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Juniors and Sophomores Pick Nine Men from 41 Nominees Today to Make Up Nucleus of New 1938-39 Student Council

Results Announced Thursday When Men Elected Will Choose 8 More

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1939 BALLOT VOTE FOR SIX

Cleveland Amory

Oliver Payne Bolton

Clarence E. Boston, Jr.

Robert Manson Bunker

Charles Lee Burwell

William Lewis Calfee

Edmond L. Cherbounier

Harold Marshall Curtiss, Jr.

Donald Lawrence Daughters

Frank Paul Davidson

Lawrence F. Ebb

Elisworth Strong Grant

Robert Lee Green, Jr.

Francis Austin Harding, Jr.

Joseph Spence Harvin

Richard Peter Hedblom

Hunter Hendee

Robert Edwards Lane

Laurence Samuels Levy

Robert Edward Lee Strider, Jr.

Richard Howard Sullivan

James Tobin

Paul Roberts Wentworth

1940 BALLOT VOTE FOR THREE

Engene Vaughn Clark

Ledyard Blair Clark

John Lanier Dennell

Mason Fernald

Michael Paul Grace

Theodore Lyle Hazlett, Jr.

Thomas Vincent Healey

Frederick Holdsworth, Jr.

Fay Rockwell Hollands

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

James Davies Lightbody, Jr.

Charles Day Lutz, Jr.

Martin James Lydon

Tobert Hart Macdonald

Douglas Mercer

Phil Dalwell Neal

Samuel Walter White, Jr.

Polling Places Today

HOUSE DINING HALLS

Breakfast, Lunch and Supper

DUDLEY HALL

Lunch WIDENER AND CLAVERLY 9:45 to 11:15  12:00 to 12:45 HARVARD AND SEVER 9:45 to 11:15  11:45 to 12:15

Juniors and Sophomores will go to the polls today to elect nine men for the 1938-39 Student Council from a list of 41 candidates. In an effort to get out a large vote, present officers of the Council announced that balloting will be held in Widener and Claverly, as well as in the House Dining Halls for all three meals, Dudley for lunch, and Harvard and Sever in the morning.

Only members of the Junior Class may vote for the 1938 nominees; men in this class will vote for six. Only Sophomores may vote in the 1939 contest and will vote for three. Unsigned ballots will be thrown out, and only men registered in these two classes at the moment are eligible to vote.

Results of the election will be published in Thursday morning's CRIMSON, although those who so desire may call the CRIMSON for results after 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. Balloting will take place today only.

Juniors and Sophomores will go to the polls today to elect nine men for the 1938-39 Student Council from a list of 41 candidates. In an effort to get out a large vote, present officers of the Council announced that balloting will be held in Widener and Claverly, as well as in the House Dining Halls for all three meals, Dudley for lunch, and Harvard and Sever in the morning.

Only members of the Junior Class may vote for the 1938 nominees; men in this class will vote for six. Only Sophomores may vote in the 1939 contest and will vote for three. Unsigned ballots will be thrown out, and only men registered in these two classes at the moment are eligible to vote.

Results of the election will be published in Thursday morning's CRIMSON, although those who so desire may call the CRIMSON for results after 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. Balloting will take place today only.

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