23 Harv. L. Rev. 291 (1909-1910)
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FRANCIS R. APPLETON, JR.,        JAMES L. KAUFFMAN,
WILLIAM D. BANGS,                ROBERT K. LANDIS,
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ELLIOTT E. CHEATHAM,             SAYRE MACNEIL,
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REUBEN B. HUTCHCRAFT, JR.I,      CHARLES M. ROGERSON,
ALBERT F. JAECKEL, 2ND,          WILLIAM W. THAYER,
JACOB J. KAPLAN,                 HARRISON TWEED.
GUY EMERSON, Business Manager.
JAmas BARR Auxs, Dane Professor of Law and Dean of the Harvard
Law School since 1895, died at Wilton, N. H., January 8, i91o. Many
are the teachers whose intellects command the admiration of their students,
but few are those for whom their students feel a real and sincere affection.
Dean Ames was both admired and loved. The genius of his clear mind
was our inspiration and made to thrill with live and human interest, sub-
jects which might have proven dry and tedious. His kindly interest and
ever present sympathy in our work brightened our student lives. Though
tireless in his own labors, he was never too busy to hear our often trivial
questions or to help us in our difficulties. He never sermonized: his life
was a sermon.
As a Trustee of the HARVARD LAW REVIEW since its founding and as a
frequent contributor to its pages, Dean Ames has been to this Review a
friend for whose services we are deeply grateful. It is planned to make the
March issue a memorial number.
THE LAW SCHOOL.- Professor Samuel Williston, LL.B. 1888, one of
the founders of the HARVARD LAW REVIEW, has been appointed Acting
Dean. The courses in Pleading and Equity II will be conducted, for the
rest of the school year, by Mr. Austin W. Scott, LL.B. i909, and the course
in Equity III by Mr. Charles F. Dutch, LL.B. 19o5, both former editors
of this Review.

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