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Announcement was made last night by E. C. Haggerty '27, President of the Junior class, that the committees for this year's activities have been appointed. Fifteen men were placed on each of the Prom and Entertainment Committees.
The following were appointed to the Prom Committee: John Randolph Burke of Milton, Chairman; Cecil Irton Wylde of Boston and Leo Francis Daley of Andover, vice-chairmen; Clement Duane Coady of West Newton; Henry Wilder Foote of Boston; Walter Rockwell Gherardi of Chevy Chase, Md.; Courtlandt Sherrington Gross of West Newton; Sarrell Everett Gleason of Evanston, III.; Samuel Haydock Hallowell of Readville; Carl Gustave Ture Lundell of Dorchester; John Schuyler Malick of Cincinnati, O.; Robert Allen Pinkerton of New York City; John Livermore Prescott of Norwood; Howard Slade of Cambridge; and Henry Sewall Woodbridge of Brookline.
Fifteen Men on Entertainment Committee
The Entertainment Committee consists of Joseph Delano Hitch of Denver, Col., chairman; Ernest Francis Camache of Everett and John Fonda Ward Whitbeck of Bronxville N. Y., vice-chairmen; Dwight Barnum of Boston; Alexander Donald of Milton; Edwin Farnham of Belmont; Lewis Henderson Gordon of Flushing, N. Y.; Gerard William Govan of Allston; Carl Melville Lindner of Medford; Alfred Henry Miller of Dorchester; Bayard Livingston Kilgour of Cincinnati, O.; Geoffrey Platt of New York City; Henry Longfellow deRham of Cold Spring, N. Y.; James Edward Tobin of Boston; and Henry Russell Wood of New Bedford.
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