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Yesterday the very small number of 157 members of the class of 1922, and 207 from 1923, voted in the class election for officers. According to resolutions adopted last spring, no election is valid unless at least sixty per cent, of the class votes. Both totals of ballots cast form less than thirty per cent of the class and the voting will have to be continued until the required number of ballots are cast. Due to the Presidential straw-ballot being held today, the voting will be continued tomorrow. The polls will be open from eight A. M. to six P. M. at the CRIMSON Building. Only those who have not yet voted will be allowed to vote tomorrow. The list of 1922 nominees is as follows:
For President: L. B. McCagg, Jr., and R. R. Higgins.
For Vice-President: E. F. Goode, J. M. Martin and R. S. Whitney, Jr.
For Secretary-Treasurer: G. S. Morse, J. J. Kennedy.
For Student Council: M. Bradlee, R. G. Potter, E. D. Weatherhead, G. M. Appleton, M. Gratwick, Myles P. Baker, J. Crocker.
The list of 1923 nominees is as follows:
President: W. C. Bennett, C. C. Buell, Jr., H. S. Morgan.
Vice-President: W. H. Churchill, J. P. Flather, J. E. Kennedy, D. F. Thayer.
Secretary-Treasurer: R. G. Hooker, S. Logan, E. S. Webster, Jr.
Student Council: J. G. Flint, R. H. Keegan, A. H. Ladd, C. D. Whidden.
The following members of the class of 1923 have been appointed to watch the polls. Each man must report when he is scheduled, or else send a substitute: J. H. Dempsey and W. Fannestock, 8-9; P. B. Ferguson and P. J. Fitzgerald, 9-10; R. P. Field and H. W. Howe, 10-11; L. P. Fuller and L. Frost, 11-12; H. Garland and J. W. Wood, 12-1; J. C. Newcomb and J. G. Winchester, 1-2; R. F. Thayer and W. B. Wood, 2-3; E. A. Norman and P. H. Wooldridge, 3-4; J. M. Wyman and E. S. Young, 4-5; L. de Zerega and W. Phelps, 5-6.
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