CANDIDATES FOR OVERSEERS
List of Men Announced to be Voted on by Postal Ballot of Alumni.
The Standing Committee on the Nominations of Overseers is about to send out the list of candidates for the Board of Overseers, to be balloted on by the alumni. This year at Commencement Day there are six vacancies on the Board to be filled; five for the full term of six years, and one for the term of two years. The names of the twelve candidates, from the list of twenty given below, receiving the highest number of votes on the postal ballot will be placed on the official Australian ballot for use in the election on Commencement Day, June 30. If anybody entitled to vote for Overseers does not receive his ballot, he should communicate with the Secretary of the Committee, Malcolm Donald, 84 State street, Boston, or with the Harvard Alumni Association, 50 State street, Boston. The list of the candidates follows:
William L. Richardson '64, of Boston, Professor of Obstetrics, Emeritus, formerly Dean of the Faculty of Medicine.
Leverett S. Tuckerman '88, of Boston.
George E. Bird '69, of Portland, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Maine.
Horatio A. Lamb '71, of Milton, Mass.
James F. Jackson '73, of Brookline, Mass., formerly mayor of Fall River, and chairman of the Massachusetts Railroad Commission.
George Wigglesworth '74, of Milton, Mass.
William Farnsworth '77; of Dedham, Mass.
Francis J. Swayze '79, of Newark, N. J., Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Charles G. Washburn '80, of Worcester, Mass., Representative in Congress of the Third Massachusetts District.
Howard Elliott '81, of St. Paul, Minn., President of the Northern Pacific Railway.
Joseph Lee '83, of Boston.
Lawrence E. Sexton '84, of New York, N. Y.
Robert S. Gorham '85, of Newton, Mass.
Oliver Ames '86, of North Easton, Mass.
Henry W. Keyes '87, of Haverhill, N. H.
Ezra R. Thayer '88, of Boston.
J. Pierpont Morgan, Jr., '89, of New York, N. Y.
Russell G. Fessenden '90, of Boston.
Eliot Wadsworth '98, of Boston.
J. Wells Farley '99, of Boston, formerly secretary and assistant counsel of the Boston Finance Commission.
Alumni Association Directors Nominated.
The Committee on Nominations has also nominated the following men as Directors at Large of the Harvard Alumni Association. Of these twelve men nine are to be elected on Commencement Day by the Australian ballot system. In addition to the Directors at Large there are six other directors chosen as follows: one director representing the Faculty of Arts and Sciences is appointed by the President of the University; one director, a resident member of one of the Harvard Clubs in New England, is selected by the New England Federation of Harvard Clubs; one director, a resident member of the Harvard Club of New York City, is selected by the Club; two directors, members of the Harvard Clubs outside of New England and New York City, are selected by the Council of the Associated Harvard Clubs. The General Secretary of the Harvard Alumni Association is a director, ex officio. The list of nominations for Directors at Large follows: John Lowell '77, of Chestnut Hill, Mass.; Richard M. Saltonstall '89, of Chestnut Hill, Mass.; Walter C. Baylies '84, of Taunton, Mass.; Herbert L. Clark '87, of Philadelphia, Pa.; Frederick R. Martin '93, of Providence, R. I.; Joseph S. Ford '94, of Exeter, N. H.; Robert Homans '94, of Boston; James F. Curtis '99, of Boston; John W. Hallowell '01, of West Medford, Mass.; Barrett Wendell, Jr., '02, of Boston; Samuel H. Wolcott '03, of Readville, Mass.; John Richardson, Jr., '08, of Chestnut Hill, Mass