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Number of Candidates For Positions Highest In Five Years

By Brant K. Wong

The annual contest to become Harvard and Radcliffe Senior Class Marshals officially began Thursday with the highest number of applicants in the last five years.

A total of 89 candidates--47 men and 42 women--applied to become leaders of their class by submitting a picture, a short resume and a petition of 25 signatures from fellow seniors.

In the next two weeks, two rounds of balloting will narrow the field to four men and four women.

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