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Resplendent in Sam Browne belts and glittering buckles, 33 Harvard students of the R.O.T.C. will receive their commissions and certificates in Harvard Hall at 10 o'clock on June 17.
A special section will be reserved for University members.
A large number of the men are from this year's graduating class, with a few from the Junior class, and a small proportion from the Harvard Law School.
Those receiving commissions for the Reserve Corps will sign the Oath of Office at the conclusion of the ceremonies and their names will be placed on the list of men to be called for active service in case of war. The list of commissions and certificates follows:
Max L. Baughman, Charles R. Bennett, Claude J. Bove, James H. Dixon, James E. Downes, Joseph H. Good, John B. Hamblet, Lawrence H. Kahn, John S. Marsh, Victor D. O'Brien, William V. A. Hansen, William McGonagle, Henry E. Mitchell, George H. Nee, Theodore M. Nordbeck, James M. Sampson, Edwin J. Selbert, Joseph W. Stanley, Chalmers E. Sweeney, Peregrine White, Charles W. Yungblut.
Albert E. Berry, Harry F. R. Dolan, Philip H. Dolan, Albert D. Foster, Jr., Verner S. Gaggin, Jr., Hubert J. Kelley, Paul D. O'Brien, William Reardon, William J. Robinson, John D. Sicher, Roderick H. Sears.
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