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Nominations of Seniors to be elected to the offices of First, Second, and Third Marshals, Treasurer, Chorister, Orator, Poet, and Odist, and Partial nominations for Secretary and for members of the Class Day and Permanent Class Committees were made yesterday by the Nominating Committee headed by Elliot L. Richardson '41.
"First Ballot" elections, for all the positions except those of Secretary and the two committees, are slated for next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Further nominations may still be made if petitions signed by 25 Seniors are handed in at the Student Council office in Phillips Brooks House by one o'clock Saturday.
The Perennial consideration of the Class Constitution will also face Senior pollers next week.
Further nominations for the next election, to be held two weeks later, will be made by the Committee following the Marshal election. Petitions will also be accepted naming candidates for Secretary and membership in the Committees until the deadline of Friday, March 14 at 12 o'clock.
The election will be held on March 18 and 19. The Class Day Committee will later cooperate with the three Marshals in choosing the Ivy Orator.
Assisting Richardson on the Nominating Committee are Seniors John V. Frank, Alfred J. Gilbert, Harry K. Mansfield, Francis C. Powers, Gerald D. Roscoe, and Westmore Willcox 3rd.
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