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At the Sophomore smoker to be held a week from today, on Tuesday, May 4, two amendments to the class constitution will be voted upon. The purpose of these amendments is to make all class elections in the future representative of the class as a whole; they were drawn up by the Executive Committee of the Student Council, and have already been adopted by the class of 1923. They are amendments to article 3 of the constitution and are worded as follows:
"Section 10. Any election of class officers shall be declared valid if 60 per cent or more of the members of the class affected shall have voted.
"Section 11. If at any election a sufficient number of votes are not cast-at the first ballot, further balloting shall be held at intervals of not more than ten days, suffrage being restricted to those members who have not already voted, until a sufficient number of votes have been cast."
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