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39 Harv. L. Rec. 1 (1964)

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VOL. 39             CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SEPTEMBER 18, 1964                  SPECIAL
544 to Register Today
Youth is the distinguishing feature of this year's entering
students who, collectively, have been rated a very high-
powered class by Admissions Director Louis A. Toepfer.
With an average age which rounds off to 21 years, some
544 persons are expected to line up at Langdell Library's
south end today to register. Although the number expected
is approximately the same as last year's, and the number
accepted, 826, is exactly the same, this crop for the Class of
'67 has been gleaned from an ever-expanding field of appli-
cants. To be precise, there were 2682 applications for the
class as compared to 2332 in 1963 and 2003 in 1962.             Dean Griswold
First year students with surnames beginning with the
letters A through K register between 9 a~m.                                       I
and noon today, and those with surnames LI Austin          Refurbished
to Z register between 2 and 5 p.m.
Dean Erwin N. Griswold and other meae-     Carpenters and painters have been work-
bers of the administration will formally wel- ing hard this week preparing Austin Hall
come the Class of '67 to the school at 4 p.m. for the opening day of classes Monday.
Sunday in Austin Hall's Ames Court Room.     Vice Deani kbig A. Toepfer predicted late
Following the Dean's address, a reception  last week that the interior would be sub-
will be held for the class at Harkness Corn- stantially ready by today. He proudly called
mons.                                      Austin a much-improved building.
Third-year students will register in Lang-  Austin East and its twin Austin West
dell's reading room Monday between 10 a.m. will each seat 175 students. Brightness and
and noon and between 2 and 4 p.m.; second- airiness have replaced darkness as the key-
year students will register during the same  note to the two rooms, Both rooms, and the
hours Tuesday.                             corridor which connects them. benefit from

better and more judiciously placed lights. In
Austin North, new long desks have replaced
the cramped individual ones,
Further additions to Austin's corridor in-
clude a long bulletin board and a plush study
noel: v-hich features black leather seats and
red carpeting,
One of Austin's most striking improve-
ments is the refinishing of the beams in the
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First year students desiring writing ex-
perience before their inevitable elevation
to Law Review next fall might enjoy a
brief journalistic carcer on the RECORD
theretofore. If interested, come to the
smoker Friday, Oct. 2, 4-6, in Holmes Hall.
Second-year students are also welcome.

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