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Choate, 8d, Southborou|^; J. B. Choate,
Southborough; V. S. Church, Washings
ton. Conn.; W. H. Claflin, Jr., 269 Com-
monwealth Ave., Boston; J. C. Clark,
BemardsviUe, N. J.; R. V. Cleary. 19
Bradley St, Naugatuck, Conn.; B. Cobb,
449 Park Ave., New York, N.Y.; R. C.
Cobb, Dunster Rd., Chestnut Hill; H.
Cohen, 24 Canterbuiy St., Dorchester;
M. Cohen, 89 Ruthven St., Roxbury;
E. H. Cole, 86 Tower St., Somerville;
K. J. Conant, Two Rivers, Wis.; R. E.
Connell, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; J. F. Con-



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way, 1S7 Exchange St., Rockland; A. S.
Coolidge, Pittsfield; T. J. Coolidge, 3d,
184 Beacon St., Boston; D. C. Cottrell,
18 Elm St., Westerly, R.I.; P. G. Court-
ney, 486 Marlborough St., Boston; A. C.
Cox, 4666 Lake Park Ave., Chicago, 111.;
P. P. Cram, 14 Westland Terrace, Hav-
erhill; £. £. Cummings, 104 Irving St.,
Cambridge; L. Cunningham, 135 Ivy
St, Brookline; E. P. C. Currier, 137
Ehn St., Amesbury; B. C. CurUs, 116
East 62d St., New York, N.Y.; F. J.
Curtis, 131 Otis St., Cambridge; H.
Curtis, 1000 University Ave., St. Paul,
Minn.; C. F. Damon, Honolulu, Hawaii;
E. C. B. Danforth, Jr., 1021 Telfair St.,
Augusta, Ga.; S. Daniels, 12 Harlem St.,
Dorchester; W. H. Davidson, 64 Glen-
way St., Boston; J. Davis, 403 West 13th
St., Pueblo, Col; M. Davis, 85 McLean
St., Boston; R. L. Davis, AshUbula, O.;
T. Davis, 31 Allerton St., Brookline; E.
Davison, 6 Maplewood Rd., Worcester;
H. DeFord, 840 Tappan St, Brookline;
R. W. Dixon, 75 Sherman St., Portland*
Me.; R. A. Donahoe, 132 Mt. Vernon St
Lowell; R. G. Donahue, 11 Centre Ave.,
Dorchester; E. S. Draper, Hopedale; B.
Duer, 127 East 78th St., New York,
N.Y.; G. H. Durgin, Exeter, N.H.; R. S.
Easter, 27 Milton St., West Somerville;
J. A. Edgarton, 1196 Broadway, Fulton,
N.Y.; H. H. Edgerton, 5 Wabut Ave.,
Cambridge; G. L. Elken, Maryville, No.
Dak.; J. A. Elliott, 154 Quincy St., Dor-
chester; W. A. Elliott, 155 Summer St.,
Newton Centre; J. A. Embry, Dade
City, Pasco Co., Fla.; J. Endicott, 886
Longwood Ave., Boston; C. Epstein, 28
Elmhurst St., Dorchester; A. Ettinger,
656 Euclid Ave., Qeveland, O.; A. P.
Evans, Jr., 85 Warren St., Concord,
N.H.; F. H. Evans, 130 N. Main St.,
New Castle, Ind.; P. C. Fahmey, 70
Summit Ave., Winthrop; P. E. Fardy,
886 Cambridge St., AUston; L. M. Far-
rin, 2 Inman St., Cambridge; W. S. Fel-



ton, 857 Essex St., Salem; R. C. Fenn,
5 Divinity Ave., Cambridge; F. C. Fer-
nald, 2217 Capitol Ave., Omaha, Neb.;
H. G. files, 38 Holbom St., Roxbury;
H. P. Fmkelstein, 141 Trenton St., East
Boston; A. Fisher, 1313 North State St.,
Chicago, 111.; J. S. Fleek, Hudson Ave.,
Newark, O.; H. E. Fitzgibbons, 484
Washington St., Whitman; J. R. Flem-
ing, 1288 Commonwealth Ave., AUston;
G. W. Fowler, 24 Concord St., Maynard;
H. Francke, 3 Berkeley PI., Cambridge;

C. G. Freese, 114 Union Ave., Framing-
ham; W. R. Freitas, 131 County St.,
New Bedford; H. A. Friedlich, care M.
G. Block, Spitzer Building, Toledo, O.
S. Frindel, Jr., 2783 Broadway, New
York, N.Y.; R. B. Frye, 187 Pleasant
St., Marlboro; J. F. FuHer, Clinton; T. J.

