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In charge of all Freshman student povernment from now until March, the Union Committee selections for 1937-38 were announced last night by Kendric N. Marshall '26, Secretary of the Union.
The choices were made by Marshall following 62 nominations by the 23 Freshman proctors, and with the advice of Student council representative J. Spence Harvin '39, and last year's chairman, Douglas Mercer '40.
The Men Selected
John Frank Brooks of Salem, from Loomis, lives in Mower.
Edward Langdon Burwell of Buffalo, from Lafayette High and Exeter, lives in Straus.
John Marshall Cregor of Indianapolis, from Shortridge High, lives in Stoughton.
Richard Spelman Eustis of Chestnut Hill, from Kent, lives in Grays.
Henry Hornblower, 2nd of Boston, from Milton and Andover, lives in Holworthy.
Langdon Parker Marvin, Jr. of New York, from Groton, lives in Holworthy.
Arthur Clayton Meler of Council Bluffs, Iowa, from Abraham Lincoln High, lives in Matthews.
Homer David Peabody, Jr. of San Diego, California, from San Diego High, lives in Weld.
Gerald David Roscoe of Dorchester, from Boston Latin, lives at home.
George Graham Thompson, Jr. of New York, from St. Marks, lives in Wigglesworth.
William Redman Tully of Allston, from Boston Latin, lives in Weld.
David Day Wells of Birmingham, alabama, from Ramsay High School, lives in Thayer.
Of the above, nine men were selected by Marshall. Of the other three, Roscoo is representative of the commuters, and Brooks and Tully held their positions automatically, the former as Red Book chairman, the latter football captain.
Marshall selected this, the fifth Union Committee, by an examination of the records of the men in entering college, with the advice of the proctors.
They will hold their first meeting tonight at dinner in the Union at 6:15 o'clock
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