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John McDougal Atherton, 2nd '40, of Glenview, Kentucky, has won the sophomore football managerial competition, retiring manager Robert T. Whitman '38 announced Saturday night.
Frederic Holdsworth, Jr. '40, of Brookline, was second in the competition, while Frederick R. B. Witherby '40, of Providence, Rhode Island, finished third.
Atherton will become Varsity manager in his senior year, assistant Varsity manager next year. Holdsworth will be manager of the Junior Varsity as a Senior, while Witherby will have charge of the Freshman managerial competition in his Senior year.
The candidates were notified of the Competition's results in a letter given to each by Whitman after the Yale game Saturday.
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