In the second set of elections yesterday and Tuesday, 547 Seniors cast ballots to select Richard T. Davis as Secretary, six men to the Permanent Class Committee and seven to the Class Day Committee.
Heading the slate in the Permanent Class Committee election was Francis Keppel with 337 votes, followed by Charles G. Hutter Jr., With 293, Edward L. Barnes with 262, Peter T. Brooks with 231, Caspar W. Weinberger with 229 and H. Bruce Griswold with 210.
Elected to the Class Day Committee were: Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. 395; George F. Lowman 287; John C. Harkness 260; Joseph F. Nee 254; Gibson Winter 252; Ralph L. Pope Jr. 214; and Elliott B. Knowlton 207.
Following Davis, who was elected Secretary by a comfortable margin, came Alexander C. Northrop, track Captain, Robert Sullivan, and S. Trafford Hicks, Jr., hockey captain, in that order. Davis lives in Medford, was on the Junior eight of Phi Beta Kappa.
Of those elected to the Permanent Class Committee, Keppel is President of the Student Council, Secretary of Phillips Brooks House and Chairman of the Eliot House Committee. Hutter is captain of Harvard's first major swimming team. Barnes is chairman of the Leverett House Committee and President of the Glee Club. Brooks is on the Jayvee crew and the Ski team.
Weinberger was Managing Editor and President of the CRIMSON, treasurer of the Student Council and a member of the Dunster House Committee. Griswold is a business editor of the CRIMSON and on the Lowell House Committee.