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W. M. Hickey '27 was elected president of the Tau Beta Pi honorary fraternty' at the Harvard Engineering School last night J. C. Harold '27 was erected vice-president.
The resignation of R. T. Bunker 4 ES as president of the Harvard chapter owing to his duties as Instructor in the Civil Engineering Department precipitated the early elections.
Tau Beta Pi corresponds to Phi Beta Kappa, among the Engineering Schools throughout the country. Its members are chosen for their scholastic ability and personality. As present there are only ten men in the Harvard, chapter but new members will be taken from the upper fourth in scholastic rating of the Engineering Seniors within two months.
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