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A special meeting of the Harvard overseers was held yesterday. President Eliot presented the vote of the president and fellows appointing Manuel J. Drennan assistant professor of English for five years. There was also presented a letter from the founder of the William and Samuel Eliot scholarship, asking that graduates and special students as well as members of the four college classes may be eligible to its benefits. Reports of the committees on government and mathematics, physics and chemistry, were presented and referred. The secretary offered a resolution that a professor emeritus is neither an officer of instruction nor government, and is therefore eligible to election as a member of the board of overseers, and if otherwise qualified is entitled to vote at the annual election of overseers. The resolution was referred to the committee on elections.

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