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!A. U. Elects 7 New
Members of Board of
! Trustees, Re-elects 9
Seven new members have been
elected and nine members re-elect
ed to the Board of Trustees of
American University. Robert V.
Fletcher, chairman, announced yes
terday.
Elected for six-year terms, the
trustees represent various fields of
work as advisers. The new trus
tees include:
Donald R. Richberg, District law
yer, who represents the fields of law
and government; Marion H. Hedges,
research director, International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,
labor; R. M. Davis and H. Dudley
Swim, business.
Representing the alumni are: Maj.
Gen. Willard S’. Paul, director of
personnel and administration, War
Department General Staff, mili
tary affairs; Dr. James Hoffman,
atomic chemist of the National Bu
reau of Standards, sciences, and
John Williams, accounting.
The nine trustees re-elected are:
Dr. Dobert M. Lester, George C.
Williams, chairman of the univer
sity Committee on the Budget;
Howard W. Jackson, Dr. Benjamin
W. Meeks, Dr. J. S. Gruver, Howard
W. Booher, George Clarke, Paul
Cromelin and Justice E. Barrett
Prettyman of the United States
Court of Appeals.
At the same time, the university
announced the appointment of Wil
burn J. White, jr., to the School of
Social Sciences and Public Affairs
as an assistant professor of psychol
ogy. Prof. White formerly was as
sociated with Dr. J. F. Dashiell of
the University of North Carolina in
psychological laboratory work.
Dummit and Clements Win
Kentucky Nominations
By 1h« Associated Press
LOUISVILLE, Ky„ Aug. 7.—Al
most complete tabulations from Sat
urday's primary elections showed
yesterday that Attorney General.El
don S. Dummit, Lexington Republi
can, and Representative Clements,
Morganfield Democrat, will meet in
the November general election for
the governorship of Kentucky.
With less than 400 precincts out,
Mr. Dummit held a lead of approxi
mately 10,000 votes over John Fred
Williams of Volga, State superin
tendent of public instruction. Jesse
■ Knox of Frankfort trailed with 2,865.
Mr. Dummit's total for 3,713 of
4,045 voting precincts reached 65,243
and Mr. Williams polled 54,476 votes.
Harry Lee Waterfield conceded
Mr. Clements’ victory yesterday and
returns from 3,754 precincts gave
Mr. Clements 150,347 and Mr. Water
field 120,386. R. E. Lee Murphy of
Lexington received 4.386 votes.
Mr. Clements' running mate as the
Democratic candidate for lieutenant
governor will be Lawrence Wetherby,
Anchorage, who held an 11,000-vote
lead over William H. May, Frankfort,
runnerup in the five-man field.
Orville M. Howard. Harlan, for
mer State commissioner of revenue,
apparently earned the Republican
nomination for lieutenant governor
over Thomas F. Manby. La Grange,
and two other candidates.
iGirls Have More Colds
France's medical research councils
report school girls have three colds
to boys' one.
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