D. Fuller, 2817 Ashmead PI., Washing-
ton, D.C.; R. T. Gannett, 3 Channing
PL, Cambridge; J. Garland, 5 Woodside
Rd., Brookline; G. M. Gates, 97 Avon
Hill St., Cambridge; M. F. Gates, Lon-
oke, Ark.; C. E. Gibbs, Warrensville, O.;

E. W. Giblin, Concord; E. J. B. Gorman,
South West, cor. First & Perry Sts.,
Dayton, O.; V. J. Grace, 288 Pahner St.,
New Bedford; J. M. Graham, Jr., 6420
Kentucky Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.; U. S.
Grant, 4th, 718 Ash St, San Diego, Cal.;

F. Graves, 547 Grand Ave., St. Paul,
Minn.; D. R. Gray, care Geo. T. Gray,
203 Produce Exchange, New York. N.Y.;
S. F. Greeley, 655 Maple Ave., Win-
netka. 111.; J. Greenough, 33 Concord
Ave., Cambridge; E. L. Griffiths, 3649
Penn St, Kansas City, Mo.; S. P.
Griffitts, 43 So. Spring Ave., La Grange,
111.; S. E. Guild, 102 Beacon St., Boston;
S. F. Haines, 612 Cutler St., Rochester,
Minn.; G. Hale, care Professor Hale,
Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, III; M. F.
HaU, 57 High St., Charlestown; S. S
Hall, Jr.. 17 Upper Mountain Ave.,
Montclair, N.J.; H. H. Halsell, 624 West
15th St., Oklahoma City, Okla.; F. L.



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Ham, 220 School St., Somerviile; R. C.
Hamlen, 16 Carleton St, Portland, Me.;
E. O. Handy, Univeraity Club, Akron,
O.; E. & Handy, 3d, 128 Dewitt St.,
Syracuse, N.Y.; T. E. Hanley, 44 Jack-
son Ave., Bradford, Pa. ; H. R. Hard wide,
50 Chestnut St., Quincy; F. G. Harri-
man, 15 Whittemore St., Arlington;
R. M. Harrington, 595 Asland Ave.,
Buffalo, N.Y.; L. deJ. Harvard, 25 Sin-
clair Gardens, West Kensington W., Lon-
don, England; R. D. Harvey, Couder-
sport. Pa.; B. Harwood, 863 Waverley
Ave., Newton; H. D. Hatch, 88 Feny
St, Maiden; E. P. Hayes, 31 Higgins St,
Portland, Me.; F. L. Healey, 52 Brook-
dale St., Roslindale; J. S. van Heerden,
Box 174, Middlebuiy, Transvaal, Sa
Africa; L. Hemenway, Blue Hill Farm,
Readville; E. H. Heminway, Wainscott,
Long Island, N.Y.; L. C. Henin, 274
Forest Park Ave., Springfield; J. A. Hen-
ness^, 833 Geneva Ave., Dorchester;
R. M. Hersey, 24 Boylston St., Jamaica
Plain; C. A. Herter, East Hampton,
Long Island, N.Y.; J. D. Hick«gr, 175
Ai^inwall Ave., Brookline; W. C. Hickey,
14 Gould St, Wakefield; S. B. Hoar, 72
Main St., Concord; M. A. Hofer, Grand-
in Rd., Cincinnati, O.; R. H. J. Holden,
Shirley Centre; L. F. Hooper, 57 Lloyd
Rd., Montdair, N.J.; F. S. Hopkins, 110
Mill St., Springfield; C. K. Horvitz, 919
West 12th St.. Chicago, III.; S. N. Hob-
aIing,9IrvingTerrace, Cambridge; G.H.
Howard, 3d, San Mateo, Cal.; J.K. How-
ard, 353 Commonwealth Ave., Boston;
A. M. Howe, 2d, Fairmount Ave., Hyde
Park; A. Q. Hoyt, 2 East 75th St., New
York,N.Y.; E. Hubbard, Jr., 206 Beacon
St, Boston; F. E. Hulse, 26 Hurlbut St.,
Cambridge; E. T. Huriey, Baldwin, Long
Island, N.Y.; J. H. Hustis, Jr., Ill
Church St., Winchester; A. S. Hyman,
34 Cobden St, Roxbury; C. F. Ilsley,
575 Astor St., Milwaukee, Wis.; H. B.
Jackson, 16 Holbrook St, Jamaica Plain;



