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Voted to make the following appoint-
ments for one year from Sept. 1, 1015:

Proctor: H. R. Davidson, of Divinity Hall.

Aasistantt: Thomas Lewis Kennedy, in
Classics; Millard Burr Gulick, in Fine Arts;
Edgar Oscar Parker, in Drawing; Joseph
Leonard Walsh, in Mathematics; Hugh Wil-
son Josephs, Stuart Luther Peck, and Aram
Hovhannes Khaohadoorian, in Chemistry.

Atuiin Teaming FeUowa: Gerald Louis
Wendt, Victor Yngve, Bruce Robinson Silver,
Walter Elwood Vail, Edward Logan Camp-
bell, James Hallett Hodges, and Leon Wood-
man Parsons, in Chemistry.

Instructors: Martin Mower, in Fine Arts;
Richard Potts Johnson, Webster Godman
Simon, Charles Austin Hobbs and Lawrence
Washington Murphy, in Mathematics.

Leelturers: FitsRoy Carrington, on the His-
tory of Engraving; Edward Waldo Forbes, on
the Fine Arts'! George Parker Winship, on the
History of Printing.

Voted to appoint Dr. Franklin Dexter,
Director of Scholarships in the Medical
School for five years from Sept. 1, 1915.

Voted to change the title of Robert
Williamson Lovett from Professor of
Orthopedics to Professor of Orthopedic



Meeting of May 10, 1915.
The Treasurer reported the receipt of
securities valued at $640 from the estate
of Francb Skinner, a further contribu-
tion on account of his residuary bequest



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to the Medical School, and the same was
gratefully accepted.

Voted that the President and Fellows
desire to express their gratitude to the
following persons for their generous
gifts:

To the United Fruit Co. for the sift of t2500
in support of the work of the Department of
Tropical Medicine for the year 1015-16.

To His Excellency Edwin V. Morgan for his
gift of $1000 for a collection of books on Para-
guay for the College Library.

To the Massachusetts Society for Promot-
ing Agriculture for their gift of $625, the third
quarterly pasmient for the year 1914-15 on
account of their annual gift of $2500 to the
Arboretum, $500 thereof to be added to the
permanent fund of the Arboretum and the
balance to be applied to the current uses, in
accordance with their vote of July 10, 1014.

To Messrs. Felix M. Warburg and Robert
Saltonstall for their gifts of $500 each, to Mr.
Frederick P. Cabot for his gift of $300. and to
Mr. Charles W. Hubbard of $200 toward a
salary in the Division of Education.

To the Trustees of the Elisabeth Thompson
Science Fund for their gift of $500 to be added
to the fund established by Dr. Minot for the
maintenance of the "Harvard Embrycdogieal
Collection."

To the Dante Society for the gift of $150 for
the maintenance oi the Dante Collection in
the Univovity Library and $50 for the Dante
Prise.

To Mr. Charles C. Jackson for his gift of
$100 toward a salary in the Division of Edu-
cation.

To Messrs. A. Lbcoln Filene and Robert
Saltonstall for their gifts of $50 each toward
the expense of training an instructor in the
Division oi Education.

To Mr. Paul E. Fitspatrick for his gift of
$50, being the amount of his honorarium re-
turned for lecturing before the Graduate
School of Business Administration.

Voted that the President and Fellows
desire to express to Professor Theobald
Smith their deep appreciation of his
devoted and skilled service to the Uni-
versity for so many years and of his
important contributions to the knowl-
edge and prevention of disease. His
resignation is accepted with regret, to
take effect August SI, 1915.

Voted to make the following appoint-
ments for one year from Sept. 1, 1915:

AatistanU: Herbert Frederick Engelbrecht,
Alexander Donald Maodonald, Leon Ernest



Ramsdell, Osman James Walker and Carl
Henry Wilson, in Chemistry; Fred Charles
Langenberg, in Metallurgy and Metallog-
raphy; William Thomson, in Semitio Lan-
guages.

Auttin Teaehing FtUotp§: Carl Eugen Guthe,
Jr., in Anthropology; Walter Cecil Schumb,
in Chemistry.

InUnutora: Earnest Albert Hooton, in An-
thropology; John Wymond Miller Bunker, in
Sanitary Biology; Walter Scott Weeks, in
Mining; Edward Vere Brewer, Arthur Burk-
hard. Frank Stanton Cawley, Asbury Haven
Herrick, Ray Waldron Pettengill, Friedrich
Schoenemann and Henry Harmon Stevens in
German.

