ready proved an excellent thing in many ways. The members of the class are brought closer together; they have a better chance to discuss what their class has been doing and what has been going on since they left Cambridge; and the association supplements well the work of the Harvard Club. There are no regularly elected officers, but an executive committee, consisting of Arthur H. Lockett, John Harsen Rhoades, Jr., and Alexander M. White, Jr., has general charge of whatever work is necessary.
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