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Ballot boxes will appear again in House dining halls today as the Classes of 1952 and 1953 pick two representatives each to next year's Student Council.
As usual, voting will take place during the lunch and dinner hours. Dudley's polling, which started at noon yesterday, will be concluded at the mid-day meal today.
Only 14 nominees are competing for the four posts; six of these are juniors, eight sophomores. Chase N. Peterson '52, Richard E. Johnson '53, and Thomas C. Hoya '53 are the three council members up for re-election.
The Student Council Election Committee reported last night that the biography of council candidate Myron B. Siner '52 of Lowell House was omitted from the list which the council submitted for Wednesday's CRIMSON. Siner's biography includes the following activities: Freshman Jubilee Committee; freshman swimming team; Red Book; and P.B.H.
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