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The CRIMSON takes pleasure in announcing the election of the following officers to next years' executive board: William Murray Simmons '52 of Chicago and Winthrop House as President; Rudolph Kass '52 of Cedarhurst, New York, and Dunster House as Managing Editor; William Summer Holbrook '52 of Los Angeles and Lowell House as Business Manager; David Louis Ratner '52 of New York City and Eliot House as Editorial Chairman; Marlowe Arthur Sigal '52 of Easton, Pennsylvania, and Claverly Senior House as Photographic Chairman.
Other officers named to the new executive board were Edward Joseph Coughlin, Jr. '52 of Newton and Dunster House as Sports Editor; Frank Brandeis Gilbert '52 of New York City and Eliot House as Associate Managing Editor; and Robert Leroy Wiley, Jr. '52 of St. Paul, Minnesota, and Lowell House as Advertising Manager.
The new officers' term begins in February.
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