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Edward O. Miller '37 was elected fencing captain for the 1937 season yesterday.
Miller, who lives in St. Louis, Missouri, attended the Roosevelt High School there. At Harvard he has taken part in epee matches. He is six feet three inches, and weighs 175 pounds.
He is succeeding Philip E. Lilienthal '36, who lead the team through a very successful season.
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