the Council, elected to serve for the first year of its existence are: President Henry L. Doyle Vice-President Dos T. Hatfield Secretary-Treasurer Louise Roe George R. Morris, Jr., one of the moving spirits behind the organization of the Council, was named President, but was re- placed by Henry L. Doyle when here returned to Florida to engage in the practice of law. Besides promoting the mutual interests of its component societies, The Pan-Hellenic Council is pledged to further the best interests of the University itself, and one of the first pro- jects on this latter phase is the revival of " The National Univer- sity Law Review,” a monthly publication, which, before is suspension, was an outstanding contribution to legal literature, containing articles on legal questions written by eminent au- thorities in the various fields of the law. JOSEPH H. CHOATE (ALPHA) CHAPTER SIGMA NU PHI FRATERNITY (legal) gratefully acknowledges the innumerable courtesies and wise counsel so generously extended by PROFESSOR GODFREY L. MUNTER PAST CHANCELLOR of the CFIOATE CHAPTER OF SIGMA NU PHI Sigma Nu Phi Fraternity (Legal) JOSEPH H. CHOATE (Alpha) CHAPTER Washington, D. C. IGMA NU PHI Fraternity (Legal) is founded upon the honorable traditions of the ancient Order of the Coif, whose noble conceptions of the great good that a fellowship of select men pursuing attainment in the Law might bestow upon their fellows and mankind, have so bene- ficiently influenced the development of legal ethics from the twelfth century to the present time as to be constantly reflected in every land where the system of jurisprudence is related to that of England. To perpetuate the spirit of such a brotherhood and ever increase its achieve- ment in suppressing prejudice, fostering open-mindedness and combin- ing courage with humility to the end that neither the progress of the individual nor the advancement of justice in the law shall ever be retarded by the defilement of the truth or the perversion of wisdom, are high among the purposes of this fraternity. The Joseph H. Choate Chapter was organized February 12, 1903, at National University, and is the parent chapter of the National organi- zation of Sigma Nu Phi. DECLARATION OF SIGMA NU PHI United by the strong tie of true brotherhood in the Uw, , e mutually resolve to labor for the good of our order, our country and mankind. We will strive to promote the well-being of students and practitioners 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 endeavor 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 lasting benefit, we humbly implore the guidance and assistance of the Ruler of the Universe. 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) University of California, San Francisco, Cal. 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, Pittsburg, 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 St. 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 HONORARY MEMBERS Hon. James M.Beck Hon. Oliver Wendell Holmes Hon. Theodore C. Bretano Hon. Frank E. Irvine Hon. Herbert J. Drane Hon. Oscar R. Luhring Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher Hon. Charles E. Millikan Hon. Jackson Ralston FACULTY ALUMNI MEMBERS John L. Cassin Thomas H. Patterson WlLI IAM A. CoOMBE FREDERICK P. FI. SlDDONS Calvin I. Kephart Conrad H. Syme Godfrey L. Munter Eugene R. Woodson Sigma Nu Phi OFFICERS Chart cell or First Vice-Chancellor Second Vice-Chancellor Master of the Rolls Regi strar of the Exchequer Marshall John Cabot White Charles F. Lanman Ralph C. Vogel Barnie P. Jones Elmer L. Haberkorn Robert M. Greenwood ACTIVE MEMBERS Adams, William M. Jaquette, Charles G. Bain, William M. Lord, Hovey Ariston Bealer, Hartford E. MacArthur, Bowman McC. Benninghoven, RoIand N. Maloney, Andrew J. Roth Benson, Chester L. Marshall, Brewster Howison Biscoe, Henry C., Jr. McGroary, Joseph Leo Boushee,Franklin McGuire, Charles F. Buell, William Charles Morison, Earl C. Buttrey, Robert Lee Moulton, Lewis Bonaparte Carusi, Eugene C. Nichols, Charles E., Jr. Christel, Conrad Parker, James S. Clancy, Joun Joseph Proctor, Charles W. Cleveland, James Y. Proctor, Harry Dahl, Everett Nordlie Quillin, Charles Edward English, Merton A., Jr. Quinn, George L., Jr. Finnegan, Paul V. Reed, Ralph R. Flaherty, James Wilson Sanford, Joseph N. Gattis, Reid W. Sanger, Charles D., Jr. Goebel, Frank A. Saulsbury, Laforest Stephen Hall, Edward M., Jr. Spotts, Julian C. Hatfield, Dos T. Stevens, Edward C., Jr. Hessick, William