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ELECTION OF SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS WILL BE COMPLETED TODAY

Must Vote Entire Ticket to Make Ballot Valid--Juniors Will Act as Poll Watchers

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The final Senior elections will be held today. The Secretary, the Class Committee, the Album Committee, and the Class Day Committee will be chosen. The polls will be open in Sever Hall from 9 to 6 o'clock.

The Nominating Committee wishes to call the attention of the class to the rule specifying that the requisite number of candidates for each office must be voted for in order to make the ballot valid. This ruling means that one choice must be marked for Secretary, two for the Class Committee, five for the Album Committee, and seven for the Class Day Committee.

The Junior poll-watchers, who are expected to be on duty at the designated hour or arrange for a substitute, are as follows:

9-10, W. C. Holden and W. P. Ripley; 10-11, A. C. Gunby and W. M. Snow; 11-12, D. F. Davenport and F. P. Dunne; 12-1, J. H. Montgomery and S. L. Stevens; 1-2, J. K. Collins and H. K. Thayer; 2-3, C. F. Dunbar and J. P. Hubbard; 3-4, J. H. Finley Jr. and L. H. Fowler; 4-5, B. E. Kennard and Henry Warner; 5-6, J. E. Crowley Jr. and Thaddeus Nichols.

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