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.

Allen Lee Whitman, Cambridge High and Latin School.

Group II.

This group includes candidates for admission by the New Plan who in their examinations deserve either Highest Honors in one subject and Honorable Mention in at least one other, or those who deserve Honorable Mention in at least three subjects, and candidates for admission by the Old Plan who received Honor grades in subjects counting not less than nine units.

William Herbert Allen, Jr., Thacher School, Nordhoff, Cal.

Emanuel Amdursky, Pittsburg (Pa.) Central High School. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Hartley Kirtland Anderson, Osceola (Pa.) High School and Pittsburgh (Pa.) Peabody High School.

James Waterhouse Angell, Ecole Cuchet, Geneva, Switzerland, and Chicago (III.) University High School.

Howard Waller Boal, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. Harvard Club of West Virginia Scholarship and Price Greenleaf Aid.

Ralph Parkhurst Bridgman, Roxbury Latin School. Harvard Club of Boston Scholarship.

David Morris Brunswick, Horace Mann School, New York City, and Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H.

Walter Gustave Otto Christiansen, Boston Mechanic Arts High School and Cambridge High and Latin School.

Francis Theodore Cody, Boston Latin School.

Sidney William Coe, Middleport (Ohio) High School and Mount Hermon School. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Alan Augustus Cook, Phillips Academy, Andover.

Herman Dana, Boston Latin School.

Frederic Joseph DeVeau, Groton School.

Leo Berthier Drake, Middletown (N. Y.) High School.

Alfred Duhrssen, Montclair (N. J.) High School.

Caspar Marshal Durgin, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Harry Johnstone Fisher, New Britain (Conn.) High School. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Edward Vestal French, Newton High School.

John Raymond Gardner, Worcester Classical High School.

Kenneth Safford Gaston, Somerville (N. J.) High School and Morristown School, Morristown, N. J. Harvard Club of New Jersey Scholarship.

Winthrop Wendell Harrington, Waltham High School.

Lawrence Higgins, Volkmann School and Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H.

Harry Hoffman, Boston English High School.

Cyril Malcolm Hollander, Boston English High School and Private Tutor.

Francis Robert Dunlop Holran, Englewood (N. J.) High School.

Ralph Horween, Francis W. Parker School, Chicago, III.

Dugald Caleb Jackson, Jr., Brookline High School.

Louis Bertrand Keane, Boston English High School. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Henry Purkitt Kidder, St. Mark's School, Southborough.

Horace Goodwin Killam, Cambridge. Cambridge High and Latin School.

Oliver Waterman Larkin, Perley Free School, Georgetown. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Robert Cameron Leggett, Boston Latin School.

Mayer Sidney Levin, Terre Haute (Indiana) Wiley High School and Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H.

Robert Littell, Groton School.

Joseph Low, Boston English High School.

Francis Dolan McGrath, Boston Latin School.

Donald James MacKenzie, Morristown (N. J.) High School and Peterborough (N. H.) High School. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Barroll McNear, Pomfret School, Pomfret, Conn.

Ewen Cameron MacVeagh, Groton School.

Lansing McVicar, St. Mark's School, Southborough.

Fessenden Day Manson, New York (N. Y.) Stuyvesant High School and Browne and Nichols School.

Edwin Francis Melvin, Milton High School. Swift Scholarship.

Leigh Veasey Miller, Cushing Academy, Ashburnham. Price Greenleaf Aid.

Charles Gouverneur Paulding, Milton Academy.

Edwin Judson Pratt, Country Day School for Boys of Boston. Scholarship of New England Federation of Harvard Clubs.

Casimir de Rham, St. Mark's School, Southborough.

David Lord Richardson, Country Day School for Boys of Boston.

Myron Turner Richardson, Newburyport High School.

Arthur Lavalle Richmond, St. Mark's School, Southborough.

Hugh Laughlin Robinson, Milford (N. H.) High School, Pinkerton Academy, Derry, N. H., and Coburn Classical Institute, Waterville, Me.

Hardinge Scholle, Coit School, Munich, Germany.

Amos Blanchard Shattuck, Jr., Spokane (Washington) High School Brooklyn (N. Y.) Erasmus Hall High School, Baguio School, Phillipine Islands, and Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H.

Richard O'Dell Smith, Kansas City (Mo.) Westport High School.

William Brackett Snow, Jr., Stoneham High School.

Sumner Bailey Toye, Cambridge High and Latin School.

Frederic Ruggli Whitney, Watertown High School.

Bertram Williams, Middlesex School, Concord.

Each of the following schools prepared two or more of the candidates who passed with honor.

  Entered  Honor ListThe Country Day School,  15  6Phillips Exeter Academy,  37  6Cambridge High and Latin,  25  5Boston Latin School,  45  4Boston English School,  19  4St. Mark's School,  14  4Groton,  10  3Newton High,  9  3Milton Academy,  21