Huntington Resigns Post

Freshman Dean Will Join Naval Reserve

Christopher Huntington '32 assistant dean of the College, has resigned his position in University Hell to enter the U. S. Naval Reserve, it was announced last night. Nominated to carry on his work in the Dean's Office is Edward Whiting Fox '35, Teaching Fellow in History and Freshman Advisor

Since September, 1940, Dean Huntington has been in charge of part of the Freshman Class. He has also been one of the Head proctors in the Yard, and at the time of his resignation was a Teaching Fellow and tutor in German.

The retiring dean was graduated from the College cum laude in English Literature. The next few years he spend in study abroad, and he returned to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in 1935, receiving his master's degree in German in 1935.

After a year as teaching assistant and graduate student at the University of Wisconsin, Dean Huntington came back to Harvard in 1937 as instructor and tutor in German, and proctor in the Freshman halls.

Fox, whose appointment is still tentative, since he has yet to be approved by the Corporation, received his doctor's degree this February. As an undergraduate and graduate student he was librarian at Winthrop House. He also taught in History 1.

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