H., Jr. Travis, George B. Humbert, Locke Rayner Trujillo, Severino, Jr. West, Millard, F., Jr. POST GRADUATES Carroll, Emmett R. Langley, Eugene R. aaaaraa a - RftLPH C. VOGEL ' 25? VICE CHANCELLOR ELMERn l.HAbEMO N ' (LEGIST AAR OF THfc EXCHEQUER •• CHARLES FIANMAN ' ivr VIC E ' CHANCELLOR ' BAPvNIE R J0NE5 MAfTEA Of THE ROll " JOHN C. WHITE CHANCELLOR OFFICERS I 9 3 3 • 1034 M)ttP,T M6KEENV00D ' MA P- H A L L ' FRANK A.GOEBEL JAMES WILSON FLAHERTY JOHN J.CIANCV EVERETT H.06HL JOSEPH H. CHOATE CHAPTER • SIGMA • NU • PHI • 1033 - 1 934 ROIANDN.8ENNINGHOVEN CHESTER L.BENSON LEWIS ft. MOULTON ■MU1AMUUELL ROBERT 8-BUTTREY CHARIER. SANGER JR, WUUAMH.Ht5JICK.JR, EARL C.MOWfOH HARTFORD t EALER .CHARLES t.QUILUN JOSEPH H.CHOATE CHAPTER SIGMA NU PHI 1933 • • I 9 34 HENRY C. RISCOE.JR. CHARLES VV. PROCTOR, EDWARD M. HALLER EDWARD C.5TEVEN5.JR WILUAM HRAIR 5EVERIMO TRUJILLO, JR JOHN S KEhnEDY FRANKLIN B0U5HEE JAMES S. PARKER HARRY A. LORD CHARLES E. NICHOLS, JR RALPH R REED DOS T. HATFIELD ft " When All The Sheaves Are Gathered In " The moving finger writes, And having writ, moves on. 5 ’ T IME MARCHES ON! Another year passes into history and as all the sheaves are gathered in, we stop for a moment to look back upon the months that have sped so quickly from us. Trying times and troublesome, but not altogether without balm! A little keener concep- tion of the real meaning of the Spirit of True Brother hood In The Law; a pleasant evening now and then to leaven the more earnest endeavors; and an earnestness of purpose that the ideals of the Fraternity have come down to us through the years as a tradition, shall be perpetuated. The Spirit of the Fraternity has been in happy contrast to the spirit of the times. Red letter nights have supplanted red letter entries in the ledger. Who can look back upon the smokers, the initiations, and yes, the more prosaic business meetings, without a sigh of regret that these times of happpy fellowship are no more. What pleasant memories are awakened by the recollection of the dances at the University Club and at the Indian Spring Country Club, where romance and a full moon went gayly hand in hand. The year has not been without desertions — from the ranks of bachelorhood — as witness the cases of Brothers Eugene C arusi and Charles Sanger, who fell victims to the arch tyrant Cupid. May the small tokens of our esteem presented on the occasion be a constant reminder to them of the more than fraternal regard in which they are held. Good wishes in abundance we extend to Brother Edward C. Stevens, the newly elected Chancellor and to the other officers, who have assumed their respective stations with enthusiasm and whose successful adminis- tration of the affairs of the Chanter, we anticipate with fullest confidence. Abiding with us, is a well-vrounded sense of nride in the election of Brother Eugene Carusi to the Presidencv of the Senior Class and Brother Barnie P. Tones to the Editorship of the Docket. Well done, thou eood and faithful servants. Flowers for the living! To Brother Godfrey Munter, our Patron Saint, goes the full measure of thanks of half a hundred grateful hearts for being our ever present refuge in time of trouble. Surely we have not lived in vain, though the pagan philosophy of Omar reminds us that there is much that we would rewrite. " 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 . 59 HONORABLE CHARLES H. ROBB Associate Justice, District of Columbia Court of Appeals HONORARY CHIEF JUSTICE, PHI BETA GAMMA LEGAL FRATERNITY j Phi Beta Gamma Legal Fraternity BETA CHAPTER P HI BETA GAMMA LEGAL FRATERNITY was founded at Georgetown Univer- sity School Law in 1921 by four students who felt the need for a young, energetic legal fraternity which would devote its efforts to assisting the student in becom- ing an exemplary type of lawyer. It was incorporated as a National organization in 1922 and the corporation was legally established under the laws of the District of Columbia. The National University Chapter was inducted into the National organiza- tion in January, 1924, as Beta Chapter of Phi Beta Gamma. PREAMBLE TO THE CONSTITUTION We, the brethern of Phi Beta Gamma Legal Fraternity, in order to establish and perpetuate a union of brotherly love, dedicated to mutual helpfulness, service, and fra- ternalism, aiming to stimulate a respect for the law of the land and learning in its various branches, to promote zeal and ambition in its study, to maintain the high standards of the