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Gordon MacKay Morrison, Jr. '52 of Waban and Adams House and Roger Vaughan Pugh, Jr. '51 of Newton Lower Falls and Eliot House registered clear margins in the Student Council run-off elections held yesterday in the two Houses.

The original vote, taken last Thursday, was too close to be conclusive. In yesterday's balloting, Morrison and Pugh edged their rivals by 23 and 52 votes respectively. The total vote was about 10 percent greater than in the first election.

Second Place

Fred M. Fialkow '51 was runner-up in the Adams vote and Charles C. Cabot, Jr. '52 was second in Eliot. The Council held back all names after the first election in order to avoid prejudice in yesterday's voting.

Electioneering for the Student Council class elections will continue until Thursday, when the vote which was originally scheduled for yesterday will take place.

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