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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

It does not seem to be generally understood under just what auspices the straw vote of today is being held. The committee having the vote in charge is composed of a member of the Harvard Democratic Club, a member from each of the executive committees of the Progressive Republican Club and the Taft Club, and the presidents of the Socialist Club and the La Follette Club.

The vote should be excellent preliminary practice in citizenship and especially in the use of the preferential ballot. In the use of this form of ballot good citizenship requires a voter, if he has more than one choice, to signify all his preferences. P. J. STEARNS '13 (for the Committee).

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