After a competition which has lasted more than five weeks the 1916 Red Book Committee has elected the following 16 men from about 45 competitors to its editorial staff. Art--D. Loring, Jr., of Portland, Ore., and H. F. Weston, of Haverford, Pa.; Cuts and Pictures--L. W. Coleman, of Chicago, III., J. T. French, of West Newton, A. S. Penbody, of Malden; Copy--P. S. Davison, of Davenport, Iowa, T. L. DeCamp, of West Modford, W. Edgar, of Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., H. M. Huggan, of Boston, J. L. Kimberly, of Buffalo, N. Y., G. Lamont, of Englewood, N. J., J. E. Lancaster, of Worcester; Advertisements--S. C. Almy, of Cambridge, R. F. Herrick, Jr., of Milton, F. P. Magoun, Jr., of Cambridge, W. C. Sanger, Jr., of Sangefield, N. Y. The committee will meet in the Committee Room of the Union this evening at 8 o'clock.
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