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gift of securities valued at $5000 to establish
the "N. P. Hallowell, '61. Memorial Seholar-
ship," on the following terms: the income from
the securities to be annually awarded to an
undergraduate who shall be selected about the
middle of his Freshman year and who, there-
fore, has been in Harvard long enou^ to have
been tested as to character by some months of
college life and as to intellectual ability by the
mid-year examinations; this undergraduate
then to hold the scholarship until graduation,
always provided that in the opinion of the
committee on scholarships he continue worthy
so to do.

To Mr. Henry L. Higginson for his gift of
$5000, on acoount of his pledge toward a cer-
tain salary.

For gifts amounting to $1300 received
through Professor James H. Woods for a oei^
tain salary for the year 1915-16.

To Mr. Joseph Lee for his gift dl $1797.25
to meet the deficit in the School for Social
Workers.

To the Society for Promoting Theological
Education for their gift of $1291.17 for the
purchase of books for the library of the Divin-
ity School and for the administration of said
library.

To Mr. Robert E. Goodwin for his gift of
$1200, $600 of which is to be added to the
E. R. Hoar Scholarahip Fund, and the remain-
ing $600 to the Scholarship and Beneficiary
Money Returned Fund.

To Judge Irving Lehman for his gift of
$1000 to pay a certain salary.

To Mr. Jacob H. Sohiff for his gift of $1000
to be used for the interests of the Scnnitic
Department.

To Mr. William H. Walker for his gift of
$1000, his final payment towards a certain
salary.

To Mn. A. Lawrence Rotch for her gift of
$876 for a certain salary.

To Hon. Daniel B. Fearing for the gift of
his valuable collection of vdiumes on angling,
fishes and fisheries, including the original pro-
bate copy of Isaac Walton's will.

To Mn. William Hooper for her gift of $520
for the purchase of books for the Library.

To Mrs. William Hocqper for her gift of $500,
the second payment on account of her offer
of $1000 a year for five years for the purchase
of books and materials bearing on the history
and development of that part of America
which lies beyond the Allegfaanies, and given
in memory of her father. Charles Elliott
Perkins.

To the Massachusetts Society for Promot-



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iog AgrieaHare for thdr gift of t625, the fourth
quarterly payment for the year 1914-16 on
aeconnt of their annual gift of S2600 to the
Arboretum, in aooordanee with their vote of
July 10. 1914.

To RaddifTe College for the gift of $500, to
help pay for moving the Library, or for any
othw purpose to which Harvard College
wiahee to apply it.

To the Hon. W. Murray Crane, Mrs. W.
Soott Fiti, Mr. George R. White and Mr.
Charles C. Jaekaon for their gifta of $100 each,
to Mr. Thomas B. Fltxpatriok for his gift of
$50 and to Messrs. Oakes Ames and David P.
Kimball for their gifts of $25 each for the
scholarship to be awarded to J. M. Brewer in
the Division of Education for the year 1915-
16.

For gifts amounting to $440 towards the
purchase of the manuscripts of Charles S.
Poroe.

To Mrs. William H. Forbes for her gift of
$400 to pay for eight elm trees which she
planted to represent eight former students of
Harvard, to the Class of 1890 for the gift of
$28.48, to the Class of 1901 for the gift of
$27.98, and to Mr. Charles P. Bowditeh for his
gift of $21.22 to pay for planting trees in the
CoUegeYard.

To Mr. Qeorge B. Leighton for his gift of
$200, to Mr. George P. Gardner for his gift of
$100, and to Professor J. E. Wolff for $60, to
be used for defraying the expenses of Professor
Atwood's summer trip to Colorado.

To Mr. J. A. Lowen Blake for his gift of
$250 for the department of Surgical Pathology.

To Dr. J. Ewing Mears for his gift of $225
for the James Ewing Mears, M.D., Scholarship
for the year 1916-16.

To Mr. William M. Whidden for his gift of
$200 towards a certain salary for the year
1914-15.

To President A. Lawrence Lowell for his
gift of $117.73, to be added to the Harvaid
University Press account.

