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MARSHALL, KEPPEL ANNOUNCE MEN FOR UNION COMMITTEE

Committee Will Appoint Chairman on Advice of Last Year's Committee at Third Meeting

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Ten appointments to the Freshman Union Committee were announced yesterday by Kendrick N. Marshall '21, secretary of the Union, and Francis Keppel '38, Student Council member in charge of Freshman affairs. Two more will be added within a week when the Freshman football captain is elected and a representative from among the commuters is chosen.

Chairman Will Be Elected

Mr. Marshall plans to have the committee elect a chairman at their third meeting, an innovation suggested in the report of last year's committee. The first meeting will be tomorrow evening at 6 o'clock in the Union.

The various activities of the class such as dances, hobby groups, speeches, and entertainments will be apportioned to the different members of the committee in whose fields of interest the activities lie.

List of Appointments

The following are the first appointments: Henry A. Burgess, Weld 24, Shapidan High School, Sheridan Wy., William C. Coleman, Hollis 28, Kent School, Eccleston, Md.; John L. Donnell, Matthews 8, Webster Grove High School, Webster Grove, Md.; Vinton Freedley, Mower A-31, St. Paul's School, New York City; Frederick Holdsworth, Jr., Holworthy 2, Milton Academy, Brookline.

Christian M. Tauritzen, Stoughton 22, Chicago Latin School, Chicago, Ill.; Douglas Mercer, Wigglesworth A-31, Belmont Hill, Brookline; Walter Ridder, Straus B-31, Portsmouth Priory School, New York City; Phil Neal, Grays 33, Oak Park and River Forest High, Oak Park, Ill.; Herbert Scheinberg, Matthews 21, De Witt Clinton High School, New York City.

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