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35 Harv. L. Rec. 1 (1962)

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Griswold to Greet New Class

About 535 Are Expected
Dean Erwin N. Griswold will formally greet more than
500 members of the first-year class at 4 P. M. Sunday in the
Ames Court Room in Austin Hall.
Early this week, the School had 544 acceptances for the
class, including twenty-three women. Admissions Director
Louis A. Toepfer said he expected last minute withdrawals to
cut the total to about 535. This is just about the right size,
he said. Last year's class began with 558.
Registration for the first-year students will be held
today in the Langdell Library. Persons with surnames begin-
ning with the letters A to K will register between 10 A. M.
and noon. Those with names L to Z will register between 2
and 4 P. M.

Dean Griswold
Review Staff Named
New York City area residents with Ivy
League backgrounds dominate the list of
twenty-five second-year students selected for
the Harvard Law Review as a result of their
ranking at the top of their class. Eleven of
the twenty-five come from the New York
metropolitan area, and ten of the eleven
attended Ivy League schools.
The eleven New York City area residents
chosen were Michael Boudin, New York and
Harvard; Owen M. Fiss, New York and
Dartmouth; Stanley N. Futterman, Brooklyn
and Columbia; Albert S. Pergam, Flushing
and Yale; Stuart P. Posner, New York and
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Third-year students will register Monday
between 10 A. M. and noon, or 2 and 4 P. M.
Second-year students will register during the
same hours Tuesday. Upperclassmen may
register during either of the two sessions,
regardless of last name.
Following Dean Griswold's opening ad-
dress Sunday, the class is invited to a recep-
tion and roast beef dinner at Harkness
Commons. All teachers of first-year courses,
the teaching fellows, and members of the
Board of Student Advisers have been invited.
Attend our smoker on Thursday, Sep-
tember 27. Watch for details in our first
regular issue on the same day. All stu-
dents, including first-year, are invited.

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