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The election of the remaining class officers takes place today. It is interesting to note how many different parts of the United States are represented by the officers already elected, and by those men who are nominated for the election today. Heretofore it has not been unusual for a majority of the officers to be Massachusetts men; and indeed this is not unnatural, since over half the men who enter College live in the Bay State. Of the nine already elected, four are from Massachusetts, while two are Westerners, and three Southerners. Of those nominated for the remaining offices, fourteen of the twenty-seven come from without this state; two come from other New England states, six from New York and Pennsylvania, five from the West, and one from the Southwest, Eligibility for class office, at any rate, apparently does not depend upon a candidate's ability to trace his descent from a member of the Mayflower's company.

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