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TEN NEW APPOINTMENTS MADE TO COLLEGE STAFF

Putnam Made Tutor and Instructor in Government--Sharpe, Made Assistant for Student Employment

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Ten new appointments to the staff of Harvard College were announced yesterday at University Hall. Two assistants and five instructors were appointed to the teaching staff of the Departments of Government, Philosophy, Psychology, and Modern Languages.

Russell Thornley Sharpe '28, of Eas Greenwich, Rhode, Island has been appointed Assistant Secretary for Student Employment.

Donald Cary Williams A.M. '25, was appointed instructor in Philosophy and Tutor in the Division of Philosophy W. P. Maddox has been made an assistant in the Department of Government while Charles Washburn Putnam 11 of Yellow Springs, Ohio, is chosen instructor in Government and Tutor it the Division of History. Government and Economics. Putnam went through the Law School upon his graduation from the College and then took up graduate work in the Graduate School of Arts.

Fred Simmons Keller 3G. of Tufts College, has been appointed an assistant in Psychology. L. S. Stamm has been selected as an instructor in German while D. M. Dougherty and Ernest Martin '29 will instruct in French and Spanish respectively.

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