Clipped From The Atlanta Constitution
of the law and inspire in them confidence In the law and in its Just and humane administration thus making them law-abiding citizens after their discharge. Four Women Will Receive the Right To Practice Law Thirty-one students of the Atlanta Law school will receive diplomas this evening when graduation exercises will be held in Judge Newman's .courtroom in the Federal building at 8-15 o'clock presided over by bean Hamilton Douglas. The class includes four women the largest number ever graduated at one time. A. .T. Orme. prominent Atlanta at torney will deliver the address of the evening and the valedictory will be read by William Thomas Varda- man winner of the school's highest honor. Sam Kassewltz who recently won the faculty medal for oratory will give the prize oration the subject of which is "The Strength of a Nation. P. E. narrower will lead in the singing- of the "Star Spangled Ban ner "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "God Save the and law-abiding. FourWonen t e T f rec ive' beheld courtro 'the' 8 :15 o er e ever at- and'the by'WlIllam S mXassewitz. tnefaculty wlUgive the'subJectof s ofaXatloD S angled.Dan nd L u The .A thesubject ¬ , - . " - ¬ ¬ ' . . - ' , . , . . . . ¬ , , - , ' . , - ' ¬ , , " . " . . - " ¬ , " " ¬ " " - " . . , . . - ' _ , ' : ! , . ! ! ! , - , . . . & ' . : ' . . ' . : ' : ' . ' ; , ' " , ; . ' " . , , . - . , ' - . ' - . .