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ASSERTION OF BLUE TINGE IN CABINET IS UNFOUNDED

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If President Hoover selects B. L. Young '07 as first assistant attorney general, as some rumors have had him do already, Mr. Young will be the third Harvard alumnus to be appointed to a post of high honor by the new Chief Executive.

Nothwithstanding the declaration of the "Yale Daily News" on the morning of Election Day that Mr. Hoover gave the Blue "a 2 to 1 victory over her Cambridge rivals in the cabinet appointments," Harvard actually has two of her graduates in that body, C. F. Adams '88 being Secretary of the Navy and W. F. Brown '92 the Postmaster General. In addition, the new Secretary of State, H. L. Stimson, who was graduated from Yale College, studied at the Harvard Law School from 1888 to 1890, and received the degree of Master of Arts here in 1889.

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