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The Harvard Dramatic Club will meet at 4:30 this afternoon in the Loeb library to elect a new president, secretary and executive board.
Frederick H. Gardner '63 declined the nomination for president yesterday, leaving the field to Thomas E. Vachon '63. Outgoing HDC president Charles W. Hayford '63 said that new nominations would reopen the contest.
Asked to assess the major problem which will confront the new executives, Hayford said "it will not be the Loeb, but rather getting the people who can work to do so."
Elsewhere last night, the Dunster House Drama Society voted to issue mimeographed reviews of forthcoming plays to "supplement the CRIMSON'S evaluations."
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