When the CRIMSON went to press this morning, results of the election for mayor in Boston gave the victory to Andrew J. Peters '95, ex-Secretary of the Treasury. His plurality was from 8,000 to 10,000 votes over Mayor Curley, according to a statement given out by former Mayor John F. Fitzgerald in admitting the defeat of his own candidate, Congressman James Gallivan of South Boston, who ran third.
Andrew J. Peters '95 Elected
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