The Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra announced last night the election of officers for 1965. Elected were President Karen A. Monson '66 of Moors Hall and Newburgh, New York; Vice-President Edgar G. Engelman '67 of Lowell House and San Mateo, California; Treasurer Janis Richter '67 of Holmos Hall and Abbington, Pennsylvania; and Secretary Ti Bodenheimer '67 of Holmes Hall and Salt Lake City, Utah.
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