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Forty-seven Juniors have agreed to serve as ushers for the Class Day exercises according to announcement made yesterday by William G. Morse '99, purchasing agent to the University. Mr. Morse has charge of arrangements for these exercises which take place during the week beginning Monday, June 20.
Those who will act as ushers, taking care of guests and supplying information, are:
C. Russell Allen, Head Usher; Nathaniel G. Benchley, Frederick S. Bigelow, Alden S. Blodget, Jr., Sherman Brayton, John L. Dampeer, Nathanael V. Davis, John C. Develin, John T. dunton, John Dwinell, Morris Earle, Francis C. Eaton, John W. Ewell.
Volney W. Foster, Fellowes D. Gardner, William T. Glendinning, Lincoln Godfrey, Jr., John MacD. Graham, Hubert H. Hauck, S. Trafford Hicks, Jr., Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., Francis Keppel, Francis X. Leary, John P. Lee, George F. Lowman;
Wiley E. Mayne, Donald M. McKellar, Jr., George vonL. Meyer, 3rd, Charles L. Moore, Arthur Oakes, 3rd, George F. Roberts, John A. Roosevelt, Renouf Russell, David W. Shean, Jr., Carl Shirley, Donald C. Sleeper, John B. Stevens;
Robet C. Stuart, Robert Sullivan John N. Thorne, Jr., George F. Tyler, Jr., Caspar W. Weinberger, A. Judson Wells, Jr., Robert T. Whitman, Edward F. Whitney, and Crocker Wight.
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