H. Jackson, Jr., 880 Marlboioo^ St,
Boston; R. C. Jackson, R.F.D. 4, New
London,Iowa; J. T. L. Jeffries, 105 Marl-
borough St, Boston; C. W. Jenks, 175
Naples Rd., Brookline; J. C. Jennings,
2221 Massachusetts Ave., Washington,
D.C.; H. A. Johnson, 2521 Prairie Ave.,
Chicago, HI.; L. B. Johnson, 203 High
St, Newbuiyport, Mass.; C. H. Jones,
40 Beacon St, Chestnut Hill; C. W.
Jones, 5 Holt St, Waverley; H. Jones,
United States Army, Clayville, Oneida
Co., N.Y.; L. P. Jones, 164 Ruthven St.,
Roxbury; E. W. Joyce, 29 Esmond St,
Dorchester; R. W. Kean, 25 East 37th
St, New York, N.Y.; H. S. Kedan, 102
EUeiy St, Cambridge; R. F. Kelley,'15
Nathaniel Weld PL, Jamaica Plain; R.
P. KeUey, 28 Ellis St, Brockton; A. S.
Kendall, 25 Common St., Behnont; E.
G. Kennedy, 1110 Beacon St., Brook-
line; T. L. Kennedy, care Old South
Church, Boston; J. W. Keven^, 14 So.
Munroe Terrace, Dorchester; E. Lt
Keyes, 4 Young Orchard Ave., Provi-
dence, R.I.; D. Kimball, 343 Beacon St,
Boston; JJkt Kingman, 45 Windsor Rd.,
Brookline; J. Klarfeld, 69 Green St,
Boston; L. E. Knowlton, 18 Forest St,
Cambridge; W. B. Kroetzsch, 127 How-
ard Ave., Dorchester; S. Lancaster, 18
Wahiut St, Worcester; J. T. Tinman, 9
Farrar St, Cambridge; E. A. Lawlor, 94
Bennington St., Lawrence; E. T. Leddy,
275 Washington St., Taunton; H. M.
Levy, 1123 Nashville Ave., New Orleans,
La.; P. Levy, 17 Decatur St, Boston; H.
lider. Weld Sq., New Bedford; J. W.
Lincoln, Hingham Centre; H. Linsert,
124 Goden St, Behnont; F. J. litUe, 14
Austin St, Rochester, N.Y.; H. C. lit-
tle, 17 East High St., Newburyport; J.
B. Lockwood, Qarendon, Va.; C. C.
Loomis, Mereta, Tom Green Co., Texas;
R. M. Lord, 34 Cushing St., Providence^
R.I.; N. W. Loud, 1203 N. Tejon St,
Colorado Springs, Col.; G. C. Ludlow,



