As a result of the balloting in the Senior class elections held yesterday, Walter Tufts, Jr., of Boston, was elected Secretary of the Class of 1913. The names of the men who were elected to the Class Committee, the Class Day Committee, and the Photograph Committee are announced in the complete list of Class Day officers in the adjoining column. Below is printed the number of votes cast for each candidate.
W. Tufts, Jr., 210; H. C. Everett, Jr., 126.
P. G. M. Austin, 192; G. H. Roosevelt, 188; G. N. Phillips, 181; J. H. Coon, 118.
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE.
D. C. Parmenter, 224; R. B. Batchelder, 198; A. M. Goodale, 155; S. M. Felton, 3rd, 148; H. J. Smith, 148; J. B. Cummings, 141; C. T. Abeles, 130; E. A. Graustein, 129; D. E. Dunbar, 104; F. W. Copeland, 97; J. A. Donovan, 94; G. T. Driscoll, 87; E. L. Barron, 83; E. C. Hardy, 75; C. L. Callander, 74; W. T. Fisher, 70; W. B. Adams, 69; J. B. Langstaff, 63; A. H. Tomes, 63; R. W. Bennett, 59; H. G. Knight, 44; D. Lawson, 42; W. W. Leonhauser, 39; R. M. Nelson, 33; A. S. Neilson, 18.
R. Bowser, 133; C. MacR. Makepeace, 132; H. N. Baldwin, 121; H. V. Bail, 98; W. J. Blake, 96; W. M. Danner, Jr., 91; G. F. Cherry, 88; W. L. Ustick, 72; H. B. Gill, 71; R. D. Whittemore, 51; B. L. Chase, 42; G. E. Fahys, Jr., 31.
Because of the closeness of the vote the above results were all verified by a careful recount.
The Class Committee, which has charge of all class affairs after graduation, is composed of the two members elected yesterday, the Class Treasurer, as well as the three Marshals and the Secretary, who serve ex-officiis.
The Class Day Committee, composed of the seven men elected yesterday, begins its work immediately. It has entire charge of the arrangements for Class Day.
The duty of the Photograph Committee is the publication of the Class Album, containing a photograph of every member of the graduating class, of the major teams, committees, and so forth.