The election of Senior class and Class Day officers, with the exception of Secretary, was held yesterday and resulted as follows:
First Marshal--Hugh Lawrence Gaddis, of McCune, Kan.
Second Marshal--Robert Thomas Fisher, of Newton Centre.
Third Marshal -- Lawrence Dunlap Smith, of Chicago, Ill.
Treasurer--Ralph Lowell, of Chestnut Hill.
Ivy Orator--Robert Charles Benchley, of Worcester.
Poet--James Gordon Gilkey, of Watertown.
Odist--George William Gray, of Houston, Tex.
Chorister--Chalmers Dancy Clifton, of Jackson, Miss.
Orator--Robert Wood Williams, of Baltimore, Md.
The election of Marshals was conducted under the following rule.
"Every elector shall vote for three candidates indicating his preference for First 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 vote is higher shall be Second Marshal, and the other one Third Marshal."
Out of a total of 532 eligible voters who were here yesterday, 360 votes were cast. Of these, three ballots were thrown out for not complying with the election regulations.
The following table shows the number of votes cast for each candidate. Class Day Committees Nominated.
Class Day Committees Nominated.