Robert Van Arsdale Norris, Lecturer on
Coal Mining; Charles Jacob Gale, Auditor of
the Harvard Dining Halls; Frederick Wilkey,
Manager of the Harvard Dining Halls.

Voted to appoint Oswald Garrison
Villard, *08, a member of the Harvard
Commisnon on Western Histoiy from
May 1, 1915.

Notice was received of the dection of
Henry A. Murray, Jr., and Francis W.
Capper as Undergraduate Members
of the Committee on the Regulation of
Athletic Sports for the second half of
1914-15, in place of William C. CUain,
Jr., and Russell R. Ayres.

Voted to grant leave of absence to Dr.
Kenneth Grant Tremayne Webster for
the second half of 1915-16.

MeeUng of May 24, 1915.
Voted that the President and Fellows
desire to express their gratitude to the
following persons for their generous
gifts:

To Mr. M. Doufl^as Flattery for his gift of
securities, valued at $11,800, "to establish the
Flattery Research Fund, the income of which
is to be used to promote the scientific study,
at the Harvard Medical School, of the cause,
the cure and the prevention of disease.'*

To Mr. Augustus Heraenwsy for his gift of
$300 toward a certain salary.

To Mr. R. Clipston Sturgis for his gift of
$200 toward a certain salary.

To the Harvard Club of Pennsylvania for
the gift of $186.82 in payment of the cost of
planting an elm tree in the College Yard.

To the Harvard Club of Washington for the
gift of $125, the second instalment of the
scholarship for the year 1014-15.

To Mr. Jacob H. SchifF for his gift of $100



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for the Hanrard Menorah Priie for the year
1914-15.

To Mr. Joeeph E. Sterrett for his ^fi of $100
for the purchase of booka for the Library of
the Graduate School of Bunneee Admiaistra-
tion.

To Mr. George Nixon Blaek for his gift of
SlOO, to Messrs. J. Templeman Coolidge and
Felix M. Warburg for their pfts of $50 each
and to Mr. Dan Fellowa Piatt for his gift of
$25 "for the purchase of photographs for the
use of the courses in drawing in the Depart-
ment of Fine Arts.'*

To Dr. Alexander Forbes for his gift of $50
for the Bermuda Biological Station for Re-
search.

To Assistant Professor Theodore Lsrman for
his gift of $50 for the purchase of books for the
College Library.

To Mr. Jerome D. Greene for his gift of
$17.35 for subscription to the "Japan Weekly
MaiL"

The President reported the death of
Murray Anthony Potter, Assutant Pro-
fessor of Romance Languages, which
occurred on the 17th inst, in the 45th
year of his age.

The resignation of Eugene Joseph
Armand Duquesne as Professor of Archi-
tectural Design was received and ac-
cepted to take effect at the end of the
first half of 1914-15.

The resignation of Hu£^ Wilson
Josephs as Assistant in Chemistry was
received and accepted to take effect
Sept. 1, 1015.

Voted to make the following appoint-
ments for one year from Sept. 1, 1015:.

AsaidanU: Joseph Paul Kaufman, in Com-
parative Literature; Ernest Henry Wilson, at
the Arnold Arboretum; Frederick Sayfcxti
Bacon, Leslie Briggs Coombs, Amos Knapp
Hobby, Joseph Wylie MacNaugher, and Lee
Inrin Smith, in Chemistry; Christian Nus-
baum, Harry Clark, David Locke Webster,
James Beebee Brinsmade, Franklin Living-
ston Hunt, Annan Edward Becker, Robert
Harrington Kent, Paul Earls Sabine, in Phys-
ics; Oscar Baxter Ryder, Norman John Silber-
ling, Russell Weisman, Merton Kirk Cameron,
John Bovingdon, Arthur Eli Monroe, John
Valentine Van Sickle, in Economics.

Ifutntetort: Harold Kitchinffs Burbank,
Philip Green Wright, Edmond Earle Lincoln,
and Frederic Ernest Richter, in Economics;
Edward Ballantine, in Music; William Ander-
son, in Municipal Government.

Lecturer*: William Stanley Parkw, on Arch-
itectural Practice; Frederic Palmer, on Prao-



tioal Theology, and a member of the Faculty

of Divinity.

' Sanitary Inepedor: John Wymond Miller

Bunktf.

Tutor in the Division of History, Govern-
mmi and Bconomice: William Anderson.

