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Phi Beta Kappa

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The Iota Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Radcliffe elected the following 19 girls yesterday: Joan C. Biella, Near Eastern Languages and Literatures; Leslie M. Crane, History; Lucy A. Bergson, English; Ruth Wells Chapman, History and Literature; Susan Trafton Edmunds, Classics; Frances Toby Shachat, Biology; Deborah Fiedler, History and Literature; Ruth A. Ryan, Chemistry; Brenda Sue Baker, Applied Mathematics; Patricia E. Moyer, Chemistry; Kathleen A. Birk, Sanskrit and Indian Studies; Joanna F. Seltzer, Social Studies; Marie I. Montamat, History; Dale Rosen, Social Studies; Ronnie E. Feuerstein, Government; Arden Aibel, Social Relations; Elizabeth S. Gimbel, English; Karen Johnson Train, English; Sarah Campbell Blaffer, Anthropology.

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