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Advocate Elects and Dines

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At a meeting of the editors of the Advocate held last evening, the officers for next year were elected. The new president is Steddard Benham Colby '21, of Amherst; John Brooke Wheelwright '21, of Boston, is the first holder of the new office of "Pegasus"; Emerson Low '21, of Detroit, Michigan, is secretary, and Roy Edward Larsen '21, of Brookline, is the new treasurer.

The fifty-fourth annual dinner of the Advocate will be held this evening at 7 o'clock at the Harvard Club of Boston. About forty guests are expected, including a large number of graduate editors and the present board. At this occasion a new custom will be introduced, that of initiating the recently elected editors at the annual dinner. The candidates taken on will give the usual initiation play. Winthrop Wetherbee '87, senior member of the Board of Trustees, and H. S, Ross '13, chairman of the Board, will speak, the Rev. E. R. Shippen '87 will sing the Advocate song, according to long-standing custom, and L K. Garrison 1L., the retiring president, will turn the magazine over to the new board.

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