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Every Harvard undergraduate owes it to the best interests of the University to cast his ballot today in the election of officers of the Harvard Union for 1920-1921.

The office of vice-president, for which several representative Juniors have been nominated, is one of the few elective offices in the power of the undergraduates as a whole to bestow. It entails responsibility, executive ability and leadership. It is highly important that the choice for this important position should be made by a substantial proportion of the students. It will require but a few minutes to cast a ballot at Memorial, the CRIMSON, at Standish, or at the Union itself. It is a duty which every man should take upon himself today.

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