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Eliot Takes Over Hanford's Course


Thomas H. Eliot '28, director of the Massachusetts "Little Hoover Commission," will take over Government 140a, the course on state government taught by A. Chester Hanford, professor of Government, before he became ill.

Provost Buck approved the appointment of Eliot to the post Wednesday, Rupert Emerson, chairman of the Department of Government, said yesterday, Eliot, whose official title is director of the Special Commission on Revision of the State Constitution, taught here once before as a guest lecturer on party politics.

Last February Eliot was involved in a newspaper attack upon the Little Hoover Commission by W. E. Mullins of the Boston Herald, although Mullins concentrated mostly on another member, Charles R. Cherington '35, associate professor of Government.

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