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GARDNER REPLACES LITTLE

As Secretary to the Corporation.--Very Prominent in Athletics.

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George Peabody Gardner, Jr., '10, of Boston, now a student in the Business School, has been appointed secretary to the Corporation, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of C. C. Little '10.

Gardner was a member of the track team for three years, played one year on the baseball team, and three years on the hockey team. He was intercollegiate tennis champion in 1907, and captain of the team for 1909-1910. He was president of the Student Council during the last half of his Senior year, vice-president of the Union, and a member of the 1910 Class Committee.

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