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Terence Cogley '65-1, of Kirkland House and Santa Barbara, Calif., has been elected president of the Harvard Advocate for 1962-1963.

Other new officers include: Michael Cain '63-3, of Kingston, R.I. and Sidney Goldfarb '64, of Lowell House and Peabody, Pegasus; Mary V. Seager '64, of 124 Walker St. and Tecumseh. Mich., secretary; Phillip Hecksher '65, of Lionel Hall and New York City, treasurer; and David Swanson '64, of Adams House and Wauwatosa, Wis., business manager.

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