To the Society of Harvard Dames for their
gift of $100, to be used as indicated in the fol-
lowing resolution adopted by them:

''Aesofwd, that the Harvard Dames Fund
be given this year and each succeeding year,
as money is added to it, to Harvard Univer-
sity, as a loan fund for graduate students, to
be loaned in small amounts for short periods
of time at the discretion of the Dean of the
Graduate School of Arts and Sdenoes, with
this provision, — when the Harvard Dames
Fund, with its accumulations and additions,
shall have reached a sum the interest of which
is two hundred dollars, sufficient for a scholar-
ship, the fund shall then be given to provide a
scholarship in Harvard University, according
to the need of the University, to be known as
the Harvard Dames Scholarship."

To Dr. Dudley A. Sargent for his gift of
$100 for the purchase of books for the Library
of the Division of Education.



To an anonymous friend for the gift of
$66.43, to be added to the Law School Loan
Fund.

To Dr. K. G. T. Webster for his gift of $50
for the expenses of the Summer School of 1915.

To Messrs. FVederiok L. and John C. Olm-
sted for tiieir gift of $60, to be used for the pur-
chase of books on Accounting in the Graduate
School of Business Administration.

To Mr. Ernest L. Gay for his gift of $66.48
and to Mr. Oric Bates for his gift of $10 for the
purchase of books for the College Library.

To Mr. Grenville H. Norcross for his ^di of
$60 for binding Phi BeU Kappa orations and
poems for the College Library.

To Professor George P. Baker for his gift ol
$25 for the MacDowell FeUowship account.

To Professor Franklin D. Barker for his
pft of $15 for the Bermuda Biological Station.

To each giver towards the guaranteed de-
ficit fund of the Graduate School of Business
Administration.

To the Associated Harvard Clubs for their
gift of $1200 for five scholarships for the
year 1915-16, to be awarded to the following
students in Harvard University: Olin G.
Saxon (Law School), R. K. Adams, J. C.
Busby (Law School), B. H. Barker and B.
Coyne.

To the following Harvard Clubs for
scholarships for the year 1916-16:

Of Boston for the gift of $1000 for five
scholarships. Of Chicago for the gift of $600
for two scholarships. Of Cincinnati for the gift
of $250. Of Delaware for the gift of $600 for
two scholarships. Of Long Island for the ^ft
of $200. Of MinnesoU for the gift $125, the
first instalment. Of New Jersey for the gift of
$125, the first instalment. Of Michigan for
the gift of $100, the first instalment. Of
Lsmn for the gift of $60. the first instalment
Of Somerville for the gift of $100.

To Harvard Graduates living in Milton for
the gift of $250 for a scholarship for an under-
graduate in Harvard University who has
entered from a Milton school.

To the Harvard Men of Newton for their
gift of $100 for the scholarship for the year
1915-16.

To the Harvard Club of West Virginia for
the gift of $150 for the scholarship for the year
1914-15.

To Mr. Robert Gould Shaw for his gift of
books and material relating to the history of
the theatre, for the College Library.

To Mr. Erasmus D. Leavitt for his gift of
drawings and drawing cases of the Calumet
and Heda Mining Company plant.

To Mrs. John H. Kendall for her gift of sev-
eral milligrams of radium for the Huntington
Memorial Hospital.

To Mr. J. Randolph Coolidge for his gift of
a letter from Thomas Jefferson in regard to
proper food to be served to students at the
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[December,



The President reported the following
deaths: Frederic Ward Putnam, Pea-
body Professor of American Archseology
and Ethnology, Emeritus, and Honor-
ary Director of the Peabody Museum of
American Archaeology and Ethnology,
which occurred on the 14th ultimo, in
the 77th year of his age. Ezra Ripley
Thayer, Dane Professor of Law and
Dean of the Faculty of Law, which oc-
curred on the 14th instant, in the 50th
year of his age.

The following resignations were re-
ceived and accepted to take effect Sep-
tember 1, 1915:

F. J. Deane, W. M. Mareton, R. H. Loomis
and C. 8. Pendleton, as Proctor; Carl Hemy
Wilson, AflBiBtant in Chemistry; Thomas
Stearns Eliot, Assistant in Philosophy; Emil
Goetsch, Assistant in Surgery; FYank Alex-
ander Hartman, Teaching Fellow in Physi-
ology; George Safford Torrey. Austin Teach-
ing Fellow in Botany ; Charles Clayton Dennie,
Instructor in Syphilis; Walter Scott Weeks,
Instructor in Mining; Henry Wheatland
Litchfield, Instructor in Greek and Latin;
Rudolph Altrocchi, Instructor in Romance
Languages; Edward Edgecombe Carter, As-
sistant Professor of Forestry; Edward Corne-
lius Briggs, Professor of Dental Materia Med-
ica and Therapeutics.

