HONORS GIVEN TO ENTERING MEN

Many Did Well in Old and New Plan Admission Examinations.

By vote of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, June 2, 1914, the Committee on Admission were authorized to publish each year after the September examinations a list of those candidates for admission who have done especially well in their examinations, together with the names of the schools in which they received their training and the title of any scholarships they may have received because of merit.

In accordance with this vote, the Committee on Admission, with the approval of the Faculty, present the following list for 1914:

Group I.

This group includes candidates for admission by the New Plan whose examination records were entirely satisfactory and who in at least two subjects were worthy of Highest Honors, and candidates for admission by the Old Plan who in their examinations received Honor grades (A or B) in subjects counting not less than thirteen units.

Hallowell Davis, Country Day School for Boys of Boston.

Arthur Chew Gilligan, Natick High School. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Bernard Walter Knowlton, Lowell High School and Cambridge High and Latin School.

Harry Joshua Leon, Woonsocket (R. I.) High School. Price Greenleaf Aid.

William Allis Norris, Milton Academy.

Francis Davenport Perkins, Country Day School for Boys of Boston.

Thomas White Proctor, Country Day School for Boys of Boston.

William Lloyd Prosser, Newton High School.

Joel Townsley Rogers, Sedalia (Mo.) High School and Washington (D. C.) Central High School. Harvard Club of Washington Scholarship.

Charles Wilson Taintor, 2d, Country Day School for Boys of Boston.

Rexford Sample Tucker, Needham High School and Newton High School.