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Nominees for Board of Overseers.

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The following report has been made by the committee of the alumni of Harvard College appointed to suggest names for nomination to the Board of Overseers. There are five vacancies for the term of six years, to be filled on commencement day, namely: Mr. Charlemagne Tower, deceased, and Messrs. R. M. Hodges, C. R. Codman, H. W. Torrey and Henry Cabot Lodge. Of these only Messrs. Torrey and Lodge are eligible for re-election, and their names are again presented in addition to the following: Class of 1842, Stephen A. Phillips, Salem; '57, Solomon Lincoln, Boston; '58, Winslow Warren, Boston; '59, James A. Rumrill, Springfield; '63, George B. Shattuck, Boston; '64, Henry H. Sprague, Boston; '66, Edward S. Perkins, Boston; '67, Eliot S. Clarke, Boston; '68, Moses Williams, Boston; '69, Francis Rowle, Philadelphia; '71, William Sturgis Bigelow, Boston; '72, Edward H. Hutchins, Boston; '73, James F. Jackson, Fall River; Endicott Peabody, Groton; '81, Gardiner M. Lane, Cambridge.

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