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The Class of 1948 now has legal status.
By an overwhelming 225 to 22 vote, the Class registered its approval of the Permanent Constitution presented to it Friday by the Class Committee.
The Constitution goes into effect immediately, but no action will be taken under it until the Class's first reunion, three years hence.
Original drafting of the document was completed by three members of a Student Council Special Committee on Class Affairs, Chairman Daniel P. S. Paul '46 3L, Robert S. Leventhal '48, and Thomas R. F. Morse '48.
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