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The following men have been nominated for the Student Council by the nominating committee:
From 1914--Nine to be elected: G. Bettle, R. L. Blaikie, L. H. Mills, G. F. Plimpton, L. Saltonstall, O. G. Saxon, C. G. Squibb, R. L. West. From 1915--C. E. Brickley, H. Francke, H. R. Hardwick, M. J. Logan, S. B. Pennock, J. C. Talbot, N. L. Tibbetts, W. H. Trumbull, Jr. From 1916--Five to be elected: A. Biddle, W. J. Bingham, W. Blanchard, E. W. Mahan, D. P. Morgan, H. L. Nash, W. Rollins, R. N. Williams, Jr.
Additional nominations may be made by petition of 50 men in any one class to G. F. Plimpton, before 8 o'clock Friday evening, October 10. These elections will be held on Tuesday, October 14, at the time of the class elections. At the same time a special election will be held to select members from the Senior class.
Class Officers Nominated.
W. H. Trumbull, Jr. and S. B. Pennock have been nominated for president, R. R. Ayres for vice-president, and M. J. Logan for secretary-treasurer of the Junior class. D. P. Morgan, Jr., has been nominated for president of the Sophomore class. Further nominations may be made by petitions signed by 35 members of the class, and are due on October 10.
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