American Bar, and for the advancement of the highest ideals of ethical and profes- sional honor, do ordain and adopt this constitution as the supreme law of Phi Beta Gamma Legal Fraternity. HONORARY MEMBERS 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 , Stipreme 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, Minnesota Gamma Minneapolis College of Law, Minneapolis, Minnesota Zeta Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana Theta Jefferson School of Law, Louisville, Kentucky Iota University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland Kappa University of Miami, Miami, Florida ALUMNI CHAPTERS Minneapolis Alumni St. Paul Alumni District of Columbia Alumni New Orleans Alumni Louisville Alumni Baltimore Alumni Minneapolis, Minnesota St. Paul, Minnesota Washington, D. C. New Orleans, Louisiana Louisville, Kentucky Baltimore, Maryland KENNETH J-ZOELLEPk ASSOCIATE JUSTICE C. NEWELL ATKINSON " (IE " LOUIS CHAV SMITH ' HI STOM AN ' 111 ALLEN J. BARNARD .4. L-COMREY ' UIU LAHCEY HLPAUlN M-PSTT? JAWHPIHOM C. RULE J.?. SMITH JR. Phi Beta Gamma Legal Fraternity CANONS OF ETHICS AND RULES OF CONDUCT I Student members shall diligently strive for excellence in their studies, for only by so doing can they attain for themselves and their chapter the high standing which is expected of them and acquire such thorough technical education as will enable them properly to serve the interests of their clients and the courts in the administration of justice. II Each chapter shall establish and maintain a high standard of scholarly attainment which shall be an essential requirement for admission to it and a controlling rule of conduct for its members. Ill Members shall scrupulously avoid any dishonorable means of obtaining scholastic credit or passing the examination for admission to the Bar, for the cheating student of today is the shyster of tomorrow, and deserves no place within the order of Phi Beta Gamma. IV All members and chapters shall observe the laws and honor the traditions of the respective universities with which they are affiliated, so they may retain the approval and inspire the confidence of such universities. V The officers of all chapters shall accept as their paramount duty the establishment of contact between the student members of their chapter and eminent, honorable and exemplary members of the legal profession, so that the characters of its members may be strengthened and their ambitions fired to worthy attainment. VI Each chapter and its members shall actively contribute to the improvement of the educational facilities and the raising of the standing of the university with which it is connected to the end that the opportunities of their future brethren, who shall perpetuate his brotherhood, may be bettered and the American Bar benefited. VII Graduate members shall observe and obey the Canons of the American Bar Associ- ation and the unwritten ethics of the legal profession so they may attain that high plane of professional honor which is required of them. VIII Graduate members shall so shape their conduct and affairs that they may be qualified in all respects, both moral and professional, to associate with gentlemen, to minister in the forum of justice, and earn the respect and inspire the confidence of the world. Due Process of Law Acts, Chapter 25: Verse 16 (Festus) : " To w horn I answered , It is not the manner of the Romans to deliver any man to die , before that he ivhich is accused have the accusers face to face , and to have licence to answer for himself concerning the crime laid against him” Verse 27 (Festus) : f For it seemeth to me unreasonable , to send a prisoner , and not to signify the crimes laid against him Sigma Delta Kappa Intercollegiate Law Fraternity Character Scholarship S IGMA DELTA KAPPA was founded in 1914 by six students at the University of Michigan who believed that there was a place in the collegiate world for a fraternity whose members were chosen for their character and scholarship. From this humble beginning in 1914 has grown a truly national organization, now number- ing more than eight thousand members, in thirty-six active chapters and nine alumni chapters, drawn together by the belief that CHARACTER is the true test of manhood, that scholarship is the first duty of a student, and that participation in all worth-while forms of social and professional activity are to be encouraged as developing a well- rounded professional group. Thb active chapters