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P.B.H. NAMES GRADUATE SECRETARY TONIGHT

Amazeen Retires After Five Years of Service, Lately Shared Duties With Dennett and Brainerd

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Though one President of the University, one head of the Department of Hygiene, and several new Brooks House cabinet officers issue from the service center after the annual dinner tonight, what P.B.H. men and the public are chiefly interested in is the name of the new Graduate Secretary of the House.

Edward S. Amazeen '31 is through at the end of five years' service. During the past year he had divided his duties with Raymond S. Dennett '36, former president, and Edward I. Brainerd '35; but next season withdraws completely into private business.

New officer's of the center who will be announced are the members of the Cabinet. The names of the executive trio, Rolf Kaltenborn '37, president; William H. Schmidt '37, vice-president; and John B. Bowditch '37, secretary-treasurer, were made known April 6.

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