The Harvard-Radcliffe Catholic Club announced its officers for 1965 yesterday. Chosen were: President, David R. LaRoche '66, of Quincy House and Franklin, New Hampshire; First Vice-President, Michael R. Merz, '67, of Kirkland House and Dayton, Ohio; Second Vice-President, Geza P. Serenyi '66, of Dunster House and Boston; Secretary, Margaret P. Kortiander '66, of Jordan J and Pasadena, California; and Treasurer, Mary T. Stillman '67 of Henry House and New York City.
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