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Norman Thornhill was installed as president of the Harvard University Employees' Mutual Benefit Association at the society's annual dinner at Adams House last night.
The association was founded in 1936 to provide for the welfare of its members and to promote friendship among the employees of the University.
Over 200 members of the organization ate the roast beef dinner and listened to short speeches by officers of the University. Edward Reynolds '15, administrative vice-president, Edward S. Mason. Dean of the Graduate School of Public Administration, and Francis M. Rogers, Dean of the G. S. A. S.
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