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48 Sever St, Worcester; W. O. Lu»-
oombe, Jr., Woods Hole; C. L. McAlpine
2581 Point Grey Rd., Vanoouver, B.C.;
A. A. McAuslan, cai« 6. C. Collins, 512
Rhode Island Hospital Trust Bldg.,
Providence, R.I.; C. H. McCluze, 858
West Green St., Frankfort, Clinton Co.,
Ind.; W. McCormick, The Albemarle,
Washington, D.C.; A. D. Macdonald,
127 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge; V. P.
MacDonneU, Novitiate O.M.I., Tewks-
bury ; E. C. Biack, Jr., 18 Barr St., Salem;
A. T. McKay, R.F.D. 18, Danbury,
Conn.; J. D. McKinl<7, 474 Beacon St.,
Lowell; R. McKmn<7, 801 SUte St.,
Albany, N.Y.; H. G. MacLure, Newton;
J. W. MacNaui^er, 40 Dana St., Cam-
bridge; R. G. McPhaiL 898 West Ave.,
Rodhester, N.Y.; F. H. Mahn, 7 lin-
naean St., Cambridge; L. B. Mann, 14
Woodhmd Rd., Maiden; P. L. Maride,
Falling F'' Randi, Newton, Texas; S.
L. Mason,5554 Avandale Pl.,Pittsburgh,
Pa.; W. Mason, 800 Bdmont St, Fall
mver; G. E. Massey, 254 West 71st St,
New York. N.Y.; S. A. Mattiiews, 456
Beacon St, Boston; J. J. May, 886 Har-
vard St, Cambridge; C. E. Mead, Wes-
ton; E. G. Mead, 87 Pine St, WeUesl<7
Hills; R. Mead, Weston; T. K. Meloy,
640 iUverside Drive, New York, N.Y.;
G. W. Merck, 45 Park PI., New York,
N.Y.; T. W. Merriam, Skowhegan, Me.;
H. H. Meyer, 44th St ft Warwick Boule-
vard, Kansas City, Mo.; C. W. Miller,
87 Glenwood Rd., Somerville; G. H. L.
Miller, Glenside, Pa.; R. S. Mitchell,
4840 Ashland Ave., Sooth Norwood, O.;
H. F. Moncrieff, 242 Summer St, Buf-
falo, N.Y.; E. F. A. Morgan, "Dudlea,"
Chevy Chase,Md. ; C. Morris, Kverbank
Court Cambridge; S. Morse, l^ngsboro;
H. F. MueUer,180 Noble Rd.,East Cleve-
kmd, O.; E. S. Munro, Dudl^ Rd., Mil-
ton; F. F. Munroe, 1080 Commonwealth
Ave., Brighton; T. E. Muzphy, 12 Brae-
more Rd., Brookline; H. A. MamQr, Jr.,



