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SENIORS Class of 1916 OFFICERS President Gregory Creutz Vice-president Evelyn Costello Secretary-Treasurer Le Roy Shafer Representative on Executive Committee John Haynes Representative on Athletic Committee Harry Hirsh Representative on Oratorical Committee Lester Gray ' LA IV Page SOS
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History of College of Law 1896— Nov. 1898— June. 1901— July. 1898-1904. 1904— April. 1907. 1908. 1911. 1916— April. Organization of Los Angeles Law Students ' Association. Migraton, ' existence. Incorporation into Los Angeles Law School. Becomes " Los Angeles College of Law. " Various reorganizations and the following men serving as Deans: James B. Scott, Edgar W. Camp, Lewis A. Groff, George L. Saunders, and D. M. Hammack. Organized into and becomes part of the University of South- ern California. Nomenclature: " College of Law, U. S. C. " Frank M. Porter, Dean ; Gavin W. Craig, Secretary. Summer school organized. Post Graduate course added leading to degree of LL.M. Night course of four years instituted. Moves to present location. Frank M. Porter still at the helm. Now the fourth largest Law School in the United States. INTERESTING STATISTICS 1905 . 1906, 1907, 1908 1909 1910 Enrollment .. 61 1911 . 385 93 1912 480 123 1913 510 167 1914 610 235 1915 632 335 1916 700 Facultv 40 LAW Page 302
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Senior History A history must be written — but we will not append our signature to this article so as to be held liable for any remarks herein stated. A senior is a modest creature, and as modesty forbids, we must not extol the virtues of our members too fully. Nevertheless justice demands, and we heed those demands, that some mention be made of some of our notables. Let us in all justice to ourselves note the fact that we have a Beau Brummel (Young) as well as a tramp ( ?), that we have witty (Coultras, Haynes and Hirsh) fellows as well as nuts ( ?), that we have handsome (Mattoon, Mor- ton and Morrow) fellows as well as monkeys (?), and other specimens too numerous to mention. We can debate and to attest that fact we point with pride to Morton, Haynes, Creutz, Mattoon, Horowitz, Daze, Cohen and Haslett. Verily a veritable army. As to those athletically inclined let us mention Holloway, Watkins, Hirsh, Counts, Haynes and Elmore. Let us not forget that a great number of our illustrious ones have by various, devious and sundry ways managed to pass over, around and underneath the bar, whichever way you wish to look at it. Politics has claimed and charmed us. Wayne Fisher, if you please, served as Freshmen President, Lynn Young held the reins during the Junior year and now Creutz sits on the throne. Morton is now Student Body President. We humbly wish to announce that we were there oratorically, athletically and politically — and furthermore we must state that our respected co-students, Collins and Morton, bid fair to shatter all scholarship marks ever hung up by any student leaving this college. Ere we forget let us extend to everyone with whom we have become ac- quainted and have labored, members of the faculty, officers of the school, " Pat " Millikan, and students our sincerest appreciation and thanks of the goodwill extended us. Memories of these acts will long remain, and at times of reflection and as the years speed on. Alma Mater will become all the dearer. LAW Page 304
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