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Annual spring elections to the Eliot House Committee will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, February 12 and 13. Nominations can be made by a petition signed by ten members of the nominee's class, and should be handed to a member of the Committee before Monday, February 10.
The elections will be conducted along lines adopted by the Committee last November. Under the new rules, one new Sophomore and one new Junior are to be elected. The Junior now on the Committee who was elected at this time last year will be up for re-election, his name appearing automatically on the ballots. Therefore, including this member, the two Juniors scoring the highest number of votes will be chosen.
Under this plan, all future Committee members will appear for re-election after their first term in office.
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