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YOUNG ELECTED ASSISTANT MANAGER OF 1931 ELEVEN

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Hamilton Young '33 of Newton, a graduate of the Newton Country Day School, has been elected assistant manager of the 1931 football team and will succeed P. M. Whitman '32 next year. Whitman took over the managership after the football banquet in New Haven, Saturday night.

Arthur Oakley Brooks '33 of New York City, who prepared at Groton School, was elected second team manager and will be associate manager of the University football team during 1932-33. Henri Joseph Bourneuf '33, of Chestnut Hill and a graduate of the Newton Country Day School, was named class team manager.

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