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Woman Wins Pardon for Mate During War, Studies Law, Graduates

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The ability which Mrs. Eva Zucker, 43, displayed when she won a pardon for her husband when he was convicted of violation of the Espionage Act in 1917, was shown when she was graduated in the June class of St. John’s University School of Law.

Dr. Zucker, who had been sentenced to a fifteen-year-term for alleged radical tendencies during the World War, is a dentist in College Point. Mrs. Zucker personally interviewed President Wilson and obtained a pardon for her husband.

Friends of Mrs. Zucker urged her to become a lawyer. It took her a long time to make up her mind, but once convinced that the law was her calling, she began to study.

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