The class of 1923 will vote for officers tomorrow in the Standish Hall Common Room between 8 and 6 o'clock. The nominations closed last night at 6.
The complete list of nominations is as follows:
Charles Chauncey Buell, of Hartford, Conn.; Vinton Chapin, of Boston; Robert Darius Howard, of Washington, D. C.
George Owen, of Newton; Duncan Forbes Thayer, of Lancaster; Henry Wadsworth Clark, of Ketchikan, Alaska.
Bradley de Lamater Nash, of Brookline; Robert Gay Hooker, Jr., of San Mateo, Cal.; James Malcolm Forbes, of Milton.
Student Council Member.
James Robbins Reynolds, of Readville; Alexander Haven Ladd, Jr., of Chestnut Hill; Wallace Everard Stearns, of Concord, N. H.: John Gardner Flint, of Boston; Cornelius Hawkins Hawes, of Fall River; Langdon, Ward Post, of Bayport, N. Y.
The voting for the class officers, the President, Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer will be according to the preferential system--that is, the first, second, and third choice must be indicated on the ballot. In the voting for the Student Council Member, however, one man only may be designated.
The following sophomores have been appointed watchers at the polls; any man who cannot serve at the time indicated must obtain a substitute; 8-9, J Crocker, W. E. Sedgwick; 9-10, W. D. Howe, D. Withington; 11-12, G. S. Morse, W. C. Jackson; 12-1, J. C. Greene, J. N.. Brown; 1-2, O. S. Leland, D. McK. Key; 2-3, R. R. Higgins, m Gratwick; 3-4, P. L. Saltonstall, L. B. Ellis; 4-5, G. L. Paine, J. N. Macy.
The first watchers can obtain the ballot blanks, ballot-box, and check list at the CRIMSON at 8 o'clock this evening.