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1914 Nominating Committee Chosen

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At a meeting of the sophomore class held last evening a formal constitution was adopted and the following ten men were elected to the nominating committee to nominate the class officers: W. A. Barron, Jr., C. P. Curtis, Jr., W. T. Gardiner, H. R> Hitchcock, Jr., L. H. Mills, G. F. Plympton, L. Saltonstall, A. F. Sortwell, D. J. P. Wingate, W. A. Willetts. The names of the nominees will be made public by Thursday of this week. Nominations by petition signed by 50 members of the class will be received by the secretary, J. H. Lowell, 9 Bow street until next Monday night, October 16.

An important meeting of this committee will be held in Dunster 40 this afternoon at 6 o'clock sharp.

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