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Wednesday's Balloting to Elect Ten Men From Field


With seven more names added over the weekend by petition, the list of nominees for the Freshman Smoker-Jubilee Committee was completed with a total of 37 last night. Balloting in the Union tomorrow at lunch and dinner will elect ten of the nominees.

The ballots will be counted Wednesday night by a committee of the Student Council and the results announced in Thursday morning's CRIMSON.

The ten Freshmen who are elected tomorrow will be split into two committees, a Smoker Committee and a Jubilee Committee, by Eugene D. Keith '42, Council Representative for Freshman Affairs, and George Putnam '43, Sophomore Adviser for Freshman Affairs. A chairman will be appointed for each committee and he will have the power, which he may or may not exercise, to appoint three additional members to his committee.

Complete List of Nominees

The complete list of the nominees, including those names added by petition, follows:

David B. Arnold, Jr., Richard H. Allen, Roy W. Atherton, Malcolm H. Brodrick, John Bruzza, John J. Butler, Robert W. Chase, Leon Danco, Jr., Howard R. Diller, E. Thayer Drake, John D. Eusden, John W. Frenning, Charles P, Gabeler, Robert W. Gillette, Robert N. Ginsburgh, Paul D. Grindle, Donald Harting, Thomas T. Hoffman, Armiger Jagoe, Jr., Nelson F. Hermance, Jr.,

Albert C. Kelly, Robert A. Koch, Edward H. Mahoney, Wallace McDonald, Joseph B. McGrath, Robert F. McGivern, Austin B. Mason, Jr., Richmond D. Moot, J. Robert Moskin, John F. Otto, Jr., George A. Saxton, Richard Sorlien, William R. Snow, Edwin J. Sommer, Jr., Norman S. Stearns, Andrew W. Welch, Jr., and Andrew D. Wolfe.

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