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

Alfred Chester Hanford, Hale Gifford
Knight, George Herbert McCaffrey and
Pitman Benjamin Potter, Assistants in Gov-
ernment; Neuton Samuel Stern, Teaching
Fellow in Physiology; Ralph Faust Shaner,
Teaching Fellow in Histology and Embry-
ology: William T. Bovie, Research Fellow of
the Cancw Commission; Arthur Lunt Butler,
Austin Teaching Fellow in Botany; Robert
Everett Rockwood and Lester Burton Struth-
ers. Instructors in French; Walter Grant
Thomas, Instructor in Architectural Design;
Arthur Dehon Hill, Lecturer on Evidence;
Chester Alden McLain, Lecturer on Torts;
John Gorham Palfrey, Lecturer on Massa-
chusetts Practice; Francis WeUes Hunnewell,
2d, and Roger Pierce, Secretaries to the Cox^
poration.

Graduaie School of Medicine. Lectvrere:
Walter Elmore Fernald, on Psychiatry; Joel
Ernest Goldthwait, and Charles Fairbank
Painter, on Orthopedic Surgery; John Jenks
Thomas and Joseph William Courtney, on



Neurology: Robert Earl Swigart, on Tropical
Medicine.

InttrucUrre: Charles Henry Hare, in Gyne-
cology; Arthur Willard Fairbanks, in Neu-
rology; Rockwell Augustus Coffin, in Otology;
George Burgess Magrath, in Legal Medicine;
John Edward Butler, in Anasthesia; George
Phippen Sanborn, in Bacteriology; Oscar
Richardson, in Pathology; Harry Fairbanks
HartweU, in Surgical Pathology.

AetiUanU: Arthur Thornton Legg. Carl
Hermann Buchols, James Warren Sever.
John Dresser Adams and Zabdiel Boylston
Adams, in Orthopedic Surgery; John Ham-
mond Blodgett, in Otology; John Bromham
Hawes, 2d, Harry Linenthal and Lesley
Hinckley Spooner, in Medicine: Arthur Mal-
colm Dodge and Nathaniel Niles Morae, in
Anesthesia; William Parsons Boardman. in
Bacteriology; Mark Homer Rogers, in Ortho-
pedic Surgery.

Fellowi: Frank Roberts Ober, in Orthopedic
Surgery ; Harold Woods Baker, in Gynscology.
Abraham Myerson. in Psychiatry; Lawson
Gentry Lowrey, in Neuropathology; Martin
Joseph English and Harold Bowditch, in
Medicine.

AieittatU Secretary: Alexander Swanson
Begg.

Vded to appoint William Graves
Perry, Instructor in Architectural De-
sign from September 25, 1915, to June
25, 1916.

Voted to make the following appoint*
ments for the academic year 1915-16:
Atherton Noyes, Visiting Lect^uvr from
Colorado College (In English); Herbert
Couper Wilson, Visiting Lecturer from
Carleton College (In Astronomy), 2d
half year.

Voted to appoint the following Com-
mittee on the Regulation of Athletic
Sports for 1915-16: faculty members:
LeBaron Russell Briggs, Byron Satterlee
Hurlbut, Roger Irving Lee. Graduate
members: Robert Frederick Herrick,
John Wells Fariey, George Peabody
Gardner, Jr.

The President nominated the follow-
ing persons to be members of Adminis-
trative Boards for the year 1915-16,
and it was voted to appoint them:
Harvard College : Byron Satterlee Hurl-
but, Dean; Charies Pomeroy Parlcer,
Robert DeCourey Ward, (Jeorge Henry



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Chase, Chester Noyes Greenough,
Arthur Becket Lamb, Henry Aaron
Yeomans, Secretary.

Graduate School of ArU and Sciences :
Charles Homer Haskins, Dean; Edward
Laurens Mark, George Foot Moore,
George Lyman Kittredge, Frederick
Jackson Turner, Elmer Peter Kohler,
William Fogg Osgood, Charles Biulon
Gulick, Reginald Aldworth Daly, John
Albrecht Walz, Ralph Barton Peny.

Voted to appoint Joseph Stancliffe
Davis, Instructor in E!conomics from
Sept. 1, 1915.

