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Lowell Members Elect Four Men to the House Committee

Tabler, Overton, Watt, and White Are Selected

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In elections that called forth a record turnout of 200 voters, Lowell House carried out its balloting for House Committee members yesterday at lunch and dinner.

Two Juniors out of four nominated and likewise two Sophomores from four nominees were elected. The Juniors were Douglas William Overton of Concord, New Hampshire and William Benjamin Tabler of Momence, Illinois. The Sophomores were William John Watt of Larchmont, New York, and Leavitt Sargent White of Plainfield, New Jersey.

These men take office immediately and in a meeting Thursday will select their own officers.

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