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Phi Beta Kappa Elects Juniors

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Phi Beta Kappa has announced the election of the Junior Twelve of the class of 1970. This is the first year that Phi Beta Kappa has elected 12 instead of 8 juniors. When the chapter's constitution was re-written last year, the Senior Sixteen was also increased, to 24.

Those elected are: Scott A. Boorman, Quincy House; Steven J. Kelman, Adams; Howard D. Kirshenbaum, Winthrop; Peter D. Kramer, Winthrop; David A. Lerner, Quincy; Edward McGaffigan Jr., Winthrop; Robert E. Mintz, Leverett; Matthew C. Mole, Eliot; Ronald B. Ponn, Eliot; Paul S. Viita, Leverett; Milton C. Weinstein, Dunster; and Marshall S. Wolff, Winthrop.

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