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L. Gard Wiggins, the University's administrative vice-President was elected treasurer of the Harvard Co-Operative Society at a recent meeting of the stockholders of the company.
Wiggins was elected to fill the term of Russell H. Hassler, Associate Dean of the Business School, who resigned this spring. Hassler left Harvard to take a job with a public utilities company in Hawaii.
The temporary term will run until November, 1962. Wiggins will then probably be re-elected to the position for a full term.
At the same stockholders' meeting, Milton P. Brown, professor of Business Administration, was elected to take over Wiggins place on the Coop's board to directors.
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