Derek C. Bok 3L, a Stanford graduate and a resident of Beverly Hills, Calif., has been elected as Chief Marshal of the Class of 1954 at the Law School.
At the same time, J. William Doolittle, Jr. 3L, a graduate of DePauw and Wheaton, III., was elected treasurer, and George T. Roumell 3L, a Michigan graduate from Grosse Pointe, Mich., was voted Secretary.
The executive council of the graduating class was also elected. The four members are Fred Wyle 3L, Herbert P. Wilkins 3L, Robert A. Kelly 3L, and Donald Kome 3L.
The executive council, which has still to appoint three more members from the class, will act as liaison between the group and the other officers. These three, plus the full Executive Council, will help the other officers in arranging future class functions.
As Marshal, Bok will preside at all class affairs and will work in conjunction with the secretary, who is responsible for reporting every five years on the activities of the members of the class.