88 West 51st New York, N.Y.; S. W.
Murray, Carlisle, Pa.; R. von Nardroff,
897 Madison St, Brooklyn, N.Y.;
B. Z. Nelson, 829 Savin Hill Ave.,
Dorchester; T. D. Nesbit 468 Riverside
Drive, New Yoric. N.Y.; B. Nichols, 88
Cedar St, Worcester; F. O. NoltiJ, Ken-
nett Sq., Pa.; H. G. Noyes, 83 Washing-
ton Park, Newtonville; W. F. Noyes, 28
Pond View Ave., Jamaica Plain; T. L.
O'Connor, 1875 Commonwealth Ave.,
Boston; N. R. O'Hara, 185 South Main
St., Middleboro; R.iW. Orcutt 888 Com-
monwealth Ave., Boston; W. A. O'Shea,
20 Wales St., Dorchester; H. McB.
Parker, Bedford; R. B. Parker, Jr., Ip-
swich; W. A. Parker, care Hanson &
Parker, 50 Congress St, Boston; M. C.
Patten, 19 South St.. Brighton; R. B.
Peirce, 718 Washington St., Brookline;
S. B. Pennock, 2002 W. Genesee St,
Syracuse, N.Y.; G. P. Pennoyer, Palmer
Houses East Orange, N.J.; C. Periuns,
1701 Connecticut Ave., Washington,
D.C; M. B. Phillips, 61 Willard Rd.,
Brookline; W. B. Pimie, 112 Magnolia
Terrace, Springfield; G. A. Plummer,
1120 Beacon St., Brookline; F. L. Porter,
8 Campo Seco St, Lawrence; J. H. Pot-
ter, Jf.. 177 Dearborn St., Buffalo, N.Y.;
G. W. F. Prescott 295 Beacon St, Bos-
ton; J. L. Priest 217 Harvard St, Brook-
line; T. J. Putnam, 68 Marlborough St.,
Boston; P. L. Rabenold, Wyomissing,
Pa.; P. Ramsay, care Sharon Herald,
Sharon, Pa.; L. E. Ramsdell, 40 River-
view Rd., Brighton; F. L. Ready, 70
Leicester St., Brighton; R. L. Redmond,
TivoU, N.Y.; S. J. Redmond, 228 Web-
ster Ave., Cambridge; J. T. S. Reed.
1524 Cambridge St., Cambridge; P. S.
Reed, Cambridge; J. R. Reinhard, 27
West 44th, New York, N.Y.; H. L. Rey-
croft 284 Pleasant St, Arlington; E.
Reynolds, Jr., Canton Ave., Milton; M.
H. Reynolds, North Bend, Oregon; S. A.
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Ridiardfl, 21S6 W. Riverside Ave., Spo-
buie. Wash.; J. J. Roach, 906 Broadway,
So. BoBton; B. RobberU, 147 Chambers
St., Boston; E. R. Roberts, Cape Girai^
deau, Mo.; B. Robinson, 8 Dyer St.,
Portland, Me.; E. M. Robinson, 788
Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. ; M. P. Rob-
inson, lOe Mt. Auburn St., Watertown;
J. C. Rock, Marlboro; K. Rogers, 65
Waumbeck St., Roxbury; F. S. Rollins,
71 Montview St., West Roxbuiy; J.
Rose, 1505 Pitkin Ave.', Brooklyn, N.Y.;
L. B. Rossbach, 56 Frankfort St., New
York, N.Y.; C.S. Rosay, San Juan, PJt.;
H. W. D. Rudd, 89 Kirkland St., Cam-
bridge; C. H. Russell, Jr., 109 East 78d
St., New York, N.Y.; H. P. RusseU, 109
East 78d St., New York, N.Y.; C. H.
Sanford. 18 Sawyer Terrace, Allston; R.
Sanger, Harvard Lampoon, Cambridge;
A. A. Sargent, 159 Devonshire St., Bos-
ton; H. A. Saj^ent, 2 Sargent Ave., Win-
ter Hill; H. A. Sassemos, 116 Adams St.,
Dorchester; E. J. Sawyer, 402 Ehn St,
Gardner; H. W. Sdilaflhorst, 96 EUery
St., Cambridge; E. J. Sdioen, 899 White
Rock Ave., Waukesha, Wis.; J. L.
Schwab, 5106 Washington Ave., St
Louis, Mo.; I. K. Searle, 799 Chebnsford
St., Lowell; S. O. Sears, Decker St; Mat-
Upan; H. L. Shannat, 15 Ehn Hill Park,
Roxbury; L. L. Shaulis, R.F.D. 1, Hol»-
apple. Pa.; E. L. Shaw, 5 Linnaean St,
Cambridge; G. H. Shaw, 28 Common-
wealth Ave., Boston; P. H. Sher-
wood, 251 Lexmgton Ave., New Y<^
N.Y.; A. Shoenfield, 272 Scott St,
Youngstown, O.; G. J. Shohofan. 19
Woodrow Ave., Dorchester; F. F. Sie-
bert, 807 Fuimount Ave., Hyde Park;
D. R. Sigouiney, 77 Beacon St., Boston;
N. Silbert, 82 Homestead St, Roxbuiy;
W. H. Siple, 881 Biassachusetts Ave.,
Cambridge; R. D. Skinner, 118 Brattle
St., Cambridge; H. Slepian, 265 Hum-
boldt Ave., Roxbury; T. M. Sloane, Jr.,
1205 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, O.; W.



