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Six Men of 1939, Three of '40 To Be Chosen, With Eight More to Be Appointed


Three Juniors and four Sophomores have been petitioned to run for the Student Council elections tomorrow it was revealed last night by Francis Keppel '88, retiring president of the Council. Those petitioned are Clarence E. Boston '39, Donald L. Daughters '39, Lawrence F. Ebb '39, Michael P. Grace '40, John F. Kennedy '40, Martin J. Lydon '40, and Torbert H. Macdonald '40.

The complete list of those running for election are:

Class of 1939

Cleveland Amory, Oliver P. Bolton, Clarence E. Boston, Robert M. Bunker, Charles L. Burwell, William L. Calfee, Edmund LaB. Cherbonnier, Harold M. Curtiss, Jr., Donald L. Daughters, frank P. Davidson, Lawrence F. Ebb, Ellsworth S. Grant, Robert L. Green, Jr., Albert J. Hanlon, Jr., Francis A. Harding, Jr., J. Spence Harvin, Richard P. Hedblom, Hunter Hendee, Robert E. Lane, Laurence S. Levy, Robert E. L. Strider, Richard H. Sullivan, James Tobin, and Paul R. Wentworth.

Class of 1940

Eugene V. Clark, L. Blair Clark, John L. Donnell, Mason Fernald, Michael P. Grace, Theodore L. Haziett, Jr., Thomas V. Healey, Frederick Holdsworth, Jr., F. Rockwell Hollands, John F. Kennedy, James D. Lightbody, Jr., Charles D. Lutz, Jr., Martin J. Lydon, Torbert H. Macdonald, Douglas Mercer, Phil C. Neal, and Samuel W. White, Jr.

Six Juniors and three Sophomores will be elected, after which these nine will meet to appoint five more Juniors and three more Sophomores. On May 25 the new council will meet to elect their officers.

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