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The administration will begin tomorrow to review 13 candidates for the Mather House mastership suggested by the Mather House student selection committee, the chairman of the panel, Lawrence R. Golding '77 said yesterday.
The committee selected the 13 from a list of over 40 names suggested by Mather House students in January.
Mather's Senior Common Room submitted its own list of candidates for the mastership this week.
An administration committee consisting of Presidents Bok and Horner, Dean Rosovsky, Dean Whitlock and Francis M. Pipkin, associate dean of the Faculty, will meet to review the two candidates lists tomorrow.
Bok will try to make the final choice on Mather House master by June, when F. Skiddy von Stade '37, master of Mather House, will retire.
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