Voted to make the following appoint-
ments from Sept. 1, 1915: Robert Gould
Shaw, Curator of the Theatre CoUeo-
tioii of the College Library; Walter
Benjamin Briggs, Assistant Librarian of
the College Library; Austin Wakeman
Scott, Acting Dean of the Faculty of
Law; Edward Cornelius Briggs, Pro-
fessor of Dental Materia Medica and
Therapeutics, Emeritus.

Voted to appoint Arthur Brewster
Emmons, 2d, Director for Appointment
for the Medical Alumni for three years
from Sept. 1, 1915.

Voted to appoint Melvin Thomas
Copeland, Assistant Professor of Mar-
keting for five years from Sept. 1, 1915.

Voted to proceed to the election of a
Bemis Professor of International Law, to
serve from Sept. 1, 1915: Whereupon
ballots being given in, it appeared that
Jens Iverson Westengard was elected.

Meeting of October 11, 1915.

The Treasurer reported the following

receipt, and the same was gratefully

accepted:

$50,000 from the estate of Edward Wheel'
Wright, the first payment on account of share
as one of the residuary legatees, in accordance
with the following extract from his will:
"'After the payment of the above legacies my
trustee shall convey, transfer and pay over one
half of all the trust property remaining in his
hands of every description to Harvard College



without restriction of the use to be made there-
of. But I desire and request, but do not re-
quire, that it shall be used for purposes con-
nected with the Academical Department or
College proper, rather than for the profes-
sional schoob."

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

To an anonymous friend for the gift oi
$5000 additional for the Charles W. EUot
Traveling FeUowship in Landscape Archi-
tectture.

To Mr. J. P. Morgan for his gift of $2500,
to an anonymous friend for the gift of $2000
and to Mr. T. Jefferson Coolidge for his gift of
$500 for the equipment of the Library.

To Professor A. C. Coolidge for his gift of
$200 for furnishing and equipping the Ladies'
lunch and rest rooms in the Library.

To Mrs. A. Lawrence Rotch for her gift at
$875 towards a certain salary.

To Professor James R. Jewett for his gift ol
$500 to pay a certain salary.

To Mr. Ira B. Joralemon for his gift of $500.
to be added to the principal of the Hodges
Scholarship Fund.

To Mrs. Andrew C. Wheelwright for her
gift of $300 toward a certain salary for the
years 191&-1914 and 1914-1915.

To the .fisculapian Club for the gift of $200
to be expended as the Dean of the Medical
School may direct, for any purposes of the
School.

To Mr. Charles Sumner Bird for his gift of
$200 for the Charles Sumner Scholarship for
the year 1915-16.

To Professor Frank W. Taussig for his gift
of $50.61 for the Department of Economics
for research in the subject of taxation in Mas-
sachusetts.

To an anonymous friend for the gift of $60
to be added to the Laboratory of Surgical
Research Fund.

To Professor Ralph B. Perry for his gift of
$15 for the Philosophical Library.

To the following Harvard Clubs for the gifts
for scholarships for the year 1915-16: Of New-
bunn^ort for the gift of $90, the first instal-
ment. Of Washington for the gift of $125, the
first instalment. Of Buffalo for the gift of
$200. Of Fall River for the gift of $150. Of
Cleveland for the gift of $500, the first instal-
ment of three scholarships. Of Maryland for
the gift of $250. Of Philadelphia for the gift
of $200, on account of the scholarships. Of
Rochester for the gift of $200. Of San Fran-
cisco for the gift of $200, the first instalment.
Of St. Louis for the gift of $180, the first in-
stalment of two scholarships. Of Western
Pennsylvania for the gift of $681.51 for three
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The foUowing rengnations w«re re-
ceived and accepted to take effect Sep-
tember 1, 1916:

Henry Riinfll Amory. m Proetor; Martin
Jowph Eni^iBh, Fellow in Pediatrios; Ray-
mond Brewer Parker, Alumni Aiwiitant in
Obatetrice; Cynia Hartwell Flake, Aiaistant in
Biological Cbemiatry; Harold Eugene Bige-
low, Reeearch Fellow in Chemistry; Thomaa
Ordway, Instructor in Medicine; Clarence
Cook little. Research Assistant in Genetics;
F^«deric Jesup Stimson, Professor of Com-
parative Legislation.

