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The following nominations for Class Day officers, arranged alphabetically, have been made by the Committee on Class Day Elections:
Marshals--J. A. Burgess, H. G. Dillingham, C. B. Marshall, F. D. Roosevelt, E. C. Rust, R. Sanger.
Secretary--E. B. Krumbhaar, R. S. Wallace.
Poet--A. D. Ficke, A. Forbes.
Odist--H. Otis, S. A. Welldon.
Ivy Orator--W. R. Bowie, G. S. Greenfield.
Orator--A. A. Ballantine, J. Daniels.
Chorister--P. H. Allen, A. V. Baird, J. H. Densmore.
Class Committee--R. R. Alexander, R. M. Bleakie, L. Brown, A. Goodhue, R. F. Manning.
Class Day Committee--B. deN. Cruger, P. Dana, L. Grilk, H. C. de Rham, A. L. Thayer.
Spread Committee--H. H. Bennett, W. J. Clothier, J. Jackson, C. H. Robinson, T. B. Souther.
Photograph Committee--P. Carr, R. Foster, M. Ivy, G. Lawton, D. Lloyd. R. R. ALEXANDER. A. A. BALLANTINE. W. R. BOWIE. A. D. FICKE. R. FOSTER. L. GRILK. R. F. MANNING. F. D. ROOSEVELT. R. SANGER. R. S. WALLACE.
SENIOR CLASS MEETING LAST NIGHT.
At a meeting of the Senior class last night, the following rules to govern the election of Class Day officers were submitted by the Committee on Class Day Elections and adopted by the class:
1. The Australian ballot system shall be used.
2. The officers, namely: Marshals, Secretary, Poet, Odist, Ivy Orator, Orator, and Chorister, shall be elected on Wednesday, December 16, and the committees shall be elected on Friday, December 18.
3. Polls shall be open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. each day at the CRIMSON office.
(a) All men who are candidates for the degrees of A.B. or S.B. in 1904, all men who have received or will receive their degrees as of the class of 1904, and all men who are fourth year special students shall be eligible to vote or hold office. No man who has voted or held office in any previous class day elections shall be eligible.
(b) A provisional list of voters, compiled by the election committee, will be posted at the Union, Leavitt and Peirce's. Memorial Hall, and Randall Hall on Wednesday, December 9.
(c) Any man whose name is not on the list of voters compiled by the election committee may petition the committee, and such petition shall be passed on finally by the committee. Petitions must be placed in a box, provided for the purpose, at the CRIMSON office, before 7 P. M. on Monday, December 14.
5. Additional nominations must be made by petitions to the Election Committee, signed by 50 eligible voters. All petitions must be placed in a box provided for the purpose at the CRIMSON office before 7 P. M. on Monday, December 14.
(b) The provisional list of nominations will be published in the CRIMSON of Wednesday, December 9.
The final list of nominations for officers will be published in the CRIMSON of Wednesday, December 16.
The final list of nominations for the committees will be published in the CRIMSON of Friday, December 18.
(c) No person may run for more than one office or one committee. Any candidate failing of election to an office is eligible for nomination to a committee, such nomination to be made by the Election Committee or on petition of 50 eligible voters. Such petition must be placed in a box provided for the purpose at the CRIMSON office by 7 P. M. on December 17.
6. Every elector shall vote for three candidates for Marshals, indicating his preference for First, Second and Third Marshal. Of the three elected that candidate receiving the highest number of votes for First Marshal shall be declared First Marshal; of the other two elected, that one whose total for First Marshal and Second Marshal shall be greater, shall be Second Marshal; and the other candidate elected shall be Third Marshal.
7. Every elector shall vote for three candidates for each committee, indicating his preference for Chairman. The three candidates receiving the highest number of votes for each committee shall be declared elected. Of these three elected, that one receiving the highest number of votes for Chairman shall be the Chairman of the committee.
8. Every ballot not containing three names for any committee shall be invalid for that committee.
9. Men who are absent from Cambridge on election days by permission of the College office, may petition the Committee on Class Day Elections to be allowed to vote by mail. Such petitions must be placed in a box provided for the purpose at the CRIMSON office before 7 P. M. on Monday, December 14. The Committee shall consider each petition on its merits.
The Committee on Class Day Elections submitted the following explanations of the duties of the various committees:
1. The Class Committee is the permanent body which acts in the capacity of trustees; it collects and holds the class fund, calls class meetings, and has general charge of all class affairs.
2. The Class Day Committee arranges the programs and all the other details of Class Day.
3. The Senior Spread Committee has charge of all the arrangements for the Senior Spread.
4. The Photographic Committee arranges for the class pictures and the class album, and keeps all illustrative records.
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