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GADE NAMED PRESIDENT OF INSTRUMENTAL CLUBS

WOOD TO BE MANAGER OF NEXT YEAR'S ORGANIZATION

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Frederick Herman Gade '31 of New York City was elected president of the University Instrumental Clubs at a meeting held last night. Francis Stacy Holmes '31 of West Roxbury will be the vice-president of the 1930 executive staff.

Robert Irving McKesson '31 of New York City and William Frost Mann of Brookline were elected to the posts of secretary and treasurer respectively. Robert Richards Wolcott '31 of Cambridge will act in the capacity of librarian to the new organization.

Hart De Witt Wood '30 of Honolulu, Hawaii will head the managerial staff aided by G. W. Lewis '32 who recently won the post of assistant manager.

Charles Weil Eiseman '30 of Boston was elected to lead the Mandolin Club, while George Wright Briggs of Taunton, will head the Banjo Club. C. M. Under-hill '30 was reelected to the post of Vocal Club leader while B. D. Hanighen '30 will take up the leader's baton before the Gold Coast Orchestra.

Announcement was also made that Moses Ware '02, who has recently assumed the duties of graduate secretary for the clubs will continue in that post next year, aiding in the general management of the club concerts.

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