The election of Junior class officers will take place by postal ballot the latter part of this week. Ballots will be in the hands of all Juniors Wednesday night or Thursday morning and must be returned by mail during the two following days.
The name of H. R. Robinson has been added to the list of nominees for 1925 representative in the Student Council by the petition of 35 members of the class. Joe de Ganahl has withdrawn his name from the list of nominees for that office.
The 1925 Nominating Committee, composed of the class officers last year has made two additional nominations, A. B. Harlow for President and E. G. Lowry for Vice-President of the class. The voting will be done by the preferential system.
The list o nominees follows:
Malcolm Whelen Greenough. Arthur Brooks Harlow. Philip Huntington Theopold.
Edward George Lowry Jr. George Saltonstall Mumford Jr. Philip Spalding.
Walter Scott Blanchard. Gardner Cowles. Brooks Whitehouse.
Willis Paine Beal. Edward Manran Beals Jr. Alden Briggs. George Wadsworth Burgess. Lawrence Morris. Leonard Lispenard Robb. Harold Richard Robinson. James Bogert Tailer Jr.
SENIOR NOMINATING COMMITTEE CHOSENArthur Harold Harlow Jr. '29 of New York City was yesterday appointed Chairman of the Senior Class Nominating Committee by
POLLS OPEN TODAY FOR P. B. H. ELECTIONPolls will be opened from 8.30-5.30 at Phillips Brooks House today for the election of men in the College to
ANNOUNCE NOMINATIONS FOR FRESHMAN OFFICESNominations for officers of the Freshman class were announced last night by W. R. Harper '30, who is in charge
Council Nominations to Be Released FridayPreliminary nominations for next year's Student Council will be announced on Friday, according to Frederick Holdsworth, Jr. '40, chairman of
37 FRESHMEN ON SLATE FOR COMMITTEESWith seven more names added over the weekend by petition, the list of nominees for the Freshman Smoker-Jubilee Committee was