Every senior will find it to his advantage to read with care the rules which will govern the election tonight of Class Day officers from Ninety-four. The aim of the committee on arrangements has been to ensure as fair and parliamentary a method of conducting the business as could be had by a study of the experiences of other class meetings. The result of this investigation is embodied in the regulations published this morning. Particular attention is called to the provision by which no voter shall be kept from making whatever nominations he may wish. No one need fear that any combination of cliques will have it in its power to close the nominations if there are any further candidates to be brought forward. The members of Ninety-four are also earnestly requested not to gather around the tellers' or the chairman's desks. All ballots will be preserved systematically, in case an appeal should be made for a recount. Only those requirements have been adopted which fairness to the class seemed to demand, and strict conformance to the rules will expedite the business in hand, and in the end prove to everybody's good.