2 Legist [i] (1941-1942)

handle is hein.journals/lgst2 and id is 1 raw text is: The Legist                                                            Volume 2
October 1941                                                          Number 1
Contents
Page
What ho, let's got ............................       1
Don't you agree?..... ......     .....       ..... ... 1
Vlho does the pushing; a proposed plan for records
and  briefs .......................................* . . .  2
Our first ten dollars. ............. . .... ... ......2
On the exchange; report by Elizabeth Finley ...o... 3
Radio beam or flood light; a review of the services
in administrative law. By L.HS ................ 4
Announcing B.A. Index. By L.H.S ........................ 4
Just between us ...................      ............. .. 5
W;ell wishes..... ............. ...*........... 5
Wedding bells ........................ ......... 5
First case for a D.,A. Librarian.... ............. 5
Good neighbors all...... ............             5 ....... 5
Home talk..   ......            ..*             5
Rothman holds one pair.... ..........   ........   5
Westward, Ho.. ...................      ....   . 5
Call for volunteers ................. ........... 6
Dry land s6ilors..............................,. 6
In memorium: Helen S. Moylan ..................., 6
Goodby Sir Angus-W;elcome Professor Wiebster ....... 6
Laws of New York, 1941 1odel.....................e 7
Convention day memories............................. 9
The Glad Hand ....................                     9
~          tries.. 5

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