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C. P. FORDYCE '23 TO TAKE FOSTER'S PLACE AT UNION

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Clifton Powell Fordyce '23, of Hot Springs, Arkansas, has been appointed Secretary of the Governing Board of the Harvard Union for the year 1923-24. He will take the position left vacant by Francis B. Foster '17, who has resigned, to join an engineering concern in New York, after two years of service under the title of Graduate Manager of the Union.

Fordyce is manager of the baseball team and is also an editor of the CRIMSON and a member of the Student Council. He will enter the Law School next autumn, and carry on his Union work at the same time. He will have charge of arrangements for Union lectures, meetings, and entertainment's, and in general will be the executive officer of the Governing Board.

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