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Student Council Names Committee of Three to Select Nominees


Beginning this spring, elections for the Senior Class Album will be held in the Junior year of the candidates for office, according to a ruling announced yesterday by E. Francis Bowditch '35, president of the Student Council.

Those elected will not be prevented from competing for any other Senior office, as has hitherto been the case, the announcement also said.

In accordance with the new plan, the Student Council yesterday announced the appointment of a committee of three, consisting of Frederick R. Moseley, Jr., chairman, Rodman W. Paul '36, and Thomas H. Quinn '36, to compile a list of nominees from the Class of 1936. The names of those selected will be publicized next Tuesday. Election will take place during the following week.

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