of Washington, Mu Chapter of National University, Alpha !Mu Chapter of Columbus University, Alpha Rho Chapter of the Washington College of Law and the Washington Alumni Chapter feel highly honored in having Washington selected as the scene of the twentieth annual convention which will convene here in December 1934. Mu Chapter feels espcially honored as this convention will mark the completion of the third consecutive term as president of the National Grand Chapter of one of its former members, Claud M. Houchins. Plans are being completed which will make this convention a landmark in the history of Sigma Delta Kappa. Chester A. Waters Titus B. Snoddy, Jr. Frederick T. Unger Arthur A. Wright Henry L. Doyle Donald H. Sandborn Louis T. Werner Louis F. Bohraus Mu Chapter OFFICERS Chancellor Vice-Chancellor Secretary T reasurer Chaplain Assistant Secretary-T reasurer Historian Bailiff HONORARY MEMBERS George P. Barse Walter M,. Bastian Tuin B. Boone Hayden Johnson Glenn Willett Thomas A. You Charles S. Lobingier Roger O’Donnell H. Winship Wheatley 4C IgJiriskiJb Meaf etf HONO rVAIVY AVEAVBER.S SIGMA DELTA KAPPA CLAUDE M. HOUCHINS MU CHAPTER Grand President SIGMA DELTA KAPPA 1931-1934 j OFFICERS SIGNA DELTA KAPPA MU CHAPTER 1933 -34 CHESTER A WATERS CHANCELLOR HENRY L. DOYLE CHAPLA1H LOUIS T. WERNEA HISTORIAN TITUS e . Sf10DDY,UR. VICE-CHANCELLOR DONALD H. SANBORN A55‘T SECRETARY -TREASURER LOUIS f. 60HRAUS BAILIFF HERBERT J. HONECKER FRANK G. WILSON GEORGE A. MORENCY CALVIN AWYGAl JOHN C. MARCH ANT OE FOREST E. SESSIONS MELVIN B. ATKINSON RICHARD E.ALBIN MEMBERS SIGMA DELTAKAPPA MU’ CHAPTER 1033-1934 ROBERT M. CHARLES J Chapters of Sigma Delta Kappa Fraternity Intercollegiate Law Fraternity ACTIVE MEMBERS MU CHAPTER Richard E. Albin Melvin B. Atkinson Louis F. Bokraus Robert M. Charles Henry L. Doyle James N. Gardner Wiley C. Hill Alpha Gamma Zeta Eta Theta Kappa Lambda Mu Nu Xi Omicrox Pi Rho Tau Upsllox Phi Chi Psi Omega Alpha Alpra Alpha Beta Alpha Delta Alpha Epsilon Alpha Zeta Alpha Theta.. Alpha Iota Alpha Kappa .... Alpha Lamrda Alpha Mu Alpha Nu Alpha Xi Alpha Omicrox Alpha Pi Alpha Rho Alpha Sigma Alpha Tau James E. Holloman Herbert J. Honecker John C. Marchant George A. Morency Donald H. Sanborn DeForest E. Sessons Judge N. Singleton Calvin A. Wygal ACTIVE CHAPTERS Titus B. Snoddy ,Jr. Frederick T. Unger Chester A. Wal ters Louis T. Werner Albert P. Wheatley Frank G. Wilson Arthur A. Wright University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Benjamin Harrison Law School, Indianapolis, Ind. Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana Chattanooga College of Law, Chattanooga, Tennessee Atlanta Law School, Atlanta, Georgia Detroit College of Law, Detroit, Michigan National University Law School, Washington, D. C. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee San Francisco Law School, San Francisco, California DePaul University, Lav- School, Chicago, Illinois Minnesota College of Law, Minneapolis, Minnesota Hastings College of Law, San Francisco, California University of Alabama, University, Alabama St. Joseph Lav- School, St. Joseph, Missouri Chicago Kent College of Lav-, Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois Westminster Lav- School, Denver, Colorado St. John’s College of Lav-, Brooklyn, New York University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky John R. Neal College of Lav-, Knoxville, Tennessee University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland Lake Erie School of Lav-, Cleveland, Ohio Wake Forest College School of Law, Wake Forest, N. C. Columbus University School of Lav-, Washington, D. C. Des Moines College of Law, Des Moines, Iowa Los Angeles College of Lav-, Los Angeles, California Jefferson University School of Law, Dallas, Texas University of Indiana, Blomington, Indiana Washington College of Law, Washington, D. C. Jones Lav- School, Montgomery, Alabama Woodrow Wilson College of Lav-, Atlanta, Ga. Atlaxta New York Detroit Chigago Indianapolis.. Chattanooga. Dallas Washington ... Baltimore ALUMNI CHAPTERS Atlanta, Georgia .New York City, New York Detroit, Michigan Chicago, Illinois Indianapolis, Indiana Chattanooga, Tennessee Dallas, Texas Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Maryland National University Masonic Club Affiliated with the National League of Masonic Clubs A MONG THE MASTER MASONS enrolled in National University Law School are found the active members of the National University Masonic Club. As