B. Sloane, Box 848, Seattle, Wash.; C. H.
Smith, Francis Ave., Cambridge; E. S.
Smith, 5 Ashton Ave., Newton Centre;
F. T. Smith, 14 Harrison St, Mebose
Highlands; S. D. Smolev, 820 Broadway,
Buffak^ N.Y.; B. Snow, 106 Ehn St,
Sioneham; T. C. Soong, care St John*s
College, Shanghai, China; R. B. South-
gate, 84 William St., Worcester; C.
Southworth, 502 Chestnut St, Mead-
vitte, Pa.; S. Stanton, South Dartmouth;
M. Stem, 845 Charica St, Boston; S. D.
Stevens, Jr., 628 Osgood St, North
Andover; E. Stone, Chooorua,N.H.; J.J.
Storrow, Jr., 44 SUte St, Boston; T. W.
Storrow, Biilton St. Readville; R. W.
Story, Wmthrop St, Essex; D. L. Strick-
land, 55 Naples Rd., BrooUine; H. S.
Sturgis, 175 Jamaica Ave., Flushings
N.Y.; L. B. Sugannan, 2212 Broadway,
Little Rock, Ark.; H. Sun, care Yih
ChmgTsau, WeiHai Wei. China; T. W.
Swett 181 Perham St, West Roxbuiy;
H. Swift 878 County St, New Bedford;
S. C. Swift 81 Loid St, Waltham; E. G.
Swigert 1065 Thurman St, Portland.
Oregon; C. T. Swinnerton, 8 Dayton St,
Danven; R. Sylvester, 8 Kensington
Ave., Bradford; P. M. 3ymonds, 15
Davis Ave., West Newton; J. C. Talbot
Mflton; R. S. Tut, The Knoll, Comeli
Heights, Ithaca, N.Y.; G. M. Taylor, 19
East 64th St, New York, N.Y.; W. O.
Taylor, 1785 Massachusetts Ave., Cam-
bridge; A. S. Thayer, New Ipswich, N.H.;
W. T. S. Thomdike, 22 Marlborough St,
Boston; N. L. Toney, Bedford.; R.
Tower, 228 South 7th St, Philaddphia,
Pa.; H. P. Trainer, 740 Washmgton St,
Brookline; W. H. Tnunbull, Jr., 5 Sum-
mer St, Salem; W. J. Underwood. 50
Common St, Behnont; B.K.Vann.868
So. 5th St., Gadsen, Aku; K. L. A. Viall,
19 Hancock St., Lynn; H. A. Vogel,
Pfeister & Vogel Loither Co., Milwau-
kee, Wis.; J. Walcott Concord; C. S.
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E. J. Wall, 889 Foarth St, Sooth Boston;
J. S. Walsh, 56 Moseley St., Dorchester;

A. B. Warren, Garden Terrace, Cam-
bridge; W. M. Washburn, 52 East 79th
St. New York, N.Y.; J. B. Waterman,
458 Madison St, Fall River; P. B. Wat-
son, Jr., 5 Hutchinson St, Milton; R. C.
Watson, South Dartmouth; A. X Weath-
erfaead, Jr., 1777 Crawford Rd., Cleve-
land, O. ; A. H. Webber, 310 East Chapin
St, Cadillac, Mich.; M. Weiss, 2842 East
48d St, Cleveland, O.; F. S. Welsh, 11
High St, Hudson; H. M. Werteimer,
1S229 Euclid Ave., Clevdand, O.; G. A.
E. Wessman, 54 Fayette St, Cambridge;
M. Weston, 6 Fayerweather St., Cam-
bridge; H. W. Wheeler, 84 Hammond
St., Cambridge; R. B. Whidden, Lowell;
C. A. N. White, 612 Washington Ave.,
Cairo, HI.; R. J. White, 14 Fatten St.,
Watertown; G. Whitdbead, 57 Dana St,
Cambridge; B. P. Whitn^, Wayland;
G. H. Whitn^, 282 Marlborou^ St,
Boston; W. W. Whitney, Winchendon;
M. L. Wiener, 6 Sacramento St., Cam-
bridge; F. Wigglesworth, Mflton; E. W.
Wilder, 90 Columbia Rd., Dorchester; B.

B. Williams, 15 Common St., Dedham;
G. H. Williams, 808 Cathedral St, Balti-
more, Md. ; R. J. Williams, Jr., 8 Colum-
bia Terrace, Dorchester; G. L. Wilson, 6
Acacia St., Cambridge; B. Winkleman,
6705 Rising Sun Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ;
J. Wmlock, 41 Bowdoin St., Cambridge;
P. Wmsor, Weston; F. B. Withington,
700 Prospect St, Honolulu, Hawaii; H.
N. Witt 52 White St. East Boston; R.
L. Wolf, 11, 201 Bellflower Rd., Cleve-
land, O.; C. Wood, Jr., 78 Wendell St.,
Cambridge; B. Woronoff, 11 Lowell St,
Boston; H. M. Wright 507 West Chelten
Ave., Germantown, Pa.; R. H. Wyner,
61 Charlotte St., Dorchester; B. V.
Zamore, 1293 Cambridge St., Cambridge;
W. Ziegler, Jr., 527 Fifth Ave., New
Yoric, N.Y.; J. S. Zinsser, Hastings-on-
Hudson. N.Y.



GRADUATE SCH00I5.

Oraduaie School of Arts and Sciences.