Meeting of June 7, 1015.
Voted that the President and Fellows
desire to express their gratitude to the
following persons for their generous
gifts:

To *'a group of Harvard graduates and
friends of Philosophy" for their gifts amount-
ing to $2000 toward a certain salary.

To an anonymous friend for the gift of
$1275, for salaries in the Department of
Physics for 1915-16.

To an anonymous friend for the gift of
$1000, to be added to the income of the En-
dowment Fund of the Jefferson Physical
Laboratory.

To Mr. Horace S. Sears for his gift of $1000,
his first payment on account of his offer of one
thousand dollars a year for three years toward
a certain salary.

To the Harvard Medical Alumni Association
for the gift of $400 to be used in payment for
show cases in the Library at the Medical
School.

To Mrs. David P. Kimball for her gift of
$100, to "A Friend" for $75. to Miss Ellen F.
Mason and Miss Fanny P. Mason for their
gifts of $50 each, and to Mrs. Henry Parkman
for $25 for the Bermuda Biological Station
for Research.

To Mr. Rodolphe L. Agassis for his gift of
$200 and to Mr. James F. Porter of $50 for the
Bermuda Biological Station for Research.

To Messrs. Bradley W. Palmer and Guerdon
S. Holden for their gifts of $100 each and to
Mr. Theron E. Catlih for his gift of $50 to-
ward the expenses of the summer field work
in Cidorado, under the direction of Professor
Atwood.

To Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nichols for
their gift of $100 and to Miss Mabel Sturgis
for her gift of $100 toward the expenses of
the School for Social Workers.

To Mrs. Murray Anthony Potter for her
gift of $175 for the Susan Anthony Potter
Prises for the year 1914-15.

To an anonymous friend for the gift of $50,
to be used as a prise for the encouragement of
the study of the Old Testament.

The resignation of Howard Levi Gray
as Assistant Professor of History and
Tutor in the Division of History, Gov-
ernment and Economics was received
and accepted to take effect Aug. SI,
1915.



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Voted to appoint Clarence Enkine
Kelley, Auistant in Astronomy from
Feb. 1, for the remainder of 1914-15.

Voted to appoint Alexander Swanaon
Begg, Assistant Secretary of the Grad-
uate School of Medicine from June 1 to
Sept. 1, 1015.

Voted to make the following appoint-
ments for one year from Sept. 1, 1915:

A««utonte: Arthur Blias Se3rinottr, in the
Cryptogmmic Herbarium; Jamee Royal Mar-
tan, in Physiolocy.

Reteareh Feliow: Harold Eugene Bigelow,
in Chemistry.

- ItuHrtuUr: Carl Ludwig Schrader, in Gym-
nastioB.

Lecturer*: Christian Carl Carstens, on Social
Ethios; Louis Adams Frothingham, State and
City Government in Massachusetts.

Regent: Edward Deshon Brandegee.

Voted to appoint a Committee on
Parts at Commencement for the coming
academic year, to consist of Professors
Briggs, Fenn, Winter, Ripley, C. N.
Jackson, Frankfurter, and Sprague.

Voted to appoint Frederick Henderson
Stems, Associate in Anthropology from
Sept. 1, 1915.

Voted to appoint the following Assist-
ant Professors for five years from Sept.
1, 1915: Arthur fisher Whittem, of
Romance Languages; William James
Cunningham, Transportation.

Voted to proceed to the election of an
Associate Professor of Embryology, to
serve from September 1, 1915: Where-
upon, ballots being given in, it ap-
peared that Frederic Thomas Lewis was
elected.

Voted to proceed to the election of an
Associate Professor of Anatomy, to
serve from September 1, 1915: Where-
upon, ballots being given in, it appeared
that John Warren was elected.

Voted to proceed to the election of an
Associate Professor of Histology, to
serve from September 1, 1915: Where-
upon, ballots being given in, it appeared
that John Lewb Bremer was elected.



VoUd to grant leave of absence to
Prof. Irving Babbitt for the first half of
the academic year 1915-16, in accord-
ance with the rules established by this
Board May 81, 1880.

Voted to grant leave of absence to
Prof. George Andrew Reisner from Sept
1, 1915, to Sept. 1, 1916.

Meeting cf June 83, 1915.

The foUowing receipt was reported,
and the same was gratefully accepted:
From the estate of Rebecca A. Greene,
$100 additional for the use of the Medi-
cal School.

The following letter was presented:

Naw You, June 21, 1916.
To tKe Preeident and FeUom a/Hanard Uni-

eereity:
Bibs:

TKe Jamee J. HiU Profeeeonhip ef Trane-
portation in the Hanard Oraduate School of
Bueineee Adminietration.

