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Meeting yesterday at the Weston Golf Club, the Harvard Engineering Society, New England section, held its annual outing in a joint session with the undergraduate section of the society.
The day was featured by baseball, tennis, golf, and several informal track events, and prizes for the winner were awarded by Mark M. Osborn '08. The odd-numbered classes, which opposed the even classes in the baseball game, carried off the cup, which was won in 1932 by the team captained by Albert Haertlein '16, associate professor of Civil Engineering.
Closing the day's activities was a dinner at which Paul Nichols '16 president of the society, presided, and at which a new member of the executive committee was chosen. The terms of the officers do not expire until next year.
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