A glance at the list of officers chosen to represent eighty-six on her coming class day verifies the prediction made in the columns of yesterday's CRIMSON. The names of the gentlemen elected are sufficient to carry the assurance that the seniors of to-day will be not a whit behind their predecessors in the success of their class day observances.
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