At a meeting held Tuesday night, the cabinet of Phillips Brooks House elected two new officers to succeed the retiring president and vice-president. Chosen were Donald Elliot Marks '45, of Lowell House and Cleveland, as president and William Lawrence Sprout '47, of Lowell House and Rome, New York.
In contrast to the retiring heads, Lawrence H. Hyde, Jr., of the V-12, and Harry C. Rawlins, of the NROTC, the two new officers are both civilian student's at the College. Marks has been a member of PBH for six terms, having served as Lowell War Service Committee Chairman, and, more recently, as head of the Lowell Social Service group. Sprout has been on Brooks House for three terms, and has been Lowell War Service Chairman since Marks moved up.