PROFESSOR P. T. CHERINGTON OF BUSINESS SCHOOL RESIGNS
Corporation Appoints New Lecturers and Assistants for Coming Year.
Paul T. Cherington has resigned his professorship of Marketing in the Graduate School of Business Administration at Harvard and his resignation has been accepted by the Corporation, to date from September 1, 1919. Professor Cherington is now acting as Secretary of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers, and his office is on State Street, Boston.
The following appointments have been made: Lecturers: Henry Maurice Sheffer, in Philosophy; Charles Howard Walker, in Architecture; Arthur Stone Dewing, on Corporation Finance; visiting lecturers: Professor H. O. Hormell, in Government; Malcolm C. Campbell, from Indiana, in Law; George C. Clancy, from Beloit, in English; director: Herbert Sidney Langfield, of Psychological Laboratory; Resident manager of the Harvard Union: David Mason Little, Jr.; Superintendent of Library: of the Business School: Cecil, Alured Ross; instructors: Norman W. Fradd, in Physical Training, ten months, from September 1, 1919; Paul Withington, in Physical Training; Aaron Paul Pratt, in Public Health Administration; Harry Linenthal, in Industrial Hygiene; Harry Elpert, in Physical Training, eight months, from October 1, 1919; Donald Kirk David, in Business; John Marks Brewer, in Education and Director of Bureau of Vocational Guidance; Bremer Whidden Pond, in Landscape Architecture; lecturers: Daniel Starch, on Advertising; Arthur Orlo Norton, on History of Education; Joseph Lee, Dept. of Education; instructors: Dr. Chan-Chan Tsoo, in Mathematics; William Prescott Bentley, in Metallurgy for ten months from September 1, 1919; Gordon M. Fair, in Industrial Hygiene; George Alonzo Mirick, in Education; Stephen Francis Hemblin, in Horticulture; Alfred Chester Hanford, in Municipal Government; Albert Haertlein, in Civil Engineering; assistants: Lewis Adams Maverick, in Education; Robert Winternitz, in Business; Robert Mathew Thomson, in Industrial Hygiene; Roger Bruce Johnson, in Civil Engineering; Austin Teaching Fellows: Henry Matthew Burlage, in Chemistry; Weld Arnold, in Astronomy; S. W. Chase, in Zoology; research fellow: Dr. Emmet K. Carver, (sent here by the National Research Council); investigator: Charles Hooper Paull, in the Bureau of Vocational Guidance.
The Buckley Scholarships for the year have been awarded to: Horace G. Killman, 1st year. Business School; J. Spencer Love, 2d year Business School; Bliss Scholarships: Henry B. Pierson, Bussey School Student; John Nelson Spaeth, Bussey School Student.
A scholarship of Free Tuition has been awarded to Adrien Capmal, licencie en droit, of the University of Montpellier.
University Scholarship to Frederick Stillman Kingsbury, School of Architecture.