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1941 Officers Take Over From '40 At Annual Meeting of the Crimson

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The annual meeting of the Harvard Crimson was held yesterday afternoon at which time the 1940 board relinquished their posts to the officers-elect of the 1941 board. The officers retiring included President Blair Clark, Managing Editor Sheffield West. Business Manager John J. Sisson. Editorial Chairman Garfield Horn. Executive Editor Charles N. Pollak H. News Editor Ralph Cutler, and Photographic Chairman Julisu Agoos. Each of the retiring officers read reports of the activities of their respective departments from the 1939-40 period.

The members of the 1940-41 board who assumed executive offices yesterday are as follows: Spencer Klaw of Carmel, New York, President: Alfred J. Gilbert of New York City. Managing Editor: Field Haviland, West Orange, New Jersey, Advertising Manager; Henry Doerr III of Minneapolis. Business Manager; Richard Edwards of Pittsburgh. Editorial Chairman: William Pyne of Darion, Connecticut, Executive Editor: P. Donald Peddle of Minneapolis, Sports Editor: Julian Sobin of Boston. Circulation Manager: and John C. Cobb of Milton. Photographic Chairman. They will serve until February 1. 1941.

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