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At a stockholders' meeting of the Harvard Cooperative Society, held on September 25 at the Colonial Club the following nominations for officers of the Society were made:
For President, Mr. H. S. Thomson; Vice-President, Mr. A. W. Scott; for Clerk or Secretary, Mr. Walter Humphreys; and for Treasurer, Mr. J. L. Taylor.
Professor F. L. Kennedy '92 and Professor George C. Whipple were nominated for stockholders for the full term of five years, while Professor J. M. Maguire was nominated to complete an un-expired term of three years.
In addition, the following nominations were made for Directors of the Society:
From Harvard at Large, D. K. David, Alfred C. Redfield.
From M. I. T. at Large, Horace S. Ford, Jasper Whiting.
From Officers of Harvard, Delmar Leighton.
From Alumni of Harvard, H. L. Blackwell.
From Students of M. I. T., Douglas F. Elliott.
From Senior Class of Harvard, R. P. Bullard.
From Junior Class of Harvard, W. E. Stillwell.
From Sophomore Class of Harvard, C. McGregory Wells.
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