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Officials at 1906 Class Election.

By B. K. Stephenson.

The Sophomore class election will be held by Australian ballot tomorrow between 9 A. M. and 5 P. M. in the office of Memorial Hall. Nominations for the class officers, as made by the nomination committee are as follows:

For president--J. D. Nichols, J. L. White.

For vice-president--R. J. Leonard, A. E. Wood, C. P. Greenough.

For secretary-treasurer--F. A. Goodhue, C. D. Morgan, W. F. Emerson.

The following men have been appointed to be at the polls to watch the election at the hours named: 9-10 A. C. Blagden, T. D. Sloan; 10-11, O. D. Filley, L. G. Morris, T. H. Dougherty; 11-12, W. F. Harrison, LeR. King; 12-1, B. K. Stephenson, V. Hollingsworth; 1-2, N. Kelley, J. Hinckley; 2-3, F. H. Ellis, D. R. Howe; 3-4, A. J. D. Paul, D. A. Newhall, E. Wilder; 4-5, J. D. C. Bradley, W. Kirkpatrick.

Any man unable to serve at the hours appointed is requested to notify D. A. Newhall.

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