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THE SENIOR ELECTION

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

At a late hour last night the CRIMSON, basing its judgment on an impartial investigation of the election, came to the conclusions offered elsewhere in the new columns. It based these upon a thorough examination and checking-up of the 304 original ballots cast, which were in the hands of the nominating committee; and which the latter turned over to it. The cry of "Fraud!" by a number of undergraduate alarmists was as inevitable as it was unfortunate. The CRIMSON found, however, absolutely no traces of dishonesty; it found distinct traces of gross carelessness in the counting of the ballots.

The position of any man whose original standing in the election has been proved erroneous is hard; to him the nominating committee and its ballot counters own an apology. The stigma lies on the committee which allowed such a disgracefully careless accounting of the votes.

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