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Freshman Red Book Appoints Three to Head Committees

Edgerton, Glaser, Stern Will Manage Different Boards


Announcement of the appointing of three chairmen for Freshman Red Book committees was made yesterday by John L. Donnell, editor of the Red Book. John D. Edgerton, of Ithaca, New York, Robert J. Glaser, of University City, Missouri, and Joseph S. Stern, Jr., of Cincinnati, Ohio, were named to head the activities, literary, and sports boards respectively.

Selection of Edgerton, Glaser, and Stern came as a result of competitions lasting approximately six weeks. The other members of their boards will be appointed later, as the competition for these candidates has not yet ended definitely.

Pictures which will be used in the Red Book are now being taken by photographic candidates vieing for places on that board. The results of this competition will be announced next month, according to Donnell. He set the time of the Red Book for some time in May.

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