The underaigned seU-oonstitttted Conmiit-
tee, representing a wide circle of friends and
admirers of James J. HiU, Esquire, and desir-
ing to perpetuate many of Mr. Hill's ideas in
a way so as to merit his cordial counsel and
support and at the same time give ample lati-
tude in administration to the University,
hereby present to the President and Fellows
of Harvard University the sum of SI 25.000,
to found the James J. Hill Professorship of
Transportation.

The income only of this fund shall be used
to maintain a Professorship in the Graduate
School of Business Administration of Harvard
University. It is our desire that the recipient
or recipients of this income shall give instruc-
tion or promote investigations in the subject
of Transportation, giving chief attention to
railroad transportation. While it is our faiten-
tion that this income shall ordinarily secure
the service of a competent teacher, it is also
our desire to promote research, and if for any
reason the Professorship should be temporarily
vacant, or in the discretion of the President
and Fellows it should be unnecessary to apply
the entire income of this fund to maintain the
Professorship, they are authorised to use the
income and accumulated income in contribute
ing to the instruction and research in the Uni-
versity in the subjects named in such way as
they see fit.

Attached hereto you will find a list of the
donors of this gift, with the amount of their
subscriptions. We trust that formal acknowl-
edgment will be sent in due course to each one
of these donors, whose addresses we also fur^



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niah you, and that you wfll also notify Mr.

James J. Hill ol this foundation in his name.
With great respect, we are, dear Sirs,
Faithfully yours,
RoBBBT Bacon,
Gno. F. Bakkr,
HowABD Elliott,
Abthub CuBTias Jambb,
Thomas W. Lakont,
RoBBBT T. Lincoln,

J. P. MOBOAN,

And it was thereupon VcUd, that this
generous gift be gratefully accepted in
aooordanoe with the terms of the above
letter, and that the President and Fel-
lows desire to express th^ gratitude to
each giver.

VoUd that the President and Fellows
denre to express their gratitude to the
following persons for their generous gifts:

For the sift of S2500. being the interest at
four per oent from Jan. 1, 1015. on the sub-
scriptions to the HiU Professorship, to be
applied to the current eziMnses of the Gradu-
ate School of Business Administration for
1914-15.

To Mr. Frank Graham Thomson for his
gift of t2500 on account of his offer of $5000
a year for ten years, beginning with the year
1909-10, for instruction in Municipal Govern-
ment, in addition to that already given.

To MesBTB. Frank Graham Thomson and
Clarke Thomson for their gifts amoimting to
$1250, the second half-yearly payment for
1914-15 on account of their offer of $2500 a
year for five years for supporting the Bureau
of Municipal Research in connection with the
course in Mimidpal Government.
- To the Overseers' Committee to Visit the
Division of Forestry for the gift of $1300 for
a certain salary.

To Mr. James J. Storrow for his gift of
$1000. to Messrs. Stephen M. Weld and John
S. Lawrence for their gifts of $500 each and to
Mr. Frederic C. Dumaine for his gift of $100
to be credited to the guaranteed deficit fund
in the Graduate School of Business Adminis-
tration.

To Mr. Alfred T. White for his gift of $1000
additional for the department of Social Ethics.

To Miss Elisabeth G. Houghton for her gift
of $250 and to Mrs. N. P. HaUoweU for her
gift of $75 for the Bermuda Biological Station
for Research.

For anonymous gifts amounting to $500 for
a certain sidary for the year 1914-16.

To Mr. Abraham Koshland for his gift of
$215 toward the needs of the Semitic Depart-
ment and the Museum.

To Mr. George O. May for his gift of $150



for prises in the Graduate School of Business
Administration.

To the Harvard Club of Kewburyport for
the gift of $50, the final instalment of the
scholarship for the year 1914-15.

To the Harvard Club of San Francisco for
the gift of $50 on accoimt of the scholarship
for the year 1914-15.

To Mrs. Luther S. Livingston for her gift
of $25 for books of bibliographical interest for
the College Library, and to Mr. Harold J.
Coolidge for his gift of $50 for the purchase of
books on China.

To Professor W. B. Munro for his gift of
$45.15 to be used as a special gift, to be ap-
plied toward his courses in Government.

To an anonymous friend for the gift of $40
for the Old Testament Prises for the year
1914-15.

To Mr. Joseph J. Sleohta for his gift of $35
for two special prises for undergraduates for
the best theses on "The Economic A Indus-
trial Conditions in Brasil, with special Refer-
ence to the Purchasing Capacity of Brasilian
Markets for American Goods."