loyal Americans, earnest students and Master Masons they are assembled from the farthermost parts of this great country in their pursuit of legal training, the better to enable them to support and defend those things which their forefathers were taught, for which they later fought and died to defend. HONORARY MEMBERS Walter M. Bastian Turin B. Boone L. A. Dent George E. Edelin Bertrand Emerson ,Jr. Everett F. Haycraft F. Joehoff John B. Keeler Henry C. Keene J. C. Keiper Allen MacCullen Godfrey L. Munter Charles S. Lobingier Charles Melvin Neff Charles Pergler Julius I. Peyser Theodore D. Peyser Theodore G. Risley Charles H. Robb Milton Strasburg Conrad Syme Lynn H. Troutman Roger O’Donnell The George Washington Masonic National Memorial Alexandria, Virginia WILLIAM R.D?LANCEY Vlffc-PRE1lO£MT CHARLES M. SCHWAB ECRETAKY GEORGE WALTER 5MITH CHftPLAltt -111- ALMONER R.R.BAUM TREASURER OFFICERS OF THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY MASONIC CLUB j H . A. LORD HERALD JOHN STER A MARSHAL low uimm CHESTER UEN50N CHARLES R.BEtl ROBERT L BECKWITH JOHNR.6AL RAITR JUOSOH C.OALE ANDREW LCOMREY ROBERT l.BUTTREY ' ME M EIAS | OF THE J NATIONMUNIVERMTVM ONICCLUB 5EU6G1NSBURG REIDW. GATTIS 5 AM HOUSTON C.V MONTGOMERY CC.GUERTLER LEON G.MOm JOE N. JENNES5 LEWIS l. MOULTON STANLEY E-OTTO CHARLES B. PARKER HAROLD 6. RIPPLE J| FRED E.R06E.Y KENNETH PETRIE - MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY MAiONIC CLUB .LAFOREST S.TAUWWRy, ABE 2ANOFF MELVIN M «OTT CARL C.SMUCK MEMBERS Roy M. Alexander Lehron Ard Artie Ernst Bartz Daniel F. Boone Edwin D. Detwiler Lewis Engle Philip Herman Alfred A. Hilton Edwin P. Humphries Carl H. Koch D. F. Kull W. D. Mitceiell Leon G. Morris Melvin M. Scott S. M. Stroup Wayne Trimble C. R. Wilson Merton A. Tevyaw LIFE MEMBERS Charles A. Campbell Alvin W. Hall I Cy Pres Club " RGANIZED February 22, 1920, by four women who had availed themselves of the recent innovation which admitted women as law students at National University, the Cy Pres Club is a lasting reminder of the ideals and aspirations of its founders. With the purpose of stimulating an atmosphere of good-fellowship and a genuine respect for the high intel- lectual and ethical standards of the legal profession, the Cy Pres Club was founded; its aims have been attained in the closely bound group of women law students at the Uni- versity. The club boasts the distinction of being the larg- est, as well as the oldest, women’s organization at National. Several social functions are sponsored each year by the Club, at which it is our privilege to hear addresses by prominent members of the bench and bar. The most important of these affairs is the Annual Founders’ Day Dinner, which was held this year at the Mayflower Fiotel. The annual farewell breakfast to the women in the grad- uating class has become a most pleasant custom, marking, as it does the close of the school year. Membership is accessible to students in the School of Economics and Government, as well as to all women in the Law School. GEORGIA L ALEXANDER OFFICERS MARGARET E.EARLEV puftioem EUNICE M.J0HN50N VICE -PRESIDENT M.THAK PENCER SECRETARY GLENNAY. CROWDER ' ' 5ER6EAMTAT-APMJ Cy Press Club Margaret H. Earley OFFICERS Georgia L. Alexander President T reasurer Eunice M. Johnson Vice-President Lenora C. Graham Reporter M. Thais Spencer Glenna Y. Crowder Secretary Serge ant -at -Arms A. Luella All MEMBERS Dorothy Louise D. Meigs Frances Anderson Edna-Mae Miller Sophie Bookoff Hazel N. Milster Edith M. Boyle Anna L. Moulton Leita V. Burke Beatrice Offutt Clotilde B. Carey Hazel Philbrick Wilma Chandler Mary L. Pilchar Muriel D. Christgau Rachel Racoosin Louise Collier Kathryn Randall Ann Df.skin Kathryn Rea Zelda Dove Vf.ra W. Rhine Rose W. Doyle Louise Roe Virginia A. Dulin Annie V. Russell Cathrine Edmondson Goldie Sefken Ethel Ginberg Roselia B. Shaw Helen Goodner Minnette B. Sherman Minnette B. Hiney Josephine M. Slobey Florence Horigan Wilma F. Stern Ina Jacobsen Elizabeth Lipscomb Elizabeth J. Stratton Evelyn Strother Dorothy Malone Al-Va Tucker Anne Marchant Margaret S. Valgren Amelia McHale Frances E. Warren Lucy McLaren Mollie Weingarten Sally Wjer FLORENCE HOAIGAN KATHRYN REA 2ELDA DOVE ANNA MOULTON FRANCES WARREN MARGARET VALGREN ELIZABETH LIPSCOMB VIRGINIA DULIN MINNETTE HINEY MINNETTE SHERMAN WILMA CHANDLER ETHEIGIMBERG SOPHIEBOOKOFE HELEN GOODNER HAZEL PHILBRICK CATWRINE EDMONDSON 0EATB CE OFFUTT AMELIA MLHALE HAZEL MUSTER ANNIE RUSSELL EDNA-MAE