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34 Harv. L. Rec. 1 (1962)

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VOL. 34        CAMBRIDGE. MASS., FEBRUARY 1, 1962      NO. 1
Class Election Scheduled

Class of 1962 elections will be held Tues-
(lay, February 20, the recently-formed Ad
Hoc Class Committee has announced. Stu-
dents desiring to be elected to a position in
the Class government must submit their
nominating petitions at the Receptionist's
Desk by 5 p. in., Monday, February 12.
The election rules which have been adopt-
ed for the 1962 Class Elections appear in a
memorandum prepared by the Ad Hoe Com-
mittee. Copies of this memorandum are
available at the Distribution Center and the
Receptionist's Desk in Langdell Hall.
The Class of 1962 will elect a Class Mar-
shal, Class Secretary and three Class Com-
mitteemen. This body will then elect, with
due regard for geographical representation,
four other class members to serve on the
Class Committee.
The Class Marshal serves as master of
ceremonies at Class functions and initiates
and co-ordinates activities of the Committee.
The Class Secretary maintains liaison with
the Law School Alumni Office and initiates
reunions every five years. The Secretary
customarily prepares a newsletter contain-
ing information about class members. The
Class Committeemen serve as the regional
liaison with the Secretary and often initiate
and co-ordinate regional and local alumni
activities,

The Ad Hoc Committee will post early in
February a tentative draft of the Class
Charter for third year students to examine.
Richard B. Dyson, Salem, New Hamp-
shire, is the Chairman of the Ad Hoc Com-
mittee. Serving with him are Mary Ann
Abend, Syracuse, New York; Nancy J.
Cribbs, Rochester, Minnesota- Clark P.
Giles, Salt Lake City, Utah, George L.
Kelley, Jr., Belle Harbor, New York; and
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Talent Sought
For Variety Show
By John L. Worden III
An all-out search for talent for the second
annual (new series) Law School Variety
Show is on, it was announced today by Rich-
ard Glazer, 3L, Trenton, New Jersey, chair-
man of the Dormitory Council's Theatre
Sub-committee.
All types of talent, including but not limit-
ed to acting, singing, writing and direction,
are needed for the production scheduled for
Saturday, March 24.
Last year's show, presented to a capacity
crowd at Radcliffe's Agassiz Theatre, was
called the entertainment highlight of the
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