Voied to make the following i4>point-
menta for one year from September 1,
1916:

Proetort: H. R. Chidsey, J. W. Eckelberry,
P. Elliott, A. Fisher. 8. B. Pennock. W. Q.
Bice, Jr.. T. BaviUe. E. B. Starbuck.

AtaiatanU: Samuel Gross Burroughs and
Tenney Lombard Davis, in Chemistry; Arthur
Harrison Cole, in Economics; George Brown-
ing Wilbur, in History of Sdenoe; Leslie Clar-
cnee Dunn, in ZoAlogy ; Edward Wigglesworth,
in Geology; Donald Hamilton McT^aughlin,
Winthrop Perrin Haynes and Thomas Henry
Gtork, in Geology; LeBaron Russell Briggs, Jr.,
and John Logan Ferguson, in Physiography:
FUllips Bradley, in Municipal Government;
Michael Hermond Cochran, Claude Cross,
and Mitchell Park, in Government; Emmet
Lewis Beach, Jr., in English; WUliam Edward
Mssterson, in Public Spealdng; Harold Rus-
sdl Chidsey, Ralph Monroe Eaton, William
Fergus Keman, Norbert Wiener, and Daniel
Sommer Robinson, in Philosophy; Harold
Clyde Bingham and Harold Ernest Burtt, in
Psychology; Fletcher Steele, in Tjtndscape
Architecture; Edward Adelbert Do&iy. in
Biologioal Chemistry; Lawrence Shaw Mayo,
Sheldon Jenokes Howe and Clarence Henry
Haring, in History.

Au$tin Teaehino FeUow: Samuel Engkin
duu, in Biological Chemistry.

Research PeOow: Philip Howard Cobb, in
Chemistry.

Jnttntdon: Malcolm MoLeod, in English;
William Arthur Berridge, in Mathematics.

Ledurer: Mortimer Phillips Mason, on Phi-
losophy.

Bunn«$9 Dir0eUr af Hu M^ieal School:
Roger Pierce.

SuperxrUendotU of tK§ Library for Municipal
Beaoarch: Joseph Wright.

Dontal School: in Protthotic DentiHry: A«tM»-
anl: Clarence Marshall Glaaier.

Instructort: Walter George Bridge, Rufus
Henry Gould, Ubert Clifton Russell, and Leon
Aztelle Stors.

In Operative DetUiobry: Aeeiatante: Henry
James Skinner, Fred Ralph Blumenthal, and
Flrederick Charles Thomson.

Jnetructore: Edward Henry Loomer, Ned



Albert Stanley, and Edward Patriek White,
in AneuOueia: Walter Faiifield Provan, Kurt
Hermann Thoma and Hugh Kerr HatfifM,
in Orthodontia.

Aeeiotant: John Mark Smith, in BstraeUng
and Anmotheeia.

Notice was received of the election
of Wells Blanchaid. William J. Bing-
ham, and R. Norru Williams, 2d, as
undeigraduate members of the Com-
mittee on the Regulation of Athletic
^f>orts for one year from Sept. 1, 1915.

Voied to appoint Marshal Fabyan
Assistant Prctfessor of Comparative
Pathology for five years from Septem-
ber 1, 1915.

Voied to esUblish the John B. and
Buckminster Brown Fhifessorship of
Orthopedic Surgeiy.

Voted to make the following changes

of titles:

Theodore Frederick Zucker from Teaching
Fellow to Assistant in Biological Chemistry:
Goodwin LeBaron Foster from Assistant to
Teaching Fellow in Biologioal Chemistry;
Hale Gifford Knight from Assistant to Austin
Teadung Fellow in Government; Leon Julius
Lawton from Assistant to Instruetor in Oper-
ative Dentistry; Leon Woodman Parsons
from Austin Teaching Fellow to Assistant in
Chemistry; Leon Ernest RamsdeD. Herbert
Frederick Engelbrecht, Lee Irvin Smith. Stu-
art Luther Peck, Aram Hovhannes Khach-
adoorian. and Alexander Donald Macdonald
from Assistants to Austin Teaching Fellowi
in Chemistry.

Meeting of Odober 25, 1915.

The Treasurer reported the following

receipt, and the same was gratefully

accepted:

From the estate of Calvin Stoughton Locke,
and from his children, Mary and William W.
Locke, $1000 to esUblish the "Calvin Stou^-
ton Locke Fund," the "income to be applied
to the maintenance, repairs and improvement
of Stoughton Hall."