The addresses and probable occupa-
tions, as far as they are known, of the
following are: R. A. Bakeman, Spring-
field, teaching; K. Bedrosian, 56 E. Hav-
erhill St., Lawrence; S. M. Bemis, 80
Bradbury Ave., Medford, college teach-
ing; Jacobus C. Bosman, 70 Koch St,
Pl-etoria» S. Af., teaching; E. V. Brewer,
507 E 124th St., Cleveland, O., teaching;
S. H. Brown, Westtown, Pa., teaching
History and Government; F. M. Buck-
ley, 23 Sacramento St., Cambridge,
teaching; H. E. Burtt 84 Sheridan St,
Haverhill, teaching Psychology in Sim-
mons College; R. T. Bye, 150 N 15th St,
Phikddphia, Pa.; J. M. Carpenter, 103
Francis St., Boston, physiological chem-
ist at Nutrition Labratory, Boston; W.
C. Clark, Martintown, Ont., Can., lec-
turer in Economics at Queen's Univer-
sity, Kingston, Ont.; W. J. Crozier,
Agar's Island, Bermuda, resident natu-
ralist Bermuda Biological Station; C. W
David* Onarga, HI., teaching; J. A.
Easley, Jr., Greenville, S.C., ministry;
Gabriel Farrell, 62 Central St., Somer-
ville, ministry; W. G. Foye, W. Bridge-
water, scientific expedition to the Fiji
Is.; I. C. Gardner, Reynolds, Ind.;
Mason Garfield, Williamstown; C. E.
Glodc, 616 Somerset St., Johnstown, Pa.
law; C. T. Gorde, Shelley. N.C., teach-
ing; E. L. Harrington, Maryville, Mo.;
J. S. van Heerden, Middleburg, Trans-
vaal, teaching; A. H. Herrick, 34 Maple
Ave., Cambridge, teaching; E. D. Keith,
1815 Ditmas Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y.,
linen manufacturing; B. R. Le¥^ Univ.
of Utah, Salt Lake City, Asst. Prof, of
English in Univ. of Utah; L. H. Miller,
'14, Tuxedo, N.Y.. ministry; E. K.
Mafres, Gunnison, Col., teaching; C. C.
McCracken, Oxford, O., Prof, of Psy-
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College for Women; F. E. Malidc. A06 N.
Market St., Shamokm, Pa., teaching;
K, O. Mason, 50 Maynard St., Paw-
tucket, R.I., teaching; W. E. Milne,
1046 Boyce Ave., Walla Walla, Waah.,
teaching; J. L. Moore, '14, Ematu, Pa.;
L. B. Mofls, Nanking, China, teaching;
A. D. Muir, Lander, Manitoba, "in the
British forces next year " ; Christian Nus-
baum, Columbus Grove, Pa., teaching;
A. E. Phoutrides, 21 EUery St., Cam-
bridge, teaching in philology; J. C. Po-
land, Jr., '11, 124 Temple St., West
Boxbury, ministry; Donald Roberts, 8
Tennis Court, Brooklyn, N.Y., teaching;
6. W. Rutherford, 708 Maryland Place,
Columbia, Mo., teaching; J. D. Ryan*
*14. 27 Coolidge Road, AUston, teaching;
Harold St. John, '14, 82 S. 21st St., Phil-
adelphia, Pa., botanist; H. J. Savage^
100 linsley Ave., Meriden, Conn.,
teaching at Bryn Mawr College; C. 6.
Smith, 410 Dallas St., Waco, Tex.; H. T.
Smith, Frothingham St., Milton, teach-
ing; G. H. Spangler, Cambridge, next
year Sheldon Travelling Fellow; R. E.
Spencer, 150 Springfield St., Chicopee,
instructor in the Case School, Cleveland,
O.; L. L. Steele, 378 Harvard St., Cam-
bridge; Archer Taylor, West Chester,
Pa., Instructor in German, Washington
Univ., St. Louis, Mo.; H. W. Thompson,
Westfield, N.Y., Asst. Prof, of English
in the SUte CoUege, Albany, N.Y.; R.
G. Trotter, Toronto, Canada, teaching;
C. K. Trueblood, Richmond, Ind.,
teaching; T. O. Urdel, Bethel CoUege,
Newton, Kan., teaching; L. G. Wesson,
50 So. Lenox St., Worcester, teaching
chemistry.

