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HARVARD DECLARES IN FAVOR OF COMPROMISE TO FACILITATE SPEEDY PASSAGE OF LEAGUE

YALE RESULTS SIMILAR

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By a plurality of nearly 500 votes the University decided in favor of Proposition 4 in the nation-wide ballot held yesterday to determine the opinion of college students and faculty members in regard to the League of Nations and the Peace Treaty. Proposition 4 was in favor of a compromise between the Lodge and Democratic reservations in order to facilitate the ratification of the Treaty. A total of 2,455 votes was cast of which 2,367 were by students and 88 by Faculty members. 1,113 students and 56 instructors signified their desire for a compromise as stated in proposition 4. The second in the ranking was the first proposition which received 667 and 26 votes from University members and teachers. Proposition 3,--ratification with the Lodge reservations--received 459 votes from students and 3 from the faculty, while the second choice which was for those opposed to the League and Treaty in any form, trailed with but 128 and 3 votes.

The ratio of voting in every case was approximately constant, the second proposition being the lowest, while number four was just about twice its nearest rival, proposition 1; the ratio in the College was 395 to 648, in the Law School, 137 to 213, in the Graduate Schools 82 to 129, and in the Medical School 53 to 123.

B. C. Favors Third Proposition.

1,405 votes were the number cast by undergraduates in the College. The Law School registered 460, the Medical and Dental Schools 252 and the Graduate Schools totaled 250.

In Boston College yesterday, 587 out of 719 votes cast were in favor of proposition 3 which stood for the ratification of the treaty with the Lodge Reservations. Those opposed to it in any form were second with 113. THE VOTE IN CAMBRIDGE. Proposition  I.  II.  III.  IV. College,  395  70  292  648 Law School,  137  28  82  213 Graduate Schools,  82  12  27  129 Med. & Dent. Schs.,  53  18  58  123 Student total,  667  128  459  1113 Faculty,  26  3  3  56

The Vote at Yale. (Special Dispatch to the Crimson) Proposition  I.  II.  III.  IV. Student total,  205  82  313  929 Faculty vote,  45  3  18  156

The Vote at Yale. (Special Dispatch to the Crimson) Proposition  I.  II.  III.  IV. Student total,  205  82  313  929 Faculty vote,  45  3  18  156

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