The Freshman Class barely reached the--required 60 per cent quota yesterday in its election of officers, a total of 566 ballots being cast.
Leo Francis Daley of Andover was elected president; Clement Duane Coady of West Newton, vice-president; John Randolph Burke of Milton, secretary-treasurer; and Isadore Zarakov of Cambridge, student council member.
The newly elected officers have all been prominent in Freshman athletics. Daley was football captain and made his numerals in hockey; Coady was captain of the undefeated hockey team and a football regular; Zarakov was a stellar performer on the gridiron and on the ice; Burke was manager of Freshman football.
The voting was as follows:
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