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Three election revotes caused the Radcliffe orchestra to separate its post of vice-president-treasurer into two offices for next year, to be held by Rosamonde Drooker '51 and Constance Whittaker '53.
Joan Brockway '52 of Bennington, Vermont, and Gilman House took over duties last week as new head of the Orchestra. Martha Churchill '52 will be next year's secretary, the second consecutive time she has held this post.
The Pierian Sodality will pay tribute to Malcolm Holmes '28, retiring head of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, at a dinner tonight at the Faculty Club, which will be attended by Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra members. Miss Brockway said of Holmes, "Mal has kept a unity of spirit among us. We have enjoyed working with him both musically and socially."
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