To Dr. Walter P. Bowers and Dr. Harold
C. Ernst for their gifts of $25 each to be added
to the Loan Fund, Medical School, Class of
1879.

To Mr. Henry H. Edes for his gift of a copy
of a reproduction of the academic degree pre-
sented to Washington by Harvard College,
and the same was gratefully accepted.

The President reported the death of
John Hildreth McCollom, Professor of
Contagious Diseases, Emeritus, which
occurred on the 14th inst., in the 7Sd
year of his age.

The resignation of John Wymond
Miller Bunker as Instructor in Sanitary
Biology and Sanitary Inspector was
received and accepted to take effect
Sept. 1, 1915.

VaUd to make the following appoint-
ments for one year from Sept. 1, 1015:

ProcUm: F. D. Adams. A. H. Alexander,
H. R. Amory, O. R. Atkinson, P. Blaokmur,
F. G. Blair. A. M. Boal. A. Burkhard. R. W.
Chubb, J. B. Cummings. F. J. Deane. J. Gar-
land, S. Hale. O. W. Hauasermann. C. P.
Howard, W. Hugue. C. W. Hutchinson, H. G.
Knight, B. H. Knollenberg, M. J. Logan, R.
H. Loomis, L. W. McKernan, C. Magruder,
C. M. Makepeace, W. M. Marston, L. S.
Mayo, J. L. Moore, J. R. Morton, F. S. Moul-
ton, D. C. Parmenter, C. S. Pendleton, C. P.
Pennoyer. D. C. Pitcher, T. K. Richards,
F. E. Richter, K. C. Royall. O. G. Saxon, W.
H. Shepardson. F. J. Smiley, E. D. Smith,
8. P. Speer, E. O. Tabor, J. Varney, A.



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Wandtke, N. Weaver, R. O. White, R. B.
Wisglesworth.

AtnalanU: Floyd Henry Allport, Winthrop
Piokard Bell, Thomas Steams Eliot, Seymour
Guy Martin, Robert Lindley Murray Under-
bill, in Philosophy; Robert Wheaton Coues,
Robert Winslow Gordon. Charles Oott. Hun-
ley Whatley Herrincton, Thurman Los Hood,
Kenneth Payson Kempton, Jonathan Leon-
ard, Herbert Winslow Smith, George Henry
Tufts, and Brewer Goddard Whitmore, in
English; Henry Hallowell Farquhar, in Fac-
tory Management.

Atutin TeaehitHf FdJcw: Joseph Yinoent
Fuller and Clyde Ledare Grose, in History.

Inttruetora: Paull Franklin Baum, Peroy
Waldron Long. Howard RoUin Patch, Fred-
eric Schenck, Arthur Parker Stone, and
Charles Edward Whitmore, in English; Wil-
liam Eustis Brown, in PubUo Health Admin-
istration: Roger Noble Bumham, in Model-
ing; Clarence Enldne Kelley, in Astronomy;
Aristides Evangelus Phoutrides, in Greek and
Latin; Bremer Whidden Pond, in Landscape
Architecture; Albert Abraham Shapiro, in
Romance Languages; Charles Howard WsJker
in Decorative Design; Harry Austryn Wolf-
son, in Jewish Literature and Philosophy;
Melville Conley Whipple, in Sanitary Biology.

Lecturer: Norman Scott Brian Gras, on
Economic History.

TiUore: Pitman Benjamin Potter, Frederic
Ernest Riehter. Frederic Schenck, Philip
Green Wright.

Secretary of the CommiUee on the Uee of Bng*
liah by StuderUe: William Chase Greene.

Advisory Committee on Debating: A. P. Stone,
R. W. Kelso. C. A. Trafford.

Sanitary Inepector: Melville Conley Whipple.

Visiting Lectiurer on Gotemment: L6on
Dupries.

Medical School.

Lecturers: Freeman Allen, Walter Meredith
Boothby and Frank Linden Richardson, on
AuMthesia; John Taylor Bottomley, Farrar
Cobb, Frederic Jay Cotton. Fred Bates Lund
and Samuel Jason Mixter, on Surgery; Fred-
eric Codman Cobb, on Larsmgology; Allen
Greenwood, Walter Brackett Lancaster and
Frederick Herman Verhoeff, on Ophthal-
mology; Frederick Lafayette Jack, on Otol-
ogy; Fiends Joseph Keany and Harvey
Parker Towle. on Dermatology.