Law School,
The addresses of the foUowing, who
received their LL.B. degrees in June,
1915, all of whom expect to practise law,
are: J. H. Amberg, Grand Rapids, Mich. ;
H. A. Andrews, East Conway, N.H.;



E. E. Bartlett, 1088 Ddawaie Ave., Buf-
falo, N.Y.; L. W. Berghoff, 2714 Pine
Grove Ave., Chicago, 111.; D. D. Cren-
shaw, Dermott, Aric; P. D. Edmunds,
Chelan, Wash.; E. G. Fifield, Conway,
N.H.; James Garfidd, Cambridge; R. L.
Gideon, 1450 25th St, Ogden, Utah;
S. P. Gflbert, Jr., 47 Oakland Ave.,
Bkxmifield, N J.; F. A. Nagel, Denver,
Col.; G. M. Nead, 10 Beaocm Ave., Nor-
wood; D. B. O'Connor, Jr., 00 Broadway,
Taunton: T. B. Price, caie of Winthrop
k Stimaon, 82 Liberty St., N.Y.; C. B.
Randall, '12, 11 Sacramento St., Cam-
bridge; J. H. Ross, Brunswick, Ga.; I. P.
Seeiy, 06 Heller Paricway, Newark, N J.;
R. J. Watson, 1688 Cambridge St., Cam-
bridge; S. H. Wdhnan, Topsfidd.

NON-ACADEMIC.

Logan Hay, / '96, is a member of the
Efficiency and Economy Committee of
the lUinois Genend Assembly. This
committee has just published a compre-
hensive and illuminating rqwrt, which
points out the defects in present regu-
lations governing the various dqiart-
ments of the State organisation, which
suggests methods of concentration of re-
sources, illustrating and enforcing these
suggestions by data gathered from ex-
periments in other States and countries.

Judge George Gray, / '68, has been ap-
pointed a member of the commission
provided for in the Bryan Peace Treaty
with Great Britain.

The graduating dass of the Law
School assembled for a dinner at the
Boston City Club on May 21. Oliver
Woloott, '18, presided, and addresses
were made by Judge Charles M. Hough,
Prof. J. H. Beale, '82, Prof. Felix Frank-
furter, / '06, Prof. Samud Williston, '82,
and Prof. Roscoe Pound, / '90.

Prof. Felix Frankfurter, / '06, in an
address before the Conference of Chari-



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ties «nd Correction, held in the Mt
Vernon PUoe Church in Baltimore, on
May 17, urged that American universi-
tiea should train students for social work
as definitely as they train them for law
and medicuie. He argued that social
work, with its continually widening
scope, should be admitted to be one of
the professions, for only by ^ving this
work professional standing, he claimed,
can it be nuuie thoroughly effective.
This address was in answer to one by
Abraham Flezner, p '06, assistant secre-
tary of the General Education Board of
N. Y. City, who daimed that social work
did not yet measure up to the criteria of
a profession.

D. Z. Yui, p '10, is one of the secre-
taries of the Chinese Trade Commis-
sioners who have been nuddng a tour of
the United States. He has made various
addresses on the general subject of trade
between China and America.

Louis A. Coeme, Ph.D. *05, who has
been in charge of the music at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin since 1900, has been
appointed Professor of Music in the
Connecticut College for Women. He is
the author of Ths Evoiuiim of Mod-
em (Miutralion and is a composer of
some repute. His opera, Zenobia, has
been performed in Germany.

Ehr. Austin Lee McRae, S.D. '86, who
has made for the Grovemment an ex-
haustive investigation of the relation of
atmospheric electricity to weather fore-
casts, and who has beea a professor
in the Universities of Texas and Mis-
souri, has been appointed Director of
the University of Missouri School of
Mines and Metallurgy at RoUa, Mo.

Franklin Lafayette Masterson, A.M.
'14, Superintendent of Schools in Rich-
mond, Texas, is acting as an instructor
in psychology, literature, and rhetoric
in the Houston Summer Normal School.

Leonard Withington, G.S. '05-07,



editor of the Nmehuryport Herald, has
been made secretary of the Publicity and
Convention Bureau of the Portland,
Me., Chamber of Commerce.

John Levi Manahan, A.M. '14, has
been appointed as the head of the new
Department of Education, to be estab-
lished next year at Bates College.

William Towne Gunnison, LL.B. '95,
has been appointed as a member of the
State Public Service Commission of



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