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Results of the Dramatic Club's annual elections were announced last night by Robert W. Woodward, '40, member of the Executive Committee. Samuel L. M. Cole, '39, succeeds Howard R. Patch, Jr. '38, as president of the Club.

Other positions were filled by John Barnard, '39, as secretary and James J. Storrow, 3rd, '40 as treasurer. The new Executive Committee consists of Robert W. Woodward, '40, Irving H. Chase, '39, and L. John Profit, Sp.

John W. Sever, '40, publicity director, said that the next production by the Club was scheduled for sometime in the middle of April. Five plays by students and several others by noted playwrights are now under consideration.

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