Associates: Elliott Gray Brackett and
Augustus Thomdike, in Orthopedic Surgery;
William Howard Faulkner, John Homans,
Joshua Clapp Hubbard and Daniel Fiske
Jones, in Surgery; Philip Hammond, in
Otology.

Instructors: James Earle Ash, Nathan
Chandler Foot and Ernest William Good-
pasture, in Pathology; James Bourne Ayer, in
Neurology; George Sherwin Clark Badger,
Henry Fox Hewes. Ralph Clinton Larrabee,
Francis Winslow Palfr^, Joseph Hersey



Pratt, Arthur Ktoffibary Stone and FnnkBn
Warren White, in Medicine; Harry Aldridi
Barnes, John Hammond Blodgett, Joseph
Payson Clark. Rockwell Augustus Coffin,
Joseph Lincoln Goodale and Daniel Crosby
Greene, in Laryngology; Frederick Stanford
Bums, in Deraoatology ; John Henry Cunning-
ham, Jr., in Genito-Urinary Surgery; Charles
Clayton Dennis and Henry Demarest Llojrd,
in Syphilis; George Strong Derby. Henry Hill
Haskell, ^Vllliam Norwood Souter and Fred
Maurice Spalding, in Ophthalmology; Walter
James Dodd, in Roentgenology; Calvin Bar-
stow Faunoe. Jr., William Fletcher Knowles
and David Harold Walker, in Otology; Cleave-
land Floyd, Calvin Gates Page and Albert
Edward Steele, in Bacteriology; Frank Butler
Grangw, in Electrotherapeutics; Walter Mere-
dith Boothby, Robert MontraviUe Green and
Harris Peyton Mosher, in Anatomy; Francis
Browne Grinnell and Wilson George Smillie,
in Preventive Medicine and Hygiene; May-
nard Ladd and Philip Haskell Sylvester, in
Pediatrics; Daniel Francis Mahoney, in Sur-
gery; Robert Bayley Osgood and Robert
Soutter, in Orthopedic Surgery; Malcolm
Storer and Emest Boyen Young, in Gyne-
cology; Howard Townsend Swain, in Obstet-
rics; Frederick Herman Verhoeff, in Ophthal-
mic Pathology.

Clinioal Instructors: Henry Ingersoll Bow-
ditch and Arthur Allison Howard, in Pedi-
atrics.

Teaching PeOows: Edward Allen Boyden
and Paul Eugene Lineback, in Histology and
Embryology; McKeen Cattdl, Frank Alex-
ander Hartman and Brenton Reid Luts, in
Physiology; Gustav Philip Grabfield, in Phar-
macology; Theodore F^rederiok Zueker, in
Bi<Jogical Chemistry.

PdJUnos: Zabdiel Boylston Adams, in Anat-
omy; Richard Dana Bell and Henry Lyman,
in Biological Chemistry; Gordon Berry, Fran-
cis Patten Emerson, Frederidc Eugene Gar-
land and Chandler Bobbins, in Larjmgology;
John Hammond Blodgett, John Leroy Lougee
and Leon Edward White, in Otology: William
Joseph Brickley, Harry Fairbanks Hartwell
and Mark Hunking Wentworth. in Surgery;
Harold Beckles Chandler. Edward Keith
Ellis. Charles David Jones. William Liebman,
William Holbrook Lowell. Rohmd Chester
Mackensie, George Hale Ryder, Patrick Som-
ers Smyth. Henry Burt Stevens. Peter Hunter
Thompson and Edward Russell Williams, in
Ophthalmology; Theodore Williams Ely.
Martin Joseph English, Richard Spelman
Eustis. Harold Adams Gale. Joseph Isaac
Grover. Robert Bates Hunt. Karlton Goodsell
Percy and Edwin Theodore Wyman, in Pedi-
atrics; Henry Joseph FitsSimmons, in Ortho-
pedic Surgery; John Wilkes Hammond. Jr.,
and James Albert HoneiJ. in Bacteriology;
James Lincoln Huntington. Frank Arthur
Pemberton, Richard Goodwin Wadsworth
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Jamea Patrick O'Hare. Walter Walker Palmer
and Paul Dudley White, in Medicine:
Townaend William Thomdike, in Dermatol-
ogy.

AvMtin Tmekina PdJcw: Albert Alphonao
Wood Ghoreyeb, in Pathology; Harold Fisher
Pierce, in Physiology; Thomas Foster Wheel-
don, in Histology and Embryology; lifaclyer



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