17 Cornell Law Forum (Student ed.) 1 (1964-1965)

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Law Forum

VOLUME 17              ITHACA, NEW YORK -  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1964  NO. 1
Law School Welcomes Its New Professors and Class of 1967

DAVID LOUIS RATNER

WALTER EUGENE OBERER

ERNEST F. ROBERTS, JR.  QUINCY WRIGHT

WILLIAM W. OLIVER
(Visiting-Spring Term)

ROBERT A. ANTHONY

Cornell At A Glance

Orientation Information

The University
President: James A. Perkins
Faculty: About 1,245 full-time on
campus.
Enrollment: More than 12,000 stu-
dents.
Academic Units: New York State
College of Agriculture, College of
Architecture, College of 'Arts and
Sciences, Graduate School of Busi-
ness and   Public  Administration,
School of Education, College of
Engineering, Graduate School, New
York State College of Home Eco-
nomics, School of Hotel Administra-
tion, New York State School of In-
dustrial and Labor Relations, Law
School, Medical College, Cornell
University - New  York   Hospital
School of Nursing, Graduate School
of Nutrition, New York State Veter-
inary College.
The Campus
Cornell has a 400-acre campus, 161
major buildings in Ithaca, in addi-
tion to the New York Hospital-
Cornell Medical Center in New York
City, Cornell Aeronautical Labora-

tory in Buffalo, New York State
Agricultural Experiment Station in
Geneva.
The Cornell Centennial
Cornell anticipates its Centennial
Year in 1965 with plans to meet the
continuing challenge for excellence
in education, has embarked upon a
$73.2  million  campaign. Jansen
Noyes, Jr., of New York City, is
general chairman; headquarters is at
66 Beaver Street, New York 4, N. Y.
University Finances
Current Operating Budget, 1963.64:
$110,500,000.
Where it comes from: Federal, 34%;
State, 18%; tuition, board, 20%;
gifts, 7%; endowment income, 4%;
others, 17%.
Where it goes: Salaries, 28%; de-
partmental, 17%; research, 14%;
related, 13%; administration, gen-
eral, 9%; plant, 8%; educational,
4%; student aid, 4%; library, 3%.
Research: Over 1,200 projects sup-
ported by some $50,095,000 in grants
and contracts from government, in-
dustry, private foundations.

TELEPHONE:
For answers to any questions during Orientation, the
number to call is AR 5.5174.
Ithaca Information-1 13
Cornell Information (on campus)-Ext. 112*
(off campus)-AR 3-4321
Hughes Hall (office)-Ext. 3767
(dining) -Ext. 4797
Law Library-Ext. 4236, or 3344
Lounges-Ext. 4384
Law School Bookstore-Ext. 3415
Main Office-Ext. 3626, or 3527
Cornell Safety Division-Ext. 5211
(off campus, to report a fire)-272-3131
Gannett Medical Clinic-Ext. 3493
Willard Straight Hall (student union)-Ext. 3450
Movie List-Ext. 3330
Weather Forecast-AR 3-3660
* Add AR 5 to any Extension phone number when
calling from a non-extension telephone.
CAMPUS TOUR:
Leaves from Willard Straight Hall
9:30-1 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
11:30 a.m. Sat.
Worthwhile reading-Guide to Cornell University,
General Information Announcement and Welcome
to Coinell may be obtained at the Visitor Information

Center inside the east entrance of Day Hall or by
writing to the Announcements Office, Day Hall.
EVENTS:
Sunday, Sept. 20-Sage Chapel Service, 11 ann.; Cornell
United Religious Work assembly in Alice Statler Audi-
torium, followed by Open House at Anabel Taylor Hall,
8 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 21-University Registration, Barton
Hall; Lecture--Creative Problem-Solving by James
B. Maas, Asst. Dean of Students, Bailey Hall, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 23-Church Receptions
Baptist-First Baptist Church, DeWitt Park.
Catholic-Memorial Room, Willard Straight Hall.
Christian Science-Founders Room, Anabel Taylor.
Episcopal-Big Red Room, Noyes Lodge.
Evangelical-Edwards Room, Anabel Taylor Hall.
Friends-Blue Room, Anabel Taylor Hall.
Jewish-One World Room, Anabel Taylor Hall.
Latter-Day Saints-Room G21, Anabel Taylor Hall.
Lutheran-Lutheran Church, 109 Oak Ave.
Methodist--St. Paul's Methodist Church, 402 N. Aurora
St.
Orthodox Christian-St. Catherine's Orthodox Church,
301 Bryant Ave.
Presbyterian and Reformed-Chapel, Anabel Taylor
Hall.
Unitarian-Unitarian Church, Aurora and Buffalo Sts.
United Church of Christ (Congregational and E&R)-
First Congregational Church, 309 Highland Rd.

A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Cornell Law School.
I hope that you will find here an environment which will
be friendly and stimulating to you and which will encourage
you to study law with diligence and high purpose.
I urge you to approach this new part of your life with
vigor and enthusiasm, with fresh curiosity, and with the
realization that you are in the process of becoming a part of
a learned profession which holds particular significance in
our society, one in which character and responsibility, as well
as skill, are essential.
We are glad to have you here and look forward to our
association with you in the years ahead.
Ray Forrester

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