Voied that the President and Fellows

desire to express their gratitude to the

following persons for their generous

gifts:

To Mr; James J. Hill for his gift of $125,000
for instruction in Transportation.
To Judge and Mrs. David F. Manning for



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their fift of $10,000 to establish two seholar-
ahips to be kxaown as "The Robert F. Mann-
ing Scholarships," the income to be awarded
to such needy, worthy and industrious under-
graduate students as the University authori-
ties may select.

To Mr. George R. Agassis tot his additional
gift of $1000 towards the pasrment of salaries
of assistants for one year to revise the Draper
catalogue.

To the Hon. Edwin V. Morgan for his gift
of $650 for the purchase of books on Brasil for
the College Library.

To Mr. James A. Noyes for his gift of $600
and to Miss Penelope B. Noyes for her gift of
$150 for equipping and furnishing a Winsor
Memorial Room for the map coUeotion of the
College Library.

To Professor Edward C. Pickering for his
gift of $260 towards the Maria MitcheU Fel-
lowship at the Obssnratory for the year 1016-
16.

To the Dante Society for the gift of $100
for the next Dante Prise and $50 to meet the
overdraft of last year.

To Mr. John F. Moors for his gift of $26
towards the salary of the Librarian and Re-
corder at the Bermuda Biological Station for
Research.

To the Harvard Club of New York City for
the gift of $200 for the scholarship for the year
1915-16.

To the Harvard Club of Chicago for the gift
of $800 for the scholarship for the year 1915-
16.

To the Harvard Club of Rhode Island for
the gift of $150 for the scholarship for the year
1015-16.

To the New England Federation of Harvard
Clubs for the gift of $300 for two scholarships
for the year 1915-16.

The resignation of Norwood Weaver
as Proctor was received and accepted to
take effect September 1, 1915.

The resignation of Frederick Law Olm-
sted as Charles Eliot Professor of Land-
scape Architecture was received and
accepted to take effect October 1, 1915.

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

Proelor: Charles Chambers Mather.

AatuUxnU: William Edward Coz and lioyd
Lorenso ShauUs, in Economics ; Demass Ells-
worth Barnes, Charles Edward Hill, Charles
Pagelsen Howard, Bemhard Henry KnoUen-
berg and Qraf ton Lee Wilson, in Qovemment.

Lmo School Adtitor*: Spencer Bishop Mont-
gomery, Chairman; Leonard Dawson Adkins,
Merritt Caldw^ Bragdon, Jr., Howard
Fletcher Bums, Frauds Leo Daily, Robert



Driacoll, William Thomas Joyner and James
Angell McLaughlin.

TtUor in ilu Division cS History Oovemment
and Bconomies: John Valentine Van Sickle.

Lectvrert: David Abram Ellis, on Municipal
School Admimstration; Nathan Matthews,
on Municipal BudgetrMaldng; Stephen
O'Meara, on Municii>al Police Administration.

OVERSEERS' RECORDS.

Annual Meeting, September 27, 1915.
Held in University Hall, Cambridge, at 2 p.m.

The following nineteen members were
present: Mr. Meyer, the President of the
Board; Mr. Lowell, the President of the
University; Messrs. Davis, Endicott,
Forbes, Frothingham, Grant, HalloweU,
Herrick, Higginson, Lodge, Marvin,
Palmer, Sexton, Shattuck, Siocum,
W. R. Thayer, W. S: Thayer, Wister.

Senator Lodge, on behalf of the Com-
mittee on Elections, reported that the
following persons had been duly chosen
at the election on last Commencement
Day as member» of the Board of Over-
seers: For the Term of Six Years. Robert
Grant, of Boston, 1097 votes; Robert F.
Herrick, of Milton, 1006 votes; Wil-
liam DeWitt Hyde, of Brunswick, Me.,
806 votes; William S. Thayer, of Balti-
more, Md., 778 votes; Dwight F. Davis,
of St. Louis, Mo., 687 votes; and the
Board voted to accept said report, and
the foregoing persons were duly declared
to be members of the Board of Overseers.

The Board proceeded to the election
of a President for the ensuing year, and
ballots having been given in, it appeared
that George v. L. Meyer had reodved
eighteen ballots, being all that were cast,
and he was declared elected.

The President of the University pre-
sented the votes of the President and
Fellows of Sept 27, 1915, appointing the
following persons to be members of the



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