This is 1914's Election Day. The men who are elected today will be the final choices of the class. They are part of the men who will lead the class through its graduation and through the years following graduation. That is why no other class election is as important as this last one. And so it is the duty of every Senior to cast his vote in order that the results may show the real preferences of the class. To the men who by reason of their loyalty, ability, achievement, and promise, seem capable of doing their class the greatest service rightly belong these last class honors.
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