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BROOKS HOUSE ELECTS DAUGHADAY PRESIDENT

146 BALLOTS, SENT IN BY MEMBERS IN ANNUAL ELECTION

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The election of C. Colton Daughaday, Jr. '38 as president featured the results of the annual election of officers as announced by Phillips Brooks House yesterday. The new officers will have charge of P.B.H. affairs for next year with their term of office to begin with their formal installation at the House banquet.

Daughaday was elected with a seven vote lead over his nearest competitor, Edward T. Ladd '38. He was Chairman this year of the Committee On Transition, assistant chairman of the Social Service Committee, and a member of the Personnel Committee this fall.

The new vice-president is Sheldon Ware '38, an oldtimer of P.B.H., who has been working for it since his Freshman year. He was chairman of the Social Service Committee.

Francis Keppel '38, the incoming secretary-treasurer, is a member of the Student Council this year and he worked on the Social Service Committee.

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