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Robert Saltonstall Jr. '33, of Readville, has been elected president of the class of 1933, according to an announcement made yesterday by S. L. Batchelder, temporary executive chairman of Freshman affairs. Joseph Rotch Frothingham '33 of Boston was chosen vice-president, while the office of secretary-treasurer went to Leon Adams Francisco of Danville, Virginia.
In the three-day election period 683 votes were cast, 57 more than last year. The preferential system of balloting was used, voters indicating as many choices as there were candidates for the different offices.
Saltonstall is the captain of the 1933 hockey team, and last fall played end on the Freshman football eleven. This spring he expects to compete for a seat in the first year crew. He prepared at Milton and Exeter. Frothingham prepared at St. Marks. He is out for the Freshman squash racquets team, and expects to take crew this spring.
The results of the elections are as follows:
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