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SENIOR CLASS ELECTION.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

EDITORS HERALD-CRIMSON:-It seems to me that the committee of the senior class have adopted a wise resolution as to the dropping of candidates at the class election. Last year the committee recommended that the candidates having less than ten votes, etc., be dropped at the end of each formal ballot; but this recommendation was not approved by the class and there was no dropping at all. Before the end of the meeting it was universally admitted, I think, that it would have been better to drop the names as the committee recommended. It would seem advisable, then, for '84 to accept the committee's recommendation as to dropping candidates rather than to vote to have no dropping, as was the case last year.

G. '83.

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