Ten Participants Named to Attend Salzburg Seminar

The nominating committee announced yesterday its appointments of ten participants for this summer's Salzburg Seminar, an international student program convening annually in the Austrian city.

The Harvard undergraduates chosen were David Binder '53, of Minneapolis and Leverett House, History and Literature; Milan Kerno '54, of Parway Village, N.Y. and Lowell House, Government; Roger Moore '53, of Sherbourne, Mass. and Dunster House, History and Literature; and Peter Westergaard '54, of Belmont, Mass. and Eliot House, Music.

The committee also selected Barbara Jay of Detroit doing graduate work in economics, and Elaine Ryan of Yonkers, N.Y., a graduate student in American studies.

Four Harvard graduate students were picked: Marshall Cohen 2G, of Long Beach, N.Y. and Conant Hall, Philosophy; Frederick Holborn 3P. A. of Hamden, Conn, and Winthrop House, Government; Seymour Salamanovitz 2G, of Detroit and Conant Hall, Social Relations; and Christopher Wright 3G, of Chicago and Lowell House, Philosophy.