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Two names were added to the list of nominees for the 1929 class officers by petitions handed in last night to J. L. Pool '28 with the requisite 35 signatures. Nominations are now closed.
The men who have been added are Edward William Sexton of Winchester as a candidate for the office of president and Henry George Crosby of West Newton to the list of nominees for the position of secretary-treasurer. Both the men prepared at Exeter. Crosby is a star on the first hockey sextet and Sexton was a member of the crew squad last fall.
The elections will be held next Wednesday, February 25, and the result of the balloting will be made known the following Friday evening at the Freshman smoker in the Union. The successful candidate for president will speak on that occasion. The Student Council has asked all Freshmen to keep the date of the elections in mind and vote, as 60 percent of the class must cast ballots to make the selections valid.
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