In balloting held yesterday and Tuesday Cleveland Amory was elected Secretary of the Senior Class, heading a slate of seven elected to the Class Day Committee and six to the Permanent Class Committee.
Amory nosed out Robert M. Bunker by nine votes out of a total of 341 ballots cast for Secretary. Richard S. Benner received 90, and Charles A. Meyer 58.
Clarence E. Boston received a wide margin in election to the Permanent Class Committee, followed by James Tobin, Winthrop S. Jameson, Jr., Benjamin F. Dillingham, Henry E. Russell, and H. Rushton Harwood, Jr.
Clifford W. Wilson, Richard P. Hedblom, Oliver P. Bolton, Edmund L. Cherbonnier, Joseph A. Patrick, J. Spence Harvin, and Kenneth L. Booth will be in charge of Class Day activities.
Class Committee Results
Unsuccessful candidates for the Permanent Class Committee were headed by Robert E. Lane and Lawrence F. Ebb, with 117 ballots each. Following Lane and Ebb were Myron L. Cohen with 111; Francis F. Foley, 110; Robert T. Gannett 2nd, 110, Ulyssess J. Lupien, Jr., 110; Gordon S. Ierardi, 109; Arthur L. Johns, 107; Paul R. Wentworth, 107; Robert A. Sears, 102; Donald L. Daughters, 102; Harold M. Curtiss, Jr. Jr., 91; Richard R. Flood, 87; Thomas D. Duane, 84; Roswell Brayton, 82; Thomas L. Talbot, 70; Nicholas Mellen, 63; Joseph C. Donnelly, '41; and Charles D. Dyer, III '41.
Class Day Balloting
The runner-up in the vote for the Class Day Committee was Robert E. Strider, having 186. Others on the ballot were: Hughes Call, 163; John M. Johansen, 158; Bruce Foster, 149; William W. Austin, 136; Edward H. Schoyer, 102; Samuel L. M. Cole, 102; Philip H. Walker, 97; Hunter Hendee, 74; Frank Dunn, Jr. 73.