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APPLICANTS FOR UNION SECRETARYSHIP CALLED

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Since at least one, perhaps both of the graduate secretaryships of the Union will be vacant next year, the Governing Board of the Union yesterday called for applications for the position. The position calls for the handling of all of the social affairs of the Union and of arranging the calendar for all these events.

The Governing Board is not satisfied with the present dual secretaryship and it would like to get one man who would be able to devote most of his time to the Union and thus take over both positions. In case such a man can be found the Board would create a new position with a suitable salary attached to it. In view of this fact all applications of older men will be carefully considered. All applications should be field with W. S. Stone 3L, at the Union.

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