MILLER MURIEL CHRIST6AU ROSE DOYLE LUELLA ALL ROSEIIA SHAW INA JACOBSEN DOROTHY MEIGS VERA RHINE Kappa Beta Pi Legal Sorority (International) O N DECEMBER 15, 1908, at Kent College of Law, Chicago, Illinois, there was founded Kappa Beta Pi, the oldest legal sorority for women. It had and continues to maintain for its purpose the pro- motion of higher professional standards among women law students and lawyers, and the strengthening through scholastic attainment and social activities of the ties of friendship among the members. This motive which permeates all its endeavors has enabled the sorority to become international in scope and influence; having at the present time, in addition to its thirty- nine student and eight alumnae chapters in recognized law schools of the United States, one chapter in Canada and one in Paris, France. Among the outstanding Kappas are the following: Judge Florence E. Allen, of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals of the Sixth District; Judge Genevieve R. Cline, of the United States Customs Court of Appeals, New York City; Honorable Kathryn O’Laughlin McCarthy, Congresswoman from Kansas; Judge Mary Bartelme, Circuit Court, Illinois; former Judge Kathryn Sellers of the Juvenile Court of the District of Colum- bia; Judge Mary B. Grossman; Municipal Judge Lillian West- rapp, Cleveland, O.; Judge Theresa Meikle, San Francisco, Cal.; Judge Ida May Adams, Los Angeles, California; Judge Alberta Wright, Missouri; and our beloved Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey, dean emeritus, Washington College of Law. Our distinguished sisters abroad include: Madame Suzanne Grinberg, France; Judge Freda Bahl and Dr. Martha Hagemeyer, Germany; Dr. Edith Ringwold-Meyer, Switzerland; Dr. Eugenie Lekkerker- ker, Netherlands; Dr. Bertha Lutz, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Helen Normanton and Sara Moshkowitz, England. " mm i.mmott ' kUOiim ORPHAN, ALLEN ROSE MSCABE DOROTHY MALONE HAZEL MUSTER : % » LUCY M ' LAREN GLENNA CROWDER MARY E CAVIS MEMBERS KAPPA BETA PI OMICRON CHAPTER CATHERINE E. MEYERS GEORGIAl AlilANPER MARY M ' COLLIGAN CATHERINE R RALEY - KATHRYN DOHERTY MARIOT MURPHY GRACE NORVELL WILLAJ.REED HAZEL PALMER NATHERINE ELY LOUISE ROE MILDRED FREUND VIRGINIA WRASSE ABBEY TAYLOR OMICISON CHAPTER MARGARET EARLEY VERA RHINE HELEN GOODNER MARGARET VALGREN FRANCES WARREN MAUD LANDIS 5ARA T. MERO FRANCES TERWELLEGER FLORENCE HORIGAN VIRGINIA CROWDER Kappa Beta Pi Legal Sorority OMICRON CHAPTER O MICRON CHAPTER, Kappa Beta Pi, Legal Sorority, the first sorority to be instituted at National University, was granted its charter on May 3, 1921, shortly after women stu- dents were first admited to the University. Since that time the Chapter has steadily progressed toward its goal of service and fellowship, and has kept pace with the increase of women students in the school. In order to enlarge its service to ambitious young women who are interested in pursuing the study of law, but who would be precluded from doing so because of financial conditions, the Chapter in con- junction with the University supports three scholarships each year. Omicron at all times is mindful of the purposes for which it was organized and endeavors to provide the incentive to its members whereby the legal profession may be elevated and its women members attain higher goals of achievement. For this purpose the Chapter brings to its members the opportunity to hear outstanding women in the legal field and also sponsors a number of social activities for the purpose of promoting a feeling of mutual friendship and understanding. Kappa Beta Pi Legal Sorority OFFICERS Dean Associate Dean Recording Registrar Recording Secretary Chancellor Marshall Lorena Galbraith Anna L. Moulton Eunice M. Johnson Virginia Dulin Ruth Emma Poole Hazel Philbrick ACTIVE MEMBERS Georgia L. Alexander Orpha MacKay Allen Edith M. Boyle Leita V. Burke Mary E. Cavis Virginia Crowder Glenna Crowder Catherine R. Daley Kathryn Doherty Margaret Early Katherine P. Ely Blanche EL Evans Constance Fogle Frances Dyer Foley Helen Goodner Vienne Haffner Florence Horigan Thelma James Maud Landis Dorothy Malone Rose McCabe Lucy McLaren Sara T. Mero Hazel Milster Catherine E. Myers Mary McColligan Meriot Murphy Grace Norvell Hazel Palmer Kathryn L.Rea M. Thais Spencer Vera W. Rhine Willa Jordan Reed Louise Roe Abbie Taylor Frances Terwelleger Vesta Vail Margaret Valgren Frances E. Warren Virginia S. Wrasse ASSOCIATE AND HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. Bertha Lutz Bernita Shelton Mathews Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Washington, D. C. CHAPTER ROLL Kappa Beta Pi Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Iota Lambda Nu Xi Omicron Pi Rho Sigma Tau Upsilon Phi Psi Omega Alpha Alpha Alpha Beta Alpha Gamma Alpha Delta Alpha Epsilon Alpha Zeta Alpha Eta Alpha Theta Alpha Iota Alpha Lambda Alpha Mu Alpha Nu Alpha Xi Alpha Omicron Alpha Pi Alpha Ri io Alpha Sigma Alpha Tau Alpha Upsilon Alpha Phi Alpha Alumnae Beta Alumnae Gamma Alumnae Delta Alumnae Epsilon Alumnae Zeta Alumnae Eta Alumne Theta Alumnae Chicago-Kent College of Law Northwestern University De Paul University University of Chicago Washington College of Law John Marshall School of Law, Chicago University of Texas Kansas City College of Law University of California University of Detroit George Washington University University of Michigan National University Washington University University of Iowa Cornell University Boston University Syracuse University University of Illinois University of Wisconsin University of Southern California John Marshall School of Law, Cleveland University of Minnesota Southwestern University Buffalo University Chicago Law School Marquette University Hastings College of Law Loyola University St. Louis University University of Nebraska Osgoode Hall School of Law Ohio State University University of Oklahoma University of Paris Tulane University University of Alabama University of Denver University of North Dakota West Virginia University University of Arizona St. Louis, Missouri New York City, New York Los Angeles, California Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Detroit, Michigan Washington, D. C. Kansas City, Missouri Phi Delta Delta International Legal Fraternity FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA November 11, 1911 T HE PRIMARY PURPOSE of Phi Delta Delta is the promotion of a higher standard of professional ethics and culture among women in law schools and in the legal profession. The roll of chapters includes forty-five active chapters, and six alumnx chapters. Phi Delta Delta also has its foreign associates. Among the distinguished members of the fraternity are: Mrs. Mabel Walker Willebrandt, former Assistant Attorney General of the United States; Dr. Emma Wold, who was technical advisor to the United States delegation at The Hague Conference of International Law; Miss Annabelle Matthews, member of the United States Board of Tax Appeals; Judge Mary O’Toole, of the Municipal Court, Washington, D. C.; Miss Grace Knoeller, Assistant to Chief Counsel of the Prohibition Bureau, Department of Justice; Honorable Georgia Bullock, Judge of the Superior Court of California; Judge Emma Fall Schofield, First District of Eastern Middlesex, Massachusetts; Mrs. Dora Shaw Heffner, Chief Counsel for the Southern California Legal Aid Clinic; Miss Hope Thompson, well-known international lawyer; Judge Fay Bentley, of the Juvenile Court, District of Columbia. APHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Installed at National University on July 1, 1928 CHARTER MEMBERS Anne Webster Jean Stephenson Anne Chase Zoda V. Greenlea Elisabeth K. Pender (Buchanan) ACTIVE MEMBERS Bess Phelan Jean Stephenson Laurie Barnes Mary F. Fegan Mabel Benson Sakis Mary Bigos Manning Emma B. Bauer Emma E. Harris Rosalie D. Bigos Catherine Edmondson Edna Mx Miller Mary B. Nelson Kathryn Pickett Bessie Carman Zoda V. Greenlea Beatrice D. Offutt Ida McMillan Dorothy Korte Estelle Louise Chandler Mildred M. Burke Elizabeth Anne Cook Elizabeth Pender Buchanan Eve lyn Strother A. Barbara Bartels Leda C. Amidon Lotus Van Huss H. Marguerite Edwards Emma Rutter H. MARGUERITE EDWARDS CHftPLAIH PHI DELTA DELTA ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER OFFICERS FOR - 1933-3 4 - EMMA RUTTER REPORTED LEDA C AM IDO N VICE-PRESIDENT AND TREASURER A. BARBARA BARTELS - P F t $ I DENT LOTUS VAN HUS REGISTRAR IV- BESSIE CARMAN CHANCELLOR BESS PHELAN ZODA V. GREENLEA IDA WMILLAM JEAN DYRPHRNDON LAURIE BARNES PHI DELTA DELTA ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER ACTIVE MEMBERS - 1933 • 1934 • EMMA B BAUER KATHRVNE PICKETT BEATRICE O.OFFUTT DOROTHY KORTE MARV B NELSON ESTELLE LOUISE CHANDLER ROSALIA D B1GOS EMMA E. HARRIS The Philippine-Columbians T HE PHILIPPINE-COLUMBIAN, a Filipino students fraternity to promote mutual helpfulness and brotherhood among its members has for its purpose to