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Crimson Candidates.


In answer to the call for candidates for the CRIMSON, forty men handed in their names last night. These men will begin trying at once. Any others who wish to try should hand in their names to the managing editor as soon as possible.

The candidates from 1900:

M. Churchill, M. Davis, J. D. Barney, C. Hobbs, C. O. Swain, A. B. Chandler, C. S. Gilman, G. O. Clark, A. M. Goodridge, R. C. Hatch, J. N. Trainer, Jr., W. Morse, C. F. Wellington, C. H. Bell, W. E. Skillings, O. Howes.

Those from 1901:

P. H. Custis, R. W. Cheney, C. I. Pettingell, T. Michelson, A. Sachs, S. D. Davenport, H. C. Shaw, J. W. Hallowell, H. V. Poor, C. D. Daly, J. A. O'Gorman, R. S. Silver, L. J. Watson 2d, B. W. Dean, C. L. Thurston, H. B. Clark, H. W. Palmer, H. R. Brigham, B. Boss, R. H. Dana, Jr., W. R. Lawrence, A. P. Young, B. D. Barker, C. P. Rollins.

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