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William H. Young '42 has been appointed Head Cheerleader to succeed D. Donald Peddie '41, Bill Bingham, director of Athletics announced yesterday. His assistants will be Charles A. Griffith, Jr. '42 and john d. Rigby '42. One more junior will be picked, and three Sophomores will be elected from a competition to be run off in the spring.
With the appointment of Young and his assistants, a new policy is inaugurated. Previously, cheerleaders have been chosen immediately before the football season. Beginning next year, however, they will be chosen immediately after the Yale game.
Young will begin next year by teaching Harvard cheers to future Yardlings at the first meeting of their class. Meanwhile he will have cheerleaders placed at the Yale basketball game on Saturday, and he is open to all suggestions regarding new yells.
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