render educational services; to give inspiration and encouragement to deserving students in and out of school; to main- tain good-will toward fellow students; to co-operate wdth the faculty; and to honor our Alma Mater, of which we are justly proud. Many of its alumni are already successful in their chosen careers. Our organiza- tion, especially its graduating members, extends to the school and conveys to the respected faculty and students, its appreciation for the many favors and friendliness they have received and will strive to make them- selves worthy of their degrees. Today, as in the past, the Filipinos value the utility and power of true culture in their pursuit of higher civilization. The University of Santo Tomas, founded in 1611 , is the oldest institution of learning under the American flag. Against reproachful adversity, poverty and repression the country produced distinguished men of various professions of learning. Public-spirited citizens armed with hard-earned education and faith in their righteousness, valiantly challenged the political tvrany and religious bigotry of the then Spanish rulers, to enthroned Democracy and brought joy in their land. Of great merit to the sagacity and statesmanship of the Filipinos is the acquisition of the Tydings-McDuffie Bill which will grant absolute sovereignty and independence to the Philippines in the near future. Such a unique and glorious achievement realized through peaceful efforts in- stead of bloody revolution is an exception to the general procedure of establishing a state. Under America’s wise stewardship, the Filipinos prospered in all phases of human activity. The education diffused to millions of ambitious citizens marks the outstanding legacy of this great United States Republic. We, the benefactors of this humanitarian policy, will ever be grateful to the American people. Good as the Philiopine-American relation seems to be, it is far from satisfactory. Immediate remedv should be applied to check ominous consequences that mav spring from enmities among some of our people. Intimate knowledge of each other’s civilization will best assure the broth- erhood of races. The Philippines is particularly anxious to make friends with America and the rest of the world. Our Country, with many trained college graduates at home and abroad, together with our experience in governmental affairs, familiarity with American popular government, love of Democracy and devotion to our land, hopes to contribute to the prosperity, peace and happiness of mankind. Vergasio G. SeSe, President. ♦ I5IDORO L DOMINGO HIETOfclAN PABLO M.MAMARIL ' REP. T05TUOENTBOOV GEP.VAM0 6.WE PRESIDENT « P HI LI PPIN E-COLUMBIAN ■NATIONAL - UNIVERSITY ' WASHINGTON D-C. E5TANISLA0 M.MADARANG - VICE-PRESIDENT - POLICARPO N.AULLODA 6 EC.-TREA4. Alpha Beta Phi HONORARY MEMBERS Milton Strasburger Alvin L. Newmyer Isidore Hershfield ACTIVE MEMBERS A aronson, Edward A. Alper, Jules Baker, N. Myer Ff.inberg, Alex Finkelstein, Arthur V Freidson, Ben Gelfei.d, Albert Goldberg, William D. Goldberg, Reuben Gordon, Israel D. Hartstall, Morton Hyatt, Hyman Katz, Moe Kolker, Jack Kraisei., Morris Krupsaw, David Lann, Lee Lebowitz, Samuel Lichtenberg, Saul G. Millstein, Reuben K, Mindel, Saul J. Moss, Benjamin Needle, Nathan Perlmutter, Victor Pumps, Myer Resnicoff, Jack Saidman, David Shulman, Max Smallwood, Leon Sperling, Harry D. Steinman, Nathan Treger, E. Joel WILLIAM GOLDBEW LEE LAMN AOPITOR. HfifcRY D. SP1RUHC CHAPLAIN Ai .FinHEtSTEIN MARSHALL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION of the NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW T HERE are over seven thousand graduates of this Institution, of whom some eight or nine hundred reside permanently in the District of Columbia and the remainder in the various States and Territories of the United States. The Alumni Asso- ciation has founded a number of scholarships in the Law School and is active in promoting social, professional and business inter- course among its members. At a meeting of the Association held May 11, 1934 at the National University School Building the following Officers and Board of Governors were elected: OFFICERS William W. Millan, President Edwina V.A.Avery, Vice-President Frederick P. H. Siddons, Treasurer John L. Cassin, Secretary BOARD OF GOVERNORS Edward S. Bailey Edward S. Brashears Nathaniel Cayton Frederick A. Fenning Nit a S. Htnman Grace Kanode F. S. 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