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The Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra last night chose its officers for the coming year.
George A. Goldberg '63 of Quincy House and Mount Vernon, N.Y., was elected president, F. James Levinson '64 of Lowell House and Pittsburgh, Pa. vice-president, and Miss Christine F. Atwood '63 of Slater House and Storrs, Conn., treasurer.
Other newly-elected officers are secretary John G. Hildebrand III '64 of Leverett House and Belmont, and manager James A. Smith '62 of Adams House and Yonkers, N.Y.
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