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WHITE APPOINTED NEW COMMUTER SECRETARY

Former P.B.H. and Crimson President Named to Run Rebuilt Quarters in Dudley Hall

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Peregrine White '33 of Beverly, has been appointed Secretary of the new commuter center which is being built in the first floor of Dudley Hall. White, a former CRIMSON president and president of Phillips Brooks House, is a first year student in the Law School.

In college, White was especially interested in the status of the commuters, and made an extensive study of the situation, which was published in the Alumni Bulletin.

The choice of the Dudley Hall first floor for the center of commuter college life, was made this winter after Phillips Brooks House had refused to undertake the task for another year. The general administration of the center is under the charge of a committee of graduates consisting of Allston Burr '89 chairman, Joseph Hamlen '04, R. Amml Cutter '22, and Walter A. Smith.

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