John Herbert Dean, of Cohasset, Stanton Whitney, Jr., of Red Bank, New Jersey, and Guy Scull Hayes, of Andover were elected respectively yesterday to the presidency, vice-presidency, and secretary-treasurership of the Junior Class, R. H. Martin '34, retiring president, announced last night.
Only 317 members of the Junior Class cast ballots for their officers, and the vice-president was elected on 83 ballots.
Dean, who prepared for Harvard at Exeter, was elected captain of next year's football team in December. In his Freshman year, he was a member of the football and hockey teams and vice-president of the class. This year he is a member of the track team as well as full-back on the football team, and a member of the Dunster House Committee. Whitney, who prepared at Groton, was substitute quarterback on this year's football team. Hayes prepared at Andover, and is a member of the Instrumental Clubs and associate hockey manager.
The voting was as follows:
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