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Annual elections to the Winthrop House Committee will be held early next week, it was announced by the House Committee last night. Two Juniors and one Sophomore will be elected, the whole house voting on the list of nominees drawn up by the present members of the committee. Juniors nominated were Arthur Oakes, Eugene Emerson, Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., John W. Erhad, Albert M. Harlow, Charles L. Moore, Theodore P. Robie, and A. William Asmuth. Sophomores nominated were Jonathon G. Butler, Robert M. Bunker, Francis A. Harding, Jr., Robert M. Burnett, and Benjamin A. Smith. Following the elections Dr. Ronald M. Ferry, House Master, will appoint one Sophomore from the class at large to serve on the committee.
Squash Tournament Next Week
A Winthrop House squash tournament will be started next week under a new plan drawn up by the House Committee last night. There will be a permanent cup which will be up for competition each year, in addition to single cups awarded to the winner each year for his permanent possession.
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