Tavenner's work and Trial update
Willis Mahoney writes a very frank letter to Keenan requesting that all be done to ensure Osmond Hyde's return to the prosecution team to help out Frank Tavenner. Describes the hardships of the job entrusted to Tavenner, and praises Tavenner for his admirable leadership qualities. Characterizes D. N. Sutton as doing a good job but "lacks orderly administrative ability" and as a result of his "nervous temperament he scatters his ability and for that reason Frank must constantly be alert to assist him." Praises Sol Horwitz and Cole, Sandusky and Steiner for their hard work. Stresses the importance of securing Hyde's return to ease the burden on Tavenner. States that "the whole atmosphere of our organization has been lifted to anew high from an organization torn by dissension, intrigue and inefficiency in so many places" as a result of Tavenner's leadership.